Reginald Beckwith

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Reginald Beckwith
File:Actor Reginald Beckwith.gif
in Double Bunk (1961)
Born William Reginald Beckwith
(1908-11-02)2 November 1908
York, England, UK
Died 26 June 1965(1965-06-26) (aged 56)
Bourne End, Buckinghamshire, England, UK
Years active 1938–1965

Reginald Beckwith (2 November 1908 – 26 June 1965) was a British film and television actor, who made almost one hundred film and television appearances in his career.[1] Beckwith was also a film critic and playwright before the war, and from 1941-45, was a BBC war correspondent.[2] His play Boys in Brown was filmed in 1949,[3] and he co-wrote the film You're Only Young Twice in 1952, based on James Bridie's play.[4]



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