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List of Capucine Movies: Ranked Best To Worst

1. High Rollers (1976)
13
3
High Rollers
PG
13
3
Role:
Belle Duke
Starring:
Anthony Quinn, Sal Borgese, Adriano Celentano, Ugo Bologna
Directed By:
Sergio Corbucci
2. The Pink Panther (1963)
12
2
The Pink Panther
12
2

The Pink Panther is a comedy film, which tells the story of a clumsy detective on the trail of a notorious jewel thief, who is planning to steal a diamond called The Pink Panther. 

Role:
Simone Clouseau
Directed By:
3. Rendezvous in July (1949)
12
3
Rendezvous in July
12
3

This comedy drama film revolves around the life and hopes of a group of jazz loving Parisians.

Starring:
Daniel Gélin, Pierre Trabaud, Maurice Ronet, Nicole Courcel
Directed By:
Jacques Becker
4. North to Alaska (1960)
14
2
North to Alaska
14
2

During the gold rush in Alaska, a prospector named George sends his partner Sam to bring his fiancée to him from Seattle. However, Sam finds out that she has married another man, and therefore he returns with another woman instead, who is the hostess at a dance hall.

Role:
Michelle Bonet aka Angel
Starring:
John Wayne, Stewart Granger, Ernie Kovacs, Fabian, Stewart Granger
Directed By:
Henry Hathaway
5. Fellini's Satyricon (1969)
12
2
Fellini's Satyricon
R
12
2

This film takes us to first-century Rome, and revolves around two student friends who argue about the ownership of a slave boy named Gitone.

Starring:
Salvo Randone, Martin Potter, Hiram Keller, Max Born
Directed By:
6. Soleil rouge (1971)
12
2
Soleil rouge
PG
12
2

Two gangsters enter a train in which the Japanese ambassador is travelling, along with a valuable gold sword, which he intends to present as a gift to the American president. They also shoot one of his bodyguards. However, the surviving bodyguard Kuroda, goes after the gangsters to track them down and kill them.

Role:
Pepita
Directed By:
Terence Young
8. Jackpot (1975)
11
2
Jackpot
11
2
Starring:
James Coburn, Richard Burton, Maurice Ronet, Charlotte Rampling
Directed By:
Terence Young
10. The Eagle with Two Heads (1948)
11
3
The Eagle with Two Heads
11
3

The Eagle With Two Heads is a French drama film, which revolves around a poet, who plans to assassinate an unpopular queen. However, things take a turn and the two instead fall in love. 

Starring:
Edwige Feuillère, Jean Marais, Jean Debucourt, Silvia Monfort, Jacques Varennes
Directed By:
11. Fraulein Doktor (1969)
12
3
Fraulein Doktor
M
12
3

A cunning female German spy allies with a physician in order to attempt to assassinate British Field Marshall Lord Kitchener during the First World War. However, when her team is captured by the enemy, the physician escapes with the knowledge of Kitchener’s whereabouts. 

Starring:
Alexander Knox, Kenneth More, Nigel Green, Suzy Kendall
Directed By:
Alberto Lattuada
12. The Exquisite Cadaver (1969)
11
2
The Exquisite Cadaver
R
11
2
Role:
Lucia Fonte
Starring:
Carlos Estrada, Teresa Gimpera, Judy Matheson, Eduardo Doménech
Directed By:
Vicente Aranda
13. Incorrigible (1975)
11
3
Incorrigible
11
3
Starring:
Jean-Paul Belmondo, Daniel Ceccaldi, Geneviève Bujold, Charles Gérard
Directed By:
Philippe de Broca
14. The 7th Dawn (1964)
12
2
The 7th Dawn
12
2

Ferris, Dhana and Ng were co-fighters and friends during the WWII. But their path has become divergent since then. Ferris is now a rich businessman enjoying the company of Dhana, now the head of a schoolteacher's union, while Ng has become a committed revolutionist. Trouble starts when Dhana is arrested for carrying explosive for the insurgents. 

Role:
Dhana Mercier
Starring:
William Holden, Michael Goodliffe, Susannah York, Tetsurô Tanba
Directed By:
Lewis Gilbert
15. The Lion (1962)
12
2
The Lion
12
2

Growing up in a Kenyan wildlife reserve with her mother and stepfather, 11-years-old Tina is comfortable with tribal customs and enjoys company of wild animals, especially her best friend, a lion. Worried that Tina is turning into a primitive, uncivilized girl, mother Christine calls Tina’s biological father, Robert, to help with Tina’s upbringing. But that may not be all that Christine wants.  

Role:
Christine
Starring:
Trevor Howard, William Holden, Pamela Franklin, Zamba
Directed By:
Jack Cardiff
16. Nest of Vipers (1978)
11
2
Nest of Vipers
R
11
2

The young lover of an Italian aristocrat falls in love with one of her piano students. This leads to seduction, blackmail, betrayal and eventually murder.

Role:
Amalia Mazzarini
Starring:
Senta Berger, Maria Monti, Paolo Bonacelli, Ornella Muti
Directed By:
Tonino Cervi
17. What's New Pussycat (1965)
10
2
What's New Pussycat
10
2

Michael is a playboy by nature, who is determined to reform and stay faithful to his fiancée Carole. Things however get complicated when several attractive women get charmed by him.  Eventually, he is forced to ask for help from a demented psychologist who is having romantic problems of his own.

Role:
Renée
Starring:
Peter O'Toole, Romy Schneider, Woody Allen, Peter Sellers, Ursula Andress, Richard Burton, Paula Prentiss
Directed By:
Clive Donner
18. Balles perdues (1983)
10
2
Balles perdues
10
2
Role:
Madam Teufminn
Starring:
Maria Schneider, Andréa Ferréol, Serge Valletti, Charles Millot
Directed By:
Jean-Louis Comolli
19. Atrocious Tales of Love and Death (1979)
10
2
Atrocious Tales of Love and Death
10
2

Atrocious Tales of Love and Death is a mystery comedy film which tells the story of a poor mandolin player whose life gets more troubled than it already is, after three murders occur.

Starring:
Marcello Mastroianni, Michel Piccoli, Renato Pozzetto, Ornella Muti
Directed By:
Sergio Corbucci
20. Song Without End (1960)
11
2
Song Without End
11
2

Subtitled The Story of Franz Liszt, the film focuses on the life of the famous Hungarian pianist and composer, Franz Liszt. Caught in an unhappy marriage, he is thinking of quitting performances and devoting his life to God, when he meets Princess Carolyne, the wife of Prince Nicholas of Russia and falls in love with her. 

Role:
Princess Carolyne Wittgenstein
Starring:
Dirk Bogarde, Patricia Morison, Geneviève Page, Ivan Desny
Directed By:
21. The Queens (1966)
10
3
The Queens
10
3

This film tells four different stories by four different directors. The first one is about the sexual misadventures of a teen girl; the second is about an opportunistic gypsy babysitter; the third one is about an adulterous husband; the fourth one is about a wealthy woman who uses her butler for her lust when she is drunk.

Starring:
Raquel Welch, Claudia Cardinale, Alberto Sordi, Enrico Maria Salerno
Directed By:
Mario Monicelli, Mauro Bolognini, Antonio Pietrangeli
22. Le triomphe de Michel Strogoff (1961)
10
2
Le triomphe de Michel Strogoff
10
2
Role:
Tatoa, a Volskaya
Starring:
Curd Jürgens, Daniel Emilfork, Jacques Bézard, Raymond Gérôme
Directed By:
Viktor Tourjansky
23. Beach Casanova (1962)
10
2
Beach Casanova
10
2
Starring:
Jean-Paul Belmondo, Martine Carol, Curd Jürgens, Gabriele Ferzetti, Jean-Paul Belmondo
Directed By:
Vittorio Sala
24. Frou-Frou (1955)
10
2
Frou-Frou
10
2

This French comedy film tells the story of Frou-Frou, a sixteen year old peddler. Her life takes a turn, when she meets four gentlemen, who agree on helping her in improving her situation. They introduce her to the upper class of society and teach her how to behave like a lady. However, things get ugly when she falls for an artist. Things get worse when he leaves her with a daughter, and commits suicide.   

Starring:
Gino Cervi, Philippe Lemaire, Dany Robin, Isabelle Pia,
Directed By:
Augusto Genina
25. Arabian Adventure (1979)
11
2
Arabian Adventure
G
11
2

Evil sorcerer, Caliph Alquazar, promises his daughter’s hand in marriage to Prince Hasan, if Hasan can bring him the magical Rose of Elil. Prince Hasan embarks on a magical adventure, overcoming obstacles, genies and battling monsters to reach the rose and claim the hand of the Princess Zuleira. 

Starring:
Christopher Lee, John Ratzenberger, Mickey Rooney, Milo O'Shea, Oliver Tobias, Emma Samms
Directed By:
Kevin Connor
26. Ecco noi per esempio... (1977)
9
2
Ecco noi per esempio...
9
2

This comedy film tells the story of a poet named Palmambrogio Guanziroli, who loses his wallet shortly after his arrival in Milan. Although he manages to locate the culprit, who is a photographer nicknamed ‘Click’, the latter doesn’t want to give the money back. Therefore, Guanziroli takes up residence with him, and says that he will not leave until his money is returned or his poetry is published.

Starring:
Adriano Celentano, Antonio Casagrande, Barbara Bach, Renato Pozzetto
Directed By:
Sergio Corbucci
27. From Hell to Victory (1979)
9
2
From Hell to Victory
PG
9
2

In 1939, six friends of different nationalities meet at a café in Paris, and promise to each other that they will meet again after the War is over. On the day Paris is liberated, three of the surviving friends eventually meet at the café.  

Starring:
George Peppard, Horst Buchholz, George Hamilton, Jean-Pierre Cassel
Directed By:
Umberto Lenzi
28. Delirium (1987)
9
3
Delirium
9
3
Starring:
George Eastman, David Brandon, Daria Nicolodi, Serena Grandi
Directed By:
Lamberto Bava
29. Per amore (1976)
9
2
Per amore
9
2
Role:
Marina Reggiani, Alberto's wife
Starring:
Lilla Brignone, Michael Craig, Tino Carraro, Janet Agren
Directed By:
Mino Giarda
30. Trail of the Pink Panther (1982)
8
2
Trail of the Pink Panther
PG
8
2

Trail of the Pink Panther is a crime comedy mystery film which tells the story of a TV reporter who decides to investigate the matter when Inspector Clouseau goes missing all of a sudden during a mission. In order to solve the mystery, he tries to interview everyone who was close to Clouseau.

Starring:
Joanna Lumley, Julie Andrews, Peter Sellers, David Niven, Herbert Lom
Directed By:
31. Crazy Show (1949)
8
2
Crazy Show
8
2

A nobleman is planning to announce his engagement during a festive show. However, things turn complicated when it turns out that one of his friends is in love with his intended bride.  

Starring:
Raymond Bussières, Robert Dhéry, Marcel Vallée, Julien Carette
Directed By:
Robert Dhéry
32. Jaguar Lives! (1979)
7
1
Jaguar Lives!
PG
7
1

This martial arts action film tells the story of a secret agent, whose partner is killed by an international drug cartel. He teams up with a karate expert and sets out to take them down.

Role:
Zina Vanacore
Starring:
John Huston, Donald Pleasence, Christopher Lee, Joe Lewis, Barbara Bach
Directed By:
Ernest Pintoff
33. Aphrodite (1982)
7
1
Aphrodite
R
7
1
Role:
Lady Suzanne Stanford
Starring:
Horst Buchholz, Catherine Jourdan, Delia Boccardo, Valérie Kaprisky
Directed By:
Robert Fuest
34. Curse of the Pink Panther (1983)
7
1
Curse of the Pink Panther
PG
7
1

When Inspector Jacques Clouseau disappears, Sergeant Clifton Sleigh of the NYPD is assigned to find him. However, he proves to be just as incompetent as the man he is looking for. Regardless, he tries his best to prove his worth. Eventually, he begins to feel that Clouseau has most likely not been kidnapped, but he has intentionally hidden his identity after undergoing plastic surgery.

Role:
Lady Simone Litton
Starring:
Roger Moore, Joanna Lumley, David Niven, Robert Wagner, Robert Loggia, Herbert Lom
Directed By:
35. Bernard and the Lion (1951)
7
1
Bernard and the Lion
7
1
Starring:
Robert Dhéry, Gérard Calvi, Roger Saget, Robert Destain
Directed By:
Robert Dhéry
36. My Friend Sainfoin (1950)
9
2
My Friend Sainfoin
9
2
Starring:
Pierre Blanchar, Alfred Adam, Jacqueline Porel, Sophie Desmarets
Directed By:
Marc-Gilbert Sauvajon
37. I miei primi 40 anni (1987)
6
1
I miei primi 40 anni
R
6
1
Role:
Principessa Caracciolo
Starring:
Elliott Gould, Jean Rochefort, Pierre Cosso, Carol Alt
Directed By:
Carlo Vanzina

TV Movie(s)

1. Honor Thy Father (1986)
8
2
Honor Thy Father
8
2
Starring:
Donald Pleasence, Rossano Brazzi, Orso Maria Guerrini, Franco Diogene
Directed By:
Stefano Ferrari

TV Shows and Videos

Search (1972)
Search
Starring:
Bert Convy, Mary Ann Mobley, Mel Ferrer, Barbara Feldon, Burgess Meredith, Hugh O'Brian, Luciana Paluzzi
Cinéma 16 (1975)
Cinéma 16
Starring:
Anna Karina, Leslie Caron, Christopher Lambert, Danielle Darrieux, Jean-Pierre Aumont, Leslie Caron
Murder, She Wrote (1984)
Murder, She Wrote
Starring:
Megan Mullally, Gavin MacLeod, Doris Roberts, Fred Willard, George Takei, Adam West, Jean Simmons
Directed By:
Anthony Pullen Shaw, Walter Grauman, Vincent McEveety, Seymour Robbie, Jerry Jameson
Sins (1986)
Sins
Starring:
Timothy Dalton, Lauren Hutton, Joan Collins, Gene Kelly, Steven Berkoff, Jean-Pierre Aumont, Marisa Berenson
Directed By:
Douglas Hickox
Hart to Hart (1979)
Hart to Hart
Starring:
Lois Chiles, Robert Englund, Jerry Stiller, Amanda Blake, Rory Calhoun, David McCallum, Florence Henderson
Directed By:
Tom Mankiewicz, Earl Bellamy, Harry Winer, Paul Krasny, Ralph Senensky
Série noire (1984)
Série noire
Starring:
A. J. Langer, Jean Reno, James Doohan, A.J. Langer, Danielle Darrieux, James Doohan
Directed By:
Jean-Luc Godard