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Does anyone know if there are any transcripts available from any of the interviews with the cast available? (Kate on Rosie, Leo on The Late Show etc.) Or if there are any articles with interviews from the cast and James Cammeron?

-- Rachel Bergman (, January 20, 1998


Response to Transcripts?

I'm sure they are available but you will have to contact the networks that these shows are on and ask for them. Also be prepared to pay for them as they do not give them away!

-- Peter Nivling (, January 20, 1998.

Response to Transcripts?

Most talk shows are transcribed by two services. On is called Journal Graphics; I can't think of the name of the other service right now. Usually the name and toll-free phone number are given at the end of the show. So check out the end of the show you are interested in and watch for the phone number to call. Sometimes it includes the price you'll have to pay. And you should provide them with the date of the show as well. If I remember correctly, the transcripts usually run in the $10-$25 range, depending on how long the show is (30 vs. 60 minutes, etc.). Good luck.

-- Kathleen Marcaccio (, January 25, 1998.

Response to Transcripts?

A transcript of Oprah Winfrey's "Titanic" show which aired on January 20, 1998 can be ordered from the following source: Burrelle's Information Services, (800)877-8398 in the U.S. and Canada, (801)374-1022 other countries. The cost is $5.00; MasterCard, VISA, and American Express accepted. By mail, contact: Burelle's Transcripts, Dept. I, P.O. Box 7, Livingston, NJ 07039-0007.

For more information on transcripts for other shows, check Burrell's website at and go to the Broadcast Transcripts page.

-- Kathleen Marcaccio (, January 26, 1998.

Response to Transcripts?


The toll-free telephone number for Burrelle's Transcripts is 800-777-8398.

The URL to access their site is:

The cost of the transcript is $5.00 plus $3.00 for postage and handling.

When you call, you will be asked to leave a message with your name, address, phone number, credit card number and expiration date, and the show name, air date, and subject.

-- Kathleen Marcaccio (, January 26, 1998.

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Found a transcript of the Larry King interview with James Cameron, Jim Ballard, and Don Lynch (author Titanic:An Illustrated History) that aired on 12/24/97 and again 1/10/98. Wish I'd seen it...

The keenest part is that Ballard, Lynch, and King loved the movie!


-- crystal smithwick (, January 30, 1998.

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I just finished reading the transcript from the Larry King Show. It was awesome!! I just love the fact that Ballard **LOVES** this movie, he even said that he would watch it again and again. So we're not in such bad company huh!?

Did anyone notice the remark about the cast doing a curtain call? I haven't stayed throught the credits before. Is it true, do they do a curtain call at the very end of the movie???

-- Caron (, January 30, 1998.

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The "curtain call" that Larry King refers to is the last scene in the movie, where we see the stairwell, clock, and the supporting cast whose characters went down with the ship.

-- Thomas Terashima (, January 30, 1998.

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I was just upstairs playing with my kids when it hit me!! The "curtain call" is the "heaven" scene at the Grand Staircase!! I feel so silly now, I just jumped up and ran back downstairs to fix my goof!! Thanks anyway Tom!!

Here I thought I had missed out on something really unique!

-- Caron (, January 30, 1998.

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-- Anselm Efe (, March 04, 2003.

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-- John Jeanne (, March 11, 2004.

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