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List of Greer Garson Movies: Ranked Best To Worst

1. Random Harvest (1942)
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4
Random Harvest
48
4
Role:
Paula
Starring:
Ronald Colman, Henry Travers, Susan Peters, Philip Dorn
Directed By:
Mervyn LeRoy
2. Mrs. Miniver (1942)
42
2
Mrs. Miniver
TV-G
42
2

Mrs. Miniver is a war drama film which revolves around a middle-class British family, as they try to survive during the beginning of the Second World War.  

Role:
Mrs. Miniver
Starring:
May Whitty, Walter Pidgeon, Reginald Owen, Teresa Wright
Directed By:
Awards:
Academy Award for Best Actress in a Leading Role
3. Goodbye, Mr. Chips (1939)
33
2
Goodbye, Mr. Chips
33
2

After missing the morning assembly for the first time in decades, an aging teacher and former headmaster of a boarding school recalls his life and his career at the school over the decades.

Role:
Katherine
Starring:
Robert Donat, Sir John Mills, John Mills, Terry Kilburn, Paul Henreid
Directed By:
Sidney Franklin, Sam Wood
5. Pride and Prejudice (1940)
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4
Pride and Prejudice
28
4

Mrs. Bennet is looking for wealthy men for her daughters, so that they can settle down. Her happiness seems to know no bounds, when a young bachelor starts to live near them.

Role:
Elizabeth Bennet
Starring:
Laurence Olivier, May Beatty, E.E. Clive, Edward Ashley
Directed By:
Robert Z. Leonard
6. Blossoms in the Dust (1941)
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2
Blossoms in the Dust
29
2
Role:
Edna Gladney
Starring:
Walter Pidgeon, Marsha Hunt, Fay Holden, Felix Bressart
Directed By:
Mervyn LeRoy
7. Madame Curie (1943)
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4
Madame Curie
26
4
Role:
Marie Curie
Starring:
Walter Pidgeon, Henry Travers, Albert Bassermann, Robert Walker
Directed By:
Mervyn LeRoy, Albert Lewin
8. Mrs. Parkington (1944)
26
3
Mrs. Parkington
26
3
Role:
Susie Parkington
Starring:
Agnes Moorehead, Walter Pidgeon, Edward Arnold, Cecil Kellaway
Directed By:
Tay Garnett
9. Julia Misbehaves (1948)
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4
Julia Misbehaves
21
4

A London chorus girl tries to mend her relationships with her daughter, whom she had given up long ago, as well as with her estranged husband.

Role:
Julia Packett
Starring:
Elizabeth Taylor, Walter Pidgeon, Cesar Romero, Peter Lawford
Directed By:
Jack Conway
10. Sunrise at Campobello (1960)
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4
Sunrise at Campobello
18
4

Based on the popular Broadway play, this movie depicts the struggles of future US president Franklin Delano Roosevelt and his family after he is stricken by polio at the age of 39 in 1921. His political career is threatened but through his perseverance and efforts of those around him, he ultimately succeeds in delivering a nomination speech for Al Smith's presidency in 1924.

 

Role:
Eleanor Roosevelt
Starring:
Hume Cronyn, Ralph Bellamy, Ann Shoemaker, Jean Hagen
Directed By:
Vincent J. Donehue
Awards:
Golden Globe Award for Best Actress - Drama
11. Julius Caesar (1953)
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5
Julius Caesar
13
5

This biographical drama film tells the story of Julius Caesar, who manages to defeat Pompey the Great, and returns to Rome. Do to his successful conquests, in tne eyes of other high-ranking Romans, he becomes a dictator. Therefore together they conspire to get rid of him.

Starring:
James Mason, Marlon Brando, Deborah Kerr, John Gielgud, Louis Calhern, Edmond O'Brien
Directed By:
12. That Forsyte Woman (1949)
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5
That Forsyte Woman
24
5

Set in the times of Victorian society, the film follows the life of pretty Irene who is married to wealthy Soames Forsyte, though she doesn’t love him. She is friendly with Soames’ niece June, but ends up falling in love with June’s fiancé, Phillip Bosinney. When upright Soames learns about this affair, their confrontation leads to tragedy and turmoil in the family.

Role:
Irene Forsyte
Starring:
Errol Flynn, Janet Leigh, Walter Pidgeon, Robert Young
Directed By:
Compton Bennett
13. Scandal at Scourie (1953)
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2
Scandal at Scourie
20
2

A protestant couple, who have no children, decides to adopt a Catholic child, Patsy, after her orphanage burns down. However, this leads to various controversies. 

Role:
Victoria McChesney
Starring:
Agnes Moorehead, Walter Pidgeon, Arthur Shields, Donna Corcoran
Directed By:
Jean Negulesco
14. The Happiest Millionaire (1967)
13
5
The Happiest Millionaire
13
5
Role:
Mother
Starring:
Joyce Bulifant, Lesley Ann Warren, Fred MacMurray, Geraldine Page, Gladys Cooper
Directed By:
Norman Tokar
15. The Law and the Lady (1951)
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3
The Law and the Lady
13
3

Jane Hoskins dreams of having a job in Carlifornia but instead she teams up with Nigel Duxbury as con artists. Their next target is a rich widow Julia Wortin. However, events shape up in a way that another guest threatens to spill the beans on the scam.

Role:
Jane Hoskins
Starring:
Marjorie Main, Michael Wilding, Fernando Lamas, Hayden Rorke
Directed By:
Edwin H. Knopf
16. The Miniver Story (1950)
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3
The Miniver Story
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3

After WWII, the Miniver family reunites, as Kay, husband Clem, daughter Judy return from their war-service and young Toby is back from America. Clem plans to move to Brazil, and Judy loves a senior married general, though Tom Foley waits to marry her. Kay conceals her fatal heart issue as she has only a year to make everything right for her family.

Role:
Kay Miniver
Starring:
Peter Finch, Walter Pidgeon, John Hodiak, Leo Genn, Cathy O'Donnell
Directed By:
Victor Saville, H.C. Potter
17. Her Twelve Men (1954)
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1
Her Twelve Men
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1

Despite having no prior teaching experience, a widow Jan Stewart is hired by the headmaster as the first female teacher at the Oaks boarding school. However, due to the fact that she is the only female teacher, she gets a lot of unwanted attention from the other teachers. 

Role:
Jan Stewart
Starring:
James Arness, Robert Ryan, Barry Sullivan, Richard Haydn
Directed By:
Robert Z. Leonard
18. Strange Lady in Town (1955)
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1
Strange Lady in Town
16
1
Role:
Dr. Julia Winslow Garth
Starring:
Dana Andrews, Cameron Mitchell, Walter Hampden, Lois Smith
Directed By:
Mervyn LeRoy
19. When Ladies Meet (1941)
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1
When Ladies Meet
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1

To her boyfriend’s dismay, a successful novelist falls in love with her married publisher and decides to marry him by luring him away from his wife. To her, this is the only logical thing to do. However, her boyfriend thinks otherwise and to win her back, he arranges a meeting between the two ladies; the publisher’s wife and the novelist. 

Role:
Claire Woodruff
Starring:
Joan Crawford, Spring Byington, Robert Taylor, Herbert Marshall
Directed By:
Robert Z. Leonard
20. Adventure (1945)
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1
Adventure
15
1

Harry Patterson, a merchant marine falls in love with librarian, Emily Sears, and marries her after watching her in a bar fight. However, domestic life doesn’t sit well with Harry and he decides to return to the sea. Things change when Harry returns to find out that Emily is pregnant and about to go into labor. 

Role:
Emily Sears
Starring:
Clark Gable, Joan Blondell, Thomas Mitchell, Tom Tully
Directed By:
21. Desire Me (1947)
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1
Desire Me
15
1

On his release from Nazi reprisal camp at the end of the WWII, soldier Jean Renaud goes to meet Marise, the wife of his co-prisoner Paul Aubert, to convey the news of his death. Apparently, Paul has told him everything in details about Marise and from these discussions he has fallen in love with her. But is Paul really dead? 

Role:
Marise Aubert
Starring:
Robert Mitchum, George Zucco, Richard Hart, Morris Ankrum
Directed By:
22. The Singing Nun (1966)
11
1
The Singing Nun
11
1

The biopic follows the journey of Sister Ann or Jeannine Deckers of the Dominican Order in Belgium who gains international fame when her song “Dominique” becomes a worldwide hit. The success tests her faith but a personal crisis ultimately leads her to choosing to care for others above all. 

Role:
Mother Prioress
Starring:
Debbie Reynolds, Katharine Ross, Agnes Moorehead, Ricardo Montalban, Chad Everett
Directed By:
Henry Koster
23. The Youngest Profession (1943)
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1
The Youngest Profession
11
1

The Youngest Profession is a comedy drama film, which revolves around a lively teenage girl Joan and her best friend Patricia, who are dedicated autograph seekers. Together they run around New York City attempting to meet celebrities and get their autographs.  

Starring:
Lana Turner, Agnes Moorehead, Virginia Weidler, John Carroll, Edward Arnold
Directed By:
Edward Buzzell
24. Remember? (1939)
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2
Remember?
12
2
Role:
Linda Bronson
Starring:
Billie Burke, Lew Ayres, Reginald Owen, Robert Taylor,
Directed By:
Norman Z. McLeod
25. Pepe (1960)
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Pepe
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2

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:
Bobby Darin, Maurice Chevalier, Jack Lemmon, Zsa Zsa Gabor, Bing Crosby, Donna Reed, Cantinflas
Directed By:
George Sidney

TV Movie(s)

1. Invincible Mr. Disraeli (1963)
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2
Invincible Mr. Disraeli
10
2
Role:
Mary Anne Disraeli
Starring:
Trevor Howard, Denholm Elliott, Norman Barrs, Eric Berry
Directed By:
George Schaefer
2. The Little Foxes (1956)
12
2
The Little Foxes
12
2
Role:
Regina Giddens
Starring:
Sidney Blackmer, Eileen Heckart, Georgia Burke, Lauren Gilbert
Directed By:
George Schaefer
3. Captain Brassbound's Conversion (1960)
8
1
Captain Brassbound's Conversion
8
1
Starring:
Christopher Plummer, Robert Redford, Felix Aylmer, Henry Brandon
Directed By:
George Schaefer

Animation(s)

The Little Drummer Boy (1968)
The Little Drummer Boy
Role:
Our Story Teller (voice) (as Miss Greer Garson)
Starring:
June Foray, Paul Frees, José Ferrer, Ted Eccles
Directed By:
Jules Bass, Arthur Rankin Jr., Takeya Nakamura
The Little Drummer Boy Book II (1976)
The Little Drummer Boy Book II
Role:
Our Story Teller (voice) (as Miss Greer Garson)
Starring:
Zero Mostel, Bob McFadden, Ray Owens, David Jay
Directed By:
Jules Bass, Arthur Rankin Jr.

TV Shows and Videos

Telephone Time (1956)
Telephone Time
Starring:
Charles Bronson, Claudette Colbert, Michael Landon, Edd Byrnes, John Banner, Bette Davis, Cloris Leachman
Directed By:
Erle C. Kenton, Lewis Allen, Robert B. Sinclair, Roy Kellino, Owen Crump
Producers' Showcase (1954)
Producers' Showcase
Starring:
Frank Sinatra, Henry Fonda, Mickey Rooney, Buster Keaton, Lauren Bacall, Audrey Hepburn, Humphrey Bogart
Directed By:
Clark Jones, Kirk Browning, Delbert Mann, Vincent J. Donehue, Alex Segal
The Virginian (1962)
The Virginian
TV-PG
Starring:
Mary Ann Mobley, William Shatner, Claude Akins, Lee Majors, John Aniston, Ed Asner, William Christopher
Directed By:
Don McDougall, Abner Biberman, Anton Leader, William Witney, James Sheldon
Father Knows Best (1954)
Father Knows Best
Starring:
Elinor Donahue, Jane Wyatt, Robert Reed, Rita Moreno, James Franciscus, Marion Ross, Barbara Eden
Directed By:
William D. Russell, Peter Tewksbury
Star Stage (1955)
Star Stage
Starring:
Jeanne Crain, Joan Fontaine, Carolyn Jones, Alan Young, Art Carney, Betty Grable, Alice Ghostley
Little Women (1978)
Little Women
Starring:
Eve Plumb, Dorothy McGuire, Meredith Baxter, Joyce Bulifant, William Shatner, Susan Dey
Directed By:
Gordon Hessler, David Lowell Rich
The Love Boat (1977)
The Love Boat
TV-G
Starring:
Charles Nelson Reilly, Denver Pyle, David Cassidy, Sid Caesar, Tina Louise, Melissa Gilbert, Sherman Hemsley
Directed By:
Richard Kinon, Roger Duchowny, Robert Scheerer, Allen Baron, Ted Lange
General Electric Theater (1953)
General Electric Theater
Starring:
Bea Benaderet, Ron Howard, Edward G. Robinson, James Coburn, Elsa Lanchester, Alan Ladd, Irene Dunne
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:
Ray Milland, Gene Wilder, Walter Matthau, Eddie Albert, Lee Marvin, Peter Falk, Tom Bosley
Directed By:
Franklin J. Schaffner, Jack Smight, Fielder Cook, James Elson, Fred Freed

Greer Garson Awards

Academy Awards
Mrs. Miniver Best Actress in a Leading Role 1943
Golden Globe Awards
Sunrise at Campobello Best Actress - Drama 1961