I have copied this from your Titanic user page; know I have said this before, but I suggest that "tragic villain" be removed from Adolf Hitler. Hitler may have been abused by his father when he was a boy but the same exact happens to many people, both good and bad. And let's not forget the saying, "bad things happen to EVERYBODY"; if we were to put "tragic villain" on every bad person who had something bad that happened to them in their lives, the Wiki loses all credibility. I suggest the same category be removed from Goebbels and Stalin, and Charles Manson and Ted Bundy. I also suggest removing "heroes turned to the dark side" as well; Hitler may have fought in World War 1, but so did EVERYONE ELSE. I know I have been doing this for years, but it has always brothered me.
I have an idea; can you copy and paste the above paragraph up on the Hitler talk page, so that people can see the suggestion? They could put it to a vote as to whether to keep or delete the catrgories.
Why did you remove the post for Natalie Dormer's death at the hands of Col. Tavington in "The Tudors" from her page?
The Tudors: unknown episode/date [Anne Boleyn]:  Stabbed through the ribcage by Jason Isaacs as Col.William Tavington in an imagined sequence as she walks among a crowd. Her reaction is shown, then the knife going in, she falls to her knees and then there's a full shot as she dies on the floor. Starts at timecode 3:09 on the youtube video "October/April ~ Col.William Tavington/ Anne Boleyn"
1. There was a incident with R. Norris Williams when freed a trapped passenger from a cabin by breaking down a door. He was reprimanded by a steward, who threatened to fine him for damaging White Star Line property.
What accent have Steward Taylor? He is from Essex but Spotlight Profesional page says that he can use those accents: American-New York, American-Southern States, American-Standard, Australian, Birmingham, Cockney*, Dutch, Essex, Irish-Northern, Liverpool, London, Manchester, Mid-Atlantic, Northern, RP, West Country
Murdoch was with Rose in the ending of Titanic, as James Cameron has said: his depiction of Murdoch is that of an "honorable man," not of a man "gone bad" or of a "cowardly murderer." He added, "I'm not sure you'd find that same sense of responsibility and total devotion to duty today. This guy had half of his lifeboats launched before his counterpart on the port side had even launched one. That says something about character and heroism."
To answer both questions, some of the stewards in Third Class were not experienced with the many hallways inside the ship. Maybe the stewards in the mini-series and Turnbull couldn't keep in track with each other once the male passengers escaped from below decks.
1. Do you think that two stewards on Turnbull's side died together? BTW: Can you add pages of their portrayers, here? I identified them (Stewards and Seamen): Péter Katona, Krisztián Czirják and László Szili. György Kívés survived.
1. Well doors from cupboard were locked but Turnbull said to Paolo: They're round that corner, last door at the end.
He came from some corridor. Is possible he want check if they're are still locked up? Maybe he was curious and wish knew their reaction once water start flooding place. Then he just leave them, only to meet Paolo.
I still wonder what Turnbull did down so long until it flooded. He wasn't there just for fun. Do you have some ideas? I know I earlier asked but do you have some more theories? I will much appreciated.
I really cannot say. I do know the main reason they didn't all survive: according to Paul Maugé, he claimed that the restaurant staff were not allowed on deck due to the fact they were dressed as passengers. The two female cashiers were allowed on deck and into Lifeboat #6