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A Dangerous Man: Lawrence After Arabia (8 May 1992)

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Lawrence and Feisal go to argue for Arab independence at the 1919 Paris Peace Conference.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Feisal (as Siddig El Fadil)
Denis Quilley ...
Lord Curzon
Lord Dyson
Mme. Dumont
Gillian Barge ...
Robert Arden ...
Arnold Diamond ...
Bernard Lloyd ...
Keith Edwards ...


In 1919, the great English military man T. E. Lawrence tries to help the king of the Syrian in the Conference of Peace in Paris. The film shows the hero of the movie Lawrence of Arabia (1962) in a phase of reflection and politics, defending the Arabs against the pretensions of England and France. Written by <>

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Last film of Arnold Diamond. See more »


T. E. Lawrence: I loved you, so I drew these tides of men into my hands and wrote my will across the sky in stars, To gain you Freedom, the seven-pillared worthy house, that your eyes might be shining for me, when I came.
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Follows Lawrence of Arabia (1962) See more »


Pomp and Circumstance March No.1
Music by Edward Elgar
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Tasteful and accurate
1 January 2004 | by (Bracebridge Ont) – See all my reviews

This film is a wonderful glimpse into the stiff and devious world of frock coated 1919 diplomacy. I agree with those who already have said it is a wonderful companion piece for the more well known film about T.E. Lawrence. Fiennes gives a very deep and effective interpretation of the complex Lawrence. The recreations of Clemenceau, Wilson and Lloyd George are powerful indeed. The Versailles treaty is almost ancient history even though it had much to do with shaping today's complicated world. This film brings it into the present (or maybe us into the past). Perhaps not everybody's cup of tea but well worth seeing if you like twentieth century history, good acting and fine British television.

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