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Becket (1964) Poster

(1964)

Full Cast & Crew

Directed by 

Peter Glenville

Writing Credits  

Jean Anouilh ... (play)
 
Lucienne Hill ... (play)
 
Edward Anhalt ... (screenplay)

Cast (in credits order) verified as complete  

Richard Burton ... Becket / Thomas Becket
Peter O'Toole ... His King / King Henry II
John Gielgud ... King Louis of France / King Louis VII of France
Gino Cervi ... the Cardinal / Cardinal Zambelli
Paolo Stoppa Paolo Stoppa ... the Pope / Pope Alexander III
Donald Wolfit ... Bishop Folliot
David Weston ... Brother John
Martita Hunt ... Empress Matilda
Pamela Brown ... Queen Eleanor [of Aquitaine]
Percy Herbert ... Baron
Siân Phillips ... Gwendolen (as Sian Phillips)
Inigo Jackson Inigo Jackson ... Robert de Beaumont
Felix Aylmer ... Archbishop of Canterbury
Niall MacGinnis ... Baron
Christopher Rhodes Christopher Rhodes ... Baron
John Phillips ... Bishop of Winchester
Frank Pettingell ... Bishop of York
Véronique Vendell ... French prostitute (as Veronique Vendell)
Jennifer Hilary ... Peasant's Daughter
David Davenport David Davenport
Hamilton Dyce Hamilton Dyce ... Bishop of Chichester
Peter Jeffrey ... Baron
Michael Miller Michael Miller ... Baron
Peter Prowse Peter Prowse ... Baron
Jack Taylor Jack Taylor
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Chris Adcock Chris Adcock ... Sergeant (uncredited)
Michael Anthony ... Courtier (uncredited)
Geoffrey Bayldon ... Brother Philip (uncredited)
Roy Beck ... Young French boy (uncredited)
Dave Clark ... Soldier (uncredited)
George Lane Cooper George Lane Cooper ... Soldier (uncredited)
Ian Cullen ... Servant (uncredited)
Ivor Dean ... Monk (uncredited)
Guy Deghy ... Minor Role (uncredited)
Paul Farrell Paul Farrell ... Farmer (uncredited)
Patrick Halpin Patrick Halpin ... Monk (uncredited)
Laurie Heath Laurie Heath ... Boy (uncredited)
Rose Howlett Rose Howlett ... Farmer's Wife (uncredited)
Magda Konopka ... Girl on Balcony (uncredited)
Gerald Lawson Gerald Lawson ... English Peasant (uncredited)
Wilfrid Lawson ... Old Soldier (uncredited)
Paul Layton Paul Layton ... Boy (uncredited)
Tutte Lemkow ... French Courtier (uncredited)
Linda Marlowe ... Farmer's Daughter (uncredited)
John Moulder-Brown ... Boy (uncredited)
Patrick Newell ... William of Corbeil (uncredited)
Riggs O'Hara Riggs O'Hara ... Prince Henry (uncredited)
Frederick Piper Frederick Piper ... Monk (uncredited)
Steve Plytas Steve Plytas ... Cardinal (uncredited)
Robert Rietty Robert Rietty ... Alexander III (voice) (uncredited)
Alex Scott ... Priest (uncredited)
Terence Soall Terence Soall ... Minor Role (uncredited)
Victor Spinetti ... French Tailor (uncredited)
Graham Stark ... Pope's Secretary (uncredited)
Fred Stroud Fred Stroud ... Church Guard (uncredited)
Elizabeth Taylor ... Village Extra with Blonde Wig (uncredited)
Royston Tickner Royston Tickner ... Royal Servant (uncredited)
Fred Wood ... Congregation Member (at Bishops Service) (uncredited)
Edward Woodward ... Clement (uncredited)

Produced by 

Hal B. Wallis ... producer (as Hal Wallis)
Joseph H. Hazen ... executive producer (uncredited)
Peter O'Toole ... co-producer (uncredited)

Music by 

Laurence Rosenthal

Cinematography by 

Geoffrey Unsworth ... director of photography

Film Editing by 

Anne V. Coates

Casting By 

Sally Nicholl

Production Design by 

John Bryan

Art Direction by 

Maurice Carter

Set Decoration by 

Robert Cartwright ... (set decorations)
Patrick McLoughlin ... (set decorations)

Costume Design by 

Margaret Furse

Makeup Department 

Eric Allwright ... makeup artist
Charles E. Parker ... makeup artist (as Charles Parker)
Joan Smallwood ... hairdresser

Production Management 

Denis Holt ... production supervisor

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director 

Colin M. Brewer ... assistant director (as Colin Brewer)

Art Department 

Ferdinand Bellan ... scenic artist
Albert Blackshaw ... construction manager
Alan Evans ... scenic artist
Jack Maxsted ... assistant art director
W. Simpson Robinson ... scenic artist
Gilbert Wood ... scenic artist
Peter Mullins ... props (uncredited)
Alan Roderick-Jones ... junior draughtsman (uncredited)

Sound Department 

Buster Ambler ... sound (as A.W. Ambler)
Bob Jones ... sound (as Robert Jones)
Winston Ryder ... sound editor

Visual Effects by 

Alan Maley ... matte artist (uncredited)

Stunts 

Peter Diamond ... stunts (uncredited)
Nosher Powell ... stunts (uncredited)
Eddie Stacey ... stunts (uncredited)

Camera and Electrical Department 

Ernest Day ... camera operator
Maurice Gillett ... supervising electrician (uncredited)
Peter MacDonald ... focus puller (uncredited)
Bob Penn ... still photographer (uncredited)
Len Prout ... gaffer (uncredited)

Costume and Wardrobe Department 

John Wilson-Apperson ... wardrobe master (as John W. Apperson)
Evelyn Gibbs ... wardrobe mistress (uncredited)

Editorial Department 

Willy Kemplen ... first assistant editor (uncredited)

Music Department 

Muir Mathieson ... conductor / musical director (uncredited)

Script and Continuity Department 

Phyllis Crocker ... continuity

Other crew 

Richard McWhorter ... assistant to producer
David Merrick ... producer: New York stage play
Mike Maidlin ... unit publicist (uncredited)
Crew believed to be complete

See also

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