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Titanic - Arm in Arm, or Not?
As Jack and Rose are entering the room to have dinner, they are arm in arm, and when Molly Brown comes to join them, she says, "Care to escort a lady", Jack holds her arm, and Rose's arm, when they are in the background, Jack is not holding Molly Brown's arm, but when they're up close again, he's holding her arm in the matter of like 5 seconds.
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Anonymous on 08-30-1999
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Comments:
Godsmacker writes:
I "escorted a lady" once and we were arm-in-arm. She went to talk to a friend of hers, dropped my arm, shook his hand, and grabbed my arm again. It's not that hard.
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KCM writes:
In 5 seconds you can do a backflip, let alone drop and relink arms... I agree, Godsmacker.
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Jay-C writes:
He drops her arm as they go to talk to John Jacob Aster and his wife Madeline.
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Easter Girl writes:
First they are arm in arm, then when the camera is on Cal (and he´s calling for Rose) you see Jack and Rose together and Molly is walking by herself. Then the camera is on Jack, Rose and Molly, and they are arm in arm again. It´s happening in like three seconds! So it IS a slip-up!
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