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List of Lois Maxwell Movies: Ranked Best To Worst

1. A Matter of Life and Death (1946)
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A Matter of Life and Death
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Peter is an aircraft pilot serving in the Royal Air Force during the Second World War. After his plane crashes, he appeals to the divine to give a second chance at life, so that he doesn’t have to leave the love of his life behind.

Starring:
David Niven, Richard Attenborough, Kim Hunter, Robert Coote, Kathleen Byron
Directed By:
Michael Powell, Emeric Pressburger
2. Goldfinger (1964)
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Goldfinger
TV-PG
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Four US Army Rangers are killed and their leader, a ruthlessly perfectionist sergeant, goes missing during an operational training in the rain forest of Panama. When the two survivors insist on talking to somebody from outside the base, an ex-Ranger and now DEA agent, is brought in to question them. Will he succeed in cracking the case?

Starring:
Sean Connery, Desmond Llewelyn, Gert Fröbe, Honor Blackman, Shirley Eaton, Tania Mallet
Directed By:
Guy Hamilton
3. Lolita (1962)
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Lolita
TV-14
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European professor, Humbert Humbert, moves to Beardsley, Ohio, on work assignment. When he rents a room in widow Charlotte Haze’s house, he gets obsessed with her alluring teenage daughter, Lolita, and marries Charlotte just to be near Lolita. After Charlotte’s accidental death, he is sure of having his own way, but has not taken into account Lolita’s interest in other males.

Directed By:
4. The Haunting (1963)
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The Haunting
TV-PG
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As a part of study on insomnia, Dr David Marrow invites visitors to the secluded mansion of Hill House. Marrow plans to scare the subjects, including the seductive Theo and introverted Nell in order to investigate fear. However, the manor is indeed haunted by an evil spirit that makes the stay for Marrow and others very unfortunate. The study turns into a heart-stopping nightmare for Marrow and others trapped in a mysterious mansion.

Starring:
Fay Compton, Claire Bloom, Julie Harris, Russ Tamblyn
Directed By:
Robert Wise
5. From Russia with Love (1963)
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From Russia with Love
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The second in the James Bond series, the film centers on 007’s battle against a secret criminal organization called SPECTRE. Seeking revenge for the death of their agent Dr. No, the group plans to kill James Bond and uses ravishing Tatiana Romanova to lure him to Istanbul. Bond willingly falls in their trap. 

Starring:
Lotte Lenya, Sean Connery, Desmond Llewelyn, Daniela Bianchi, Pedro Armendáriz, Robert Shaw
Directed By:
Terence Young
6. Dr. No (1962)
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Dr. No
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The first film in the James Bond series, Dr. No sees the suave agent '007' go to Jamaica to investigate the mysterious disappearance of another secret agent and ends up saving the American space programme from the destructive clutches of a megalomaniac scientist. Starring Sean Connery as James Bond, this film sets the tone for the rest of the series.

Starring:
Ursula Andress, Jack Lord, Sean Connery, Joseph Wiseman, Bernard Lee
Directed By:
Terence Young
7. The Spy Who Loved Me (1977)
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The Spy Who Loved Me
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When a British and a Soviet ballistic missile submarine go missing British superspy James Bond is forced to collaborate with sexy Russian agent Anya Amasova. They identify shipping tycoon and scientist Karl Stromberg as the culprit and as they work towards stopping him from destroying the world, a seven-foot giant with scary steel teeth, becomes their main adversary. 

Starring:
Roger Moore, Desmond Llewelyn, Barbara Bach, Curd Jürgens, Richard Kiel, Caroline Munro
Directed By:
Lewis Gilbert
8. Thunderball (1965)
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Thunderball
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Tasked with recovering two warheads stolen by a terrorist group called SPECTRE under the leadership of their number two man Emilio Largo, James Bond travels to Bahamas. There, he enters Largo’s lair, going underwater to find the warheads, braving attacks from sharks and men. However, he must convince Largo’s mistress to help him if he wants to succeed.  

Starring:
Directed By:
Terence Young
9. Face of Fire (1959)
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Face of Fire
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A local handyman saves a child from a fire. However, in the process, he disfigures his face due to which the townspeople start to avoid him.    

Starring:
James Whitmore, Cameron Mitchell, Royal Dano, Bettye Ackerman
Directed By:
Albert Band
10. Tomorrow Is Too Late (1950)
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Tomorrow Is Too Late
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This Italian drama film revolves around the innocent romance between a teenage boy and a girl, which is threatened by some of the staff in their school.

Role:
Signorina Anna, teacher
Starring:
Pier Angeli, Vittorio De Sica, Gabrielle Dorziat, Gino Leurini
Directed By:
Léonide Moguy
11. You Only Live Twice (1967)
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You Only Live Twice
TV-PG
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NASA spaceship is hijacked and the Americans think that it is the Soviets while the British accuse the Japanese. Accordingly, James Bond is sent to Japan to find a solution. Once there, he has to face danger at every step; but carries on with his task with the help of Aki, a Japanese secret service agent. 

Starring:
Donald Pleasence, Sean Connery, Desmond Llewelyn, Akiko Wakabayashi, Mie Hama, Tetsurô Tanba, Teru Shimada
Directed By:
Lewis Gilbert
12. Time Without Pity (1957)
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Time Without Pity
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Starring:
Ann Todd, Michael Redgrave, Peter Cushing, Leo McKern
Directed By:
Joseph Losey
13. The Big Punch (1948)
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The Big Punch
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Role:
Karen Long
Starring:
Wayne Morris, Gordon MacRae, Mary Stuart, Anthony Warde
Directed By:
Sherry Shourds
14. Live and Let Die (1973)
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Live and Let Die
PG
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Agent 007, James Bond is sent to investigate the death of three MI6 agents who were mysteriously killed while investigating the operations of a Caribbean island dictator Dr. Kananga. During his investigations, he discovers Dr. Kananga’s alter ego is Mr. Big—a drug lord who wants monopoly over the heroin business—and must stop him. 

Starring:
Jane Seymour, Roger Moore, Yaphet Kotto, Clifton James, Julius Harris
Directed By:
Guy Hamilton
15. The Man with the Golden Gun (1974)
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The Man with the Golden Gun
PG
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The sensitive solar cell technology, Solex Agitator, goes missing and then is being sold to the highest bidder. On a mission to recover it, James Bond is beleaguered by the world’s most expensive assassin, Francisco Scaramanga, famous for carrying a golden gun. As Bond tracks him down with the help of Mary Goodnight, the two have a deadly confrontation on Scaramanga’s faraway island. 

Starring:
Christopher Lee, Maud Adams, Britt Ekland, Roger Moore, Desmond Llewelyn, Hervé Villechaize
Directed By:
Guy Hamilton
16. For Your Eyes Only (1981)
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For Your Eyes Only
PG
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Secret agent, James Bond, is assigned to retrieve an encryption device (A.T.A.C.) from the British spy ship that accidently sunk near Greece. He is joined by Melina Havelock, daughter of the murdered oceanographer who was appointed by the British to trace the ship. Seeking revenge for her parents’ murders, she teams up with Bond to find the device before the Russians do.  

Starring:
Chaim Topol, Roger Moore, Desmond Llewelyn, Lynn-Holly Johnson, Carole Bouquet, Julian Glover, Topol
Directed By:
John Glen
17. On Her Majesty's Secret Service (1969)
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On Her Majesty's Secret Service
PG
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This spy film is the sixth installment of the James Bond film series. The film revolves around the British spy James Bond as he pursues a criminal who hypnotizes and traps beautiful women around the world. 

Starring:
George Lazenby, Telly Savalas, Joanna Lumley, Desmond Llewelyn, Diana Rigg, Gabriele Ferzetti
Directed By:
Peter R. Hunt
18. Corridor of Mirrors (1948)
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Corridor of Mirrors
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Corridor of Mirrors is a mystery drama film which tells the story of a wealthy British artist who falls for a beautiful young woman. However, he also starts to believe that he may have loved her in a previous life. However, soon his preoccupation with the past turns into an obsession.

Starring:
Christopher Lee, Eric Portman, Edana Romney, Barbara Mullen, Hugh Sinclair
Directed By:
Terence Young
19. Diamonds Are Forever (1971)
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Diamonds Are Forever
PG
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When some mysterious activities are detected in the diamond market, James Bond is asked to investigate. Impersonating as a diamond smuggler and assassin, he travels to Las Vegas and infiltrates the smuggling ring only to find Ernst Stavro Blofeld, his old enemy, stocking diamonds to use in his deadly space based laser weapon. 

Starring:
Sean Connery, Desmond Llewelyn, Jill St. John, Charles Gray, Lana Wood, Jimmy Dean
Directed By:
Guy Hamilton
20. Octopussy (1983)
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Octopussy
PG
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British Agent 009 carrying a fake Fabergé egg dies while crossing over to West Berlin from East. Shortly, a real Fabergé egg also appears at a British auction, making MI6 suspicious of Soviet involvement. Eventually James Bond is pressed into action and he travels to India, where she meets Octopussy, a wealthy businesswoman and smuggler. 

Starring:
Louis Jourdan, Roger Moore, Maud Adams, Desmond Llewelyn, Kabir Bedi, Kristina Wayborn
Directed By:
John Glen
21. Twilight Women (1952)
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Twilight Women
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Vivanne is an unmarried nightclub singer whose life turns upside down after Jerry, her lover is arrested for murder. She eventually finds shelter at a boarding-house run by Nellie, a woman who provides help to unmarried mothers. However, unknown to Vivanne, Nellie is actually a cruel and selfish woman with an ulterior motive.

Role:
Chris Ralston, the New Mother
Starring:
Laurence Harvey, Rene Ray, Freda Jackson, Vida Hope
Directed By:
Gordon Parry
22. The Dark Past (1948)
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The Dark Past
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Al Walker, a violent criminal, escapes after killing the prison warden, and with his gang, takes Dr. Andrew Collins, his family, and friends, hostage. While spending the night in Walker’s captivity, Collins, a police psychologist, gets him talking and learns about his recurring violent dream. The psychologist traces the roots of his dream to his childhood, helping him overcome the criminal mindset.

Starring:
William Holden, Lee J. Cobb, Nina Foch, Adele Jergens
Directed By:
Rudolph Maté
23. Man in Hiding (1953)
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Man in Hiding
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Role:
Thelma Speight / Tasman
Starring:
Paul Henreid, Hugh Sinclair, Kieron Moore, Lloyd Lamble
Directed By:
Terence Fisher
24. Moonraker (1979)
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Moonraker
PG
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2

When a Drax Industries spacecraft called the Moonraker is hijacked in midair, James Bond is called in to investigate. But right from the start, his life is in danger. As Bond uncovers Drax industries’ owner Hugo Drax’s plan to end all life on Earth, he and CIA agent, Holly Goodhead, must fly to space to stop Drax. 

Starring:
Lois Chiles, Michael Lonsdale, Roger Moore, Desmond Llewelyn, Corinne Cléry, Richard Kiel
Directed By:
Lewis Gilbert
25. The Crime Doctor's Diary (1949)
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The Crime Doctor's Diary
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2
Role:
Jane Darrin
Starring:
Warner Baxter, Robert Armstrong, Adele Jergens, Stephen Dunne
Directed By:
Seymour Friedman
26. The Unstoppable Man (1961)
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The Unstoppable Man
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2
Role:
Helen Kennedy
Starring:
Cameron Mitchell, Marius Goring, Harry H. Corbett, Denis Gilmore
Directed By:
Terry Bishop
27. Age of Innocence (1977)
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Age of Innocence
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2
Role:
Mrs. Hogarth
Starring:
Honor Blackman, David Warner, Trudy Young, Tim Henry
Directed By:
Alan Bridges
28. Come Fly with Me (1963)
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Come Fly with Me
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2
Starring:
Hugh O'Brian, Dolores Hart, Karlheinz Böhm, Pamela Tiffin
Directed By:
Henry Levin
29. That Hagen Girl (1947)
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That Hagen Girl
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Based on the novel by Edith Kneipple Roberts, the film follows Mary Hagen, the adopted daughter of Minta and Jim Hagen. She is beautiful, gay and talented, everything that can make a girl happy. But in the way is a cruel gossip concerning her biological father. Is he Tom Bates, the former resident who was sent away by his family years ago? 

Role:
Julia Kane
Starring:
Shirley Temple, Rory Calhoun, Dorothy Peterson, Ronald Reagan
Directed By:
Peter Godfrey
Awards:
Golden Globe Award for Most Promising Newcomer - Female
30. Endless Night (1972)
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Endless Night
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2
Starring:
Hayley Mills, Britt Ekland, George Sanders, Hywel Bennett
Directed By:
Sidney Gilliat
31. A View to a Kill (1985)
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A View to a Kill
PG
10
2

James Bond recovers a microchip from the body of a dead agent to realize that it has sinister applications. The developer of the chip, Max Zorin, has plans to destroy Silicon Valley thus gaining a monopoly over microchip manufacturing. Bond must stop Zorin but Zorin’s formidable bodyguard May Day stands in his way. 

Starring:
Tanya Roberts, Christopher Walken, Dolph Lundgren, Patrick Bauchau, Roger Moore, Maud Adams, Desmond Llewelyn
Directed By:
John Glen
32. Mr. Patman (1980)
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Mr. Patman
R
10
2

Mr Patman is a male nurse working night shift at a psychiatric ward. He is well-liked by the patients, as he treats all of them with care. However, he dislikes the doctors due to their lack of compassion for the patients. He develops an attraction to Miss Peabody, one of his colleagues. But slowly, he also begins to lose his grip on reality.

Starring:
James Coburn, Fionnula Flanagan, Kate Nelligan, Leslie Carlson
Directed By:
John Guillermin
33. Torpedo Zone (1955)
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Torpedo Zone
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2
Role:
Lt. Lily Donald
Starring:
Aldo Bufi Landi, Renato Baldini, Earl Cameron, Carlo Bellini
Directed By:
Duilio Coletti
34. The Decision of Christopher Blake (1948)
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The Decision of Christopher Blake
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The Decision of Christopher Blake is a drama film which tells the story of Evelyn and Ken Blake, who are about to get divorced after Ken commits adultery. Things get complicated for their 12 year old son Christopher, who is both hurt and confused. He is unable to decide which one of his parents he wants to stay with.

Starring:
Alexis Smith, Mary Wickes, Robert Douglas, Cecil Kellaway, Ted Donaldson
Directed By:
Peter Godfrey
35. Aida (1953)
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Aida
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Aida is a musical drama film which tells the story of Radames, a military commander, who falls for a young woman, whom he mistakes for a slave in the country which he had conquered along with his army. He soon finds himself struggling between his affection for the woman and his loyalty to the King of Egypt.

Role:
Amneris
Starring:
Sophia Loren, Renata Tebaldi, Ebe Stignani, Luciano Della Marra
Directed By:
Clemente Fracassi
36. Kill Me Tomorrow (1957)
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Kill Me Tomorrow
9
2
Role:
Jill Brook
Starring:
Pat O'Brien, George Coulouris, Wensley Pithey, Freddie Mills
Directed By:
Terence Fisher
37. Passport to Treason (1956)
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Passport to Treason
9
2
Role:
Diane Boyd
Starring:
Clifford Evans, Rod Cameron, Peter Illing, Marianne Stone
Directed By:
Robert S. Baker
38. The Woman's Angle (1952)
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The Woman's Angle
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2
Role:
Enid Mansell
Starring:
Joan Collins, Cathy O'Donnell, Edward Underdown, Marjorie Fielding
Directed By:
Leslie Arliss
39. Satellite in the Sky (1956)
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Satellite in the Sky
9
2
Role:
Kim Hamilton
Starring:
Jimmy Hanley, Kieron Moore, Bryan Forbes, Donald Wolfit
Directed By:
Paul Dickson
40. Scotland Yard Inspector (1952)
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Scotland Yard Inspector
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2
Role:
Margaret 'Peggy' Maybrick
Starring:
Cesar Romero, Geoffrey Keen, Campbell Singer, Bernadette O'Farrell
Directed By:
Sam Newfield, Pat Jackson
41. The Adventurers (1970)
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The Adventurers
PG
9
2

Affluent playboy Dax Xenos, son of a revolutionary from Corteguay, South America, is raised in Italy where his father served as ambassador after helping rebel leader Rojo become Corteguay’s president. Years after his father’s death, Dax learns the truth behind his death and leads a revolution against Rojo, now a despotic dictator. Dax plans to launch democracy in his country. Can he? 

Starring:
Ernest Borgnine, Charles Aznavour, Olivia de Havilland, Candice Bergen, Alan Badel
Directed By:
Lewis Gilbert
42. Lost and Found (1979)
8
2
Lost and Found
PG
8
2

This comedy film revolves around an American widower and an English divorcee who meet during a vacation. They soon find themselves attracted to each other, and get married. However, shortly after, the marriage loses its bloom, but they still can’t seem to leave each other.

Starring:
John Candy, Paul Sorvino, Martin Short, Glenda Jackson, Maureen Stapleton
Directed By:
Melvin Frank
43. The Fourth Angel (2001)
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2
The Fourth Angel
R
8
2
Starring:
Forest Whitaker, Jeremy Irons, Jason Priestley, Briony Glassco, Charlotte Rampling
Directed By:
John Irvin
44. Bons baisers de Hong-Kong (1975)
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Bons baisers de Hong-Kong
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The Queen of England has been kidnapped, and the British Secret Service has no option but to ask the French secret service for help, as their best man is no longer alive.

Starring:
Mickey Rooney, Gérard Rinaldi, Gérard Filipelli, Jean Sarrus, Jean-Guy Fechner
Directed By:
Yvan Chiffre
45. Operation Kid Brother (1967)
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Operation Kid Brother
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1
Starring:
Bernard Lee, Daniela Bianchi, Adolfo Celi, Agata Flori
Directed By:
Alberto De Martino
46. High Terrace (1956)
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High Terrace
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2
Role:
Stephanie Blake
Starring:
Derek Bond, Dale Robertson, Mary Laura Wood, Eric Pohlmann
Directed By:
Henry Cass
47. Lebbra bianca (1951)
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Lebbra bianca
8
2
Role:
Erika
Starring:
Sophia Loren, Juan de Landa, Folco Lulli, Amedeo Nazzari
Directed By:
Enzo Trapani
48. Martha, Ruth & Edie (1988)
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Martha, Ruth & Edie
7
1
Starring:
Andrea Martin, Tom Butler, Page Fletcher, Margaret Langrick
Directed By:
Deepa Mehta, Danièle J. Suissa, Norma Bailey
49. Eternal Evil (1985)
5
1
Eternal Evil
R
5
1
Starring:
Karen Black, Winston Rekert, Vlasta Vrana, John Novak
Directed By:
George Mihalka

TV Movie(s)

1. Welcome to Japan, Mr. Bond (1967)
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Welcome to Japan, Mr. Bond
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2
Starring:
Ursula Andress, Desmond Llewelyn, Pedro Armendáriz, Honor Blackman, Patrick Allen
Directed By:
Daniel Davis
2. Hard to Forget (1998)
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2
Hard to Forget
9
2
Role:
Helen Applewhite
Starring:
Nicholas Campbell, Tim Dutton, Polly Shannon, Michael McManus
Directed By:
Vic Sarin
3. Lady in the Corner (1989)
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2
Lady in the Corner
9
2
Starring:
Brian Keith, Loretta Young, Roscoe Lee Browne, Christopher Neame
Directed By:
Peter Levin

TV Shows and Videos

Douglas Fairbanks, Jr., Presents (1953)
Douglas Fairbanks, Jr., Presents
Starring:
Nicholas Parsons, Ronnie Corbett, Buster Keaton, Luciana Paluzzi, Christopher Lee, Douglas Fairbanks Jr.
Directed By:
Lance Comfort, Lawrence Huntington, Harold Huth, Leslie Arliss, Derek N. Twist
Zero One (1962)
Zero One
Starring:
Patricia Neal, Jeremy Lloyd, Hugh McDermott, Nigel Patrick, William Smith
Television Playwright (1958)
Television Playwright
Starring:
Michael Caine, Brian Peck, Peter Copley, Jack Allen, Helen Shingler, Rosemary Miller
Directed By:
Adrian Brown, Patrick Dromgoole, Emyr Humphreys, Brandon Acton-Bond, Alvin Rakoff
Gideon's Way (1964)
Gideon's Way
Starring:
John Hurt, Donald Sutherland, Alexander Davion, John Gregson, Daphne Anderson
Directed By:
John Llewellyn Moxey, Jeremy Summers, Cyril Frankel, John Gilling, Leslie Norman
Division 4 (1969)
Division 4
Starring:
Deborra-Lee Furness, Gerard Kennedy, Chuck Faulkner, Frank Taylor
The Avengers (1961)
The Avengers
TV-14
Starring:
John Cleese, Joss Ackland, Brian Blessed, Corin Redgrave, Ronnie Barker, Christopher Lee, Donald Sutherland
Directed By:
Don Leaver, Peter Hammond, Kim Mills, Roy Ward Baker, James Hill
The Adventures of Aggie (1956)
The Adventures of Aggie
Starring:
Maggie Smith, Christopher Lee, Joan Shawlee
Directed By:
John Guillermin, Henry Kaplan, John Gilling
The Persuaders! (1971)
The Persuaders!
Starring:
Tony Curtis, Diane Cilento, Roger Moore, Joan Collins, Joss Ackland, Laurence Naismith
Directed By:
Leslie Norman, Roy Ward Baker, Val Guest, Roger Moore, Sidney Hayers
Rendezvous (1957)
Rendezvous
Starring:
Mel Ferrer, Peter O'Toole, Keenan Wynn, Patricia Neal, Donald Pleasence, Charles Drake
Danger Man (1960)
Danger Man
TV-PG
Starring:
Donald Pleasence, Richard Wattis, Lionel Murton, Michael Ripper
BBC Sunday-Night Theatre (1950)
BBC Sunday-Night Theatre
Starring:
Vanessa Redgrave, Audrey Hepburn, Kenneth Williams, Luise Rainer, Michael Crawford, David McCallum, Richard Burton
Directed By:
Rudolph Cartier, Harold Clayton, Julian Amyes, Stephen Harrison, Wallace Douglas
No Hiding Place (1959)
No Hiding Place
Starring:
Adam Faith, Joss Ackland, Desmond Llewelyn, Robert Hunter, Annette Crosbie
UFO (1970)
UFO
TV-PG
Starring:
Christopher Timothy, Ed Bishop, George Sewell, Michael Billington
One Step Beyond (1959)
One Step Beyond
Starring:
Bert Convy, Charles Bronson, Louise Fletcher, Joan Fontaine, John Banner, Warren Beatty, Werner Klemperer
Directed By:
John Newland
ITV Play of the Week (1955)
ITV Play of the Week
Starring:
Richard Harris, Vivien Leigh, Laurence Olivier, Anthony Quinn, Ian Holm, Judi Dench, Leslie Caron
Directed By:
Cyril Coke, John Llewellyn Moxey, Tania Lieven, David Boisseau, Joan Kemp-Welch
O.S.S. (1957)
O.S.S.
Starring:
Christopher Lee, Ron Randell
Directed By:
Robert Siodmak, Peter Maxwell
My Partner the Ghost (1969)
My Partner the Ghost
Starring:
Brian Blessed, Kenneth Cope, Ivor Dean, Mike Pratt
The Baron (1966)
The Baron
TV-PG
Starring:
Jeremy Brett, Steve Forrest, Colin Gordon, Sue Lloyd
The Saint (1962)
The Saint
Starring:
Alan Bennett, Julie Christie, Donald Sutherland, Ronnie Barker, Ronnie Corbett, Roger Moore, Oliver Reed
Directed By:
John Llewellyn Moxey, Ray Austin, John Ainsworth, Jeremy Summers, John Gilling
Stingray (1964)
Stingray
Role:
Lieutenant Atlanta Shore / ... (39 episodes, 1964-1965)
Starring:
Robert Easton, Ray Barrett, David Graham, Don Mason
Ghost Squad (1961)
Ghost Squad
Starring:
Brian Blessed, Donald Wolfit, Claire Nielson, Neil Hallett
Alfred Hitchcock Presents (1985)
Alfred Hitchcock Presents
Starring:
John Huston, Melanie Griffith, Melissa Sue Anderson, Marion Ross, David Cassidy, Richard Chamberlain, Martin Sheen
Directed By:
Timothy Bond, Roger Young, Bill Corcoran, Burt Reynolds, Christopher Crowe
Department S (1969)
Department S
Starring:
Anthony Hopkins, Peter Wyngarde, Joel Fabiani, Rosemary Nicols, Dennis Alaba Peters
Directed By:
Cyril Frankel, John Gilling, Ray Austin, Paul Dickson, Leslie Norman
Adventures in Rainbow Country (1969)
Adventures in Rainbow Country
Starring:
Margot Kidder, Stephen Cottier, Buckley Petawabano, Susan Conway
Sailor of Fortune (1955)
Sailor of Fortune
Starring:
Lorne Greene, Christopher Lee, Sean Connery, Jack MacGowran, Rupert Davies
Directed By:
John Guillermin, Michael McCarthy, Leslie Arliss, Wolf Rilla
The Edison Twins (1982)
The Edison Twins
Starring:
Corey Haim, Brian George, Andrew Sabiston, Marnie McPhail

Lois Maxwell Awards

Golden Globe Awards
That Hagen Girl Most Promising Newcomer - Female 1948