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List of Judy Holliday Movies: Ranked Best To Worst

1. Adam's Rib (1949)
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Adam's Rib
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Adam and his wife Amanda who are both lawyers find themselves on the same case, on opposite sides. The case which involves a woman, who shot her cheating husband, turns their domestic life upside down.

As:
Cast
Role:
Doris Attinger
Director:
Genres:
Drama, Comedy, Romance
Star Cast:
Katharine Hepburn, Spencer Tracy, Tom Ewell, David Wayne
2. On the Town (1949)
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2
On the Town
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2

Gabey, Chip and Ozzie are three sailors who are on a 24-hour leave in New York City, and they decide to make every second count. However, things get complicated when all three of them fall in love with three different women.

As:
Cast
Director:
Genres:
Comedy, Musical, Romance
Star Cast:
Frank Sinatra, Bea Benaderet, Gene Kelly, Betty Garrett, Ann Miller, Jules Munshin
3. Born Yesterday (1950)
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2
Born Yesterday
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2
As:
Cast
Role:
Billie Dawn
Director:
Genres:
Romance, Drama, Comedy
Star Cast:
Broderick Crawford, William Holden, Howard St. John, Frank Otto
Awards:
Academy Award for Best Actress in a Leading Role, Golden Globe Award for Best Actress - Comedy or Musical
4. The Solid Gold Cadillac (1956)
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The Solid Gold Cadillac
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2
As:
Cast
Role:
Laura Partridge
Director:
Richard Quine
Genres:
Comedy, Romance
Star Cast:
George Burns, Paul Douglas, Hiram Sherman, Fred Clark
5. It Should Happen to You (1954)
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3
It Should Happen to You
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3
As:
Cast
Role:
Gladys Glover
Director:
Genres:
Comedy, Romance
Star Cast:
Jack Lemmon, Michael O'Shea, Peter Lawford, Vaughn Taylor
6. The Marrying Kind (1952)
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The Marrying Kind
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2

Florence and Chet Keefer, arrive in front of Judge Anne B. Carroll asking for a divorce. When the judge asks them to recount the story of their marriage, they reveal a story of loss, pain, jealousy, and love which ultimately leads them to try and save their marriage. 

As:
Cast
Role:
Florence (Florrie) Keefer
Director:
Genres:
Drama, Comedy
Star Cast:
Charles Bronson, Aldo Ray, Madge Kennedy, Sheila Bond
8. Winged Victory (1944)
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2
Winged Victory
10
2

Pinky Scariano, Allan Ross, and Frankie Davis decide to join the Air Forces in order to become pilots. During the training period, they meet and become friends with Bobby Grills and Irving Miller, and they together struggle through the extremely difficult training. However, their tests seem way more difficult than they had expected, and therefore, it seems that not all of them might succeed.  

As:
Cast
Director:
Genres:
Drama, War
Star Cast:
Jeanne Crain, George Reeves, Mark Daniels, Edmond O'Brien, Lon McCallister
9. Phffft (1954)
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2
Phffft
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As:
Cast
Role:
Nina Tracey
Director:
Mark Robson
Genres:
Comedy, Romance
Star Cast:
Jack Lemmon, Luella Gear, Jack Carson, Kim Novak
10. Full of Life (1956)
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2
Full of Life
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2
As:
Cast
Role:
Emily Rocco
Director:
Richard Quine
Genres:
Comedy, Drama
Star Cast:
Richard Conte, Salvatore Baccaloni, Joe De Santis, Esther Minciotti
11. Greenwich Village (1944)
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2
Greenwich Village
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2

An aspiring composer, Kenneth Harvey, moves to a Greenwich Village, where he meets Danny O’Hara, a club owner who puts together a musical show. Thinking of Kenneth as an easy mark, Danny thinks of taking advantage of him. However, his singing star Bonnie, tries to prevent this, as she develops a liking for Kenneth.  

As:
Cast
Director:
Walter Lang
Genres:
Musical
Star Cast:
Don Ameche, Carmen Miranda, Adolph Green, Felix Bressart, William Bendix
12. Too Much Johnson (1938)
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3
Too Much Johnson
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3

Too Much Johnson is a silent comedy film, which tells the story of a man, who finds out that the woman he loves, is seeing another man. Therefore, he acts like a villain and starts to chase him down. 

As:
Cast
Director:
Genres:
Comedy
Star Cast:
Orson Welles, Joseph Cotten, Mary Wickes, Edgar Barrier, Virginia Nicolson
13. Something for the Boys (1944)
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Something for the Boys
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3

Something for the Boys is a musical comedy film which revolves around three cousins who inherit a plantation in Kentucky. However it soon appears that the place is in shambles. Things take a turn when Sergeant Rocky Fulton offers to fix up the place on one condition; that they will make it a hostel for military wives.

As:
Cast
Director:
Lewis Seiler
Genres:
Comedy, Musical
Star Cast:
Rory Calhoun, Carmen Miranda, Sheila Ryan, Phil Silvers, Vivian Blaine, Michael O'Shea

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Judy Holliday Awards

Academy Awards
Born Yesterday Best Actress in a Leading Role 1951
Golden Globe Awards
Born Yesterday Best Actress - Comedy or Musical 1951