Dorothy Gibson was a cover girl-turned-film goddess who boasted of an older married lover and a seemingly grand future. She later described the collision with the iceberg as a "simple jar" that people barely noticed. But not too long after that "jar" she found herself freezing in a lifeboat and tumbling into hysteria. Back on land, she almost immediately got on another boat, a decrepit freighter in New York Harbor, and reenacted her last moments on the Titanic for a film crew eager to make a fortune. The movie, now lost, did well. Gibson, sadly, did not.