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Boarding DayEdit

  • 4th Officer Boxhall: Peter Lubov? Take the next gangway. This is for Second Class.
  • Mario Sandrini: Sorry. Excuse me.
  • Paolo Sandrini (In Italian): Suppose he turns up. This Richards.
  • Mario Sandrini (In Italian): Impossible.
  • Paolo Sandrini (In Italian): How can you be so sure?
  • Mario Sandrini (In Italian): Impossible. Don't be ridiculous. When I left you last night, i went to the pub where the crew meets. He was the first steward to come in...
  • Paolo Sandrini (In Italian): And you got him drunk.
  • Mario Sandrini (In Italian): I did. He may walk again, but not until we're in the mid atlantic.
  • Paolo Sandrini (In Italian): He won't forgive you. Cheating him of Titanic's maiden voyage.
  • Mario Sandrini (In Italian): He'll live. When you're ready, report to the Chief Steward.
  • Paolo Sandrini (In Italian): I know what to do.
  • Steward Hart: I would like to see your ticket, sir.
  • Jim Maloney: I had them just a moment ago.
  • Man: Oh, come on, let's leave them to it. Come on.
  • Steward Hart: Sir. Just give me a minute, sir.
  • Theresa Maloney: I'm thirsty, ma.
  • Mary Maloney: Just wait one minute, darling, and we'll go and look for a drink.
  • Theresa Maloney: But I'm thirsty now.
  • Jim Maloney: I'll take her. Come on.
  • Paolo Sandrini: Excuse me.
  • Theresa Maloney: Da. I don't like it.
  • Jim Maloney: You don't like what?
  • Theresa Maloney: I just don't like it. There's too much water underneath.
  • Jim Maloney: Theresa, darling. I'd be worried if there wasn't enough. All right? Now let's find you a bottle of pop.

Evans and Lubov in common room of SteerageEdit

  • David Evans: Travelling alone?
  • Peter Lubov: And if I am?
  • David Evans: Just making conversation.
  • David Evans: David Evans. I'm on my own, too. He travel fastest who travels alone, eh?
  • Peter Lubov: We seem to be going at the same speed as everyone else.
  • David Evans: What's your line?
  • Peter Lubov: This and that.
  • David Evans: I was an army man. Scots Guards. Till I stopped a bullet and they kissed me goodbye. But I had a packet of leaving pay so I'm not complaining.
  • Peter Lubov: Why were you looking at me?
  • David Evans: Was I? You seem familiar, that's all.
  • Peter Lubov: Well... I'm not familiar. Not to you.

Holding Steerage Scene 1Edit

  • Woman: Don't worry.
  • David Evans: Can we not go up?
  • Steward Turnbull: Not yet. All in good time.
  • Steward Hart: When will be a good time? Bacause I'm not gonna keep them down here for much longer.
  • Steward Turnbull: Don't worry. There's no danger!
  • David Evans: You sure?
  • Steward Turnbull: This is Titanic. She's safer than dry land!
  • David Evans: What about the children? Can't you just take them?
  • Steward Hart: Couldn't we?
  • Steward Turnbull: What? And followed by a pack of screaming mothers? As if! The children will be taken care of! Don't you worry about that!
  • Mary Maloney: There'll be a boat along to take us off in a shake of a lamb's tail. They're waiting for it to arrive. Did you see anything?
  • Jim Maloney: Not much. They're getting the boats out. They say there's no danger. They're lying.
  • Steward Turnbull: Just do as we say. Stay calm.
  • Jim Maloney: We could charge them.
  • Steward Turnbull: Stay back.

Holding Steerage Scene 2Edit

  • Steward Turnbull: That's enough! Stand back! Keep back!
  • Jim Maloney: Let my wife and children through!
  • Steward Turnbull: Stand back!
  • Peter Lubov: Hey! Hey! What's That?
  • Steward Turnbull: I said... stand back.
  • Peter Lubov: Mary, go! Go! Go now!
  • Mary Maloney: Go! Go! Go! Go!
  • Jim Maloney: Go, children! Mary! Sean!
  • Steward Turnbull: Back! Please!
  • Steward Turnbull: No need to panic! No need to...
  • David Evans: This way.
  • Peter Lubov: Is there another way out?
  • David Evans: Follow me.
  • Peter Lubov: Where will this take us?
  • David Evans: I know who you are! It's come to me.
  • Peter Lubov: What the hell does that matter?
  • David Evans: I was at the Siege of Sidney Street. They gave out wanted posters. You're Peter Pietkov aren't you? Peter the Painter.
  • Peter Lubov: You're crazy!
  • David Evans: No! No! No! I am not crazy! It's been preying on me since we left Southampton. Peter the Policemen Killer! How many was it you murdered, eh? Four? Five? Half a dozen?
  • Peter Lubov: We are on a sinking ship. We have other things to worry about.
  • David Evans: Oh, no! Don't think I'll let it go, because I won't. I can't!
  • Peter Lubov: I'm sorry to hear that.
  • David Evans: I'm sure, you are.

Holding Steerage Scene 3Edit

  • 6th Officer Moody: Officer coming through. Excuse me, please keep an order, thank you. What happened to the Italians?
  • Steward Turnbull: Safely under lock and key, sir.
  • 6th Officer Moody: Was that really necessary?
  • Steward Turnbull: Best that way, sir.
  • 6th Officer Moody: Then don't forget to let them out.
  • Mario Sandrini: What's the point of keeping them down here?
  • 6th Officer Moody: It's company policy. Move on.
  • Mario Sandrini: No! There are women here! And children!
  • 6th Officer Moody: They'll be allowed up in good time!
  • Mario Sandrini: Let them go up now, for pity's sake! Let them get their chances like everyone else!
  • 6th Officer Moody: Go away!
  • Steerage Man: Listen to him! By what right are you holding us here? Let us pass!
  • Peter Lubov: Come with me. They're losing control. We can get through.
  • Jim Maloney: Why would I come with you?
  • Peter Lubov: There's no time for that now. Come, and we can see her and the children safely to a boat. Then we can fight to the death.
  • Jim Maloney: Is that a promise?
  • Peter Lubov: Yes!
  • Mario Sandrini: Don't wait for them to let you go! No! Go upstairs! Don't stay here! Don't stay here to drown! No! No!
  • 6th Officer Moody: Please keep an order! Keep an order, please! Can we get some order?! Assigning order, please!
  • Mario Sandrini: ???
  • Unnamed Seaman 1: What are you doing? It’s right here. Come on.
  • Unnamed Seaman 2: Get the gate!
  • Unnamed Seaman 1Stay away from… Close the gate!
  • Unnamed Seaman 1: Inside!
  • Unnamed Seaman 2: Get in!
  • Mario Sandrini (In Italian): Help! Help! Help!

Lifeboat 15 SceneEdit

  • 1st Officer Murdoch: That's enough! Stand back! Stand back!
  • Lady Manton: But they can't be loading third class from here, not before first class have gone.
  • Georgiana: Mama, what difference does that make now?
  • Mary Maloney: Please let my children pass! Aah!
  • Georgiana Grex: Pa, help her! Get the children onto the boat!
  • Hugh Manton: Give me your hand!
  • Jim Maloney: Get your hands off her!
  • Mary Maloney: No! He's helping! He's helping!
  • ?: ... let the women and children come to the front.
  • Hugh Manton: Get your children. Up you come.
  • Jim Maloney: Come on, children.
  • 1st Officer Murdoch: Stand back!
  • Jim Maloney: Let's go, children. Come on.
  • 1st Officer Murdoch: Stand back!
  • Hugh Manton: Let these children through!
  • 1st Officer Murdoch: That's enough!
  • Hugh Manton: Let them through!
  • 1st Officer Murdoch: We're full! We're going to lower!
  • Hugh Manton: You will not! Now let them through!
  • Steward Hart: Come on, children. Through the window. That's right.
  • Hugh Manton: Get them on. Here we are. Get them on.
  • 1st Officer Murdoch: Hart! Hart! Get in there and take charge!
  • Steward Hart: Yes, sir.
  • Hugh Manton: Come on.
  • 1st Officer Murdoch: Stand back, I tell you.
  • Jim Maloney: Let me to talk to my wife.
  • Theresa Maloney: Aah! It's gonna break!
  • Jim Maloney: Let me to talk to my wife.
  • Theresa Maloney: The boat's going to break!
  • Mary Maloney: Theresa! Theresa! We can't leave without my child!
  • Jim Maloney: Stay with the others! I'll find her. Don't worry.
  • 1st Officer Murdoch: Stand Back!
  • Jim Maloney: Theresa!

Collapsible C SceneEdit

  • Man: Children to the front, please. Allow them through.
  • ?: You next.
  • Bruce Ismay: Lady Manton!
  • Lady Manton: No, I'm not going.
  • Bruce Ismay: Get in. The women need you.
  • Paolo Sandrini: You heard him. Get in. Make it easier for me, please.
  • Bruce Ismay: Please. No time for this. Come on, up.
  • 5th Officer Lowe: Take my hand. That's it.

(1st Officer Murdoch appears in background)

  • 5th Officer Lowe: Any more ladies? Please come to the front.
  • Paolo Sandrini: I never kissed you.
  • Annie Desmond: Kiss me in New York.
  • Stoker Lyons: We need a man to crew it, sir. A stoker, but I know how to steer.
  • Paolo Sandrini: Did Mario Sandrini get out? Have you seen him?
  • Stoker Lyons: He got out of the boiler room. But I heard they locked him away with the other Italians.
  • Paolo Sandrini: What?
  • John Batley: They're lowering a boat. Is that boat full?
  • Muriel Batley: They're lowering it. We're too late.

Search for ItaliansEdit

  • Paolo Sandrini: Hey! Do you know where they put the italians? The ones they locked up.
  • Steward Turnbull: Why? Are you anxious to join them?
  • Paolo Sandrini: Where are they? Where are they?!
  • Steward Turnbull: They're round that corner, last door at the end. But you won't get them out! The door is locked! And it'll stay locked until it hits the ocean bed!
  • Paolo Sandrini (In Italian): Mario! Where are you? Mario!
  • Paolo Sandrini (In Italian): Mario! Mario!
  • Paolo Sandrini (In Italian): Mario! How do you open this?
  • Mario Sandrini (In Italian): It's locked! It's locked with key! It's locked with key!
  • Paolo Sandrini (In Italian): Help!
  • Paolo Sandrini: No! Mario! Mario!
  • Paolo Sandrini: Help!

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