Lawrence of Arabia
Lawrence of Arabia is a British epic movie from 1962, based on the life of T. E. Lawrence. It stars Peter O'Toole as the title character, along with Omar Sharif and Alec Guinness. The opening scene of the movie shows Lawrence dying in a motorcycle accident. The movie then goes into a series of flashbacks (past events) from his life.
|Lawrence of Arabia|
|Directed by||David Lean|
|Written by||T. E. Lawrence (writings)|
Michael Wilson (blacklisted)
|Produced by||Sam Spiegel|
|Edited by||Anne V. Coates|
|Music by||Maurice Jarre|
|Distributed by||Columbia Pictures|
|December 10, 1962 (UK)|
December 16, 1962 (USA)
|Language||English / Arabic / Turkish|
|Budget||$15 million (estimated)|
The 1982 movie Gandhi follows the story pattern of Lawrence of Arabia's: after the main character dies at the start, it moves into a series of flashbacks from Gandhi's life.
Lawrence of Arabia won seven Academy Awards, one of them for Best Picture.
A director's cut of the movie, running at 216 minutes, has no women talking in it.