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‘Titanic’ sailing back into select theaters for one week starting Dec. 1

The Associated Press
| Wednesday, November 15, 2017 1:30 p.m
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In this undated image released by Henry Aldridge And Son Autioneers, Saturday April 26, 2014, showing the envelope, part of a letter written by Esther Hart and her seven-year-old daughter Eva as they sailed aboard RMS Titanic in April 1912, shortly before the ship struck an iceberg and sank in the North Atlantic Ocean with 15,00 souls. Esther Hart survived, and so did the letter she wrote because her husband put the letter inside the pocket of his coat which he gave to his wife to keep warm, giving exquisite details about the voyage aboard the ill-fated Titanic.
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An undated handout reproduction of a letter released in London by Henry Aldridge and Son Auctioneers on April 1, 2014, shows a page of the only known letter to have been written on board the Titanic on the day the liner struck an iceberg and sank.
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In this undated image released by Henry Aldridge And Son Autioneers, Saturday April 26, 2014, showing part of a letter written by Esther Hart and her seven-year-old daughter Eva as they sailed aboard RMS Titanic in April 1912, shortly before the ship struck an iceberg and sank in the North Atlantic Ocean with 15,00 souls. Hart survived, and so did the letter she wrote because her husband put the letter inside the pocket of his coat which he gave to his wife to keep warm, giving exquisite details about the voyage aboard the ill-fated Titanic.
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Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet in a scene from 'Titanic.'

Twenty years after Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet fell in love on that doomed ship, “Titanic” is sailing back into theaters for one week.

Dolby Laboratories, Paramount Pictures and AMC Theaters said Wednesday that a re-mastered version of the James Cameron film will be shown at select AMC locations nationwide starting Dec. 1. Cameron says it is the best-looking version of “Titanic” ever released. Currently the only Pennsylvania theater showing the film is in Bensalem, north of Philadelphia.

Cameron’s “Titanic” grossed more than $2 billion at the box office and won 11 Academy Awards including best picture and best director.

Tickets are on sale now, and include a digital download of the movie.

Details: amctheatres.com/titanic

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