Unhappily married, Julia Sturges decides to go to America with her two children on the Titanic. Her husband, Richard also arranges passage on the luxury liner so as to have custody of their two children. All this fades to insignificance once the ship hits an iceberg.

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Film Cast:

  • Richard Ward Sturges: Clifton Webb
  • Julia Sturges: Barbara Stanwyck
  • Gifford “Giff” Rogers: Robert Wagner
  • Annette Sturges: Audrey Dalton
  • Maude Young: Thelma Ritter
  • Capt. Edward John Smith: Brian Aherne
  • George S. Headley: Richard Basehart
  • Earl Meeker: Allyn Joslyn
  • Sandy Comstock: James Todd
  • Madeleine Astor: Frances Bergen
  • John Jacob Astor: William Johnstone
  • Woman to Whom Norman Gave His Seat (uncredited): Mae Marsh
  • Lifeboat Survivor (uncredited): Frank McLure
  • Passenger (uncredited): Bert Stevens
  • End Narrator (Voice): Michael Rennie
  • Messenger Boy (uncredited): Hamilton Camp
  • Norman Sturges (uncredited): Harper Carter
  • Ida Strauss: Helen Van Tuyl
  • Boiler Room Engineer (uncredited): Harry Cording
  • Ship’s Tailor (uncredited): David Hoffman
  • Steward (uncredited): Owen McGiveney
  • Devlin – Lookout (uncredited): James O’Hara
  • Second Officer Lightoller (uncredited): Edmund Purdom
  • Steward (uncredited): Cosmo Sardo
  • Mrs. Jean Uzcadum (uncredited): Marta Mitrovich
  • Sanderson – White Star Representative (uncredited): Anthony Eustrel
  • College Girl (uncredited): Merry Anders
  • Seaman (uncredited): Rudy Germane
  • Passenger (uncredited): Philo McCullough
  • Passenger (uncredited): Hans Moebus
  • Waiter (uncredited): Alberto Morin
  • Passenger (uncredited): Loretta Russell
  • Passenger (uncredited): Chalky Williams

Film Crew:

  • Editor: Louis R. Loeffler
  • Art Direction: Lyle R. Wheeler
  • Producer: Charles Brackett
  • Screenplay: Walter Reisch
  • Director: Jean Negulesco
  • Original Music Composer: Sol Kaplan
  • Director of Photography: Joseph MacDonald
  • Screenplay: Richard L. Breen
  • Assistant Director: Henry Weinberger
  • Art Direction: Maurice Ransford
  • Poem: A.E. Housman

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