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Quiz about Titanic Quotes I
Quiz about Titanic Quotes I

'Titanic' Quotes I Trivia Quiz

For fill in the blank you must read the hint carefully: sometimes you must give first name or surname or both... Be on your guard!

A multiple-choice quiz by LDH. Estimated time: 9 mins.
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9 mins
Multiple Choice
Quiz #
Dec 03 21
# Qns
Avg Score
12 / 25
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Question 1 of 25
1. "I'm the king of the world!"

Answer: ( Two Words)
Question 2 of 25
2. "So this is the ship they say is unsinkable!"

Answer: (Three Words)
Question 3 of 25
3. "Titanic was called 'The Ship of Dreams'. And it was. It really was." Hint

Question 4 of 25
4. "Oh, Mother ... Shut up!" Hint

Question 5 of 25
5. "Take her to sea, Mr. Murdoch. Let's stretch her legs."

Answer: ( One Word ... surname only)
Question 6 of 25
6. "It's starting to fall apart. We don't have much time."

Answer: ( Two words, or just surname)
Question 7 of 25
7. "It will ensure our survival." Hint

Question 8 of 25
8. "Lower away! Left and right together! Steady! Both sides together!Steady! Steady! Steady! ... Hold the left side! Right side only! Right side only! Right side only! Hold the left side! Right side down! Lower away together! Steady, lads!" Hint

Question 9 of 25
9. "When can we get under way, damn it!"

Answer: ( Two words, or just surname)
Question 10 of 25
10. "What a lovely idea. I need to catch up on my gossip."

Answer: ( Two words, or just surname)
Question 11 of 25
11. "Women and children only! Stand back! Step back, sir. Come through, madam. This way. Step back, sir. Let the women through!" Hint

Question 12 of 25
12. "You know, I do believe this ship may sink." Hint

Question 13 of 25
13. "The boats are all gone." Hint

Question 14 of 25
14. "Sit down. Hey! Stay back, you lot! Just stay back! Stay back, the lot of you! Just stay back!" Hint

Question 15 of 25
15. "We are dressed in our best and are prepared to go down as gentlemen. But we would like a brandy." Hint

Question 16 of 25
16. "Hadn't we better get the women and children into the boats, sir?" Hint

Question 17 of 25
17. "Titanic will founder."

Answer: ( Two words, or just surname)
Question 18 of 25
18. "You make any money with your drawings?"

Answer: ( Two words, or just surname, or first name)
Question 19 of 25
19. "It is, yes, sir, hard over!" Hint

Question 20 of 25
20. "April 14, 1912." Hint

Question 21 of 25
21. For the last 5 questions, you have to fill in the missing word(s).
"Do you know of Dr Freud, Mr. Ismay? His ideas about the __________ might be of particular interest to you."

Answer: (Four words)
Question 22 of 25
22. "Cal insists on carting this ______ thing everywhere." Hint

Question 23 of 25
23. "Don't ______. I'll be all right."

Answer: (One Word)
Question 24 of 25
24. "She may be mine on paper. But in ________________ she belongs to Thomas Andrews."

Answer: (Four Words)
Question 25 of 25
25. Rose: "I love you, Jack."
Jack: "Don't you do that. Don't you say your goodbyes. Not yet, do you understand me?"
What does Rose say after this?

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Quiz Answer Key and Fun Facts
1. "I'm the king of the world!"

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:
2. "So this is the ship they say is unsinkable!"

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:
3. "Titanic was called 'The Ship of Dreams'. And it was. It really was."

Answer: Rose Calvert

Rose begins her story: "It's been 84 years. And I can still smell the fresh paint. The china had never been used. The sheets had never been slept in. Titanic was called 'The Ship of Dreams'. And it was. It really was."
Born July 4, 1910, Gloria Stuart had to endure two hours of aging makeup to play the 101-year-old Rose Calvert, a woman who claims to be a survivor of the Titanic disaster. Stuart starred in dozens of movies from 1930 until World War II, when she retired. Since the '40s, the Santa Monica-born Stuart has lead an extremely productive existence as an accomplished painter, collage artist, printer, gardener of bonsai, hostess, wife, mother, grandmother and world traveler. (Source:
Gloria Stuart was also nominated for the award 'Best Actress in a Supporting Role' in 1998.
4. "Oh, Mother ... Shut up!"

Answer: Rose DeWitt Bukater

Rose, Cal and Ruth are waiting for a boat at around 12:55am. Of course Ruth has to make a remark: "Will the lifeboats be seated according to class? I hope they're not too crowded." Rose knows the ship will sink and is annoyed by her mother: "Oh Mother, shut up! Don't you understand? The water is freezing and there aren't enough boats. Not enough by half. Half of the people on this ship are going to die." "Not the better half", says Cal apathetically.
Rose DeWitt Bukater (played by Kate Winslet) was born to one of the very best families in Philadelphia. She was a mere 17 years old when she became engaged to Caledon Hockley. Intelligent, poised, and beautiful, Rose had been schooled since childhood to be everything a young woman of society was expected to be. Rose's betrothal to Hockley, heir to a Pittsburgh steel fortune, was considered an admirable catch, a perfect pairing of wealth and social position. Yet her spirit rebelled against the rigid confines and expectations of Edwardian society controlling her destiny. (Source:
Kate Winslet was also nominated for the award 'Best Actress in a Leading Role' in 1998, together with Julie Christie (Afterglow), Judi Dench (Mrs. Brown) and Helena Bonham Carter (The Wings of the Dove). Helen Hunt (As Good As It Gets) eventually won the academy award.
(note: 'Titanic' received in total 14 academy award nominations and won 11 of these nominations. They are: Best Picture, Best Director (James Cameron), Cinematography, Art Direction-Set Decoration, Costume Design, Sound, Film Editing, Sound Effects Editing, Visual Effects, Best Song, Original Dramatic Score. The other three nominations which didn't win: Best Actress in a Leading Role (Kate Winslet-Rose DeWitt Bukater), Best Supporting Actress (Gloria Stuart-Old Rose) and Best Makeup. 'Titanic',1997 holds the record of most oscars won (11, together with 'Ben-Hur',1959 and 'Lord of the Rings: Return of the King',2003) and the most nominations (14, together with 'All About Eve',1950) ever to date.
5. "Take her to sea, Mr. Murdoch. Let's stretch her legs."

Answer: Smith

This is a famous quote of Captain Smith, also the first line he says in the movie. After Titanic had left Queenstown, the Captain comes to bridge and says to First Officer William Murdoch that he has to put the telegraph on full ahead. Murdoch walks to the wheelhouse and says to Sixth Officer James Moody: "All ahead full!". "Very good, sir!" was the young officer's answer. Captain Edward John Smith (played by Bernard Hill) joined the White Star Line in 1880 and remained with the company for the rest of his life. Popular with his crews as well as his passengers, Smith was widely regarded as a charming, personable officer.

He became the captain of choice for many of the rich and powerful in the transatlantic set, earning the nickname "the millionaire's captain". Through most of his long career, he had never been involved, as he recounted in 1907, "in an accident of any sort worth speaking about. I never saw a wreck and have never been wrecked, nor was I ever in any predicament that threatened to end in disaster of any sort." White Star had made it virtually a tradition to have Smith in command on the maiden voyages of its important ships.

At the conclusion of Titanic's maiden voyage, Captain Smith was scheduled to retire in glory. (Source:
6. "It's starting to fall apart. We don't have much time."

Answer: Cal Hockley

When Cal gets to Lifeboat 15, he has no luck because it's already being lowered. His valet, Spicer Lovejoy, tells him to stay with Murdoch. Cal notices that Lifeboat 15 almost collides with Lifeboat 13 and when he hears also gunshots at the other side of the ship, he knows that there's not much time left and that he has to make sure he could get in a lifeboat. Caledon Hockley (played by Billy Zane) was the 30-year-old scion of a wealthy Pittsburgh steel family. Handsome, self-confident, rich beyond meaning, he aspired to sophistication and insisted on propriety.

He found in Rose DeWitt Bukater a suitable young woman to fill the role of wife in his aristocratic future, and he presented her to his peers with the pride of ownership, basking in others' reaction to her beauty and her pedigree.

As a wedding present for her, he purchased one of the largest and most valuable diamonds in the world, the legendary blue stone once worn by Louis XVI known as the Coeur de la Mer - the Heart of the Ocean. (Source:
7. "It will ensure our survival."

Answer: Ruth

Ruth tries to convince her daughter to marry with Cal. She reminds Rose that there's no money left: "You know the money's gone." Rose: "Of course I know it's gone. You remind me every day." Ruth: "Your father left us nothing but a legacy of bad debts hidden by a good name. That name is the only card we have to play. I don't understand you.

It's a fine match with Hockley, it will insure our survival." Rose: "How can you put this on my shoulders?" Ruth: " Why are you being so selfish?" "I'm being selfish?", replies Rose.

She can't understand that her mother tells her which person she has to marry with. Frances Fisher (Ruth DeWitt Bukater) is best known for her role as Strawberry Alice in the Oscar-winning "Unforgiven" as well as her incarnation of Lucille Ball in the CBS movie "Lucy & Desi: Before the Laughter". Fisher recently starred in the independent film "Female Perversions" and "Wild America", co-starring Jonathan Taylor Thomas and Jamey Sheridan. (For more information about this actress:
8. "Lower away! Left and right together! Steady! Both sides together!Steady! Steady! Steady! ... Hold the left side! Right side only! Right side only! Right side only! Hold the left side! Right side down! Lower away together! Steady, lads!"

Answer: First Officer Murdoch

Murdoch lowers the first boat on the starboard side at about 12:45am. It's filled with 28 people aboard. Standard Lifeboat 7 has a capacity of 65! In the movie, we can see that there are problems with the lowering of the lifeboats. One side of the boat is not lowered for a few seconds, so the boat hangs diagonally. First Officer William Murdoch (played by Ewan Stewart) is portrayed as a coward, who in one scene accepted a cash bribe to ensure a male passenger room on a lifeboat.

He is shown flung into the crowd of fleeing passengers and finally turning the revolver on himself.

This is a totally inaccurate and unfair description of events and depicts William Murdoch as a weak and corrupt officer. James Cameron took many liberty's in his assumptions of British Officers.

The Merchant Navy Officers considered themselves to be part of a great British maritime tradition. Indeed many were Royal Naval Reserve Officers. Despite Mr. Cameron taking liberty's in twisting stories and documented history, Titanic, the movie, stands as a wonderful work of fiction with some mind blowingly beautiful sets.
9. "When can we get under way, damn it!"

Answer: Bruce Ismay

When Captain Smith and Thomas Andrews are talking about the damage of the ship, Mr. Ismay thinks there's no problem at all. They've just struck an iceberg, but who cares? All he wants is to start the engines again, even with water in her bow. But when Thomas Andrews comes to the conclusion that the ship will sink we hear Mr. Ismay saying: "But this ship can't sink!" But Andrews knows that all ships can sink, even the "unsinkable" Titanic. J. Bruce Ismay (played by Jonathan Hyde) was the 50-year-old Managing Director of White Star Line.

He was one of the most powerful men in the shipping industry. Son of Thomas H. Ismay, who founded the line in 1869, Joseph Bruce Ismay had ascended to the management of the company with his brothers by the turn of the century.

In 1902, the American financier J. Pierpont Morgan, who was buying shipping companies for his enormous International Mercantile Marine (IMM) trust, negotiated the purchase of White Star Line. J. Bruce Ismay alone of his family remained with the company.

In 1907, in response to the competition posed by rival Cunard Line's new mammoth liners Lusitania and Mauretania, Ismay conceived of a trio of even larger, grander and more luxuriant ships that would re-assert White Star's dominance of the lucrative and prestigious transatlantic trade. Titanic was the second of this trio. Ismay sailed on her maiden voyage, confident that Titanic represented the triumph of his career. (Source:
10. "What a lovely idea. I need to catch up on my gossip."

Answer: Molly Brown

Ruth and the Countess of Rothes are drinking tea and are talking about the purpose of a university, when suddenly Mrs. Brown comes to their table. "Hello girls, I was hoping I'd catch you at tea." Because Molly is "new money" Ruth says: "We're awfully sorry, you missed it.

The Countess and I were just off to take the air on the boat deck." Molly replies with this stunning quote. Mrs. Margaret "Molly" Brown (played by Kathy Bates) was the wife of a Colorado mining millionaire. Intelligent though self-taught -- she spoke several languages -- she was a plain-spoken woman without background in high society, who was generally shunned by the socialites of Denver.

When Titanic was sinking, she was evacuated in Lifeboat #6, under the command of Quartermaster Hichens. Having been at the wheel of Titanic when she struck the iceberg, Hichens was completely unnerved and directed the boat away from the sinking ship as fast as possible.

He was terrified that they would be swamped by the suction as the ship went down, or overwhelmed by swimmers desperate to be saved. Mrs. Brown and several more women wanted to return to help save others, but they were overruled by Hichens' bullying and by the frightened silence of the majority of the lifeboat's passengers.

As Hichens' fears became less and less rational, Mrs. Brown effectively took over command of the boat and persuaded the women to help with the rowing. Her heroism and selflessness during the disaster was much talked about afterwards and earned her the moniker "The Unsinkable Molly Brown".
11. "Women and children only! Stand back! Step back, sir. Come through, madam. This way. Step back, sir. Let the women through!"

Answer: Second Officer Lightoller

Rose and Jack are waiting for a boat (probably Lifeboat 2 or Collapsible D) with Tommy and Fabrizio. Second Officer Lightoller allows only women and children into the boats and even shoots with his gun in the air. Rose knows that Jack can't join her in the boat and doesn't want to leave him until Cal shows up.

He convinces Rose that Jack will be saved and she finally boards the lifeboat. But in the boat she realizes that Cal could be lying and she jumps off the lifeboat. Second Officer Charles Lightoller (played by Jonathan Phillips) was very much the popular image of a steamship officer. Tall, sun-bronzed, handsome, and with a deep, pleasant speaking voice. Lightoller was a good officer and an outstanding seaman (Daniel Allen Butler, "Unsinkable" The Full Story of the RMS Titanic, page 46). Lightoller's image was tarnished somewhat in the movie with Jonny Phillips playing Lightoller as a "strutting martinet" who was extremely arrogant.
12. "You know, I do believe this ship may sink."

Answer: Spicer Lovejoy

Spicer Lovejoy (Cal's valet) had to keep an eye on Jack in the master-at-arms office. After a while, Jack sees the water coming up in the window. Lovejoy is about to leave, but first he gives Jack a smack in his stomach with the "compliments of Mr. Caledon Hockley". Spicer Lovejoy (played by David Warner) was valet and bodyguard to Caledon Hockley. An ex-Pinkerton with a background in railroad security, his job was to keep Cal out of trouble and protect the family name.

In the course of his duties, he was ready to use whatever means necessary, including the threat of physical force, to prevent anyone from interfering with his employer.

In his 35-year career, David Warner has worked with some of the leading directors in film, including John Frankenheimer, Sidney Lumet, Richard Donner, Joseph Losey, Alain Resnais, Terry Gilliam and, on three occasions, Sam Peckinpah.

In television, he won an Emmy for Best Supporting Actor in the mini-series "Masada". Warner is a founding member of the Royal Shakespeare Company, where he played many leads including "Hamlet" and "Richard II". (For more information about this actor:
13. "The boats are all gone."

Answer: Fabrizio

Fabrizio had the chance of taking a look outside. There he could see that most of the boats were lowered. When he meets Jack he tells him that the boats are all gone. Jack knows that they have to hurry and he tries to find an exit with Rose, Fabrizio and Tommy. Fabrizio De Rossi (played by Danny Nucci) was a young Italian, about 20, with dreams of finding success and happiness in America.

A good friend of Jack Dawson's, he was playing poker in a Southampton pub on the morning of April 10, 1912, with Jack and two brothers from Sweden.

At 11:55 AM, Jack won the last hand, cleaning out the Swedes of everything including two third class tickets to New York on Titanic... which was casting off in precisely 5 minutes. He and Jack considered themselves the luckiest men in the world. (Source:
14. "Sit down. Hey! Stay back, you lot! Just stay back! Stay back, the lot of you! Just stay back!"

Answer: Fifth Officer Lowe

In this scene we can see Fifth Officer Lowe in Lifeboat 14, trying to prevent the passengers of getting in the boat. While the boat was being lowered, Lowe even shoots three times in the air. Harold Lowe (played by Ioan Gruffudd) was just 28 years old when he became Fifth Officer onboard RMS Titanic.

The Maiden Voyage of the Great Liner was also the young Welshman's first crossing of the Atlantic. At the time of the collision with the iceberg, Lowe was asleep in his quarters. Upon hearing voices he dressed and made his way to the bridge where the news of the incident was discovered. Later, as he worked the davits on Lifeboat No.5, he was approached by a gentleman who proceeded to chant "Lower away, lower away!", Lowe instantly stood and screamed at the man "If you'll get the hell out of the way, I'll be able to do something!, you want me to lower away quickly? You'll have me drown the lot of them!" To this, and without a word, the male slowly walked forward to Lifeboat No.3. Unknown to Officer Lowe, the gentleman who he so hastily scolded, was none other than Mr. Bruce Ismay, President of the White Star Line.

It was Lowe who returned to the area where Titanic sank to look for survivors (the only boat to do so) where upon 4 men were plucked from the wreckage. In the movie, Rose is also rescued by Officer Lowe (she blew the whistle a lot of times).
15. "We are dressed in our best and are prepared to go down as gentlemen. But we would like a brandy."

Answer: Benjamin Guggenheim

When Guggenheim is offered a lifebelt, but he refuses it. He would rather go down in his best clothes than in a silly lifebelt. Benjamin Guggenheim (played by Michael Ensign) was a well known millionaire industrialist, father of three, and notorious playboy. Travelling with his latest mistress, the French singer Leontine Aubart (played by Fannie Brett), Guggenheim, 47 at the time, was the epitome of a first class passenger. Often spending months abroad while managing various investments, Guggenheim lived an unbelievably lavish lifestyle. Most of his money had come from his iron baron father, Meyer Guggenheim. Benjamin never showed the monetary prowse that had made such a giant out of his father.

He squandered over 8 million dollars on bad investments, and left his three children with only $450,000 each. (not exactly small change in 1912, but a tiny fraction of the original fortune) As the ship sank, he and his valet returned their lifebelts to a steward and retired to Guggenheim's luxurious cabin, where they donned formal evening attire. Reportedly, after seeing to the safe departure of his mistress and her maid in a lifeboat, Guggenheim and his valet sat in chairs on the tilting deck, sipping brandy and smoking cigars as the ship sank.
16. "Hadn't we better get the women and children into the boats, sir?"

Answer: Second Officer Lightoller

When the boats are swung out, Lightoller walks to the Captain to ask if they could start with the loading of the lifeboats. Captain Smith, who is clearly touched, answers with "Women and children first, yes." Lightoller follows this rule with almost no exceptions (he did allow one male passenger in a boat, because it was poorly manned). Jonny Phillips (who plays Second Officer Lightoller) is a very talented actor who was trained at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts in London.

He created an unforgetable character in Titanic.

However, there was one moment when it seemed that perhaps he brought too much of his theatre background into the part. When he asked the passengers to step towards him, his theatrically outstretched arms made it seem as though he was working the ship deck like a stage.

However, if you read the biography of C.H. Lightoller, you will appreciate Jonny's performance even more here. Jonny captured Lightoller's lionheartedness, entrepreneurial spirit and officer's resolution. An unusual character for sure, brought into focus with Jonny's highly technical and instinctual style. (Source:
17. "Titanic will founder."

Answer: Thomas Andrews

Captain Smith, Andrews and Ismay come into the bridge with a map of Titanic. There is water in 5 compartments. The ship can stay afloat with 4 compartments breached, but not five. Smith asks if the pumps will help, but Andrews knows that they could only extend time with minutes. From that moment they could do no more. That's when he said: "Titanic will founder". Thomas Andrews (played by Victor Garber), then aged 39, was the Managing Director of Harland & Wolff Shipyards, nephew of Lord Pirrie (Harland & Wolff's chairman), and one of Titanic's main designers.

A tireless workaholic, he had supervised every detail of the ship's construction and outfitting, and was the world's foremost expert on every aspect of her. He sailed on Titanic with a hand-picked team of seven experts, the Harland & Wolff "guarantee group", who spent most of the voyage trouble-shooting last-minute problems and perfecting the finishing of this, the company's greatest creation. Andrews himself brought along Titanic's complete blue-prints, and worked practically non-stop on the voyage, carrying a notebook everywhere, making notes about imperfections and ideas for improvements.

He was, for instance, concerned that the coat-hooks were attached to the walls with an unsightly number of screws, which he intended to change. (Source:
18. "You make any money with your drawings?"

Answer: Tommy Ryan

When Jack and Fabrizio are on the poopdeck, they meet Tommy Ryan (played by Jason Barry), an Irish man. Jack is drawing a man with his daughter, when Tommy asks this. But Jack doesn't answer, because he sees Rose (for the first time).
Jason Barry was born on April 10, 1975 and is engaged to Nicola Henderson. He's sometimes credited as Jason Barry Raine. He appeared in the movies "O Mary This Londen", "Circle of Friends", "Snitch", "Monument Ave", ... In the movie, Tommy Ryan is shot by First Officer Murdoch. There is no evidence at all that an officer fired at a person.
19. "It is, yes, sir, hard over!"

Answer: Sixth Officer Moody

When the iceberg is sighted by lookout Frederick Fleet, he telephoned the bridge with the message "Iceberg, right ahead!" Sixth Officer James Moody reported to First Officer William Murdoch the same message. Murdoch cried to the helmsman "Hard to starboard!" and then he ran the engines full astern.

After this, he kept looking at the iceberg, hoping that the ship will turn in time. In the crow's nest, lookout Fleet is also worried: "Why aren't they turning?" At the bridge, Murdoch asks "Is it hard over?", Moody answers with "It is, yes, sir, hard over!" Within a few seconds the ship struck the iceberg on the starboard side. Sixth Officer James Moody (played by Edward Fletcher) was born in England on the 21st August 1887.

In 1911, at the age of 23, he joined the White Star Line and was assigned to the giddy splendour of Oceanic II. Among Oceanic II's officers at that time were a certain Charles Lightoller and David Blair, and together with James Moody, the three men would all soon be receiving telegrams from the White Star Line informing them of their new posting, aboard the largest liner in the world: Titanic. James Moody received a telegram from the White Star Line informing him to report to the company's Liverpool offices on the morning of March 26th, 1912, from where he would travel to Harland & Wolff's yard at Belfast, where Titanic was in the last stages of her fitting-out.

The day of her sea trials, April 1st, was also fast approaching. Accompanying Moody on the trip to Belfast were Titanic's other three junior officers, Herbert Pitman, Joseph Boxhall and Harold Lowe. On the night of April 14th, Moody was on duty on the bridge, together with First Officer William Murdoch. At just before 11.40pm, the chilling sound of the lookout's bell being rung three times could be heard on the bridge, and only a second or two later, the telephone on the bridge started to ring. Moody was by now an experienced seaman, and he knew instinctively that the three bells meant danger, and when he answered the telephone, he didn't bother exchanging pleasantries with Frederick Fleet, the lookout who had first spotted the iceberg. "What do you see?" asked Moody. "Iceberg right ahead!" answered Fleet in the crow's nest. "Thank you" said Moody, and replaced the telephone, and almost at the same time, he repeated Fleet's warning to First Officer Murdoch. Not long before 1.30pm, Fifth Officer Lowe and Sixth Officer Moody had a quick conversation, the eventual outcome of which was the difference between life and death. Lowe pointed-out to Moody that he'd sent a handful of lifeboats away into the night without a single officer aboard them, and suggested that it would be advisable to have an officer in the next boat they loaded, No.14. Moody sealed his own fate when he heroically told Lowe to board the lifeboat, and that he would find one later. But he never found one and died in the sinking. (For more information about this officer:
20. "April 14, 1912."

Answer: Lizzy Calvert

This is said when Brock Lovett (played by Bill Paxton) is talking about Hockley, the Heart of the Ocean and the drawing of Rose. When he asks: "You see the date?", Lizzy looks at the drawing and says "April 14, 1912", the day when the drawing was made by Jack Dawson.
Lizzy Calvert (played by Suzy Amis) is the grand-daughter of Rose Calvert, the 101-year-old woman who claims to be a survivor of Titanic. Lizzy takes care for her grandmother and calls her 'Nana'.
She listens to the story of Rose together with all the researchers including Brock Lovett and Lewis Bodine (played by Lewis Abernathy). Suzy Amis (Lizzy Calvert) starred in the acclaimed thriller "The Usual Suspects" opposite Gabriel Byrne. Her other feature credits include "Twister", "Fandango", "The Big Town", "Where the heart is", "The Ballad of Little Jo", "Two small bodies" and "Blown away". She will next co-star with Howie Long and Scott Glenn in the action adventure "Firestorm". An acclaimed stage actress, Amis received a Theater World Award for her stage debut in "Fresh Horses". (Source:
21. For the last 5 questions, you have to fill in the missing word(s). "Do you know of Dr Freud, Mr. Ismay? His ideas about the __________ might be of particular interest to you."

Answer: male preoccupation with size

In this scene Rose, Cal and Ruth are lunching with Bruce Ismay, Thomas Andrews and Molly Brown. Molly asks who thought of the name "Titanic" and Mr. Ismay tells her that he wanted to convey sheer size. Rose has to make a remark and tells him of Dr. Freud.

After she's gone, Molly says to Cal: "She's a pistol, Cal. I hope you can handle her." Cal: "Well I may have to start minding what she reads from now on, won't I, Mrs. Brown?" Ismay clearly didn't know a Dr Freud: "Freud, who is he? Is he a passenger?" Kate Winslet (Rose DeWitt Bukater) first received international acclaim for her performance in Peter Jackson's "Heavenly Creatures", in which she starred as a teenage girl whose intense relationship with an equally imaginative school friend leads to murder.

Her promise was confirmed with her performance as the impetuous Marianne in Ang Lee's "Sense and Sensibility", opposite Emma Thompson, for which she won a SAG and BAFTA award for Best Supporting Actress and an Academy Award nomination, all in 1996. (For more information about this actress:
22. "Cal insists on carting this ______ thing everywhere."

Answer: hideous

When Jack and Rose are in the first class cabin (Parlour Suite), Rose wants to show Jack the necklace. When she opens the safe, she says this quote. And Jack asks: "Should we be expecting him anytime soon?" Rose: "Not as long as the cigars and brandy hold out." After this scene, Jack will begin with the drawing of Rose. Billy Zane (Cal Hockley) recently starred with Gina Gershon in "This World, Then the Fireworks", a film noir based on a Jim Thompson novella, a project he also co-produced.

His feature film credits also include "The Phantom", "Demon Knight: Tales From the Crypt", "Only you", "Head above water", "Orlando", "Blood and Concrete: A Love Story", "Memphis Belle", "Back to the future", "Posse" and "Tombstone". Zane received international acclaim for his riveting debut performance in the thriller "Dead Calm", co-starring Sam Neill and Nicole Kidman. (Source:
23. "Don't ______. I'll be all right."

Answer: worry

When Jack and Rose are making love in the Renault of William Carter, Rose says: "You're trembling." Jack answers: "Don't worry. I'll be all right." They give eachother a kiss and Jack puts his head on Rose's chest. Leonardo DiCaprio (Jack Dawson) began his acting career at age 14, appearing in commercials and educational films.

He soon moved into parts on episodic television, including a role on "Growing Pains" in the popular serie's last season. He also appeared in the short film "The Foot Shooting Party", released by Touchstone Pictures. (For more information about this actor: or visit the Official Leonardo DiCaprio website at
24. "She may be mine on paper. But in ________________ she belongs to Thomas Andrews."

Answer: the eyes of God

This line is said by Bruce Ismay, at the dinner scene. "She may be mine on paper. But in the eyes of God she belongs to Thomas Andrews. He knows every rivet in here. Don't you, Thomas?" Rose adds something: "Your ship is a wonder, Mr. Andrews, truly." Andrews: "Thank you, Rose." Jonathan Hyde's (Bruce Ismay) film credits include "Anaconda", "Jumanji", "Richie Rich" and Derek Jarman's "Caravaggio".

His television credits include Edward Marshall Hall in the BBC series "Shadow of the Noose". The acclaimed classical actor has appeared in numerous roles with the Royal National Theatre, the Royal Shakespeare Company and Glasgow's Citizens Theatre.

He has starred in over 40 main house productions for these and other companies. (Source:
25. Rose: "I love you, Jack." Jack: "Don't you do that. Don't you say your goodbyes. Not yet, do you understand me?" What does Rose say after this?

Answer: "I'm so cold"

This is a famous scene at the end of the movie, where Jack and Rose are hanging in the cold water on a piece of debris. After Rose says she's so cold, Jack continues: "Listen Rose, you're gonna get out of here. You're gonna go on, and you're gonna make lots of babies and you're gonna watch them grow. You're going to die an old lady warm in her bed.

Not here, not this night, not like this, do you understand me?" Rose: "I can't feel my body." Jack: "Winning that ticket Rose was the best thing that ever happened to me.

It brought me to you and I'm thankful for that Rose. I'm thankful. You must do me this honor... promise me that you will survive... that you will never give up... no matter what happens... no matter how hopeless... promise me now Rose, and never let go of that promise." Rose: "I promise." Jack: "Never let go." Rose: "I promise. I will never let go, Jack. I'll never let go." This was the last question of the quiz. I hope you learned something more about this movie (the actors and the real persons on board of Titanic) and that you've enjoyed playing this quiz.
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