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    Becket is the true story of the friendship between King Henry II and Thomas Becket , a royal courtier and confidant whom Henry appoints as Archbishop of Canterbury. As Becket takes his duties with the Church seriously, he finds himself increasingly at odds with the King, who finally orders the death of his once-close companion when he continues to defy the throne.  
    Duration: 148 min
    Quality: HD
    Release: 1964
    IMDb: 7.8
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  • Actors of "Becket"

  • Characters of "Becket"

    Thomas Becket. Character of Becket
    Played by: Richard Burton
    King Henry II. Character of Becket
    Played by: Peter O'Toole
    Louis VII. Character of Becket
    Played by: John Gielgud
    Pope Alexander III. Character of Becket
    Played by: Paolo Stoppa
    Bishop Foliot. Character of Becket
    Played by: Donald Wolfit
    Empress Matilda. Character of Becket
    Played by: Martita Hunt
    Eleanor of Aquitaine. Character of Becket
    Played by: Pamela Brown
    Archbishop of Canterbury. Character of Becket
    Played by: Felix Aylmer
  • Directors of "Becket"

    Peter Glenville. Director of Becket
    Peter Glenville
    Birthdate: 28 October 1913, Hampstead, London, England, UK
  • Creators of "Becket"

    Jean Anouilh. Director of Becket
    Jean Anouilh
    Birthdate: 23 June 1910, Bordeaux, Gironde, France
    Lucienne Hill. Director of Becket
    Lucienne Hill
    Birthdate: 30 January 1923, Kilburn, London, England, UK
  • Critic Reviews of "Becket"

    Chicago Tribune
    March 08, 2007

    Ripe with homoerotic undercurrents -- which O'Toole mines with relish in his great hysterical performance, full of cunning, eloquence and mad outbursts.

    Washington Post
    March 01, 2007

    Becket may seem like a movie of yesteryear, but its timeliness brims over with rousing, meditative discourses between Henry and the church leaders on the separation of church and state.

    Boston Globe
    February 23, 2007

    Everything that Doctor Strangelove is -- daring and inspired, vibrant and brilliantly staged -- Becket is not.

    Atlanta Journal-Constitution
    February 15, 2007

    The picture is being re-released in 30 cities around the country before finally appearing on DVD after years of online foment from fans.The DVD is due in May, but try to catch it in theaters first. It's worth it.

    Christian Science Monitor
    February 08, 2007

    Burton is extraordinary in one of his rare good movie roles and O'Toole is regally madcap and larger than life.

    Minneapolis Star Tribune
    February 08, 2007

    How could you hope for better casting than Peter O'Toole and his acting rival/drinking buddy Richard Burton playing opposite each other?

    Not Coming to a Theater Near You
    October 14, 2011

    Just as the characters' loyalties to one another are called into question, so, too are ours: Becket enters a moral grey area from which it never fully emerges.

    Sarasota Herald-Tribune
    September 06, 2010

    Becket is a terrific example of the historical play or novel turned into a cinematic drama crackling with whip-smart dialogue. I imagine actors must go mad with delight when they read a script that has page after page of dialogue this good.
    December 14, 2008

    it finds what's compelling about that history and, more importantly, what's compelling about the people in that history. And, just to be on the safe side, it throws in two of the greatest actors of the day.

    Ozus' World Movie Reviews
    August 02, 2007

    The respectable but boring film is nevertheless worth watching for the robust performances of Richard Burton and Peter O'Toole

    Deseret News, Salt Lake City
    April 21, 2007

    The material remains relevant, and the film as a whole is completely engrossing. (It may be nearly 2 1/2 hours long, but it doesn't feel like it.)

    Salt Lake Tribune
    April 20, 2007

    Watching Becket is to see a form of stylized, epic moviemaking not practiced today.

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