Lawrance of Arabia DVD

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This remarkable film follows the struggles of T.E. Lawrence (played by Peter O'Toole - My Favourite Year The Last Emperor) in uniting the hostile Arab factions during the First World War and leading them to victory over the ruling Turkish Empire. The film was released originally in 1962 to huge critical acclaim winning 7 Academy Awards including Best Picture and Best Director for David Lean.

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Released
11 May 2011
Directors
Actors
Format
DVD 
Publisher
Sony Pictures Home Entertainment 
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Runtime
217 minutes 
Features
PAL 
Barcode
5051159205803 
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Please note this is a region 2 DVD and will require a region 2 (Europe) or region Free DVD Player in order to play. This remarkable film follows the struggles of T.E. Lawrence (played by Peter O'Toole - My Favourite Year, The Last Emperor) in uniting the hostile Arab factions during the First World War and leading them to victory over the ruling Turkish Empire. The film was released originally in 1962 to huge critical acclaim, winning 7 Academy Awards, including Best Picture and Best Director for David Lean.

David Lean's Oscar-winning biopic stars Peter O'Toole as T.E. Lawrence, the Oxford-educated British Army officer who aided the Arabs in their revolt against the Turks. Teaming up with Sherif Ali (Omar Sharif), Lawrence crosses an inhospitable desert in order to join two separate Arab tribes together as a single fighting force. Aiming to achieve Arab sovereignty, he wins a series of military victories but always keeps his eye on the larger picture, doing his best to prevent the subjection of the Arabs to British colonial rule. The film won seven Academy Awards including Best Picture and Best Director.