It's interesting..... the young lady slipped so suddenly, and you still had time to remove your jacket and your shoes.
~ Lovejoy commenting over Jack's rescue of Rose.
You know, I do believe the ship may sink. I've been asked to give you this..... small token of our appreciation. (punches Jack) Compliments of Mr. Caledon Hockley.
~ Lovejoy leaving Jack to drown in the sinking ship.

Spicer Lovejoy is the secondary antagonist in James Cameron's hit 1997 film Titanic. He was Cal Hockley's personal valet and bodyguard until the events of the film.

He was portrayed by David Warner, who also portrayed Ra's al Ghul in Batman: The Animated Series, Alpha in Men In Black: The SeriesThe Lobe in Freakazoid, Jon Irenicus in Baldur's Gate 2, both Sark and the MCP in Tron.


Lovejoy is always loyal to Cal, never leaving his side and always aiding him in getting what he wants. He also keeps a very close look on Rose, whenever Cal tells him to. He also is very perceptive when someone is lying, easily noticing Jack's impeccable state when he tells he had to dive to save Rose from the ocean.

Despite his loyalty to Cal, Lovejoy secretly finds Cal to be a despicable man due to the latter's refusal to accept defeat, even quietly calling Cal a 'bastard' for his attempt to kill Jack in front of several passengers and leaving him behind to die.


Lovejoy is always seen behind his master Cal, watching everything closely. He was first seen boarding the RMS Titanic along with Cal, Rose, and Rose's mother Ruth DeWitt Bukater. He is kept throughout the movie as a watcher, keeping Rose away from trouble or a possible pervert. However, once Rose meets Jack and falls in love with him, Lovejoy was assigned by Cal to keep the separated at all costs. Lovejoy even expressed his doubt of the time when Jack saved Rose from slipping at the stern of the ship, unaware that Rose initially attempted to commit suicide before talked out by Jack.

After the Titanic hits an iceberg, Lovejoy helps Cal in framing Jack for a false theft of a rare diamond known as the Heart of the Ocean, even pointing out that the coat that Jack was wearing actually belongs to a first-class passenger named Arthur Ryerson. He has the Master-in-Arms to lock up Jack to a pipe at the E-Decks. As the Master-in-Arms are forced to deal with several people causing havoc due to the sinking, Lovejoy decides to keep his eye on Jack for a while. However, the ship soon begins to sink, and Lovejoy is left with no choice but to leave Jack to die, but not before he punches him in the gut per Cal's request. Lovejoy then heads to the lifeboat deck where he convinced Cal to bribe First Officer William Murdoch to secure a lifeboat seat for himself, though Murdoch later throws back the bribe money to Cal as he wants to oblige to the 'women and children only' rule by Captain Smith's orders. At the same time, Rose manages to free Jack from the flooding E-Decks and refuses to leave him, something which Lovejoy found out after he and Cal spot them on the port side of the ship.

Realizing now that he can't separate both Jack and Rose, Lovejoy decides to let this be and attempts to convince Cal to get on to the lifeboat without Rose. However, Cal refuses to accept his defeat and instead takes Lovejoy's gun in an attempt to kill Jack himself, much to the horror of Lovejoy and several witnessing passengers. As Cal takes refuge on another lifeboat, Lovejoy is quickly left behind with the other panicking passengers. Lovejoy was last seen where he is seen clinging to the ship's stern when the Titanic breaks in two before sinking into the bottom of the ocean, much to his complete shock.

It can be implied that Lovejoy has died following the sinking of the ship along with Jack and the other unfortunate passengers while Rose and five unnamed passengers were rescued. Cal would later join Lovejoy in death by committing suicide after losing his finances to the 1929 Wall Street Crash.





  • In a deleted scene, Cal leaves Lovejoy behind by telling him to catch Jack and Rose so that he can have the diamond for himself, much to Lovejoy's frustration. As such, Jack fights Lovejoy in the flooded 1st Class Dining Saloon and defeats him in combat by punching him in the gut. The result was a scar on Lovejoy's face, which was later seen when the Titanic broke in half. As Jack and Rose escape, Lovejoy is forced to leave the flooded saloon to head back to the boat deck on his own.