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Nick Folkman - Los Angeles
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Posts tagged with "David Lean."
"Throughout shooting, [producer Sam] Spiegel continued to feign heart attacks whenever he wasn’t happy with the way things were going. At one point, he had himself strapped to a stretcher and flown by Red Cross helicopter to the desert location. Attendants carried him to Lean, to whom he said, “Don’t worry about anything, David — not the budget, not the schedule, not my health. The picture — the picture is all that counts!” Then he was flown back out."
Frank Miller, “Behind the Camera on Lawrence of Arabia” (via greenkneehighs)
Posted on March 1st, 2014 at 9:28 AM
Tags ~ Lawrence of Arabia ~ David Lean ~ Sam Spiegel ~ Frank Miller ~ bts
Reblogged from greenkneehighs

"Good films can be made only by a crew of dedicated maniacs."
David Lean (via thetruefreemo)

Peter O’Toole and others on the set of Lawrence of Arabia. (1962)

We were doing it under the most extraordinary circumstances, but the first out of the tent in the morning would be David Lean. He said to me on the very first day of shooting, Pete, this is the beginning of a great adventure.

Posted on December 24th, 2013 at 7:09 AM
Tags ~ Lawrence of Arabia ~ Peter O'Toole ~ David Lean ~ bts
Reblogged from greenkneehighs

Peter O’Toole behind the scenes of Lawrence of Arabia (1962)

-Gasim’s time is come Lawrence, it is written.

-Nothing is written.

cinephilearchive:

The screenplay of Lawrence of Arabia by Robert Bolt [pdf]. 

cinephilearchive:

The screenplay of Lawrence of Arabia by Robert Bolt [pdf]. 

Posted on September 6th, 2013 at 10:31 AM
Tags ~ Lawrence of Arabia ~ Robert Bolt ~ David Lean ~ Screenwriting
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Reblogged from cinephiliabeyond

toshiromifunes:

Yes, it was my privilege to know him and to make him known to the world. He was a poet, a scholar and a mighty warrior.

Lawrence of Arabia (1962)