It recently came out that the actual door that Kate Winslet's character was floating on in Titanic was sold to a museum for $718,000.

My co-host Logan highlighted that story in our feature, "Famous People Doin' Stuff". He off-handedly made the comment that the door was the most iconic prop in the movie.

I obviously chirped back that he was incorrect. It is 100% the heart of the ocean necklace. It is featured all throughout the movie, and if you saw it standing alone, you would know exactly what it is, unlike the door!

I mean, Britney Spears referenced the Heart of the Ocean in her 2000 hit music video for "Oops!...I Did It Again!". If that doesn't scream "monumental pop culture artifact", I am not sure what does.

My wedding band has Sapphires in it. That's how much this piece of jewelry and movie have affected my life.

We asked our listeners which prop they thought was the most iconic from the movie, and it is a nation divided.

Some people felt like the door was the more important part of the movie, because if it wasn't for the door, Rose wouldn't be alive to share her story. Also, there was the whole conversation on whether or not the door was big enough to fit both Jack and Rose together, but that's a debate for another day.

I think the scene where Rose asks Jack to draw her like one of his French girls wearing ONLY the heart of the ocean is one of the most iconic scenes of all time, not to mention that it's Kate and Leo in their absolute prime:

That necklace trumps the door, and any other movie prop, for that matter. I will die on this hill.

What do you think?

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