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List of Jean Seberg Movies: Ranked Best To Worst

1. Breathless (1960)
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30
Breathless
106
30

Michel, a young and dangerous French criminal, kills a policeman and convinces his American lover, Patricia, to hide him in her flat without telling her why. When Patricia discovers the truth she turns him over to the police. The police end up shooting him in the street and he dies “à bout de soufflé” or breathless. 

Role:
Patricia Franchini
Starring:
Jean-Paul Belmondo, Jean-Luc Godard, Jean-Pierre Melville, Daniel Boulanger
Directed By:
2. Ballad for Billy the Kid (1974)
8
13
Ballad for Billy the Kid
8
13
Role:
La star
Starring:
Jean-François Ferriol, Jacques Robiolles
Directed By:
Jean Seberg
3. Let No Man Write My Epitaph (1960)
12
9
Let No Man Write My Epitaph
12
9

A sequel to Knock On My Door, the story revolves around a little boy, who lives in a Chicago tenements with his mother after his father dies in electric chair. Working as a barmaid, she hopes to see him attend college. Meanwhile, he befriends several of his neighbors, who team up together to protect him from following his father’s ways. 

Role:
Barbara Holloway
Starring:
Shelley Winters, Ricardo Montalban, Burl Ives, James Darren
Directed By:
Philip Leacock
4. Line of Demarcation (1966)
18
3
Line of Demarcation
18
3
Role:
Mary, comtesse de Damville
Starring:
Daniel Gélin, Maurice Ronet, Stéphane Audran, Jacques Perrin
Directed By:
Claude Chabrol
5. The Wild Duck (1976)
15
3
The Wild Duck
15
3

Adapted from a popular play, this tragic drama revolves around the relationship between a mother, a daughter, and an ego-maniacal father, who never approves of anything done by his daughter.

Role:
Gina Ekdal, Gattin
Starring:
Bruno Ganz, Martin Flörchinger, Peter Kern, Anne Bennent
Directed By:
Hans W. Geissendörfer
6. The Assassination (1972)
8
5
The Assassination
PG
8
5

Sadiel, a rebel leader in a North African state, takes refuge in Switzerland during the aftermath of a coup. After Colonel Kassar contacts the French security services for their help in capturing him, Sadiel, is lured to Paris, allegedly for a television show. 

Role:
Edith Lemoine - une infirmière gauchiste
Starring:
Roy Scheider, Michel Bouquet, Jean-Louis Trintignant, Michel Piccoli
Directed By:
Yves Boisset
7. The Mouse That Roared (1959)
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15
The Mouse That Roared
16
15

A small happy and peace-loving nation’s economy goes into a crisis situation. Unable to find any help, they decide to declare war on the US, hoping to lose, but at least score foreign aid.  However, things don’t go according to plan.

Role:
Helen Kokintz
Starring:
Peter Sellers, Leo McKern, William Hartnell, David Kossoff
Directed By:
Jack Arnold
10. In the French Style (1963)
18
3
In the French Style
18
3

Christina James is a young American girl who aspires to become an artist. She leaves her home to study painting in Paris. She soon falls in love with a man, but things get complicated when her father travels all the way to Paris in order to bring her back home. She is unsure about her decision, whether to stay or to go back, as it can haunt her for the rest of her life.

Role:
Christina James
Starring:
Claudine Auger, Stanley Baker, Jack Hedley, Philippe Forquet
Directed By:
Robert Parrish
11. Airport (1970)
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22
Airport
G
25
22

Airport is a disaster suspense drama film which revolves around the manager of the Lincoln International Airport, who is trying his best to keep the airport open despite the fact that there is a snowstorm. Meanwhile a suicide bomber is planning to blow up an airliner in flight.

Role:
Tanya Livingston
Starring:
Dean Martin, George Harris Kennedy, Jr, Burt Lancaster, Helen Hayes, Marion Ross, Jacqueline Bisset, George Kennedy
Directed By:
George Seaton, Henry Hathaway
12. Paint Your Wagon (1969)
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14
Paint Your Wagon
TV-14
22
14

During the Gold Rush, Ben Rumson finds a wrecked wagon containing a dead man and his surviving brother, Pardner, in the wilds of California. At the burial, their lives take a turn when they discover gold dust, and stake a claim.  

Role:
Elizabeth
Starring:
Lee Marvin, Clint Eastwood, Ray Walston, Harve Presnell
Directed By:
Joshua Logan
13. Time Out for Love (1961)
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6
Time Out for Love
9
6
Role:
Ann
Starring:
Annibale Ninchi, Micheline Presle, Françoise Prévost, Maurice Ronet
Directed By:
Jean Valère
14. Saint Joan (1957)
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7
Saint Joan
11
7

Based on a play by George Bernard Shaw, the movie tells the story of Joan of Arc. The French saint and heroine led the French army in many successful battles against the English until she was tragically betrayed and burnt at the stake for her connection to God.  

Starring:
Richard Widmark, Richard Todd, John Gielgud, Felix Aylmer, Anton Walbrook
Directed By:
15. La corrupción de Chris Miller (1973)
17
4
La corrupción de Chris Miller
R
17
4
Role:
Ruth Miller
Starring:
Perla Cristal, Barry Stokes, Marisol, Rudy Gaebel
Directed By:
Juan Antonio Bardem
16. Moment to Moment (1966)
16
4
Moment to Moment
16
4
Role:
Kay Stanton
Starring:
Honor Blackman, Grégoire Aslan, Arthur Hill, Sean Garrison
Directed By:
Mervyn LeRoy
17. Five Day Lover (1961)
6
9
Five Day Lover
TV-14
6
9
Role:
Claire
Starring:
Micheline Presle, François Périer, Carlo Croccolo, Jean-Pierre Cassel
Directed By:
Philippe de Broca
18. Dead of Summer (1970)
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3
Dead of Summer
11
3
Role:
Joyce Grasse
Starring:
Luigi Pistilli, Lilia Nguyen, Gianni Belfiore, Paolo Modugno
Directed By:
Nelo Risi
19. Gang War in Naples (1972)
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8
Gang War in Naples
6
8
Role:
Luisa
Starring:
Charles Vanel, Raymond Pellegrin, Fabio Testi, Germana Carnacina
Directed By:
Pasquale Squitieri
20. Pendulum (1969)
7
4
Pendulum
PG
7
4

Police captain Frank Matthews pursues and apprehends rapist-murderer Paul Sanderson, but his death sentence is reversed due to a legal technicality. Matthews is bitter, perceiving it as injustice. Matthews’s suspicion about his wife’s affair is confirmed when she and her lover are found shot dead in her bed. Prime suspect and arrested under circumstantial evidence, Matthews escapes to hunt down the real killer.

Role:
Adele Matthews
Starring:
George Peppard, Richard Kiley, Charles McGraw, Madeleine Sherwood
Directed By:
George Schaefer
21. Backfire (1964)
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8
Backfire
6
8

Backfire is an adventure crime comedy film which tells the story of a gold smuggler who hires David Ladislas to transport a valuable cargo to a secret location.  However, Davis is unaware of its contents and the dangers that lie ahead.

Role:
Olga Celan
Starring:
Jean-Paul Belmondo, Enrico Maria Salerno, Jean-Pierre Marielle, Renate Ewert
Directed By:
Jean Becker
22. Mousey (1974)
12
4
Mousey
12
4
Role:
Laura Anderson / Richardson
Starring:
Kirk Douglas, John Vernon, Bessie Love, Beth Porter
Directed By:
Daniel Petrie
23. Bianchi cavalli d'Agosto (1975)
6
5
Bianchi cavalli d'Agosto
6
5
Role:
Lea Kingsburg
Starring:
Frederick Stafford, Renato Cestiè, Alberto Terracina, Antonino Faà di Bruno
Directed By:
Raimondo Del Balzo
24. A Fine Madness (1966)
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7
A Fine Madness
6
7

Renowned poet and casual philanderer, Samson Shillitoe, is months behind in his alimony payment and is convinced by his current wife Rhoda to see psychiatrist Oliver West for his writer's block. He agrees to be away from tax collectors, but soon draws the attention of an eccentric doctor in the sanitarium and of Oliver's frustrated wife Lydia.

Role:
Lydia West
Starring:
Sorrell Booke, Joanne Woodward, Sean Connery, Patrick O'Neal, Colleen Dewhurst
Directed By:
Irvin Kershner
25. Les plus belles escroqueries du monde (1964)
5
10
Les plus belles escroqueries du monde
5
10

The film comprises of different sketches created by different writers and directors from partially real facts, and set in different cities. The swindlers appear in various forms…. In Tokyo, she is a bar-hostess, while a young prostitute swindles people in Naples. A trickster in Paris cheats an ardent admirer of Eiffel Tower, whereas a journalist in Marrakech gets entangled in counterfeit money.

Starring:
Catherine Deneuve, Jean-Luc Godard, Mie Hama, Ken Mitsuda, Nicole Karen, Gabriella Giorgelli
26. Diamonds Are Brittle (1965)
5
10
Diamonds Are Brittle
5
10
Role:
Bettina Ralton
Starring:
Elsa Martinelli, Claude Rich, Jacques Morel, Pierre Vernier
Directed By:
Nicolas Gessner
27. Macho Callahan (1970)
5
10
Macho Callahan
R
5
10

Macho Callahan is a Western film which revolves around a civil war prisoner named Macho Callahan who manages to breaks out of his prison. He sets out to punish the man who is responsible for his imprisonment, but unfortunately ends up killing another man on the way, whose widow decides to track down Callahan.

Role:
Alexandra Mountford
Starring:
David Carradine, Diane Ladd, David Janssen, Lee J. Cobb, James Booth
Directed By:
Bernard L. Kowalski
28. La récréation (1961)
4
9
La récréation
4
9
Role:
Kate Hoover
Starring:
Christian Marquand, Françoise Prévost, Evelyne Ker, Simone France
Directed By:
François Moreuil, Fabien Collin
29. Who's Got the Black Box? (1967)
12
4
Who's Got the Black Box?
M
12
4

After an undercover NATO security man is killed, and US radar installations are jammed in Greece, the security man’s widow becomes the prime suspect. She sets out to find the real culprits as well as to prove her innocence. 

Role:
Shanny
Starring:
Romain Gary, Saro Urzì, Christian Marquand, Maurice Ronet
Directed By:
Claude Chabrol
30. The Big Delirium (1975)
4
4
The Big Delirium
4
4
Role:
Emily
Starring:
Isabelle Huppert, Yves Beneyton, Stefania Casini, Pierre Blaise
Directed By:
Dennis Berry
31. The Looters (1967)
4
4
The Looters
4
4
Role:
Colleen O'Hara
Starring:
Mario Pisu, Serge Gainsbourg, Frederick Stafford, Maria-Rosa Rodriguez
Directed By:
Jacques Besnard
32. Questa specie d'amore (1972)
4
4
Questa specie d'amore
4
4
Starring:
Marisa Belli, Ewa Aulin, Pietro Brambilla, Bianca Castagnetta
Directed By:
Alberto Bevilacqua
33. Kill! Kill! Kill! Kill! (1971)
9
4
Kill! Kill! Kill! Kill!
R
9
4

During a vacation in Asia, the wife of an Interpol agent gets caught up in the latter’s corrupt dealings.

Role:
Emily Hamilton
Starring:
James Mason, Curd Jürgens, Stephen Boyd, Daniel Emilfork
Directed By:
34. Birds in Peru (1968)
7
4
Birds in Peru
X
7
4

On a beach, a young woman who seems quite depressed, has sex with a group of sailors. Although a Madam of a brothel nearby takes her in, she decides to leave with an artist living close by instead. Meanwhile, her rich old husband is searching for her, along with his chauffeur.  

Role:
Adriana
Starring:
Danielle Darrieux, Pierre Brasseur, Maurice Ronet, Jean-Pierre Kalfon
Directed By:
35. Congo vivo (1962)
8
3
Congo vivo
8
3
Role:
Annette
Starring:
Gabriele Ferzetti, Carla Bizzarri, Bachir Touré, Frederika Andrew
Directed By:
Giuseppe Bennati

Director

Ballad for Billy the Kid (1974)
11
4
Ballad for Billy the Kid
11
4
Starring:
Jean-François Ferriol, Jacques Robiolles
Directed By:
Jean Seberg