//THANKSGIVEAWAY: ‘Lawrence of Arabia’ Blu-Ray and Coffee Table Book
Lawrence of Arabia Giveaway - Blu-Ray, Coffee Table Book

THANKSGIVEAWAY: ‘Lawrence of Arabia’ Blu-Ray and Coffee Table Book

Lawrence of Arabia Giveaway - Blu-Ray, Coffee Table Book

Happy Thanksgiving from your friends at Film Misery!

Later today each of the Film Misery writers will be sharing our five movie-related things to be thankful for this year, but for now we want to continue giving thanks to our readers by offering another great giveaway courtesy of Sony Home Entertainment.

David Lean’s Lawrence of Arabia, one of my favorite films of all-time and essential viewing for any diagnosed movie buff, received its first ever Blu-Ray release last week to commemorate its 50th anniversary. We have one copy of this special features packed 2-disc set to giveaway to one lucky reader. Not only that, but there is also a hardcover coffee table book with 88 pages of beautiful imagery from the iconic film. Here is the summary of the prize pack:

  • Lawrence of Arabia 2-disc Blu-Ray
  • Lawrence of Arabia coffee table book

You can view all of the special features included in the Blu-Ray at the product page on Amazon.

If you have a movie fan on your Christmas shopping list this prize pack will easily win you some extra points with them. Although, I am sure they would understand if you decided to keep this glorious package for yourself.

Both of these fantastic items will go to one winner who fills out the form below with your name and e-mail address. You must reside in North America to be eligible to win. Submissions are due by Friday, November 30th.

General Disclosure: The prize was provided by Sony Home Entertainment. Neither Sony nor its program partners are sponsors, administrators, or involved in any other way with this giveaway. All opinions expressed in the post are my own and not those of Sony. Winner to be chosen by Film Misery.

Alex started Film Misery in early 2009 after living the site’s title for many years. His film obsession began in high school when he and his friends would see all of the Oscar Best Picture nominees and try to make predictions...Full Bio.