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After the Titanic disaster, the moving-picture authors began to construct dramas concerning shipwreck on the high seas. The producers had the foresight to consult the censors. That Titanic wreck, it happened, inflamed the public mind as no other catastrophe in our memory; people everywhere were going insane over it. The censors rule out the Titanic as a theme for moving-picture plays.

Will Irwin, "How the 'Movies' Were Saved" Metropolitan, Issue 5, March 1913, p. 68

  • 1912 Saved from the Titanic
    Starring Titanic survivor Dorothy Gibson. A lost film.
  • 1913 Atlantis
    First film to feature a fictitious love story set on the Titanic, a technique that went on to become a staple in subsequent films on the topic.

 

 

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