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List of Charles Laughton Movies: Ranked Best To Worst

1. Witness for the Prosecution (1957)
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Witness for the Prosecution
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Barrister Sir Wilfrid Robarts has decided to defend Leonard Vole, accused of murdering his benefactor, believing him to be innocent although strong circumstantial evidences point towards his client. He is surprised when Leonard’s wife, who has earlier provided an alibi, testifies against him. Robarts does not know that this is the first in the series of many surprises that is awaiting him. 

Role:
Sir Wilfrid Roberts
Starring:
Elsa Lanchester, Marlene Dietrich, John Williams, Tyrone Power
Directed By:
2. The Hunchback of Notre Dame (1939)
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2
The Hunchback of Notre Dame
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2

Based on the novel of the same name by Victor Hugo, The Hunchback of Notre Dame is a romantic drama film which tells the story of Esmeralda, a young gypsy girl, who is framed for murder by Jehan Frollo, the Chief Justice, who is infatuated with her. Quasmito, a hunchback, who knows that she is innocent, is determined to save the girl.

Role:
The Hunchback Quasimodo
Starring:
Cedric Hardwicke, Thomas Mitchell, Maureen O'Hara, Edmond O'Brien
Directed By:
William Dieterle
3. Mutiny on the Bounty (1935)
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Mutiny on the Bounty
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2

Based on the 'Mutiny of 1788,’ this Academy Award-winning movie follows British Naval vessel HMS Bounty, captained by tyrannical Bligh, on its voyage to Tahiti. When Bligh’s ruthless discipline causes surgeon’s death, and he shackles crew-members in chains, ship’s Lieutenant Christian leads rebellious crew into mutiny, setting Bligh adrift in a boat. Later, midshipman Byam, though not part of the mutiny, faces court martial.

Role:
Bligh
Starring:
Clark Gable, David Niven, James Cagney, Franchot Tone, Herbert Mundin, Eddie Quillan
Directed By:
Frank Lloyd
4. Spartacus (1960)
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Spartacus
PG-13
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Arrogant Thracian slave Spartacus, who is trained in a gladiatorial school, rises in arms against his captors following repeated humiliations and incites a violent revolt involving thousands of slaves. As the group travels south to board ships to other lands, two opposing senators attempt to use the slave revolt to seize control of the decadent Roman Republic.

Role:
Gracchus
Directed By:
5. Hobson's Choice (1954)
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Hobson's Choice
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2

Henry Hobson is a widower and a father to three daughters named Maggie, Alice and Vickie. He is quite miserly and tyrannical, and all three of his daughters want to get married and leave him. However, this becomes difficult because he is unwilling to provide any dowry.

Role:
Henry Hobson
Starring:
Sir John Mills, John Mills, Brenda de Banzie, Daphne Anderson, Prunella Scales
Directed By:
6. The Night of the Hunter (1955)
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The Night of the Hunter
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Reverend Harry Powell is a misogynistic serial killer. When he is arrested for a stolen car, he ends up serving time with murderer Ben Harper who has hidden US $10k in his daughter’s doll. When Powell is released after Harper’s execution he reaches the Harpers home with murderous intentions and to recover the money. 

Starring:
Robert Mitchum, Shelley Winters, Lillian Gish, Peter Graves, Evelyn Varden, James Gleason
Directed By:
Charles Laughton
8. Advise & Consent (1962)
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Advise & Consent
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Robert Leffingwell is chosen as the President’s nominee for Secretary of State. However, prior to his approval, he needs to go through a Senate investigation that will determine if he is qualified. It is soon revealed that he used to have affiliations with a communist organization in the past.

Role:
Senator Seabright Cooley
Starring:
Betty White, Gene Tierney, Henry Fonda, Franchot Tone, Walter Pidgeon
Directed By:
9. Les Misérables (1935)
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Les Misérables
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2

Loosely based on the novel of the same name by Victor Hugo, Les Misérables is a drama film which takes us to 19th century France, and tells the story of a French ex-convict Jean, who is pursued by Inspector Javert, after he is convicted of stealing a loaf of bread.

Role:
Inspector Emile Javert
Starring:
John Carradine, Fredric March, Rochelle Hudson, Frances Drake, Cedric Hardwicke
Directed By:
Richard Boleslawski
10. Day-Dreams (1928)
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Day-Dreams
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Role:
Lecherous Boarder / Ram Das in Dream Sequence
Starring:
Elsa Lanchester, Harold Warrender, Dorice Fordred, Marie Wright
Directed By:
Ivor Montagu
11. The Suspect (1944)
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The Suspect
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Role:
Philip
Starring:
Stanley Ridges, Henry Daniell, Ella Raines, Dean Harens
Directed By:
Robert Siodmak
12. Ruggles of Red Gap (1935)
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Ruggles of Red Gap
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Ruggles of Red Gap is a comedy film which tells the story of Marmaduke Ruggles, who works for the Earl of Burnstead as a valet and butler. During his stay in Paris, his master tells him that he has gambled him away, and therefore American millionaires Egbert and Effie Floud are now his new masters. Ruggles has no other option but to accompany them to the American west, where he tries to fit into the American way of life.   

Role:
Ruggles
Starring:
Zasu Pitts, Roland Young, Charles Ruggles, Mary Boland
Directed By:
Leo McCarey
13. This Land Is Mine (1943)
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This Land Is Mine
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2
Role:
Albert Lory
Starring:
John Banner, George Sanders, Maureen O'Hara, Walter Slezak, Kent Smith
Directed By:
14. It Started with Eve (1941)
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It Started with Eve
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When a very ill wealthy man expresses his wish to meet his son’s fiancée, the son hastily requests a hatcheck girl to pose as his betrothed, as his real fiancée is unavailable. The father takes a liking to the girl, his health improves tremendously, and he plans their actual engagement. By then, the real fiancée is also back, complicating the matters further. 

Role:
Jonathan Reynolds
Starring:
John Banner, Guy Kibbee, Robert Cummings, Deanna Durbin
Directed By:
Henry Koster
15. Island of Lost Souls (1932)
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Island of Lost Souls
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Edward is a shipwrecked sailor who is rescued by a freighter carrying animals. After arriving at an island, he is welcomed by Dr Moreau, who introduces him to a shy and withdrawn woman named Lota. Edward soon begins to feel that something is wrong with the place, after he hears screams. He is convinced that Moreau is engaged in sadistic vivisection, and he tries to leave, but he is stopped by brutish-looking humanoid creatures resembling various animals. Dr Moreau soon reveals that he has been conducting genetic experiments on animals to turn them into human beings.

Role:
Dr. Moreau
Starring:
Bela Lugosi, Alan Ladd, Leila Hyams, Richard Arlen
Directed By:
Erle C. Kenton
16. Tales of Manhattan (1942)
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Tales of Manhattan
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Role:
Charles Smith
Starring:
Edward G. Robinson, Charles Boyer, Rita Hayworth, Ginger Rogers, W. C. Fields, Elsa Lanchester, Henry Fonda
Directed By:
Julien Duvivier
17. The Blue Veil (1951)
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The Blue Veil
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2

The Blue Veil is a historical drama film, which tells the story of a widow who loses her only child during the First World War. Therefore, she decides to spend the rest of her life working as a nurse for little children in order to fill the emptiness within her.

Role:
Fred K. Begley
Starring:
Natalie Wood, Jane Wyman, Agnes Moorehead, Vivian Vance, Don Taylor, Richard Carlson, Joan Blondell
Directed By:
Curtis Bernhardt, Busby Berkeley
18. O. Henry's Full House (1952)
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O. Henry's Full House
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Role:
Soapy (segment "The Cop and the Anthem")
Starring:
Anne Baxter, Jeanne Crain, Oscar Levant, Richard Widmark, Marilyn Monroe, Farley Granger
Directed By:
Henry Koster, Jean Negulesco, Howard Hawks, Henry Hathaway, Henry King
19. The Private Life of Henry VIII. (1933)
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The Private Life of Henry VIII.
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Role:
Henry VIII
Starring:
Merle Oberon, Robert Donat, Elsa Lanchester, Miles Mander, Franklin Dyall
Directed By:
Alexander Korda
Awards:
Academy Award for Best Actor in a Leading Role
20. Leben des Galilei (1947)
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Leben des Galilei
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Role:
Galileo Galilei
Starring:
Hugo Haas, Peter Brocco, Stephen Brown, Frances Heflin
Directed By:
Joseph Losey, Ruth Berlau
21. Forever and a Day (1943)
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Forever and a Day
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During the Second World War, an American travels all the way to Britain, to sell an old house near London, belonging to his family. However, he gets involved in much more than a simple real estate transaction. 

Starring:
Buster Keaton, Merle Oberon, Elsa Lanchester, Ray Milland, George Kirby, Doreen Munroe, May Beatty
Directed By:
Edmund Goulding, Cedric Hardwicke, Frank Lloyd, Victor Saville, Robert Stevenson
22. The Old Dark House (1932)
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The Old Dark House
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While driving during night time, Philip, his wife Margaret, get lost with their friend Roger in a heavy storm. They come upon an old house in the Welsh countryside, owned by man named Horace and his sister Rebecca, where they seek shelter. Horace and Rebecca warn the guests that their butler is dangerous, and their 102 year old father is still living in the house. However, things are not what they seem.

Role:
Sir William Porterhouse
Starring:
Gloria Stuart, Ernest Thesiger, Melvyn Douglas, Lilian Bond
Directed By:
James Whale
23. The Canterville Ghost (1944)
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The Canterville Ghost
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Role:
Sir Simon de Canterville / The Ghost
Starring:
Reginald Owen, Robert Young, William Gargan, Margaret O'Brien
Directed By:
Norman Z. McLeod, Jules Dassin
24. Rembrandt (1936)
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Rembrandt
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Role:
Rembrandt
Starring:
Elsa Lanchester, Edward Chapman, Gertrude Lawrence, Walter Hudd
Directed By:
Alexander Korda
25. If I Had a Million (1932)
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If I Had a Million
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Role:
Phineas V. Lambert
Starring:
Gary Cooper, W. C. Fields, Jack Oakie, George Raft, Richard Bennett
Directed By:
Norman Taurog, William A. Seiter, Ernst Lubitsch, Norman Z. McLeod, H. Bruce Humberstone
26. Piccadilly (1929)
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Piccadilly
TV-PG
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4
Starring:
Anna May Wong, Ray Milland, Gilda Gray, Jameson Thomas, Cyril Ritchard, King Hou Chang
Directed By:
Ewald André Dupont
27. St. Martin's Lane (1938)
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St. Martin's Lane
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In this black and white comedy drama, Charles Staggers, a busker in London, comes across a pickpocket Libby. He spots her potential as a dancer and takes her under his wings. Later, he falls in love with her. Libby soon bags an opportunity to work with a famous theatre composer, Harley Prentiss, and thereafter climbs the ladder of success quickly. Meanwhile, Charles is heartbroken.

Role:
Charles Staggers
Starring:
Rex Harrison, Vivien Leigh, Larry Adler, Tyrone Guthrie
Directed By:
Tim Whelan
28. The Barretts of Wimpole Street (1934)
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The Barretts of Wimpole Street
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This romantic drama film takes us to 19th century London, and tells the story of patriarch Edward Moulton Barrett and his children. Edward is quite strict towards all nine of them. In addition, he has forbidden his children from getting married as well. This causes problems with the youngest daughter Henrietta, as she is in love with Captain Surtees Cook, with whom she wants to get married. The only child who abides by Edward’s rules is his daughter Elizabeth. Since she is bedridden due to her chronic illness, she doesn’t seem to mind. However, her outlook on life changes after she meets Robert Browning, a young poet.

Role:
Edward Moulton-Barrett
Starring:
Norma Shearer, Fredric March, Katharine Alexander, Maureen O'Sullivan
Directed By:
Sidney Franklin
29. Payment Deferred (1932)
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Payment Deferred
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A bank clerk William Marble, is desperate for money, in order to clear his family bills. When his rich nephew visits him, William asks him for a loan. When the latter refuses, William murders him, out of desperation. 

Role:
William Marble
Starring:
Ray Milland, Maureen O'Sullivan, Dorothy Peterson, Verree Teasdale
Directed By:
Lothar Mendes
30. Because of Him (1946)
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Because of Him
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Role:
John Sheridan
Starring:
Helen Broderick, Franchot Tone, Stanley Ridges, Deanna Durbin
Directed By:
Richard Wallace
31. The Beachcomber (1938)
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The Beachcomber
12
2

Ginger Ted leads a dissolute life on a Dutch colonial island.  However, the sister of a pious missionary tries to reform him and bring stability to his life.  

Role:
Ginger Ted' Wilson
Starring:
Elsa Lanchester, Tyrone Guthrie, Robert Newton, Eliot Makeham
Directed By:
Erich Pommer
32. Blue Bottles (1928)
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Blue Bottles
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3
Role:
Burglar
Starring:
Elsa Lanchester, Joe Beckett, Dorice Fordred, Marie Wright
Directed By:
Ivor Montagu
33. The Sign of the Cross (1932)
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2
The Sign of the Cross
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2
Role:
Emperor Nero Claudius Caesar
Starring:
Claudette Colbert, John Carradine, Fredric March, Ian Keith, Elissa Landi
Directed By:
34. Galileo (1975)
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Galileo
PG
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2

The film depicts life of 17th century Italian scientist Galileo Galilei. Using the new scientific instrument, telescope, he confirms the Copernican theory that Sun is at the center of the universe, not the Earth. When he moves to Florence for a teaching position, Galileo faces conflicts with Roman Catholic Church; he is called before Inquisition, and is made to retract his views.

Starring:
John Gielgud, Tom Conti, Chaim Topol, Colin Blakely, Clive Revill, Georgia Brown, Topol
Directed By:
Joseph Losey
35. The Bribe (1949)
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The Bribe
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3
Role:
J.J. Bealer
Starring:
Ava Gardner, Vincent Price, Robert Taylor, John Hodiak
Directed By:
36. Young Bess (1953)
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Young Bess
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3
Role:
King Henry VIII
Starring:
Stewart Granger, Deborah Kerr, Jean Simmons, Kay Walsh, Cecil Kellaway
Directed By:
George Sidney
37. The Paradine Case (1947)
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The Paradine Case
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Anthony Keane is an attorney who has agreed to represent Mrs. Paradine, who is being charged of murdering her wealthy husband. Due to her beauty, the lawyer finds himself quite attracted to the woman, although he has been happily married himself for eleven years. He tries to pin the crime of murder on Latour, her servant; however the plan backfires.

Role:
Judge Lord Thomas Horfield
Starring:
Gregory Peck, Louis Jourdan, Ethel Barrymore, Alfred Hitchcock, Charles Coburn
Directed By:
38. Stand by for Action (1942)
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Stand by for Action
10
3

During the Second World War, two Navy officers take command of an obsolete World War I vintage destroyer, assigned to convoy-escort duty in the Japanese-controlled waters in the South Pacific. 

Role:
Rear Adm. Stephen Thomas
Starring:
Walter Brennan, Robert Taylor, Brian Donlevy, Marilyn Maxwell
Directed By:
Robert Z. Leonard
39. Under Ten Flags (1960)
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3
Under Ten Flags
10
3

Told from a German point of view, this war drama film is based on events of the Second World War. The film revolves around a German raider who uses various disguises and forces British ships to surrender. 

Role:
Admiral Russell
Starring:
Cecil Parker, Van Heflin, John Ericson, Mylène Demongeot
Directed By:
Duilio Coletti
40. Abbott and Costello Meet Captain Kidd (1952)
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3
Abbott and Costello Meet Captain Kidd
10
3

Rocky and Puddin’ Head are waiting tables at an inn, when they suddenly receive a letter for delivery. However, their lives take a complete turn when it gets switched with a treasure map.

Role:
Capt. William Kidd
Starring:
Lou Costello, Bud Abbott, Hillary Brooke, Bill Shirley
Directed By:
Charles Lamont
41. The Strange Door (1951)
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2
The Strange Door
9
2
Role:
Sire Alain de Maletroit
Starring:
Boris Karloff, Sally Forrest, Richard Wyler, William Cottrell
Directed By:
Joseph Pevney
42. Devil and the Deep (1932)
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Devil and the Deep
9
2

The Devil and the Deep is a drama film, which tells the story of a British submarine officer who goes crazy after learning that his wife is having an affair. Therefore, he thinks of a way to kill her and her lover. 

Role:
Cmdr. Charles Sturm
Starring:
Cary Grant, Gary Cooper, Tallulah Bankhead, Paul Porcasi
Directed By:
Marion Gering
43. They Knew What They Wanted (1940)
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2
They Knew What They Wanted
10
2

Tony Patucci is the successful owner of a vineyard in California, but he is self-conscious about his poor English and lack of social grace. When he starts courting a young woman by mail, he sends as photograph of his foreman instead of his own. However, this eventually leads to complications after she accepts his marriage proposal.  

Role:
Tony Patucci
Starring:
Carole Lombard, Harry Carey, Frank Fay, William Gargan
Directed By:
Garson Kanin
44. Jamaica Inn (1939)
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Jamaica Inn
12
2

Jamaica Inn is a crime adventure film which tells the story of a woman named Mary, who is sent to live with her uncle and aunt in Cornwall. Things take a turn when she discovers that her uncle’s property is being used for criminal activities, by a gang that arranges shipwrecks for profit.

Role:
Sir Humphrey Pengallan
Starring:
Emlyn Williams, Maureen O'Hara, Horace Hodges, Hay Petrie
Directed By:
45. Captain Kidd (1945)
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Captain Kidd
10
2

Based on real events, Captain Kidd is an adventure drama film which revolves around the adventures of Captain William Kid, a ruthless pirate, whose life around his greed for treasures and treachery.  

Role:
Capt. William Kidd
Starring:
John Carradine, Reginald Owen, Randolph Scott, Barbara Britton
Directed By:
Rowland V. Lee
46. Arch of Triumph (1948)
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2
Arch of Triumph
9
2
Role:
Ivon Haake
Starring:
Ingrid Bergman, Charles Boyer, Louis Calhern, Ruth Warrick
Directed By:
Lewis Milestone
47. Passport to Destiny (1944)
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2
Passport to Destiny
9
2

This comedy drama film tells the story of a cleaning lady, who travels from London to Berlin and start working in Hitler’s headquarters, planning to assassinate him. However, her plan fails, and she has no option but to escape back to London.

Starring:
Elsa Lanchester, Fritz Feld, Lionel Royce, Lenore Aubert
Directed By:
Ray McCarey
48. White Woman (1933)
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White Woman
9
2

White Woman is a drama film which tells the story of a young woman who gets married to the rich owner of a rubber plantation. However, when she returns with him to Malaysia, she finds out about his insanely possessive and cruel nature. She soon finds herself being attracted to the supervisor of the plantation.

Role:
Horace H. Prin
Starring:
Carole Lombard, Charles Bickford, Kent Taylor, Percy Kilbride
Directed By:
Stuart Walker
49. The Man from Down Under (1943)
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2
The Man from Down Under
9
2

An Australian soldier fighting in the First World War befriends a small Belgian orphaned boy and his sister on the night he is about to return home. He decides to take them home with him, and soon starts raising them himself.

Role:
Jocko Wilson
Starring:
Donna Reed, Richard Carlson, Binnie Barnes, Christopher Severn
Directed By:
Robert Z. Leonard
50. The Tuttles of Tahiti (1942)
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2
The Tuttles of Tahiti
9
2
Role:
Jonas
Starring:
Jon Hall, Gene Reynolds, Victor Francen, Peggy Drake
Directed By:
Charles Vidor
51. The Girl from Manhattan (1948)
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2
The Girl from Manhattan
9
2

Carol is an actress and fashion model from New York, who arrives at a town named Pittsfield, to live with her uncle Homer, who is a boarding-house keeper. She is upset upon learning that the money she has been sending him to pay off his mortgage is actually going to a bunch of non-paying guests.  

Role:
The Bishop
Starring:
William Frawley, Ernest Truex, Hugh Herbert, Dorothy Lamour
Directed By:
Alfred E. Green
52. The Man on the Eiffel Tower (1950)
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2
The Man on the Eiffel Tower
10
2

After the murder of a rich widow, Inspector Jules Maigret is called in to investigate. His investigations lead him to Johann Radek who has been paid by the widow’s nephew Bill Kirby to commit the murder. As Radek steps up his psychological game against Maigret, the chase for the murderer ends on top of the Eiffel Tower.  

Role:
Inspector Jules Maigret
Starring:
Franchot Tone, Burgess Meredith, Robert Hutton, Jean Wallace
Directed By:
Charles Laughton, Burgess Meredith, Irving Allen
53. On Our Merry Way (1948)
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3
On Our Merry Way
9
3

On Our Merry Way is a slapstick comedy film revolving around Oliver, who has lied to wife about being a reporter in a newspaper, though he is actually a clerk there. 

Starring:
Carl Switzer, Paulette Goddard, Fred MacMurray, James Stewart, Henry Fonda
Directed By:
54. Salome (1953)
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2
Salome
9
2
Role:
King Herod
Starring:
Stewart Granger, Rita Hayworth, Cedric Hardwicke, Judith Anderson
Directed By:
William Dieterle
55. The Tonic (1928)
10
2
The Tonic
10
2
Role:
Father of the Family
Starring:
Elsa Lanchester, Renee De Vaux
Directed By:
Ivor Montagu
56. Down River (1931)
10
2
Down River
10
2
Role:
Captain Grossman
Starring:
Harold Huth, Hartley Power, Jane Baxter, Kenneth Kove
Directed By:
Peter Godfrey

TV Movie(s)

1. A Midsummer Night's Dream (1959)
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3
A Midsummer Night's Dream
13
3
Starring:
Vanessa Redgrave, Ian Holm, Albert Finney, Michael Blakemore, Zoe Caldwell, David Buck
Directed By:
Peter Hall

TV Shows and Videos

Studio 57 (1954)
Studio 57
Starring:
Rod Taylor, Keenan Wynn, Michael Landon, Hume Cronyn, Alan Young, James Whitmore, Carolyn Jones
Directed By:
Herschel Daugherty, Richard Irving, John English, Jules Bricken, Don Weis
Playhouse 90 (1956)
Playhouse 90
Starring:
Paul Newman, Charlton Heston, Charles Bronson, Leslie Nielsen, Zsa Zsa Gabor, Andy Griffith, Mickey Rooney
Directed By:
John Frankenheimer, Franklin J. Schaffner, Ralph Nelson, Vincent J. Donehue, Arthur Hiller
Festival (1963)
Festival
Starring:
Diane Cilento, Judi Dench, Lee Grant, Cyril Cusack, Mary Ure
Checkmate (1960)
Checkmate
Starring:
Angie Dickinson, Jack Lord, Werner Klemperer, James Coburn, Martin Landau, Eleanor Parker, Mary Tyler Moore
Directed By:
Alexander Singer, Don Weis, Alan Crosland Jr., Don Taylor, Herschel Daugherty
On Trial (1956)
On Trial
Starring:
Joan Fontaine, Inger Stevens, Alexis Smith, Joan Crawford, Rod Steiger, Barbara Bel Geddes, Keenan Wynn
Directed By:
Herschel Daugherty
Wagon Train (1957)
Wagon Train
Starring:
Barbara Stanwyck, David Carradine, Lee Marvin, Elizabeth Montgomery, Don Rickles, Bette Davis, John Wayne
Directed By:
Virgil W. Vogel, Joseph Pevney, Jerry Hopper, Allen H. Miner, Herschel Daugherty
Ford Star Jubilee (1955)
Ford Star Jubilee
Starring:
Orson Welles, Lauren Bacall, Julie Andrews, Roger Moore, Bing Crosby, Marion Ross, Betty Grable
Directed By:
Paul Nickell, Franklin J. Schaffner, Noël Coward, Paul Harrison
General Electric Theater (1953)
General Electric Theater
Starring:
Bea Benaderet, Ron Howard, Elinor Donahue, Claude Akins, Christopher Plummer, James Franciscus, Irene Dunne
Directed By:
Herschel Daugherty, Don Medford, James Neilson, Jules Bricken, Mitchell Leisen

Charles Laughton Awards

Academy Awards
The Private Life of Henry VIII Best Actor in a Leading Role 1934
Grammy Awards
Winner Best Documentary Or Spoken Word Recording (Other Than Comedy) 1963
Winner Best Documentary, Spoken Word, or Drama Recording (Other Than Comedy) 1963