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List of Harry Secombe Movies: Ranked Best To Worst

1. The Last Goon Show of All (1972)
10
2
The Last Goon Show of All
10
2
Role:
Himself / Neddie Seagoon
Starring:
Spike Milligan, Peter Sellers, Ray Ellington, Max Geldray
2. Oliver! (1968)
71
25
Oliver!
TV-G
71
25

Based on the famous novel by Charles Dickens, Oliver! is a musical drama film which tells the story of a young orphan named Oliver who escapes from his orphanage and joins a group of urchins who work as pickpockets for a criminal. His life takes a turn when he meets a man named Mr Brownlow, who offers to shelter Oliver.

Role:
Bumble
Starring:
Jack Wild, Oliver Reed, Hugh Griffith, Ron Moody
Directed By:
Carol Reed
3. Jet Storm (1959)
7
4
Jet Storm
7
4

Ernest loses his daughter in a hit-and-run accident. He manages to track down the person responsible for the case, and boards the same flight, from London to New York. He plants a bomb in order to kill the man, although it will not just result in the death of the man but also the crew, the passengers, and himself.

Starring:
Richard Attenborough, Diane Cilento, Hermione Baddeley, Stanley Baker, Bernard Braden
Directed By:
Cy Endfield
5. Svengali (1954)
5
4
Svengali
5
4

After losing her job as a barmaid at a Paris bar, Trilby is hired by a sculptor. She soon begins to fall for Billy Bagot, one of three British painters, who lives next to her house. Although Billy wants to marry her, his wealthy family does not approve of their marriage. Things get worse when he finds out that Trilby is posing nude for art students. He eventually returns to London. Meanwhile, a street musician takes control of Trilby’s life, and rises her to fame as an opera singer.    

Starring:
Jeremy Brett, Derek Bond, Terence Morgan, Hildegard Knef, Paul Rogers
Directed By:
Noel Langley
6. Doctor in Trouble (1970)
5
4
Doctor in Trouble
R
5
4

Doctor Burke accidentally becomes a stowaway, while he was chasing his girlfriend onto the ship in order to propose to her. He is pursued by the Master-at-Arms, since he is convinced that the doctor is traveling without a ticket. Things take a turn when the doctor of the ship falls ill, and Burke is asked to take over his duties.

Role:
Llewellyn Wendover
Starring:
Graham Chapman, James Robertson Justice, Irene Handl, Leslie Phillips
Directed By:
Ralph Thomas
7. The Magnificent Seven Deadly Sins (1971)
5
4
The Magnificent Seven Deadly Sins
5
4

The Magnificent Seven Deadly Sins is a British comedy film which tells us seven different stories which are based on the seven deadly sins.

Directed By:
Graham Stark
8. Penny Points to Paradise (1951)
4
4
Penny Points to Paradise
4
4

Two friends manage to win a contest, after which they go to their regular seaside boarding house. Things get complicated because all the other guests, including two women who want to marry for money, try to come up with a plan to take the fortune off them.

Role:
Harry Flakers
Starring:
Spike Milligan, Peter Sellers, Alfred Marks, Vicky Page, Paddie O'Neil
Directed By:
Anthony Young
9. Down Among the Z Men (1952)
3
4
Down Among the Z Men
3
4

Down Among the Z Men is a comedy film which tells the story of Harry Jones, who works as a clerk in a general mercantile store. Meanwhile, he is also an amateur actor working in community theater, where he is currently playing the role of an inspector working for the Scotland Yard. His life gets complicated after an absent minded Professor leaves a secret military formula in his store. Soon, two  enemy spies question Harry regarding the Professor, not realizing that the formula is now in Harry’s possession.

Role:
Harry Jones (as The Goons)
Starring:
Peter Sellers, Spike Milligan, Michael Bentine, Carole Carr
Directed By:
Maclean Rogers
10. Song of Norway (1970)
3
4
Song of Norway
G
3
4

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.

Role:
Bioernstjerne Bjoernson
Starring:
Florence Henderson, Edward G. Robinson, Toralv Maurstad, Christina Schollin
Directed By:
Andrew L. Stone
11. The Goon Show (1968)
0
0
The Goon Show
0
0
Role:
Himself / Neddie Seagoon
Starring:
Spike Milligan, John Cleese, Peter Sellers, Christine Pryor
Directed By:
Joseph McGrath
12. Goonreel (1952)
10
2
Goonreel
10
2
Role:
Various
Starring:
Spike Milligan, Peter Sellers, Graham Stark, Michael Bentine
Directed By:
Michael Mills
13. Sunstruck (1972)
7
4
Sunstruck
7
4
Role:
Stanley Evans
Starring:
John Meillon, Maggie Fitzgibbon, Dennis Jordan, Dawn Lake
Directed By:
James Gilbert
14. Rhubarb (1969)
6
4
Rhubarb
6
4
Role:
Rev. Rhubarb
Starring:
Jimmy Edwards, Kenneth Connor, Eric Sykes, Ann Lancaster
Directed By:
Eric Sykes
15. Davy (1958)
5
4
Davy
5
4
Role:
Davy
Starring:
Ron Randell, Susan Shaw, George Relph, Bill Owen
Directed By:
Michael Relph
16. Helter Skelter (1949)
5
4
Helter Skelter
5
4
Starring:
Mervyn Johns, David Tomlinson, Carol Marsh, Peter Hammond,
Directed By:
Ralph Thomas
17. Forces' Sweetheart (1953)
3
4
Forces' Sweetheart
3
4
Role:
Private Llewelyn
Starring:
Hy Hazell, Michael Bentine, John Ainsworth, Freddie Frinton
Directed By:
Maclean Rogers

TV Shows

Q9
17
4
Q9
17
4
Starring:
Chris Langham, Spike Milligan, Peter Edward Cook, Peter Cook, David Lodge, John Bluthal
The Bruce Forsyth Show
8
3
The Bruce Forsyth Show
8
3
Starring:
Tommy Cooper, Ronnie Corbett, Bruce Forsyth, Jenny Lee Wright
The Telegoons
10
3
The Telegoons
10
3
Role:
Neddy Seagoon (9 episodes, 1963-1964)
Starring:
Spike Milligan, Peter Sellers
Directed By:
Anthony Young

Special Appearance/Cameo

Helter Skelter (1949)
8
7
Helter Skelter
8
7
Role:
Alf (uncredited)
Starring:
Mervyn Johns, David Tomlinson, Carol Marsh, Peter Hammond,
Directed By:
Ralph Thomas