Time Listings: Jan. 11, 1963

David and Lisa, shot for less than $200,000 by a man and his wife (Director Frank and Scenarist Eleanor Perry) who had never made a movie before, tells the anguishing and tender story of two psychotic adolescents (Keir Dullea and Janet Margolin) who meet in the pit of madness and help each other to climb out.

Lawrence of Arabia. A handsome new comer named Peter O'Toole is the star of this great big beautiful $10,000,000 spectacle—produced by Sam Spiegel and directed by David Lean—that describes the amazing adventures of a peculiar young Englishman who...

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