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List of Albert Finney Movies: Ranked Best To Worst

1. Scrooge (1970)
39
1
Scrooge
G
39
1

Scrooge is a musical film which revolves around Ebenezer Scrooge, a bitter money-lender, who does not share the merriment of Christmas, unlike all people around him. He exploits his employees and even treats his own nephew and acquaintances bitterly. His life takes a turn when he is visited by the doomed ghost of his former partner, who tells him that he would be visited by three spirits on Christmas.

Role:
Ebenezer Scrooge
Starring:
Alec Guinness, Edith Evans, Kenneth More, Laurence Naismith
Directed By:
Ronald Neame
Awards:
Golden Globe Award for Best Actor in a Motion Picture - Comedy or Musical
2. Saturday Night and Sunday Morning (1960)
29
1
Saturday Night and Sunday Morning
TV-PG
29
1

Arthur is a rebellious hard-working factory worker who slaves all his week for modest wages. His girlfriend is Brenda, who prefers him for his rugged looks and his swaggering attitude. However, things get complicated when another woman named Brenda enters his life a week later, and announces that she is pregnant. She asks him money for an abortion and although he agrees to pay, things get complicated when Brenda finds out about this.    

Role:
Arthur
Starring:
Rachel Roberts, Shirley Anne Field, Norman Rossington, Hylda Baker
Directed By:
Karel Reisz
Awards:
BAFTA Award for Most Promising Newcomer to Leading Film Roles
3. Alpha Beta (1976)
15
2
Alpha Beta
PG
15
2
Role:
Frank Elliot
Starring:
Rachel Roberts
Directed By:
Anthony Page
4. Big Fish (2003)
31
3
Big Fish
PG-13
31
3

In typical Tim Burton style, Big Fish is the story of Edward Bloom, a retired salesman, and his son, Will, in a fantasy setting. On his deathbed, Bloom, who has the gift of storytelling, narrates fictional tales of his youth to Will, as he attempts to mend their relationship. Though initially sceptical, Will ultimately realizes his father’s zest for life. 

Role:
Ed Bloom - Senior
Directed By:
5. The Dresser (1983)
25
3
The Dresser
PG
25
3
Role:
Sir
Starring:
Tom Courtenay, Eileen Atkins, Edward Fox, Zena Walker
Directed By:
Peter Yates
6. Two for the Road (1967)
29
6
Two for the Road
29
6

Two for the Road is a romantic drama comedy film which tells the story of Mark Wallace and his wife Joanna, who travel to France for a meeting with an affluent client. While there, they start reflecting on their first ten years of marriage.  While mutual infidelity is threatening to tear them apart, they try to rekindle their passion.

Role:
Mark Wallace
Starring:
Audrey Hepburn, Jacqueline Bisset, Eleanor Bron, William Daniels, Gabrielle Middleton
Directed By:
Stanley Donen
7. The Bourne Ultimatum (2007)
22
3
The Bourne Ultimatum
PG-13
22
3

In order to find his true identity, Jason Bourne comes out of hiding to meet Britsh reporter Simon Ross who is researching Operation Blackbriar, which replaced the Operation Treadstone that he was a part of. However, realizing Ross is being followed, Jason escapes and survives CIA chase across countries with help from Nicky Parsons and Pamela Landy.

Starring:
Matt Damon, Julia Stiles, Scott Adkins, Daniel Brühl, David Strathairn, Scott Glenn
Directed By:
Paul Greengrass
9. O Lucky Man! (1973)
10
2
O Lucky Man!
R
10
2

O Lucky Man! is a musical comedy drama film which tells the story of Mike Travis, a man who sticks to his work ethic and idealism. However, this gets him into trouble with nearly anyone he meets, but despite this, he continues to stick to his ideals in a capitalist society.  

Starring:
Malcolm McDowell, Helen Mirren, Ralph Richardson, Graham Crowden, Arthur Lowe
Directed By:
Lindsay Anderson
10. If.... (1968)
9
1
If....
R
9
1

Three senior students at a public school misbehave with their juniors and treat them like personal servants. Even the headmaster is distant from the boys, and the housemaster is easily manipulated by the seniors as well. Losing their patience, few students decide to start a revolt, but things start to get worse.

Starring:
Malcolm McDowell, David Wood, Richard Warwick, Christine Noonan, Rupert Webster
Directed By:
Lindsay Anderson
11. Skyfall (2012)
19
3
Skyfall
PG-13
19
3

James Bond is presumed dead after being caught in friendly fire while trying to retrieve a list of British agents. MI6 is compromised and identities of several agents are exposed. Bond, who reveals he is alive after M is attacked at MI6 and six agents are killed, must track down a man from M's past, seeking revenge.

Starring:
Daniel Craig, Ralph Fiennes, Judi Dench, Ben Whishaw, Javier Bardem, Naomie Harris
Directed By:
12. Bleak Moments (1971)
7
3
Bleak Moments
7
3
Starring:
Liz Smith, Eric Allan, Anne Raitt, Sarah Stephenson, Joolia Cappleman
Directed By:
Mike Leigh
13. The Duellists (1977)
10
2
The Duellists
PG
10
2

Armand and Gabriel are French soldiers serving under Napoleon. When a small quarrel between them becomes a lifelong grudge, they eventually challenge one another to a sword and pistol duel. Although fifteen years later, both men have performed remarkably in their military careers, and have become Generals, their hatred still doesn’t cease.

Role:
Fouché
Starring:
Harvey Keitel, Tom Conti, Edward Fox, Cristina Raines, Keith Carradine
Directed By:
14. Tom Jones (1963)
26
2
Tom Jones
26
2

Tom Jones is a romantic adventure comedy film which revolves around a man named Tom, who is quite popular among the women. However, the only love in his life is Sophie. However, things get complicated because her parents want her to get married to another man, who happens to be Tom’s cousin.

Role:
Tom Jones
Starring:
Diane Cilento, Lynn Redgrave, Jack MacGowran, George Devine, Rachel Kempson, Angela Baddeley
Directed By:
Awards:
Golden Globe Award for Most Promising Newcomer - Male
15. Erin Brockovich (2000)
23
3
Erin Brockovich
R
23
3

Based on the true story of the eponymous Erin Brockovich, this biographical drama centres around a struggling single mother and legal assistant who unearths a water supply poisoning scandal covered up by a California power company and ends up winning one of the largest class-action lawsuits in American history. Julia Roberts won an Oscar for her titular role in this film.

Role:
Ed Masry
Starring:
Julia Roberts, Aaron Eckhart, David Brisbin, Dawn Didawick
Directed By:
16. Under the Volcano (1984)
15
2
Under the Volcano
R
15
2
Role:
Geoffrey Firmin
Starring:
Katy Jurado, Jacqueline Bisset, Anthony Andrews, Ignacio López Tarso
Directed By:
17. Miller's Crossing (1990)
12
5
Miller's Crossing
R
12
5

Two rival mafia bosses are at loggerheads when Irish mobster Leo O'Bannon provides protection to bookie Bernie Bernbaum, brother of his girlfriend Verna, from Italian gangster Johnny Caspar. Leo expels his right-hand man, Tom Reagan, after learning about Verna's affair with him, following which Tom shifts allegiance to Johnny, but must now prove himself trustworthy by killing Bernie.

Role:
Leo
Starring:
Frances McDormand, Sam Raimi, Gabriel Byrne, Steve Buscemi, Marcia Gay Harden
Directed By:
Joel Coen, Ethan Coen
18. The Entertainer (1960)
13
2
The Entertainer
13
2
Starring:
Laurence Olivier, Joan Plowright, Alan Bates, Brenda de Banzie
Directed By:
19. Annie (1982)
25
3
Annie
PG
25
3

A young orphan who lives in an orphanage believes that her parents left her there by mistake. Eventually, a rich man named Oliver lets her live at his home to improve his image. However, Annie still longs to meet her parents. 

Role:
Daddy Warbucks
Starring:
Tim Curry, Carol Burnett, Bernadette Peters, John Huston
Directed By:
20. Shoot the Moon (1982)
14
2
Shoot the Moon
R
14
2
Role:
George Dunlap
Starring:
Diane Keaton, Peter Weller, Karen Allen, Dana Hill
Directed By:
21. Amazing Grace (2006)
13
2
Amazing Grace
PG
13
2

Amazing Grace is a biographical drama film which takes us to 18th century England. The film revolves around William Wilberforce and William Pitt, two politicians who begin a battle to abolish the slave trade in Great Britain.

Role:
John Newton
Starring:
Benedict Cumberbatch, Romola Garai, Ioan Gruffudd, Michael Gambon
Directed By:
22. Traffic (2000)
8
2
Traffic
R
8
2

The movie explores America’s drug fight through four stories. The US drug czar discovers that his own daughter is an addict. The wife of a drug lord discovers her husband’s true profession and tries to protect it. A witness familiar with her husband’s activities is protected by two DEA agents. A committed cop begins to doubt his superior’s true motives in drug war.

Starring:
Benicio Del Toro, Catherine Zeta-Jones, Michael Douglas, Salma Hayek, Don Cheadle, Amy Irving, James Brolin
Directed By:
23. Privilege (1967)
7
1
Privilege
7
1
Starring:
Jeremy Child, Paul Jones, Jean Shrimpton, Mark London, William Job
Directed By:
Peter Watkins
24. A Good Year (2006)
21
2
A Good Year
PG-13
21
2

Max Skinner, a trader from London inherits his Uncle Henry’s vineyard estate in Southern France. Soon his cousin, Christie, a previously unknown illegitimate daughter of Henry, arrives as the true owner of the estate. As Max starts falling in love with local café owner, Fanny Chenal, he must figure out what he wants from life. 

Role:
Uncle Henry
Starring:
Russell Crowe, Abbie Cornish, Archie Panjabi, Valeria Bruni Tedeschi, Marion Cotillard, Freddie Highmore
Directed By:
25. Spring and Port Wine (1970)
8
1
Spring and Port Wine
8
1

In a working class family, the father Rafe attempts to deal with his children sternly, while the mother Hilda tries to deal with them leniently. Rafe’s method of dealing with them rubs them the wrong way, and he eventually ends up locking horns with Hilda. 

Starring:
James Mason, Christopher Timothy, Rodney Bewes, Hannah Gordon, Diana Coupland, Susan George
Directed By:
Peter Hammond
26. The Browning Version (1994)
12
1
The Browning Version
R
12
1
Role:
Andrew Crocker-Harris
Starring:
Matthew Modine, Michael Gambon, Greta Scacchi, Julian Sands
Directed By:
Mike Figgis
27. The Victors (1963)
6
2
The Victors
6
2
Role:
Russian Soldier
Starring:
George Peppard, Eli Wallach, Peter Fonda, Jeanne Moreau, Romy Schneider, Elke Sommer, Vince Edwards
Directed By:
Carl Foreman
28. Night Must Fall (1964)
13
2
Night Must Fall
13
2

Night Must Fall is a 1964 crime thriller film which is a remake of the 1937 film of the same name. The film revolves around Danny, a hotel bellboy, who is also a psychotic killer. However, he eventually gets in the good books of his aging invalid employer, and also earns the affection of her beautiful daughter, which brings an unpleasant outcome to all. 

Role:
Danny
Starring:
Mona Washbourne, Sheila Hancock, Susan Hampshire, Michael Medwin
Directed By:
Karel Reisz
29. Before the Devil Knows You're Dead (2007)
7
1
Before the Devil Knows You're Dead
R
7
1

Two brothers, Andy and Hank, are desperately in need of money and so they decide to rob their parents’ jewelry shop, fully aware that the insurance will compensate the theft. But their plan goes awry when Hank hires a seasoned thief to execute the operation and their mother decides to fill in for the elderly shop assistant.  

Role:
Charles
Starring:
Philip Seymour Hoffman, Marisa Tomei, Ethan Hawke, Michael Shannon, Aleksa Palladino
Directed By:
Sidney Lumet
30. Gumshoe (1971)
9
2
Gumshoe
PG
9
2

Eddie Ginley, a bingo caller at a nightclub, aspires to become a private detective. He advertises in a newspaper and soon enough receives a strange call and few items. Before he can figure things out, he gets enmeshed in a case involving drug and gun smuggling. Ginley must now solve the case and simultaneously protect his own family.

Role:
Eddie Ginley
Starring:
Frank Finlay, Billie Whitelaw, Janice Rule, Carolyn Seymour
Directed By:
31. The Bourne Legacy (2012)
14
1
The Bourne Legacy
PG-13
14
1

The fourth installment of the Bourne film franchise, The Bourne Legacy, sees black ops agent, Aaron Cross, run for his life from the Department of Defense after he discovers their secret about field operatives. Jeremy Renner stars as the black ops agent who poses a potential threat to the department upon discovering that it is giving performance-enhancing drugs to its operatives.

Starring:
Rachel Weisz, Oscar Isaac, Edward Norton, Corey Stoll, Jeremy Renner, Scott Glenn, Stacy Keach
Directed By:
Tony Gilroy
32. Charlie Bubbles (1967)
8
2
Charlie Bubbles
8
2

Rising from Manchester’s working-class, Charlie Bubbles has achieved success in London as a writer. But now he is dissatisfied and appears to have lost ability to feel, so much so that he is unhappy even while with mistress Eliza. Restless, he returns to Manchester, visits his estranged wife Lottie and son at their farm, as he attempts to reconnect with his roots.

Role:
Charlie Bubbles
Starring:
Liza Minnelli, Billie Whitelaw, Colin Blakely, Timothy Garland
Directed By:
Albert Finney
33. Law and Disorder (1974)
7
1
Law and Disorder
R
7
1

With over-escalating crime wave in New York City, two friends, Willie and Cy, recruit neighborhood volunteers to join a special Auxiliary Police Force. After their regular day-jobs, they patrol the neighborhood streets at night in their Auxiliary police car and uniforms, but their over-enthusiasm often leads to errors of judgment, creating humorous situations. However, will the end result be just as humorous?

Starring:
Ernest Borgnine, Karen Black, Carroll O'Connor, Ann Wedgeworth, Leslie Ackerman
Directed By:
Ivan Passer
34. Wolfen (1981)
11
1
Wolfen
R
11
1

Wolften is a horror thriller film which revolves around a cop in New York City, who is assigned to solve a bizarre set of murders, which resemble animal attacks. He continues his investigation, until he discovers something about an old legend regarding wolf spirits.

Role:
Dewey Wilson
Starring:
Corey Burton, Edward James Olmos, Tom Waits, Tom Noonan, Diane Venora, Gregory Hines
Directed By:
John D. Hancock, Rupert Hitzig, Michael Wadleigh
35. Loving Memory (1971)
7
1
Loving Memory
7
1

Two siblings, a brother and a sister, kill a young cyclist accidentally. However, instead of reporting the accident to the authorities, the woman takes the corpse home with them. She dresses the corpse with the clothes of her second brother, who was killed during the World War II, and tries to engage in conversation with it. Although her brother tries to bury the corpse, she insists on keeping it with them.  

Starring:
Rosamund Greenwood, Roy Evans, David Pugh
Directed By:
36. Looker (1981)
9
1
Looker
PG
9
1
Role:
Dr. Larry Roberts
Starring:
James Coburn, Vanna White, Dorian Harewood, Susan Dey, Leigh Taylor-Young
Directed By:
37. Washington Square (1997)
7
2
Washington Square
PG
7
2
Role:
Dr. Austin Sloper
Starring:
Maggie Smith, Jennifer Garner, Jennifer Jason Leigh, Ben Chaplin
Directed By:
Agnieszka Holland
38. The Burning (1968)
7
1
The Burning
7
1

Made to explore racial tensions in South Africa in the Apartheid era, this short drama film tells the story of a wealthy woman who insists on taking a vacation to the countryside along with her family, despite getting urgent warnings that an uprising is underway.

Starring:
Gwen Ffrangcon Davies, Isobel Muller, Maxine Day, Cosmo Pieterse, Mark Baillie
Directed By:
39. Ocean's Twelve (2004)
9
1
Ocean's Twelve
PG-13
9
1

Following the success Ocean’s Eleven, the sequel Ocean’s Twelve sees the return of Danny Ocean’s heist-gang who need to return the millions, they stole from Terry Benedict. They are also being pursued by Europol detective Isabel Lahiri and are up against master-thief Night Fox, François Toulour as they try to steal the first-ever stock certificate. 

Starring:
Brad Pitt, Bernie Mac, George Clooney, Bruce Willis, Topher Grace, Jared Harris, Eddie Izzard
Directed By:
40. The Adventure of Sherlock Holmes' Smarter Brother (1975)
5
1
The Adventure of Sherlock Holmes' Smarter Brother
PG
5
1
Starring:
Marty Feldman, Mel Brooks, Gene Wilder, Dom DeLuise, Leo McKern, Madeline Kahn
Directed By:
41. Loophole (1981)
6
1
Loophole
PG
6
1

Based on the eponymous novel by Robert Pollock, the film focuses on Stephen Booker, who has been made redundant from his architecture firm just before Christmas. Continuously harassed by his bank manager, he finally agrees to help Mike Daniels in pulling off the biggest heist; breaking the underground safe of the City Savings Deposits Bank.              

Role:
Mike Daniels
Starring:
Martin Sheen, Jonathan Pryce, Colin Blakely, Susannah York
Directed By:
John Quested
42. The Playboys (1992)
7
2
The Playboys
PG-13
7
2
Role:
Constable Brendan Hegarty
Starring:
Aidan Quinn, Robin Wright, Milo O'Shea, Alan Devlin
Directed By:
Gillies MacKinnon
43. The Picasso Summer (1969)
9
1
The Picasso Summer
PG
9
1
Role:
George Smith
Starring:
Theodore Marcuse, Yvette Mimieux, Luis Miguel Dominguín, Jim Connell
Directed By:
Robert Sallin
44. Delivering Milo (2001)
8
1
Delivering Milo
PG
8
1
Role:
Elmore Dahl
Starring:
Lesley Ann Warren, Anton Yelchin, Bridget Fonda, Campbell Scott, Hank Harris
Directed By:
45. Breakfast of Champions (1999)
5
2
Breakfast of Champions
R
5
2

Breakfast of Champions is a comedy film which takes us to a fictional town which is home to several crazy and neurotic characters. One of them include Dwayne, the wealthy owner of a car dealership, who is on the verge of a nervous breakdown, which is making him lose touch with reality. Things get even worse because his wife Celia is addicted to pills.  

Role:
Kilgore Trout
Starring:
Owen Wilson, Nick Nolte, Michael Jai White, Michael Clarke Duncan, Bruce Willis
Directed By:
Alan Rudolph
46. Simpatico (1999)
5
1
Simpatico
R
5
1
Role:
Simms
Starring:
Jeff Bridges, Sharon Stone, Nick Nolte, Catherine Keener
Directed By:
Matthew Warchus
47. Aspects of Love (2005)
7
1
Aspects of Love
7
1
Role:
George Dillingham
Starring:
Jean Louisa Kelly, Sarah Brightman, Stefania Rocca
Directed By:
Gale Edwards
48. A Man of No Importance (1994)
18
1
A Man of No Importance
R
18
1
Role:
Alfred Byrne
Starring:
Jonathan Rhys Meyers, Michael Gambon, Rufus Sewell, Tara Fitzgerald, Brenda Fricker
Directed By:
Suri Krishnamma
49. Orphans (1987)
9
2
Orphans
R
9
2
Role:
Harold
Starring:
Matthew Modine, Anthony Heald, Kevin Anderson, John Kellogg
Directed By:
Alan J. Pakula
50. Rich in Love (1992)
8
2
Rich in Love
PG-13
8
2
Role:
Warren Odom
Starring:
Kyle MacLachlan, Jill Clayburgh, Ethan Hawke, Piper Laurie
Directed By:
Bruce Beresford
51. Hemingway, the Hunter of Death (2001)
6
1
Hemingway, the Hunter of Death
6
1
Role:
Ernest Hemingway
Starring:
Paul Guilfoyle, Fele Martínez
Directed By:
Sergio Dow
52. The Run of the Country (1995)
7
1
The Run of the Country
R
7
1
Role:
Danny's Father
Starring:
David Kelly, Matt Keeslar, Victoria Smurfit, Anthony Brophy
Directed By:
Peter Yates

TV Movie(s)

1. A Midsummer Night's Dream (1959)
9
3
A Midsummer Night's Dream
9
3
Starring:
Ian Holm, Charles Laughton, Vanessa Redgrave, Michael Blakemore, Zoe Caldwell, David Buck
Directed By:
Peter Hall
2. The Biko Inquest (1984)
8
1
The Biko Inquest
8
1
Role:
for Biko family Sidney Kentridge
Starring:
Mark Dignam, Michael Aldridge, Nigel Davenport, Alan Field
Directed By:
Albert Finney, Graham Evans
3. The Gathering Storm (2002)
10
2
The Gathering Storm
G
10
2
Role:
Winston Churchill
Starring:
Lena Headey, Ronnie Barker, Derek Jacobi, Tom Hiddleston, Vanessa Redgrave, Linus Roache, Jim Broadbent
Directed By:
Richard Loncraine
Awards:
Golden Globe Award for Best Performance by an Actor in a Miniseries or a Motion Picture Made for Television, Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Miniseries or a Movie, BAFTA Award for Best Actor
4. Pope John Paul II (1984)
9
1
Pope John Paul II
9
1
Role:
Karol Wojtyla
Starring:
Patrick Stewart, William Simons, Robert Austin, Caroline Bliss, Michael Crompton
Directed By:
Herbert Wise
5. A Rather English Marriage (1998)
12
3
A Rather English Marriage
12
3
Role:
Reggie Conyngham-Jervis
Starring:
Rosamund Pike, Joanna Lumley, Joanna Scanlan, Tom Courtenay, John Light
Directed By:
Paul Seed
6. A Simple Man (1987)
6
1
A Simple Man
6
1
Role:
Introduction
Starring:
Christopher Gable, Moira Shearer
7. The Image (1990)
7
1
The Image
R
7
1
Role:
Jason Cromwell
Starring:
Swoosie Kurtz, Brad Pitt, John Mahoney, Kathy Baker
Directed By:
Peter Werner

Animation(s)

Corpse Bride (2005)
Corpse Bride
TV-PG
Plot:

Victor and Victoria are about to be married when, during wedding rehearsals, Victor makes a mistake and flustered, runs off into woods. He practices his wedding vows in front of a tree and unknowingly ends up marrying a Corpse Bride, Emily. While Emily takes him to the Land of dead, Victoria now has a new suitor.

Starring:
Emily Watson, Johnny Depp, Christopher Lee, Joanna Lumley, Helena Bonham Carter, Tracey Ullman, Paul Whitehouse
Directed By:
Tim Burton, Mike Johnson
NBC Experiment in Television (1967)
NBC Experiment in Television
Starring:
Rodney Dangerfield, Nanette Fabray, Frank Langella, Donald Pleasence, David Warner, Edward Binns
Directed By:
Ernest Pintoff, Victor Vicas, Guy Fraumeni, Federico Fellini

TV Shows and Videos

Theatre Night (1957)
Theatre Night
Starring:
Peter Sellers, Peter O'Toole, Jeremy Brett, Leslie Caron, Paul Scofield, Ian Holm, Ronnie Barker
Directed By:
Stuart Burge, Lindsay Anderson, Harold French, Wallace Douglas, Allan Davis
BBC Sunday-Night Theatre (1950)
BBC Sunday-Night Theatre
Starring:
Richard Attenborough, Nicholas Parsons, Harold Pinter, Laurence Harvey, Luise Rainer, Richard Burton, Trevor Howard
Directed By:
Rudolph Cartier, Harold Clayton, Julian Amyes, Stephen Harrison, Wallace Douglas
Karaoke (1996)
Karaoke
Role:
Daniel Feeld
Starring:
Julie Christie, Ian McDiarmid, Ewan McGregor, Roy Hudd, Richard E. Grant, Keeley Hawes
Directed By:
Renny Rye
My Uncle Silas (2001)
My Uncle Silas
Role:
Uncle Silas
Starring:
Sue Johnston, Joe Prospero
Directed By:
Philip Saville, Tom Clegg
Cold Lazarus (1996)
Cold Lazarus
Role:
Daniel Feeld
Starring:
Diane Ladd, Rob Brydon, Ian McDiarmid, Ciarán Hinds, Frances de la Tour, Grant Masters, Ganiat Kasumu
Directed By:
Renny Rye
The Green Man (1990)
The Green Man
Role:
Maurice
Starring:
Nicky Henson, Linda Marlowe, Sarah Berger, Josie Lawrence
Directed By:
Elijah Moshinsky
Nostromo (1996)
Nostromo
Role:
Dr. Monygham
Starring:
Brian Dennehy, Colin Firth, Claudia Cardinale, Roberto Escobar, Ruth Gabriel
Directed By:
Alastair Reid
Emergency-Ward 10 (1957)
Emergency-Ward 10
Starring:
Michael Crawford, Malcolm McDowell, Joanna Lumley, William Simons, Charles 'Bud' Tingwell, Jill Browne, Frederick Bartman
Directed By:
Dennis Vance, Christopher Morahan, Peter Sasdy, James Ferman, Valerie Hanson
The Endless Game (1989)
The Endless Game
PG-13
Role:
Alec Hillsden
Starring:
Kristin Scott Thomas, Ian Holm, George Segal, Monica Guerritore
Directed By:
Bryan Forbes

Albert Finney Awards

Golden Globe Awards
The Gathering Storm Best Performance by an Actor in a Miniseries or a Motion Picture Made for Television 2003
Scrooge Best Actor in a Motion Picture - Comedy or Musical 1971
Tom Jones Most Promising Newcomer - Male 1964
Primetime Emmy Awards
The Gathering Storm Outstanding Lead Actor in a Miniseries or a Movie 2002
BAFTA Awards
The Gathering Storm Best Actor 2003
Saturday Night and Sunday Morning Most Promising Newcomer to Leading Film Roles 1961