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"Great Performances" A Dangerous Man: Lawrence After Arabia (1992)

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Tim Rose Price (writer)
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Original Air Date:
18 April 1992
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Plot:
Lawrence and Feisal go to argue for Arab independence at the 1919 Paris Peace Conference. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
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Political Lawrence, but very interesting, engrossing See more (8 total) »

Cast

 (Episode Cast) (in credits order) (verified as complete)

Ralph Fiennes ... T. E. Lawrence

Alexander Siddig ... Feisal (as Siddig El Fadil)
Denis Quilley ... Lord Curzon

Nicholas Jones ... Lord Dyson

Roger Hammond ... Valence

Peter Copley ... Maitland

Paul Freeman ... Dumont

Polly Walker ... Mme. Dumont
Gillian Barge ... Gertrude Bell

Jim Carter ... Meinertzhagen

Michael Cochrane ... Winston Churchill
Robert Arden ... Wilson
Arnold Diamond ... Clemenceau
Bernard Lloyd ... Lloyd George
Keith Edwards ... Fleischmann
Ray Edwards ... Chauvel
Ian Targett ... Administrator
Jack Ellis ... Security Guard
Adam Henderson ... Lowell Thomas
George Innes ... English Reporter
Kerry Shale ... American Reporter
John Moreno ... French Reporter
Clive Llewellyn ... Abyssinian
Tariq Alibai ... Hejeris
Nicholas Tennant ... Spratt
Mark Spalding ... Prince
Patrick Pearson ... Protocol Official
Merelina Kendall ... Lawrence's Mother
Ann Rich ... Mrs. Wilson

Caroline Lena Olsson ... French Cleaner
Michael Fleming ... Carlton Manager
Terry Coates ... Carlton Receptionist
Charles Rogers ... Churchill's Secretary
Alain Debray ... Major Domo
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Corey Johnson ... Reporter (uncredited)

Episode Crew
Directed by
Christopher Menaul 
 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Tim Rose Price  writer

Produced by
Celia Bannerman .... associate producer
Uberto Pasolini .... producer
David Puttnam .... producer
Brenda Reid .... producer
Marion Lear Swaybill .... executive producer
Colin Vaines .... producer
 
Original Music by
Michel Sanvoisin (uncredited)
 
Cinematography by
Witold Stok 
 
Film Editing by
David Rees 
 
Casting by
Celia Bannerman 
 
Costume Design by
Claudie Castine 
 
Production Management
Trevor Ingman .... production manager
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Mary Soan .... first assistant director
 
Music Department
Michel Sanvoisin .... conductor
Michel Sanvoisin .... music arranger
 
Other crew
D. Dominic Devine .... double (as Dominic Devine)
Mimi Irving .... researcher
 

Series Crew
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Directed by
John Doyle 
John Glenmeister (episode "Man Who Married a French Wife, the")
Nick Havinga (episode "Girls in Their Summer Dresses") (episode "Monument, The")
 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Marion J. Caffey  creator
Daniel Ezralow  creator
Josh Groban  creator

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Argentina:107 min
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Did You Know?

Trivia:
Last film of 'Robert Ardern (I)'.See more »
Quotes:
T. E. Lawrence:All men dream; but not equally. Those who dream by night in the dusty recesses of their minds Awake to find that it was vanity; But the dreamers of day are dangerous men. That they may act their dreams with open eyes to make it possible.See more »
Movie Connections:
Follows Lawrence of Arabia (1962)See more »
Soundtrack:
CanzonettaSee more »

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13 out of 13 people found the following review useful.
Political Lawrence, but very interesting, engrossing, 27 May 2007
Author: malcotoro from Canada

I have seen the film again, read the other reviews and I too consider this movie excellent in its own right, the stars are spot on and the acting very believable. It is a definite companion piece to Lean's "Lawrence of Arabia", I have the 2 DVDs side by side in my collection at home. It might not have the trainwrecks and the battles with the Turks, but the politics of the time are very important, also very interesting, emphasised more strongly in this film than "Lawrence of Arabia". History buffs will lean toward this film I feel, as I have done. You will not even notice it was made for TV, the story is so gripping. Ralph Fiennes is remarkable in the role of T.E.Lawrence, working as translator and for the Arab cause, King Feisal perfectly portrayed by the young actor Alexander Siddiq, the others the politicians including Michael Cochrane as Winston Churchill are first rate, Nicholas Jones as Lord Dyson is chilling. To sum up, extremely good, an important and interesting film (not dry as someone said, the translation scenes, the speeches for world leaders had me on the edge of my seat) One has to look back at history to understand what is going on today. In the main, all the historical facts are in place here, and therefore one can at least, partially understand the complex situation in the region in our present age as we tune in to the News. Comment from Malcolm in Toronto, May 27th 2007

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