Sixth Officer James Moody
- Film Portrayals

Despite the critical role Sixth Officer Moody played, especially during the iceberg collison, he is sadly absent from many films. The 1953 'Titanic' has an unnamed 'junior officer take Fleet's call, while the 1956 television version of 'A Night to Remember' has Murdoch answering the call. Similarly, the 1996 TV series 'Titanic' has Fourth officer Boxhall answer Fleet's call. Here are films in which he does appear by name and is credited:

Michael Bryant — A Night to Remember (1958)

Michael Dennis Bryant, CBE (5 April 1928 – 25 April 2002) was a British stage and television actor.

Edward Fletcher - Titanic (1997)

Sixth Officer Moody played by American actor Edward Fletcher, born November 15, 1970 in Boston, Massachusetts, USA. He is 5' 11" (1.8 m) which is exactly the same height as James Moody in real life.

Edward Fletcher as Moody, taking the call from Lookout Frederick Fleet.
He has a cup of tea in his hand.

Edward Fletcher as Moody (left) with First Officer Murdoch (Ewan Stewart), The cup of tea is clearly seen in his hand.

Jonathan Howard - Titanic Mini-series (2012)

Actor Jonathan Howard, also known as Johnny Howard, plays the Sixth officer.

Jonathan Howard during the collision sequence taking the call from the lookouts.

Johnny Howard is 6' (1.83 m) tall - slightly taller than the real Moody.