WR072 – ‘Lawrence of Arabia’ in 70 mm


This week we welcome Paul M. Cobb, Professor of Islamic History at the University of Pennsylvania and author of ‘The Race for Paradise’, to discuss David Lean’s epic film ‘Lawrence of Arabia’ which we all saw in 70 mm at the Museum of the Moving Image. As a special feature, friend of the show Nick Stevens joins us to reenact an exchange between David Lean and Peter O’Toole. Enjoy.

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LAWRENCE OF ARABIA, Peter O'Toole, David Lean, 1962, crane


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