In both films, Peter O'Toole's character has a version of the line "He's the finest man who ever breathed."
Mentioned by name.
King Richard IV says, "Who will rid me of this troublesome priest?!"
Elvis mentions Peter O'Toole and Richard Burton movies and shoots a newspaper article mentioning this movie
It is mentioned in a newspaper article.
Fr. Mullady contends Becket's life was "wild" but not "dissolute" as portrayed in this film.
Doug Keck references the popular film when discussing the historical figure.
movie playing on the television set, just before Otis breaks it.
Documentary on the making of Becket
Part of basis for parody "The Man Who Would Be King of the Popes".