Answer: Mr. Bodine
After the undersea explorers discover a safe in the wreck of the Titanic, Mr Bodine says this with delight to Brock who is also looking at the safe in astonishment. They believe that the necklace they are looking for, named The Heart of the Ocean, is in this safe.
Answer: Rose's father left them with a huge debt that needed to be paid.
Ruth wanted Rose to marry Cal because Rose's father had left them with a massive debt that they had no way to pay. The only way she could see them paying off the debt was for Rose to marry Cal.
After Titanic sunk, Jack told Rose to promise him that she would never let go. "I'll never let go. I'll never let go, Jack." He made her promise that she would go on living with her life even though it meant marrying another man and having children with them and that she would die an old woman warm in her bed. All the photographs of Rose that were seen earlier in the movie then made sense as we saw that she did fulfill that promise to Jack the night of the sinking.
From Quiz: Titanic
Answer: Locked in a safe
Searching through the wreckage of the largest passenger cruise liner then-built, a research crew, on the sea floor in their pressurized compartments, sends a probe out into the ship to search for artifacts both rare and hidden. When they somehow manage to unearth a safe hidden beneath a painting in the very first first-class apartment they stumble upon, research captain Brock Lovett is unreasonably disappointed with the results, later discovered, as it turns out, to be a perfectly-preserved image of a nude woman posing with 'The Heart of the Ocean', a valuable diamond necklace.
Somehow, this nude image from 1912, locked in a muddy vault for going onto a century, makes it onto the five o'clock news in perfect form and...get this...the subject of the painting, Rose, calls in (by satellite phone) to step forward.
Okay. So as if we haven't defied all odds yet, the actual Titanic story hasn't even started at this point. Rose opts to tell her story in full-- mainly for dramatic and nefarious reasons all her own. Sneaky, old woman.
Answer: Mr. Ismay
They are discussing Titanic's progress with Mr. Ismay questioning why the ship's final four boilers haven't been lit and commenting that he wants Titanic's maiden voyage to make headlines. Mr. Ismay is the President of the White Star Line, the company who owned Titanic.
In a later scene, the Captain announces that the last boilers have been lit. However, little does he know that his decision has now sealed Titanic's fate as the ship will not be able to turn fast enough to avoid the iceberg.
This is said by Jack and Rose when they dance in the third-class party. Jack had been to the first-class party after he saved Rose. Now he takes Rose to the third-class party to show her what a party and dance actually is. Rose says the first line when the music starts but she doesn't know the steps!
Answer: On the television
She sees an interview with Brock Lovett (Bill Paxton) where he is talking about the discovery of a drawing and she recognizes it.
From Quiz: Titanic
Jack Dawson (played by Leonardo DiCaprio) is a young, poor artist who makes an average of ten cents for each drawing he sells. Rose discovers that his sketchbook contains a a lot of sketches of naked women. Jack mentions, "this is one of the good things about Paris. A lot of the girls are willing to take their clothes off."
Answer: All of these officers
All the junior officers (third, fourth, fifth and sixth officer) have one stripe on the sleeves of their uniform (or as shoulder-strap on their long jacket). The second officer has one stripe and a little circle, the first officer has two stripes and a little circle, the chief officer has three stripes and a little circle and the captain (who's the first in command) has four stripes and a little circle.
Answer: Captain Smith
After the scene with Jack and Rose on the boat deck, we get to see Ruth, the mother of Rose, drinking tea with the Countess of Rothes. After Molly Brown has come to their table, they walk away to the boatdeck. We move directly to the conversation between Mr. Ismay and the Captain.
Bruce Ismay (Jonathan Hyde): "So you've not yet lit the last four boilers?"
Captain Smith (Bernard Hill): "No. I don't see the need. We are making excellent time."
Ismay: "The press knows the size of Titanic. Now I want to marvel at her speed. We must give them something new to print. This maiden voyage of Titanic must make headlines."
Smith: "Mr. Ismay, I would prefer not to push the engines until they've been properly run in."
Ismay: "Of course, I'm just a passenger. I leave it to your good offices to decide what's best. But what a glorious end to your final crossing if we were to get into New York on Tuesday night and surprise them all. Make the morning papers. Retire with a bang. Eh, E.J.? ... Good man."
Answer: Jack Dawson
This is a famous scene where Jack and Fabrizio are standing at the bow of the ship, where they're looking at the dolphins.
Jack Dawson (played by Leonardo DiCaprio) was a 20-year-old artist from Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin. Orphaned at the age of 15, he worked a variety of jobs. After a stint as a logger, he came to Santa Monica, California, where he drew portraits on the pier for 10 cents apiece. Working his way from place to place on tramp steamers and similar accomodations, he went to Paris where he studied art. Subsequently, he found himself able to return to his native land in the grandest style possible for one with no money: sailing on Titanic on a ticket he won in a poker game. (Source: www.titanicmovie.com)
Answer: Tug Boat
The "Titanic" was assisted by six tugs into the channel of the River Test, when it departed from Southampton, England.
Jack says this to Rose, right before they spit.
Brock wanted Rose, who is now an old woman, to tell him and the others on the ship of her experience on the Titanic. Brock is insistent that she tell them anything and she asks if he wants to hear her story or not. He nods to and she starts to tell the story of the Titanic from her eyes as she lived it.
After Cal found out from Lovejoy that Rose had gone to a party with Jack in third class, Cal informed her that she was going to honor him the way a wife was required to honor her husband despite the fact that she was still his fiancee.
Murdoch killed Tommy because he had been pushed from behind by passengers trying to escape the sinking of Titanic. After Fabrizio yelled at him for shooting Tommy, Murdoch then turned shot himself.
From Quiz: Titanic
Answer: The bow of the ship
As Rose tells it, Jack arrived on the ship in a bit of a rush, winning the tickets for the Titanic in a card game five minutes before the departure. Sure, the tickets were for third class (those cretins), but they were sending him to America.
As it turned out, Jack was an artist, and like any artist he had a flair for the dramatic it seemed. Standing on the bow of the ship with his friend Fabrizio he decided to swing to the very front of the ship while spying the dolphins out front and shout out "I'm the king of the world!" No drama there.
He would later bring Rose to this spot on the ship and make her close her eyes feel like she was flying. Maybe she was a bit naive. Maybe she was a bit seasick. Who knows?
Answer: Playing music on the Boat Deck
In this scene, the band finish playing a song and bid each other farewell. However, instead of leaving, the bandleader, Wallace Hartley, continues playing his violin. The other musicians then return and start playing alongside him.
Answer: Statue of Liberty
The line is said by Fabrizio when he boards the Titanic. Fabrizio is Jack Dawson's friend. We first see them gambling for the tickets on Titanic. Farizio dies when a ship funnel hits him. Titanic is setting sail for New York so Fabrizio says that he can already see the Statue of Liberty.
Answer: The ship of dreams
Rose starts telling her tale. She begins by saying that it has been eigthy-four years and she can still smell the fresh paint. She goes on to say that the china had never been used, the sheets had never been slept in. She then says that Titanic was called "The ship of dreams" whch she confirms.
From Quiz: Titanic
Answer: Sixth Officer Moody
First Officer Murdoch gives the order: "Note the time and enter it in the log." You can only see the officer, who has to carry out the order, from his back. But earlier in the movie, you saw that there was only one officer together with Murdoch. This officer answered the phone, just before the collision occured. And in this scene, you can see the officer's face. We recognize him as Sixth Officer Moody.
Answer: Jack Dawson
This quote comes from the scene where Jack is handcuffed in the master-at-arms office. Rose tries to save him with an axe.
Rose: "Will this work?"
Jack: "I guess we'll find out. Come on. Wait, try a couple of practice swings over there."
After the practice, she closes her eyes when she used the axe on the handcuffs. But she did manage to rescue Jack (for the first and last time).
Answer: Ruth DeWitt Bukater
This is the first thing she says in the movie. After stepping out the car, Cal says to her: "Your daughter is far too difficult to impress, Ruth!" She laughs and then looks at the ship: "So this is the ship they say is unsinkable!" Cal: "It is unsinkable! God himself couldn't sink this ship!"
Ruth DeWitt Bukater (played by Frances Fisher) was the mother of Rose. She was a society empress from one of the most socially prominent families in Philadelphia. After the death of her husband, her family fell on hard times, but she was determined to achieve financial salvation through her daughter's marriage to Caledon Hockley. A woman who ruled her household with an iron will, she was intolerant of Rose's rebellious nature, and found in Cal an ally in her efforts to control Rose. (Source: www.titanicmovie.com)
There are three main categories of lettuce: head, romaine and leaf. Iceberg is in the "head" category. It is also the heaviest variety of lettuce.
Answer: She wasn't called Molly
'Molly' was added when her life story was made into a Broadway play.