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Director: James Cameron (Dir)
Release Date:   19 Dec 1997
Premiere Information:   New York and Los Angeles opening: 19 Dec 1997
Duration (in mins):   194 or 197
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Cast:   Leonardo DiCaprio (Jack Dawson)  
    Kate Winslet (Rose Dewitt Bukater)  
    Billy Zane (Cal Hockley)  
    Kathy Bates (Molly Brown)  
    Frances Fisher (Ruth Dewitt Bukater)  
    Gloria Stuart (Old Rose)  
    Bill Paxton (Brock Lovett)  

Production Company: Lightstorm Entertainment  
  Twentieth Century Fox Film Corp. (A News Corporation Company)
  Paramount Pictures Corp. (A Viacom Company)
Production Text: A Film by James Cameron
Distribution Company: Twentieth Century Fox Film Corp. (A News Corporation Company)
  Paramount Pictures Corp. (A Viacom Company)
Director: James Cameron (Dir)
Producer: James Cameron (Prod)
  Jon Landau (Prod)
Writer: James Cameron (Wrt)
Photography: Russell Carpenter (Dir of photog)
Art Direction: Peter Lamont (Prod des)
Film Editor: Conrad Buff (Ed)
  James Cameron (Ed)
  Richard A. Harris (Ed)
Costumes: Deborah L. Scott (Cost des)
Music: James Horner (Mus comp)
Special Effects: Robert Legato (Visual eff supv)
MPAA Rating: PG-13
Country: United States
Language: English

Copyright Claimant Copyright Date Copyright Number
Paramount Pictures Corporation 16/12/1997 dd/mm/yyyy PA780847
Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation 16/12/1997 dd/mm/yyyy PA80847

PCA NO: 35593
Physical Properties: Sd: Dolby Digital; dts Digital Sound; SDDS Sony Dynamic Digital Sound in selected theatres
  col: CFI Color
  Lenses/Prints: Kodak film stock; prints by deluxe laboratories
  Widescreen/ratio: Panavision

Note: Titanic was ranked 83rd on AFI's 2007 100 Years…100 Movies--10th Anniversary Edition list of the greatest American films. 

Bibliographic Sources:   Date   Page
Los Angeles Times   19 Dec 1997   Calendar, p. 1.
New York Times   19 Dec 1997   Section 5, p. 1.
Variety   3 Nov 1997   p. 7.

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