Reginald Beck

Editor - Great Britain
Born February 5, 1902 in England
Died July 12, 1992 in England

Reginald Beck was born on February 5, 1902 in England. He was an English Editor, known for Accident (1967), Boom (1967), Modesty Blaise (1965), Reginald Beck's first movie on record is from 1951. Reginald Beck died on July 12, 1992 in England. His last motion picture on file dates from 1972.

Reginald Beck Filmography [Auszug]
1972: [] Something to hide (Shattered) (Editor), Directed by Alastair Reid, with Colin Blakely, , Jack Shepherd,
1967: [/ /1] Accident (Editor), Directed by Joseph Losey, with , Jacqueline Sassard, Terence Rigby,
1967: [/ /1] Boom (Editor), Directed by Joseph Losey, with Richard Burton, Noel Coward, Michael Dunn,
1965: [/ /1] Modesty Blaise (Editor), Directed by Joseph Losey, with , Robin Fox, George Fisher,
1958: [] Gypsy and the Gentleman (Editor), Directed by Joseph Losey, with , Mervyn Johns, Helen Haye,
1951: [] The long dark hall (Director), Directed by Anthony Bushell, with Rex Harrison, Lilli Palmer,

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