Titanic (1939)

What would Titanic have looked like if it had been made in the Golden Age of Hollywood?

What would Titanic have looked like if it had been made in the Golden Age of Hollywood? Or in the heyday of the 1970s disaster movie? What if James Cagney had starred in The Godfather instead of Al Pacino? How would Jane Fonda fare in an early 70s take on The Silence of the Lambs? How different would your favorite movie be if it had been made twenty years earlier? Fifty years earlier?

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They/he. Writer of fiction, screenplays, plays, reviews, essays, and poetry. Chicago. https://linktr.ee/jshetina

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