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List of Ian Holm Movies: Ranked Best To Worst

1. The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King (2003)
20
2
The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King
PG-13
20
2

The fight for control of the future of Middle-earth intensifies as Aragorn, aided by Gandalf, Legolas, and Gimli, rallies his army at Minas Tirith to fight against the evil forces of Sauron. However, it is only a distraction to give Frodo and Sam more time to destroy the One Ring at the fires of Mount Doom.

Directed By:
2. Alien (1979)
18
2
Alien
TV-14
18
2

Considered one of the greatest films of all time, this science-fiction horror film directed by Ridley Scott is about space merchant vessel Nostromo whose crew respond to a distress call on their way back to earth. As a result they end up with a dangerous and aggressive extra-terrestrial creature on board.

Directed By:
3. The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring (2001)
20
2
The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring
PG-13
20
2

After inheriting a mysterious ring forged millennia ago by Dark Lord Sauron to conquer Middle-earth, Frodo Baggins volunteers to carry it to be destroyed in the fires of Mount Doom. In this epic quest, he is accompanied by The Fellowship consisting of Wizard Gandalf, Elf Legolas, Dwarf Gimli, Boromir of Gondor, Isildur's heir Aragorn, and fellow Hobbits Sam, Merry, Pippin.

Directed By:
4. The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey (2012)
16
3
The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey
PG-13
16
3

Following an unexpected visit from the wizard Gandalf, Bilbo Baggins, a simple hobbit from the Shire, reluctantly joins thirteen dwarves on a perilous quest to reclaim their home under the Lonely Mountain from the dragon Smaug. They travel through treacherous lands across the Middle-Earth and encounter various dangerous creatures, including the mysterious Gollum obsessed with his 'precious' ring.

Directed By:
5. Brazil (1985)
13
2
Brazil
R
13
2

Sam Lowry often daydreams of being a winged superhero saving a woman in distress. When Archibald Buttle is killed mistakenly instead of revolutionary Archibald Tuttle, Sam encounters Jill, the woman from his dreams who is trying to help Mrs. Buttle. Sam ends up being caught in a web of lies and government bureaucracy with disastrous consequences.  

Role:
Mr. Kurtzmann
Directed By:
7. Le cinquième élément (1997)
14
2
Le cinquième élément
TV-PG
14
2

In the twenty-third century, when the Earth is threatened by the great Evil, a cab-driver and former Major finds the Fifth Element, the only weapon capable of destroying Evil, in his car in the form of the woman Leeloo. He must deliver her safely to her contact, priest Vito Cornelius, avoiding evil industrialist Zorg and his mercenary Mangalores.

Role:
Cornelius
Directed By:
8. Chariots of Fire (1981)
14
2
Chariots of Fire
PG
14
2

This British historical drama film, tells the true story of two British athletes taking part in the 1924 Olympics. One is a devout Christian who is running for the glory of God, while the other is an English Jew, who is running to overcome the prejudices his community faces. 

Starring:
Kenneth Branagh, John Gielgud, Stephen Fry, Nigel Havers, Ben Cross, Nicholas Farrell
Directed By:
Hugh Hudson
Awards:
BAFTA Award for Best Supporting Artist
9. Nicholas and Alexandra (1971)
12
2
Nicholas and Alexandra
PG
12
2
Starring:
Laurence Olivier, Jeremy Brett, Janet Suzman, Michael Jayston, Lynne Frederick, Roderic Noble
Directed By:
Franklin J. Schaffner
11. Henry V (1989)
12
2
Henry V
PG-13
12
2

The historical drama based on Shakespeare’s play about the British monarch features young Henry who sets out in 1415 to conquer France. But Henry falters with self-doubt, and the sinking morale of his troops doesn’t help either. However, a resolute Henry emboldens his army with impassioned words and leads them into the battle of Agincourt, conquering France and winning Princess Katherine as his Queen. 

Starring:
Emma Thompson, Brian Blessed, Derek Jacobi, Judi Dench, Christian Bale, Kenneth Branagh
Directed By:
12. Time Bandits (1981)
14
2
Time Bandits
PG
14
2

Eleven-year-old history enthusiast, Kevin, is shocked to see six time-traveling dwarfs who have escaped their master, the Supreme Being, appear from his closet. These time bandits have stolen Supreme Being’s unique time-&-space map and now they take Kevil along as they travel through history leaping from one era to another, stealing treasures from historical conquerors. But then they run into Evil Genius.  

Role:
Napoleon
Starring:
Sean Connery, John Cleese, Michael Palin, Shelley Duvall, Katherine Helmond
Directed By:
13. The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies (2014)
15
2
The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies
PG-13
15
2

Based on the novel The Hobbit by JRR Tolkien, this epic fantasy film serves as one of the three prequels to The Lord of the Rings film trilogy. The film revolves around a hobbit Bilbo Baggins, who engages in a war along with his comrades, to protect the Lonely Mountain from falling into the hands of darkness. 

Starring:
Evangeline Lilly, Billy Connolly, Orlando Bloom, Martin Freeman, Benedict Cumberbatch, Aidan Turner, Hugo Weaving
Directed By:
14. Lord of War (2005)
11
2
Lord of War
R
11
2

In the early 1980s, Yuri Orlov, a Ukrainian immigrant decides to join the arms trade along with his brother Vitaly. He quickly rises in his business, becomes wealthy and marries a famous model, Ava Fontaine. However, his rise also attracts the attention of an Interpol Agent, Jack Valentine.

Starring:
Nicolas Cage, Jared Leto, Ethan Hawke, Donald Sutherland, Bridget Moynahan, Shake Tukhmanyan, Jean-Pierre Nshanian
Directed By:
Andrew Niccol
15. The Homecoming (1973)
11
2
The Homecoming
PG
11
2

Teddy, a professor of philosophy living in California, returns after nine years to his family in North London and introduces his wife Ruth to his father, uncle and two brothers. Though Teddy, now used to a different lifestyle, is not very comfortable with his family; surprisingly, enigmatic Ruth doesn’t have any trouble getting along with the all-men family and their psychological games.   

Role:
Lenny
Starring:
Cyril Cusack, Paul Rogers, Michael Jayston, Terence Rigby
Directed By:
Peter Hall
16. The Aviator (2004)
12
3
The Aviator
PG-13
12
3

The movie follows the life of Howard Hughes from 1927-1947. During this time, Hughes achieved massive success in Hollywood and also devoted quality time and money in the aviation industry. He romanced beautiful women like Katharine Hepburn and made powerful enemies like Juan Trippe and Senator Ralph Owen Brewster. All this while, his OCD worsened.

Starring:
Leonardo DiCaprio, Kate Beckinsale, Alec Baldwin, Willem Dafoe, Alan Alda, Jude Law, Martin Scorsese
Directed By:
17. The Sweet Hereafter (1997)
10
3
The Sweet Hereafter
R
10
3

After a bus crash, a small mountain community in Canada is devastated, when a dozen of its children are dead. A lawyer soon arrives to help the survivors and victims prepare a class-action suit, but, soon he discovers that all is not what it seems.

Role:
Mitchell Stevens
Starring:
Bruce Greenwood, Sarah Polley, Tom McCamus, Caerthan Banks
Directed By:
Atom Egoyan
18. The Fixer (1968)
11
2
The Fixer
M
11
2
Starring:
Dirk Bogarde, Hugh Griffith, Alan Bates, Elizabeth Hartman, Georgia Brown
Directed By:
John Frankenheimer
19. Garden State (2004)
10
3
Garden State
TV-MA
10
3

Directed by Zach Braff, the film Garden State is based on his real-life experiences as a young man who returns to his hometown in New Jersey after his mother dies. The movie received positive reviews and has garnered a cult following.

Starring:
Natalie Portman, Jean Smart, Zach Braff, Jim Parsons, Ron Leibman, Kenneth Graymez, George C. Wolfe
Directed By:
20. Another Woman (1988)
10
2
Another Woman
PG
10
2

Another Woman is a drama film which revolves around Marion, a philosophy professor going through a mid-life crisis. When she rents an apartment to work on her new book, she soon finds that she can hear into the next room, which is a psychiatrist’s office. She gets drawn to the plight of a woman named Hope, and her story also helps Marion reevaluate her life.  

Role:
Ken
Starring:
Blythe Danner, Gene Hackman, Mia Farrow, Gena Rowlands
Directed By:
21. The Return of the Soldier (1982)
10
3
The Return of the Soldier
PG
10
3

After being traumatized by the horrors of the First World War, Captain Chris Baldry returns home, but has completely lost his memory.  He is not even able to recognize his own wife Kitty, and his memories with her. However, he remembers and seeks a union with his former childhood lover, Margaret Grey. Although Kitty employs a psychiatrist to help him, she fears she may have lost him for good. 

Role:
Doctor Anderson
Starring:
Julie Christie, Ann-Margret, Glenda Jackson, Alan Bates, Glenda Jackson
Directed By:
Alan Bridges
22. Girls at Sea (1958)
10
2
Girls at Sea
10
2
Starring:
Ronald Shiner, Michael Hordern, Guy Rolfe, Nadine Tallier,
Directed By:
Gilbert Gunn
23. Big Night (1996)
10
3
Big Night
R
10
3

Two brothers are running an Italian restaurant. However, due to a rival restaurant, their business is not doing too well. In an effort to save the restaurant, the brothers try to impress a well-known American-Italian singer.

Starring:
Stanley Tucci, Minnie Driver, Liev Schreiber, Isabella Rossellini, Allison Janney, Marc Anthony, Tony Shalhoub
Directed By:
24. The Madness of King George (1994)
11
2
The Madness of King George
PG-13
11
2

The Madness of King George is a historical comedy drama film which tells the story of King George III, who goes mentally unstable, after which his Lieutenants try to adjust the rules to run the country without his participation. Meanwhile, an ex-minister attempts to cure him.

Starring:
Helen Mirren, Alan Bennett, Nigel Hawthorne, Amanda Donohoe
Directed By:
Nicholas Hytner
25. Singleton's Pluck (1984)
11
2
Singleton's Pluck
PG
11
2
Role:
Ben Singleton
Starring:
Bill Owen, Stephen Moore, Penelope Wilton, Richard Hope
Directed By:
Richard Eyre
26. Young Winston (1972)
11
2
Young Winston
PG
11
2
Starring:
Anne Bancroft, Anthony Hopkins, Sir John Mills, Jane Seymour, Simon Ward, Peter Cellier, Ronald Hines
Directed By:
27. Robin and Marian (1976)
12
2
Robin and Marian
PG
12
2

An ageing Robin Hood returns from the Crusades, and hopes to win the hand of Maid Marian. However, things get complicated, because she has embraced a new life as a nun, and doesn’t fully welcome his return.

Starring:
Richard Harris, Audrey Hepburn, Ronnie Barker, Sean Connery, Robert Shaw, Nicol Williamson
Directed By:
Richard Lester
28. Naked Lunch (1991)
11
2
Naked Lunch
R
11
2

Naked Lunch is a 1991 drama film revolving around a pest exterminator, who kills his wife accidentally, after he develops an addiction to the substances he uses to kill insects. He eventually gets involved in a secret government plot.    

Role:
Tom Frost
Starring:
Roy Scheider, Judy Davis, Peter Weller, Julian Sands
Directed By:
29. Juggernaut (1974)
10
2
Juggernaut
PG
10
2
Starring:
Omar Sharif, Richard Harris, Anthony Hopkins, David Hemmings, Shirley Knight
Directed By:
Richard Lester
30. Wetherby (1985)
10
3
Wetherby
R
10
3
Role:
Stanley Pilborough
Starring:
Judi Dench, Vanessa Redgrave, Marjorie Yates, Tom Wilkinson
Directed By:
David Hare
31. A Midsummer Night's Dream (1968)
11
2
A Midsummer Night's Dream
11
2

The movie is an adaptation of Shakespeare’s play ‘A Midsummer Night's Dream’. Preparations are undergoing for the marriage of Amazon Queen Hippolyta and Athenian Duke Theseus. But fairy king Oberon and his jester Puck create chaos and mischief using a love potion by involving other characters like Lysander, Demetrius, and Helena. 

Starring:
Judi Dench, Helen Mirren, Derek Godfrey, David Warner, Barbara Jefford
Directed By:
Peter Hall
32. The Bofors Gun (1968)
10
2
The Bofors Gun
10
2
Role:
Flynn
Starring:
Peter Vaughan, David Warner, Nicol Williamson, John Thaw
Directed By:
Jack Gold
Awards:
BAFTA Award for Best Supporting Actor
33. Kafka (1991)
10
2
Kafka
PG-13
10
2

Kafka is a clerk working for an insurance company, who is drawn into a strange world of mystery and danger when a close friend and colleague disappears all of a sudden. Eventually, this event leads him to discover a mysterious and underground society, having strange objectives.

Role:
Doctor Murnau
Starring:
Jeremy Irons, Joel Grey, Alec Guinness, Armin Mueller-Stahl, Theresa Russell, Joel Grey
Directed By:
34. The Emperor's New Clothes (2001)
11
2
The Emperor's New Clothes
PG
11
2
Role:
Napoleon Bonaparte / Sergeant Eugene Lenormand
Starring:
Chris Langham, Russell Tovey, Nigel Terry, Tim McInnerny
Directed By:
Alan Taylor
35. Dreamchild (1985)
10
2
Dreamchild
PG
10
2
Role:
Reverend Charles L. Dodgson / Lewis Carroll
Starring:
Alan Bennett, Coral Browne, Peter Gallagher, Steve Whitmire
Directed By:
Gavin Millar
36. Greystoke: The Legend of Tarzan, Lord of the Apes (1984)
12
2
Greystoke: The Legend of Tarzan, Lord of the Apes
PG
12
2

A couple who gets stuck on an island gives birth to a baby boy. However, they are killed by a storm, after which their child is adopted by apes. After growing up, he returns to the human world, unaware of the fact that he is the heir to a wealthy Scottish family.

Role:
Capitaine Phillippe D'Arnot
Starring:
Andie MacDowell, Christopher Lambert, Ralph Richardson, James Fox
Directed By:
Hugh Hudson
37. March or Die (1977)
10
2
March or Die
PG
10
2
Role:
El Krim
Starring:
Max von Sydow, Terence Hill, Catherine Deneuve, Gene Hackman
Directed By:
Dick Richards
38. From Hell (2001)
11
2
From Hell
R
11
2

Inspired by the graphic novel From Hell, the movie revolves around the horrific Jack the Ripper murders. Whitechapel Police Inspector Frederick Abberline, races against time to stop the Ripper, save the prostitute Mary Kelly, who he has fallen in love with while uncovering a darker conspiracy by Freemasons. 

Role:
Sir William Gull
Starring:
Johnny Depp, Heather Graham, Robbie Coltrane, Ian Richardson
Directed By:
Albert Hughes, Allen Hughes
39. Hamlet (1990)
11
2
Hamlet
PG
11
2

Based on the Shakespearean tragedy, it follows Hamlet, the Prince of Denmark, who returns home after his father King Hamlet’s death. He finds that his mother, Gertrude, has married his uncle Claudius, the new king. When King’s ghost appears and reveals that he was murdered by Claudius, Prince seethes to take revenge, but is also aware of the tragedy it may ensue.

Role:
Polonius
Starring:
Mel Gibson, Glenn Close, Helena Bonham Carter, Paul Scofield
Directed By:
40. Dance with a Stranger (1985)
9
2
Dance with a Stranger
R
9
2
Role:
Desmond Cussen
Starring:
Miranda Richardson, Rupert Everett, Matthew Carroll, Tom Chadbon
Directed By:
Mike Newell
41. Shout at the Devil (1976)
9
2
Shout at the Devil
PG
9
2
Role:
Mohammed, O'Flynn's Mute Servant
Starring:
Roger Moore, Lee Marvin, Barbara Parkins, Reinhard Kolldehoff
Directed By:
Peter R. Hunt
42. The Hour of the Pig (1993)
9
2
The Hour of the Pig
R
9
2
Role:
Albertus
Starring:
Colin Firth, Donald Pleasence, Amina Annabi, Nicol Williamson
Directed By:
Leslie Megahey
43. eXistenZ (1999)
9
3
eXistenZ
R
9
3

In a futuristic world of biotechnological virtual reality games, game designer Allegra Geller is attacked by a Realist, when presenting her new game eXistenZ. She is rescued by Ted Pikul and plants the damaged game pod into Ted’s body. What happens from then on dissolves the lines between illusion and reality. 

Role:
Kiri Vinokur
Starring:
Jennifer Jason Leigh, Willem Dafoe, Jude Law, Don McKellar
Directed By:
44. Wisconsin Death Trip (1999)
9
2
Wisconsin Death Trip
9
2
Role:
Narrator (voice)
Starring:
Jeffrey Golden, Jo Vukelich, Marcus Monroe, Marilyn White
Directed By:
James Marsh
45. Night Falls on Manhattan (1996)
9
2
Night Falls on Manhattan
R
9
2
Role:
Liam Casey
Starring:
Richard Dreyfuss, James Gandolfini, Bobby Cannavale, Ron Leibman, Ron Leibman
Directed By:
Sidney Lumet
46. Incognito (1997)
9
2
Incognito
R
9
2
Starring:
Rod Steiger, Simon Chandler, Ian Richardson, Jason Patric
Directed By:
John Badham
47. Joe Gould's Secret (2000)
9
2
Joe Gould's Secret
R
9
2
Role:
Joe Gould
Starring:
Aida Turturro, Sarah Hyland, Steve Martin, Susan Sarandon, Stanley Tucci, Hope Davis, Celia Weston
Directed By:
48. The Day After Tomorrow (2004)
12
2
The Day After Tomorrow
PG-13
12
2

Soon after US officials ignore warnings of a huge climate shift by paleoclimatologist Jack Hall, a massive storm system develops causing natural disasters around the world. Jack's son Sam and his friends get trapped in New York City while attending an event and must survive freezing-cold temperature until his father reaches there by foot in a daring rescue attempt.

Starring:
Jake Gyllenhaal, Emmy Rossum, Dennis Quaid, Dash Mihok, Jay O. Sanders
Directed By:
Roland Emmerich
49. Mary Shelley's Frankenstein (1994)
10
2
Mary Shelley's Frankenstein
R
10
2

Dr Victor Frankenstein, a brilliant but unorthodox scientist tries to destroy the monster that he created, but it manages to escape. Later, it returns and asks for one out of two things: A bride or revenge. 

Starring:
Aidan Quinn, Helena Bonham Carter, Kenneth Branagh, John Cleese, Robert De Niro, Tom Hulce
Directed By:
50. A Life Less Ordinary (1997)
9
2
A Life Less Ordinary
R
9
2

A Life Less Ordinary is a romantic comedy crime film which tells the story of Robert Lewis, who kidnaps his boss’s spoilt daughter Celine, after he is fired by his boss. Meanwhile, two angels attempt to make love blossom between Robert and Celine.

Starring:
Ewan McGregor, Holly Hunter, Cameron Diaz, Stanley Tucci, Delroy Lindo, Dan Hedaya
Directed By:
51. A Severed Head (1970)
9
2
A Severed Head
R
9
2

In London upper-class, wealthy wine-merchant Martin Lynch-Gibbon’s wife, Antonia, is in love with Martin’s best friend, psychiatrist Palmer Anderson, but both wish to continue being friends with Martin, who has a secret mistress, Georgie. Aware of this affair, Palmer’s sister Honor reveals it to Palmer and Antonia, while introducing Georgie to Martin’s brother Alexander. But it’s not the end of the relationships. 

Role:
Martin Lynch-Gibbon
Starring:
Lee Remick, Richard Attenborough, Claire Bloom, Jennie Linden
Directed By:
Dick Clement
52. Chromophobia (2005)
9
2
Chromophobia
9
2
Role:
Edward Aylesbury
Starring:
Rhys Ifans, Kristin Scott Thomas, Archie Panjabi, Damian Lewis, Penelope Cruz, Ralph Fiennes, Penélope Cruz
Directed By:
Martha Fiennes
53. The Match (1999)
9
2
The Match
PG-13
9
2
Starring:
Pierce Brosnan, Max Beesley, Isla Blair, James Cosmo, Laura Fraser
Directed By:
Mick Davis
54. Strangers with Candy (2005)
8
2
Strangers with Candy
R
8
2

Strangers with Candy is a comedy film which tells the story of Jerri Blank, a former high school dropout who is released from prison at the age of 46. She returns to her childhood home, and discovers that her mother has passed away, and her father has got married again to a hateful woman named Sara. To make matters worse, she now has an arrogant half-brother and her father is in a coma. She decides to resume her life at where she left it, and decides to re-join her high-school.  

Starring:
Amy Sedaris, Stephen Colbert, Sarah Jessica Parker, Matthew Broderick, Philip Seymour Hoffman, Chris Pratt, Allison Janney
Directed By:
Paul Dinello
55. Beautiful Joe (2000)
8
2
Beautiful Joe
R
8
2
Starring:
Sharon Stone, Billy Connolly, Gil Bellows, Jurnee Smollett-Bell, Dillon Moen
Directed By:
Stephen Metcalfe
56. Loch Ness (1996)
7
1
Loch Ness
PG
7
1
Role:
Water Bailiff
Starring:
Ted Danson, Harris Yulin, Joely Richardson, James Frain
Directed By:
John Henderson
57. Blue Ice (1992)
7
1
Blue Ice
R
7
1
Role:
Sir Hector
Starring:
Sean Young, Michael Caine, Bob Hoskins, Alun Armstrong, Bobby Short
Directed By:
Russell Mulcahy
58. Bless the Child (2000)
7
2
Bless the Child
R
7
2

Bless the Child is a crime drama horror film which revolves around a psychiatric nurse Maggie, who adopts her newborn niece, Cody, after she is abandoned by Jenna, Maggie’s sister who is a heroin addict. From an early age, Cody starts displaying special abilities. Things take a turn when Maggie learns that a Satanic cult is seeking to abduct Cody, to use her supernatural abilities.

Starring:
Christina Ricci, Kim Basinger, Jimmy Smits, Angela Bettis, Rufus Sewell
Directed By:
Chuck Russell
59. Gooseberries Don't Dance (1999)
12
2
Gooseberries Don't Dance
12
2
Starring:
Kate Maberly, Penelope Wilton, Polly Maberly
Directed By:
Andrew Kazamia
60. Frog (1998)
11
2
Frog
11
2
Directed By:
Alan Fleming, Roger Eaton
61. Simon Magus (1999)
10
2
Simon Magus
10
2
Starring:
Noah Taylor, Embeth Davidtz, Sean McGinley, Stuart Townsend
Directed By:
Ben Hopkins
62. Field of Fish (2000)
10
2
Field of Fish
10
2
Role:
Narrator / Old Tom Maynard
Starring:
John Surman, John Rule, Anna Ellis, Harry Bosworth
Directed By:
Michael Wiese, Steve Tanner
63. Esther Kahn (2000)
9
2
Esther Kahn
9
2
Role:
Nathan Quellen
Starring:
Frances Barber, Summer Phoenix, Akbar Kurtha, Fabrice Desplechin
Directed By:
Arnaud Desplechin
64. Spinning Wheels (2002)
9
2
Spinning Wheels
9
2
Starring:
Chaz Chilcote, Anthony Ballestreri, Bobby Brooks, James Gaskie
Directed By:
Cheryl Kanekar
65. O Jerusalem (2006)
9
2
O Jerusalem
R
9
2
Role:
Ben Gurion
Starring:
Tom Conti, Patrick Bruel, Saïd Taghmaoui, JJ Feild
Directed By:
Élie Chouraqui
66. The Treatment (2006)
8
2
The Treatment
8
2
Role:
Dr. Ernesto Morales
Starring:
Famke Janssen, Stephanie March, Chris Eigeman, Peter Vack
Directed By:
Oren Rudavsky
67. Shergar (1999)
7
1
Shergar
TV-14
7
1
Starring:
Mickey Rourke, Gary Cady, Alan Barker, Billy Boyle
Directed By:
Dennis C. Lewiston

TV Movie(s)

1. A Midsummer Night's Dream (1959)
13
3
A Midsummer Night's Dream
13
3
Starring:
Charles Laughton, Albert Finney, Vanessa Redgrave, Michael Blakemore, Zoe Caldwell, David Buck
Directed By:
Peter Hall
2. Inside the Third Reich (1982)
11
2
Inside the Third Reich
11
2
Starring:
Randy Quaid, Derek Jacobi, Trevor Howard, John Gielgud, Blythe Danner, Maria Schell
Directed By:
Marvin J. Chomsky
3. Les Miserables (1978)
12
2
Les Miserables
12
2
Starring:
Anthony Perkins, John Gielgud, Claude Dauphin, Celia Johnson, Cyril Cusack
Directed By:
Glenn Jordan
4. Strike: The Birth of Solidarity (1981)
11
2
Strike: The Birth of Solidarity
11
2
Role:
Lech Walesa
Starring:
Jonathan Adams, Frances Cox, Jon Laurimore, Tommy Boyle
Directed By:
Leslie Woodhead
5. All Quiet on the Western Front (1979)
10
2
All Quiet on the Western Front
10
2
Role:
Himmelstoss
Starring:
Ernest Borgnine, Patricia Neal, Donald Pleasence, Richard Thomas
Directed By:
Delbert Mann
6. The Cherry Orchard (1962)
10
2
The Cherry Orchard
10
2
Starring:
John Gielgud, Judi Dench, Peggy Ashcroft, Dorothy Tutin, George Murcell
Directed By:
Michael Elliott
7. The Last of the Blonde Bombshells (2000)
11
2
The Last of the Blonde Bombshells
PG-13
11
2
Role:
Patrick
Starring:
Leslie Caron, Judi Dench, Olympia Dukakis, Cleo Laine
Directed By:
Gillies MacKinnon
8. The Man in the Iron Mask (1977)
11
2
The Man in the Iron Mask
11
2
Role:
Duval
Starring:
Richard Chamberlain, Louis Jourdan, Patrick McGoohan, Jenny Agutter
Directed By:
Mike Newell
9. S.O.S. Titanic (1979)
9
2
S.O.S. Titanic
9
2
Starring:
Cloris Leachman, Helen Mirren, Harry Andrews, David Battley
Directed By:
William Hale
10. The Thief of Baghdad (1978)
10
2
The Thief of Baghdad
10
2
Starring:
Roddy McDowall, Marina Vlady, Frank Finlay, Kabir Bedi
Directed By:
Clive Donner
11. Animal Farm (1999)
8
2
Animal Farm
PG
8
2
Role:
Squealer (voice)
Starring:
Patrick Stewart, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Kelsey Grammer, Julia Ormond, Pete Postlethwaite
Directed By:
John Stephenson
12. Alice Through the Looking Glass (1998)
8
2
Alice Through the Looking Glass
8
2
Starring:
Steve Coogan, Kate Beckinsale, Geoffrey Palmer, Penelope Wilton, Charlotte Curley, Louise J. Taylor
Directed By:
John Henderson
13. The Browning Version (1985)
11
2
The Browning Version
11
2
Role:
Andrew Crocker-Harris
Starring:
Judi Dench, John Woodvine, Michael Kitchen, Steven Mackintosh
Directed By:
Michael A. Simpson
14. Star Quality: Mr. and Mrs. Edgehill (1985)
11
3
Star Quality: Mr. and Mrs. Edgehill
11
3
Role:
Eustace Edgehill
Starring:
Judi Dench, Robert Blythe, Rachel Gurney, Alan MacNaughtan
Directed By:
Gavin Millar
15. A Season of Giants (1990)
10
2
A Season of Giants
10
2
Starring:
F. Murray Abraham, Ornella Muti, Steven Berkoff, Vittorio Amandola
Directed By:
Jerry London
16. The Tailor of Gloucester (1989)
10
2
The Tailor of Gloucester
10
2
Role:
The Tailor
Starring:
Jude Law, Thora Hird, Barrie Ingham, Benjamin Luxon
Directed By:
John Michael Phillips
17. Murder by the Book (1987)
9
2
Murder by the Book
9
2
Role:
Hercule Poirot
Starring:
Peggy Ashcroft, Michael Aldridge, Richard Wilson, John Atkinson
Directed By:
Lawrence Gordon Clark
18. The Last Dragon (2004)
9
2
The Last Dragon
PG
9
2
Starring:
Patrick Stewart, Tom Chadbon, Paul Hilton, Katrine Bach, Aidan Woodward
Directed By:
Justin Hardy
19. The Holocaust on Trial (2000)
9
2
The Holocaust on Trial
9
2
Role:
Narrator (voice)
Starring:
John Castle, Michael Byrne, Michael Kitchen, Jeremy Clyde
Directed By:
Leslie Woodhead
20. Waterbaby (2002)
9
2
Waterbaby
9
2
Role:
God (voice)
Starring:
Bryony Elliot
Directed By:
Alan Fleming, Roger Eaton
21. Little Red Riding Hood (1995)
9
2
Little Red Riding Hood
9
2
Starring:
Danny DeVito, Scott Ambler, Peter Elliott, Maxine Fone, Jessica Fox
Directed By:
Donald Sturrock

Animation(s)

The World of Peter Rabbit and Friends (1992)
The World of Peter Rabbit and Friends
Starring:
Pam Ferris, Hugh Laurie, Derek Jacobi, Alan Bennett, Rik Mayall
Ratatouille (2007)
Ratatouille
G
Plot:

Remy, a provincial rat with extraordinary senses of taste and smell, wants to become a great chef in Paris. Separated from his family, he ends up in his idol chef Gusteau's restaurant and helps newly appointed garbage-boy in fixing a soup. Now he must impress renowned food critic Anton Ego with his culinary skills, while remaining hidden.

Role:
Skinner (voice)
Starring:
Peter O'Toole, John Ratzenberger, Patton Oswalt, Brian Dennehy, Will Arnett, Janeane Garofalo, Will Arnett
Directed By:
Brad Bird, Jan Pinkava
The Miracle Maker (2000)
The Miracle Maker
Starring:
Alfred Molina, Miranda Richardson, Julie Christie, Ralph Fiennes, James Frain, Michael Bryant, Rebecca Callard
Directed By:
Stanislav Sokolov, Derek W. Hayes
Renaissance (2006)
Renaissance
R
Plot:

In a future Paris, a 22 year old scientist Ilona Tasuiev, who works for a big corporation named Avalon, gets kidnapped. Meanwhile, police captain Karas, who just solved a hostage situation problem, is given the task of solving the mystery behind Ilona’s disappearance.

Role:
Jonas Muller (voice)
Starring:
Daniel Craig, Jonathan Pryce, Romola Garai, Kevork Malikyan, Catherine McCormack
Directed By:
Christian Volckman

TV Shows and Videos

The Bell (1982)
The Bell
Role:
Michael Meade (4 episodes, 1982)
Starring:
Patricia Heneghan, Kenneth Cranham, Edward Hardwicke, Rowena Cooper
Horizon (1964)
Horizon
Role:
Himself - Narrator (15 episodes, 1974-2008)
Starring:
Jeff Goldblum, Brian Blessed, Derek Jacobi, Paul Vaughan
Directed By:
Mick Jackson, Fisher Dilke, Christopher Sykes, David Stewart, Philip Martin
Arena (1975)
Arena
Starring:
Harold Pinter, Dawn French, Michael Sheen, Peter Edward Cook, Indira Varma, Dennis Hopper, Jeanne Moreau
Directed By:
Anthony Wall, Nigel Finch, Adam Low, Nigel Williams, David Thompson
Jesus of Nazareth (1977)
Jesus of Nazareth
TV-G
Starring:
James Earl Jones, Anthony Quinn, Christopher Plummer, James Mason, Claudia Cardinale, Olivia Hussey, Ian McShane
Directed By:
Franco Zeffirelli
Game, Set, and Match (1988)
Game, Set, and Match
Role:
Bernard Samson (13 episodes, 1988)
Starring:
Annette Crosbie, Anthony Bate, Michael Degen, Michael Culver
The Power Game (1965)
The Power Game
Starring:
Clifford Evans, Jack Watling, Barbara Murray, Patrick Wymark,
Alien: Isolation (2014)
Alien: Isolation
M
Starring:
Veronica Cartwright, Harry Dean Stanton, Tom Skerritt, Sigourney Weaver, Veronica Cartwright
Directed By:
Alistair Hope
Timewatch (1982)
Timewatch
Starring:
Bernard Hill, Owen Teale, Paul Rhys, Sean Barrett
Armchair Theatre (1956)
Armchair Theatre
Starring:
David McCallum, Michael Crawford, Britt Ekland, Tim Curry, Carroll Baker, Jack Wild, Diane Cilento
Directed By:
Philip Saville, Charles Jarrott, Guy Verney, Ted Kotcheff, Dennis Vance
Theatre Night (1957)
Theatre Night
Starring:
Peter Sellers, Albert Finney, Jeremy Brett, Peter O'Toole, Vanessa Redgrave, Ronnie Barker, Leslie Caron
Directed By:
Stuart Burge, Lindsay Anderson, Harold French, Wallace Douglas, Allan Davis
Holocaust (1978)
Holocaust
Starring:
Michael Moriarty, James Woods, Meryl Streep, Rosemary Harris, Joseph Bottoms
Directed By:
Marvin J. Chomsky
Omnibus (1967)
Omnibus
Starring:
Joss Ackland, Ken Russell, Anthony Hopkins, Barry Humphries, Terry Gilliam, Bob Hoskins, Stephen Fry
Directed By:
Don Taylor, Ken Russell, Robert Vas, Tony Palmer, Leslie Megahey
The Frighteners (1972)
The Frighteners
Role:
Gordon (1 episode, 1972)
Starring:
Ian Hendry, Jack Hedley, Tom Bell, Alison Fiske
Mystery and Imagination (1966)
Mystery and Imagination
Starring:
Bruce Forsyth, Corin Redgrave, Jeremy Brett, Joss Ackland, Robert Hunter, Freddie Jones, David Buck
Great Mysteries (1973)
Great Mysteries
Starring:
Orson Welles, Eli Wallach, Joan Collins, Colin Baker, Donald Pleasence, Joss Ackland, Jane Seymour
Directed By:
Alan Gibson, Peter Sasdy, Peter Sykes, Mark Cullingham
ITV Play of the Week (1955)
ITV Play of the Week
Starring:
Vivien Leigh, Benny Hill, Deborah Kerr, Lois Maxwell, Mel Ferrer, Richard Todd, Laurence Harvey
Directed By:
Cyril Coke, John Llewellyn Moxey, Tania Lieven, David Boisseau, Joan Kemp-Welch
Tales of the Unexpected (1979)
Tales of the Unexpected
Starring:
Telly Savalas, Katy Jurado, Rod Taylor, David Cassidy, Jennifer Connelly, Don Johnson, Elaine Stritch
Directed By:
Leo Penn, Ray Danton, John Peyser, Barry Davis, Simon Langton
BBC2 Play of the Week (1977)
BBC2 Play of the Week
Starring:
Michael York, Malcolm McDowell, Jonathan Pryce, Alan Bennett, John Rhys-Davies, Jeremy Irons, Judi Dench
Directed By:
Don Taylor, Alan Cooke, Stephen Frears, Leonard Lewis, David Hugh Jones
Play for Today (1970)
Play for Today
Starring:
Liam Neeson, Richard Beckinsale, Connie Booth, Phyllis Logan, Miriam Margolyes, George Lazenby, Ben Kingsley
Directed By:
Barry Davis, Alan Clarke, John Mackenzie, Philip Saville, Claude Whatham
BBC Play of the Month (1965)
BBC Play of the Month
Starring:
Vincent Price, Daniel Day-Lewis, Lynn Redgrave, Rex Harrison, Anthony Hopkins, Jeremy Irons, Patrick Stewart
Directed By:
Cedric Messina, Rudolph Cartier, John Gorrie, Waris Hussein, Alan Cooke
Napoleon and Love (1974)
Napoleon and Love
Role:
Napoleon (9 episodes, 1974)
Starring:
Tim Curry, Ronald Hines, Billie Whitelaw, Peter Bowles
Directed By:
Derek Bennett, Jonathan Alwyn, Reginald Collin
The Wednesday Play (1964)
The Wednesday Play
Starring:
Kenneth Williams, Marty Feldman, Ken Loach, Joanna Lumley, Donald Pleasence, Harold Pinter, Ian McShane
Directed By:
Alan Cooke, Alan Clarke, Moira Armstrong, Don Taylor, Christopher Morahan
The Return of the Borrowers (1993)
The Return of the Borrowers
Role:
Pod (6 episodes, 1993)
Starring:
Siân Phillips, Rebecca Callard, Penelope Wilton, Paul Cross
Forty Minutes (1981)
Forty Minutes
Role:
Narrator (4 episodes, 1986-1989)
Starring:
Dirk Bogarde, Jane Asher, Roger Mills, Michael Dean
Directed By:
Adam Curtis
The New Detectives: Case Studies in Forensic Science (1996)
The New Detectives: Case Studies in Forensic Science
TV-PG
Starring:
Gene Galusha, Scott Rollins, Natalie Cassell, Jim Meisner Jr.
The Fifth Element (1998)
The Fifth Element
T
Role:
Priest Vito Cornelius (voice)
Starring:
Milla Jovovich, Gary Oldman, Bruce Willis, Milla Jovovich
Directed By:
Nicolas Coquard
ITV Playhouse (1967)
ITV Playhouse
Starring:
Lorne Greene, Ian McDiarmid, Judi Dench, Derek Jacobi, John Ratzenberger, Helen Mirren, Chris Langham
Directed By:
Mike Newell, Dennis Vance, Moira Armstrong, Barry Davis, Mike Vardy
Ratatouille (2007)
Ratatouille
E
Role:
Skinner (voice)
Starring:
Brian Dennehy, Patton Oswalt, Janeane Garofalo, Brad Garrett
Mistress of Suspense (1990)
Mistress of Suspense
Starring:
Anthony Perkins, Ian McShane, Jean-Pierre Cassel, Assumpta Serna
Directed By:
Damian Harris
The Real Middle Earth (2007)
The Real Middle Earth
Role:
Narrator (voice)
ITV Saturday Night Theatre (1969)
ITV Saturday Night Theatre
Starring:
Martin Sheen, Shelley Winters, George C. Scott, Anthony Hopkins, Tim Curry, Alan Bennett, Brian Blessed
Directed By:
John Jacobs, Marc Miller, Valerie Hanson, Barry Davis, John Sichel
The Endless Game (1989)
The Endless Game
PG-13
Role:
Control (2 episodes, 1989)
Starring:
Kristin Scott Thomas, Albert Finney, George Segal, Monica Guerritore
Directed By:
Bryan Forbes
Screen Two (1985)
Screen Two
Starring:
Jerry Stiller, Clive Owen, Tim Roth, Rachel Weisz, Alan Cumming, Tommy Lee Jones, Gabriel Byrne
Directed By:
Tristram Powell, Christopher Morahan, Udayan Prasad, Michael Whyte, Jim Goddard
Performance (1992)
Performance
Role:
Astrov / ... (4 episodes, 1991-1998)
Starring:
John Malkovich, Elizabeth McGovern, Emily Watson, Charles Durning, Hugh Grant, Les Dawson, Pam Ferris
Directed By:
Simon Curtis, David Thacker, Harold Pinter

Ian Holm Awards

BAFTA Awards
Chariots of Fire Best Supporting Artist 1982
The Bofors Gun Best Supporting Actor 1969