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Old October 23rd, 2008, 06:11 PM
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Default Great Cruise moments on TV/ movies

Hey I just saw a clip for this week's episode of Ghost Whisperer that features a romantic anniversary cruise (that's haunted naturally) -- but it got me to thinking about all those old romantic films with cruises -- I have a memory of Cary Grant on a cruise -- wacky shananigans abound. Maybe Only Angels Have Wings???

Anyway -- I thought I'd start a thread for great "Cruise" moments in entertainment... anyone have any to share?
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In the movie "Ghost Ship" where the cable whips across the deck of the Antonia Graza cutting the dancing passengers in half! Very cool horror flick sequence.
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how about an affair to remember, about 1960 with cary grant and deborah carr. I loved that movie. He is a playboy who wants to paint and she has been sent by her fiance on a trip to the Mediteranean. It was the last movie I saw at a drive in. It is a chick flick. with an accident that causes a disconnect at the planned reunion at the top of the Empire state building.
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The episode of I Love Lucy when Lucy misses the ship because her dress gets caught in a bicycle chain on the dock
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How about "The Last Voyage"...where they actually sank the beautiful ILE DE FRANCE to finish the film.
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Ship of Fools (1965)

Lee Marvin, Vivian Leigh, among other greats. Passengers on an ocean liner in pre-WWII. Great movie with character development. Where else would you find such an ecclectic group of people except on a cruiseship?
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'Out to Sea' (1997) well worth watching..just to see Jack Lemmon & Walter
Matthau together again..not the greatest of films..however they make it memorable. A number of scenes shot on the Westerdam..
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The cruise director tries to make the most of a bad situation as passengers are told their ship is in danger in the Uk disaster movie "Juggernaut."
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Just testing. It's been too long since my last post.
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Well, you'll have to admit that Titanic with Leonardo & Kate had some fine cruise scenes. The final scenes gave me the impetus to attend each & every lifeboat drill.
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Well, you'll have to admit that Titanic with Leonardo & Kate had some fine cruise scenes. The final scenes gave me the impetus to attend each & every lifeboat drill.
Ah, Oak Hill,

You're setting yourself up for the obligatory "Ship lover" lecture:

Titanic was in the business of transporting passengers from point A to point B, so she was an OCEAN LINER, and her voyages would generally be called crossings.

On a CRUISE SHIP, the voyage is the purpose of the trip, not transportation, so those are called cruises.
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Let's not forget about ocean liners that became or doubled as cruise ships. SS Norway comes to mind.

Generally speaking, an ocean liner is built with stronger plating than its cruise counterpart.

Speaking of ocean/cruise liners, SS United States had a part in the 1962 Disney film "Bon Voyage." The Big U cruised the tropics during the winter months.


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The ship in "An Affair to Remember" was either the Independence or the Constitution of American Export Lines that helped pioneer the southern route between Italy and the US with stops at Cannes and Gibraltar
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I don't know about all of you, but for me my favorite movies about cruising are those that my wife and I have taken on our cruises. I never get tired of watching them.
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The old T.V. show The Partridge Family used Sitmar Cruises Fairsea in one show. I sere miss Sitmar Cruises they were my favorite hands down.
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dont forget the orignal Posidon Adventure
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This was technically on an ocean liner, but there was a scene on the Marx brothers movie A Night at the Opera (very funny) where they stowaway on the ship going to New York. The antics of hiding them in this tiny room and staff crowding in to deliver different things. It's too funny for words. I highly recommend watching it.
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In the days leading up to a cruise I love watching a film that features a ship. Juggernaut mentioned above is a great picture, shot aboard the liner that would become the Maxim Gorky shortly thereafter.

Here are some of my all-time ocean liner film favorites.


Dodsworth - A retired automobile tycoon (Walter Huston) and his wife (Ruth Chatterton) head to Europe for a wonderful vacation. However, shortly after they arrive the wife gets involved in a series of indiscretions and the couple learns that the following perhaps will not be quite that golden. There are some terrific shots of the Queen Mary in New York City and a good twenty minutes of the picture take place aboard the QM during a transatlantic crossing. Towards the end of the film there's also a nice shot of the famous Italian Liner, Rex steaming across the Mediterranean. Nominated for 7 Oscars including best picture. It won for best Art Direction.

The Lady Eve - Great Preston Sturges romantic, screwball comedy with Charles Coburn and Barbara Stanwyck as father/daughter con-artists who attempt to dupe a bumbling explorer, Henry Fonda aboard the S.S. Southern Queen. Nominated for 1 Oscar.

Now Voyager - In an effort to build her self-esteem and escape the grasp of her domineering mother, Bette Davis takes an ocean voyage and begins a high seas love affair with Paul Henreid. A tremendous film, with some wonderfully escapist ship and port scenes. Nominated for 3 Oscars including best actress Bette Davis. 1 Oscar win for Best Music Score.

Dangerous Crossing - A terrific, taut, mystery starring Jean Crain who boards an ocean liner to celebrate her honeymoon. Soon after the newlyweds check into their cabin, the husband disappears without a trace. The ship's officers find no sign of the man and soon question the woman's sanity. Great puzzler with superb ocean liner feeling and excellent sets the same ones used in Titanic and Gentleman Prefer Blondes. The film also stars Michael Rennie of The Day the Earth Stood Still, as the ship's doctor the only person aboard who gives Crain the benefit of the doubt.

The Voyage of the Dammed - A haunting and compelling film which depicts the true story of a ship full of German Jewish Refugees bound for safe haven in Havana however they are denied permission to land anywhere. A star studded cast, very well acted and just about the entire film takes place aboard an ocean liner. It was nominated for three Oscars.

The Legend of 1900 - A bittersweet tale of a man (Tim Roth) who spends his entire life upon a steam ship. The film evokes the elegance of ocean travel from a bygone era. No Oscar nods but did win Golden Globe for best original score.

The Poseidon Adventure - A classic, adventure tale about a band of survivors attempting to escape from a capsized ocean liner. Tremendous special effects and stellar cast make this film a winner. It was nominated for 8 Oscars. It won for best original song, The Morning After. The film was also awarded a special Oscar for visual effects.

Poseidon - The remake of the latter. A rousing tale of survival with boat loads of suspense. The staggering opening shot of the ship is actually computer generated but you would never know it. The ship interiors were based on the Queen Mary 2's Britannia Restaurant. It earned one Oscar nomination for best visual effects.

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the British sitcom 'Keeping up Appearances' a great episode when Hyancinth went on the QE2
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dont forget the orignal Posidon Adventure
just watched Poseiden Adventure last weekend. any idea what ship they filmed the deck scenes on? my guess is the Queen mary in LA
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