Ivor Beddoes  worked in more than fifty films as sketch artist, set designer and matte painter, from "The red shoes" to "The Empire strickes back".
From Martin Body
"I worked with Ivor Beddoes on Superman II. He was mostly known as a storyboard artist but did glass paintings from time to time. Ivor had been trained as a dancer and was a master of the 'trick fall'. At film premieres and such events he delighted in apparently crashing full length to the floor and getting up laughing when shocked bystanders rushed to help him."


Ivor Beddoes drawing  storyboards for "The Empire strickes back".

Ivor Beddoes at work on a " Superman II" glass painting


A couple of color sketchs he did for "the red shoes"


Two images of "Attila" (1954)



- Star Wars: Episode V - The Empire Strikes Back (1980) (sketch artist)
- SupermanII (1980) (matte artist)
- Superman (1978) (illustrator)
- Gulliver's Travels (1977) (titles)
- The Seven-Per-Cent Solution (1976) (sketch artist)
- Diamonds Are Forever (1971) (sketch artist) (uncredited)
- Casino Royale (1967) (art director)
- Doctor Strangelove (1964)
- The Long ships (1963) ( matte artist)
- The V.I.P.s (1963) (assistant art director) (uncredited)
- Haunting, The (1963) (sketch artist)
- The Roman Spring of Mrs. Stone (1961) (sketch artist) (uncredited)
- Cleopatra(1962)
- Peeping Tom (1960) (assistant art director)
- Luna de miel (1959) (art director)
- Attila (1954) (special effects)
- Doctor in the House (1954) (color consultant)
- Attila (1954) (special effects)
- The Story of Robin Hood and His Merrie Men (1952) (sketch artist) (uncredited)
- Wild Heart, The (1952) (assistant art director)
- Tales of Hoffman (1951) (assistant designer)
- Gone to Earth (1950) (assistant art director)
- Elusive Pimpernel, The (1950) (assistant designer)
- Small Back Room, The (1949) (assistant art director)
- Black narcisus(1947)(scenic artist)
- Red Shoes, The (1948) (special painting)