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List of Claudette Colbert Movies: Ranked Best To Worst

1. It Happened One Night (1934)
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It Happened One Night
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Ellie Andrews, a spoiled heiress elopes with the scheming fortune hunter King Westley, much against the wishes of her father. After jumping ship in Florida, Ellie meets Peter Warne, a journalist who agrees to reunite her with Westley in exchange for an exclusive story. But Peter and Ellie end up falling in love with each other. 

Role:
Ellie
Starring:
Clark Gable, Walter Connolly, Roscoe Karns, Jameson Thomas
Directed By:
Frank Capra
Awards:
Academy Award for Best Actress in a Leading Role
2. Midnight (1939)
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Midnight
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Eve Peabody, an unemployed American showgirl, arrives in Paris and with friendly taxi-driver Tibor Czerny searches for work in nightclubs. Realizing their mutual attraction Eve flees to enter a concert as Hungarian Baroness. Wealthy man Georges Flammarion enlists her help to break his wife’s affair with a playboy; but Tibor, who refuses to give up his quest for love, also lands there.

Role:
Eve Peabody
Starring:
Don Ameche, John Barrymore, Mary Astor, Francis Lederer
Directed By:
Mitchell Leisen
3. The Smiling Lieutenant (1931)
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The Smiling Lieutenant
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Lieutenant Niki of the Austrian royal guard is madly in love with a woman named Franzi. Things get complicated when King Adolf and his daughter Princess Anna from a neighboring kingdom drive by, and Anna falls for Niki. Niki has no choice but to get married to Anna. However, he continues to have an affair with Franzi, until Anna finds out. Franzi decides to help Anna win her husband’s affection.

Role:
Franzi
Starring:
Maurice Chevalier, Miriam Hopkins, Charles Ruggles, George Barbier
Directed By:
Ernst Lubitsch
4. The Palm Beach Story (1942)
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The Palm Beach Story
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Role:
Gerry Jeffers
Starring:
Mary Astor, Rudy Vallee, Joel McCrea, Sig Arno
Directed By:
Preston Sturges
5. Imitation of Life (1934)
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Imitation of Life
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Ever since Bea’s husband passed away, she has been going through various struggles. With the help of her daughter Jessie, she soon begins to make a living selling pancakes. Things get better when they meet Delilah Johnson, who agrees to work as their housekeeper, in exchange for a room for herself and her daughter Peola. Over some time, the business becomes quite a success, and the friendship between the two women deepens as well. However, this puts a strain on their relationships with their daughters.

Role:
Beatrice Pullman
Starring:
Hattie McDaniel, Ned Sparks, Warren William, Rochelle Hudson
Directed By:
John M. Stahl
7. So Proudly We Hail! (1943)
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So Proudly We Hail!
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Role:
Lt. Janet 'Davy' Davidson
Starring:
George Reeves, Paulette Goddard, Veronica Lake, Barbara Britton
Directed By:
Mark Sandrich
8. Manslaughter (1930)
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Manslaughter
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A spoiled young rich girl is sent to prison after she runs down a pedestrian by accident. Her life takes a turn and she learns more about life and people, whom she never thought to exist. After her release, she starts falling for the District Attorney who had prosecuted her case.

Role:
Lydia Thorne
Starring:
Fredric March, Richard Tucker, Natalie Moorhead, Emma Dunn
Directed By:
George Abbott
9. Tomorrow Is Forever (1946)
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Tomorrow Is Forever
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Role:
Elizabeth Hamilton
Starring:
Orson Welles, Natalie Wood, Richard Long, Lucile Watson, George Brent
Directed By:
Irving Pichel
10. Bluebeard's Eighth Wife (1938)
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Bluebeard's Eighth Wife
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Bluebeard's Eighth Wife is a romantic comedy film which tells the story of Michael Brandon, an American multi-millionaire who marries Nicole, the daughter of a broken French Marquis. Upon learning that she is his eighth wife, Nicole decides that she doesn’t want to end up like the other women. Therefore, she tries to come up with a strategy to ‘tame’ her husband.

Role:
Nicole De Loiselle
Starring:
Gary Cooper, David Niven, Edward Everett Horton, Elizabeth Patterson
Directed By:
Ernst Lubitsch
11. Three Came Home (1950)
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Three Came Home
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Role:
Agnes Newton Keith
Starring:
Sessue Hayakawa, Florence Desmond, Patric Knowles, Sylvia Andrew
Directed By:
Jean Negulesco
12. Tovarich (1937)
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Tovarich
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Based on a French play of the same name, the film tells the story of Russian Prince Mikhail and his wife Tatiana, who flee from the Russian Revolution to Paris with the Czar’s fortune. They keep the money in a bank and take up jobs under false identities as butler and maid in the household of a wealthy man. 

Role:
Grand Duchess Tatiana Petrovna Romanov
Starring:
Charles Boyer, Anita Louise, Basil Rathbone, Melville Cooper
Directed By:
Anatole Litvak
13. Remember the Day (1941)
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Remember the Day
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2
Role:
Nora Trinell
Starring:
John Payne, Shepperd Strudwick, Ann E. Todd, Douglas Croft
Directed By:
Henry King
14. Drums Along the Mohawk (1939)
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Drums Along the Mohawk
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Gilbert and Lana are a newly married couple, who decides to take up a rural lifestyle. They try to establish a farm in the Mohawk Valley, but things don’t go as expected, and their quiet life is interrupted due to the American Revolutionary War.

Role:
Lana (Magdelana)
Starring:
John Carradine, Henry Fonda, Edna May Oliver, Eddie Collins
Directed By:
15. The Gilded Lily (1935)
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The Gilded Lily
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Stenographer Marilyn David falls for Charles, unaware that he is British aristocrat Charles Gray. Her close friend, reporter Peter Dawes who loves her, is disappointed. When Charles returns home, Peter assumes that he has hurt Marilyn, and publishes a story citing her as ‘No Girl’ who rejected nobility. Marilyn becomes a celebrity, which draws Charles back to her, placing her in quandary.

Role:
Marilyn David
Starring:
Ray Milland, Fred MacMurray, C. Aubrey Smith, Luis Alberni
Directed By:
Wesley Ruggles
16. Tonight Is Ours (1933)
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Tonight Is Ours
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Tonight is Ours is a romantic drama film which tells the story of a princess whose life is turns upside down after she falls for a handsome and young French man.

Role:
Princess Nadya
Starring:
Fredric March, Alison Skipworth, Paul Cavanagh, Arthur Byron
Directed By:
Stuart Walker
17. Boom Town (1940)
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Boom Town
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Role:
Betsy Bartlett
Starring:
Spencer Tracy, Hedy Lamarr, Clark Gable, Frank Morgan
Directed By:
Jack Conway
18. It's a Wonderful World (1939)
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It's a Wonderful World
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Role:
Edwina Corday
Starring:
James Stewart, Guy Kibbee, Nat Pendleton, Frances Drake
Directed By:
W.S. Van Dyke
19. No Time for Love (1943)
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No Time for Love
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After endangering blue-collar worker Jim Ryan, while photographing a tunnel project, photographer, Katherine Grant, saves him but also photographs him during a fistfight. The pictures lead to Ryan getting fired and Katherine hires him as her assistant out of guilt. As the two start falling in love, their differences threaten to crush the blossoming romance. 

Role:
Katherine Grant
Starring:
Fred MacMurray, Richard Haydn, Ilka Chase, Paul McGrath
Directed By:
Mitchell Leisen
20. Arise, My Love (1940)
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Arise, My Love
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Arise, My Love is a 1940 romantic comedy that tells the story of a dashing pilot and a vivacious reporter who begin to have romantic and dramatic adventures in Europe during the beginning of the Second World War. 

Role:
Augusta Nash
Starring:
Ray Milland, Walter Abel, Dennis O'Keefe, Dick Purcell
Directed By:
Mitchell Leisen
21. Thunder on the Hill (1951)
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Thunder on the Hill
TV-PG
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Role:
Sister Mary Bonaventure
Starring:
Robert Douglas, Anne Crawford, Philip Friend, Ann Blyth
Directed By:
Douglas Sirk
22. Secrets of a Secretary (1931)
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Secrets of a Secretary
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Role:
Helen Blake
Starring:
Herbert Marshall, Mary Boland, Betty Lawford, Georges Metaxa
Directed By:
George Abbott
23. The Wiser Sex (1932)
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The Wiser Sex
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Role:
Margaret Hughes
Starring:
Lilyan Tashman, William 'Stage' Boyd, Melvyn Douglas, Ross Alexander
Directed By:
Berthold Viertel, Victor Viertel
24. The Secret Fury (1950)
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The Secret Fury
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A wealthy classical pianist is accused of bigamy during her wedding ceremony, leading to temporary cancellation of the event. Undeterred, she along with her fiancé starts an investigation, meeting the man to whom she is supposed to be married and while they are there, a gunshot is fired in the backroom, resulting in her being held guilty of his murder. 

Role:
Ellen R. Ewing
Starring:
Vivian Vance, Paul Kelly, Jane Cowl, Robert Ryan
Directed By:
25. Si Versailles m'était conté (1954)
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Si Versailles m'était conté
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This French-Italian historical drama film, shows the history of the Palace of the Versailles from its founding to the present. It also portrays some of the personalities who lived in the Palace throughout the years. 

Starring:
Brigitte Bardot, Orson Welles, Jean-Pierre Aumont, Michel Auclair, Jean-Louis Barrault
Directed By:
Sacha Guitry
26. Cleopatra (1934)
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Cleopatra
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Role:
Cleopatra
Starring:
John Carradine, David Niven, Warren William, Joseph Schildkraut, Ian Keith
Directed By:
27. The Sign of the Cross (1932)
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The Sign of the Cross
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Role:
Empress Poppaea
Starring:
Charles Laughton, John Carradine, Fredric March, Ian Keith, Elissa Landi
Directed By:
28. Sleep, My Love (1948)
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Sleep, My Love
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Role:
Alison Courtland
Starring:
Raymond Burr, Don Ameche, Robert Cummings, Rita Johnson
Directed By:
Douglas Sirk
29. Torch Singer (1933)
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Torch Singer
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Role:
Sally Trent, aka Mimi Benton
Starring:
Ricardo Cortez, David Manners, Lyda Roberti, Baby LeRoy
Directed By:
Alexander Hall, George Somnes
30. Three Cornered Moon (1933)
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Three Cornered Moon
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Role:
Elizabeth Rimplegar
Starring:
Richard Arlen, Wallace Ford, Lyda Roberti, Mary Boland
Directed By:
Elliott Nugent
31. Private Worlds (1935)
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Private Worlds
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Two psychiatrists, Jane and Alex, work at the Brentwood Asylum for the mentally ill. Their work is threatened by the arrival of a new conservative superintendent, who doesn’t approve of Jane’s methods, and also disregards her since she is a woman.

Role:
Dr. Jane Everest
Starring:
Charles Boyer, Joan Bennett, Joel McCrea, Helen Vinson
Directed By:
Gregory La Cava
32. Practically Yours (1944)
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Practically Yours
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After being presumed dead, a World War II soldier’s last words for his dog are misinterpreted as a declaration of love for his co-worker. When he eventually returns home alive, things get hilarious due to this misunderstanding.

Role:
Peggy Martin
Starring:
Fred MacMurray, Robert Benchley, Cecil Kellaway, Yvonne De Carlo
Directed By:
Mitchell Leisen
33. Guest Wife (1945)
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Guest Wife
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A newspaper correspondent has convinced his publisher that he is married. He asks his friend’s wife, Mary, to play the part, and she agrees. But things get complicated, and soon they are forced to be inseparable.

Role:
Mary Price
Starring:
Don Ameche, Grant Mitchell, Dick Foran, Charles Dingle
Directed By:
Sam Wood
34. Honor Among Lovers (1931)
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Honor Among Lovers
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Honor among Lovers is a romantic drama film which tells the story of Julia, a personal secretary working for Jerry Stafford, a Wall Street trader. She manages nearly everything for her boss.  Jerry starts falling for her, but she falls for another man named Philip, and therefore Jerry fires her from her job.

Role:
Julia Traynor
Starring:
Ginger Rogers, Fredric March, Charles Ruggles, Monroe Owsley
Directed By:
Dorothy Arzner
35. The Lady Lies (1929)
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The Lady Lies
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The Lady Lies is a drama film which tells the story of a wealthy widowed attorney and a beautiful salesgirl, who fall for one another, and start a relationship. However, the man's snotty children are opposed to their relationship and they try to break them apart.  

Role:
Joyce Roamer
Starring:
Walter Huston, Charles Ruggles, Tom Brown, Patricia Deering
Directed By:
Hobart Henley
36. Young Man of Manhattan (1930)
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Young Man of Manhattan
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When his wife becomes more successful than him, a journalist gets quite jealous and also finds himself addicted to alcohol.

Role:
Ann Vaughn
Starring:
Ginger Rogers, Leslie Austin, Charles Ruggles, Norman Foster
Directed By:
Monta Bell
37. Without Reservations (1946)
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Without Reservations
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Role:
Kit
Starring:
Jack Benny, Cary Grant, John Wayne, Raymond Burr, Phil Brown, Don DeFore
Directed By:
Mervyn LeRoy
38. Parrish (1961)
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Parrish
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Parrish McLean and his mother Ellen lives on Sala Post’s tobacco plantation in Connecticut. When Ellen marries Post’s rival Judd Raike—a ruthless tobacco tycoon, who wants to destroy Post—it brings him in direct conflict with Parrish. 

Role:
Ellen McLean
Starring:
Connie Stevens, Dean Jagger, Karl Malden, Troy Donahue
Directed By:
Delmer Daves
39. She Married Her Boss (1935)
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She Married Her Boss
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Role:
Julia Scott
Starring:
Melvyn Douglas, Raymond Walburn, Jean Dixon, Michael Bartlett
Directed By:
Gregory La Cava
40. The Secret Heart (1946)
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The Secret Heart
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The Secret Heart is a 1946 drama film, which tells the story of Larry Adams, a brilliant pianist, who commits suicide burdened by his unpaid debts. His wife devotes her life to paying off his debts as well as raising his two children. However, Penny, who is unable to get over her father’s death, starts questioning everything concerning him. 

Role:
Lee Addams
Starring:
Hume Cronyn, Lionel Barrymore, Walter Pidgeon, Robert Sterling, June Allyson
Directed By:
Robert Z. Leonard
41. Under Two Flags (1936)
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Under Two Flags
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In order to escape his past, Sergeant Victor joins the French Foreign Legion. He is sent to Africa and placed under the charge of a cruel officer named Major Doyle. When the woman Doyle loves, falls for Victor, Doyle decides to send the Victor on a dangerous mission in order to get him killed. 

Role:
Cigarette
Starring:
Rosalind Russell, John Carradine, Victor McLaglen, Ronald Colman, Gregory Ratoff
Directed By:
Frank Lloyd
42. Maid of Salem (1937)
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Maid of Salem
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Maid of Salem revolves around the story of a young girl in Salem, Massachusetts, who is having an affair with an adventurer. A witch hunt is going on, and the girl is sentenced as well. However, her lover comes to her rescue.  

Role:
Barbara Clarke
Starring:
Sterling Holloway, Fred MacMurray, Louise Dresser, Harvey Stephens
Directed By:
Frank Lloyd
43. Zaza (1938)
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Zaza
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2

This drama film revolves around an affair between a married man and a glamorous singer named Zaza.  

Role:
Zaza
Starring:
Constance Collier, Herbert Marshall, Bert Lahr, Helen Westley
Directed By:
44. The Man from Yesterday (1932)
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The Man from Yesterday
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The Man from Yesterday is a romantic drama war film which tells the story of Sylvia Suffolk, a married woman, who is expecting her first baby, while her husband is still away, fighting in the First World War. Shortly after receiving word that her husband is no more, she begins to fall for her doctor, after finding solace from her grief with him. Together they plan a vacation to Switzerland, but things get complicated when it seems that her supposedly dead husband is still alive.

Role:
Sylvia Suffolk
Starring:
Charles Boyer, Clive Brook, Alan Mowbray, Andy Devine
Directed By:
Berthold Viertel
45. Make Me a Star (1932)
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Make Me a Star
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Make me a Star is a romantic comedy film, which revolves around Merton Gill, who longs to become a cowboy actor, and therefore, he leaves his hometown to try his luck in Hollywood. However, when his acting abilities are not appreciated, an actress starts to think that he might be a good comedian instead. 

Starring:
Maurice Chevalier, Fredric March, Gary Cooper, Stuart Erwin, Joan Blondell, Florence Roberts
Directed By:
William Beaudine
46. The Bride Comes Home (1935)
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The Bride Comes Home
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The Bride Comes Home is a romantic comedy film which revolves around a penniless socialite, who is hired by two young men, who are planning to start a magazine. Over time, they find themselves more interested in her than their publishing venture.

Role:
Jeannette Desmereau
Starring:
Fred MacMurray, William Collier Sr., Donald Meek, Robert Young
Directed By:
Wesley Ruggles
47. Bride for Sale (1949)
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Bride for Sale
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Role:
Nora Shelley
Starring:
Robert Young, George Brent, Gus Schilling, Max Baer
Directed By:
William D. Russell
48. Skylark (1941)
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Skylark
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Skylark is a 1941 comedy film, which revolves around Lydia, who realizes on her fifth wedding anniversary that she is neglected and treated poorly by her husband, Tony. She meets a handsome attorney, and soon, their innocent flirtation turns into something serious.

Role:
Lydia Kenyon
Starring:
Ray Milland, Brian Aherne, Binnie Barnes, Walter Abel
Directed By:
Mark Sandrich
49. Family Honeymoon (1948)
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Family Honeymoon
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A botany professor Grant gets married to a young woman Katie, who has three children from her previous marriage. However, they are forced to bring the kids with them on their honeymoon, as Jo, Katie’s sister who had promised to take care of the kids, suffers an accident.  However, this turns their life upside down.

Role:
Katie Armstrong Jordan
Starring:
Hattie McDaniel, Fred MacMurray, Rita Johnson, Gigi Perreau
Directed By:
Claude Binyon
50. Let's Make It Legal (1951)
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Let's Make It Legal
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Miriam Halsworth is divorcing Hugh because of his addiction to gambling. Things get comically complicated when self-made millionaire, Victor Macfarland, Hugh’s rival for Miriam’s hand twenty years ago tries to win her back. As secrets are revealed, lovers are reconciled and Hugh earns Miriam’s forgiveness. 

Role:
Miriam Halsworth
Starring:
Marilyn Monroe, Robert Wagner, Macdonald Carey, Barbara Bates
Directed By:
Richard Sale
51. Four Frightened People (1934)
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Four Frightened People
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Two men and two women escape from a plague-infested ship to land at the edge of a Malayan jungle. To reach safety, they now need to trek through the tropical forested, inhabited by a native tribe. As they start experiencing the different natural phenomena and begin to interact with the natives their personalities too begin to change. 

Role:
Judy Jones
Starring:
Herbert Marshall, William Gargan, Leo Carrillo, Mary Boland
Directed By:
52. I Cover the Waterfront (1933)
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I Cover the Waterfront
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Role:
Julie Kirk
Starring:
Ben Lyon, Ernest Torrence, Hobart Cavanaugh, Maurice Black
Directed By:
James Cruze
53. I Met Him in Paris (1937)
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I Met Him in Paris
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2
Role:
Kay Denham
Starring:
Melvyn Douglas, Robert Young, Mona Barrie, Lee Bowman
Directed By:
Wesley Ruggles
54. The Phantom President (1932)
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The Phantom President
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2

A presidential candidate has a stiff, dull personality. A charismatic medicine show pitchman, his look-alike,  replaces the presidential candidate as a frontman for the campaign.

Role:
Felicia Hammond
Starring:
Jimmy Durante, George Barbier, Sidney Toler, George M. Cohan
Directed By:
Norman Taurog
55. The Hole in the Wall (1929)
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2
The Hole in the Wall
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Jean Oliver is planning revenge against Mrs Ramsey, for which she is posing as a medium. However, things get complicated when a journalist and another man who is a gangster falls in love with her.

Role:
Jean Oliver
Starring:
Edward G. Robinson, David Newell, Donald Meek, Nellie Savage
Directed By:
Robert Florey
56. His Woman (1931)
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His Woman
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Sally, a young woman masquerades as the daughter of a missionary in order to get on a ship bound for America. But things get ugly when she is assaulted by a man named Gatson. However, Captain Sam comes to her rescue, and knocks Gatson overboard. Soon, Captain Sam develops feelings for the girl, but it is put to the test when he discovers her questionable past.

Role:
Sally Clark
Starring:
Gary Cooper, Joseph Calleia, Averell Harris, Hamtree Harrington
Directed By:
Edward Sloman
57. The Big Pond (1930)
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The Big Pond
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2

Pierre Mirande, a Venice tour-guide with singing talent, and American tourist Barbara, the daughter of chewing gum tycoon Mr. Billings, fall in love, but Mr. Billings, who perceives him as an opportunist, gives him a very tough job in his New York factory. Though his innovations impress Mr. Billings, Barbara feels neglected, but he wins her over. The film includes popular hits of the era. 

Role:
Barbara Billings
Starring:
Maurice Chevalier, George Barbier, Marion Ballou, Andrée Corday
Directed By:
Hobart Henley
58. Outpost in Malaya (1952)
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2
Outpost in Malaya
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2
Role:
Liz Frazer
Starring:
Jack Hawkins, Jeremy Spenser, Anthony Steel, Ram Gopal
Directed By:
Ken Annakin
59. The Misleading Lady (1932)
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2
The Misleading Lady
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2
Role:
Helen Steele
Starring:
Edmund Lowe, George Meeker, Stuart Erwin, Robert Strange
Directed By:
Stuart Walker
60. Daughters of Destiny (1954)
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1
Daughters of Destiny
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1
Role:
Elizabeth Whitefield (segment "Elisabeth")
Starring:
Michèle Morgan, Eleonora Rossi Drago, Mirko Ellis, Daniel Ivernel
Directed By:
Jean Delannoy, Marcello Pagliero, Christian-Jaque
61. Texas Lady (1955)
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1
Texas Lady
8
1
Role:
Prudence Webb
Starring:
Ray Collins, James Bell, Barry Sullivan, Horace McMahon
Directed By:
Tim Whelan
62. For the Love of Mike (1927)
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1
For the Love of Mike
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1
Role:
Mary
Starring:
Ford Sterling, Ben Lyon, George Sidney, Hugh Cameron
Directed By:
Frank Capra
63. La grande mare (1930)
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2
La grande mare
9
2
Role:
Barbara Billings
Starring:
Maurice Chevalier, Andrée Corday, Henry Mortimer, Maude Allen
Directed By:
Hobart Henley

TV Movie(s)

1. Blithe Spirit (1956)
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2
Blithe Spirit
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2
Role:
Ruth Condomine
Starring:
Lauren Bacall, Marion Ross, Noël Coward, Mildred Natwick, Brenda Forbes
Directed By:
Frederick De Cordova, Noël Coward
2. The Bells of St. Mary's (1959)
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2
The Bells of St. Mary's
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2
Role:
Sister Benedict
Starring:
Glenda Farrell, Marc Connelly, Nancy Marchand, Barbara Myers
Directed By:
Tom Donovan

Animation(s)

The Egg and I (1947)
The Egg and I
Role:
Betty MacDonald
Starring:
Fred MacMurray, Percy Kilbride, Marjorie Main, Louise Allbritton
Directed By:
Chester Erskine

TV Shows and Videos

Suspicion (1957)
Suspicion
Starring:
Michael Landon, Eli Wallach, Donna Reed, Lorne Greene, Elizabeth Montgomery, James Coburn, Patricia Neal
Directed By:
Don Medford, James Neilson, Robert Stevens, John Brahm, Jack Smight
Telephone Time (1956)
Telephone Time
Starring:
Jessica Tandy, Rory Calhoun, Cloris Leachman, Joel Grey, Broderick Crawford, Charles Bronson, Greer Garson
Directed By:
Erle C. Kenton, Lewis Allen, Robert B. Sinclair, Roy Kellino, Owen Crump
The Ford Television Theatre (1952)
The Ford Television Theatre
Starring:
Zsa Zsa Gabor, Barbara Stanwyck, Bette Davis, Ernest Borgnine, James Whitmore, Walter Brennan, Elinor Donahue
Directed By:
James Neilson, Ted Post, Anton Leader, Fred F. Sears, Arnold Laven
Playhouse 90 (1956)
Playhouse 90
Starring:
Mickey Rooney, Anne Bancroft, Robert Duvall, Burt Reynolds, Warren Beatty, William Shatner, Errol Flynn
Directed By:
John Frankenheimer, Franklin J. Schaffner, Ralph Nelson, Vincent J. Donehue, Arthur Hiller
Robert Montgomery Presents (1950)
Robert Montgomery Presents
Starring:
Roger Moore, Don Knotts, Leslie Nielsen, Grace Kelly, Vincent Price, Charlton Heston, James Dean
Directed By:
John Newland, James Sheldon, Norman Felton, James P. Yarbrough, Vincent J. Donehue
Colgate Theatre (1958)
Colgate Theatre
Starring:
Jane Russell, Frances Bavier, Orson Welles, Walter Brennan, Harry Harvey Jr., Bill Goodwin, Nancy Kulp
Directed By:
Norman Tokar, Orson Welles
Zane Grey Theater (1956)
Zane Grey Theater
Starring:
Carolyn Jones, Rod Taylor, Micky Dolenz, Veronica Cartwright, Joan Crawford, Inger Stevens, Jack Lemmon
Directed By:
John English, William D. Faralla, James Sheldon, Robert Florey, Robert Gordon
The Best of Broadway (1954)
The Best of Broadway
Role:
Actress / ... (2 episodes, 1954-1955)
Starring:
Dorothy McGuire, Alice Ghostley, Peter Lorre, Helen Hayes, Merle Oberon, Elsa Lanchester, Jackie Gleason
Directed By:
Sidney Lumet, Paul Nickell, David Alexander
Climax! (1954)
Climax!
Starring:
Lee Marvin, Claude Akins, Shelley Winters, Louis Jourdan, Joanne Woodward, Rita Moreno, Steven McQueen
Directed By:
Buzz Kulik, Allen Reisner, John Frankenheimer, Paul Nickell, Jack Smight
Ford Star Jubilee (1955)
Ford Star Jubilee
Starring:
Bing Crosby, Julie Andrews, Lillian Gish, Betty Grable, Roger Moore, Orson Welles, Lauren Bacall
Directed By:
Paul Nickell, Franklin J. Schaffner, Noël Coward, Paul Harrison
General Electric Theater (1953)
General Electric Theater
Starring:
Chico Marx, Lou Costello, Cliff Robertson, Geraldine Page, George Burns, Jackie Cooper, Angela Lansbury
Directed By:
Herschel Daugherty, Don Medford, James Neilson, Jules Bricken, Mitchell Leisen

Claudette Colbert Awards

Academy Awards
It Happened One Night Best Actress in a Leading Role 1935
Golden Globe Awards
The Two Mrs. Grenvilles Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role in a Series, Miniseries or Motion Picture Made for Television 1988