From the Criterion Collection, a continuing series of classic and contemporary films, presents A Night to Remember. The best-loved 1958 movie is now even better. A Night to Remember depicts the events of April 14-15 1912 when Titanic struck an iceberg and in less than three hours plunged to the bottom of the sea. Nearly a half-century later this film is still one of the most popular ever made and faithfully recreates Walter Lord’s minute-by minute account and unforgettable rendering of the ship’s final hours. Now, aficionados of this terrific movie can compare it to the facts with this special edition DVD which features screen-specific commentary by THS’s Don Lynch and Ken Marschall.
- Special Features:
- Screen specific audio commentary by THS’s Historian Don Lynch, authors of, and Ken Marschall, illustrators of Titanic An Illustrated History and Ghosts of the Abyss.
- Optimal image quality dual-layer edition.
- Pristine digital transfer with restored image and sound.
Running time 123 minutes
Also included: The Making of A Night to Remember, a 60 minute documentary featuring William MacQuitty’s rare and fascinating behind-the-scenes footage.
Notice: DVDs, CDs and other recordings are not returnable.