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List of Edward G. Robinson Movies: Ranked Best To Worst

1. Double Indemnity (1944)
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3
Double Indemnity
28
3

In this film adaptation of James M. Cain.1935 novel, a manipulative Phyllis Dietrichson convinces an insurance agent Walter Neff to murder her husband in order to claim his accidental insurance policy. The plan is successful but trouble begins when Neff’s boss Barton Keyes decides to get to the bottom of the matter and investigates the case himself.

Role:
Barton Keyes
Starring:
Barbara Stanwyck, Fred MacMurray, Porter Hall, Jean Heather
Directed By:
2. Key Largo (1948)
28
2
Key Largo
28
2

Key Largo is an action crime drama film which tells the story of Army veteran, Frank McCloud, who arrives at the Hotel Largo in Key Largo, Florida, in order to visit his deceased war comrade’s family, who owns the hotel. He sees that a gangster has been running things, but soon, a hurricane approaches as well. 

Role:
Johnny Rocco
Starring:
Directed By:
3. Scarlet Street (1945)
27
2
Scarlet Street
27
2

Scarlett Street is a thriller drama film which tells the story of a woman who befriends a man going through a mid-life crisis. Thinking that the man is very wealthy, her fiancé persuades her to swindle him out of the fortune.  

Role:
Christopher Cross
Starring:
Joan Bennett, Margaret Lindsay, Dan Duryea, Rosalind Ivan
Directed By:
4. The Woman in the Window (1944)
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4
The Woman in the Window
26
4

The Woman in the Window is a crime thriller mystery drama film which tells the story of a middle aged professor who finds himself attracted towards a young woman, and they soon enter a relationship. However, he soon finds himself in a nightmarish world, far beyond his expectations.

Role:
Professor Richard Wanley
Starring:
Joan Bennett, Edmund Breon, Raymond Massey, Dan Duryea
Directed By:
5. The Ten Commandments (1956)
20
3
The Ten Commandments
G
20
3

Infant Moses, set adrift in Nile to escape slaughter of first-born Hebrew males, is raised by Pharaoh Sethi’s sister and is disliked by Prince Ramses II. After discovering his Hebrew origins, he is banished from Egypt. As his divine mission is revealed, Moses returns to Egypt to liberate enslaved Hebrews and leads them to Mount Sinai where he receives God’s Ten Commandments.

Role:
Dathan
Directed By:
6. The Stranger (1946)
25
3
The Stranger
25
3

Wilson is a member of the War Crimes Commission, who travels to Harper, hoping to find Franz Kindler, whom he believes to the mastermind who planned the Holocaust. However, now he has taken on a new identity.

Role:
Mr. Wilson
Starring:
Orson Welles, Loretta Young, Richard Long, Philip Merivale
Directed By:
7. Our Vines Have Tender Grapes (1945)
22
5
Our Vines Have Tender Grapes
22
5
Role:
Martinius Jacobson
Starring:
Agnes Moorehead, James Craig, Frances Gifford, Margaret O'Brien
Directed By:
Roy Rowland
8. Little Caesar (1931)
24
2
Little Caesar
24
2

Caesar Enrico and his friend Joe Massara are two small-time criminals, who move to Chicago to seek a brighter future. While the former joins a gang, the later decides to pursue a career as a dancer.  

Role:
Little Caesar - Alias 'Rico'
Starring:
Sidney Blackmer, William Collier Jr., Douglas Fairbanks Jr., Glenda Farrell
Directed By:
Mervyn LeRoy
9. The Sea Wolf (1941)
21
3
The Sea Wolf
21
3
Role:
'Wolf' Larsen
Starring:
John Garfield, Ida Lupino, Gene Lockhart, Alexander Knox
Directed By:
10. Dr. Ehrlich's Magic Bullet (1940)
17
2
Dr. Ehrlich's Magic Bullet
17
2
Role:
Dr. Paul Ehrlich
Starring:
Donald Crisp, Maria Ouspenskaya, Otto Kruger, Ruth Gordon
Directed By:
William Dieterle
11. All My Sons (1948)
18
3
All My Sons
18
3
Role:
Joe Keller
Starring:
Arlene Francis, Burt Lancaster, Howard Duff, Louisa Horton, Mady Christians
Directed By:
Irving Reis
12. House of Strangers (1949)
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4
House of Strangers
18
4
Role:
Gino Monetti
Starring:
Susan Hayward, Richard Conte, Luther Adler, Paul Valentine
Directed By:
13. The Whole Town's Talking (1935)
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2
The Whole Town's Talking
16
2
Role:
Arthur Ferguson Jones / Killer Manion
Starring:
Lucille Ball, Jean Arthur, Arthur Byron, Wallace Ford
Directed By:
14. Kid Galahad (1937)
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2
Kid Galahad
16
2

Ward Guisenberry never aspired to become a boxer, but when he fought Sam McGraw at a party in order to defend the honor of Fluff, he left McGraw unconscious. McGraw is a member of the gang of Turkey Morgan who insists that the two should fight in a fair match at the ring. Ward unanticipatedly wins the match. However, with the growing fame he earns some new rivals.

Role:
Nick Donati
Starring:
Bette Davis, Humphrey Bogart, Wayne Morris, Jane Bryan
Directed By:
15. Larceny, Inc. (1942)
15
3
Larceny, Inc.
15
3
Role:
'Pressure' Maxwell
Starring:
Jane Wyman, Broderick Crawford, Anthony Quinn, Jackie Gleason, Jack Carson
Directed By:
Lloyd Bacon
16. The Amazing Dr. Clitterhouse (1938)
22
2
The Amazing Dr. Clitterhouse
22
2
Role:
Dr. Clitterhouse
Starring:
Humphrey Bogart, Susan Hayward, Donald Crisp, Allen Jenkins
Directed By:
Anatole Litvak
17. Tales of Manhattan (1942)
15
3
Tales of Manhattan
15
3
Starring:
Charles Laughton, Charles Boyer, Ginger Rogers, W. C. Fields, Elsa Lanchester, Rita Hayworth, Henry Fonda
Directed By:
Julien Duvivier
18. The Cincinnati Kid (1965)
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5
The Cincinnati Kid
TV-14
18
5

Eric Stoner is a young poker player who is also known as the Cincinnati Kid. Since he wants to establish his reputation as the best, he eventually finds himself playing against Lancey Howard, an older player who is considered to be among the best players worldwide.

Role:
Lancey Howard
Starring:
Steven McQueen, Ann-Margret, Steve McQueen, Karl Malden, Tuesday Weld
Directed By:
Norman Jewison
19. Brother Orchid (1940)
18
2
Brother Orchid
18
2
Role:
Little John Sarto
Starring:
Ann Sothern, Humphrey Bogart, Donald Crisp, Ralph Bellamy
Directed By:
Lloyd Bacon
20. A Slight Case of Murder (1938)
16
2
A Slight Case of Murder
TV-G
16
2
Role:
Remy Marco
Starring:
Allen Jenkins, Ruth Donnelly, Jane Bryan, Willard Parker
Directed By:
Lloyd Bacon
21. The Bright Shawl (1923)
12
4
The Bright Shawl
12
4
Starring:
Dorothy Gish, Richard Barthelmess, William Powell, Mary Astor, Jetta Goudal
Directed By:
John S. Robertson
22. Bullets or Ballots (1936)
18
4
Bullets or Ballots
18
4
Role:
Johnny Blake
Starring:
Humphrey Bogart, Frank McHugh, Joan Blondell, Barton MacLane
Directed By:
William Keighley
23. Illegal (1955)
18
2
Illegal
18
2
Role:
Victor Scott
Starring:
Jayne Mansfield, Hugh Marlowe, Nina Foch, Albert Dekker
Directed By:
Lewis Allen
24. Two Seconds (1932)
18
3
Two Seconds
18
3
Role:
John Allen
Starring:
Guy Kibbee, Vivienne Osborne, Preston Foster, J. Carrol Naish
Directed By:
Mervyn LeRoy
25. Soylent Green (1973)
17
4
Soylent Green
TV-MA
17
4

Soylent Green is a dystopian thriller film which takes us to a future where the world is suffering from the greenhouse effect as well as overpopulation. The story revolves around a detective investigating the murder of the CEO of a big company. 

Starring:
Dick Van Patten, Charlton Heston, Joseph Cotten, Chuck Connors, Brock Peters, Leigh Taylor-Young
Directed By:
Richard Fleischer
26. Five Star Final (1931)
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4
Five Star Final
13
4
Role:
Randall
Starring:
H.B. Warner, George E. Stone, Marian Marsh, Anthony Bushell
Directed By:
Mervyn LeRoy
27. The Little Giant (1933)
15
3
The Little Giant
15
3
Role:
J. Francis 'Bugs' Ahearn
Starring:
Mary Astor, Kenneth Thomson, Russell Hopton, Helen Vinson
Directed By:
Roy Del Ruth
28. A Dispatch from Reuters (1940)
14
3
A Dispatch from Reuters
14
3

The biopic features life of Paul Julius Reuter who built famous news service. Initially, his messenger service made use of a flock of carrier pigeons in Europe. After moving his headquarters to London, he launches a news service using wire-system. Overcoming stiff competition he builds his own telegraph line and becomes first to announce President Lincoln’s assassination, which creates quite a stir.

Role:
Julius Reuter
Starring:
Eddie Albert, Edna Best, Gene Lockhart, Albert Bassermann
Directed By:
William Dieterle
29. Night Has a Thousand Eyes (1948)
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4
Night Has a Thousand Eyes
14
4

The story focuses on a fake wizard, who earns his living by fortune telling at a nightclub. But trouble begins when he suddenly develops an occult power and all his predictions, especially those involving death, start becoming true.  One of his friends also earns millions by using his tips. But far from being happy, his new-found psychic power frightens him. 

Role:
John Triton
Starring:
Virginia Bruce, William Demarest, Gail Russell, John Lund
Directed By:
30. A Boy Ten Feet Tall (1963)
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3
A Boy Ten Feet Tall
11
3
Role:
Cocky Wainwright
Starring:
Constance Cummings, Harry H. Corbett, Paul Stassino, Fergus McClelland
Directed By:
Alexander Mackendrick
31. Manpower (1941)
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3
Manpower
TV-PG
18
3

Two power company employees, Hank McHenry and Johnny Marshall, following the accidental death of their colleague, meet his daughter Fay, a nightclub hostess. Johnny doesn’t like her, whereas Hank falls for Fay and she marries him though she doesn’t love him. When Johnny has to stay at Hank’s place after an injury Fay gets attracted to him, causing tensions between the men.     

Role:
Hank McHenry
Starring:
Audra Lindley, Marlene Dietrich, Alan Hale, Frank McHugh, George Raft
Directed By:
Raoul Walsh
32. The Red House (1947)
16
3
The Red House
16
3
Role:
Pete Morgan
Starring:
Rory Calhoun, Julie London, Judith Anderson, Lon McCallister, Allene Roberts
Directed By:
Delmer Daves
33. The Violent Men (1955)
14
3
The Violent Men
TV-PG
14
3
Role:
Lew Wilkison
Starring:
Glenn Ford, Brian Keith, Barbara Stanwyck, Dianne Foster
Directed By:
Rudolph Maté
34. Confessions of a Nazi Spy (1939)
17
2
Confessions of a Nazi Spy
17
2
Role:
Edward Renard
Starring:
Paul Lukas, Francis Lederer, Henry O'Neill, George Sanders
Directed By:
Anatole Litvak
35. Mr. Winkle Goes to War (1944)
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2
Mr. Winkle Goes to War
16
2

Meek and middle-aged bank employee, Wilbert Winkle, quits his job and opens a repairs-shop, which is disapproved by his domineering wife. Then he is drafted into the army and after clearing the training, is posted in Pacific theater where he befriends Joe Tinker. Repairing a bulldozer he breaks through the enemy line, and receives a hero’s welcome from his wife and locals. 

Role:
Wilbert Winkle
Starring:
Robert Mitchum, Ruth Warrick, Ted Donaldson, Robert Armstrong
Directed By:
Alfred E. Green
36. Flesh and Fantasy (1943)
12
3
Flesh and Fantasy
12
3

The movie tells three unrelated supernatural stories. In the first, a girl attains true beauty by giving up her selfish attitude. The second focuses on a palmist who predicts one of his clients is going to murder someone. The third focuses on a high-wire artist who encounters a mysterious woman he has only seen in dreams. 

Role:
Marshall Tyler (Episode 2)
Starring:
Charles Boyer, Barbara Stanwyck, Robert Cummings, Betty Field
Directed By:
Julien Duvivier
37. Smart Money (1931)
14
3
Smart Money
14
3
Role:
Nick Venizelos
Starring:
James Cagney, Noel Francis, Evalyn Knapp, Ralf Harolde
Directed By:
Alfred E. Green
38. Operation X (1950)
11
3
Operation X
11
3
Role:
George Constantin
Starring:
Walter Rilla, Nora Swinburne, Richard Greene, Peggy Cummins
Directed By:
Gregory Ratoff
39. Good Neighbor Sam (1964)
12
3
Good Neighbor Sam
12
3
Starring:
Jack Lemmon, Romy Schneider, Mike Connors, Edward Andrews
Directed By:
David Swift
40. The Last Gangster (1937)
13
3
The Last Gangster
13
3

Infamous crime-lord Joe Krozac’s son is born after he is jailed for 10 years for tax evasion. A kind reporter, Paul North, writes compassionately about Krozac’s harassed wife Talya, and loses his job in the bargain. Shocked by Krozac’s vicious behavior, Talya divorces him and marries North. Released from the jail, Krozac is impatient to avenge his ex-wife, and take back his son.  

Role:
Joe Krozac
Starring:
James Stewart, John Carradine, Lionel Stander, Rose Stradner, Douglas Scott
Directed By:
Edward Ludwig
41. Ad ogni costo (1967)
10
5
Ad ogni costo
10
5

Also known as the Grand Slam, the crime thriller follows Professor James Anders who forms a team for a diamond heist during the Rio Carnival in Brazil. Unfortunately, the building’s security, where the diamonds are stored is not the only problem the team faces as double-crosses and betrayals ensure an unhappy ending. 

Starring:
Klaus Kinski, Janet Leigh, Robert Hoffmann, Riccardo Cucciolla, George Rigaud
Directed By:
Giuliano Montaldo
42. The Widow from Chicago (1930)
10
2
The Widow from Chicago
10
2
Role:
Dominic
Starring:
Lee Shumway, Neil Hamilton, Alice White, Frank McHugh
Directed By:
Edward F. Cline
43. Journey Together (1945)
10
2
Journey Together
10
2

When the Second World War begins, David Wilton and John Aynesworth join a group of cadets in England for military training. They are eventually sent to America, to be trained in air combat. However, they are soon separated when David is sent to Canada to attend navigator’s school, while John is sent off to Europe for combat.

Starring:
Rex Harrison, Richard Attenborough, Stuart Latham, David Tomlinson, Hugh Wakefield
Directed By:
John Boulting
44. Mackenna's Gold (1969)
12
3
Mackenna's Gold
M
12
3

A US Marshal is kidnapped by a bandit as the latter believes that he knows about the location of a hidden treasure. The US Marshal agrees to lead his gang to the treasure, but things get complicated because other groups are looking for it as well. Meanwhile, the Apache are trying to keep the secret location undisturbed.

Starring:
Gregory Peck, Omar Sharif, Telly Savalas, Eli Wallach, Keenan Wynn, Camilla Sparv
Directed By:
J. Lee Thompson
45. The Prize (1963)
12
3
The Prize
TV-PG
12
3
Role:
Dr. Max Stratman
Starring:
Paul Newman, Britt Ekland, John Banner, Diane Baker, Elke Sommer, Micheline Presle
Directed By:
Mark Robson
46. The Night Ride (1930)
10
2
The Night Ride
10
2
Role:
Tony Garotta
Starring:
Joseph Schildkraut, Barbara Kent, Harry Stubbs, DeWitt Jennings
Directed By:
John S. Robertson
47. Blackmail (1939)
13
3
Blackmail
13
3
Role:
John R. Ingram
Starring:
Guinn 'Big Boy' Williams, Gene Lockhart, Ruth Hussey, Bobs Watson
Directed By:
H.C. Potter
48. Vice Squad (1953)
12
2
Vice Squad
12
2

A Hollywood prostitute, who goes by the name of Princess, is forced to work undercover for the police and help a detective apprehend a homicidal pimp who will do anything to escape the police.

Role:
Capt. 'Barnie' Barnaby
Starring:
Paulette Goddard, Lee Van Cleef, Porter Hall, K.T. Stevens
Directed By:
Arnold Laven
49. I Am the Law (1938)
11
3
I Am the Law
11
3
Role:
Prof. John Lindsay
Starring:
Wendy Barrie, Otto Kruger, John Beal, Barbara O'Neil
Directed By:
Alexander Hall
50. Barbary Coast (1935)
11
3
Barbary Coast
11
3
Role:
Luis Chamalis
Starring:
Walter Brennan, David Niven, Miriam Hopkins, Brian Donlevy
Directed By:
51. Black Tuesday (1954)
10
2
Black Tuesday
10
2

A gangster and a bank robber escape from prison just on the day before execution. They take a few prisoners with them, and plan to grab the loot that got them in prison to begin with. However, the police eventually surround them, and therefore they threaten to kill the hostages one by one.

Role:
Vincent Canelli
Starring:
Peter Graves, Jean Parker, Milburn Stone, Warren Stevens
Directed By:
Hugo Fregonese
52. A Lady to Love (1930)
11
2
A Lady to Love
11
2
Role:
Tony
Starring:
Lloyd Ingraham, Richard Carle, Vilma Bánky, Robert Ames,
Directed By:
Victor Sjöström
53. Cheyenne Autumn (1964)
10
3
Cheyenne Autumn
10
3
Starring:
Richard Widmark, Patrick Wayne, Carroll Baker, Sal Mineo, Denver Pyle, James Stewart, John Carradine
Directed By:
54. Tight Spot (1955)
11
2
Tight Spot
11
2
Role:
Lloyd Hallett
Starring:
Lorne Greene, Brian Keith, Ginger Rogers, Lucy Marlow
Directed By:
Phil Karlson
55. Destroyer (1943)
12
3
Destroyer
12
3

Steve Boleslavski, one of the ship-yard crew that built WWII destroyer S.S. John Paul Jones, re-enlists in the Navy to serve on her. The ship is assigned to carry mail, when it encounters a Japanese sub and the ensuing battle damages the destroyer leading to possibilities of sinking. With Boleslavski’s suggestion of underwater wielding, the destroyer succeeds in wrecking the Japanese sub.

Role:
Steve Boleslavski (as Edward G.Robinson)
Starring:
Lloyd Bridges, Glenn Ford, Leo Gorcey, Edgar Buchanan
Directed By:
William A. Seiter, Ray Enright
56. Tiger Shark (1932)
13
2
Tiger Shark
13
2
Role:
Mike Mascarenhas
Starring:
Richard Arlen, Zita Johann, Leila Bennett, J. Carrol Naish
Directed By:
Howard Hawks
57. Unholy Partners (1941)
10
2
Unholy Partners
10
2
Role:
Bruce Corey
Starring:
Edward Arnold, Marsha Hunt, Laraine Day, William T. Orr
Directed By:
Mervyn LeRoy
58. The Glass Web (1953)
11
2
The Glass Web
11
2

Don, a writer for a TV show, has been having an affair with Paula Ranier, an actress who acts in the same show. However, Paula eventually starts blackmailing Don that if she doesn’t receive $ 2,500, she will inform his wife about their relationship. Don agrees to give her the money, but he finds her dead, when he goes to deliver it.

Role:
Henry Hayes
Starring:
John Forsythe, Richard Denning, Marcia Henderson, Kathleen Hughes
Directed By:
Jack Arnold
59. East Is West (1930)
10
2
East Is West
10
2
Role:
Charlie Yong
Starring:
E. Alyn Warren, Lupe Velez, Lew Ayres, Tetsu Komai
Directed By:
Monta Bell
60. Two Weeks in Another Town (1962)
11
2
Two Weeks in Another Town
11
2
Role:
Maurice Kruger
Starring:
Kirk Douglas, Cyd Charisse, George Hamilton, Daliah Lavi
Directed By:
61. Seven Thieves (1960)
11
3
Seven Thieves
11
3

Discredited American expatriate professor, Theo Wilkins, calls on his protégé and thief Paul Manson to help him pull off one last heist. The team including Melanie an exotic dancer pulls of the heist but rising tensions and unforeseen circumstances jeopardize their chances of enjoying their loot. 

Role:
Theo Wilkins
Starring:
Joan Collins, Rod Steiger, Eli Wallach, Alexander Scourby
Directed By:
Henry Hathaway
62. Hell on Frisco Bay (1955)
12
2
Hell on Frisco Bay
12
2

Hell on Frisco Bay is a crime drama film, which tells the story of a San Francisco police officer who gets out of prison, and starts looking for the mobsters who framed him for manslaughter.

Role:
Victor Amato
Starring:
Alan Ladd, Rod Taylor, Jayne Mansfield, Joanne Dru, Paul Stewart, William Demarest, Perry Lopez
Directed By:
Frank Tuttle
63. The Man with Two Faces (1934)
11
2
The Man with Two Faces
11
2
Role:
Damon Welles / Jules Chautard
Starring:
Ricardo Cortez, Mary Astor, Louis Calhern, Mae Clarke
Directed By:
Archie Mayo
64. Nightmare (1956)
9
2
Nightmare
9
2
Role:
Rene Bressard
Starring:
Rhys Williams, Kevin McCarthy, Connie Russell, Virginia Christine
Directed By:
Maxwell Shane
65. A Day at Santa Anita (1937)
9
2
A Day at Santa Anita
9
2

Peaches, orphaned daughter of a horse-trainer father, has inherited his race-horse, Wonder Boy, with whom she shares a special bond. So, her presence is required at races for him to win. But those betting on other horses ensure that the child authorities take her custody. However, Mrs. Van Gordon rescues and takes her to race-track in time, inspiring Wonder Boy to win. 

Starring:
Al Jolson, Olivia de Havilland, Bette Davis, Sybil Jason, Marcia Ralston, Matthew 'Stymie' Beard, Joseph Crehan
Directed By:
Bobby Connolly
66. Outside the Law (1930)
9
2
Outside the Law
9
2
Role:
Cobra Collins
Starring:
Owen Moore, Rockliffe Fellowes, Mary Nolan, Delmar Watson
Directed By:
Tod Browning
67. My Geisha (1962)
9
2
My Geisha
9
2
Role:
Sam Lewis
Starring:
Shirley MacLaine, Robert Cummings, Yves Montand, Yôko Tani
Directed By:
Jack Cardiff
68. The Hatchet Man (1932)
12
3
The Hatchet Man
12
3

When hatchet man, Wong, is ordered to kill his childhood friend he has to comply. So when he goes to perform the act, he finds his friend preparing for his own death. He however asks Wong to take care of his daughter and marry her when she grows older.  While Wong swears that she will never know what sorrow is how far is he ready to go to keep his promise? 

Role:
Wong Low Get
Starring:
Loretta Young, Edmund Breese, Leslie Fenton, Dudley Digges
Directed By:
William A. Wellman
69. Silver Dollar (1932)
10
3
Silver Dollar
10
3
Role:
Yates Martin
Starring:
Bebe Daniels, Robert Warwick, Aline MacMahon, DeWitt Jennings
Directed By:
Alfred E. Green
70. Tampico (1944)
10
2
Tampico
10
2

Tampico is a war drama film which revolves around the story of Captain Bart Manson, the captain of an oil tanker during the Second World War. He saves the life of a woman named Katherine Hall, whose ship was sunk by a German U-boat. They fall for one another, and soon get married. However, Manson’s ship is eventually sunk as well, and he soon finds himself as a suspect for involvement. He also begins to suspect Katherine, as she was not carrying any identification when she was rescued.

Role:
Captain Bart Manson
Starring:
Victor McLaglen, Marc Lawrence, Lynn Bari, Robert Bailey
Directed By:
Lothar Mendes
71. Robin and the 7 Hoods (1964)
10
5
Robin and the 7 Hoods
10
5

The murder of boss Big Jim Stevens leaves a void at the top. Gisborne - the one who planned Stevens' murder, takes over. But Stevens always treated Robbo like his son and wanted him to succeed him whenever the time was right. This triggers a gangland war. Jim's sophisticated and beautiful daughter, Marian Stevens, intervenes, but she has her own ulterior motives.

Starring:
Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin, Peter Falk, Bing Crosby, Sammy Davis Jr.
Directed By:
Gordon Douglas
72. Dark Hazard (1934)
10
2
Dark Hazard
10
2

Dark Hazard is a drama film which tells the story of Jim, who is a compulsive gambler.  He gets married to a woman named Marge, but his gambling causes problems in their marriage, and Marge starts to think of leaving him.  

Role:
Jim 'Buck' Turner
Starring:
Genevieve Tobin, Glenda Farrell, Robert Barrat, Hobart Cavanaugh
Directed By:
Alfred E. Green
73. Thunder in the City (1937)
10
2
Thunder in the City
10
2
Role:
Dan Armstrong
Starring:
Constance Collier, Nigel Bruce, Ralph Richardson, Luli Deste
Directed By:
Marion Gering
74. A Hole in the Head (1959)
9
2
A Hole in the Head
9
2
Role:
Mario Manetta
Starring:
Eleanor Parker, Carolyn Jones, Frank Sinatra, Keenan Wynn, Thelma Ritter
Directed By:
Frank Capra
75. The Outrage (1964)
10
2
The Outrage
10
2
Role:
Con Man
Starring:
William Shatner, Laurence Harvey, Paul Newman, Claire Bloom
Directed By:
Martin Ritt
76. Never a Dull Moment (1968)
10
2
Never a Dull Moment
G
10
2

Jack Albany, an actor, who mostly plays gangsters on television, is mistaken for a notorious hitman, and he is also hired by a mob boss, Leo, to pull a heist. Albany must now not only find a way out of it, but also foil Leo’s plot. 

Role:
Leo Joseph Smooth
Starring:
Dick Van Dyke, Slim Pickens, Joanna Moore, Henry Silva
Directed By:
Jerry Paris
77. It's a Great Feeling (1949)
9
2
It's a Great Feeling
9
2
Starring:
Doris Day, Michael Curtiz, Patricia Neal, King Vidor, Mel Blanc, Errol Flynn, Gary Cooper
Directed By:
David Butler
78. I Loved a Woman (1933)
9
2
I Loved a Woman
9
2
Role:
John Mansfield Hayden
Starring:
Genevieve Tobin, Kay Francis, Robert Barrat, Murray Kinnell
Directed By:
Alfred E. Green
79. The Hole in the Wall (1929)
9
2
The Hole in the Wall
9
2

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:
The Fox
Starring:
Claudette Colbert, David Newell, Donald Meek, Nellie Savage
Directed By:
Robert Florey
80. A Bullet for Joey (1955)
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A Bullet for Joey
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Role:
Inspector Raoul Leduc
Starring:
George Raft, Peter van Eyck, Audrey Totter, George Dolenz
Directed By:
Lewis Allen
81. Big Leaguer (1953)
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Big Leaguer
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Role:
John B. 'Hans' Lobert
Starring:
Vera-Ellen, Richard Jaeckel, William Campbell, Jeff Richards
Directed By:
Robert Aldrich
82. It's Your Move (1968)
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It's Your Move
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Role:
Sir George McDowell
Starring:
Terry-Thomas, Adolfo Celi, Maria Grazia Buccella, Manuel Zarzo
Directed By:
Roberto Fizz
83. Actor's and Sin (1952)
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Actor's and Sin
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This comedy drama film which tells two different stories, first tells the story of a Broadway actor, whose daughter has become a bigger star than him. The second is about a literary agent, whose newest client is a nine-year-old girl, and she has authored a pornographic book!  

Role:
Maurice Tillayou (segment "Actor's Blood")
Starring:
Eddie Albert, Rudolph Anders, Marsha Hunt, Dan O'Herlihy
Directed By:
Ben Hecht, Lee Garmes
84. The Stolen Jools (1931)
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The Stolen Jools
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This 1931 short film revolves around the stolen pearls of Norma Shearer. After the theft, a detective is sent to interrogate the party guests, most of which are famous Hollywood stars. 

Role:
Gangster (as Edward Robinson)
Starring:
Joan Crawford, Maurice Chevalier, Norma Shearer, Buster Keaton, Irene Dunne, Loretta Young, Gary Cooper
Directed By:
William C. McGann, John G. Adolfi, Thomas Atkins, Harold S. Bucquet, Victor Heerman
85. Pepe (1960)
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Pepe
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Ranch hand Pepe’s world is turned upside down when alcoholic Hollywood director Mr.Holt buys his beloved friend, a white stallion from its owner. Pepe then goes on an extraordinary adventure through Hollywood, meeting celebrities like Frank Sinatra, Jimmy Durante, Zsa Zsa Gabór, Bing Crosby, and others before being reunited with his beloved stallion. 

Starring:
Donna Reed, Zsa Zsa Gabor, Bobby Darin, Cantinflas, Jimmy Durante, Tony Curtis, Greer Garson
Directed By:
George Sidney
86. The Biggest Bundle of Them All (1968)
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The Biggest Bundle of Them All
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A retired mobster is kidnapped by few other incompetent gangsters who think that he has a lot of money. He turns the tables on them, by persuading them to join him on a multi-million dollar heist. 

Starring:
Raquel Welch, Robert Wagner, Vittorio De Sica, Davy Kaye
Directed By:
Ken Annakin
87. The Blonde from Peking (1967)
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The Blonde from Peking
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Role:
Douglas - chef C.I.A.
Starring:
Mireille Darc, Françoise Brion, Claudio Brook, Jean-Jacques Delbo
Directed By:
Nicolas Gessner
88. Operazione San Pietro (1967)
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Operazione San Pietro
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Starring:
Heinz Rühmann, Jean-Claude Brialy, Lando Buzzanca, Uta Levka
Directed By:
Lucio Fulci
89. Song of Norway (1970)
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Song of Norway
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Based on the play of the same name, this musical biography tells the story of Norwegian composer Edvard Grieg. At an early age, he disappoints his family by getting married to his cousin Nina. Although he was already living in poverty, his life gets even more complicated, after he starts having an affair with a former schoolmate.

Starring:
Florence Henderson, Harry Secombe, Toralv Maurstad, Christina Schollin
Directed By:
Andrew L. Stone
90. Die Sehnsucht jeder Frau (1930)
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Die Sehnsucht jeder Frau
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Role:
Tony
Starring:
Joseph Schildkraut, Vilma Bánky, William Bechtel, Conrad Seideman
Directed By:
Victor Sjöström
91. Neither by Day Nor by Night (1972)
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Neither by Day Nor by Night
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Role:
Father
Starring:
Zalman King, Misha Asherov, Miriam Bernstein-Cohen, Dalia Friedland
Directed By:
Steven Hilliard Stern

TV Movie(s)

1. Who Has Seen the Wind? (1965)
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Who Has Seen the Wind?
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Starring:
Veronica Cartwright, Theodore Bikel, Stanley Baker, Maria Schell
Directed By:
George Sidney
2. The Old Man Who Cried Wolf (1970)
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The Old Man Who Cried Wolf
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2
Role:
Emile Pulska
Starring:
Ed Asner, Ruth Roman, Martin Balsam, Diane Baker, Edward Asner
Directed By:
Walter Grauman

TV Shows and Videos

Celebrity Playhouse (1955)
Celebrity Playhouse
Starring:
Cliff Robertson, Louis Jourdan, Raymond Burr, Teresa Wright, Angela Lansbury, Peter Graves, Sylvia Sidney
The Ford Television Theatre (1952)
The Ford Television Theatre
Starring:
Natalie Wood, Ernest Borgnine, James Whitmore, George Reeves, Elinor Donahue, Paul Muni, Joan Fontaine
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, Elizabeth Montgomery, Charles Bronson
Directed By:
John Frankenheimer, Franklin J. Schaffner, Ralph Nelson, Vincent J. Donehue, Arthur Hiller
The Detectives (1959)
The Detectives
Starring:
Martin Landau, James Coburn, Diane Ladd, Dawn Wells, Bruce Dern, Inger Stevens, Marion Ross
Directed By:
Don Medford, Paul Wendkos, Richard Carlson, Arthur Hiller, Arnold Laven
Night Gallery (1969)
Night Gallery
TV-PG
Starring:
Cloris Leachman, Dina Merrill, Larry Hagman, Phyllis Diller, Diane Keaton, Werner Klemperer, Rod Serling
Directed By:
Jeannot Szwarc, Jeff Corey, Gene R. Kearney, Jerrold Freedman, John Badham
Zane Grey Theater (1956)
Zane Grey Theater
Starring:
Micky Dolenz, Jack Palance, Claude Akins, Michael Landon, Danny Thomas, Mel Ferrer, Wayne Rogers
Directed By:
John English, William D. Faralla, James Sheldon, Robert Florey, Robert Gordon
Lux Video Theatre (1950)
Lux Video Theatre
Starring:
James Dean, Grace Kelly, Alfred Hitchcock, Roger Moore, Rock Hudson, Buddy Ebsen, Jerry Mathers
Directed By:
Richard Goode, Fielder Cook, Buzz Kulik, Earl Eby, Norman Morgan
Batman (1966)
Batman
TV-G
Starring:
Rob Reiner, Liberace, Teri Garr, Ethel Merman, Otto Preminger, Steve Allen, Milton Berle
Directed By:
Oscar Rudolph, James B. Clark, George Waggner, Sam Strangis, Robert Butler
Bracken's World (1969)
Bracken's World
Starring:
Sam Elliott, Lee Grant, Tom Selleck, George Takei, Tom Skerritt, Lee Majors, Leslie Nielsen
Directed By:
Allen Reisner, Lee Philips, Robert Day, Charles S. Dubin, Herschel Daugherty
Medical Center (1969)
Medical Center
Starring:
Michael Douglas, Robert Reed, William Devane, David Cassidy, Louise Fletcher, Nick Nolte, Carrie Snodgress
Directed By:
Vincent Sherman, Earl Bellamy, Paul Stanley, Murray Golden, Michael Caffey
Goodyear Theatre (1957)
Goodyear Theatre
Starring:
Ray Milland, Jeanne Crain, James Mason, Elaine Stritch, Jackie Cooper, Maximilian Schell, Adam West
Directed By:
Robert Florey, Robert Ellis Miller, Arthur Hiller, Tay Garnett, Don Taylor
The Lucy Show (1962)
The Lucy Show
Starring:
George Burns, Vivian Vance, Jim Nabors, Frankie Avalon, William Frawley, Bob Hope, Don Rickles
Directed By:
Jack Donohue, Maury Thompson
Climax! (1954)
Climax!
Starring:
Lee Marvin, Don Ameche, Shelley Winters, Joanne Woodward, Rita Moreno, Sterling Holloway, Celeste Holm
Directed By:
Buzz Kulik, Allen Reisner, John Frankenheimer, Paul Nickell, Jack Smight
The Silent Force (1970)
The Silent Force
Starring:
Tom Bosley, Bert Convy, Regis Philbin, John Dehner, Kevin Hagen, Ed Nelson
General Electric Theater (1953)
General Electric Theater
Starring:
Chico Marx, Lou Costello, Hume Cronyn, Rosalind Russell, Geraldine Page, Bea Benaderet, Peggy Lee
Directed By:
Herschel Daugherty, Don Medford, James Neilson, Jules Bricken, Mitchell Leisen
The DuPont Show of the Week (1961)
The DuPont Show of the Week
Starring:
Sorrell Booke, Peter Lorre, Gene Hackman, Sir John Mills, Art Carney, Gene Wilder, Walter Matthau
Directed By:
Franklin J. Schaffner, Jack Smight, Fielder Cook, James Elson, Fred Freed
Sunday Showcase (1959)
Sunday Showcase
Starring:
Jason Robards, Christopher Plummer, George C. Scott, Jack Klugman, Bob Hope, Eddie Albert, Dina Merrill
Directed By:
Alex March, Alex Segal, John Frankenheimer, Delbert Mann, Jack Smight