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List of Julie Andrews Movies: Ranked Best To Worst

1. The Sound of Music (1965)
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3
The Sound of Music
105
3

The 5 Academy Awards-winning popular musical film depicts the story of Maria, an aspiring nun who is assigned to be governess to 7 motherless children of naval officer, Captain Von Trapp. Her love wins over the initially hostile children, and later she marries the Captain. When he opposes the Nazi commission, the couple with their children decides to flee from Austria. 

As:
Cast
Role:
Maria
Director:
Robert Wise
Genres:
Drama, Romance, Biography, Musical, Family
Star Cast:
Eleanor Parker, Christopher Plummer, Richard Haydn, Peggy Wood
Awards:
Golden Globe Award for Best Actress - Comedy or Musical
2. Mary Poppins (1964)
99
3
Mary Poppins
G
99
3

Uptight banker, George Banks, is tired of his children’s shenanigans and wants to hire a strict nanny. The children, Jane and Michael are pleasantly surprised when the magical nanny Mary Poppins arrives instead. With the help of a little magic, she turns all of their lives around for the better.  

As:
Cast
Role:
Mary Poppins
Director:
Robert Stevenson
Genres:
Musical, Fantasy, Comedy, Family
Star Cast:
Dick Van Dyke, Elsa Lanchester, Reta Shaw, Glynis Johns, Hermione Baddeley
Awards:
Academy Award for Best Actress in a Leading Role, Golden Globe Award for Best Actress - Comedy or Musical, BAFTA Award for Most Promising Newcomer to Leading Film Roles, Grammy Award for Best Recording for Children
3. Victor Victoria (1982)
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12
Victor Victoria
PG
62
12

Victor/Victoria is a musical comedy film which tells the story of a woman who has to be pretending to be a man pretending to be a woman, for a show. However, this leads to various complications in her life.  

As:
Cast
Role:
Victoria Grant
Director:
Genres:
Romance, Comedy, Musical, Music
Star Cast:
James Garner, Lesley Ann Warren, John Rhys-Davies, Robert Preston, Alex Karras
Awards:
Golden Globe Award for Best Actress in a Motion Picture - Comedy or Musical
5. Thoroughly Modern Millie (1967)
49
8
Thoroughly Modern Millie
G
49
8
As:
Cast
Role:
Millie Dillmount
Director:
George Roy Hill
Genres:
Musical, Comedy, Romance
Star Cast:
Mary Tyler Moore, James Fox, John Gavin, Carol Channing
6. The Princess Diaries (2001)
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1
The Princess Diaries
G
64
1

Launching Anne Hathaway into stardom, The Princess Diaries is a teen comedy film that showcases the transformation of an ordinary 16-year-old schoolgirl from San Francisco into the princess of Genovia. Mia Thermopolis is a high school student who suddenly discovers that she is royalty and tries to learn the nuances of becoming a princess from her grandmother whilst navigating school life.

As:
Cast
Role:
Queen Clarisse Renaldi
Director:
Genres:
Romance, Family, Comedy
Star Cast:
Anne Hathaway, Mandy Moore, Sandra Oh, Hector Elizondo, Heather Matarazzo
7. Julie Andrews: One to One (1975)
10
3
Julie Andrews: One to One
10
3

The hour long TV special hosted by Julie Andrews and Stan Mooneyham featured the ever-popular Muppets. Brewster begins a conversation with Stan leading to the song “The Chain of Life”. Kermit then joins to tell the story of the redemption of the kingdom of Phumph. 

As:
Cast
Role:
Herself - Host
Genres:
Music
Star Cast:
Frank Oz, Jerry Nelson, Dave Goelz, Jim Henson
8. Aquaman (2018)
20
6
Aquaman
PG-13
20
6

Half human-half Atlantean Arthur, learns that he is the legitimate king of the underwater kingdom of Atlantis. However, Atlantis is under his half-brother Orm who aims to join the seven underwater forces in a battle against those living on land. Arthur, along with Mera, must now find Trident of Atlan to reclaim his kingship and avert a possible war. But Orm is pursuing them. 

As:
Cast
Role:
Karathen
Director:
James Wan
Genres:
Sci-Fi, Action, Adventure
9. The Pink Panther Strikes Again (1976)
18
10
The Pink Panther Strikes Again
PG
18
10

Inspector Jacques Clouseau’s incompetence lands chief inspector Charles Dreyfus in a psychiatric hospital. Clouseau’s visit on the day of his release results in a relapse, but Dreyfus manages to escape the hospital. When he fails to kill Clouseau, he organises a criminal plot threatening countries with annihilation if they don’t kill Clouseau for him. 

As:
Cast
Director:
Genres:
Crime, Comedy
Star Cast:
Peter Sellers, Omar Sharif, Chris Langham, Lesley-Anne Down, Leonard Rossiter, Herbert Lom, Colin Blakely
12. The Princess Diaries 2: Royal Engagement (2004)
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3
The Princess Diaries 2: Royal Engagement
G
48
3

Princess Mia Thermopolis has just graduated from Princeton. She returns to Genovia, only to find that she must marry within a month or lose her right as heir to the throne. She must also contend with her feelings for Lord Devereaux whose scheming uncle Viscount Mabrey wants his nephew to become the next king. 

As:
Cast
Role:
Queen Clarisse Renaldi
Director:
Genres:
Comedy, Romance, Family
Star Cast:
13. Darling Lili (1970)
28
4
Darling Lili
G
28
4
As:
Cast
Role:
Lili Smith
Director:
Genres:
Drama, Romance, Comedy, Musical, War
Star Cast:
Rock Hudson, Lance Percival, Jeremy Kemp, Michael Witney
14. The Tamarind Seed (1974)
19
3
The Tamarind Seed
PG
19
3
As:
Cast
Role:
Judith Farrow
Director:
Genres:
Romance, Drama
Star Cast:
Omar Sharif, Dan O'Herlihy, Anthony Quayle, Sylvia Syms
15. Star! (1968)
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8
Star!
G
19
8
As:
Cast
Role:
Gertrude Lawrence
Director:
Robert Wise
Genres:
Romance, Biography, Comedy, Drama, History, Musical
Star Cast:
Robert Reed, Richard Crenna, Michael Craig, Daniel Massey
19. Relative Values (2000)
14
5
Relative Values
PG
14
5
As:
Cast
Role:
Felicity Marshwood
Director:
Eric Styles
Genres:
Comedy
Star Cast:
Colin Firth, Stephen Fry, Edward Atterton, William Baldwin
20. 10 (1979)
14
7
10
R
14
7

A well-known Hollywood composer is going through midlife crisis, when he finds himself infatuated with a newly married young woman. He becomes so obsessed that he decides to follow her to Mexico.

As:
Cast
Role:
Samantha Taylor
Director:
Genres:
Romance, Comedy
Star Cast:
Dudley Moore, Bo Derek, Brian Dennehy, Dee Wallace, Robert Webber
21. That's Life! (1986)
13
5
That's Life!
PG-13
13
5
As:
Cast
Role:
Gillian Fairchild
Director:
Genres:
Drama, Comedy
Star Cast:
Jack Lemmon, Robert Loggia, Sally Kellerman, Jennifer Edwards
22. Tooth Fairy (2010)
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2
Tooth Fairy
PG
24
2

A little girl is heartbroken after a hockey player tells her that tooth fairies don’t exist. He is soon summoned to the fairy world, and is punished with a sentence to serve two weeks as a real-life tooth fairy. 

As:
Cast
Director:
Michael Lembeck
Genres:
Sport, Comedy, Fantasy, Family
23. The Man Who Loved Women (1983)
8
5
The Man Who Loved Women
R
8
5
As:
Cast
Role:
Marianna
Director:
Genres:
Romance, Comedy, Drama
Star Cast:
Burt Reynolds, Kim Basinger, Cynthia Sikes, Marilu Henner, Kim Basinger
25. The Boys: The Sherman Brothers' Story (2009)
5
0
The Boys: The Sherman Brothers' Story
PG
5
0
As:
Cast
Role:
Herself
Director:
Gregory V. Sherman, Jeff Sherman
Genres:
Documentary
Star Cast:
Micky Dolenz, Jim Dale, Roy Edward Disney, Karen Dotrice
26. Duet for One (1986)
16
2
Duet for One
R
16
2
As:
Cast
Role:
Stephanie Anderson
Director:
Andrey Konchalovskiy
Genres:
Drama
Star Cast:
Liam Neeson, Max von Sydow, Rupert Everett, Alan Bates
27. Cin cin (1992)
4
4
Cin cin
PG-13
4
4
As:
Cast
Role:
Mrs. Pamela Piquet
Director:
Gene Saks
Genres:
Comedy, Romance
Star Cast:
Marcello Mastroianni, Jean-Pierre Castaldi, Jonathan Cecil, Ian Fitzgibbon

TV Movie(s)

1. Julie and Carol at Carnegie Hall (1962)
11
1
Julie and Carol at Carnegie Hall
11
1
As:
Cast
Role:
Herself / Maria von Trapp
Director:
Joe Hamilton
Genres:
Comedy, Music, Documentary
Star Cast:
Carol Burnett, Randy Doney
2. Cinderella (1957)
13
1
Cinderella
13
1
As:
Cast
Role:
Cinderella
Director:
Ralph Nelson
Genres:
Romance, Musical, Comedy, Fantasy, Family
Star Cast:
Alice Ghostley, Dorothy Stickney, Kaye Ballard, Howard Lindsay, Ilka Chase
3. Victor/Victoria (1995)
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4
Victor/Victoria
24
4
As:
Cast
Role:
Victor / Victoria
Director:
Blake Edwards, Matthew Diamond, Goro Kobayashi
Genres:
Musical, Comedy
Star Cast:
Tony Roberts, Michael Nouri, Gregory Jbara, Rachel York
4. One Special Night (1999)
27
2
One Special Night
PG
27
2
As:
Cast
Role:
Catherine
Director:
Roger Young
Genres:
Romance, Drama
Star Cast:
James Garner, Patricia Charbonneau, Stewart Bick, Stacy Grant
5. Johnny Mercer: The Dream's on Me (2009)
2
1
Johnny Mercer: The Dream's on Me
2
1
As:
Cast
Role:
Herself
Director:
Bruce Ricker
Genres:
Documentary
Star Cast:
Lauren Bacall, Fred Astaire, Bill Charlap, Harold Arlen, Louis Armstrong
6. Our Sons (1991)
9
1
Our Sons
9
1
As:
Cast
Role:
Audrey Grant
Director:
John Erman
Genres:
Drama
Star Cast:
Hugh Grant, Ann-Margret, Tony Roberts, Zeljko Ivanek
7. On Golden Pond (2001)
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3
On Golden Pond
15
3
As:
Cast
Role:
Ethel Thayer
Director:
Martin Pasetta, Ernest Thompson
Genres:
Drama
Star Cast:
Christopher Plummer, Glenne Headly, Sam Robards, Brett Cullen
8. The Gentle Flame (1959)
0
1
The Gentle Flame
0
1
As:
Cast
Role:
Trissa
Genres:
Musical
Star Cast:
John Fraser, Jay Denyer, Pauline Loring, Jean Dallas
9. The 69th Annual Academy Awards (1997)
5
2
The 69th Annual Academy Awards
5
2
As:
Cast
Role:
Herself - Presenter: Honorary Award to Michael Kidd
Director:
Louis J. Horvitz, Shanda Sawyer
Star Cast:
Billy Crystal, Muhammad Ali, Joan Allen, John Alton, David LeRoy Anderson
10. The 73rd Annual Academy Awards (2001)
3
1
The 73rd Annual Academy Awards
3
1
As:
Cast
Role:
Herself - Presenter: Honorary Award to Ernest Lehman
Director:
Louis J. Horvitz, Roger Goodman
Genres:
Family
Star Cast:
Steve Martin, Ben Affleck, Debbie Allen, Joan Allen

Animation(s)

Despicable Me (2010)
Despicable Me
TV-PG
Plot:

Gru, a supervillain with an army of minions, decides to pull of the greatest heist in history by stealing the moon after his rival Vector successfully steals the Great Pyramid of Giza. He gets more than he bargained for when he adopts three cookie-selling orphan girls to infiltrate Vector's impenetrable base to retrieve a shrink-ray gun he needs.

As:
Cast
Role:
Gru's Mom
Director:
Pierre Coffin, Chris Renaud
Genres:
Adventure, Family, Animation, Comedy
La rosa di Bagdad (1949)
La rosa di Bagdad
As:
Cast
Director:
Anton Gino Domenighini
Genres:
Fantasy, Animation
Star Cast:
Stefano Sibaldi, Germana Calderini, Giulio Panicali, Olinto Cristina
Shrek 2 (2004)
Shrek 2
TV-PG
Plot:

The second film in the Shrek film franchise, Shrek 2 follows the newlyweds Shrek and Fiona as they go to visit Fiona’s parents who are organizing a royal ball to celebrate their marriage. The movie went on to become the highest-grossing film of 2004 worldwide.

As:
Cast
Role:
Queen
Director:
Conrad Vernon, Andrew Adamson, Kelly Asbury
Genres:
Comedy, Adventure, Animation, Family, Romance, Fantasy
Enchanted (2007)
Enchanted
PG
Plot:

Giselle, a beautiful maiden in the animated fairytale kingdom of Andalasia, is preparing for her marriage with handsome Prince Edward when evil Queen Narissa banishes her to the gritty world of New York City. She becomes conflicted about true love after developing feelings for Robert, a cynical divorced lawyer who helps her cope with the real world.

As:
Cast
Director:
Kevin Lima
Genres:
Family, Fantasy, Romance, Musical, Comedy, Animation
Shrek Forever After (2010)
Shrek Forever After
PG
Plot:

Shrek, bored of his uneventful domestic life, longs for his past as a fearsome ogre and naively signs a contract with devious dealmaker Rumpelstiltskin to return to a day before he met Fiona or his friend Donkey. However, he soon learns that in this alternate Far Far Away kingdom, ruled by Rumpel, Shrek was never born.

As:
Cast
Role:
Queen
Director:
Mike Mitchell
Genres:
Animation, Family, Fantasy, Adventure, Comedy
Despicable Me 3 (2017)
Despicable Me 3
PG
Plot:

Former super-villain turned agent for Anti-Villain League (AVL), Gru, is fired by the AVL for failing to capture Balthazar Bratt, a former child actor turned evil. While the mischievous minions hope, Gru will now return to crime, instead, he travels to Freedonia to meet his long lost twin brother, Dru, and they team up to bring Balthazar down. 

As:
Cast
Director:
Kyle Balda, Pierre Coffin, Eric Guillon
Genres:
Sci-Fi, Comedy, Family, Adventure, Animation, Action
Shrek the Third (2007)
Shrek the Third
PG
Plot:

King Harold of Far, Far Away land is dying and Shrek is unwilling to wear the crown. So he sets out with Donkey and Puss in Boots, to bring the King’s nephew, Artie, back from magic school and crown him instead. In his absence, the evil Prince Charming with his army takes over the land. Shrek, Artie and Fiona must now defeat the villain and regain the kingdom.

As:
Cast
Role:
Queen
Director:
Chris Miller, Raman Hui
Genres:
Comedy, Family, Fantasy, Adventure, Animation
The Cat That Looked at a King (2004)
The Cat That Looked at a King
As:
Cast
Role:
Mary Poppins
Director:
Dave Bossert, Peter Schneider
Genres:
Comedy, Fantasy, Family, Animation, Short
Star Cast:
David Ogden Stiers, Olivia DeLaurentis, Dylan Cash, Sarah Ferguson

TV Shows and Videos

Paraíso Filmes (2002)
Paraíso Filmes
As:
Cast
Director:
Carlos Barreto
Genres:
Comedy
Star Cast:
José Pedro Gomes, António Feio, Carla Salgueiro, Carlos Curto
Julie (1992)
Julie
As:
Cast
Role:
Julie Carlyle-McGuire
Director:
Blake Edwards
Genres:
Comedy
Star Cast:
Rider Strong, Robert Wagner, Eugene Roche, James Farentino, Hayley Tyrie
Bridgerton (2020)
Bridgerton
TV-MA
As:
Cast
Role:
Lady Whistledown
Genres:
Drama, Romance
Krystal Harris: Supergirl (2002)
Krystal Harris: Supergirl
As:
Cast
Role:
Queen Clarisse Renaldi
Genres:
Music, Short
Star Cast:
Anne Hathaway, Krystal, Hector Elizondo, Heather Matarazzo

Julie Andrews Awards

Academy Awards
Mary Poppins Best Actress in a Leading Role 1965
Golden Globe Awards
Victor Victoria Best Actress in a Motion Picture - Comedy or Musical 1983
Winner World Film Favorite - Female 1968
Winner World Film Favorite - Female 1967
The Sound of Music Best Actress - Comedy or Musical 1966
Mary Poppins Best Actress - Comedy or Musical 1965
Primetime Emmy Awards
Broadway: The American Musical Outstanding Nonfiction Series 2005
The Julie Andrews Hour Outstanding Variety Musical Series 1973
BAFTA Awards
Winner Outstanding British Contribution to Cinema 1989
Mary Poppins Most Promising Newcomer to Leading Film Roles 1965
Grammy Awards
Winner Lifetime Achievement Award 2011
Winner Best Spoken Word Album for Children 2011
Mary Poppins Best Recording for Children 1965