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List of Desmond Llewelyn Movies: Ranked Best To Worst

1. A Night to Remember (1958)
14
4
A Night to Remember
14
4

A Night to Remember is a historical disaster drama film which tells us the story of the RMS Titanic, which sets out on its maiden voyage, with a huge group of people from Southampton to New York. Disaster strikes, when the supposedly unsinkable ship strikes an iceberg in the middle of the ocean.

Starring:
David McCallum, Anthony Bushell, Honor Blackman, Kenneth More, Robert Ayres
Directed By:
Roy Ward Baker
2. Valley of Song (1953)
12
3
Valley of Song
12
3
Starring:
Kenneth Williams, Clifford Evans, Mervyn Johns, Maureen Swanson, John Fraser
Directed By:
Gilbert Gunn
3. Goldfinger (1964)
30
9
Goldfinger
TV-PG
30
9

Four US Army Rangers are killed and their leader, a ruthlessly perfectionist sergeant, goes missing during an operational training in the rain forest of Panama. When the two survivors insist on talking to somebody from outside the base, an ex-Ranger and now DEA agent, is brought in to question them. Will he succeed in cracking the case?

Starring:
Sean Connery, Lois Maxwell, Gert Fröbe, Honor Blackman, Shirley Eaton, Tania Mallet
Directed By:
Guy Hamilton
4. Hamlet (1948)
13
4
Hamlet
13
4

Based on the famous play by William Shakespeare, this Oscar winning British film tells the story of Prince Hamlet, who is seeking revenge against Claudius, the man responsible for the death of his father. Although he loses his loved ones, he is adamant, and wants revenge at any cost.

Starring:
Laurence Olivier, Christopher Lee, Jean Simmons, John Laurie, Esmond Knight, Anthony Quayle
Directed By:
5. The Lavender Hill Mob (1951)
12
4
The Lavender Hill Mob
12
4

Henry is a meek bank clerk who is in charge of overseeing the shipments of gold. Along with his eccentric neighbor, he soon plans to steal gold bars, and smuggle them out of the country.

Starring:
Alec Guinness, Audrey Hepburn, Stanley Holloway, Sidney James, Alfie Bass, Marjorie Fielding
Directed By:
Charles Crichton
6. From Russia with Love (1963)
23
8
From Russia with Love
PG
23
8

The second in the James Bond series, the film centers on 007’s battle against a secret criminal organization called SPECTRE. Seeking revenge for the death of their agent Dr. No, the group plans to kill James Bond and uses ravishing Tatiana Romanova to lure him to Istanbul. Bond willingly falls in their trap. 

Starring:
Lotte Lenya, Sean Connery, Lois Maxwell, Daniela Bianchi, Pedro Armendáriz, Robert Shaw
Directed By:
Terence Young
7. GoldenEye (1995)
33
13
GoldenEye
PG-13
33
13

The seventeenth movie in the James Bond franchise sees the iconic English spy go up against his former friend Alec Trevelyan to save the world. Presumed dead, Alec is in possession of the GoldenEye, a satellite-based weapon capable of destroying millions and Bond must stop him and Alec’s ally, assassin Xenia Onatopp. 

Directed By:
8. The Spy Who Loved Me (1977)
19
8
The Spy Who Loved Me
PG
19
8

When a British and a Soviet ballistic missile submarine go missing British superspy James Bond is forced to collaborate with sexy Russian agent Anya Amasova. They identify shipping tycoon and scientist Karl Stromberg as the culprit and as they work towards stopping him from destroying the world, a seven-foot giant with scary steel teeth, becomes their main adversary. 

Starring:
Roger Moore, Lois Maxwell, Barbara Bach, Curd Jürgens, Richard Kiel, Caroline Munro
Directed By:
Lewis Gilbert
10. Thunderball (1965)
19
9
Thunderball
19
9

Tasked with recovering two warheads stolen by a terrorist group called SPECTRE under the leadership of their number two man Emilio Largo, James Bond travels to Bahamas. There, he enters Largo’s lair, going underwater to find the warheads, braving attacks from sharks and men. However, he must convince Largo’s mistress to help him if he wants to succeed.  

Starring:
Directed By:
Terence Young
11. Chitty Chitty Bang Bang (1968)
13
6
Chitty Chitty Bang Bang
G
13
6

Caractacus Potts is an eccentric inventor. A widowed father of two, he is also pursued by beautiful and wealthy Truly Scrumptious.  The plot thickens when the children find that a racing car that has been lying in a local garage is going to be sold as a scarp. On their request Caractacus remodels the car and the four set out for a picnic in it. 

Starring:
Dick Van Dyke, Phil Collins, Benny Hill, Sally Ann Howes, Lionel Jeffries
Directed By:
Ken Hughes
12. You Only Live Twice (1967)
18
9
You Only Live Twice
TV-PG
18
9

NASA spaceship is hijacked and the Americans think that it is the Soviets while the British accuse the Japanese. Accordingly, James Bond is sent to Japan to find a solution. Once there, he has to face danger at every step; but carries on with his task with the help of Aki, a Japanese secret service agent. 

Starring:
Donald Pleasence, Sean Connery, Lois Maxwell, Akiko Wakabayashi, Mie Hama, Tetsurô Tanba, Teru Shimada
Directed By:
Lewis Gilbert
13. On Her Majesty's Secret Service (1969)
17
8
On Her Majesty's Secret Service
PG
17
8

This spy film is the sixth installment of the James Bond film series. The film revolves around the British spy James Bond as he pursues a criminal who hypnotizes and traps beautiful women around the world. 

Starring:
George Lazenby, Telly Savalas, Joanna Lumley, Lois Maxwell, Diana Rigg, Gabriele Ferzetti
Directed By:
Peter R. Hunt
14. Welcome to Japan, Mr. Bond (1967)
9
4
Welcome to Japan, Mr. Bond
9
4
Starring:
Ursula Andress, Lois Maxwell, Pedro Armendáriz, Honor Blackman, Patrick Allen
Directed By:
Daniel Davis
15. The Man with the Golden Gun (1974)
17
9
The Man with the Golden Gun
PG
17
9

The sensitive solar cell technology, Solex Agitator, goes missing and then is being sold to the highest bidder. On a mission to recover it, James Bond is beleaguered by the world’s most expensive assassin, Francisco Scaramanga, famous for carrying a golden gun. As Bond tracks him down with the help of Mary Goodnight, the two have a deadly confrontation on Scaramanga’s faraway island. 

Starring:
Christopher Lee, Britt Ekland, Roger Moore, Maud Adams, Lois Maxwell, Hervé Villechaize
Directed By:
Guy Hamilton
16. For Your Eyes Only (1981)
17
8
For Your Eyes Only
PG
17
8

Secret agent, James Bond, is assigned to retrieve an encryption device (A.T.A.C.) from the British spy ship that accidently sunk near Greece. He is joined by Melina Havelock, daughter of the murdered oceanographer who was appointed by the British to trace the ship. Seeking revenge for her parents’ murders, she teams up with Bond to find the device before the Russians do.  

Starring:
Chaim Topol, Roger Moore, Lois Maxwell, Lynn-Holly Johnson, Carole Bouquet, Julian Glover, Topol
Directed By:
John Glen
17. The Living Daylights (1987)
17
8
The Living Daylights
PG
17
8

Assigned to help the defection of a KGB officer, James Bond travels to Bratislava, where he is to cover his escape from a concert hall and while doing so notices that a female cellist has been assigned to kill the officer. Realizing that she is not professional, Bond spares her life. Back in England the KGB officer suddenly goes missing and Bond is directed to track him down. 

Starring:
John Rhys-Davies, Timothy Dalton, Joe Don Baker, Jeroen Krabbé, Maryam d'Abo
Directed By:
John Glen
18. Licence to Kill (1989)
17
9
Licence to Kill
PG-13
17
9

The sixteenth movie in the James Bond franchise finds Bond looking for revenge against drug lord Fran Sanchez after Sanchez maims his best friend, CIA agent Felix Leiter, and murders Leiter’s wife. But Bond is suspended from the MI6 and is helped by Q and pilot Pam Bouvier in his quest. 

Starring:
Timothy Dalton, Benicio Del Toro, Cary-Hiroyuki Tagawa, Anthony Zerbe, Frank McRae, Robert Davi
Directed By:
John Glen
19. Only Two Can Play (1962)
9
4
Only Two Can Play
9
4

John Lewis is a frustrated librarian and dreams of having affairs with glamorous women in spite of being married to his long-suffering wife Jean. When the glamorous Liz, wife of a local councilor expresses her interest in him, the two plan on starting an affair. However, fate has other humorous plans for them.

Starring:
Peter Sellers, Richard Attenborough, Mai Zetterling, Raymond Huntley, Virginia Maskell
Directed By:
Sidney Gilliat
20. Tomorrow Never Dies (1997)
24
13
Tomorrow Never Dies
PG-13
24
13

After Chinese government denies him broadcast rights in the country, news tycoon Elliot Carver plans to instigate a war-like situation between Britain and China using his news empire. Along with Chinese agent Wai Lin, Bond investigates the sinking of a British warship in Chinese waters and finds out that one of its cruise missiles is missing.

Starring:
Gerard Butler, Jonathan Pryce, Pierce Brosnan, Judi Dench, Michelle Yeoh, Teri Hatcher
Directed By:
Roger Spottiswoode
21. Octopussy (1983)
17
9
Octopussy
PG
17
9

British Agent 009 carrying a fake Fabergé egg dies while crossing over to West Berlin from East. Shortly, a real Fabergé egg also appears at a British auction, making MI6 suspicious of Soviet involvement. Eventually James Bond is pressed into action and he travels to India, where she meets Octopussy, a wealthy businesswoman and smuggler. 

Starring:
Maud Adams, Louis Jourdan, Roger Moore, Lois Maxwell, Kabir Bedi, Kristina Wayborn
Directed By:
John Glen
22. Diamonds Are Forever (1971)
17
9
Diamonds Are Forever
PG
17
9

When some mysterious activities are detected in the diamond market, James Bond is asked to investigate. Impersonating as a diamond smuggler and assassin, he travels to Las Vegas and infiltrates the smuggling ring only to find Ernst Stavro Blofeld, his old enemy, stocking diamonds to use in his deadly space based laser weapon. 

Starring:
Sean Connery, Lois Maxwell, Jill St. John, Charles Gray, Lana Wood, Jimmy Dean
Directed By:
Guy Hamilton
23. Captain Boycott (1947)
8
4
Captain Boycott
8
4

Based on true events of the 19th century Irish history. British landlord Captain Boycott of County Mayo extorts exorbitant high rents from his tenant farmers and enforces eviction on any lapse. Farmer Hugh Davin, inspired by President of Irish Land League Charles Parnell, organizes the oppressed farmers into a non-violent rebellion against the landowner by refusing to cooperate with him in any way. 

Starring:
Robert Donat, Stewart Granger, Alastair Sim, Cecil Parker, Mervyn Johns
Directed By:
Frank Launder
24. The Curse of the Werewolf (1961)
9
5
The Curse of the Werewolf
9
5
Starring:
Oliver Reed, Clifford Evans, Anthony Dawson, Yvonne Romain, Catherine Feller
Directed By:
Terence Fisher
25. The World Is Not Enough (1999)
24
13
The World Is Not Enough
PG-13
24
13

Following the assassination of a British oil tycoon, Bond is assigned to protect his daughter Elektra King from Renard, a KGB agent-turned-terrorist who cannot feel pain because of a bullet lodged in his brain. He begins to question the motives of his charge as he attempts to save Europe from Renard's nuclear plot with physicist Dr. Christmas Jones.

Starring:
Sophie Marceau, Denise Richards, John Cleese, Pierce Brosnan, Judi Dench, Robert Carlyle
Directed By:
26. Corridors of Blood (1958)
8
5
Corridors of Blood
8
5
Starring:
Christopher Lee, Boris Karloff, Betta St. John, Finlay Currie, Adrienne Corri
Directed By:
Robert Day
27. A View to a Kill (1985)
15
9
A View to a Kill
PG
15
9

James Bond recovers a microchip from the body of a dead agent to realize that it has sinister applications. The developer of the chip, Max Zorin, has plans to destroy Silicon Valley thus gaining a monopoly over microchip manufacturing. Bond must stop Zorin but Zorin’s formidable bodyguard May Day stands in his way. 

Starring:
Tanya Roberts, Christopher Walken, Dolph Lundgren, Patrick Bauchau, Roger Moore, Maud Adams, Lois Maxwell
Directed By:
John Glen
28. Moonraker (1979)
15
9
Moonraker
PG
15
9

When a Drax Industries spacecraft called the Moonraker is hijacked in midair, James Bond is called in to investigate. But right from the start, his life is in danger. As Bond uncovers Drax industries’ owner Hugo Drax’s plan to end all life on Earth, he and CIA agent, Holly Goodhead, must fly to space to stop Drax. 

Starring:
Lois Chiles, Michael Lonsdale, Roger Moore, Lois Maxwell, Corinne Cléry, Richard Kiel
Directed By:
Lewis Gilbert
29. Adam and Evalyn (1949)
7
5
Adam and Evalyn
7
5

Entrusted with the care of his friend’s teenage daughter, a professional gambler sends his ward to an exclusive boarding school, from where she returns as a gorgeous lady, complicating his feelings about her. Aware of her distaste for gambling, he also hides his business from her; but there are others who are too willing to reveal it. 

Starring:
Jean Simmons, Stewart Granger, Edwin Styles, Raymond Young, Helen Cherry
Directed By:
Harold French
30. Knights of the Round Table (1953)
8
5
Knights of the Round Table
8
5
Starring:
Ava Gardner, Mel Ferrer, Robert Taylor, Stanley Baker, Anne Crawford
Directed By:
Richard Thorpe
31. They Were Not Divided (1950)
7
5
They Were Not Divided
7
5
Starring:
Christopher Lee, Edward Underdown, Ralph Clanton, Helen Cherry, Stella Andrew
Directed By:
Terence Young
32. The Pirates of Blood River (1962)
7
5
The Pirates of Blood River
7
5

The Pirates of Blood River is an action adventure thriller film which tells the story of a man named Jonathan, who is imprisoned after being falsely accused of adultery. Eventually, he manages to escape captivity, but he is soon captured by Capt. LaRoche, a pirate who is looking for a treasure. It seems that the treasure is located in Jonathan’s home village, and LaRoche forces him to lead him back to retrieve it.    

Starring:
Christopher Lee, Oliver Reed, Kerwin Mathews, Glenn Corbett, Peter Arne
Directed By:
John Gilling
33. Sword of Sherwood Forest (1960)
6
5
Sword of Sherwood Forest
6
5
Starring:
Oliver Reed, Richard Greene, Niall MacGinnis, Peter Cushing, Jack Gwillim
Directed By:
Terence Fisher
34. The Amorous Adventures of Moll Flanders (1965)
6
5
The Amorous Adventures of Moll Flanders
6
5

Moll Flanders, a young orphaned girl, grows up to become a servant for the town’s mayor. Moll seduces the mayor's older son but he abandons her eventually. She gets married to the younger son, a drunkard, who dies soon, leaving her as a young widow. After changing multiple employers, she eventually ends up as a thief.

Starring:
Angela Lansbury, Lilli Palmer, Vittorio De Sica, Hugh Griffith, Kim Novak
Directed By:
Terence Young
35. Die Millennium-Katastrophe - Computer-Crash 2000 (1999)
0
0
Die Millennium-Katastrophe - Computer-Crash 2000
0
0
36. Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde (1980)
0
0
Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde
0
0
37. The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde (1950)
0
0
The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde
0
0
Role:
Mr. Hyde
38. A Midsummer Night's Dream (1946)
0
0
A Midsummer Night's Dream
0
0
39. Sapphire (1959)
0
0
Sapphire
0
0
40. Ask a Policeman (1939)
0
0
Ask a Policeman
0
0
41. October 32nd (1993)
0
0
October 32nd
PG-13
0
0
42. Both Sides of the Law (1953)
0
0
Both Sides of the Law
0
0
43. Operation Diplomat (1953)
0
0
Operation Diplomat
0
0
44. Guilt Is My Shadow (1950)
0
0
Guilt Is My Shadow
0
0
45. Further Up the Creek (1958)
0
0
Further Up the Creek
0
0
46. The Amazing Mr. Beecham (1949)
0
0
The Amazing Mr. Beecham
0
0
47. Prisoner of Rio (1988)
0
0
Prisoner of Rio
0
0
Role:
Commissioner Ingram
48. The Golden Lady (1979)
0
0
The Golden Lady
TV-14
0
0
49. Silent Playground (1963)
0
0
Silent Playground
0
0

Special Appearance/Cameo

A Night to Remember (1958)
28
7
A Night to Remember
28
7

A Night to Remember is a historical disaster drama film which tells us the story of the RMS Titanic, which sets out on its maiden voyage, with a huge group of people from Southampton to New York. Disaster strikes, when the supposedly unsinkable ship strikes an iceberg in the middle of the ocean.

Role:
Seaman at Steerage Gate (uncredited)
Starring:
David McCallum, Anthony Bushell, Honor Blackman, Kenneth More, Robert Ayres
Directed By:
Roy Ward Baker
Hamlet (1948)
28
9
Hamlet
28
9

Based on the famous play by William Shakespeare, this Oscar winning British film tells the story of Prince Hamlet, who is seeking revenge against Claudius, the man responsible for the death of his father. Although he loses his loved ones, he is adamant, and wants revenge at any cost.

Role:
Extra (uncredited)
Starring:
Laurence Olivier, Christopher Lee, Jean Simmons, John Laurie, Esmond Knight, Anthony Quayle
Directed By:
The Lavender Hill Mob (1951)
25
8
The Lavender Hill Mob
25
8

Henry is a meek bank clerk who is in charge of overseeing the shipments of gold. Along with his eccentric neighbor, he soon plans to steal gold bars, and smuggle them out of the country.

Role:
Customs Officer (uncredited)
Starring:
Alec Guinness, Audrey Hepburn, Stanley Holloway, Sidney James, Alfie Bass, Marjorie Fielding
Directed By:
Charles Crichton
Cleopatra (1963)
39
17
Cleopatra
G
39
17

This epic historical drama film chronicles the story of Queen Cleopatra, who in order to save her kingdom from the imperial ambitions of Rome, became the mistress of Julius Caesar.

Role:
Senator (uncredited)
Starring:
Richard Burton, Elizabeth Taylor, Martin Landau, Rex Harrison, Hume Cronyn, Pamela Brown, George Cole
Directed By:
Only Two Can Play (1962)
10
5
Only Two Can Play
10
5

John Lewis is a frustrated librarian and dreams of having affairs with glamorous women in spite of being married to his long-suffering wife Jean. When the glamorous Liz, wife of a local councilor expresses her interest in him, the two plan on starting an affair. However, fate has other humorous plans for them.

Role:
Clergyman on Bus (uncredited)
Starring:
Peter Sellers, Richard Attenborough, Mai Zetterling, Raymond Huntley, Virginia Maskell
Directed By:
Sidney Gilliat
Captain Boycott (1947)
9
5
Captain Boycott
9
5

Based on true events of the 19th century Irish history. British landlord Captain Boycott of County Mayo extorts exorbitant high rents from his tenant farmers and enforces eviction on any lapse. Farmer Hugh Davin, inspired by President of Irish Land League Charles Parnell, organizes the oppressed farmers into a non-violent rebellion against the landowner by refusing to cooperate with him in any way. 

Role:
Gentleman on Train (uncredited)
Starring:
Robert Donat, Stewart Granger, Alastair Sim, Cecil Parker, Mervyn Johns
Directed By:
Frank Launder
The Curse of the Werewolf (1961)
14
7
The Curse of the Werewolf
14
7
Role:
1st Footman (uncredited)
Starring:
Oliver Reed, Clifford Evans, Anthony Dawson, Yvonne Romain, Catherine Feller
Directed By:
Terence Fisher
Corridors of Blood (1958)
10
6
Corridors of Blood
10
6
Role:
Assistant at Operations (uncredited)
Starring:
Christopher Lee, Boris Karloff, Betta St. John, Finlay Currie, Adrienne Corri
Directed By:
Robert Day
Adam and Evalyn (1949)
9
5
Adam and Evalyn
9
5

Entrusted with the care of his friend’s teenage daughter, a professional gambler sends his ward to an exclusive boarding school, from where she returns as a gorgeous lady, complicating his feelings about her. Aware of her distaste for gambling, he also hides his business from her; but there are others who are too willing to reveal it. 

Role:
Barman in Restaurant (uncredited)
Starring:
Jean Simmons, Stewart Granger, Edwin Styles, Raymond Young, Helen Cherry
Directed By:
Harold French
Knights of the Round Table (1953)
11
7
Knights of the Round Table
11
7
Role:
A Herald (uncredited)
Starring:
Ava Gardner, Mel Ferrer, Robert Taylor, Stanley Baker, Anne Crawford
Directed By:
Richard Thorpe
The Pirates of Blood River (1962)
8
6
The Pirates of Blood River
8
6

The Pirates of Blood River is an action adventure thriller film which tells the story of a man named Jonathan, who is imprisoned after being falsely accused of adultery. Eventually, he manages to escape captivity, but he is soon captured by Capt. LaRoche, a pirate who is looking for a treasure. It seems that the treasure is located in Jonathan’s home village, and LaRoche forces him to lead him back to retrieve it.    

Role:
Tom Blackthorne (uncredited)
Starring:
Christopher Lee, Oliver Reed, Kerwin Mathews, Glenn Corbett, Peter Arne
Directed By:
John Gilling
Sword of Sherwood Forest (1960)
8
6
Sword of Sherwood Forest
8
6
Role:
Wounded Fugitive (uncredited)
Starring:
Oliver Reed, Richard Greene, Niall MacGinnis, Peter Cushing, Jack Gwillim
Directed By:
Terence Fisher
The Amorous Adventures of Moll Flanders (1965)
7
6
The Amorous Adventures of Moll Flanders
7
6

Moll Flanders, a young orphaned girl, grows up to become a servant for the town’s mayor. Moll seduces the mayor's older son but he abandons her eventually. She gets married to the younger son, a drunkard, who dies soon, leaving her as a young widow. After changing multiple employers, she eventually ends up as a thief.

Role:
Jailer (uncredited)
Starring:
Angela Lansbury, Lilli Palmer, Vittorio De Sica, Hugh Griffith, Kim Novak
Directed By:
Terence Young
Sapphire (1959)
0
0
Sapphire
0
0
Role:
Police Constable (uncredited)
Ask a Policeman (1939)
0
0
Ask a Policeman
0
0
Role:
Headless Coachman (uncredited)
Both Sides of the Law (1953)
0
0
Both Sides of the Law
0
0
Role:
Police Constable (uncredited)
Operation Diplomat (1953)
0
0
Operation Diplomat
0
0
Role:
Police Constable at barrier (uncredited)
Guilt Is My Shadow (1950)
0
0
Guilt Is My Shadow
0
0
Role:
Pub customer (uncredited)
Further Up the Creek (1958)
0
0
Further Up the Creek
0
0
Role:
Chief Yeoman (uncredited)
The Amazing Mr. Beecham (1949)
0
0
The Amazing Mr. Beecham
0
0
Role:
First Guardsman (uncredited)

TV Shows

The Plane Makers
14
2
The Plane Makers
14
2
Starring:
Tom Conti, Jack Watling, Robert Urquhart, Patrick Wymark, Annette Crosbie
The Pallisers
21
5
The Pallisers
21
5
Starring:
Derek Jacobi, Jeremy Irons, Susan Hampshire, Philip Latham, Barbara Murray, Moray Watson
Directed By:
Ronald Wilson, Hugh David
BBC Sunday-Night Theatre
15
3
BBC Sunday-Night Theatre
15
3
Starring:
Patricia Neal, Trevor Howard, Vanessa Redgrave, Richard Todd, Jeremy Brett, Maggie Smith, Diane Cilento
Directed By:
Follyfoot
14
4
Follyfoot
14
4
Role:
The Colonel (39 episodes, 1971-1973)
Starring:
Arthur English, Christian Rodska, Gillian Blake, Steve Hodson
Play for Today
16
5
Play for Today
16
5
Starring:
Anthony Hopkins, Liam Neeson, Billy Connolly, Tim Curry, Patrick Stewart, Ian McKellen, John Hurt
No Hiding Place
12
4
No Hiding Place
12
4
Starring:
Adam Faith, Lois Maxwell, Joss Ackland, Robert Hunter, Annette Crosbie
The Indian Tales of Rudyard Kipling
11
3
The Indian Tales of Rudyard Kipling
11
3
Starring:
Joss Ackland, Ian McKellen, Kenneth Fortescue, Patrick Westwood
Directed By:
Shaun Sutton, Waris Hussein, Graham Evans, Peter Cregeen, Max Varnel
The Onedin Line
27
8
The Onedin Line
27
8
Starring:
Jack Wild, Jane Seymour, Brian Rawlinson, Peter Gilmore, Jessica Benton, Howard Lang
Directed By:
Peter Graham Scott, Gerald Blake, Viktors Ritelis, David Cunliffe, Michael Hayes
The Adventures of Robin Hood
24
7
The Adventures of Robin Hood
24
7
Starring:
Nicholas Parsons, Donald Pleasence, Robert Hunter, Richard Greene, Alexander Gauge, Alan Wheatley
ITV Play of the Week
12
4
ITV Play of the Week
12
4
Starring:
Richard Harris, Vivien Leigh, Anthony Quinn, James Mason, Ronnie Barker, Donald Sutherland, Ian Holm
Directed By:
Softly Softly: Task Force
12
4
Softly Softly: Task Force
12
4
Starring:
Bob Hoskins, Paul Nicholas, John Bindon, Stratford Johns, Frank Windsor
Some Mothers Do 'Ave 'Em
73
23
Some Mothers Do 'Ave 'Em
73
23
Starring:
Christopher Biggins, Christopher Timothy, Michael Crawford, Jane Hylton, Michele Dotrice, Jessica Forte, Glynn Edwards
Hazell
13
5
Hazell
13
5
Starring:
John Rhys-Davies, Peter Mayhew, John Bindon, Nicholas Ball, Roddy McMillan
Doomwatch
12
5
Doomwatch
12
5
Starring:
Robert Powell, Jonathan Pryce, John Paul, Joby Blanshard, Simon Oates
The Invisible Man
15
6
The Invisible Man
15
6
Starring:
Oliver Reed, Bruce Seton, Tim Turner, Lisa Daniely, Deborah Watling
Probation Officer
9
4
Probation Officer
9
4
Starring:
Michael Crawford, John Hurt, William Simons, John Paul, John Scott, David Davies, Jessica Spencer
Directed By:
Christopher Morahan, Peter Sasdy, James Ferman, Philip Dale, Royston Morley
Suspense
9
4
Suspense
9
4
Starring:
Michael Crawford, Donald Sutherland, Robert Hunter, John Carson, Alex Scott
Dixon of Dock Green
12
6
Dixon of Dock Green
12
6
Starring:
Miriam Margolyes, Michael Caine, Malcolm McDowell, Michael Crawford, Sean Connery, John Rhys-Davies, Jack Warner
Directed By:
Douglas Moodie, Vere Lorrimer, David Askey, Robin Nash, Joe Waters
BBC2 Playhouse
10
5
BBC2 Playhouse
10
5
Starring:
Helen Mirren, Ben Kingsley, Deborah Kerr, Daniel Day-Lewis, Joss Ackland, Ian Richardson, Paul Scofield
Directed By:
Emergency-Ward 10
9
4
Emergency-Ward 10
9
4
Starring:
Albert Finney, William Simons, Joanna Lumley, Michael Crawford, Malcolm McDowell, Charles 'Bud' Tingwell, Jill Browne
Directed By:
Dennis Vance, Christopher Morahan, Peter Sasdy, James Ferman, Valerie Hanson
Secret Agent
0
0
Secret Agent
0
0
Wodehouse Playhouse
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0
Wodehouse Playhouse
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Garry Halliday
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Garry Halliday
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The Life and Times of David Lloyd George
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The Life and Times of David Lloyd George
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Patrol Car
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Patrol Car
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Starring:
Bruce Seton, Jack Melford, Dana Wynter, John Boxer,
Wilde Alliance
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Wilde Alliance
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Eustace and Hilda
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Eustace and Hilda
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Boyd Q.C.
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Boyd Q.C.
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Virgin of the Secret Service
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Virgin of the Secret Service
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Mickey Dunne
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Mickey Dunne
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