CONTEST: Win ‘Titanic’ (1953) on Blu-ray

Clifton Webb and Barbara Stanwyck star in this Academy Award winning drama about a married couple who board the doomed ship.
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CONTEST: Win ‘Titanic’ (1953) on Blu-ray

Decades before James Cameron became "the king of the world" with his 1997 blockbuster Titanic, the 1953 film Titanic won an Oscar for Best Screenplay. Fox Home Entertainment is releasing the original Titanic in a fully-restored Blu-ray on January 15. Clifton Webb and Barbara Stanwyck star as Richard and Julia, a married couple who board the ill-fated vessel with their children, with Richard hoping to reconcile with his family. This classic is a must-own for any film buff, especially one who appreciates the classics in high definition. We have a contest where our readers can enter for a chance to win this Blu-ray, to experience this engrossing story all over again, or for the first time. Take a look at how you can win.

Titanic Blu-ray

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  • Titanic Blu-ray


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Determined to leave the superficial, high-society world in which her husband Richard (Clifton Webb) is engrossed, Julia Sturges (Barbara Stanwyck) boards the R.M.S. Titanic in England to travel to America, along with her two children. Hoping to reconcile with his family, Richard purchases a steerage ticket aboard the ship, unaware of the fateful events that loom ahead.

Special Features:

  • Commentary by Film Critic Richard Schickel

    - Commentary by Cinematographer Michael D. Lonzo, Actors Audrey Dalton and Robert Wagner, and Historian Sylvia Stoddard

    - MovieTone News

    - Titanic Premiere Thrills South

    - CinemaScope and "The Robe" Win Oscars

    - Titanic Aftermath: Audio Essay by Sylvia Stoddard

    - Theatrical Trailer

    - Still Gallery

Titanic was released in 1953.

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  • parkerozgood • 3 years ago

    I love the classics! Way better than the Kate Winsslet version!


    • Salvador-Cornejo • 3 years ago

      I am a big fan of classic films. I would love to see how this film attempts to recreate the famous disaster. Plus I enjoy Barbara Stanwyck' work. I would look forward to checking out the features as well, mainly the commentaries.


      • moviefanac • 3 years ago

        I'm a huge Stanwyck fan. That's why it must be mine.


        • pamelab1 • 3 years ago

          haven't seen this version.


          • whoopla • 3 years ago

            love anything Titanic so fascinating


            • 2movieguys • 3 years ago

              AMAZING film!


              • Tina-Krauss • 3 years ago

                Would love to watch this. I love this story. It's so interesting.


                • thedude-abides • 3 years ago

                  Tried to watch this one a few times, but couldn't sit through it... Maybe one day I'll make amends.


                  • bnchile • 3 years ago

                    it sinks.... right.... no dont tell me... it does though right... it does... i knew it


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