Costume designer Phyllis Dalton devised a subtle way to indicate TE Lawrence’s failing grip. As the film progresses, his robes become thinner and thinner until they are virtually translucent. (x)
”…We thought we were being very daring at the time: Lawrence and Omar…”
[The very last scene of “Lawrence of Arabia”] was the last scene to be shot in Morocco. Peter O’Toole later recalled it was so brutally hot that while he and the driver (Bryan Pringle) were wearing their uniform tops, their bottoms were another story, and their feet were in buckets of ice.
from The 50th Anniversary of “Lawrence of Arabia”
by Jeremy Arnold (via greenkneehighs
T.E. Lawrence vs Peter O’Toole
A crying David 8 watching Lawrence of Arabia in a deleted scene from Prometheus. The scene will probably be on the DVD. Edit of a cam shot at prometheusforum.net.
telawrence: T.E. Lawrence in camp with Oxford University Officers Training Corps, 1910.
Lawrence of Arabia: A Hero’s Journey by Don Belt, National Geographic, Vol. 195, No. 1, January 1999