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After two hours of an old woman describing her life onboard the Titanic to a group of strangers (and for some reason, going into graphic detail about the time she posed nude and fucked a guy in the backseat of a car), Titanic finally gets to the disaster portion of the film. You know, the part where over 1,500 real people suffered a violent, icy death. That’s when the deleted scene would have shown us Molly Brown (played by Kathy Bates) sitting in the bar on the Titanic, asking the bartender for “more ice.” Right then, an iceberg appears in the window behind her. It’s either a terrible visual gag, or a clue to audiences that Molly Brown possesses God-like ice-summoning powers we should all fear and worship. Either way, it would have pushed the film into a whole other part of the Netflix catalog.

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