Dorothy Gibson, a silent film star, went on to big fame after making Saved From the Titanic, a movie about her experiences on the doomed cruiseliner. After her film career slowed, she moved to Europe, where she later found herself in a Nazi concentration camp and, once again, lived to talk about it. Patrick Jones has more on the story of a woman's life full of unlucky luck.
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