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Titanic - Underwater
When Jack is shackled up in the master's cabin the room is supposed be under the waterline. In the one scene the porthole is wide open.
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Anonymous on 02-02-2000
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Oz writes:
Actually I believe it is an inner porthole seal, a second porthole if you will that merely places a metal cover to seal the outer glass porthole. Kindof a safety feature to allow glass portholes near the water line to be sealed in the event of a structural failure.
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