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List of Joanne Woodward Movies: Ranked Best To Worst

1. Rachel, Rachel (1968)
21
3
Rachel, Rachel
21
3
Role:
Rachel Cameron
Starring:
Donald Moffat, James Olson, Estelle Parsons, Kate Harrington
Directed By:
Awards:
Golden Globe Award for Best Actress - Drama
2. The Effect of Gamma Rays on Man-in-the-Moon Marigolds (1972)
17
2
The Effect of Gamma Rays on Man-in-the-Moon Marigolds
PG
17
2
Role:
Beatrice Hunsdorfer
Starring:
David Spielberg, Nell Potts, Roberta Wallach, Judith Lowry
Directed By:
3. The Long, Hot Summer (1958)
14
3
The Long, Hot Summer
14
3

A conman hears rumours about his late father's pyromaniac tendencies upon arrival in his hometown. Meanwhile, he impresses the civic leader who considers him to be a suitable prospective husband for his daughter.

Role:
Clara Varner
Starring:
Paul Newman, Orson Welles, Angela Lansbury, Lee Remick, Anthony Franciosa, Orson Welles
Directed By:
Martin Ritt
4. The Three Faces of Eve (1957)
19
2
The Three Faces of Eve
TV-PG
19
2
Role:
Eve White / Eve Black / Jane
Starring:
Alistair Cooke, Lee J. Cobb, David Wayne, Edwin Jerome
Directed By:
Nunnally Johnson
Awards:
Academy Award for Best Actress in a Leading Role, Golden Globe Award for Best Actress - Drama
5. A Big Hand for the Little Lady (1966)
16
4
A Big Hand for the Little Lady
16
4
Role:
Mary
Starring:
Henry Fonda, Jason Robards, Charles Bickford, Paul Ford
Directed By:
Fielder Cook
6. No Down Payment (1957)
15
3
No Down Payment
15
3
Role:
Leola Boone
Starring:
Cameron Mitchell, Jeffrey Hunter, Tony Randall, Sheree North
Directed By:
Martin Ritt
7. King: A Filmed Record... Montgomery to Memphis (1970)
11
5
King: A Filmed Record... Montgomery to Memphis
11
5

The documentary film biography of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., constructed using original newsreels, chronicles the important events of his Civil Rights Movement. King’s journey from a regional activist to the world-renowned leader of non-violent campaign for racial equality is captured through events from the 1955 Montgomery bus boycott to the 1968 assassination in Memphis, and also includes rare footage of his speeches, arrests, and protest-marches. 

Role:
Herself
Starring:
James Earl Jones, Burt Lancaster, Paul Newman, Clarence Williams III, Ruby Dee
Directed By:
8. The Fugitive Kind (1960)
15
2
The Fugitive Kind
15
2

The Fugitive Kind is a romantic drama film which tells the story of a man named Valentine, a small-time crook, who decides to go straight and live a quiet and simple life in a small town. He finds a job in a small store operated by an older woman whose husband is dying of cancer. He finds himself attracted to the sex-starved wife, and ends up impregnating her.

Role:
Carol Cutrere
Starring:
Marlon Brando, Anna Magnani, Maureen Stapleton, Victor Jory
Directed By:
Sidney Lumet
10. The Stripper (1963)
16
3
The Stripper
16
3
Role:
Lila Green
Starring:
Claire Trevor, Richard Beymer, Carol Lynley, Robert Webber
Directed By:
Franklin J. Schaffner
11. They Might Be Giants (1971)
14
2
They Might Be Giants
G
14
2
Role:
Watson
Starring:
F. Murray Abraham, George C. Scott, Jack Gilford, Al Lewis, Lester Rawlins
Directed By:
Anthony Harvey
12. A Kiss Before Dying (1956)
14
2
A Kiss Before Dying
14
2
Role:
Dorothy ('Dorie') Kingship
Starring:
Robert Wagner, Mary Astor, Jeffrey Hunter, Virginia Leith
Directed By:
Gerd Oswald
13. The Glass Menagerie (1987)
15
2
The Glass Menagerie
PG
15
2
Role:
Amanda Wingfield
Starring:
John Malkovich, James Naughton, Karen Allen
Directed By:
14. From the Terrace (1960)
12
2
From the Terrace
12
2
Role:
Mary St. John
Starring:
Barbara Eden, Paul Newman, Ina Balin, Myrna Loy, Leon Ames
Directed By:
Mark Robson
15. The Age of Innocence (1993)
12
3
The Age of Innocence
PG
12
3

This romantic drama film revolves around a lawyer, Newland Archer, who is happily engaged to May. His life however turns upside down when he meets and falls in love with her cousin, a woman separated from her husband. 

Starring:
Michelle Pfeiffer, Winona Ryder, Thomas Gibson, Jonathan Pryce, Martin Scorsese, Geraldine Chaplin, Alexis Smith
Directed By:
16. Paris Blues (1961)
11
2
Paris Blues
11
2
Role:
Lillian Corning
Starring:
Sidney Poitier, Diahann Carroll, Paul Newman, Louis Armstrong
Directed By:
Martin Ritt
17. Count Three and Pray (1955)
12
4
Count Three and Pray
12
4

Luke Fargo's experiences in the American Civil War have left him a changed man. When the former goon and womaniser returns to his Southern hometown as a minister to rebuild the town's only church, he is met with resistance from friends and locals alike.

Role:
Lissy
Starring:
Raymond Burr, Van Heflin, Philip Carey, Allison Hayes
Directed By:
George Sherman
18. The Drowning Pool (1975)
12
2
The Drowning Pool
PG
12
2
Role:
Iris Devereaux
Starring:
Melanie Griffith, Paul Newman, Murray Hamilton, Anthony Franciosa, Melanie Griffith
Directed By:
Stuart Rosenberg
19. The Sound and the Fury (1959)
13
2
The Sound and the Fury
13
2

Based on the 1929 novel of the same name by William Faulkner, The Sound and the Fury is a 1959 American drama film which tells us the story of the Compson Family, as they are going through a financial and economic ruin. 

Role:
Quentin Compson / Narrator
Starring:
Yul Brynner, Ethel Waters, Margaret Leighton, Stuart Whitman
Directed By:
Martin Ritt
20. Summer Wishes, Winter Dreams (1973)
12
3
Summer Wishes, Winter Dreams
PG
12
3
Role:
Rita Walden
Starring:
Sylvia Sidney, Martin Balsam, Tresa Hughes, Dori Brenner
Directed By:
Gilbert Cates
Awards:
BAFTA Award for Best Actress
21. Mr. & Mrs. Bridge (1990)
15
2
Mr. & Mrs. Bridge
PG-13
15
2
Role:
India Bridge
Starring:
Kyra Sedgwick, Blythe Danner, Paul Newman, Margaret Welsh, Saundra McClain
Directed By:
James Ivory
22. Winning (1969)
13
2
Winning
PG
13
2
Role:
Elora
Starring:
Robert Wagner, Paul Newman, Richard Thomas, David Sheiner
Directed By:
James Goldstone
23. The End (1978)
10
3
The End
R
10
3
Starring:
Burt Reynolds, Sally Field, Carl Reiner, David Steinberg, Dom DeLuise, Strother Martin
Directed By:
24. Signpost to Murder (1964)
12
2
Signpost to Murder
12
2

This crime thriller film tells the story of a convicted murderer, who escapes from an asylum, and hides out in the home of Molly, a woman awaiting the return of her missing husband. They soon find themselves attracted to each other.

Role:
Molly Thomas
Starring:
James Doohan, Alan Napier, Stuart Whitman, Edward Mulhare
Directed By:
George Englund
25. A New Kind of Love (1963)
11
2
A New Kind of Love
11
2

Samantha Blake, a ladies fashion buyer, doesn’t want to romance due to her past experience. Steve Sherman is a womanizing newspaper reporter who first meets her on a flight to Paris and later mistakes her for a high class prostitute after she undergoes a makeover in the city. The encounter turns from simple fun to something more serious when the two genuinely fall for each other.

Role:
Samantha (Sam) Blake / Mimi
Starring:
Eva Gabor, Maurice Chevalier, Frank Sinatra, Paul Newman, Thelma Ritter
Directed By:
Melville Shavelson
26. Rally 'Round the Flag, Boys! (1958)
10
2
Rally 'Round the Flag, Boys!
10
2

Thanks to wife Grace’s enthusiasm about joining all civic committees, Harry Bannerman is sent to talk to the Army about their planned missile base in Bannermans’ town, Putnam’s Landing. Instead, Army appoints Harry as their liaison officer, complicating the matters. If that is not enough, he has to fend off flirtatious advances of their neighbor Angela and clear the misunderstandings of Grace. 

Role:
Grace Bannerman
Starring:
Joan Collins, Paul Newman, Jack Carson, Dwayne Hickman
Directed By:
Leo McCarey
27. A Fine Madness (1966)
9
1
A Fine Madness
9
1

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:
Rhoda Shillitoe
Starring:
Sorrell Booke, Jean Seberg, Sean Connery, Patrick O'Neal, Colleen Dewhurst
Directed By:
Irvin Kershner
28. Harry & Son (1984)
9
1
Harry & Son
PG
9
1
Starring:
Ossie Davis, Morgan Freeman, Paul Newman, Ellen Barkin, Judith Ivey
Directed By:
29. WUSA (1970)
10
2
WUSA
GP
10
2

Rheinhardt, an alcoholic wanderer, accepts an announcer’s job at WUSA, a New Orleans right-wing radio station, although he doesn’t agree with the station’s political views. When friend Geraldine and activist neighbor Rainey question him about WUSA’s involvement in hate propaganda and conspiracy to instigate a riot at a planned rally, Rheinhardt realizes that he can’t insulate himself, and needs to take a stand.

Role:
Geraldine
Starring:
Anthony Perkins, Diane Ladd, Wayne Rogers, Cloris Leachman, Laurence Harvey, Paul Newman, Pat Hingle
Directed By:
Stuart Rosenberg
30. Lucky Them (2013)
8
3
Lucky Them
R
8
3
Starring:
Johnny Depp, Toni Collette, Thomas Haden Church, Oliver Platt
Directed By:
Megan Griffiths
31. Gayby (2012)
9
1
Gayby
9
1
Starring:
Adam Driver, Sarita Choudhury, Christian Coulson, Anna Margaret Hollyman
Directed By:
Jonathan Lisecki

TV Movie(s)

1. The John Denver Special (1976)
11
2
The John Denver Special
11
2
Starring:
John Denver, Jon Carroll, Margot Chapman, Bill Danoff
2. Passions (1984)
12
3
Passions
12
3
Role:
Catherine Kennerly
Starring:
Richard Crenna, Lindsay Wagner, Mason Adams, Heather Langenkamp
Directed By:
Sandor Stern
3. See How She Runs (1978)
15
2
See How She Runs
15
2
Role:
Betty Quinn
Starring:
Barnard Hughes, John Considine, Mary-Beth Manning, Barbara Meek
Directed By:
Richard T. Heffron
Awards:
Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama or Comedy Special
4. Come Back, Little Sheba (1977)
11
2
Come Back, Little Sheba
11
2
Role:
Lola Delaney
Starring:
Carrie Fisher, Laurence Olivier, Nicholas Campbell, Patience Collier
Directed By:
Silvio Narizzano
5. All the Way Home (1971)
11
2
All the Way Home
11
2
Role:
Mary Follet
Starring:
James Woods, Richard Kiley, Barnard Hughes, Eileen Heckart, Pat Hingle
Directed By:
Fred Coe
6. Crisis at Central High (1981)
10
2
Crisis at Central High
10
2
Role:
Elizabeth Huckaby
Starring:
Charles Durning, Henderson Forsythe, Calvin Levels, William Russ
Directed By:
Lamont Johnson
7. A Christmas to Remember (1978)
11
3
A Christmas to Remember
11
3
Role:
Mildred McCloud
Starring:
Eva Marie Saint, Jason Robards, George Parry, Bryan Englund
Directed By:
George Englund
8. The Shadow Box (1980)
10
2
The Shadow Box
10
2
Role:
Beverly
Starring:
Christopher Plummer, Robert Urich, Sylvia Sidney, Valerie Harper, James Broderick
Directed By:
Paul Newman
9. The Streets of L.A. (1979)
9
1
The Streets of L.A.
9
1
Role:
Carol Schramm
Starring:
Audrey Christie, Robert Webber, Michael C. Gwynne, Isela Vega
Directed By:
Jerrold Freedman
10. Our Town (2003)
10
2
Our Town
PG
10
2
Starring:
Paul Newman, Jane Curtin, Jayne Atkinson, Reathel Bean, Wendy Barrie-Wilson
Directed By:
James Naughton
11. Do You Remember Love (1985)
14
3
Do You Remember Love
14
3
Role:
Barbara Wyatt-Hollis
Starring:
Andrea Barber, Richard Kiley, Judith Barsi, Sally Brown
Directed By:
Jeff Bleckner
Awards:
Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Limited Series or a Special
12. Foreign Affairs (1993)
9
2
Foreign Affairs
PG
9
2
Role:
Vinnie Miner
Starring:
Brian Dennehy, Eric Stoltz, Alex Kingston, Ian Richardson, Stephanie Beacham
Directed By:
Jim O'Brien
13. Breathing Lessons (1994)
11
2
Breathing Lessons
PG
11
2
Role:
Maggie Moran
Starring:
James Garner, Paul Winfield, Joyce Van Patten, Eileen Heckart, Kathryn Erbe
Directed By:
John Erman
Awards:
Golden Globe Award for Best Performance by an Actress in a Miniseries or Motion Picture Made for Television
14. The Roots of Roe (1993)
9
2
The Roots of Roe
9
2
Starring:
James Whitmore, Jason Robards, Drew Barrymore, Sharon Stone, Brooke Shields, Katharine Hepburn
Directed By:
Andie Haas
15. Blind Spot (1993)
9
1
Blind Spot
PG-13
9
1
Role:
Nell Harrington
Starring:
Laura Linney, Allison Janney, Fritz Weaver, Reed Diamond
Directed By:
Michael Toshiyuki Uno

Animation(s)

All the World (2011)
All the World
Role:
Narrator (voice)
Directed By:
Galen Fott

TV Shows and Videos

Omnibus (1952)
Omnibus
Starring:
Mike Nichols, Walter Matthau, Peter Falk, Elaine May, Helen Hayes, Charlton Heston, Buddy Ebsen
Directed By:
Andrew McCullough, Norman Lloyd, Charles S. Dubin, Harry Horner, Delbert Mann
You Are There (1953)
You Are There
Starring:
James Dean, Claude Akins, Denver Pyle, Lorne Greene, John Banner, Richard Dreyfuss, Ray Walston
Directed By:
John Frankenheimer, Burt Brinckerhoff, Bernard Girard, William D. Russell, Sidney Lumet
The Carol Burnett Show (1967)
The Carol Burnett Show
TV-G
Starring:
Carol Burnett, William Christopher, Steve Martin, Joel Grey, Jack Klugman, Dick Van Dyke, Betty White
Directed By:
Clark Jones, Dave Powers
Alfred Hitchcock Presents (1955)
Alfred Hitchcock Presents
TV-14
Starring:
Robert Duvall, Mel Blanc, Bette Davis, Robert Redford, Werner Klemperer, Sydney Pollack, Elizabeth Montgomery
Directed By:
Robert Stevens, Paul Henreid, Herschel Daugherty, Norman Lloyd, Alfred Hitchcock
Kraft Television Theatre (1947)
Kraft Television Theatre
Starring:
Inger Stevens, Ed Asner, Dick Van Patten, Geraldine Page, Rod Steiger, Sal Mineo, Steve Allen
Directed By:
William A. Graham, Stanley Quinn, Paul Bogart, Harry Herrmann, Richard Dunlap
Star Tonight (1955)
Star Tonight
Starring:
Jason Robards, Nancy Coleman, Kathleen Comegys, Doreen Lang, Dennis Patrick, Charles Aidman
Directed By:
Harry Herrmann
The Ford Television Theatre (1952)
The Ford Television Theatre
Starring:
Zsa Zsa Gabor, Natalie Wood, Barbara Stanwyck, Louis Jourdan, Shelley Winters, Irene Dunne, Jackie Cooper
Directed By:
James Neilson, Ted Post, Anton Leader, Fred F. Sears, Arnold Laven
Playhouse 90 (1956)
Playhouse 90
Starring:
Andy Griffith, Mickey Rooney, Anne Bancroft, William Shatner, Warren Beatty, Errol Flynn, Buster Keaton
Directed By:
John Frankenheimer, Franklin J. Schaffner, Ralph Nelson, Vincent J. Donehue, Arthur Hiller
The 20th Century-Fox Hour (1955)
The 20th Century-Fox Hour
Starring:
Elsa Lanchester, Rita Moreno, John Drew Barrymore, Fred MacMurray, Trevor Howard, Carolyn Jones, Michael Landon
Directed By:
Lewis Allen, Jules Bricken, Albert S. Rogell, Robert Stevenson, Ted Post
Robert Montgomery Presents (1950)
Robert Montgomery Presents
Starring:
Roger Moore, Don Knotts, Leslie Nielsen, Grace Kelly, David Niven, Vincent Price, Claudette Colbert
Directed By:
John Newland, James Sheldon, Norman Felton, James P. Yarbrough, Vincent J. Donehue
The United States Steel Hour (1953)
The United States Steel Hour
Starring:
Gene Hackman, Telly Savalas, Lee Marvin, Alice Ghostley, Lloyd Bridges, George Peppard, Teresa Wright
Directed By:
Alex Segal, Paul Bogart, Tom Donovan, Daniel Petrie, Bruce Minnix
Armstrong Circle Theatre (1950)
Armstrong Circle Theatre
Starring:
Martin Landau, Audra Lindley, Steven McQueen, Cliff Robertson, Martin Sheen, Jack Lemmon, Julie London
Directed By:
William Corrigan, Paul Bogart, Ted Post, Garry Simpson, James Sheldon
The Philco Television Playhouse (1948)
The Philco Television Playhouse
Starring:
Ernest Borgnine, Adam West, George Reeves, John Carradine, Vivian Vance, Eli Wallach, Eddie Albert
Directed By:
Delbert Mann, Fred Coe, Gordon Duff, Vincent J. Donehue, Arthur Penn
Goodyear Television Playhouse (1951)
Goodyear Television Playhouse
Starring:
Jack Lord, John Forsythe, Patricia Neal, Elaine Stritch, Hume Cronyn, Gena Rowlands, Judy Holliday
Directed By:
Paul Stanley, Robert Mulligan, Jack Smight, Herbert Hirschman, Delbert Mann
Sybil (1976)
Sybil
Role:
Dr. Cornelia Wilbur (2 episodes, 1976)
Starring:
Sally Field, Brad Davis, Martine Bartlett, Jane Hoffman
Directed By:
Daniel Petrie
Danger (1950)
Danger
Starring:
Anthony Quinn, Jack Palance, Lee Grant, Ben Gazzara, Art Carney, Carroll Baker, Broderick Crawford
Directed By:
Sidney Lumet, John Frankenheimer, Yul Brynner, John Peyser, Ted Post
Studio One (1948)
Studio One
Starring:
Abe Vigoda, Jerry Stiller, Charles Bronson, Jane Wyatt, Frances Farmer, Bea Arthur, Jessica Tandy
Directed By:
Paul Nickell, Franklin J. Schaffner, Tom Donovan, Allen Reisner, Robert Mulligan
American Playhouse (1981)
American Playhouse
Starring:
Victor Garber, Christopher Lloyd, Sarah Jessica Parker, Matt Dillon, Alexis Arquette, Anne Meara, Scatman Crothers
Directed By:
Kirk Browning, Jack O'Brien, Jeff Bleckner, Bill Duke, Michael Roemer
Four Star Playhouse (1952)
Four Star Playhouse
Starring:
Charles Boyer, Merle Oberon, Angie Dickinson, Dina Merrill, Amanda Blake, Jack Benny, Joan Fontaine
Directed By:
William Asher, Richard Kinon, Anton Leader, Frank McDonald, Laslo Benedek
NBC Special Treat (1975)
NBC Special Treat
Starring:
Adam Baldwin, Brian Blessed, Cynthia Nixon, Scott Baio, Barbara Eden, Scatman Crothers, Teresa Wright
Directed By:
Sid Smith, Richard Marquand, Bert Salzman, J. Philip Miller
Family (1976)
Family
Starring:
Leif Garrett, Helen Hunt, Michael J. Fox, Kim Cattrall, Mare Winningham, Michael Keaton, Doris Roberts
Directed By:
Joanne Woodward, Richard Kinon, Edward Parone, Glenn Jordan, John Erman
Lux Video Theatre (1950)
Lux Video Theatre
Starring:
Rock Hudson, Jayne Mansfield, Bing Crosby, Alfred Hitchcock, Peter Lorre, Peter Graves, Fredric March
Directed By:
Richard Goode, Fielder Cook, Buzz Kulik, Earl Eby, Norman Morgan
Kraft Television Theatre (1953)
Kraft Television Theatre
Starring:
Eva Gabor, Sidney Poitier, Carl Reiner, Walter Matthau, Eva Marie Saint, Audra Lindley, Eli Wallach
Directed By:
Maury Holland, Fred Carney, Fielder Cook, George Roy Hill
American Masters (1985)
American Masters
Starring:
Anthony Hopkins, Kevin Spacey, Steven Spielberg, Bruce Willis, Jon Hamm, Andre Braugher, Ben Vereen
Directed By:
Susan Lacy, Robert Trachtenberg, Susan Steinberg, Catherine Tatge, Michael Epstein
Awards:
Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Informational Special
Tales of Tomorrow (1951)
Tales of Tomorrow
Starring:
James Dean, Leslie Nielsen, Paul Newman, Jackie Cooper, Raymond Burr, James Doohan, Rod Steiger
Directed By:
Charles S. Dubin, Franklin J. Schaffner, Don Medford, Leonard Valenta
The Star and the Story (1955)
The Star and the Story
Starring:
David Niven, Teresa Wright, Angela Lansbury, Alexis Smith, Raymond Burr, Henry Fonda, Elsa Lanchester
Directed By:
Alvin Ganzer, Francis D. Lyon, William D. Russell, Robert Stevenson, Robert Florey
The Web (1950)
The Web
Starring:
Paul Newman, Anne Bancroft, Leslie Nielsen, John Carradine, Carroll Baker, George Reeves, Eli Wallach
Directed By:
Herbert Hirschman, Franklin Heller
The Elgin Hour (1954)
The Elgin Hour
Starring:
Jack Lord, Jackie Cooper, Teresa Wright, John Forsythe, Lorne Greene, Louis Jourdan, Judith Anderson
Directed By:
Sidney Lumet
Climax! (1954)
Climax!
Starring:
Anna May Wong, Don Ameche, Tina Louise, Sterling Holloway, Dorothy McGuire, Celeste Holm, Ethel Barrymore
Directed By:
Buzz Kulik, Allen Reisner, John Frankenheimer, Paul Nickell, Jack Smight
The Alcoa Hour (1955)
The Alcoa Hour
Starring:
Diane Cilento, Keenan Wynn, Nanette Fabray, Lillian Gish, Mary Wickes, Vincent Price, Anne Bancroft
Directed By:
Robert Mulligan, Herbert Hirschman, Norman Felton, Sidney Lumet, Kirk Browning
Empire Falls (2005)
Empire Falls
TV-14
Starring:
Philip Seymour Hoffman, Aidan Quinn, Robin Wright, Paul Newman, Helen Hunt, Dennis Farina
Directed By:
Fred Schepisi
General Electric Theater (1953)
General Electric Theater
Starring:
Marion Ross, Bob Crane, James Franciscus, Chico Marx, Lou Costello, Rod Taylor, Greer Garson
Directed By:
Herschel Daugherty, Don Medford, James Neilson, Jules Bricken, Mitchell Leisen
Freedom: A History of Us (2003)
Freedom: A History of Us
Starring:
Matthew Broderick, Ving Rhames, Jennifer Aniston, Stanley Tucci, Al Roker, Matthew McConaughey, Whoopi Goldberg
Directed By:
Philip Kunhardt III, Peter W. Kunhardt, Nancy Steiner

Joanne Woodward Awards

Academy Awards
The Three Faces of Eve Best Actress in a Leading Role 1958
Golden Globe Awards
Breathing Lessons Best Performance by an Actress in a Miniseries or Motion Picture Made for Television 1995
Rachel, Rachel Best Actress - Drama 1969
The Three Faces of Eve Best Actress - Drama 1958
Primetime Emmy Awards
American Masters Outstanding Informational Special 1990
Do You Remember Love Outstanding Lead Actress in a Limited Series or a Special 1985
See How She Runs Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama or Comedy Special 1978
BAFTA Awards
Summer Wishes, Winter Dreams Best Actress 1975