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List of Adam Faith Movies: Ranked Best To Worst

1. Never Let Go (1960)
12
5
Never Let Go
12
5

John Cummings is a struggling cosmetics salesman who needs his car, a 1959 Ford Anglia, to keep his job. When the car is stolen under instructions of a stolen car dealer, Lionel Meadows, John resolves to do whatever it takes to recover the car. 

Role:
Tommy Towers
Starring:
Peter Sellers, Richard Todd, Carol White, Elizabeth Sellars
Directed By:
John Guillermin
2. McVicar (1980)
13
6
McVicar
R
13
6
Role:
Walter Probyn
Starring:
Roger Daltrey, Georgina Hale, Cheryl Campbell, Billy Murray
Directed By:
Tom Clegg
3. Stardust (1974)
9
5
Stardust
R
9
5

The film, which is a sequel to That’ll be the Day, shows how rock-star, Jim MacLaine, rapidly climbs the ladder of success while he loses almost everything on personal front. Jim’s supposed best friend and manager Mike is largely the root cause, though he pretends to do everything for Jim’s good. Ultimately, the star ends up with drug addiction and other issues. 

Role:
Mike
Directed By:
4. Mix Me a Person (1962)
6
4
Mix Me a Person
6
4

Harry Jukes is a young man who gets arrested for the murder of a policeman after he is found at the crime scene, holding the gun. Psychiatrist Anne Dyson whose husband is a barrister, believes that he might be innocent, and therefore she pays Harry a visit in prison. Although Harry is initially depressed and distrustful, he eventually decides to talk to her and tell her what happened.  

Role:
Harry Jukes
Starring:
Anne Baxter, Donald Sinden, David Kernan, Frank Jarvis
Directed By:
Leslie Norman
5. Beat Girl (1960)
8
5
Beat Girl
8
5

Paul Linden is a wealthy and successful architect who returns to his home in Marylebone, London, with a new, beautiful and young French wife named Nicole. He tries to introduce Nichole to his teen daughter Jennifer, but the girl seems quite unhappy about her father’s remarriage, and also seems to dislike her new stepmother. Shortly after, she sneaks out to attend a music event with her friends, where she finds herself attracted to a guy named Dave.

Role:
Dave
Starring:
Christopher Lee, Oliver Reed, David Farrar, Noëlle Adam, Gillian Hills
Directed By:
Edmond T. Gréville
7. What a Whopper (1961)
5
4
What a Whopper
5
4

In order to make some cash, a young aspiring writer decides to write a book about the Loch Ness Monster. However, publishers are hesitant to take the book, because they don’t believe in such a thing. Therefore, along with some of his friends, the writer tries to create a fake monster, so that they are able to convince the people about its existence.

Role:
Tony
Starring:
Spike Milligan, Sidney James, Carole Lesley, Terence Longdon
Directed By:
Gilbert Gunn
8. Yesterday's Hero (1979)
4
4
Yesterday's Hero
4
4

Yesterday’s Hero is a musical drama film which tells the story of an alcoholic former soccer star who decides that he needs to make a comeback. To get back to the game, he gets help from his ex-girlfriend, who is now a rock star, as well as her partner.

Role:
Jake
Starring:
Ian McShane, Paul Nicholas, Suzanne Somers, Sam Kydd
Directed By:
Neil Leifer

TV Shows

Budgie
9
3
Budgie
9
3
Role:
Ronald 'Budgie' Bird (26 episodes, 1971-1972)
Starring:
John Rhys-Davies, Derek Jacobi, Lynn Dalby, Iain Cuthbertson, June Lewis
No Hiding Place
8
2
No Hiding Place
8
2
Starring:
Lois Maxwell, Joss Ackland, Robert Hunter, Annette Crosbie
Murder in Mind
9
3
Murder in Mind
9
3
Starring:
Chiwetel Ejiofor, James McAvoy, Archie Panjabi, Rob Brydon, Nicholas Hoult, Joanna Scanlan, Tim Healy
Directed By:
Nick Jones, Coky Giedroyc, David Innes Edwards, Frank W. Smith, Ferdinand Fairfax
Love Hurts
8
3
Love Hurts
8
3
Role:
Frank Carver (30 episodes, 1992-1994)
Starring:
William Simons, Tony Selby, Jane Lapotaire, Richard Cordery, Eamonn Walker
Seven Deadly Sins
6
3
Seven Deadly Sins
6
3
Starring:
Barry Foster, Alan Dobie, Bernard Archard, Joanna Dunham
McCloud
23
10
McCloud
23
10
Starring:
Steve Allen, Danny Thomas, Carl Weathers, John Carradine, Teri Garr, Britt Ekland, Shelley Winters
Directed By:
E.W. Swackhamer, Ron Satlof, Bruce Kessler, Russ Mayberry, Lou Antonio
The House That Jack Built
5
3
The House That Jack Built
5
3
Role:
Jack Squire (6 episodes, 2002)
Starring:
Richard Lumsden, Gillian Taylforth, Luke de Woolfson, Yvonne D'Alpra