Quartermaster George Thomas Rowe Quotes in A Night to Remember (1958)
Quartermaster George Thomas Rowe Quotes:
Quartermaster George Thomas Rowe: [after firing off the last of the distress rockets in a desperate attempt to attract the attention of the "Californian"] That's the last one, sir.
Captain Edward J. Smith: No reply to your signals?
Quartermaster George Thomas Rowe: No sir. I think the bastards must be asleep.
Captain Edward J. Smith: Report to Mister Murdoch. He's shorthanded.
Quartermaster George Thomas Rowe: Aye aye, sir.
Fourth Officer Joseph Boxhall: [peering through his binoculars as he and Rowe are desperately trying to contact the "Californian" through rockets and the morse lamp] Maybe someone tried to signal, but I can't make any sense out of it.
Quartermaster George Thomas Rowe: Could be a masthead light flickering, couldn't it sir?
Fourth Officer Joseph Boxhall: [frustrated and angry at the other ship's blindness] If I had a gun, I'd put a *shell* into him-!
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Characters on A Night to Remember (1958)
- First Class Passenger
- Captain Edward J. Smith
- Mrs. Sylvia Lightoller
- Second Officer Charles Herbert Lightoller
- Capt. Arthur Rostron
- Maj. Arthur Peuchen
- Chief Baker Charles Joughin
- Steerage steward
- Wireless Operator Harold Thomas Cottam
- Mr. Isador Straus
- Col. Archibald Gracie
- Mrs. Straus
- Benjamin Guggenheim
- Capt. Stanley Lord
- Second Officer Herbert Stone
- Mrs. Clarke
- Mr. Clarke
- Lady Richard
- Sir Richard
- Robbie Lucas
- Fourth Officer Joseph Boxhall
- Mr. Yates
- Chief Engineer Joseph Bell
- Apprentice James Gibson
- Mr. Hoyle
- Sixth Officer James Moody
- Edith Evans
- Mrs. Brown
- Margaret Brown
- First Officer William Murdoch
- Lookout Frederick Fleet
- Martin Gallagher
- Mr. Murphy
- Man on upturned lifeboat
- Dining saloon steward
- Assistant Wireless Operator Harold Bride
- Wireless Operator Cyril Evans
- Third Officer Charles Groves
- Mr. Bull, man on train
- Mr. James Farrell
- Seaman at steerage gate
- Closing crawl
- John Wesley Woodward
- Wallace Hartley - Orchestra Leader
- Mrs. Liz Lucas