A Night to Remember

The night the unsinkable sank

Categories: Drama, Action, History
The sinking of the Titanic is presented in a highly realistic fashion in this tense British drama. The disaster is portrayed largely from the perspective of the ocean liner's second officer, Charles Lightoller. Despite numerous warnings about ice, the ship sails on, with Capt. Edward John Smith keeping it going at a steady clip. When the doomed vessel finally hits an iceberg, the crew and passengers discover that they lack enough lifeboats, and tragedy follows.
















Status: Released IMDb
Release date: 1958-07-03
Run time: 123 minute / 2:3
Budget: $1,680,000
Director: Roy Ward Baker
Writer: Eric Ambler
Production Company : The Rank Organisation
Production Country: United Kingdom





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Kenneth More
as Second Officer Charles Herbert Lightoller
Ronald Allen
as Mr. Clarke
Robert Ayres
as Maj. Arthur Peuchen
Honor Blackman
as Mrs. Liz Lucas
Anthony Bushell
as Capt. Arthur Rostron
John Cairney
as Mr. Murphy
Jill Dixon
as Mrs. Clarke
Jane Downs
as Mrs. Sylvia Lightoller
James Dyrenforth
as Col. Archibald Gracie
Michael Goodliffe
as Thomas Andrews
Kenneth Griffith
as Wireless Operator John 'Jack' Phillips
Harriette Johns
as Lady Richard
Frank Lawton
as Chairman J. Bruce Ismay
Richard Leech
as First Officer William Murdoch
David McCallum
as Assistant Wireless Operator Harold Bride
Alec McCowen
as Wireless Operator Harold Thomas Cottam
Tucker McGuire
as Mrs. Margaret 'Molly' Brown
John Merivale
as Robbie Lucas
Ralph Michael
as Mr. Yates
Laurence Naismith
as Capt. Edward John Smith
Russell Napier
as Capt. Stanley Lord
Redmond Phillips
as Mr. Hoyle
George Rose
as Chief Baker Charles Joughin
Joseph Tomelty
as Dr. William O'Loughlin
Patrick Waddington
as Sir Richard
Jack Watling
as Fourth Officer Joseph Boxhall
Geoffrey Bayldon
as Wireless Operator Cyril Evans
Michael Bryant
as Sixth Officer James Moody
Cyril Chamberlain
as Quartermaster George Thomas Rowe
Richard Clarke
as Gallagher
Bee Duffell
as Mrs. Farrell
Harold Goldblatt
as Benjamin Guggenheim
Gerald Harper
as 3rd Officer - Carpathia
Richard Hayward
as Victualling Officer
Thomas Heathcote
as Steward
Danuta Karell
as Polish Mother
Andrew Keir
as 2nd Engineer Officer John Henry Hesketh
Christina Lubicz
as Polish Girl
Barry MacGregor
as Apprentice James Gibson
Edward Malin
as Dining Saloon Steward
Patrick McAlinney
as Mr. James Farrell
Helen Misener
as Mrs. Ida Straus
Mary Monahan
as Kate
Howard Pays
as Fifth Officer Harold Lowe
Philip Ray
as Reverend Anderson
Harold Siddons
as Second Officer Herbert Stone
Julian Somers
as Mr. Bull - Man on Train
Tim Turner
as Third Officer Charles Groves
Meier Tzelniker
as Mr. Isador Straus
Alexis Chesnakov
as Passenger (uncredited)
Desmond Llewelyn
as Seaman at Steerage Gate (uncredited)
Marianne Stone
as Stewardess (uncredited)
Stuart Wagstaff
as Titanic Steward (Uncredited)
Camera
Geoffrey Unsworth Director of Photography

Sound
Harry Miller Sound Editor

Costume & Make-Up
Yvonne Caffin Costume Design

Sound
William Alwyn Original Music Composer
Muir Mathieson Conductor

Directing
Roy Ward Baker Director

Writing
Eric Ambler Screenplay

Editing
Sidney Hayers Editor

Writing
Walter Lord Novel

Production
William MacQuitty Producer
Earl St. John Executive Producer

Directing
Robert Asher Assistant Director

Art
Alex Vetchinsky Art Direction

Production
Jack Hanbury Production Manager

Crew
Arthur Alcott Production Controller

Sound
Gordon K. McCallum Sound Recordist

Costume & Make-Up
W.T. Partleton Makeup Artist

Camera
Mike Fox Clapper Loader

Art
Len Townsend Set Dresser

Camera
David Harcourt Camera Operator

Sound
Geoffrey Daniels Sound Recordist

Crew
Bill Warrington Special Effects

Costume & Make-Up
Pauline Trent Hairdresser

Directing
Penny Daniels Continuity
Maurice Gibson Second Assistant Director





















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