I have this review :
Chicago Tribune, Wednesday, May 2, 1956, s. 2, p. 9, c. 2:
Previews OF TODAY'S TV
[Some of today's top programs previewed by TV Keys staff of experts in New York and Hollywood]
KRAFT THEATER, 8 pm, channel 5---"A Night to Remember." If you didn't heed your TV key previewer's advice in March, when this brilliant production was originally seen, you have a second chance to watch the Titanic go down. Emphasis is on a panoramic view of the tragedy, with more than 100 actors in the cast. You'll hear the boat's owners declare it unsinkable, then view the disdain with which passengers greeted the improbable news that it struck an iceberg. The final scenes of heroism and panic are realistically staged, thanks to Director George Roy Hill, and the special-effects crew deserves a nod for recreating, then partly flooding "the Titanic." It's on kinescope recording tonight, which won't take away too much of the kaleidoscopic quality achieved by the original "live" production. With Claude Rains as narrator, this is a top-notch documentary.