A shockingly lithe Robert De Niro stars as Monroe Stahr, a 1930s studio executive based on Irving Thalberg (a prolific producer who died at the age of 37, presumably from overwork). Stahr has lost loves in the past and a crushing chip on his shoulder in the present. He's a workhorse, but he wants something more out of life.
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Based on the autobiographical writing of British officer T.E. Lawrence during World War I, Lawrence of Arabia depicts Lawrence (played by then-unknown actor Peter O'Toole) as a lieutenant lacking any sort of military discipline whatsoever. Bored with his assignment of coloring maps for the British Army in a dimly lit headquarters building, Lawrence jumps at the opportunity to be re-assigned as an observer for an Arabian prince fighting against the Turkish army. Lawrence quickly sees just how caring and great these desert dwelling people can be and ends up rallying the various tribes together to fight the Turks and help the British turn the tide of World War I.
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The trio were arrested as part of a police drugs raid on Bruce's Hollywood home, where the comic had been shooting up just minutes earlier - after a night out with his new pals.
A sober Sharif decided to use his phone call to call legendary Tinseltown producer Sam Spiegel and ask for help.
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The former president was believed by some to have been suffering from dementia during his second term in office from 1984 to 1988.
Pop fans looking forward to their summer holidays will be pleased to hear the news...