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List of Donald Pleasence Movies: Ranked Best To Worst

1. The Great Escape (1963)
27
7
The Great Escape
27
7

Frustrated with escape attempts, the German army moves a large group of Allied prisoners of war to a high-security POW camp. The film portrays a fictional account of how over 200 prisoners, led by RAF Squadron Leader Roger Bartlett, dug a deep, long tunnel to execute an even greater mass escape plan to further harass the enemy.

Directed By:
John Sturges
2. Halloween (1978)
26
3
Halloween
R
26
3

A six year old boy, Michael Myers, mercilessly kills his teenage sister, Judith on the Halloween night in 1963. He is imprisoned for fifteen years. Now 21, Michael escapes and returns to his hometown to figure out his next unaware victims – a female babysitter and her friends. The only person who understands his intentions is his psychiatrist, Dr. Loomis.

Role:
Loomis
Starring:
Jamie Lee Curtis, John Carpenter, Nick Castle, P.J. Soles, Charles Cyphers, Nancy Kyes
Directed By:
3. Wake in Fright (1971)
20
4
Wake in Fright
R
20
4
Role:
Doc Tydon
Starring:
Chips Rafferty, Jack Thompson, Sylvia Kay, Gary Bond
Directed By:
Ted Kotcheff
4. Malachi's Cove (1973)
22
3
Malachi's Cove
22
3
Starring:
David Bradley, John Barrett, Arthur English, Alan Hockey
Directed By:
Henry Herbert
6. Escape from New York (1981)
21
3
Escape from New York
R
21
3

In an alternate reality, Manhattan Island in New York City has been converted into a maximum security prison following a 400% increase in crime in the United States. When Air Force One is hijacked and the President is crash-landed into the island, former Special Forces soldier and convicted robber, Snake Plissken, is coerced into launching a rescue initiative.

Role:
President
Directed By:
7. The Caretaker (1963)
17
2
The Caretaker
17
2

Based on the play of the same name by Harold Pinter, this British drama film tells the story of a naive and lonely man named Aston, who allows a homeless old man to live with him, out of sympathy for the latter. However, Aston’s brother Mick starts tormenting the old man. 

Role:
Mac Davies / Bernard Jenkins
Starring:
Harold Pinter, Alan Bates, Robert Shaw
Directed By:
Clive Donner
8. Sons and Lovers (1960)
17
2
Sons and Lovers
17
2
Starring:
Trevor Howard, Dean Stockwell, Wendy Hiller, Mary Ure
Directed By:
Jack Cardiff
9. Cul-de-sac (1966)
18
2
Cul-de-sac
18
2

This comedy drama thriller film follows the story of two wounded American gangsters who are on the run. They soon find refuge in the secluded castle of a young British couple. However, all is not what it seems.  

Role:
George
Starring:
Jacqueline Bisset, Lionel Stander, Françoise Dorléac, Jack MacGowran, Geoffrey Sumner
Directed By:
10. Watch Out, We're Mad (1974)
15
5
Watch Out, We're Mad
G
15
5

Two drivers are tied at first place in a local stunt race. They decide to have a contest to determine who will own the prize, a dune buggy. However, things get ugly when a mobster destroys the vehicle. Therefore they decide to get revenge and declare a war on him.

Starring:
Bud Spencer, Terence Hill, John Sharp, Patty Shepard
Directed By:
Marcello Fondato
11. Will Penny (1967)
16
2
Will Penny
16
2
Role:
Preacher Quint
Starring:
Charlton Heston, Slim Pickens, Bruce Dern, Lee Majors, Joan Hackett
Directed By:
Tom Gries
12. No Love for Johnnie (1961)
14
3
No Love for Johnnie
14
3

A cynical and burnt-out middle-aged Labour MP finds himself in a stalled career and failed marriage, all thanks to his stubbornly leftist leanings. After a brief affair with a younger woman, he has the chance to salvage his marriage but it may come at the cost of his career.

Role:
Roger Renfrew
Starring:
Peter Finch, Oliver Reed, Stanley Holloway, Billie Whitelaw
Directed By:
Ralph Thomas
13. Look Back in Anger (1959)
15
2
Look Back in Anger
15
2
Starring:
Richard Burton, Claire Bloom, Edith Evans, Mary Ure, Gary Raymond
Directed By:
14. You Only Live Twice (1967)
20
2
You Only Live Twice
TV-PG
20
2

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:
Sean Connery, Lois Maxwell, Akiko Wakabayashi, Mie Hama, Tetsurô Tanba, Teru Shimada
Directed By:
Lewis Gilbert
15. Hell Is a City (1960)
14
2
Hell Is a City
14
2
Role:
Gus Hawkins
Starring:
Stanley Baker, Maxine Audley, John Crawford, Billie Whitelaw
Directed By:
Val Guest
16. The Eagle Has Landed (1976)
20
2
The Eagle Has Landed
PG
20
2

The Eagle Has Landed is a war drama film which tells the story of a Nazi officer, who devises a plan to kidnap or assassinate Winston Churchill, the British Prime Minister.  Their plan seems to be going well, until certain events begin to threaten their success.  

Role:
Himmler
Starring:
Michael Caine, Donald Sutherland, Robert Duvall, Larry Hagman, Jenny Agutter
Directed By:
John Sturges
17. The Two-Headed Spy (1958)
15
2
The Two-Headed Spy
15
2

General Alexander Scott is a well respected member of the Third Reich's inner circle. But in reality, he is a British spy, who has been planted in the German Army towards the end of WWI.  The story, which begins in 1939, depicts his struggle to keep his true identity hidden while continuing to pass on the much needed information to the British. 

Starring:
Michael Caine, Jack Hawkins, Felix Aylmer, Alexander Knox, Gia Scala
Directed By:
André De Toth
18. The Flesh and the Fiends (1960)
15
2
The Flesh and the Fiends
15
2
Role:
William Hare
Starring:
Robert Hunter, Renee Houston, George Rose, Peter Cushing
Directed By:
John Gilling
19. Henry VIII and His Six Wives (1972)
14
2
Henry VIII and His Six Wives
PG
14
2

On his deathbed, King Henry VIII, of England recounts his six marriages while surrounded by his courtiers and his family. He discusses his motivations for marrying Catherine of Aragon, Anne Boleyn, Jane Seymor, Anne of Cleves, Catherine Howard, and lastly, Catherine Parr who remained his wife and Queen consort until his death. 

Role:
Thomas Cromwell
Starring:
Brian Blessed, Keith Michell, Jane Asher, Charlotte Rampling
Directed By:
Waris Hussein
20. The Rainbow Boys (1973)
14
2
The Rainbow Boys
14
2
Role:
Ralph Logan
Starring:
Kate Reid, Don Calfa, Paul Lam, David Thomas
Directed By:
Gerald Potterton
21. A Tale of Two Cities (1958)
14
2
A Tale of Two Cities
14
2
Starring:
Dirk Bogarde, Christopher Lee, Dorothy Tutin, Cecil Parker, Stephen Murray
Directed By:
Ralph Thomas
22. Barnacle Bill (1957)
13
2
Barnacle Bill
13
2

Though descended from a family of celebrated sailors, Royal Navy Captain Ambrose, is troubled with chronic seasickness. After the war, he buys a crumbling amusement pier in a small British coastal town of Sandcastle-on-sea, but encounters strong opposition from local authorities. However, he finds a way through the storm to save the Victorian pier from demolition and makes it a thriving venture.

Starring:
Alec Guinness, Harry Locke, Frederick Piper, Fred Griffiths, Gerald Case
Directed By:
Charles Frend
23. Lisa (1962)
15
2
Lisa
15
2
Role:
Sgt. Wolters
Starring:
Hugh Griffith, Stephen Boyd, Dolores Hart, Leo McKern
Directed By:
Philip Dunne
24. Soldier Blue (1970)
17
2
Soldier Blue
R
17
2
Role:
Isaac Q. Cumber
Starring:
Candice Bergen, John Anderson, Jorge Rivero, Peter Strauss
Directed By:
Ralph Nelson
25. 1984 (1956)
14
2
1984
14
2
Starring:
Michael Redgrave, Edmond O'Brien, Mervyn Johns, Jan Sterling,
Directed By:
Michael Anderson
26. THX 1138 (1971)
16
2
THX 1138
GP
16
2

THX 1138 is a sci-fi action drama film, which takes us to a futuristic society of the 25th century, where sex is outlawed, and people are given designations instead of names.  The film revolves around a few individuals who rebel against this rigidly-controlled society. 

Role:
SEN
Starring:
Robert Duvall, Don Pedro Colley, Maggie McOmie, Ian Wolfe
Directed By:
27. Decision Against Time (1957)
14
2
Decision Against Time
14
2
Starring:
Walter Fitzgerald, Jack Hawkins, Elizabeth Sellars, Jeremy Bodkin
Directed By:
Charles Crichton
28. Fantastic Voyage (1966)
15
3
Fantastic Voyage
15
3

Fantastic Voyage is a science fiction film which revolves around a brilliant scientist Jan Benes, who develops a blood clot in his brain. Using the technology he had created, which can miniaturize matter, a team of experts enter his body, hoping to be able to help him.

Role:
Dr. Michaels
Starring:
Raquel Welch, James Brolin, Stephen Boyd, Edmond O'Brien
Directed By:
Richard Fleischer
29. The Greatest Story Ever Told (1965)
18
2
The Greatest Story Ever Told
18
2

The Greatest Story Ever Told is a historical drama film which revolves around the life and the teachings of Jesus of Nazareth, presented in two parts.  

Starring:
Sidney Poitier, Telly Savalas, Martin Landau, Pat Boone, Max von Sydow, Angela Lansbury, Dorothy McGuire
Directed By:
30. The Hallelujah Trail (1965)
16
2
The Hallelujah Trail
16
2
Role:
'Oracle' Jones
Starring:
Lee Remick, Burt Lancaster, Brian Keith, Martin Landau, Jim Hutton, Pamela Tiffin
Directed By:
John Sturges
31. Tomorrow Never Comes (1978)
13
2
Tomorrow Never Comes
PG
13
2

After returning from an extended business trip, Frank discovers that his girlfriend Jamie is now working at a resort hotel, where the owner seems to have bought her affection, in exchange for various gifts.  As tensions rise, he holds her hostage. However, as the police negotiations try to talk him into giving himself up, Frank feels being pushed further and further into a corner. 

Starring:
Raymond Burr, Oliver Reed, John Ireland, John Osborne
Directed By:
Peter Collinson
32. From Beyond the Grave (1974)
13
2
From Beyond the Grave
PG
13
2
Starring:
Margaret Leighton, Diana Dors, Peter Cushing, Ian Carmichael
Directed By:
Kevin Connor
33. The Battle of the Sexes (1960)
12
2
The Battle of the Sexes
12
2

Angela Burrows, an accomplished efficiency, expert tries to change the way things are done at a Scottish Tweed weaving company but runs up against traditional values and the accountant Mr. Martin. The battle of wits between the sexes eventually ends with Martin winning but losing his heart to Burrows. 

Starring:
Peter Sellers, Robert Morley, Ernest Thesiger, Constance Cummings, Jameson Clark
Directed By:
Charles Crichton
34. Manuela (1957)
12
2
Manuela
12
2
Role:
Evans
Starring:
Christopher Lee, Trevor Howard, Leslie Weston, Jack MacGowran
Directed By:
Guy Hamilton
35. Telefon (1977)
16
2
Telefon
PG
16
2
Role:
Nicolai Dalchimsky
Starring:
Charles Bronson, Lee Remick, Tyne Daly, Alan Badel
Directed By:
Don Siegel
36. Halloween II (1981)
15
2
Halloween II
R
15
2

The second installment in the Halloween film series, the story centers on Michael Myers and his traumatized victim Laurie Strode, whom he has earlier failed to kill. It describes how he chases Laurie into the Haddonfield Memorial Hospital, on the way killing nurses and doctors, until he is engulfed in flame, yet continuing with his chase.  

Role:
Sam Loomis
Starring:
Dana Carvey, Jamie Lee Curtis, Lance Guest, Jeffrey Kramer
Directed By:
Rick Rosenthal
37. Wedding in White (1972)
12
2
Wedding in White
R
12
2
Role:
Jim Dougall, Sr.
Starring:
Carol Kane, Paul Bradley, Doris Petrie, Leo Phillips
Directed By:
William Fruet
38. The Shakedown (1960)
13
2
The Shakedown
13
2
Role:
Jessel
Starring:
Hazel Court, Robert Beatty, Terence Morgan, Bill Owen,
Directed By:
John Lemont
39. Oh, God! (1977)
13
2
Oh, God!
PG
13
2

Oh, God is a fantasy comedy film which tells the story of Jerry Landers, a hard working assistant manager working at a supermarket, who lives an uneventful life with his wife Bobbie Landers and their two kids. His life takes a turn when God Almighty appears in his life as a good natured old man. He decides to make Jerry his messenger for the modern world.

Role:
Doctor Harmon
Starring:
George Burns, Teri Garr, Paul Sorvino, Carl Reiner, Dinah Shore, Ralph Bellamy
Directed By:
40. The Wind of Change (1961)
13
2
The Wind of Change
13
2
Role:
'Pop' Marley
Starring:
Hilda Fenemore, Ann Lynn, Glyn Houston, Johnny Briggs
Directed By:
Vernon Sewell
41. The Pied Piper (1972)
12
2
The Pied Piper
G
12
2

The Pied Piper is a fantasy drama film, which takes us to 1349 Germany, when the town of Hamelin is plagued by rats. They hire a wandering pied piper to lure the rats away. However, when they refuse to pay for his services, he hires the children of the town away. 

Starring:
Jack Wild, John Hurt, Keith Buckley, Donovan, Patsy Puttnam, Arthur Hewlett
Directed By:
Jacques Demy
42. Spare the Rod (1961)
12
2
Spare the Rod
12
2
Role:
Mr. Jenkins
Starring:
Geoffrey Keen, Peter Reynolds, Betty McDowall, Max Bygraves
Directed By:
Leslie Norman
43. Dracula (1979)
14
2
Dracula
R
14
2

Dracula is a horror drama film which takes us to the year 1913. After surviving a shipwreck, Count Dracula comes ashore and begins his search for an immortal bride.

Role:
Dr. Jack Seward
Starring:
Frank Langella, Laurence Olivier, Kate Nelligan, Trevor Eve
Directed By:
John Badham
44. Mr. Freedom (1968)
13
2
Mr. Freedom
13
2

Mr Freedom is a satirical superhero film which tells the story of Mr Freedom, a vigilante superhero sanctioned by the US government, who is assigned on a mission to prevent a Communist takeover of France, and at the same time solve the murder of a French superhero.  

Role:
Dr. Freedom (as Don Pleasence)
Starring:
Yves Montand, Simone Signoret, Delphine Seyrig, Jean-Claude Drouot
Directed By:
William Klein
45. No Place Like Homicide! (1961)
12
2
No Place Like Homicide!
12
2
Role:
Everett Sloane
Starring:
Dennis Price, Sidney James, Shirley Eaton, Kenneth Connor
Directed By:
Pat Jackson
46. The Risk (1960)
12
2
The Risk
12
2

British scientists manage to find a cure for an ongoing plague, but their government refuses to publish the research, and decides to keep it a secret. However, foreign powers trick a scientist into handing over the information to them.

Starring:
Spike Milligan, Raymond Huntley, Peter Cushing, Tony Britton
Directed By:
Roy Boulting, John Boulting
47. Escape to Witch Mountain (1975)
14
2
Escape to Witch Mountain
G
14
2

Escape to Witch Mountain is a science fiction adventure film which revolves around Tony and Tia, two orphaned siblings, having extraordinary psychic powers. Things get complicated when they attract the attention of a selfish millionaire, who decides to kidnap them and use their powers for his own gain.  

Role:
Lucas Deranian
Starring:
Eddie Albert, Denver Pyle, Ray Milland, Kim Richards
Directed By:
John Hough
48. Hearts of the West (1975)
12
2
Hearts of the West
PG
12
2
Role:
A.J. Nietz
Starring:
Andy Griffith, Alan Arkin, Blythe Danner, Jeff Bridges, William Christopher
Directed By:
Howard Zieff
49. Phenomena (1985)
13
2
Phenomena
13
2

Phenomena is a horror mystery film which revolves around a young girl who has an unusual but interesting ability which allows her to communicate with insects. She is soon transferred to a Swiss boarding school. When a string of murders occur, she thinks her abilities might prove very useful.  

Starring:
Dario Argento, Jennifer Connelly, Patrick Bauchau, Daria Nicolodi, Fiore Argento, Federica Mastroianni, Fiorenza Tessari
Directed By:
50. The Black Windmill (1974)
14
2
The Black Windmill
PG
14
2
Role:
Cedric Harper
Starring:
John Rhys-Davies, Joss Ackland, Michael Caine, Clive Revill, John Vernon, Delphine Seyrig
Directed By:
Don Siegel
51. Glory Days (1976)
12
2
Glory Days
12
2
Starring:
Tony Lo Bianco, Andrew Ian McMillan, Patricia Hamilton, Gloria Carlin
Directed By:
Harvey Hart
52. The Wind Cannot Read (1958)
13
2
The Wind Cannot Read
13
2

During WWII, British RAF Flight Lt. Michael Quinn, stationed in far-east Asia, is asked to join army intelligence and learn Japanese language to interrogate Japanese POWs. He falls in love with his pretty Japanese instructor Sabby, or Suzuki San. She is, however, perceived as an enemy by the British officers, so they marry secretly. But the destiny has different plans!

Starring:
Dirk Bogarde, Anthony Bushell, John Fraser, Ronald Lewis
Directed By:
Ralph Thomas
53. Shadows and Fog (1991)
13
2
Shadows and Fog
PG-13
13
2

Kleinman is a timid bookkeeper, who wanders around town and tries his best in finding a dangerous serial killer who is on the loose.  

Starring:
Woody Allen, John Cusack, Julie Kavner, William H. Macy, Mia Farrow, John Malkovich, Peter Dinklage
Directed By:
54. Blood Relatives (1978)
12
2
Blood Relatives
R
12
2

This 1978 Canadian-French film revolves around a detective investigating the brutal murder of a teenage girl. However, conflicting testimonies within the victim’s own family makes the case harder to solve.

Starring:
Donald Sutherland, Stéphane Audran, Aude Landry, Lisa Langlois
Directed By:
Claude Chabrol
55. Prince of Darkness (1987)
14
2
Prince of Darkness
R
14
2

While cleaning the basement in the church, Father Loomis comes across a canister which is filled with a volatile green substance. He soon comes to know that the liquid is the spirit of the Devil. Problem arises when the container is opened, unleashing an evil force on humanity.

Role:
Priest
Starring:
Jameson Parker, Lisa Blount, Dennis Dun, Victor Wong
Directed By:
56. Dr. Crippen (1963)
12
2
Dr. Crippen
12
2
Role:
Dr. Crippen
Starring:
Coral Browne, James Robertson Justice, Donald Wolfit, Samantha Eggar
Directed By:
Robert Lynn
57. The Beachcomber (1954)
12
2
The Beachcomber
12
2
Role:
Tromp
Starring:
Robert Newton, Glynis Johns, Donald Sinden, Paul Rogers,
Directed By:
Muriel Box
58. The Last Tycoon (1976)
12
2
The Last Tycoon
PG
12
2

Based on an unfinished novel of the same name by F Scott Fitzgerald, this drama film tells the story of a movie producer, who works tirelessly in a time of turmoil. However, problems arise because he neglects and disrespects the other studio executives, and they feel like they would be better off without him.

Starring:
John Carradine, Tony Curtis, Jeanne Moreau, Robert Mitchum, Robert De Niro, Jack Nicholson, Ray Milland
Directed By:
59. The Hour of the Pig (1993)
12
2
The Hour of the Pig
R
12
2
Role:
Pincheon
Starring:
Colin Firth, Ian Holm, Amina Annabi, Nicol Williamson
Directed By:
Leslie Megahey
60. Kidnapped (1971)
13
2
Kidnapped
G
13
2

Young David Balfour is cheated out of his inheritance by his Uncle Ebeneezer Balfour, who has David kidnapped by sea captain Hoseason. David forms a friendship with Alan Breck on board the ship and the two embark on a life-changing adventure, with David even falling in love with Catriona. 

Starring:
Michael Caine, Trevor Howard, Jack Hawkins, Lawrence Douglas, Vivien Heilbron
Directed By:
Delbert Mann
61. Innocent Bystanders (1972)
12
2
Innocent Bystanders
PG
12
2

Senior British secret agent John Craig is given a final assignment to locate a defecting Russian scientist Kaplan, who is believed to be living as a goatherd in Turkey. While Craig encounters opponents at every step, his adversaries mistakenly kidnap a beautiful innocent bystander Miriam. Although it complicates his mission, Craig decides to rescue Miriam as he feels responsible for her. 

Role:
Loomis
Starring:
Geraldine Chaplin, Dana Andrews, Stanley Baker, Sue Lloyd
Directed By:
Peter Collinson
62. Alone in the Dark (1982)
12
2
Alone in the Dark
R
12
2
Role:
Dr. Leo Bain
Starring:
Jack Palance, Martin Landau, Dwight Schultz, Erland van Lidth
Directed By:
Jack Sholder
63. Circus of Horrors (1960)
12
2
Circus of Horrors
12
2
Role:
Vanet
Starring:
Jane Hylton, Anton Diffring, Yvonne Monlaur, Erika Remberg
Directed By:
Sidney Hayers
64. L'homme en colère (1979)
11
2
L'homme en colère
11
2

A retired and widowed French commercial pilot arrives in Montreal, and is soon asked to identify the body of his estranged son Julien, who was killed in a police shootout. However, he soon sees that the body is not of his son, but a criminal who was in possession of his son’s passport. Fearing that his son may be in grave danger, he embarks on a quest to find him.

Role:
Albert Rumpelmayer
Starring:
Angie Dickinson, Lino Ventura, Hollis McLaren, Laurent Malet
Directed By:
Claude Pinoteau
65. The Madwoman of Chaillot (1969)
10
2
The Madwoman of Chaillot
G
10
2

Adapted from Jean Giraudoux’s 1945 play La Folle de Chaillot, the movie follows Countess Aurelia and her three friends as they learn about a big conspiracy to drill oil from beneath the streets of Paris. The women decide to take action against the powerful men that include financiers, military men, and a religious opportunist by putting them on trial for crime against society.

Starring:
Richard Chamberlain, Danny Kaye, Yul Brynner, Charles Boyer, Katharine Hepburn, Paul Henreid
Directed By:
Bryan Forbes
66. Death Line (1972)
13
2
Death Line
R
13
2
Role:
Inspector Calhoun
Starring:
Christopher Lee, Norman Rossington, David Ladd, Sharon Gurney
Directed By:
Gary Sherman
67. Eye of the Devil (1966)
10
2
Eye of the Devil
10
2
Role:
Pere Dominic
Starring:
Sharon Tate, Deborah Kerr, David Niven, Edward Mulhare
Directed By:
J. Lee Thompson
68. The Man Inside (1958)
11
2
The Man Inside
11
2

Sam is a clerk working for a jeweler who dreams of stealing a fortune in diamonds one day. Although, he manages to execute his plan eventually, he ends up killing a man in the process.

Starring:
Anita Ekberg, Anthony Newley, Jack Palance, Bonar Colleano, Nigel Patrick
Directed By:
John Gilling
69. The Jerusalem File (1972)
11
2
The Jerusalem File
PG
11
2
Role:
Major Samuels
Starring:
Ian Hendry, Nicol Williamson, Daria Halprin, Bruce Davison
Directed By:
John Flynn
70. Heart of a Child (1958)
11
2
Heart of a Child
11
2
Role:
Spiel
Starring:
Jean Anderson, Norman MacOwan, Maureen Pryor, Richard Williams
Directed By:
Clive Donner
71. Arthur! Arthur! (1969)
10
2
Arthur! Arthur!
GP
10
2
Role:
Arthur Brownjohn / Sir Easonby 'E' Mellon
Starring:
Shelley Winters, Rafiq Anwar, Terry-Thomas, Tammy Grimes
Directed By:
Samuel Gallu
72. The Monster Club (1981)
11
2
The Monster Club
11
2
Role:
Pickering - Chief of the B-Squad
Starring:
Vincent Price, Britt Ekland, John Carradine, Richard Johnson, Stuart Whitman
Directed By:
Roy Ward Baker
73. The Hands of Orlac (1960)
11
2
The Hands of Orlac
11
2

A pianist who loses his hands in a plane crash undergoes a transplant surgery arranged by his fiancée. He receives the hands of an executed criminal. However, the hands have the same murderous tendencies of the previous owner. 

Starring:
Mel Ferrer, Christopher Lee, Dany Carrel, Lucile Saint-Simon, Edouard Hemme
Directed By:
Edmond T. Gréville
74. Barry McKenzie Holds His Own (1974)
10
2
Barry McKenzie Holds His Own
10
2

Count Von Plasma, a vampire who is the head of an isolated European country, wishes to kidnap the Queen of England, hoping it will draw tourists to his country. However, he mistakenly kidnaps another woman named Edna, who happens to be the aunt of Barry McKenzie. Along with his friends, Barry sets out to rescue her and bring her back.     

Role:
Erich Count von Plasma
Starring:
Barry Humphries, Dick Bentley, Barry Crocker, Ed Devereaux
Directed By:
Bruce Beresford
75. Value for Money (1955)
10
2
Value for Money
10
2
Starring:
Oliver Reed, Frank Pettingell, Diana Dors, Derek Farr, Susan Stephen
Directed By:
Ken Annakin
76. To Kill a Stranger (1983)
10
2
To Kill a Stranger
10
2
Role:
Col. Kostik
Starring:
Dean Stockwell, Aldo Ray, Angélica María, Sergio Aragonés
Directed By:
Juan López Moctezuma
77. A Story of David: The Hunted (1960)
10
2
A Story of David: The Hunted
10
2
Starring:
Basil Sydney, Jeff Chandler, Peter Arne, David Knight
Directed By:
Bob McNaught
78. Tales That Witness Madness (1973)
10
2
Tales That Witness Madness
R
10
2

Psychiatrist Dr. Tremayne recounts cases of strange patients to colleague, Dr. Nicholas. In first case, squabbling parents’ young son imagines a tiger hankering after meat. Next, an antiques dealer is haunted by his uncle’s portrait and a Penny-Farthing bicycle. In third, a man’s unusual attachment to a dead tree arouses wife’s jealousy. Fourth horror is about a literary agent and a cannibal luau.  

Starring:
Joan Collins, Jack Hawkins, Donald Houston, Kim Novak, Georgia Brown
Directed By:
Freddie Francis
79. Treasure of the Yankee Zephyr (1981)
10
2
Treasure of the Yankee Zephyr
PG
10
2

Also known as the Race for the Yankee Zephyr, the movie follows Gibbie Gibson, his daughter, Sally, and his lodger ,Barney Whitaker, who are in a race against time to recover a treasure from a World War II plane wreck. But treasure hunter Mister Theo Brown and his men stand in their way. 

Role:
Gilbert Carson
Starring:
George Peppard, Lesley Ann Warren, Ken Wahl, Bruno Lawrence
Directed By:
David Hemmings
80. Power Play (1978)
10
2
Power Play
10
2

A group of military officers get frustrated with the corruption and repression of their government, and decide to start a coup and overthrow the current regime. However, the leader of the coup discovers that there may be a spy in their midst.  

Role:
Blair
Starring:
Peter O'Toole, Barry Morse, David Hemmings, Jon Granik
Directed By:
Martyn Burke
81. Killers of Kilimanjaro (1959)
11
2
Killers of Kilimanjaro
11
2

Robert Adamson is an American railroad engineer in colonial Africa, who sets out from Mombasa, Kenya, to Lake Victoria, in order to plot out a route for the first transcontinental railroad in Africa. He is accompanied by Jane Carlton, a young woman, whose father and fiance have both disappeared in the African wilds.

Starring:
Anthony Newley, Robert Taylor, Grégoire Aslan, Allan Cuthbertson
Directed By:
Richard Thorpe
82. Good Luck, Miss Wyckoff (1979)
11
2
Good Luck, Miss Wyckoff
R
11
2

Good Luck, Miss Wyckoff is a drama film which takes us to 1954, to a small town in Kansas. It revolves around a lonely and depressed high school teacher named Evelyn, who is liked by students and her co-workers, but is unsatisfied with her job regardless. Her life takes a different turn when she is raped by an African American janitor working at the school.

Role:
Dr. Steiner
Starring:
Doris Roberts, Carolyn Jones, Earl Holliman, Anne Heywood
Directed By:
Marvin J. Chomsky
83. The Uncanny (1977)
11
2
The Uncanny
11
2

The film is an anthology of three cat horror tales as told by horror writer Wilbur Gray, who genuinely believe that cats are supernatural creatures, who are capable of calling the shots. While two stories depict cats taking revenge on the murder of their mistresses, the third tale relates how a little girl use witchcraft to avenge her cat.  

Starring:
Ray Milland, Roland Culver, Joan Greenwood, Peter Cushing
Directed By:
Denis Héroux
84. Journey Into Fear (1975)
10
2
Journey Into Fear
R
10
2

Howard is an American engineer living in Istanbul, who is targeted for assassination, as he has made contributions to the Turkish Navy. Eventually he manages to escape with the help of police Colonel Haki, and decides to board a ship to safety from his hotel. On board, one of the passengers seem suspicious.

Starring:
Ian McShane, Jackie Cooper, Sam Waterston, Shelley Winters, Vincent Price, Zero Mostel
Directed By:
Daniel Mann
85. Matchless (1967)
9
2
Matchless
9
2

Matchless is a science fiction comedy thriller film which tells the story of a secret agent who possesses an ancient ring that can grant him invisibility powers for a short time, once every ten hours. He is in pursuit of a criminal mastermind, but at the same time, he also has to deal with an enemy agent who is also in pursuit of the ring.

Role:
Gregori Andreanu
Starring:
Sorrell Booke, Patrick O'Neal, Henry Silva, Nicoletta Machiavelli
Directed By:
Alberto Lattuada
86. Last In, First Out (1978)
9
2
Last In, First Out
9
2
Role:
Rothko
Starring:
Dennis Hopper, Joseph Cotten, Bruno Cremer, Laure Dechasnel
Directed By:
Claude d'Anna
87. A Breed Apart (1984)
10
2
A Breed Apart
R
10
2
Role:
J.P. Whittier
Starring:
Kathleen Turner, Rutger Hauer, Powers Boothe, Brion James
Directed By:
Philippe Mora
88. Halloween 4: The Return of Michael Myers (1988)
11
2
Halloween 4: The Return of Michael Myers
R
11
2
Role:
Dr. Sam Loomis
Starring:
Michael Pataki, Don LaFontaine, Danielle Harris, Ellie Cornell
Directed By:
Dwight H. Little
89. The Mutations (1974)
9
2
The Mutations
R
9
2
Role:
Professor Nolter
Starring:
Tom Baker, Michael Dunn, Julie Ege, Brad Harris
Directed By:
Jack Cardiff
90. Where Is Parsifal? (1984)
9
2
Where Is Parsifal?
PG
9
2

Where is Parsifal? is a comedy film which revolves around an eccentric inventor who lives in a castle. He has invented a laser skywriter which he wants to sell for millions. However, several people are interested in his invention.  

Starring:
Erik Estrada, Orson Welles, Tony Curtis, Peter Lawford
Directed By:
Henri Helman
91. The Ambassador (1984)
9
2
The Ambassador
R
9
2

This suspense drama film revolves around an American ambassador to Israel, who tries to bring peace to the Middle East conflict, through his unconventional ways. However, his efforts are hampered at every turn, and his personal life is threatened. 

Role:
Minister Eretz
Starring:
Rock Hudson, Robert Mitchum, Ellen Burstyn, Fabio Testi
Directed By:
J. Lee Thompson
92. A Dirty Knight's Work (1976)
9
2
A Dirty Knight's Work
PG
9
2

A Knight’s Dirty Work is an action adventure crime thriller film which tells us the story of a group of British aristocrats who calls themselves the ‘Knights of Avalon’. Discontent with the justice system, they start executing judgments on people whom they consider criminals. However, an officer working for the Scotland Yard soon starts having suspicions.     

Role:
Sir Giles Marley
Starring:
Sir John Mills, John Mills, Margaret Leighton, Barbara Hershey, John Bindon
Directed By:
Kevin Connor
93. The Black Tent (1956)
9
2
The Black Tent
9
2
Starring:
André Morell, Anthony Steel, Donald Sinden, Anna Maria Sandri
Directed By:
Brian Desmond Hurst
94. Orders Are Orders (1955)
10
2
Orders Are Orders
10
2

A movie company sets up their headquarters in an army barrack as it wants to shoot a sci-fi film that not only showcases the real location but also portrays the soldiers as actors. However, only confusion and chaos prevails while the Commander tries to convince the crew to move their set to a nearby haunted house. 

Starring:
Tony Hancock, Peter Sellers, Raymond Huntley, Sidney James, Margot Grahame
Directed By:
David Paltenghi
95. Halloween 5 (1989)
10
2
Halloween 5
R
10
2

After lying in a coma for around a year, Michael Myers attempts to start another killing rampage. He goes after his niece Jamie who has been confined to a mental institution. Meanwhile Dr Sam Loomis, a psychiatrist starts suspecting that there might be a psychic link between Michael and Jamie.

Role:
Loomis
Starring:
Beau Starr, Danielle Harris, Ellie Cornell, Jeffrey Landman
Directed By:
Dominique Othenin-Girard
96. The Passover Plot (1976)
8
2
The Passover Plot
PG
8
2
Role:
Pontius Pilate
Starring:
Hugh Griffith, Harry Andrews, Scott Wilson, Zalman King
Directed By:
Michael Campus
97. Halloween: The Curse of Michael Myers (1995)
12
2
Halloween: The Curse of Michael Myers
R
12
2

Six years after Michael Myers had terrorized Haddonfield, he returns in pursuit of his niece named Jamie who had managed to escape with her newborn child. He tries to hunt her down with a mysterious cult which has sinister plans for her child.

Role:
Dr. Loomis
Starring:
Paul Rudd, Kim Darby, Mitchell Ryan, Marianne Hagan
Directed By:
Joe Chappelle
98. The Devonsville Terror (1983)
9
2
The Devonsville Terror
R
9
2
Role:
Dr. Warley
Starring:
Robert Walker Jr., Suzanna Love, Paul Willson, Mary Walden
Directed By:
Ulli Lommel
99. Land of the Minotaur (1976)
8
2
Land of the Minotaur
PG
8
2
Role:
Father Roche
Starring:
Peter Cushing, Kostas Karagiorgis, Luan Peters, Dimitris Bislanis
Directed By:
Kostas Karagiannis
100. Jaguar Lives! (1979)
7
2
Jaguar Lives!
PG
7
2

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:
General Villanova
Starring:
Capucine, John Huston, Christopher Lee, Joe Lewis, Barbara Bach
Directed By:
Ernest Pintoff
101. House of the Damned (1974)
8
2
House of the Damned
8
2
Role:
Martin Zayas
Starring:
Carmen Sevilla, Michael Dunn, Aldo Sambrell, Muriel Catalá
Directed By:
Gonzalo Suárez
102. I Don't Want to Be Born (1975)
8
1
I Don't Want to Be Born
R
8
1

Lucy and Gino Carlesi’s newborn baby-boy is abnormally strong, and apparently, he is possessed by a satanic spirit. Following mysterious incidences and also, death of baby’s wet-nurse, the parents approach Dr. Finch, who refuses to accept that the baby could be involved in any such violence. Now, their only hope is Gino’s nun sister, Albana. Can she succeed in expelling the evil? 

Role:
Dr. Finch
Starring:
Joan Collins, Eileen Atkins, Caroline Munro, Ralph Bates
Directed By:
Peter Sasdy
103. Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band (1978)
8
1
Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band
PG
8
1
Starring:
Leif Garrett, Connie Stevens, Steve Martin, Tina Turner, Carel Struycken, Barry Humphries, George Burns
Directed By:
Michael Schultz
104. Night Creature (1978)
7
1
Night Creature
PG
7
1
Role:
Axel MacGregor
Starring:
Nancy Kwan, Ross Hagen, Jennifer Rhodes, Lesly Fine
Directed By:
Lee Madden
105. Frankenstein's Great Aunt Tillie (1984)
5
1
Frankenstein's Great Aunt Tillie
5
1

Years after his death, descendants of the famous scientist Baron Frankenstein return to his castle, hoping that they will find a family fortune that might still be hidden there.

Role:
Victor Frankenstein / Old Baron Frankenstein
Starring:
Zsa Zsa Gabor, June Wilkinson, Aldo Ray, Miguel Ángel Fuentes, Yvonne Furneaux
Directed By:
Myron J. Gold
106. Warrior of the Lost World (1983)
7
1
Warrior of the Lost World
R
7
1
Role:
Prossor
Starring:
Fred Williamson, Robert Ginty, Persis Khambatta, Harrison Muller Sr.
Directed By:
David Worth
107. The Pumaman (1980)
5
1
The Pumaman
5
1
Role:
Kobras (as Donald Pleasance)
Starring:
Silvano Tranquilli, Sydne Rome, Miguel Ángel Fuentes, Walter George Alton
Directed By:
Alberto De Martino
108. Creature of Comfort (1968)
12
2
Creature of Comfort
12
2
Role:
James Thorne
Starring:
Marjorie Bennett, Arthur Adams, Virginia Crawley, Maida Severn
Directed By:
Graham Driscoll
109. L'avvoltoio può attendere (1991)
11
2
L'avvoltoio può attendere
11
2
Role:
Armon Shalik
Starring:
Massimo Serato, Bruno Corazzari, Valeria D'Obici, Sasha D'Arc
Directed By:
Gian Pietro Calasso
110. The Big Day (1960)
10
2
The Big Day
10
2
Role:
Victor Partridge
Starring:
Colin Gordon, Andree Melly, Harry H. Corbett, William Franklyn
Directed By:
Peter Graham Scott
111. Ground Zero (1987)
10
2
Ground Zero
PG-13
10
2
Role:
Prosper Gaffney
Starring:
Jack Thompson, Colin Friels, Natalie Bate, Burnham Burnham
Directed By:
Michael Pattinson, Bruce Myles
112. Hanna's War (1988)
10
2
Hanna's War
PG-13
10
2
Role:
Captain Thomas Rosza
Starring:
Ellen Burstyn, David Warner, Anthony Andrews, Maruschka Detmers
Directed By:
Menahem Golan
113. Diên Biên Phú (1992)
12
2
Diên Biên Phú
12
2
Role:
Howard Simpson
Starring:
Jean-François Balmer, Patrick Catalifo, Ludmila Mikaël, François Négret
Directed By:
Pierre Schoendoerffer
114. The House of Usher (1989)
10
2
The House of Usher
R
10
2
Role:
Walter Usher
Starring:
Oliver Reed, Romy Windsor, Rufus Swart, Norman Coombes
Directed By:
Alan Birkinshaw
115. Phantom of Death (1988)
9
2
Phantom of Death
R
9
2
Role:
Inspector Datti
Starring:
Michael York, Edwige Fenech, Mapi Galán, Fabio Sartor
Directed By:
Ruggero Deodato
116. Django Strikes Again (1987)
9
2
Django Strikes Again
9
2
Starring:
Franco Nero, Christopher Connelly, William Berger, Roberto Posse
Directed By:
Nello Rossati
117. Nothing Underneath (1985)
10
2
Nothing Underneath
R
10
2
Role:
Commissioner Danesi
Starring:
Tom Schanley, Renée Simonsen, Nicola Perring, Maria McDonald
Directed By:
Carlo Vanzina
118. Vampire in Venice (1988)
9
2
Vampire in Venice
9
2
Role:
Don Alvise
Starring:
Klaus Kinski, Christopher Plummer, Barbara De Rossi, Yorgo Voyagis
Directed By:
Klaus Kinski, Mario Caiano, Augusto Caminito
119. The Commander (1988)
9
2
The Commander
9
2
Role:
Henry Carlson
Starring:
Lee Van Cleef, Brett Halsey, Lewis Collins, Manfred Lehmann
Directed By:
Antonio Margheriti
120. Operation Nam (1986)
8
2
Operation Nam
8
2
Starring:
Christopher Connelly, John Steiner, Oliver Tobias, Manfred Lehmann
Directed By:
Fabrizio De Angelis
121. Ten Little Indians (1989)
9
1
Ten Little Indians
PG
9
1
Role:
Judge Wargrave
Starring:
Herbert Lom, Brenda Vaccaro, Frank Stallone, Sarah Maur Thorp
Directed By:
Alan Birkinshaw
122. Urban Animals (1987)
7
1
Urban Animals
7
1
Role:
Prof. Livingstone
Starring:
Galeazzo Benti, Senta Berger, Ninetto Davoli, Enzo Braschi
Directed By:
Steno
123. Treasure of the Amazon (1985)
7
1
Treasure of the Amazon
R
7
1
Role:
Klaus von Blantz
Starring:
John Ireland, Stuart Whitman, Bradford Dillman, Sonia Infante
Directed By:
René Cardona Jr.
124. Double Target (1987)
7
1
Double Target
7
1
Role:
Senator Blaster
Starring:
Bo Svenson, Miles O'Keeffe, Ottaviano Dell'Acqua, Kristine Erlandson
Directed By:
Bruno Mattei
125. Safe Haven (1995)
7
1
Safe Haven
7
1
Role:
The Sailor
Starring:
Jeremy Sheffield, Allie Byrne, Miranda Pleasence
Directed By:
Debbie Shuter
126. Buried Alive (1990)
7
1
Buried Alive
R
7
1
Role:
Dr. Schaeffer
Starring:
John Carradine, Robert Vaughn, Karen Lorre, Arnold Vosloo
Directed By:
Gérard Kikoïne
127. River of Death (1989)
7
1
River of Death
R
7
1
Role:
Heinrich Spaatz
Starring:
Herbert Lom, L.Q. Jones, Robert Vaughn, Michael Dudikoff
Directed By:
Steve Carver
128. Last Platoon (1988)
7
1
Last Platoon
7
1
Starring:
Richard Hatch, Vassili Karis, David Light, Milene Thy-Sanh
Directed By:
Ignazio Dolce
129. Casablanca Express (1989)
8
1
Casablanca Express
8
1
Starring:
Jason Connery, Glenn Ford, Francesco Quinn, Jean Sorel, Manfred Lehmann
Directed By:
Sergio Martino
130. Specters (1987)
6
1
Specters
6
1
Role:
Professor Lasky
Starring:
Massimo De Rossi, Trine Michelsen, John Pepper, Riccardo De Torrebruna
Directed By:
Marcello Avallone
131. American risciò (1990)
6
1
American risciò
R
6
1
Role:
Reverend Mortom
Starring:
Mitchell Gaylord, Daniel Greene, Victoria Prouty, Michi Kobi
Directed By:
Sergio Martino
132. Millions (1991)
6
1
Millions
R
6
1
Starring:
Billy Zane, Lauren Hutton, Jean Sorel, Alexandra Paul
Directed By:
Carlo Vanzina
133. Fatal Frames (1996)
6
1
Fatal Frames
6
1
Starring:
Rossano Brazzi, David Warbeck, Ugo Pagliai, Stefania Stella
Directed By:
Al Festa
134. Paganini Horror (1989)
7
1
Paganini Horror
7
1
Starring:
Daria Nicolodi, Pascal Persiano, Jasmine Maimone, Maria Cristina Mastrangeli
Directed By:
Luigi Cozzi
135. Warrior Queen (1987)
5
1
Warrior Queen
R
5
1
Role:
Clodius
Starring:
Sybil Danning, Rick Hill, Josephine Jacqueline Jones, Tally Chanel
Directed By:
Chuck Vincent

TV Movie(s)

1. Hindle Wakes (1976)
14
3
Hindle Wakes
14
3
Starring:
Roy Dotrice, Jack Hedley, Trevor Eve, Judi Bowker, Rosalind Ayres
Directed By:
Laurence Olivier, June Howson
2. Blade on the Feather (1980)
13
3
Blade on the Feather
13
3
Role:
Professor Jason Cavendish
Starring:
Tom Conti, Kika Markham, Phoebe Nicholls, Gareth Forwood
Directed By:
Richard Loncraine
3. Witness for the Prosecution (1982)
14
2
Witness for the Prosecution
14
2
Role:
Mr. Myers
Starring:
Deborah Kerr, Ralph Richardson, Wendy Hiller, Beau Bridges
Directed By:
Alan Gibson
4. The Defection of Simas Kudirka (1978)
12
2
The Defection of Simas Kudirka
12
2
Role:
Captain Vladimir Popov
Starring:
George Dzundza, Alan Arkin, John McMartin, Richard Jordan
Directed By:
David Lowell Rich
5. The Bastard (1978)
12
2
The Bastard
12
2
Starring:
Olivia Hussey, Tom Bosley, Eleanor Parker, Keenan Wynn, Lorne Greene, Buddy Ebsen, Patricia Neal
Directed By:
Lee H. Katzin
6. All Quiet on the Western Front (1979)
12
2
All Quiet on the Western Front
12
2
Role:
Kantorek
Starring:
Ernest Borgnine, Patricia Neal, Ian Holm, Richard Thomas
Directed By:
Delbert Mann
7. The Count of Monte-Cristo (1975)
12
2
The Count of Monte-Cristo
12
2
Role:
Danglars
Starring:
Louis Jourdan, Richard Chamberlain, Tony Curtis, Trevor Howard
Directed By:
David Greene
8. Agatha Christie's Miss Marple: A Caribbean Mystery (1989)
11
2
Agatha Christie's Miss Marple: A Caribbean Mystery
TV-14
11
2
Role:
Jason Rafiel
Starring:
T.P. McKenna, Joan Hickson, Sophie Ward, Adrian Lukis
Directed By:
Christopher Petit
9. The Diary of Anne Frank (1967)
11
2
The Diary of Anne Frank
11
2
Starring:
Lilli Palmer, Max von Sydow, Viveca Lindfors, Theodore Bikel
Directed By:
Alex Segal
10. Better Late Than Never (1979)
12
2
Better Late Than Never
12
2
Starring:
Joyce Bulifant, Harry Morgan, Strother Martin, Harold Gould
Directed By:
Richard Crenna
11. Arch of Triumph (1984)
11
2
Arch of Triumph
11
2
Role:
Haake
Starring:
Anthony Hopkins, Lesley-Anne Down, Frank Finlay, Richard Pasco
Directed By:
Waris Hussein
12. Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde (1973)
9
2
Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde
9
2
Role:
Fred Smudge
Starring:
Kirk Douglas, Susan George, Susan Hampshire, Stanley Holloway
Directed By:
David Winters
13. Computercide (1981)
9
2
Computercide
9
2
Role:
George Dettler
Starring:
Susan George, David Huddleston, Tom Clancy, Joe Cortese
Directed By:
Robert Michael Lewis
14. Gold of the Amazon Women (1979)
8
1
Gold of the Amazon Women
8
1
Role:
Clarence Blasko
Starring:
Anita Ekberg, Richard Romanus, Bo Svenson, Bob Minor
Directed By:
Mark L. Lester
15. Women in Arms (1992)
12
2
Women in Arms
12
2
Starring:
Cristina Marsillach, Lina Sastri, Massimo Bonetti, Mariangela Giordano
Directed By:
Sergio Corbucci
16. Black Arrow (1985)
12
2
Black Arrow
12
2
Starring:
Oliver Reed, Fernando Rey, Stephan Chase, Benedict Taylor
Directed By:
John Hough
17. The Big Freeze (1993)
11
2
The Big Freeze
11
2
Role:
Soup slurper
Starring:
Bob Hoskins, Spike Milligan, Sir John Mills, John Mills, Eric Sykes
Directed By:
Eric Sykes
18. Scoop (1987)
10
2
Scoop
10
2
Starring:
Herbert Lom, Michael Hordern, Robert Eddison, Helen Lindsay
Directed By:
Gavin Millar
19. The Great Escape II: The Untold Story (1988)
10
2
The Great Escape II: The Untold Story
PG
10
2
Starring:
Christopher Reeve, Ian McShane, Charles Haid, Judd Hirsch
Directed By:
Paul Wendkos, Jud Taylor
20. The Corsican Brothers (1985)
10
2
The Corsican Brothers
10
2
Starring:
Olivia Hussey, Geraldine Chaplin, Nicholas Clay, Trevor Eve
Directed By:
Ian Sharp
21. Basements (1987)
9
2
Basements
9
2
Starring:
Linda Hunt, John Travolta, Tom Conti, Julian Sands, Annie Lennox
Directed By:
Robert Altman
22. Guinevere (1994)
8
2
Guinevere
8
2
Starring:
James Faulkner, Sheryl Lee, Noah Wyle, Sean Patrick Flanery
Directed By:
Jud Taylor
23. Honor Thy Father (1986)
8
2
Honor Thy Father
8
2
Role:
Aldo Rossi
Starring:
Capucine, Rossano Brazzi, Orso Maria Guerrini, Franco Diogene
Directed By:
Stefano Ferrari

Animation(s)

The Thief and the Cobbler (1993)
The Thief and the Cobbler
G
Starring:
Kenneth Williams, Miriam Margolyes, Matthew Broderick, Toni Collette, Jennifer Beals, Vincent Price, Joss Ackland
Directed By:
Richard Williams
NBC Experiment in Television (1967)
NBC Experiment in Television
Starring:
Nanette Fabray, Rodney Dangerfield, Frank Langella, David Warner, Edward Binns
Directed By:
Ernest Pintoff, Victor Vicas, Guy Fraumeni, Federico Fellini

TV Shows and Videos

Armchair Mystery Theatre (1960)
Armchair Mystery Theatre
Role:
Himself - Host / ... (12 episodes, 1960-1965)
Starring:
Jane Birkin, Diana Churchill, Cyril Cusack, Ian Hendry
BBC Sunday-Night Play (1960)
BBC Sunday-Night Play
Starring:
Vanessa Redgrave, Jeremy Brett, Rod Steiger, Richard Todd, Derek Jacobi, Ronnie Barker, Richard Burton
Directed By:
Naomi Capon, Rudolph Cartier, Darcy Conyers, Vivian A. Daniels, Wallace Douglas
The Scarf (1959)
The Scarf
Role:
Det. Insp. Harry Yates (6 episodes, 1959)
Starring:
Stephen Murray, Leo Britt, Peter Halliday, Bryan Coleman
The Twilight Zone (1959)
The Twilight Zone
TV-PG
Starring:
Ron Howard, Leonard Nimoy, Inger Stevens, Burt Reynolds, Rod Taylor, William Shatner, Peter Falk
Directed By:
John Brahm, Douglas Heyes, Buzz Kulik, Lamont Johnson, Richard L. Bare
Interpol Calling (1959)
Interpol Calling
Starring:
Robert Hunter, Roland Bartrop, Charles Korvin, Edwin Richfield
Disneyland (1954)
Disneyland
Starring:
Kate Mulgrew, Mike Lookinland, Fran Drescher, Joe Pantoliano, Keanu Reeves, Susan Olsen, John Ratzenberger
Directed By:
Hamilton Luske, Norman Tokar, Robert Stevenson, James Neilson, Jack Hannah
Jesus of Nazareth (1977)
Jesus of Nazareth
TV-G
Starring:
James Earl Jones, Anne Bancroft, Anthony Quinn, Claudia Cardinale, James Mason, Laurence Olivier, Rod Steiger
Directed By:
Franco Zeffirelli
Centennial (1978)
Centennial
Starring:
Mark Harmon, Timothy Dalton, George Clooney, Lynn Redgrave, Raymond Burr, Richard Chamberlain, Andy Griffith
Directed By:
Virgil W. Vogel, Paul Krasny, Harry Falk
The Four Just Men (1959)
The Four Just Men
Starring:
Judi Dench, Vittorio De Sica, Oliver Reed, Dan Dailey, Richard Conte
The Barchester Chronicles (1982)
The Barchester Chronicles
Role:
Rev. Septimus Harding (7 episodes, 1982)
Starring:
Alan Rickman, Janet Maw, Nigel Hawthorne, Angela Pleasence
Directed By:
David Giles
ITV Television Playhouse (1955)
ITV Television Playhouse
Role:
Albert / ... (6 episodes, 1956-1959)
Starring:
Richard Harris, Petula Clark, Maggie Smith, Diane Cilento, Laurence Harvey, William Simons, Billy Fury
Directed By:
Cyril Coke, David Boisseau, Tania Lieven, Lionel Harris, Joan Kemp-Welch
The Defenders (1961)
The Defenders
Starring:
Leslie Nielsen, Robert Reed, Alexis Smith, Jerry Stiller, Ed Asner, Lee Grant, Jack Klugman
Directed By:
Alex March, Philip Leacock, Paul Stanley, Charles S. Dubin, Leonard Horn
Columbo (1971)
Columbo
Starring:
George C. Scott, Martin Sheen, Majel Barrett, Don Ameche, Dick Van Dyke, Sal Mineo, Mako Iwamatsu
Directed By:
Vincent McEveety, James Frawley, Patrick McGoohan, Bernard L. Kowalski, Harvey Hart
Armchair Theatre (1956)
Armchair Theatre
Starring:
Michael Crawford, Tim Curry, Carroll Baker, Glenda Jackson, Richard Beckinsale, Ben Gazzara, Jeremy Lloyd
Directed By:
Philip Saville, Charles Jarrott, Guy Verney, Ted Kotcheff, Dennis Vance
The Outer Limits (1963)
The Outer Limits
TV-PG
Starring:
Marion Ross, James Doohan, Richard Dawson, Cliff Robertson, Adam West, Leon Askin, Martin Landau
Directed By:
Gerd Oswald, Byron Haskin, Leslie Stevens, Charles F. Haas, Laslo Benedek
The Dark Secret of Harvest Home (1978)
The Dark Secret of Harvest Home
Starring:
Bette Davis, David Ackroyd, Rosanna Arquette, Rene Auberjonois, John Calvin
Directed By:
Leo Penn
The Fugitive (1963)
The Fugitive
Starring:
Ossie Davis, Mickey Rooney, Jack Lord, Claude Akins, George Harris Kennedy, Jr, Wayne Rogers, Gus Trikonis
Directed By:
Walter Grauman, Alexander Singer, James Sheldon, Richard Donner, Christian Nyby
Rendezvous (1957)
Rendezvous
Starring:
Patricia Neal, Lois Maxwell, Mel Ferrer, Keenan Wynn, Peter O'Toole, Charles Drake
Shades of Greene (1975)
Shades of Greene
Starring:
Elaine Stritch, John Gielgud, Paul Scofield, John Hurt, Denholm Elliott, Shane Briant, Neville Phillips
Directed By:
Alan Cooke, Philip Saville, Graham Evans, Alastair Reid, Peter Hammond
Danger Man (1960)
Danger Man
TV-PG
Starring:
Lois Maxwell, Richard Wattis, Lionel Murton, Michael Ripper
BBC Sunday-Night Theatre (1950)
BBC Sunday-Night Theatre
Starring:
Albert Finney, Eli Wallach, Nicholas Parsons, Audrey Hepburn, Luise Rainer, Michael Crawford, Richard Todd
Directed By:
Rudolph Cartier, Harold Clayton, Julian Amyes, Stephen Harrison, Wallace Douglas
One Step Beyond (1959)
One Step Beyond
Starring:
Louise Fletcher, Cloris Leachman, Elizabeth Montgomery, John Banner, Veronica Cartwright, Werner Klemperer, Bert Convy
Directed By:
John Newland
The Adventures of Robin Hood (1955)
The Adventures of Robin Hood
Starring:
Nicholas Parsons, Robert Hunter, Richard Greene, Alexander Gauge, Alan Wheatley
Espionage (1963)
Espionage
Starring:
Diane Cilento, Patricia Neal, Dennis Hopper, Anthony Quayle
Directed By:
Michael Powell
General Motors Presents (1952)
General Motors Presents
Starring:
Alan Young, Lorne Greene, James Doohan, William Shatner, Christopher Plummer, Leslie Nielsen, Patrick Macnee
Directed By:
Henry Kaplan, David Greene, Charles Jarrott, Basil Coleman, Silvio Narizzano
Great Mysteries (1973)
Great Mysteries
Starring:
Colin Baker, Jane Seymour, Ian Holm, Orson Welles, Joss Ackland, Eli Wallach, Joan Collins
Directed By:
Alan Gibson, Peter Sasdy, Peter Sykes, Mark Cullingham
The French Atlantic Affair (1979)
The French Atlantic Affair
Starring:
Ted Danson, Michelle Phillips, Telly Savalas, Louis Jourdan, Shelley Winters, Carolyn Jones, José Ferrer
Directed By:
Douglas Heyes
ITV Play of the Week (1955)
ITV Play of the Week
Starring:
Vivien Leigh, Benny Hill, Corin Redgrave, Leslie Caron, Julie Christie, John Hurt, Laurence Olivier
Directed By:
Cyril Coke, John Llewellyn Moxey, Tania Lieven, David Boisseau, Joan Kemp-Welch
Thirty-Minute Theatre (1965)
Thirty-Minute Theatre
Starring:
Phil Collins, Marianne Faithfull, Peter Edward Cook, Diane Cilento, Shelley Winters, Tom Conti, Jack Wild
Directed By:
Michael Hart, Geoffrey Nethercott, Rodney Bennett, Piers Haggard, Tristan Cole de Vere
Assignment Foreign Legion (1956)
Assignment Foreign Legion
Starring:
Roger Moore, Merle Oberon, Anthony Newley, Christopher Lee
Directed By:
Lance Comfort, Don Chaffey, Michael McCarthy, David MacDonald, Terence Fisher
Dick Turpin (1979)
Dick Turpin
Starring:
Christopher Benjamin, Richard O'Sullivan, David Daker, Michael Deeks
Play for Today (1970)
Play for Today
Starring:
Liam Neeson, Ian McKellen, Pierce Brosnan, Billy Connolly, Patrick Stewart, Helen Mirren, Chris Langham
Directed By:
Barry Davis, Alan Clarke, John Mackenzie, Philip Saville, Claude Whatham
The Rivals of Sherlock Holmes (1971)
The Rivals of Sherlock Holmes
Starring:
Jeremy Irons, Derek Jacobi, Richard Beckinsale, Joss Ackland, Clifford Parrish, Peter Barkworth, Peter Vaughan
Directed By:
Jonathan Alwyn, Alan Cooke, Jim Goddard, Derek Bennett, Reginald Collin
William Tell (1958)
William Tell
Starring:
Michael Crawford, Michael Caine, Christopher Lee, Conrad Phillips, Willoughby Goddard, Jennifer Jayne
Directed By:
Peter Maxwell, Terry Bishop, Quentin Lawrence, Ernest Morris, Anthony Squire
Hawaii Five-O (1968)
Hawaii Five-O
Starring:
Cindy Williams, Edward James Olmos, Christopher Walken, Charles Durning, Kelly Preston, Jean Simmons, Geraldine Page
Directed By:
Michael O'Herlihy, Charles S. Dubin, Paul Stanley, Allen Reisner, Richard Benedict
Lovejoy (1986)
Lovejoy
Starring:
Phyllis Logan, Joanna Lumley, Minnie Driver, Alexei Sayle, Ian McShane, John Gielgud, Mako Iwamatsu
Directed By:
Ian McShane, Peter Barber-Fleming, Bill Hays, Baz Taylor, Gordon Flemyng
The Wednesday Play (1964)
The Wednesday Play
Starring:
Marty Feldman, Ken Loach, Malcolm McDowell, Harold Pinter, Barry Humphries, Ian McShane, Kenneth Williams
Directed By:
Alan Cooke, Alan Clarke, Moira Armstrong, Don Taylor, Christopher Morahan
Signs and Wonders (1995)
Signs and Wonders
Starring:
James Earl Jones, David Warner, Prunella Scales, Jodhi May, Michael Maloney
Directed By:
Maurice Phillips
The Ray Bradbury Theater (1985)
The Ray Bradbury Theater
Starring:
Hal Linden, Len Cariou, Lucy Lawless, Jeff Goldblum, Drew Barrymore, Eugene Levy, James Whitmore
Directed By:
Randy Bradshaw, Roger Tompkins, John Laing, Costa Botes, Brad Turner
On Camera (1954)
On Camera
Starring:
William Shatner, James Doohan, Ruth Springford, Austin Willis, Joe Austin
Directed By:
Charles Jarrott, Basil Coleman, Paul Almond, Leo Orenstein, Melwyn Breen
Peep Show (1975)
Peep Show
Starring:
Martin Short, Robert Joy, Andy Jones, Cathy Jones
Directed By:
David Cronenberg
The Unforeseen (1958)
The Unforeseen
Starring:
James Doohan, Timothy Findley, Ron Hartmann, Barry Morse, Eric Clavering
BBC2 Playhouse (1973)
BBC2 Playhouse
Starring:
Daniel Day-Lewis, Jonathan Pryce, Ben Kingsley, Claudine Auger, Liam Neeson, Ian McKellen, Deborah Kerr
Directed By:
Jon Amiel, Michael Darlow, Michael Simpson, Don Taylor, Cedric Messina
Dr. Simon Locke (1971)
Dr. Simon Locke
Starring:
John Candy, George Chakiris, William Shatner, Leslie Nielsen, Lesley Ann Warren, Keenan Wynn, Martin Sheen
Directed By:
Richard Gilbert, Gerald Mayer, John Meredyth Lucas, Peter Carter, Brian Walker
Screen Two (1985)
Screen Two
Starring:
Helena Bonham Carter, Ralph Fiennes, Clive Owen, Tim Roth, Rachel Weisz, Gary Oldman, Alan Cumming
Directed By:
Tristram Powell, Christopher Morahan, Udayan Prasad, Michael Whyte, Jim Goddard
Mrs. Columbo (1979)
Mrs. Columbo
Starring:
Armand Assante, Ted Danson, Kate Mulgrew, Don Stroud, Henry Jones, Lili Haydn
Directed By:
Leo Penn, Seymour Robbie, Reza Badiyi, Sigmund Neufeld Jr., Philip Leacock
Into the Darkness (1986)
Into the Darkness
Role:
David Beckett
Starring:
Ronald Lacey, John Saint Ryan, Paul Flanagan, Polly Jo Pleasence
Directed By:
David Kent-Watson

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