|“||It's interesting. The young lady slipped so suddenly and you still had time to remove your jacket and your shoes.||„|
|~ Lovejoy talking to Jack after he rescued Rose.|
|“||what could possibly be funny?||„|
|~ Lovejoy asking Cal what is so funny.|
Spicer Lovejoy was the secondary antagonist in James Cameron's hit 1997 film Titanic. He is Cal Hockley's personal valet and bodyguard that will protect him at all costs.
He was portrayed by David Warner.
Role in the movie
Lovejoy is always seen behind his master, Cal Hockley, watching everything closely. 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. After the Titanic hits an iceberg, Lovejoy locks Jack to a pipe, again keeping his eye on him. However, the ship soon begins to sink, Lovejoy is left with no choice but to leave to the lifeboats. But when he reaches Cal on the ship's deck, he is quickly left behind by him, and is not seen again until a scene where he is seen clinging to the ship's bow when the Titanic breaks in two.
Lovejoy is always loyal to Cal, never leaving his side. He also keeps a very close look on Rose, whenever Cal tells him to. However, Lovejoy is a little too loyal, to the point of getting himself killed aboard the ship because he thought Cal would come back for him. 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 Atlantic Ocean.
- In a deleted scene, Jack engages Lovejoy in a fight after running away form Cal in the flooded 1st Class Dining Saloon. The result was a scar on his face, which is seen on Lovejoy's face when the Titanic breaks in half.