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Titanic - Flashlights?
The whole end of the movie when they are searching for survivors in the water...well..I hate to break it to ya..But there were no flashlights back than.
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the movie dang it!!
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JC on 02-25-2000
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HighHat writes:
Sorry Buck-O. The flashlight was invented in 1898. Try a little research before posting this sort of thing.
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Big Ross writes:
The producers admitted that there were no flashlights in the boats, and that they included them in this scene for dramatic effect.
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B-Man writes:
What about the flashlights that the two men were using after the car scene when they were looking for Jack and Rose??
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Mr. Jack writes:
I've notice a different slip up... The flashlights used by the men searching for Jack and Rose are different from the man in the life boat's flashlight. The two men's had big boxes on them for batteries and the crewman in the life boat's was like a policeman's today. Did they have batteries that small in 1912?
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chelsea writes:
i was actually wondering the same thing and so i did research and found this website ... http://www.wordcraft.net/flashlight.html
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lasserine writes:
Actually, although not (exactly) relevant, one of the aristocratic older women on one of the lifeboats had a cane with an electrical light at the end.
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stokoe1984 writes:
I can't remember the film cos it been so long since I last saw it but did anybody actually refer to them as flashlights? The crew were all from Britain (most from Southampton but quite a lot were Irish) and in Britain flashlights are called torches. If they did refer tot hem as flashlights, this would have been a slipup in the Script/Writers dept.
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