If you haven't already spent enough money on Titanic, . . .

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If you haven't already spent enough money on Titanic, now there is a calendar. If you are like me, and felt a little fullish with full size posters hanging in the livingroom, this is perfect.

-- Misty (HiRver@concentric.net), September 22, 1998


I've seen it in the bookstores, but I don't plan to buy it. It ain't cheap and I've got the tapes plus many books on Titanic that I should read.

-- Dan Draghici (ddraghic@sprint.ca), September 23, 1998.

I found it at Target for about $11.50. Most wall calendars run about that much. Only a little less.

-- Misty (HiRver@concentric.net), September 23, 1998.

Actually, there are two Titanic calendars. One is based on the film, but the other is a series of paintings of Titanic by the reknown artist and Titanic historian Ken Marschall, whose Titanic artwork has graced a number of books, including Ballard's "Discovery of the Titanic," and "Titanic: An Illustrated History." (BTW, Ken was the visual historical consultant to James Cameron for the film).

That's the calendar I bought!


-- Kip Henry (kip-henry@ouhsc.edu), September 24, 1998.

The movie calendar is free with the movie at Best Buy.

-- BK (bale@ey.com), September 29, 1998.

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