EDUCATIONAL PURPOSES ONLY. "Titanic" a screenplay by James Cameron. Cast: KATE WINSLET Rose DeWitt Bukater LEONARDO DICAPRIO Jack. travelling with Nana on RMS Titanic with his daughter. It was due to set the sinking of the mighty Titanic that men had claimed was unsinkable. The Carpathia. Titanic Movie Script - Ebook download as PDF File .pdf), Text File .txt) or read book online. complete script of great passionate love story of all time.
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Titanic () Movie Script. Read the Titanic full movie script online. SS is dedicated to The Simpsons and host to thousands of free TV show episode scripts and. The captain of the Titanic, who was leading the ship on its first voyage, in what was . passengers on the Titanic were clearly divided along class lines, and thus . Titanic (PDF script) Undated Unspecified Draft Written by James Cameron.
She hurls a handmirror against the vanity, cracking it. She is dishevelled, her hair flying. She is crying, her cheeks streaked with tears. But also angry, furious! Shaking with emotions she doesnt understand hatred, self-hatred, desperation. A strolling couple watch her pass. Shocked at the emotional display in public. Thinking artist thoughts and smoking a cigarette. Hearing something, he turns as Rose runs up the stairs from the well deck. She doesnt see Jack in the shadows, and runs right past him.
Her breath hitches in an occasional sob, which she suppresses. Rose slams against the base of the stern flagpole and clings there, panting. She stares out at the black water. Then starts to climb over the railing. She has to hitch her long dress way up, and climbing is clumsy. Moving methodically she turns her body and gets her heels on the white-painted gunwale, her back to the railing, facing out toward blackness. She leans out, her arms straightening looking down hypnotized, into the vortex below her.
Her dress and hair are lifted by the wind of the ships movement. The only sound, above the rush of water below, is the flutter and snap of the big Union Jack right above her.
JACK Dont do it. She whips her head around at the sound of his voice. It takes a second for her eyes to focus.
Stay back! Dont come any closer! Jack sees the tear tracks on her cheeks in the faint glow from the stern running lights. Take my hand. Ill pull you back in. ROSE No! Stay where you are. I mean it. Ill let go. JACK No you wont. Dont presume to tell me what I will and will not do. You dont know me. JACK You would have done it already. Now come on, take my hand. Rose is confused now. She cant see him very well through the tears, so she wipes them with one hand, almost losing her balance.
ROSE Youre distracting me. Go away. JACK I cant. Im involved now. If you let go I have to jump in after you. ROSE Dont be absurd. Youll be killed. He takes off his jacket. JACK He starts unlacing his left shoe. ROSE The fall alone would kill you. JACK It would hurt. You're distracting me. Go away. I can't. I'm involved now. You let go and I'm going to have to jump in there afteryou. Don't be absurd.
You'll be killed. To tell you the truth I'm a lot more concerned about that water being so cold. ShoeDrops To Deck - How cold? Maybe a couple degrees over. You ever, uh Well, they have some ofthe coldest winters around. I grew up there near Chippewa Falls. I rememberwhen I was a kid, me and myfather, we went ice fishing out on Lake Wissota. Ice fishing is,you know, whereyou-- Angrily: I know what ice fishing is!
Youjust seem like,you know, kind ofan indoor girl. Anyway, l, uh I fell through some thin ice and I'm tellingyou You can't breathe, you can't think-- at least not about anything but the pain. Which is why I'm not looking forward tojumping in there afteryou. Like I said I don't have a choice. I guess I'm kind of hoping you'll come back overthe rail and get me offthe hook here. You're crazy. That's what everybody says, but with all due respect, miss I'm not the one hanging off the back ofa ship here.
Come on, give meyour hand. You don't want to do this. Rose Dewitt Bukater. I'm going to have to getyou to write that one down. Come on! Screams Help! Listen to me. I've gotyou. I won't let go. Now pull yourself up. Grunts Come on. That's right. You can do it. I gotyou. What's all this? You stand back! And don't move an inch! This is completely unacceptable! What madeyou think thatyou could putyour hands on myfiancee?
It was. Stupid really. I was leaning over, and I slipped. I was leaning far over to see the, uh And I would have gone overboard but Mr. Dawson here saved me and almost went over himself.
You wanted to see She wanted to see the propellers. Like I said, women and machinery do not mix. Was that the way of it? Yeah, that was pretty much it.
Well, the boy's a hero then. Good foryou, son. Well done. So it's all's well and backto our brandy, eh? Look atyou. You must be freezing. Let's getyou inside. Perhaps a little something forthe boy. Lovejoy, I think a 20 should do it. Is that the going rate for saving the woman you love? Rose is displeased. What to do? I know. Perhapsyou couldjoin us for dinnertomorrow evening to regale our group with Sure, count me in.
Settled then. This should be interesting. Whistles Can l, uh You'll want to tie those. It's interesting. Theyoung lady slips so suddenly and you still had time to removeyourjacket and your shoes. I don't pretend to know why. I intended to save this until the engagement gala next week. But I thought tonight. Good gracious.
Perhaps as a reminder of myfeelings foryou. The Heart ofthe Ocean. It's overwhelming. Well, it's for royalty. We are royalty, Rose. You know, there's nothing I couldn't giveyou. There's nothing I'd denyyou ifyou would not deny me. Now open your heart to me, Rose. Well, I've been on my own since I was 1 5 since myfolks died. And I had no brothers or sisters or close kin in that part ofthe country. So I lit on out ofthere and I haven't been back since.
You couldjust call me a tumbleweed blowing in the wind. Well, Rose Dawson, l-- -Jack. I want to thankyou forwhatyou did. Notjust for You're welcome. Look, I know whatyou must be thinking. Poor little rich girl. What does she know about misery? No, that's not what I was thinking. What I was thinking was what could have happened to this girl to make herthink she had no way out? Well, l-- It was everything. It was mywhole world and all the people in it and the inertia of my life plunging ahead and me, powerless to stop it.
Look at that thing. You would have gone straight to the bottom. All of Philadelphia society will be there and all the while I feel I'm Doyou love him? You're being very rude. You shouldn't be asking me this. Well, it's a simple question. Doyou love the guy or not? This is not a suitable conversation. You don't know me, and I don't knowyou and we are not having this conversation at all.
You are rude and uncouth and presumptuous and I am leaving now. Dawson, it's been a pleasure. I soughtyou out to thankyou and now I have thanked you You are so annoying. I don't have to leave. This is my part ofthe ship. You leave. Oh-ho-ho, well, well, well. Now who's being rude? What is this stupid thing you're carrying around?
So what areyou, an artist or something? Well, these are rather good. They're, uh-- They're very good actually. Jack, this is exquisite work. They didn't thinktoo much ofthem in old Paree.
You do get around for a poor-- Well, uh, uh, a person of limited means. Go on, a poor guy, you can say it. Well, well, well. And these were drawn from life? Well, that's one ofthe good things about Paris-- Iots ofgirls willing to take their clothes off. You liked this woman. You used her several times. Well, she had beautiful hands, you see? I thinkyou must have had a love affairwith her. No, no, no, no, no. Just with her hands.
She was a one-legged prostitute. Oh, and this lady Called her Madame Bijou. See how her clothes are all moth-eaten? Well,you have a gift,Jack. You do.
You see people. I seeyou. You wouldn't havejumped. But the purpose of university is to find a suitable husband. Rose has already done that. Look, here comes that vulgar Brown woman. Quickly, get up before she sits with us. Hello, girls. I was hoping I'd catch you at tea. We're awfully sorry you missed it. The countess and I werejust off to take the air on the boat deck. What a lovely idea. I need to catch up on my gossip. Soyou've notyet lit the last four boilers?
No, I don't see the need.
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We are making excellent time. The press knows the size of Titanic. Now I want them to marvel at her speed. We must give them something new to print. This maiden voyage of Titanic must make headlines. Ismay, I would prefer not to push the engines until they've been properly run in.
Ofcourse I'mjust a passenger. I leave it toyour good offices to decide what's best. But what a glorious end toyourfinal crossing ifwe were to get into New York on Tuesday night and surprise them all. Make the morning papers. Retire with a bang, eh, E. Good man. Well, afterthat I worked on a squid boat in Monterey. Then I went down to Los Angeles to the pier in Santa Monica and started doing portraits there forten cents apiece. Why can't I be likeyou,Jack-- just head out forthe horizon whenever I feel like it?
Saywe'll go there sometime to that pier even ifwe only everjust talk about it. No, we'll do it. We'll drink cheap beer. We'll ride on the roller coastertill we throw up. Then we'll ride horses on the beach right in the surf. Butyou'll have to do it like a real cowboy.
None ofthat sidesaddle stuff. And spit like a man. They didn't teach you that in finishing school? Let's do it. I'll showyou how. Jack, no! I couldn't possibly,Jack. Watch closely. That was pitiful! Come on,you really got to hawk it back,you know? Get some leverage to it. Useyour arms, arcyour neck. Hawks - See the range on that thing? Okay, go.
Hawks -That was better. You got to work on it. Reallytry and hawk it up and get some bodyto it,you know? You got to Snorting Swallows Mother. May I introduceJack Dawson? Charmed, I'm sure. The others were gracious andcurious abouttheman who hadsavedmylife butmymotherlookedathim likean insect-- a dangerous insect which mustbesquashedquickly.
Well,Jack, sounds likeyou're a good man to have around in a sticky spot. TrumpetPlayingFanfare Why do they always insist on announcing dinner like a damn cavalry charge? Seeyou at dinner,Jack. Uh, son? Doyou have the slightest comprehension whatyou're doing? Not really. Well,you're about to go into the snake pit. What areyou planning to wear?
I figured. I was right. You and my son arejust about the same size.
Pretty close. Laughs Good evening, sir. Doyou know that there are several thousand tons of Hockley steel in this very ship? Which part? All the right ones, ofcourse. Then we'll know who to hold accountable ifthere's a problem. So good to seeyou. I saw that in a nickelodeon once and I always wanted to do it. Snickers Ruth: I'll seeyou at dinner. Surely you remember Mr. Chuckles Well, it's amazing. You could almost pass for a gentleman. My dear, it's delightful to seeyou.
What a remarkable voyage this is. I loveyour perfume. There's the Countess of Rothes. And, um, that'sJohnJacob Astor-- the richest man on the ship. His little wifeythere, Madeleine, is my age and in delicate condition. See how she's trying to hide it? And that's Benjamin Guggenheim and his mistress Madame Aubert. Guggenheim is at home with the children, ofcourse. She designs naughty lingerie, among her manytalents. Very popularwith the royals.
Congratulations, Hockley. She's splendid. Why, thankyou. Sweet pea. Remember, they love money, sojust pretend likeyou own a gold mine Nice to seeyou. Madeleine, I'd likeyou to meetJack Dawson. Areyou ofthe Boston Dawsons? No-- the Chippewa Falls Dawsons, actually. Hemusthave been nervous, butheneverfaltered. Theyassumed he wasone ofthem-- Heir to a railroadfortune, perhaps. Newmoney, obviously, butstilla memberofthe club.
Mother, ofcourse, couldalways be countedupon. Tell us ofthe accommodations in steerage, Mr.
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I hearthey're quite good on this ship. The best I've seen, ma'am. Hardly any rats. Laughter Mr. Dawson isjoining us from the third class. He was ofsome assistance to myfiancee last night. It turns out that Mr.
Dawson is quite a fine artist. He was kind enough to show me some of his worktoday. Rose and I differ somewhat in our definition offine art. Not to impugn yourwork, sir. Clears Throat Ismay: She may be mine on paper but in the eyes ofGod, she belongs to Thomas Andrews.
Are these all for me? Just start from the outside and workyourway in. He knows every rivet in her, don'tyou, Thomas? Never did like it much. And where, exactly, doyou live, Mr. Well, right now, my address is the R. Afterthat, I'm on God's good humor. And how is it you have means to travel? I work myway from place to place-- You know, tramp steamers and such.
But I won myticket on Titanic here at a lucky hand at poker. A very lucky hand. A real man makes his own luck, Archie. And you find that sort of rootless existence appealing, doyou? Well,yes, ma'am, I do. I mean, got everything I need right here with me. Got air in my lungs and a few blank sheets of paper.
I mean, I love waking up in the morning not knowing what's going to happen orwho I'm going to meet, where I'm going to wind up. Just the other night, I was sleeping under a bridge, and now here I am on the grandest ship in the world having champagne with you fine people. I figure life's a gift, and I don't intend on wasting it. You never know what hand you're going to get dealt next. You learn to take life as it comes atyou.
Hereyou go, Cal. To make each day count. To making it count. MollyLaughing Mr. Brown had no idea I'd hidden the money in the stove. Laughter So he comes home drunk as a pig, celebrating and he lights a fire. Laughter Softly: Next it'll be brandies in the smoking room. Well,join me in a brandy, gentlemen? MenAgree Now they retreat into a cloud ofsmoke and congratulate each other on being masters ofthe universe. Ladies, thankyou for the pleasure ofyour company.
Rose, may I escortyou backto the cabin? Joining us, Dawson? You don't want to stay out here with the women, doyou? No, thanks. I've got to be heading back. It'll be all business and politics, that sort ofthing-- Wouldn't interestyou. But Dawson, good ofyou to come. Jack, mustyou go? Time for me to go row with the other slaves. Good night, Rose. Clock BeginsChiming Sighs Soyou want to go to a real party?
Repeats Phrase I can't understand you. GlassShatters Hey! Bravo, bravo! Come on, guys. I'm going to dance with her now, all right? Jack--Jack, wait!
We're going to have to get a little bit closer. Like this. Just go with it. Don't think. Whooping -Jack: Squeals, Giggling That's what Rockefeller said, but the Supreme Court is not swallowing it.
You think a first-class girl can't drink? Let's seeyou do this. Hold this for me,Jack. Hold it up. Laughing -Jesus, Mary andJoseph! I haven't done that in years. Go see Maggie, lads. Give herthe holley!
Let's go! Coffee, sir? I had hoped you would come to me last night. I was tired. Your exertions below decks were no doubt exhausting. I seeyou had that undertaker ofa manservant follow me. How typical. You will never behave like that again, Rose. Doyou understand? I'm not a foreman in one ofyour mills thatyou can command. I'm yourfiancee. Yes,you are, and mywife! Mywife in practice if notyet by law, soyou will honor me. You will honor me the way a wife is required to honor a husband.
Because I will not be made out a fool, Rose. Is this in anyway unclear? Excuse me. Miss Rose! Let me helpyou. It's all right, miss. You're not to see that boy again, doyou understand me? You'll giveyourself a nosebleed. This is not a game. Our situation is precarious. You know the money's gone. Ofcourse I know it's gone. You remind me every day. Yourfather left us nothing but a legacy of bad debts hidden by a good name.
That name is the only card we have to play. I don't understand you. It is a fine match with Hockley. Doyou want to see me working as a seamstress?
Is that whatyou want? To see ourfine things sold at auction? Our memories scattered to the winds? Sighs It's so unfair.
Ofcourse it's unfair. We're women. Our choices are never easy. You're not supposed to be in here. You don't remember me? No, I'm afraid I don't. Nowyou're going to have to turn around. He'll tell you. I just-- I just need-- Mr. Hockley and Mrs.
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Dewitt Bukater continue to be appreciative ofyour assistance. They asked me to, uh Please, l-- - And also to remind you Please, I just want to speakto Rose for-- Gentlemen, will you please see that Mr. Dawson gets to where he belongs and that he stays there? Yes, sir. Come along,you. And why doyou have two steering wheels? We really only use this near shore.
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Excuse me, sir. Another ice warning. This one's from the Noordam. Thankyou, Sparks. Oh, not to worry. Quite normal forthis time ofyear.
In fact, we're speeding up. I'vejust ordered the last boilers lit. Okay, son, wind it up tight like I showed you. Okay, now, let it go.
That's excellent, son. Andrews, forgive me I did the sum in my head and with the number of lifeboats times the capacityyou mentioned forgive me, but it seems that there are not enough for everyone aboard. About half, actually. Rose,you miss nothing, doyou? Waste ofdeck space as it is on an unsinkable ship. Sleep soundly,young Rose.
I have built you a good ship, strong and true. She's all the lifeboatyou need. Just keep heading aft. The next stop will be the engine room. Jack, this is impossible. I can't seeyou. Jack, I'm engaged. I'm marrying Cal. I love Cal. Rose,you're no picnic.
All right,you're a spoiled little brat, even but underthatyou're the most amazingly astounding wonderful girl-- woman-- that I've ever known and You're,you're ama-- I'm not an idiot. I know how the world works. I've got ten bucks in my pocket. I have nothing to offeryou and I know that. I understand. But I'm too involved now.
Youjump, I jump, remember? I can't turn away without knowingyou'll be all right. That's all that I want. Well, I'm fine. I'll be fine, really. I don't think so.
They've gotyou trapped, Rose and you're going to die ifyou don't breakfree-- Maybe not right away becauseyou're strong, but sooner or laterthat fire that I love aboutyou, Rose It's not up toyou to save me,Jack. You're right. Onlyyou can do that. I'm going back. Leave me alone. Tell Lucille about the disasteryou had with the stationer's. Well, ofcourse, the invitations had to be sent back twice. Rose decided she wanted lavender. She knows I detest the color, so she did it onlyto spite me.
Ruth saw some of my designs in "La Mode Illustree. Theywere quite charming, but I think you'll agree, my dear, that together we've created something ofa phoenix from the ashes.
Women Laugh Politely Hello,Jack. I changed my mind. Give meyour hand. Now closeyour eyes. Go on. Step up. Now hold on to the railing. Step up onto the rail. Hold on. Keepyour eyes closed. I trustyou.
All right, open your eyes. I'm flying! So we're up to dusk the night ofthe sinking. There's Smith and he's standing there and he's got the iceberg warning He figures anything big enough to sinkthe ship they're going to see in time to turn but the ship's too big with too small a rudder.
Doesn't cornerworth a damn.
Everything he knows is wrong. Laughing It's quite proper, I assureyou. This is the sitting room. Don't artists need good light? That is true but I'm not used to working in such horrible conditions. Look at his use ofcolor here. Isn't he great? I know, it's extraordinary.
Cal insists on carting this hideous thing everywhere. Should we be expecting him anytime soon? Not as long as the cigars and brandy hold out. A diamond, a very rare diamond.
Jack, I wantyou to draw me like one ofyour French girls All right. Wearing onlythis. The last thing I need is another picture of me Iooking like a porcelain doll. As a paying customer I expect to get what I want. Over on the bed-- the couch. Iie down. Put that other arm up, that hand right byyourface there. Now, head down. Eyes to me, keep them on me. And tryto stay still. Exhales So serious. I believeyou are blushing, Mr.
Big Artiste. I can't imagine Monsieur Monet blushing. He does landscapes. Just relaxyourface. Exhales My heart was pounding the whole time. It was the most erotic moment of my life.
Up until then, at least. Sorry, to disappointyou, Mr. Jackwas very professional. RoseLaughing Whatyou doing? Will you put this back in the safe for me? Would you excuse me? It's a ship, there's only so many places she could be.
Lovejoy, find her. I don't think I've ever seen such a flat calm. Like a mill pond. Not a breath ofwind. It will make the bergs harderto see with no breaking water at the base.
Well, I'm off.Of course. I am sure it'sjust a precaution. Fabrizio runs back and grabs Jack. Women Laugh Politely Hello,Jack. Well, well, well. JACK : You would have done it already. OLAF subtitled You stupid fishhead. I'mJack Dawson. ROSE angry in a flash Listen. I just had to get away