"Night of April 14th"
January 27 1959.

** Spoiler Alert **

SYNOPSIS: In April 1912 a young woman dreams of drowning in icy, dark water and then is shocked
to discover that her future husband has booked their honeymoon trip on the maiden voyage of a
supposedly unsinkable liner named Titanic. When the great vessel strikes an iceberg and
goes down at sea, psychic repercussions are felt around the world.

COMMENTARY: Movie and TV viewers seem to foster a never ending fascination for the tragic story
of the Titanic. Various film versions, in 1915, 1943, 1953, 1958 (A Night to Remember) and 1997
(James Cameron's Titanic), have reminded the world of the details of the disaster . . .

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cultural and television history, and much more . . . see John Kenneth Muir's
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