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The movie, A Night To Remember: The Sinking Of The Titanic, was the first film to focus on this tragic event. It includes rarely seen, vintage footage covering the building and launching of this famous passenger liner which makes this first of movie of the sinking of the Titantic quite interesting. As the story goes, the H.M.S. Titanic set sail to New York on its first and final voyage on April 9, 1912. No one could have ever imagined the great tragedy that was about to strike this White Star luxory liner on her first voyage. After only five days of travel, the ship struck an iceberg in the frigid North Atlantic waters and within hours descended to the deepest depths of the ocean on April 12, 1912. A lack of enough suitable lifeboats capable of carrying the crew and passengers doomed over 1,500 souls to an early and icy grave. This movie was based on the book of the same name written by Walter Lord. Starring Kenneth More, Ronald Allen and Robert Ayers among others. Full screen in black and white. Released in 1958. Runtime 123 minutes.