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List of Lana Turner Movies: Ranked Best To Worst

1. Singin' in the Rain (1952)
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6
Singin' in the Rain
G
16
6

Considered as the ‘greatest musical,’ the film depicts silent era’s popular on-screen pair Don Lockwood and Lina Lamont who are perceived as real-life couple by many, including Lina. When their movie is transformed into a musical, Don sails through beautifully, while Lina’s shrill voice is secretly dubbed by Kathy Selden whom Don is dating. What happens when Lina finds out the truth? 

Starring:
Debbie Reynolds, Gene Kelly, Rita Moreno, Donald O'Connor, Jean Hagen
Directed By:
2. The Postman Always Rings Twice (1946)
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2
The Postman Always Rings Twice
23
2

Nick Smith, owner of a roadside diner, hires a drifter Frank Chambers to work at his restaurant. Soon, Frank begins an affair with Nick’s pretty wife Cora. The two eventually think of murdering Nick as well as seizing all his assets. Although they succeed, a local prosecutor Kyle starts to suspect them.

Role:
Cora Smith
Starring:
John Garfield, Hume Cronyn, Cecil Kellaway, Leon Ames
Directed By:
Tay Garnett
3. The Bad and the Beautiful (1952)
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3
The Bad and the Beautiful
17
3

The Bad and the Beautiful is an American drama film which tells the story of a film producer who starts to distance himself from everyone around him. The film then shows us his past in a series of flashbacks.

Role:
Georgia Lorrison
Starring:
Kirk Douglas, Walter Pidgeon, Dick Powell, Barry Sullivan
Directed By:
4. Imitation of Life (1959)
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6
Imitation of Life
18
6

Imitation of Life is a drama film which tells the story of two mothers, who are facing problems in dealing with the rebellious nature of their young daughters.

Role:
Lora Meredith
Starring:
Sandra Dee, Elinor Donahue, Robert Alda, John Gavin, Susan Kohner
Directed By:
Douglas Sirk
5. Strictly G.I. (1943)
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5
Strictly G.I.
11
5

This short film revolves around radio programs in which various film stars had appeared to perform in accordance to requests from American servicemen stationed around the world.

Role:
Herself - Guest Star
Starring:
Bob Hope, Judy Garland, Ken Carpenter, Betty Hutton
6. Madame X (1966)
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4
Madame X
24
4
Role:
Holly Parker
Starring:
John Forsythe, Ricardo Montalban, Burgess Meredith, John Van Dreelen
Directed By:
David Lowell Rich
7. Peyton Place (1957)
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3
Peyton Place
20
3

Peyton Place is a drama film which takes us to a small town in New England, where the townspeople are known to have high moral standards, which they try to pass on to their children. However, when a young woman is tried for murder, it begins to reveal several scandals and hypocrisies.

Role:
Constance MacKenzie
Starring:
Lorne Greene, Lee Philips, Arthur Kennedy, Lloyd Nolan, Russ Tamblyn
Directed By:
Mark Robson
8. The Three Musketeers (1948)
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2
The Three Musketeers
18
2

The Three Musketeers is an action adventure drama film which revolves around D’Artagnan, a young provincial noble who comes to Paris, hoping to become a Musketeer. Throughout his journey, he meets love, and also gets involved in politics. Meanwhile, he also develops a friendship with three Musketeers.

Role:
Lady de Winter
Starring:
Directed By:
George Sidney
9. Topper (1937)
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4
Topper
12
4

George and Marion are a rich but irresponsible couple. After an accident due to reckless driving, they soon find themselves as ghosts. They realize that they have neither been good enough to be sent to heaven, nor have committed any evil deeds to be sent to hell. They decide that they should free their old friend Cosmo Topper from his strict lifestyle, as this will be their “good deed” which will give them their ticket to heaven.

Starring:
Cary Grant, Billie Burke, Alan Mowbray, Constance Bennett
Directed By:
Norman Z. McLeod
10. Johnny Eager (1941)
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3
Johnny Eager
17
3
Role:
Lisbeth Bard
Starring:
Robert Taylor, Robert Sterling, Edward Arnold, Van Heflin
Directed By:
Mervyn LeRoy
11. They Won't Forget (1937)
12
6
They Won't Forget
12
6
Role:
Mary Clay
Starring:
Claude Rains, Otto Kruger, Gloria Dickson, Allyn Joslyn
Directed By:
Mervyn LeRoy
12. Green Dolphin Street (1947)
17
3
Green Dolphin Street
17
3
Role:
Marianne Patourel
Starring:
Donna Reed, Frank Morgan, Van Heflin, Richard Hart
Directed By:
Victor Saville
13. Homecoming (1948)
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2
Homecoming
17
2

Self-centered Dr. Ulysses Johnson joins the army during WWII, but is censured by friend Dr. Sunday as being unsentimental towards his patients. Johnson meets Nurse Jane ‘Snapshot’ McCall during the voyage, falls in love with her and learns enormously from her; but feels guilty about betraying wife Penny. After experiencing the horrors of war, Dr. Johnson who returns home, is a changed person. 

Role:
Lt. Jane 'Snapshot' McCall
Starring:
Clark Gable, Anne Baxter, John Hodiak, Ray Collins
Directed By:
Mervyn LeRoy
14. Ziegfeld Girl (1941)
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2
Ziegfeld Girl
15
2
Role:
Sheila Regan
Starring:
James Stewart, Hedy Lamarr, Judy Garland, Jackie Cooper, Tony Martin
Directed By:
Robert Z. Leonard, Busby Berkeley
15. Portrait in Black (1960)
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2
Portrait in Black
16
2

Glamorous socialite Sheila Cabot devises a plan to be free of her ailing tyrannical husband while retaining his fortune by convincing her lover, Dr. David Rivera, to poison him during his treatment. One death leads to another after they are blackmailed for the crime, and the plot is further complicated when the doctor threatens to confess.

Role:
Sheila Cabot
Starring:
Ray Walston, Anthony Quinn, Anna May Wong, Sandra Dee, Richard Basehart, John Saxon
Directed By:
Michael Gordon
16. Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde (1941)
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3
Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde
13
3

Dr. Jekyll believes that every individual has a good side and an evil side, and to explore his evil side, he creates a potion that transforms him into Mr. Hyde, his dark and evil side, which kills Ivy, a woman who had expressed interest in Jekyll, and Sir Charles, the father of Jekyll’s fiancée.

Role:
Beatrix Emery
Starring:
Ingrid Bergman, Spencer Tracy, Donald Crisp, Ian Hunter
Directed By:
17. Love Finds Andy Hardy (1938)
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4
Love Finds Andy Hardy
12
4

Love Finds Andy Hardy is a romantic comedy film which tells the story of Andy Hardy, the teen son of Judge James K Hardy, who gets entangled with three different girls at the same time.  

Starring:
Mickey Rooney, Judy Garland, Lewis Stone, Cecilia Parker
Directed By:
George B. Seitz
18. Week-End at the Waldorf (1945)
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3
Week-End at the Waldorf
13
3

The setting of this movie, based on the 1932 classic Grand Hotel, is the luxurious Waldorf-Astoria hotel in New York and the focus is on a group of guest who are staying there during a weekend. Among them are a lone actress and a war correspondent who meet just by chance, a soldier awaiting to undergo a critical surgery and a cub reporter trying to expose a dubious deal.

Role:
Bunny Smith
Starring:
Ginger Rogers, Keenan Wynn, Van Johnson, Walter Pidgeon, Edward Arnold
Directed By:
Robert Z. Leonard
19. Slightly Dangerous (1943)
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3
Slightly Dangerous
13
3

After being bored with her life, a waitress, leaves her city, and decides to go to New York for a makeover. However, after a freak accident, she is believed to be the daughter of wealthy industrialist gone missing, which causes comic consequences.  

Role:
Peggy Evans aka Carol Burden
Starring:
Walter Brennan, Eugene Pallette, Robert Young, May Whitty
Directed By:
Wesley Ruggles
20. The Great Garrick (1937)
10
4
The Great Garrick
10
4

This historical comedy film, tells the story of the famous eighteenth-century British actor David Garrick, who travels to France to star in a guest appearance at the French National Theater. However, when French actors hear rumors that the main reason for his trip is to teach them the art of acting, they decide to play a prank on him to teach him a lesson.  

Starring:
Olivia de Havilland, Brian Aherne, Edward Everett Horton, Lionel Atwill
Directed By:
James Whale
21. Flame and the Flesh (1954)
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2
Flame and the Flesh
13
2

Flame and the Flesh is a drama film which tells the story of a woman Madeline, who gets evicted from her apartment, as she is unable to pay the rent. A musician named Ciccio Duvario takes pity on her, and invites her home, but due to her manipulative nature, she starts taking advantage of his kindness.

Role:
Madeline
Starring:
Pier Angeli, Bonar Colleano, Charles Goldner, Carlos Thompson
Directed By:
Richard Brooks
22. Honky Tonk (1941)
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2
Honky Tonk
11
2

Con-man ‘Candy’ Johnson manages to escape an angry crowd and travels to a small town, Yellow Creek, where he pretends to be an altruist to impress Elizabeth Cotton, daughter of ‘Judge’ Cotton, another sharpster like Candy. Soon, returning to his old ways, Candy tries to control the town. When he marries Elizabeth, Judge exposes Candy’s true intentions. Will they be happy together?  

Role:
Elizabeth Cotton
Starring:
Clark Gable, Frank Morgan, Claire Trevor, Marjorie Main
Directed By:
Jack Conway
23. The Sea Chase (1955)
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2
The Sea Chase
12
2
Role:
Elsa Keller
Starring:
James Arness, Claude Akins, John Wayne, Lyle Bettger, Tab Hunter, David Farrar
Directed By:
24. Cass Timberlane (1947)
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2
Cass Timberlane
13
2

Cass Timberlane, a middle-aged small-town judge with an immaculate reputation, falls in love with and marries Virginia ‘Jinny’ Marshland, a working-class girl, which creates ripples in his society. Feeling restless with the staid life, Jinny gets involved with Cass’s friend Bradd Criley, and leaving Cass, goes away with Bradd. Will she ever return to Cass? Can they share the same bond again?

Role:
Virginia 'Ginny' Marshland
Starring:
Spencer Tracy, Mary Astor, Tom Drake, Zachary Scott
Directed By:
George Sidney
25. A Life of Her Own (1950)
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2
A Life of Her Own
14
2

Lily James moves from Kansas to New York and becomes a top model even though her friend and mentor, top model Mary, commits suicide. Lily then falls in love with mine-owner, Steve Harleigh, who is married to the paraplegic Nora. As the two begin an affair, Lily experiences a change of heart after meeting Nora. 

Role:
Lily Brannel James
Starring:
Ray Milland, Tom Ewell, Ann Dvorak, Louis Calhern
Directed By:
26. Four's a Crowd (1938)
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4
Four's a Crowd
10
4

Realizing that Pat Buckley, owner of the paper, is planning to close it down, reporter Jean Christy suggests that he hire former employee,  Robert Lansford, now in public relation business, to improve the paper’s circulation. Initially unwilling, Robert agrees to take up the assignment only after he learns that Pat is dating Lorri, whose grandfather is a millionaire.  

Starring:
Errol Flynn, Rosalind Russell, Olivia de Havilland, Patric Knowles, Walter Connolly
Directed By:
27. Du Barry Was a Lady (1943)
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4
Du Barry Was a Lady
11
4

Coatroom attendant, Louis Blore, adores the nightclub's star singer, May Daly, who is in love with poor dancer Alec Howe but wants to marry an arrogant patron for money. When Louis wins a huge sum in sweepstakes, he immediately wants to marry May, but after having a spiked drink, slips into a dream that changes his perspective.

Starring:
Lucille Ball, Red Skelton, Ava Gardner, Gene Kelly, Zero Mostel, Red Skelton
Directed By:
Roy Del Ruth
28. Keep Your Powder Dry (1945)
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5
Keep Your Powder Dry
11
5

Keep Your Powder Dry is an American drama film which tells the story of three women who join the Women's Army Corps during World War II. It portrays how they try to adjust to the difficulties in their new lives. 

Role:
Valerie Parks
Starring:
Agnes Moorehead, Laraine Day, Susan Peters, Bill Johnson
Directed By:
Edward Buzzell
29. Diane (1956)
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2
Diane
12
2

In the 16th Century France, King Francis I asks Diane de Poitier to tutor his son Henri, which leads to a romance between the two. Diane becomes mistress of Prince Henri who later becomes King Henri II. Though he gets married to Catherine de Medici, Diane continues to be his mistress, and an influential advisor. After Henri’s death, Catherine sends rival Diane away.

Role:
Diane de Poitiers - Countess de Breze
Starring:
Roger Moore, Marisa Pavan, Cedric Hardwicke, Pedro Armendáriz
Directed By:
David Miller
30. Dramatic School (1938)
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4
Dramatic School
9
4

An acting student, who attends the prestigious Paris School of Drama during the day, works at a factory at night. After she meets a charming nobleman, she starts lying to her fellow students telling them that she is his lover. 

Role:
Mado
Starring:
Luise Rainer, Paulette Goddard, Genevieve Tobin, Alan Marshal
Directed By:
Robert B. Sinclair
31. Dancing Co-Ed (1939)
9
4
Dancing Co-Ed
9
4
Role:
Patty Marlow
Starring:
Richard Carlson, Ann Rutherford, Lee Bowman, Artie Shaw and His Orchestra
Directed By:
S. Sylvan Simon
32. Rich Man, Poor Girl (1938)
10
3
Rich Man, Poor Girl
10
3
Role:
Helen
Starring:
Robert Young, Lew Ayres, Ruth Hussey, Rita Johnson
Directed By:
Reinhold Schünzel
33. Bachelor in Paradise (1961)
10
5
Bachelor in Paradise
10
5
Role:
Rosemary Howard
Starring:
Bob Hope, Agnes Moorehead, Janis Paige, Jim Hutton, Paula Prentiss
Directed By:
Jack Arnold
34. Betrayed (1954)
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2
Betrayed
10
2

A war drama film adapted from a screenplay by Ronald Millar and George Froeschel, Betrayed is set in the Nazi-occupied Netherlands during World War II. It revolves around Colonel Pieter Deventer, an intelligence agent of the exiled Dutch government who is now involved in the Dutch resistance movement.

 

Role:
Carla Van Oven
Starring:
Victor Mature, Clark Gable, Louis Calhern, O.E. Hasse
Directed By:
Gottfried Reinhardt
35. Calling Dr. Kildare (1939)
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3
Calling Dr. Kildare
9
3

Dr. James Kildare’s mentor, Dr. Gillespie, assigns him to a street clinic to gain realistic experience and stations Nurse Mary to spy on him. Kildare is called to take a bullet out of wounded Nick Lewett. Despite recognizing Nick as a murder suspect, Kildare believes in his claims of innocence and besotted with Nick’s sister Rosalie, decides to help her find real murderer.

Role:
Rosalie
Starring:
Lionel Barrymore, Laraine Day, Nat Pendleton, Lew Ayres
Directed By:
Harold S. Bucquet
36. These Glamour Girls (1939)
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3
These Glamour Girls
9
3
Role:
Jane Thomas
Starring:
Richard Carlson, Jane Bryan, Lew Ayres, Tom Brown
Directed By:
S. Sylvan Simon
37. The Rains of Ranchipur (1955)
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2
The Rains of Ranchipur
13
2

Stuck in a loveless marriage, British aristocrat, Lord Esketh, and his wife, Lady Edwina, arrive in Ranchipur, India to purchase some horses. When Esketh announces his intention to divorce her on returning to England, Edwina tries to seduce physician Dr. Rama Safti. Eventually the two fall in true love, but fate has other plans for them. 

Role:
Lady Edwina Esketh
Starring:
Richard Burton, Fred MacMurray, John Banner, Michael Rennie, Joan Caulfield
Directed By:
Jean Negulesco
38. Somewhere I'll Find You (1942)
10
2
Somewhere I'll Find You
10
2

Jonny and Kirk Davis, two brothers and war correspondents, return from Germany to the US in October 1941.  Here they are fired for muckraking and become interested in the same women, a lady reporter assigned to Pacific front. They next follow her to Indochina, ready to fight for her love, eventually reuniting in Manila on 7 December, the day USA joins the WWII. 

Role:
Paula Lane
Starring:
Clark Gable, Keenan Wynn, Robert Sterling, Patricia Dane, Reginald Owen
Directed By:
Wesley Ruggles
39. We Who Are Young (1940)
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3
We Who Are Young
9
3
Role:
Marjorie White Brooks
Starring:
Gene Lockhart, Grant Mitchell, John Shelton, Henry Armetta
Directed By:
Harold S. Bucquet
40. The Merry Widow (1952)
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2
The Merry Widow
11
2

The king of an impoverished country, orders a prince from a small kingdom to win the heart of a rich American widow so that the money stays in the country and the kingdom is saved from bankruptcy.

Role:
Crystal Radek
Starring:
Fernando Lamas, Richard Haydn, Una Merkel, Thomas Gomez
Directed By:
Curtis Bernhardt
41. The Youngest Profession (1943)
8
3
The Youngest Profession
8
3

The Youngest Profession is a comedy drama film, which revolves around a lively teenage girl Joan and her best friend Patricia, who are dedicated autograph seekers. Together they run around New York City attempting to meet celebrities and get their autographs.  

Starring:
Greer Garson, Agnes Moorehead, Virginia Weidler, John Carroll, Edward Arnold
Directed By:
Edward Buzzell
42. Two Girls on Broadway (1940)
8
3
Two Girls on Broadway
8
3
Role:
Pat Mahoney
Starring:
Kent Taylor, Joan Blondell, George Murphy, Richard Lane
Directed By:
S. Sylvan Simon
43. Another Time, Another Place (1958)
10
2
Another Time, Another Place
10
2

Set towards the end of the Second World War, the story focuses on the relationship between an American reporter stationed in London and her British counterpart, who works for BBC. Although they develop a romantic relationship she later discovers that he is married with a son. Yet, they continue with their affair, trying to sort out their problem.  

Role:
Sara Scott
Starring:
Sean Connery, Barry Sullivan, Glynis Johns, Terence Longdon
Directed By:
Lewis Allen
44. Who's Got the Action? (1962)
9
2
Who's Got the Action?
9
2

Melanie, who initially suspects that her preoccupied husband, Steve Flood, is having an affair, discovers that he is losing money on horse-betting. Concocting a plan, she persuades Steve’s associate Clint to set her up as Steve’s bookie, to save his losses. Instead, Steve starts winning, which makes the syndicate boss search for the mysterious bookie, landing Melanie in a hot spot. 

Role:
Melanie Flood
Starring:
Eddie Albert, Dean Martin, Walter Matthau, Paul Ford
Directed By:
Daniel Mann
45. The Chaser (1938)
8
3
The Chaser
8
3
Starring:
Dennis O'Keefe, Henry O'Neill, Lewis Stone, Ruth Gillette,
Directed By:
Edwin L. Marin
46. Marriage Is a Private Affair (1944)
9
3
Marriage Is a Private Affair
9
3

Theo has had several boyfriends who wanted to marry her, although she is unsure of commitment herself. However, she finally accepts the proposal of Tom West, an Air Corps Lieutenant. Unfortunately, Tom loses his father after the wedding and he has to go into the defense industry. He has to work constantly, and hardly finds any time for his wife Theo, and their baby.

Role:
Theo Scofield West
Starring:
Keenan Wynn, James Craig, Frances Gifford, John Hodiak, Hugh Marlowe
Directed By:
Robert Z. Leonard
47. The Adventures of Marco Polo (1938)
9
3
The Adventures of Marco Polo
9
3

Famed Venetian explorer Marco Polo and his assistant Binguccio, travel to Peking to seek out the palace of Chinese Emperor Kublai Khan. Upon reaching, Marco becomes a favorite of the Khan and also falls in love with the Princess Kukachin. However, he has to contend with the emperor’s devious adviser, Ahmed, who wants to overthrow the Khan. 

Starring:
Gary Cooper, George Barbier, Basil Rathbone, Binnie Barnes
Directed By:
Archie Mayo, John Cromwell
48. The Lady Takes a Flyer (1958)
10
2
The Lady Takes a Flyer
10
2
Role:
Maggie Colby
Starring:
Chuck Connors, Richard Denning, Jeff Chandler, Andra Martin
Directed By:
Jack Arnold
49. By Love Possessed (1961)
11
2
By Love Possessed
11
2

The film, set in small eastern town, follows lives of three prominent law-firm partners, Julius Penrose, Arthur Winner and Noah Tuttle. Marjorie Penrose gets involved in a love-affair with Arthur Winner, after a car crash leaves her husband Julius sexually disabled. Arthur Winner has difficulties with unruly behavior of his insolent son, because of whom all associated people have to face problems.

Role:
Marjorie Penrose
Starring:
Barbara Bel Geddes, Jason Robards, George Hamilton, Efrem Zimbalist Jr., Susan Kohner
Directed By:
John Sturges
50. Love Has Many Faces (1965)
11
2
Love Has Many Faces
11
2

Kit is vacationing with her husband Pete when they discover a body washed ashore. The body eventually turns out to be a man who was a friend of Pete and a former lover of Kit. Situations soon get complicated, and the stability of Kit’s and Pete’s marriage is put to the test.    

Role:
Kit Jordon
Starring:
Cliff Robertson, Stefanie Powers, Ruth Roman, Hugh O'Brian
Directed By:
Alexander Singer
51. Latin Lovers (1953)
11
2
Latin Lovers
11
2

Being a millionaire, she fears that men are more interested in her money than her.  Although her current boyfriend is wealthier she is still not convinced; nonetheless follows him to Brazil, when he goes there to play polo, fearing he may fall for some beautiful Latin woman. But there she meets a dashing Brazilian, who sweeps her off her feet.

Role:
Nora Taylor
Starring:
Rita Moreno, Ricardo Montalban, Jean Hagen, Louis Calhern, John Lund
Directed By:
Mervyn LeRoy
52. The Prodigal (1955)
10
1
The Prodigal
10
1
Role:
Samarra
Starring:
Louis Calhern, James Mitchell, Audrey Dalton, Edmund Purdom
Directed By:
Richard Thorpe
53. Mr. Imperium (1951)
7
1
Mr. Imperium
7
1

Freda, an up-coming American singer meets a European prince, Alex, at an Italian resort. As they start coming closer, news comes that Alex’s father is dying and so he rushes back home, sending an explanation to Freda through his minister. But the minister conveys a different message to her.  Freda returns home to become a big star. 

Role:
Fredda Barlo
Starring:
Bobby Troup, Debbie Reynolds, Ezio Pinza, Marjorie Main, Barry Sullivan
Directed By:
Don Hartman
54. The Big Cube (1969)
6
1
The Big Cube
PG
6
1

Lisa, the rebellion daughter of business tycoon Charles Winthrop, has all along detested her father’s new wife, Broadway star Adriana Roman. When he dies of an accident, leaving his wife the executor of his will, Lisa’s fortune hunter boyfriend finds it easy to convince her that Adriana has murdered her father and conspire to drive her insane. 

Role:
Adriana Roman
Starring:
George Chakiris, Dan O'Herlihy, Richard Egan, Karin Mossberg
Directed By:
Tito Davison
55. Bittersweet Love (1976)
7
1
Bittersweet Love
PG
7
1

Bittersweet Love is a romantic drama film which tells the story of a young married couple who are expecting a baby, but they suddenly discover that they are related as half-siblings. The woman visits her doctor to check if she can obtain an abortion, but eventually decides not to do it. However, her mother requests her to consider ending the pregnancy, or at least give up the baby for adoption.

Role:
Claire Peterson
Starring:
Celeste Holm, Meredith Baxter, Robert Alda, Robert Lansing, Scott Hylands
Directed By:
David Miller
56. Persecution (1974)
6
1
Persecution
PG
6
1

Wealthy widow Carrie Masters, a crippled cat-lover, takes out all her bitterness on son David. Years later, when he returns with wife Janie and young son, Carrie again dominates and tortures him. Janie suffers breakdown when Carrie’s cat suffocates her baby. Carrie hires a nurse, mainly to separate the couple; but when David loses Janie, he goes after Carrie to take revenge. 

Role:
Carrie Masters
Starring:
Trevor Howard, Suzan Farmer, Olga Georges-Picot, Ralph Bates
Directed By:
Don Chaffey
57. Witches' Brew (1980)
6
1
Witches' Brew
PG
6
1

This comedy horror film revolves around a group of wives who use witchcraft to advance the careers of their husbands.

Role:
Vivian Cross
Starring:
Teri Garr, Kathryn Leigh Scott, Richard Benjamin, James Winkler
Directed By:
Herbert L. Strock, Richard Shorr
58. Reflections of Evil (2002)
8
2
Reflections of Evil
8
2
Role:
Tracy Carlyle Hastings
Starring:
Sage Stallone, Tony Curtis, Damon Packard, Nicole Vanderhoff
Directed By:
Damon Packard

TV Movie(s)

1. The Last of the Powerseekers (1971)
7
1
The Last of the Powerseekers
7
1
Starring:
Grégoire Aslan, Ralph Bellamy, Michael Bell, Gail Bonney

TV Shows and Videos

The Survivors (1969)
The Survivors
Role:
Tracy Carlyle Hastings
Starring:
David Cassidy, George Hamilton, Jan-Michael Vincent, Ralph Bellamy, Kevin McCarthy
Directed By:
John Newland, Paul Henreid, Michael Ritchie, Lewis Allen, Walter Doniger
Falcon Crest (1981)
Falcon Crest
Starring:
Ursula Andress, Leslie Caron, Lauren Hutton, Bryan Cranston, Carla Gugino, Mary Ann Mobley, Jane Wyman
Directed By:
Gwen Arner, Tim Hunter, Peter Ellis, Michael Preece, Reza Badiyi
The Love Boat (1977)
The Love Boat
TV-G
Starring:
Telly Savalas, Adrienne Barbeau, Janet Gaynor, Diahann Carroll, Hayley Mills, Todd Bridges, Erik Estrada
Directed By:
Richard Kinon, Roger Duchowny, Robert Scheerer, Allen Baron, Ted Lange