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Peter O'Toole

Peter O'Toole

  • Lawrence of Arabia (1962, July 18 (ET) - Reminder REMINDER
  • Great Catherine (1968, August 08 (ET) - Reminder REMINDER
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  • Simply Brilliant

    • Debann1950
    • 2013-04-11

    Mr. O'Toole is truly a master of his craft. The depth, dimension and personality he gives to each of his roles is beyond perfection. In 1963 I fell in love with his T.E. Lawrence, and every role since. Two of my many favorites are Becket and The Lion in Winter. Wonderful interpretations of King Henry II at the very beginning of his reign and approaching the end of his reign. Bravo Mr. O'Toole. You are a wonderful gift to all aspects of the world of the Theater and Theater of the world.

  • A great actor - always

    • kathy
    • 2009-03-29

    Forgive me if I appear emotional - I have loved Peter O'Toole since, as a young girl, I saw "Lawrence of Arabia" (for the 1st time) in April, 1963. His performance is perfection, brilliance, classic, etc., in this great classic film. So beautifully handsome, Peter was born/destined to portray Lawrence. Only a few other legends can this be said of. How he did not win the Best Actor Award for this, one of the greatest performances in the history of film, is one of the greatest mistakes that so-called "Academy" has made (one out of many). It makes me very sad. (He has deserved subsequent wins, of course, but "Lawrence" must be one of the greatest omissions of all time). On the personal side, dear Peter, I wish you knew you have always been my unrequited love.

  • Next Dumbledore?

    • Gale
    • 2009-03-11

    I have not seen him in a while, I loved his movies, he would make a good Dumbledore or other old wizard.

  • A True Hollywood Legend

    • Nehali
    • 2007-02-15

    After seeing Lawrence of Arabia, I finally understood why this man is considered to be one of the finest actors in Hollywood history. Peter O'Toole has everything an audience would want in a leading man, he is charasmatic, has a commanding screen presence, and in his younger years, was perhaps the most beautiful man to ever be seen on film. For me, one of the signs of a great actor, is that after seeing one of his movies, I want to see more of them. Well, after seeing Lawrence of Arabia, I am hooked, and I can't wait to see more of his great performances in other films.

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