The captain of the Titanic was Edward J. Smith, who perished in the disaster
It is not a myth. It was an actual event that happened in 1912. Many people died when the boat sunk, and when they froze to death. The movie is fake. But the event is real.
No. It was not a real diamond that was used in the titanic movie.
1,514 people died in the RMS Titanic disaster. April 15, 1912.
If you are referring to (Titanic) Rose survived the disaster, but her love interest, Jack did not, he slipped off a rope, well went under the water. Neither of these were real people, just fictional characters set in the backdrop of the major Marine disaster.
The Titanic was a real maritime disaster in April of 1912. It had no 'author'.
Titanic was nonfiction because the sinking was a real event.
The key Titanic disaster was the ONLY Titanic disaster. Her sinking in the North Atlantic Ocean.
Yes look on netflix The Titanic was real. The movie was Hollywood and based on the disaster but not real or even close to real...all made up by a producer.
Certainly, the Titanic disaster of l9l2.
yes the titanic was a man-made disaster.
The Titanic was real ship and it is a real story but certain fiction works have been made about it since its disaster
Before his death in the Titanic disaster, Captain Edward J. Smith resided in Southampton, England, which was where the Titanic began its maiden voyage
Yes, this event is real :) The shipwreck lies on the bottom of the North Atlantic ocean.
No. It was based on a real disaster where a ship called the Titanic hit an ice burg and a lot of people died, but the characters in the film are entirely fictional.
No. The film Titanic was a fictional account of fictional people based around an actual event.
No, an iceberg sunk the Titanic.