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|Named Person:||T E Lawrence; Faysal, King of Irag|
|Document Type:||Visual material|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Sam Spiegel; David Lean; Robert Bolt; Michael Wilson; Maude Spector; Dario Simoni; John Wilson-Apperson; Paddy Cunningham; Charles Parker; A G Scott; Cliff Richardson; Anne V Coates; Winston Ryder; Nicolas Roeg; John Box; John Stoll; Phyllis Dalton; Freddie Young; Maurice Jarre; Gerard Schurmann; Adrian Boult, Sir; Alec Guinness; Anthony Quinn; Jack Hawkins; José Ferrer; Anthony Quayle; Claude Rains; Arthur Kennedy; Donald Wolfit; Omar Sharif; Peter O'Toole; Howard Marion-Crawford; Horizon Pictures (GB) Ltd.; Shepperton Studios.; Columbia Pictures Corporation.; London Philharmonic Orchestra.; Columbia Pictures Industries.
"Based on the life and writings of T.E. Lawrence"--AFI catalog, 1961-1970.
Bracketed credits were supplied from: AFI catalog, 1961-1970. Screenwriting credit for blacklisted screenwriter Michael Wilson did not appear on the film at the time of initial release.
Additional credits for restored version: restoration produced by Robert A. Harris and Jim Painten; editorial consultant, Anne V. Coates; sound consultant, Richard L. Anderson; rerecording mixer, Gregg Landaker.
"RCA Sound Recording. Technicolor. Photographed in Super-Panavision 70."
"Approved, MPAA, certificate no. 20334."
Copyright: Horizon Pictures (G.B.) Ltd.; 19Dec62; LP25769. Copyright notice on film: Restored version, c1989, Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc. Copyright notice on DVD: c1962, renewed 1990, Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc.
Winner, 1962 Academy Award (best picture, director, cinematography, art direction, costume design, sound, editing, music).
"The Motion Picture Code and Rating Administration has judged this motion picture G."
|Credits:||Production manager, John Palmer; location manager, Douglas Twiddy; casting director, Maude Spector; set dresser, Dario Simoni; wardrobe, John Wilson-Apperson; asst. art directors, R. Rossotti, T. Marsh, G. Richardson, A. Rimmington; property master, Eddie Fowlie; chief electrician, Archie Dansie. Camera operator, Ernest Day; assistant director, Roy Stevens; continuity, Barbara Cole; sound recording, Paddy Cunningham; sound dubbing, John Cox; make up, Charles Parker; hairdresser, A.G. Scott; construction manager, Peter Dukelow; construction assistant, Fred Bennett; special effects, Cliff Richardson. Editor, Anne V. Coates; sound editor, Winston Ryder; second unit direction, AndreÌ Smagghe, Noel Howard; second unit photographer, Skeets Kelly, Nicolas Roeg, Peter Newbrook. Production designed by John Box; art director, John Stoll; costume designer, Phyllis Dalton. Director of photography, F.A. Young. Music composed by Maurice Jarre; orchestrations by Gerard Schurmann; played by the London Philharmonic Orchestra, conductor, Sir Adrian Boult.|
|Cast:||Starring Alec Guinness (Prince Feisal), Anthony Quinn (Auda abu Tayi), Jack Hawkins (General Allenby), José Ferrer (Turkish Bey), Anthony Quayle (Colonel Brighton), Claude Rains (Mr. Dryden), Arthur Kennedy (Jackson Bentley). I.S. Johar (Gasim), Gamil Ratib (Majid), Michel Ray (Farraj), Zia Mohyeddin (Tafas), John Dimech (Daud) and Donald Wolfit (General Murray), with Omar Sharif as Ali (Sherif Ali). Introducing Peter O'Toole as T.E. Lawrence. Howard Marion Crawford (medical officer); Jack Gwillim (club secretary); Hugh Miller (R.A.M.C. colonel). [Kenneth Fortescue (Allenby's aide); Stuart Saunders (regimental sergeant-major); Fernando Sancho (Turkish sergeant); Henry Oscar (reciter); Norman Rossington (Corporal Jenkins); John Ruddock (Elder Harith); M. Cher Kaoui, Mohammed Habachi].|
|Event notes:||Set in Arabia, in 1915. Location scenes filmed in Saudi Arabia.|
|Other Titles:||Lawrence of Arabia.|
|Responsibility:||produced by Horizon Pictures (GB) Ltd. ; completed at Shepperton Studios ; the Sam Spiegel-David Lean production ; screenplay by Robert Bolt ; produced by Sam Spiegel ; directed by David Lean.|
- Lawrence, T. E. -- (Thomas Edward), -- 1888-1935 -- Drama.
- Faysal -- I, -- King of Irag, -- 1885-1833 -- Drama.
- World War, 1914-1918 -- Campaigns -- Arabian Peninsula -- Drama.
- Bedouins -- Drama.
- Wahhābīyah -- Saudi Arabia -- Drama.
- Arab countries -- History -- Arab Revolt, 1916-1918 -- Drama.
- Saudi Arabia.