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The wooden door frame at the end of "Titanic" to be auctioned for $40,000

11:25, March 4

The wooden door frame at the end of "Titanic" to will auctioned for $40,000, and auctioneers have revealed it measures 8ft long and 41in wide – big enough for both Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet to have fitted on top, Daily Mail writes. 

In the iconic scene, Jack freezes to death in the water as he sacrifices himself to keep Rose safe on the panel.

Audiences have repeatedly debated the film's ending, with some fans even producing recreations of the prop to demonstrate that both could have survived.

Titanic director James Cameron has previously defended the scene, saying the raft would have sunk beneath the weight of the couple and that Jack 'had to die' as the story was a tragedy.

The life raft was inspired by a real piece of debris salvaged from the 1912 disaster. The prop was not a door as is commonly believed, but was crafted to resemble part of an ornate wooden door frame from the real-life Titanic's first-class lounge.


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