What are your favorite films involving Ocean Liners? Mine are definately Now Voyager, from 1942, starring Bette Davis, Claude Rains, and Paul Henried. Her wardrobe is immaculate, the acting superb, and the cinemetography seems very ahead of it's time. One quote in particular said by her mother: "Could we try to remember that we're hardly commercial travelers? It's bad enough to have to associate with these tourists on board." Which prompts Charlotte (Bette Davis) to branch out and see the sites. Then, of course, there is Shall We Dance with Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers, 1937, which has the scene with Fred Dancing in a very cleaned up Art Deco-ified steam room of the ship, the famous roller skating number, and another dance number with one of my favorite dresses in classic film: What are yours?