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* SayMyName: "NORMAN...''NORMAN!!!!!!''"


** Some of the actors' costumes and hairstyles reflect the [[TheFifties early 1950s]] [[Hollywood Costuming fashion]], and not TheEdwardianEra, when the story is set.

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** Some of the actors' costumes and hairstyles reflect the [[TheFifties early 1950s]] [[Hollywood Costuming [[HollywoodCostuming fashion]], and not TheEdwardianEra, when the story is set.


** While Annette could arguable be seen as soon, she is more of an [[TheEdwardianEra Edwardian]] LovableAlphaBitch.

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** While Annette could arguable be seen as soon, one, she is more of an [[TheEdwardianEra Edwardian]] LovableAlphaBitch.


* HollywoodHistory: Probably the quintessential example among ''Titanic'' films.

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* HollywoodHistory: Probably the quintessential example among amongst ''Titanic'' films.


** Some of the actors' costumes and hairstyles reflect the [[TheFifties early 1950s]] fashion, and not TheEdwardianEra, when the story is set.

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** Some of the actors' costumes and hairstyles reflect the [[TheFifties early 1950s]] fashion, [[Hollywood Costuming fashion]], and not TheEdwardianEra, when the story is set.


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* HollywoodCostuming: Most of the costumes and hairstyles in the film are an eclectic mix of Edwardian and Fifties style fashion trends.


** Some of the actors' costumes and hairstyles reflect the early 1950s fashion, and not TheEdwardianEra, when the story is set.

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** Some of the actors' costumes and hairstyles reflect the [[TheFifties early 1950s 1950s]] fashion, and not TheEdwardianEra, when the story is set.


* TheEdwardianEra: With a healthy does of the TheFifties [[AnachronismStew thrown in]] for good measure.

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* TheEdwardianEra: With a healthy does dose of the TheFifties [[AnachronismStew thrown in]] for good measure.

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* TheEdwardianEra: With a healthy does of the TheFifties [[AnachronismStew thrown in]] for good measure.


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* HollywoodHistory: Probably the quintessential example among ''Titanic'' films.


** While Annette could arguable be seen as soon, she is more of an UsefulNotes/EdwardianEra LovableAlphaBitch.

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** While Annette could arguable be seen as soon, she is more of an UsefulNotes/EdwardianEra [[TheEdwardianEra Edwardian]] LovableAlphaBitch.

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** While Annette could arguable be seen as soon, she is more of an UsefulNotes/EdwardianEra LovableAlphaBitch.

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* RichBitch: Averted. Unlike most of the other films based on the ''Titanic'' disaster, none of the women in First Class are portrayed as snobby or cruel.


* FreudianExcuse: Julia's [[spoiler:infidelity]] is HandWaved as a result of her self-consciousness around Richard's sophisticated and wealthy friends.

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* FreudianExcuse: Julia's [[spoiler:infidelity]] is HandWaved as a result of her self-consciousness around Richard's sophisticated and wealthy friends.

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* BeachKiss: [[spoiler: Julia cheated on Richard with a stranger she met while strolling on the beach late one night.]]


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* FreudianExcuse: Julia's [[spoiler:infidelity]] is HandWaved as a result of her self-consciousness around Richard's sophisticated and wealthy friends.


* OneNightStandPregnancy: [[spoiler:Norman]] is the result of a one-night stand his mother had. [[spoiler:Julia]] didn't tell [[spoiler:her husband Norman]] this until eleven years later and she [[spoiler:never told her son]].

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* OneNightStandPregnancy: [[spoiler:Norman]] [[spoiler:Norman is the result of a his motherís one-night stand his mother had. [[spoiler:Julia]] didn't tell [[spoiler:her husband Norman]] this until eleven years later and she [[spoiler:never told her son]].with a stranger on the beach.]]


* LighterAndSofter: The film portrays the evacuation of the ship as much more calm and organized than it actually was. The steerage passengers are shown to have easy access to the lifeboats and the people left behind are shown stoically singing ''Nearer My God to Thee'' instead desperately fighting for their lives as the ship begins its final plunge.

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* LighterAndSofter: The film portrays the evacuation of the ship as much more calm and organized than it actually was. The steerage passengers are shown to have easy access to the lifeboats and the people left behind are shown stoically singing ''Nearer My God to Thee'' instead of desperately fighting for their lives as the ship begins its final plunge.

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