Tony Beckley was 50 years old when he/she died.

Tony Beckley's career started in 1958. That is more than 58 years ago.

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  • Luckily, Jill was a terrible babysitter and didn’t even check the children once, or she would have suffered their fate. (Actually, at one point, Jill did start up the stairs but was ironically distracted by a call from the killer.) Both children were brutally ravaged by the killer’s bare hands. Officers arrive in the nick of time (for Jill, not so much for the children) and the murderer, Curt Duncan (Tony Beckley, The Fiend), is apprehended. Thus ends the first segment of the film, lasting approximately 22 minutes.

    Caine appeared in another classic heist caper – this time universally acknowledged – in 1969 with The Italian Job, generally considered one of his greatest films and we are in no mood to argue. The eccentric crime saga stars Michael Caine as Charlie Croker, a career criminal recently released from prison, who plans to pull off a massive heist, in broad daylight, in the middle of a crowd, with a team of misfits at his command, played by the likes of Tony Beckley and comedy legend Benny Hill.

  • The Lost Continent is a 1968 fantasy film made by Hammer Films and Seven Arts featuring Eric Porter, Hildegard Knef, Suzanna Leigh, Tony Beckley and James Cossins. The film was produced, directed and written by Michael Carreras based on Dennis Wheatley's novel Uncharted Seas (1938).

    Tony Beckley is effectively creepy as the psycho, Curt Duncan. We don’t learn much about Duncan’s history, but we can assume he has some serious issues. There is a particularly disturbing scene in a men’s restroom where a naked Duncan stares at himself in a mirror and relives his crime and his confinement. By the scene’s end we just feel icky about the guy.


    Noël Coward
    (Mr. Bridger)

    Fred Emney
    (Birkinshaw)

    Derek Ware
    (Rozzer & Stunt Adviser)

    Tony Beckley
    (Camp Freddy)

    Norman Warwick
    (2nd Unit Director of
    Photography)

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    Michael Caine

    Margaret Blye

    Tony Beckley

    Raf Vallone

    Noël Coward

    Benny Hill

    Charlie Croker

    Lorna

    Camp Freddie

    Altabani

    Mr Bridger

    Professor Peach

    Peter (Tony Beckley) uses what appears to be a shotgun with a shortened barrel and pistol grip in the gunfight with Carter on the ferry. Numerous posters for the film feature Carter with the same shotgun, but these images were taken from publicity photos as Carter doesn't use the shotgun in the film.

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Imdb and many other sources say Tony Beckley was born in 1927, BFI says 1932. I believe 1929 is correct: Van Gelder (1979) gives Beckley's full name as Derek Anthony Beckley and the I found matches in every other way. 1929 also makes more sense with regards to Hancock (2004) and Osborne (1986). According to Van Gelder (1979) Beckley joined RADA when he was 18 and he met Sheila Hanock there who was at RADA between 1949-1950. Charles Osborne says in his book that Beckley was "a year or two younger" than himself. Osborne was born in 1927. () 21:58, 7 March 2013 (UTC)