Titanic Disaster Documentary 1912

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  • One of the survivors with her lucky pig is Edith Russell.

    jhoyle 18th Feb 2012
  • Does anyone know the name of the lady interviewing in this documentary, she looks familiar?

    Mark Britten 16th Apr 2012
  • I am wondering who the woman is doing the interview and where is she now? I must say, she is truly a beauty. I hope she has lived a good life and that fortune has been kind.

    jaylveck 7th Jan 2013
  • One of the most disastrous incidents in history is recognized by Titanic's name. The survivors must have taken the lesson for life.

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    traceygeorge 8th Jan 2013

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