Lawrence of Arabia opens with Lawrence’s death in a:
|suicide by jumping|
|friendly fire incident|
Who composed the memorable score for Lawrence of Arabia?
Where is Lawrence’s memorial service held?
|St Martin in the Fields|
|St Paul’s Cathedral|
|the Temple Church|
General Murray says he did not know Lawrence, who had some minor function on his staff in Cairo. Cut to Lawrence:
|typing a report|
|staring through binoculars|
|painting a map|
|waiting outside an office|
Lawrence extinguishes a match with his fingers without flinching. What’s the trick?
|being dashed quick about it|
|moistening his fingertips|
|developing a thick skin|
|not minding that it hurts|
Freddy, the Secretary of the Officer’s Mess, tells Lawrence that he’s a clown. Lawrence responds that we can’t all be:
It is General Murray’s considered opinion, and that of his staff, that the Bedouin are a nation of:
Lawrence explains to his guide Tafas that he is from a fat country:
Tafas is shot by Sharif Ali, who is played by:
Sharif Ali shot Tafas for drinking at his well. Lawrence proclaims that so long as the Arabs flight tribe against tribe, they will be a little people, ____________.
|a rotten people|
|a silly people|
|a weak people|
|an awful people|
Lawrence arrives at Wadi Safra, where Prince Faisal is camped. Testing out the echoes, he sings what music hall song?
|I’m Henery The Eighth, I Am|
|Hello Hello, Who’s Your Lady Friend?|
|The Man Who Broke the Bank at Monte Carlo|
|Oh! It’s A Lovely War|
According to Brighton, Britain is great because it has:
According to Prince Feisal, which Arab city had two miles of public lighting while London was still a village?
Lawrence leads fifty Arabs across the Mefud Desert, the worst place God created. Which one falls off his camel?
Lawrence wins the respect of the Arabs for rescuing Gasim, and is awarded with a set of white robes of:
|a Sherif of the Beni Hanifa|
|a Sherif of the Beni Wadj|
|a Sherif of the Beni Shehr|
|a Sherif of the Beni Khalif|
The leader of the Howeitat, Auda, played by Anthony Quinn describes himself as a _________ to his people.
Lawrence explains that Auda will join Lawrence and loot Aqaba because it is his pleasure. Auda suggests that Lawrence’s mother mated with:
Lawrence and Ferraj arrive in Cairo to pass on the news that they have taken Aqaba. What does Lawrence order at the bar?
|gin and tonic|
Allenby reads Lawrence’s file, which describes him as all of the following except:
Prince Feisal says to the journalist Jackson Bentley that mercy is a passion for Lawrence, but for him it is merely:
Lawrence explains to Bentley that Auda is old-fashioned and believes that cameras will steal his:
Bentley asks Lawrence what attracts him personally to the desert. Lawrence responds that it is:
Auda must find something honourable as plunder. What honourable plunder does he find?
|a treasure chest|
|a white horse|
While the Arabs are arguing, Lawrence decides to bring the Arab Revolt to Daraa, where he claims to be:
Shaken by his capture and torture, Lawrence heads back to Jerusalem where the English soldiers are settling in all right – in fact they have built a:
The unscrupulous General Allenby convinces the half-mad Lawrence to join his big push on Damascus. Lawrence says that the best of the Arabs won’t come for money, but will come for him, while standing in front of a mosaic of:
On seeing a column of retreating Turkish soldiers, what order does Lawrence give?
Lawrence and the Arabs take Damascus before Allenby arrives, and establish the Arab National Council. What does Allenby decide to do?
|throw them out of the city|
|cut off the water supply|
The Arab National Council collapses, and the old men make peace. What does Feisal describe as the vices of old men?
|discussion and compromise|
|experience and resignation|
|mistrust and caution|
|suspicion and fear of one’s own mortality|
Lawrence leaves for England, never to return to the desert. Dryden was the chief architect of the compromise between the English and the Arabs, and on the whole he wishes he’d stayed in: