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List of Lee Marvin Movies: Ranked Best To Worst

1. The Dirty Dozen (1967)
71
4
The Dirty Dozen
71
4

In 1944, an American intelligence officer is assigned to train a bunch of hardened criminals and turn them into commandos to be sent to France on an important, but a near suicide mission. He eventually recruits twelve, five of whom are on death row and proceeds to turn them into a courageous and cohesive unit.  

Role:
Maj. Reisman
Directed By:
Robert Aldrich
2. The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance (1962)
57
7
The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance
57
7

While visiting frontier town Shinbone for old friend Tom Doniphon’s funeral, Senator Ransom Stoddard tells local journalist that years ago he had arrived there as a lawyer, and was assaulted by outlaw Liberty valance, but Doniphon had saved him. Later, Stoddard gets elected as representative while Valance continues to harass, so Stoddard confronts him with gun and becomes a legend. But what’s truth?

Role:
Liberty Valance
Starring:
James Stewart, John Wayne, Denver Pyle, John Carradine, Edmond O'Brien, Vera Miles
Directed By:
3. The Professionals (1966)
49
3
The Professionals
PG-13
49
3

The Professionals is a Western action adventure film which revolves around four adventurous mercenaries, who are hired by a wealthy rancher to rescue his young wife who has been kidnapped by a bandit. After a lot of struggle and fighting, they find her, but discover that she is not being held against her will. This confuses the group as to whether they should continue with their agreement.

Role:
Fardan
Starring:
Burt Lancaster, Claudia Cardinale, Jack Palance, Robert Ryan, Woody Strode
Directed By:
Richard Brooks
4. Paint Your Wagon (1969)
63
8
Paint Your Wagon
TV-14
63
8

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:
Ben Rumson
Starring:
Directed By:
Joshua Logan
5. The Caine Mutiny (1954)
32
6
The Caine Mutiny
TV-PG
32
6

During WWII, veteran Cmdr. Queeg takes charge of the destroyer-minesweeper USS Caine, but soon the crew feels unsure about his leadership. When Queeg is unable to command the ship during a typhoon, his first officer relieves him of duty and takes charge, for which he later faces court-martial for mutiny. The authorities have to decide whether it was mutiny or safeguarding the ship.

Starring:
Humphrey Bogart, Fred MacMurray, Claude Akins, José Ferrer, Van Johnson, Fred MacMurray
Directed By:
Edward Dmytryk
6. Cat Ballou (1965)
53
8
Cat Ballou
53
8

Cat Ballou returns home and faces several difficulties after finding out that her father’s ranch is being  targeted by a development corporation. She eventually decides to hire a notorious gunman in order to protect her father’s property.

Role:
Shelleen / Strawn
Starring:
Jane Fonda, Dwayne Hickman, Michael Callan, Nat 'King' Cole
Directed By:
Elliot Silverstein
Awards:
Academy Award for Best Actor in a Leading Role, Golden Globe Award for Best Actor - Comedy or Musical, BAFTA Award for Best Foreign Actor
7. Emperor of the North Pole (1973)
39
5
Emperor of the North Pole
PG
39
5

During the Great Depression, the US becomes full of homeless people. Since many of these people try to ride the rails for free, they are hated by Shack, a sadistic and strict railway conductor who doesn’t want anyone to ride his train without paying. However, one man becomes determined to become the first person to survive a free trip on Shack’s notorious train. This eventually leads to a violent showdown between two strong-willed men.

Role:
A No. 1
Starring:
Ernest Borgnine, Keith Carradine, Malcolm Atterbury, Charles Tyner
Directed By:
Robert Aldrich
8. Bad Day at Black Rock (1955)
30
5
Bad Day at Black Rock
30
5

Bad Day at Black Rock is a mystery crime thriller drama film which tells the story of a one-armed stranger who comes to a small town. He knows about their terrible past which they want to keep hidden, even by violent means, is required.

Starring:
Walter Brennan, Spencer Tracy, Ernest Borgnine, Robert Ryan, Anne Francis
Directed By:
John Sturges
9. Point Blank (1967)
37
4
Point Blank
37
4

Point Blank is a crime thriller film which revolves around a gangster who is seeking revenge against the people who double-crossed him and left him to die.

Role:
Walker
Starring:
Angie Dickinson, Keenan Wynn, Barbara Feldon, Lloyd Bochner, Carroll O'Connor
Directed By:
John Boorman
10. The Big Heat (1953)
23
3
The Big Heat
23
3

When incorruptible detective Sgt. Dave Bannion starts investigating the suspicious death of a fellow officer, he receives threatening calls and is pulled off the case. When his car is blown killing his wife, Bannion stands against influential mob-bosses who wield power over the town. Helped by Debby, the spurned mistress of the gangster, Bannion battles corruption, powerful adversaries, and violence, to bring the mob to justice. 

Role:
Vince Stone
Starring:
Glenn Ford, Carolyn Jones, Alexander Scourby, Gloria Grahame
Directed By:
11. Hell in the Pacific (1968)
39
5
Hell in the Pacific
G
39
5

Hell in the Pacific is a war adventure film which tells the story of an American pilot who is stuck on a small uninhabited island in the Pacific Ocean, along with a Japanese Naval Officer. They soon realize that they will need to end their hostility and cooperate if they really want to survive.

Role:
American Pilot
Starring:
Toshiro Mifune, Toshirô Mifune
Directed By:
John Boorman
12. Death Hunt (1981)
41
1
Death Hunt
R
41
1

Death Hunt is a western crime thriller adventure film which tells the story of Albert Johnson, a fur trapper in the Yukon Territory, who finds a badly injured German Shepherd, and takes it forcibly from the owner, by paying some money to him. However, Hazel, the owner, starts claiming that his dog was stolen from him by Johnson. Soon a rumor starts spreading that Johnson is a violent psychopath and serial killer who murders other trappers in the wilderness, to rob them of their possessions.  

Role:
Millen
Starring:
Carl Weathers, Charles Bronson, Angie Dickinson, Ed Lauter, Andrew Stevens
Directed By:
Peter R. Hunt
13. Monte Walsh (1970)
41
3
Monte Walsh
PG-13
41
3
Role:
Monte Walsh
Starring:
Jeanne Moreau, Jack Palance, Jim Davis, Mitchell Ryan
Directed By:
William A. Fraker
14. Donovan's Reef (1963)
39
1
Donovan's Reef
39
1

Donovan’s Reef is an adventure romantic comedy film which revolves around the adventures of John Wayne, a World War II hero, who has worked hard to own a shipping company, and is now living on a beautiful South Sea island.  

Role:
Thomas Aloysius 'Boats' Gilhooley
Starring:
Patrick Wayne, John Wayne, Cesar Romero, Jack Warden, Elizabeth Allen
Directed By:
15. The Big Red One (1980)
35
4
The Big Red One
R
35
4

The film follows the story of an unnamed sergeant who had previously fought in the First World War, and is now leading soldiers of the US in the World War II.  The film portrays how along with the four core members of his unit, he tries to move from battle to battle across Europe.

Role:
The Sergeant
Starring:
Robert Carradine, Mark Hamill, Bobby Di Cicco, Kelly Ward
Directed By:
Samuel Fuller
16. The Comancheros (1961)
35
1
The Comancheros
35
1

Jake Cutter is an aging Texas ranger, who is assigned to capture Paul Regret, a gambler, who was imprisoned and scheduled for hanging, but had managed to escape. He eventually manages to capture Regret, but things get ugly when they encounter a group of fierce outlaws. The two are forced to unite to stop and defeat them. Regret proves his worth in the fight, after which Cutter begins to have second thoughts about taking him back to the authorities.  

Role:
Tully Crow
Starring:
John Wayne, Patrick Wayne, Ina Balin, Nehemiah Persoff, Stuart Whitman
Directed By:
17. 7 Men from Now (1956)
19
2
7 Men from Now
19
2
Role:
Bill Masters
Starring:
John Larch, Randolph Scott, Gail Russell, Don 'Red' Barry
Directed By:
Budd Boetticher
18. Attack (1956)
20
4
Attack
20
4
Role:
White Battalion Lt. Col. Clyde Bartlett - CO
Starring:
Eddie Albert, Buddy Ebsen, Jack Palance, Richard Jaeckel, Robert Strauss
Directed By:
Robert Aldrich
19. The Killers (1964)
23
2
The Killers
23
2

Two hitmen, Charlie and Lee, shoot a man named Johnny North multiple times and kill him. Charlie finds it strange that North neither tried to resist nor to run away. In addition, what’s more surprising is the fact that they were paid a very high fee. Therefore, both Charlie and Lee try to find out more about Johnny. They soon learn that Johnny used to be a champion race car driver, whose career was ended by a violent crash, after which he got involved in a million-dollar heist.

Role:
Charlie Strom
Starring:
Angie Dickinson, Claude Akins, Clu Gulager, John Cassavetes
Directed By:
Don Siegel
Awards:
BAFTA Award for Best Foreign Actor
20. Gorky Park (1983)
26
4
Gorky Park
R
26
4

Gorky Park is a mystery thriller film which revolves around Detective Renko, who is assigned to solve a triple murder that occurs in Gorky Park in Moscow. He soon suspects that there is a big political conspiracy behind the murder, and that the Russian government might be involved.

Role:
Jack Osborne
Starring:
Brian Dennehy, Ian McDiarmid, Alexei Sayle, William Hurt, Ian Bannen, Joanna Pacula
Directed By:
21. The Great Scout & Cathouse Thursday (1976)
26
3
The Great Scout & Cathouse Thursday
PG
26
3
Role:
Sam Longwood
Starring:
Elizabeth Ashley, Oliver Reed, Robert Culp, Strother Martin
Directed By:
Don Taylor
22. Prime Cut (1972)
24
4
Prime Cut
R
24
4
Role:
Nick Devlin
Starring:
Sissy Spacek, Gene Hackman, Angel Tompkins, Gregory Walcott
Directed By:
Michael Ritchie
23. The Iceman Cometh (1973)
12
4
The Iceman Cometh
PG
12
4
Role:
Hickey
Starring:
Fredric March, Sorrell Booke, Jeff Bridges, Bradford Dillman, Robert Ryan, Fredric March
Directed By:
John Frankenheimer
24. Ship of Fools (1965)
15
4
Ship of Fools
15
4

Ship of Fools is a drama film which revolves around a group of passengers on a ship bound for Germany prior to the World War II.

Role:
Bill Tenny
Starring:
Vivien Leigh, Werner Klemperer, Simone Signoret, José Ferrer, Oskar Werner
Directed By:
Stanley Kramer
25. The Wild One (1953)
20
4
The Wild One
TV-14
20
4

Johnny and his motorcycle gang rides into Carbonville, California, for a biker competition. But they cause too much trouble and end up getting thrown out of the town. They move to another nearby town, and continue their reign of terror. The local sheriff is too helpless to do something to stop this.

Role:
Chino
Starring:
Marlon Brando, Mary Murphy, Robert Keith, Jay C. Flippen
Directed By:
Laslo Benedek
26. The Raid (1954)
10
2
The Raid
10
2

Set during the American Civil War, the story follows a group of Confederate prisoners escaping to Canada; but intending to return to America to rob banks for replenishing their finance and to take revenge. Later, they move to St. Alabama under various guises, where they wait for the appointed day, meanwhile developing relationship with the town folks.  

Role:
Lt. Keating
Starring:
Anne Bancroft, Peter Graves, Claude Akins, Van Heflin, Richard Boone, Tommy Rettig
Directed By:
Hugo Fregonese
27. Violent Saturday (1955)
11
4
Violent Saturday
11
4
Role:
Bank Robber Dill
Starring:
Victor Mature, Ernest Borgnine, Richard Egan, Stephen McNally
Directed By:
Richard Fleischer
28. Hangman's Knot (1952)
13
2
Hangman's Knot
13
2
Starring:
Donna Reed, Richard Denning, Frank Faylen, Randolph Scott
Directed By:
Roy Huggins
29. The Rack (1956)
10
3
The Rack
10
3

Capt. Edward Hall Jr., who had been a POW in Korea for 2 years, returns home where he faces court-martial for collaborating with the enemy. His father, a distinguished officer, renounces his son, so a disheartened Hall decides to plead guilty. But his attorney encourages him to recount his experiences. Will he succeed in convincing the court; more specifically, his father?   

Role:
Capt. John R. Miller
Starring:
Cloris Leachman, Paul Newman, Rod Taylor, Wendell Corey, Walter Pidgeon, Edmond O'Brien, Anne Francis
Directed By:
Arnold Laven
30. Diplomatic Courier (1952)
10
3
Diplomatic Courier
10
3

U.S. Diplomat, Mike Kells, travels to Salzburg to meet his friend, Sam Carew, to retrieve some top-secret documents from him. When Sam ends up getting murdered, Mike finds himself trying to retrieve the documents, survive assassination attempts, and find out which of the two mysterious women, Joan Ross or Janine Betki is a spy. 

Starring:
Patricia Neal, Charles Bronson, Karl Malden, Stephen McNally
Directed By:
Henry Hathaway
31. Raintree County (1957)
19
2
Raintree County
19
2
Role:
Orville 'Flash' Perkins
Starring:
Elizabeth Taylor, Eva Marie Saint, Agnes Moorehead, Rod Taylor, Montgomery Clift, Nigel Patrick
Directed By:
Edward Dmytryk
32. Not as a Stranger (1955)
12
3
Not as a Stranger
12
3
Starring:
Robert Mitchum, Broderick Crawford, Carl Switzer, Olivia de Havilland, Frank Sinatra, Gloria Grahame
Directed By:
Stanley Kramer
33. You're in the Navy Now (1951)
16
2
You're in the Navy Now
16
2

You’re in the Navy Now is a 1951 comedy film, which tells us the story of a newly commissioned Navy officer during the World War II, who wants duty at sea, but is instead assigned to an experimental project. 

Starring:
Gary Cooper, Charles Bronson, Eddie Albert, Jane Greer, John McIntire
Directed By:
Henry Hathaway
34. Teresa (1951)
12
2
Teresa
12
2

While stationed in Italy during WWII, American soldier Phillip Cass meets and marries Italian Teresa Russo. When his bride arrives in America, the newlyweds share apartment with Phillip’s family, which challenges the bond between the couple. Besides, Phillip’s overbearing and possessive mother refuses to make things easier for Teresa. Consequently, the couple drifts apart, but arrival of a baby brings back happiness. 

Starring:
Pier Angeli, Robert Wagner, Rod Steiger, Peggy Ann Garner, Ralph Meeker
Directed By:
Fred Zinnemann
35. Eight Iron Men (1952)
11
2
Eight Iron Men
11
2
Role:
Sgt. Joe Mooney
Starring:
Richard Kiley, Bonar Colleano, Nick Dennis, Arthur Franz
Directed By:
Edward Dmytryk
36. Shack Out on 101 (1955)
9
2
Shack Out on 101
9
2

This thriller film tells the story of an isolated diner on California’s 101 highway who provides the backdrop of a story that involves nuclear secrets, foreign spies as well as federal agents. 

Role:
Slob / Mr. Gregory
Starring:
Keenan Wynn, Whit Bissell, Frank Lovejoy, Terry Moore
Directed By:
Edward Dein
37. The Missouri Traveler (1958)
12
3
The Missouri Traveler
12
3
Role:
Tobias Brown
Starring:
Gary Merrill, Paul Ford, Brandon De Wilde, Mary Hosford
Directed By:
Jerry Hopper
38. Shout at the Devil (1976)
15
4
Shout at the Devil
PG
15
4
Role:
Colonel Flynn O'Flynn
Starring:
Roger Moore, Ian Holm, Barbara Parkins, Reinhard Kolldehoff
Directed By:
Peter R. Hunt
39. The Spikes Gang (1974)
12
4
The Spikes Gang
PG
12
4

Three teenagers – Will, Les and Tod – help an injured bank robber - Harry Spikes – hide from police and also tend to his wounds. Later, the boys decide to turn their mundane life into more adventurous one and flee from their homes to become outlaws themselves. After an unsuccessful robbery attempt, they take Spikes as their leader to learn the trade.

Role:
Harry Spikes
Starring:
Ron Howard, Charles Martin Smith, Arthur Hunnicutt, Gary Grimes
Directed By:
Richard Fleischer
40. Pete Kelly's Blues (1955)
8
2
Pete Kelly's Blues
8
2

Pete Kelly, the leader of a jazz band in Kansas City Speakeasy, unexpectedly finds himself paying protection money to a local gangster Fran McCarg. He also has to accept Fran McCarg’s girl Rose Hopkins as a singer. However, when things go beyond a limit, Pete decides to stand up and take action.

Starring:
Janet Leigh, Jayne Mansfield, Peggy Lee, Jack Webb, Edmond O'Brien, Andy Devine
Directed By:
Jack Webb
41. I Died a Thousand Times (1955)
11
3
I Died a Thousand Times
11
3

This 1955 crime film revolves around bank robber Roy Earle. After escaping from prison, he plans one final heist before retiring and giving up his life or crime.  

Role:
Babe Kossuck
Starring:
Shelley Winters, Dennis Hopper, Jack Palance, Lori Nelson, Pedro Gonzalez Gonzalez
Directed By:
Stuart Heisler
42. Seminole (1953)
11
2
Seminole
11
2

Set in the backdrop of a conflict between the settlers and the Native Seminole tribe, the story focuses on how a cavalry lieutenant goes against his superior to ensure peace between the two warring group. It all starts when the Seminole chief, Osceola, comes to the fort under a flag of truce, but is arrested by the fort commander, who wants to rid the area of the Native Indians. 

Starring:
Rock Hudson, Anthony Quinn, Barbara Hale, Richard Carlson
Directed By:
Budd Boetticher
43. Pillars of the Sky (1956)
10
3
Pillars of the Sky
10
3
Role:
Sgt. Lloyd Carracart
Starring:
Ward Bond, Jeff Chandler, Keith Andes, Dorothy Malone
Directed By:
George Marshall
44. A Life in the Balance (1955)
8
2
A Life in the Balance
8
2

Antonio, a struggling musician, decides to pay a visit to his former lover to collect an unpaid loan, so that he can purchase a guitar for his young son. However, just after he sees her, she is killed by a serial killer, who has been terrorizing the city for quite some time. Unfortunately, this makes Antonio the prime suspect.

Role:
The Killer
Starring:
Anne Bancroft, Ricardo Montalban, Rodolfo Acosta, José Pérez
Directed By:
Harry Horner, Rafael Portillo
45. We're Not Married! (1952)
7
3
We're Not Married!
7
3
Starring:
Marilyn Monroe, Zsa Zsa Gabor, Mitzi Gaynor, Ginger Rogers, David Wayne, Victor Moore
Directed By:
Edmund Goulding
46. The Duel at Silver Creek (1952)
8
5
The Duel at Silver Creek
8
5
Starring:
Stephen McNally, Faith Domergue, Gerald Mohr, Audie Murphy
Directed By:
Don Siegel
47. Gun Fury (1953)
9
2
Gun Fury
9
2

In this 3D Western, a notorious ex-Confederate outlaw Frank Slayton and his gang raid a California-bound stagecoach carrying rancher Ben Warren and his fiancée Jennifer, whom they abduct and leave Ben for dead. As he recovers, Ben, with the help of two men who have a grudge against the outlaw, pursues Slayton and his men to Mexican border to rescue his fiancée.  

Starring:
Donna Reed, Rock Hudson, Philip Carey, Leo Gordon
Directed By:
Raoul Walsh
48. The Glory Brigade (1953)
10
3
The Glory Brigade
10
3

US Army engineer Lt. Pryor and his unit is assigned to work with Greek troops for a mission behind enemy lines during the Korean War. Having a Greek ancestry, initially Pryor is proud, but when his team gets slayed, he blames it on the cowardice of the Greeks. As their uneasy alliance continues, soon the truth proves that appearances can be deceptive. 

Role:
Cpl. Bowman
Starring:
Victor Mature, Alexander Scourby, Richard Egan, Nick Dennis
Directed By:
Robert D. Webb
49. The Stranger Wore a Gun (1953)
12
2
The Stranger Wore a Gun
12
2

Jeff Travis, a spy manages to escape to Prescott Arizona, thanks to Josie, to start a new life. But his reputation precedes him and he finds himself working as a robber. However, when a man dies during a robbery, Jeff experiences a change of heart and vows revenge. 

Role:
Dan Kurth
Starring:
Ernest Borgnine, Claire Trevor, Randolph Scott, George Macready
Directed By:
André De Toth
50. The Delta Force (1986)
26
1
The Delta Force
R
26
1

The Delta Force is an action film which takes us to 1985 when Lebanese terrorists hijack an American Flight, which was flying from Cairo to New York City. After all the 144 passengers and crew are taken hostage, the terrorists start making demands from the US government. Soon the Delta Force is sent in to resolve the crisis.

Role:
Col. Nick Alexander
Starring:
Chuck Norris, Kevin Dillon, George Harris Kennedy, Jr, Shelley Winters, Robert Forster, Martin Balsam, Chuck Norris
Directed By:
Menahem Golan
51. Pocket Money (1972)
15
2
Pocket Money
PG
15
2
Role:
Leonard
Starring:
Wayne Rogers, Terrence Malick, Paul Newman, Strother Martin, Hector Elizondo
Directed By:
Stuart Rosenberg
52. Canicule (1984)
11
4
Canicule
11
4

A fugitive who is on the run from the law, carrying several millions of dollars, seeks a place for hiding in the house of a family of farmers. However, things take a turn when the family turns out to be more criminally oriented than he is.

Role:
Jimmy Cobb
Starring:
Tina Louise, David Bennent, Victor Lanoux, Jean Carmet
Directed By:
Yves Boisset
53. Down Among the Sheltering Palms (1953)
7
2
Down Among the Sheltering Palms
7
2

Down among the Sheltering Palms is a musical romantic comedy film which tells the story of Captain Bill Willoby and Lt Frank Schmidt, who are assigned to Midi Island along with their unit. They are welcomed by King Jilouili and many of the native girls. However, Captain Willoby strictly orders his men not to fraternize with the natives. , Things get complicated when the King offers him a beautiful woman to marry as a token of his appreciation.

Starring:
Mitzi Gaynor, Jane Greer, David Wayne, Gene Lockhart, William Lundigan
Directed By:
Edmund Goulding
54. Gorilla at Large (1954)
7
4
Gorilla at Large
7
4

Gorilla at Large is a horror mystery film, which tells the story of Detective Garrison, as he is investigating a vicious murder committed at a theme park.  Initially, it appears that the show gorilla Goliath is the culprit. However, as he digs deeper, Garrison realizes that many of the entertainers and staff at the park are probably involved in the crime. 

Starring:
Raymond Burr, Anne Bancroft, Lee J. Cobb, Cameron Mitchell, Anne Bancroft
Directed By:
Harmon Jones
55. Klansman (1974)
11
3
Klansman
R
11
3

In a small town in the south of USA, violent rapes and assaults on black and white women by opposite races instigate racial tensions and violence between the whites and the blacks. Sheriff Track Bascomb and liberal landowner Breck Stencil try to stop the violence as the Klu Klax Clan gets involved. 

Role:
Sheriff Track Bascomb
Starring:
Richard Burton, Linda Evans, Luciana Paluzzi, O. J. Simpson, Lola Falana, O.J. Simpson, Cameron Mitchell
Directed By:
Terence Young
56. Avalanche Express (1979)
10
3
Avalanche Express
PG
10
3

Avalanche Express is an action thriller film which tells the story of a CIA agent who is planning to use the defection of a Soviet official as an opportunity to assassinate a Soviet expert on germ-warfare.  

Role:
Col. Harry Wargrave
Starring:
Maximilian Schell, Linda Evans, Robert Shaw, Joe Namath
Directed By:
Mark Robson, Monte Hellman

TV Movie(s)

1. The Dirty Dozen: Next Mission (1985)
21
4
The Dirty Dozen: Next Mission
21
4
Role:
Maj. John Reisman
Starring:
Ernest Borgnine, Ken Wahl, Larry Wilcox, Sonny Landham
Directed By:
Andrew V. McLaglen

TV Shows and Videos

The Twilight Zone (1959)
The Twilight Zone
TV-PG
Starring:
Peter Falk, James Whitmore, Mickey Rooney, Martin Landau, James Franciscus, Sydney Pollack, Art Carney
Directed By:
John Brahm, Douglas Heyes, Buzz Kulik, Lamont Johnson, Richard L. Bare
The Great Adventure (1963)
The Great Adventure
Starring:
Jackie Cooper, Jim Nabors, Jack Klugman, Katharine Ross, Marion Ross, Diane Ladd, Lloyd Bridges
Directed By:
Philip Leacock, Paul Stanley, Buzz Kulik, Bernard Girard, Joseph Sargent
Medic (1954)
Medic
Starring:
Charles Bronson, Claude Akins, Denver Pyle, Dennis Hopper, Richard Boone
Directed By:
John Meredyth Lucas, Worthington Miner, Bernard Girard, John Brahm, Ted Post
Studio 57 (1954)
Studio 57
Starring:
John Banner, Lorne Greene, Alan Young, Michael Landon, Jerry Mathers, Jessica Tandy, Celeste Holm
Directed By:
Herschel Daugherty, Richard Irving, John English, Jules Bricken, Don Weis
Front Row Center (1955)
Front Row Center
Starring:
Anthony Perkins, Angela Lansbury, Harry Belafonte, James Arness, Leon Askin, Eddie Albert, John Carradine
Directed By:
Ralph Nelson, Fletcher Markle, Russell Stoneham
Schlitz Playhouse of Stars (1951)
Schlitz Playhouse of Stars
Starring:
Charlton Heston, Vincent Price, Bette Davis, James Dean, Mary Tyler Moore, David Niven, Burt Reynolds
Directed By:
Roy Kellino, Jus Addiss, Robert Florey, John Brahm, Ted Post
The Pepsi-Cola Playhouse (1953)
The Pepsi-Cola Playhouse
Starring:
Natalie Wood, Frances Bavier, Charles Bronson, Peter Graves, Claude Akins, Carolyn Jones, Polly Bergen
Directed By:
Leslie H. Martinson, Herschel Daugherty, Richard Irving, John English, Paul Landres
M Squad (1957)
M Squad
Role:
Detective Lt. Frank Ballinger / ...
Starring:
Don Rickles, Leonard Nimoy, James Coburn, Marion Ross, Burt Reynolds, Angie Dickinson, Werner Klemperer
Directed By:
Bernard L. Kowalski, Don Weis, Earl Bellamy, Don McDougall, Don Taylor
Combat! (1962)
Combat!
Starring:
Harry Dean Stanton, Robert Duvall, Jack Lord, John Aniston, Luise Rainer, Frankie Avalon, Sal Mineo
Directed By:
Michael Caffey, Richard Benedict, Bernard McEveety, Paul Stanley, Sutton Roley
Kraft Television Theatre (1947)
Kraft Television Theatre
Starring:
George Peppard, Lee Grant, Milton Berle, George C. Scott, Lillian Gish, Eva Gabor, Robert Donat
Directed By:
William A. Graham, Stanley Quinn, Paul Bogart, Harry Herrmann, Richard Dunlap
Westinghouse Desilu Playhouse (1958)
Westinghouse Desilu Playhouse
Starring:
Dina Merrill, John Drew Barrymore, Adam West, Trevor Howard, Cliff Robertson, Rory Calhoun, Carl Reiner
Directed By:
Jerry Thorpe, Claudio Guzmán, Allen H. Miner, Allen Reisner, Douglas Heyes
Suspense (1949)
Suspense
Starring:
Bela Lugosi, Leslie Nielsen, Abe Vigoda, Grace Kelly, James Doohan, Arlene Francis, Hume Cronyn
Directed By:
Robert Stevens, Robert Mulligan, John Peyser
The Barbara Stanwyck Show (1960)
The Barbara Stanwyck Show
Starring:
Jack Nicholson, Julie London, Barbara Stanwyck, Anna May Wong, Milton Berle, Buddy Ebsen, Hume Cronyn
Directed By:
Don Taylor, Richard Whorf, Arthur Hiller, David Lowell Rich, Robert Florey
The United States Steel Hour (1953)
The United States Steel Hour
Starring:
Andy Griffith, Betty White, William Shatner, Carol Burnett, Shirley Booth, Sid Caesar, Jeanne Crain
Directed By:
Alex Segal, Paul Bogart, Tom Donovan, Daniel Petrie, Bruce Minnix
Fireside Theatre (1949)
Fireside Theatre
Starring:
Amanda Blake, Yul Brynner, Rita Moreno, Jane Wyatt, George Reeves, Claude Akins, Charles Bronson
Directed By:
Fred Coe, Frank Wisbar, Gene Raymond, William Cameron Menzies, John Ford
The Americans (1961)
The Americans
Starring:
Robert Redford, Slim Pickens, George Harris Kennedy, Jr, Jack Lord, James Franciscus, Ray Walston, John McIntire
Directed By:
Lamont Johnson
TV Reader's Digest (1955)
TV Reader's Digest
Starring:
Tom Bosley, Clint Eastwood, Vincent Price, Eddie Albert, Peter Graves, Claude Akins, Leon Askin
Directed By:
Christian Nyby, Peter Godfrey, Harry Horner, Gilbert Kay, Paul Landres
Jane Wyman Presents The Fireside Theatre (1955)
Jane Wyman Presents The Fireside Theatre
Starring:
Jane Wyman, Victor McLaglen, Fernando Lamas, Vincent Price, Keenan Wynn, James Whitmore, Claude Akins
Directed By:
Sidney Lanfield, Allen H. Miner, Don Weis, Jacques Tourneur, William Asher
The Untouchables (1959)
The Untouchables
Starring:
Sterling Holloway, Gavin MacLeod, Ed Asner, Ryan O'Neal, Majel Barrett, Bert Convy, Louise Fletcher
Directed By:
Vincent McEveety, Bernard L. Kowalski, Walter Grauman, Allen Reisner, Alex March
The Lawbreakers (1963)
The Lawbreakers
Role:
Himself - Host / ...
Directed By:
Kenneth Gilbert, Eddie Davis, Jack Herzberg, Babe Unger
Checkmate (1960)
Checkmate
Starring:
Eleanor Parker, Joan Fontaine, Charles Laughton, Jack Benny, Inger Stevens, Elizabeth Montgomery, Peter Lorre
Directed By:
Alexander Singer, Don Weis, Alan Crosland Jr., Don Taylor, Herschel Daugherty
Studio One (1948)
Studio One
Starring:
Jerry Stiller, Warren Beatty, Geraldine Page, Barbara Bel Geddes, Jackie Gleason, Doris Roberts, Walter Matthau
Directed By:
Paul Nickell, Franklin J. Schaffner, Tom Donovan, Allen Reisner, Robert Mulligan
Kraft Suspense Theatre (1963)
Kraft Suspense Theatre
Starring:
Mary Wickes, Gloria Swanson, Ben Gazzara, Claudine Longet, Eric Braeden, Louis Jourdan, Tippi Hedren
Directed By:
Walter Grauman, Don Weis, Alex March, Ralph Senensky, Buzz Kulik
Biff Baker, U.S.A. (1952)
Biff Baker, U.S.A.
Starring:
Charles Bronson, Peter Graves, Leon Askin, Alan Hale Jr., Randy Stuart
Directed By:
Herschel Daugherty, Richard Irving, John English, Robert G. Walker
Bob Hope Presents the Chrysler Theatre (1963)
Bob Hope Presents the Chrysler Theatre
Starring:
Paul Lynde, John Forsythe, Gena Rowlands, Bing Crosby, Robert Reed, Bob Hope, Edd Byrnes
Directed By:
Stuart Rosenberg, Sydney Pollack, Ron Winston, David Butler, Lawrence Dobkin
Treasury Men in Action (1950)
Treasury Men in Action
Starring:
James Dean, Charles Bronson, Jack Klugman, Claude Akins, Carolyn Jones, Ben Gazzara, Walter Greaza
Directed By:
Gerald Mayer, Daniel Petrie, Leigh Jason, William Beaudine, Robert Sloane
The Investigators (1961)
The Investigators
Starring:
Gavin MacLeod, Mickey Rooney, James Franciscus, Jane Wyman, Dina Merrill, Dennis Hopper, James Philbrook
Directed By:
Joseph H. Lewis
The Dick Powell Show (1961)
The Dick Powell Show
Starring:
Kurt Russell, Henry Fonda, Charles Boyer, Eli Wallach, Elsa Lanchester, Veronica Cartwright, Bruce Dern
Directed By:
Bernard L. Kowalski, Don Taylor, David Friedkin, Marc Daniels, Buzz Kulik
Route 66 (1960)
Route 66
Starring:
Audra Lindley, Sessue Hayakawa, Barbara Eden, Buster Keaton, Joan Crawford, Martin Sheen, Alan Alda
Directed By:
David Lowell Rich, Arthur Hiller, James Sheldon, Alvin Ganzer, Philip Leacock
The Virginian (1962)
The Virginian
TV-PG
Starring:
Anne Baxter, Charles Grodin, David Carradine, Peggy Lipton, William Christopher, Joan Collins, Joyce Bulifant
Directed By:
Don McDougall, Abner Biberman, Anton Leader, William Witney, James Sheldon
Wagon Train (1957)
Wagon Train
Starring:
Elaine Stritch, Annette Funicello, Peter Fonda, Dawn Wells, Melody Thomas Scott, Tom Skerritt, Bobby Darin
Directed By:
Virgil W. Vogel, Joseph Pevney, Jerry Hopper, Allen H. Miner, Herschel Daugherty
Dragnet (1951)
Dragnet
Starring:
Frances Bavier, Leonard Nimoy, Raymond Burr, Claude Akins, Carolyn Jones, Jack Webb, George Fenneman
Directed By:
Jack Webb
Ben Casey (1961)
Ben Casey
Starring:
Jerry Lewis, Richard Dreyfuss, Leslie Nielsen, Telly Savalas, Keenan Wynn, Patricia Neal, Shelley Winters
Directed By:
Leo Penn, Allen Reisner, Alex March, Charles R. Rondeau, Vince Edwards
Rebound (1952)
Rebound
Starring:
Raymond Burr, John Doucette, Ned Glass, Elisabeth Fraser, Russ Conway
Directed By:
Bernard Girard, Harve Foster
Alcoa Premiere (1961)
Alcoa Premiere
Starring:
Ray Milland, Bobby Troup, Fred Astaire, Joyce Bulifant, Ed Asner, William Shatner, Mickey Rooney
Directed By:
John Newland, James Sheldon, Alan Crosland Jr., Herschel Daugherty, Bernard Girard
The Motorola Television Hour (1953)
The Motorola Television Hour
Starring:
Christopher Walken, Helen Hayes, Roger Moore, Jack Palance, Elaine Stritch, Hume Cronyn, Walter Matthau
Directed By:
Ralph Nelson, Don Richardson
Bonanza (1959)
Bonanza
TV-PG
Starring:
David Cassidy, William Gary Busey, Scatman Crothers, Ossie Davis, Bonnie Bedelia, Jodie Foster, Teresa Wright
Directed By:
William F. Claxton, Lewis Allen, Leon Benson, Don McDougall, William Witney
The Big Story (1949)
The Big Story
Starring:
Steven McQueen, Jason Robards, Anthony Perkins, Walter Matthau, Diane Ladd, James Dean, Jack Klugman
Directed By:
Lawrence Doheny, Robert Gordon, David Lowell Rich, Stuart Rosenberg, Leonard Valenta
Dr. Kildare (1961)
Dr. Kildare
Starring:
Teri Garr, Lauren Bacall, James Earl Jones, James Mason, Bob Denver, Elinor Donahue, Jean Stapleton
Directed By:
Leo Penn, Corey Allen, John Newland, Jack Arnold, Paul Stanley
Climax! (1954)
Climax!
Starring:
Dorothy McGuire, Ethel Barrymore, Red Skelton, Edward G. Robinson, Katy Jurado, Claudette Colbert, Don Ameche
Directed By:
Buzz Kulik, Allen Reisner, John Frankenheimer, Paul Nickell, Jack Smight
ABC Album (1953)
ABC Album
Starring:
Lee Grant, Vincent Price, Eva Marie Saint, Jane Wyatt, Eddie Albert, Donald Cook
Directed By:
Ralph Nelson, Dick Darley
The Doctor (1952)
The Doctor
Starring:
Charles Bronson, Warner Anderson, Charles Bronson
Directed By:
Robert Aldrich, Don Siegel
Center Stage (1954)
Center Stage
Starring:
Walter Matthau, Luther Adler, Robert Barrat, Vivian Blaine, Alonzo Bozan, Joseph Buloff
General Electric Theater (1953)
General Electric Theater
Starring:
Joanne Woodward, Ethel Merman, Janet Gaynor, Paul Muni, Bea Benaderet, George Burns, Rosalind Russell
Directed By:
Herschel Daugherty, Don Medford, James Neilson, Jules Bricken, Mitchell Leisen
The DuPont Show of the Week (1961)
The DuPont Show of the Week
Starring:
Ron Leibman, Greer Garson, Larry Hagman, Sir John Mills, Gene Wilder, Eddie Albert, Sal Mineo
Directed By:
Franklin J. Schaffner, Jack Smight, Fielder Cook, James Elson, Fred Freed
Sunday Showcase (1959)
Sunday Showcase
Starring:
Jimmy Durante, Christopher Plummer, Lucille Ball, Milton Berle, Inger Stevens, Telly Savalas, Teresa Wright
Directed By:
Alex March, Alex Segal, John Frankenheimer, Delbert Mann, Jack Smight
The Revlon Mirror Theater (1953)
The Revlon Mirror Theater
Starring:
Jackie Cooper, Eddie Albert, Joan Crawford, Frances Bavier, Agnes Moorehead, Eva Marie Saint, Angela Lansbury
Directed By:
Phil Karlson, Daniel Petrie, Rod Amateau

Lee Marvin Awards

Academy Awards
Cat Ballou Best Actor in a Leading Role 1966
Golden Globe Awards
Cat Ballou Best Actor - Comedy or Musical 1966
BAFTA Awards
Cat Ballou Best Foreign Actor 1966
The Killers Best Foreign Actor 1966