A Night to Remember 1958 vs Titanic 1997

This video covers the vast similarities between the two movies. I don’t want to point the finger at James Cameron and accuse him of copying Roy Baker’s work, but after viewing this short documentary, it becomes extremely difficult not to.





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ALTERNATE IMMUNE-TO-CENSORSHIP VERSION

UPDATE!
May 2015

This video, which had been previously blocked worldwide for reasons unknown to me, has recently resurfaced on YouTube (also for reasons unknown) in a limited fashion. It went from blocked worldwide to blocked in some countries. So, depending on where you are you may be able to view the YouTube version if you wish. If it does not work for you, I still have the alternate version streaming directly from my own server. Pick your poison. Thanks for visiting. πŸ™‚

~LK




Nov 2014

So after a year and a half and nearly 400,000 views Fox and Paramount suddenly decided this video was in copyright violation and YouTube, in typical fashion, quickly soiled their pants and rushed to have it taken down. This film joins the stack of several other videos of mine that have perished on YouTube for no apparent reason and rather than leave it in the proverbial media graveyard, it will stream exclusively on this site for Titanic fans to continue to enjoy, as such incessant hypocrisy and senseless censorship does not exist here. Feel free to share it and continue all your Titanic conversations (battles?) below.

~LK




This is a project I took on after recently viewing A Night to Remember for the first time. As I sat back and watched this excellent film, I took immediate notice to the giant handful of things this movie shares in common with the iconic Titanic from 1997. James Cameron’s masterpiece closely follows several scenes from the 1958 classic, so much that it seems to be a full-fledged remake at times.

This video covers the vast similarities between the two movies. I don’t want to point the finger at Cameron and accuse him of copying Roy Baker’s work, but after viewing this short documentary, it becomes extremely difficult not to.