One hundred forty-nine minutes of pure, unadulterated culture, produced by Hal Wallis in 1964 as if in apology for all of the Elvis movies he was making at the same time. Richard Burton is Becket, Peter O’Toole is Henry II, and they both have very nice voices. There’s an Anouilh play buried in it somewhere, but Edward Anhalt’s adaptation keeps it a secret. Peter Glenville directed; with Donald Wolfit, John Gielgud, and Martita Hunt.