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    Lawrence of Arabia (Columbia, 1962). Insert (14" X 36") Roadshow. David Lean's account of the T. E. Lawrence's adventures has become one of the most acclaimed motion pictures in cinematic history; inspiring directors like Steven Spielberg, George Lucas and Martin Scorsese. This monumental epic went on to win Oscars for Best Picture, Director, Sound, Cinematography and others with nominations going to O'Toole for Actor and Shariff for Supporting Actor. This incredible insert features the most desirable art on the film, that of O'Toole attacking on camel. Posters that pre-date the Oscars are the most sought after and bring "premium" prices. This is also the Roadshow version of the insert. This insert is rolled with some minor smudges in the upper three inches of the border and a small stain in the upper right corner. Rolled, Very Fine/ Near Mint.

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