Lawrence of Arabia: Episode IX: The Motorcycle Menace: Special Edition
When Sherif Ali first appears, visiting his well, he is chased off by the sound of some guy yelling in a parking lot. After he leaves, Lawrence and his guide emerge, unhurt, from behind a rock.
Prince Faisal has no eyebrows. This alteration makes no sense unless you’ve also seen the revised Doctor Zhivago, which explains how Prince Faisal lost his eyebrows to frostbite.
After Lawrence rescues Gasim from the Nefud Desert, Gasim tries to shoot Lawrence at point blank range, but rather improbably still manages to miss. Lawrence returns fire, killing Gasim in self-defense.
The Arab alliance passes several wacky dinosaurs as they storm Aqaba, adding some much-needed physical comedy to an otherwise tense scene.
Sherif Ali steps on the Turkish Bey’s foot, adding some much-needed physical comedy to an otherwise tense scene.
After his imprisonment at the hands of the Turkish Bey, Lawrence blinks a lot more, causing his compatriots to feel uneasy around him.
When attacking the retreating Turkish soldiers, Lawrence does not issue a battle cry. In a later revision of the film, the original “No Prisoners!” battle cry is restored.
All of the signs in Damascus have been changed to Aurebesh.
Lawrence is discouraged because politics in Arab-controlled Damascus has devolved into a rather awful musical number.
Near the end of the film, General Allenby, played by Jack Hawkins, has been digitally replaced by a much younger-looking random different General played by Hayden Christensen.
As Lawrence is driven away in a staff car, you hear the random General screaming “No! Noooo!” although he’s not actually in the scene. The last two alterations make no sense even if you’ve seen the revised A Passage to India, also featuring Hayden Christensen, where this random General character is revealed to be General Allenby at a younger and more obnoxious age.