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List of Lillian Gish Movies: Ranked Best To Worst

1. The Wind (1928)
17
2
The Wind
17
2
Role:
Letty Mason
Starring:
Montagu Love, Edward Earle, Dorothy Cumming, Lars Hanson
Directed By:
Victor Sjöström
2. The Enemy (1927)
12
2
The Enemy
12
2
Role:
Pauli Arndt
Starring:
Frank Currier, George Fawcett, Ralph Emerson, Ralph Forbes
Directed By:
Fred Niblo
3. The Children Pay (1916)
13
2
The Children Pay
13
2
Role:
Millicent
Starring:
Ralph Lewis, Loyola O'Connor, Violet Wilkey, Keith Armour
Directed By:
Lloyd Ingraham
5. The Night of the Hunter (1955)
14
2
The Night of the Hunter
14
2

Reverend Harry Powell is a misogynistic serial killer. When he is arrested for a stolen car, he ends up serving time with murderer Ben Harper who has hidden US $10k in his daughter’s doll. When Powell is released after Harper’s execution he reaches the Harpers home with murderous intentions and to recover the money. 

Role:
Rachel Cooper
Starring:
Robert Mitchum, Shelley Winters, Peter Graves, Evelyn Varden, James Gleason
Directed By:
6. Intolerance: Love's Struggle Throughout the Ages (1916)
12
2
Intolerance: Love's Struggle Throughout the Ages
12
2

Regarded as one of the most influential silent films, this film tells us four different stories, that demonstrates humanity’s persistent intolerance throughout the ages.

Role:
The Woman Who Rocks the Cradle / Eternal Mother
Starring:
King Vidor, Erich von Stroheim, Robert Harron, Mae Marsh, F.A. Turner
Directed By:
7. Ben-Hur: A Tale of the Christ (1925)
13
2
Ben-Hur: A Tale of the Christ
13
2

Ben-Hur: A Tale of the Christ is an adventure romantic drama film which tells the story of Ben-Hur, a wealthy young Jewish prince, who is a friend fo the powerful Roman tribune, Messala. Ben-Hur’s life gets ugly when an accident and a false accusation leads him to getting arrested falsely. Instead of helping him, Messala, who has now become arrogant and corrupt, makes sure that Be-Hur is jailed and separated from the rest of his family.  

Directed By:
Fred Niblo, Charles Brabin, Christy Cabanne, J.J. Cohn, Rex Ingram
8. Way Down East (1920)
14
2
Way Down East
14
2

Lennox is a rich and good-looking womanizer, who tricks a poor country girl named Anna into a fake marriage. When Anna gets pregnant, Lennox leaves her, and she is forced to deal with the baby on her own. The baby eventually dies, after which she manages to get a job with a rich man named Squire Bartlett. Soon, Bartlett’s son, David, falls for her. But due to her tragic past, Anna rejects his advances.   

Role:
Anna Moore
Starring:
Norma Shearer, Lowell Sherman, Richard Barthelmess, Mrs. David Landau, Burr McIntosh
Directed By:
9. La Bohème (1926)
12
2
La Bohème
12
2
Role:
Mimi
Starring:
John Gilbert, Renée Adorée, Roy D'Arcy, George Hassell
Directed By:
10. Orphans of the Storm (1921)
12
2
Orphans of the Storm
12
2

When Louise goes blind, her sister Henriette promises to take care of her forever. The two sisters make their way to Paris, hoping that Louise’s blindness can be cured. Soon, their lives turn upside down when Henriette is abducted, during the middle of the French Revolution.  

Role:
Henriette Girard
Starring:
Dorothy Gish, Frank Losee, Joseph Schildkraut, Katherine Emmet
Directed By:
11. The Scarlet Letter (1926)
13
2
The Scarlet Letter
13
2
Role:
Hester Prynne
Starring:
Henry B. Walthall, William H. Tooker, Lars Hanson, Karl Dane
Directed By:
Victor Sjöström
12. Portrait of Jennie (1948)
11
2
Portrait of Jennie
TV-PG
11
2

During depression era, struggling artist Eben Adams meets a young girl, Jennie Appleton, in Central Park. His sketch of Jennie fetches appreciation from art-dealer Miss Spinney, inspiring him to work further. He frequently comes across Jennie who appears to be growing quickly into a beautiful woman he falls in love with. Will he finally learn the truth beyond the mysteries surrounding Jennie?

Role:
Mother Mary of Mercy
Starring:
Ethel Barrymore, Brian Keith, Cecil Kellaway, Joseph Cotten, Jennifer Jones
Directed By:
William Dieterle
13. Annie Laurie (1927)
11
2
Annie Laurie
11
2

In the Scottish highlands, Annie Laurie, a governor’s daughter, gets caught between two warring clans of MacDonald and Campbell. Initially, Annie prefers more polished Donald Campbell, but after meeting Ian MacDonald, she gets drawn by his personality and falls for him. Annie is hesitant to follow Ian, which upsets him. But in a clan conflict, Annie supports Ian by lighting the beacon to help MacDonalds. 

Role:
Annie Laurie
Starring:
John Wayne, Hobart Bosworth, Norman Kerry, Creighton Hale
Directed By:
John S. Robertson
14. Broken Blossoms (1919)
11
2
Broken Blossoms
11
2

This romantic drama film tells us the story of a young Asian Buddhist missionary who is trying to spread Buddha’s message of peace in the Western World. He is quite shocked when he finds a young girl who is regularly abused physically by her own father, who is a boxer. Things get interesting when he starts to fall for her from afar.

Role:
Lucy - The Girl (as Miss Lillian Gish)
Starring:
Donald Crisp, Richard Barthelmess, Edward Peil Sr., Arthur Howard
Directed By:
15. The Lily and the Rose (1915)
11
2
The Lily and the Rose
11
2
Role:
Mary Randolph
Starring:
Wilfred Lucas, Rosie Dolly, Loyola O'Connor, Cora Drew
Directed By:
Paul Powell
16. Miss Susie Slagle's (1946)
11
2
Miss Susie Slagle's
11
2

In 1910 Baltimore, a young nurse falls in love with a medical student serving internship, who resides in a boarding house run by Miss Susie Slagle. However, tragedy ensues when the young man gets infected with a deadly disease.

Starring:
Lloyd Bridges, Ray Collins, Veronica Lake, Billy De Wolfe
Directed By:
John Berry
17. Remodeling Her Husband (1920)
11
2
Remodeling Her Husband
11
2
Starring:
Dorothy Gish, James Rennie, Marie Burke, Downing Clarke, Frank Kingdon
Directed By:
18. Souls Triumphant (1917)
11
2
Souls Triumphant
11
2
Role:
Lillian Vale
Starring:
Kate Bruce, Wilfred Lucas, Spottiswoode Aitken, Louise Hamilton
Directed By:
John B. O'Brien
19. Top Man (1943)
11
2
Top Man
11
2
Role:
Beth Warren
Starring:
Richard Dix, Donald O'Connor, Anne Gwynne, Susanna Foster
Directed By:
Charles Lamont
20. Follow Me, Boys! (1966)
11
2
Follow Me, Boys!
11
2
Role:
Hetty Seibert
Starring:
Kurt Russell, Fred MacMurray, Vera Miles, Charles Ruggles
Directed By:
Norman Tokar
21. True Heart Susie (1919)
11
2
True Heart Susie
11
2
Role:
True Heart Susie
Starring:
Robert Harron, Wilbur Higby, Loyola O'Connor, George Fawcett
Directed By:
22. The Tear That Burned (1914)
11
2
The Tear That Burned
11
2
Role:
Anita - the Truant
Starring:
Blanche Sweet, John T. Dillon, Josephine Crowell, William Lowery
Directed By:
John B. O'Brien
23. Judith of Bethulia (1914)
11
2
Judith of Bethulia
11
2
Role:
The Young Mother
Starring:
Lionel Barrymore, Robert Harron, Henry B. Walthall, Blanche Sweet, Mae Marsh
Directed By:
24. Orders to Kill (1958)
11
2
Orders to Kill
11
2

Gene Summers is an American Air Force pilot who is selected for a secret government mission. He is assigned to kill a lawyer who is working with the French Resistance.  However, after learning more about his target, Gene finds himself in a moral dilemma.

Role:
Mrs. Summers
Starring:
Eddie Albert, James Robertson Justice, Paul Massie, Leslie French
Directed By:
Anthony Asquith
25. A Wedding (1978)
11
2
A Wedding
PG
11
2
Starring:
Lauren Hutton, Pam Dawber, Dina Merrill, Geraldine Chaplin, Carol Burnett, Mia Farrow, Laurie Metcalf
Directed By:
26. The Greatest Thing in Life (1918)
11
2
The Greatest Thing in Life
11
2
Role:
Jeannette Peret
Starring:
Robert Harron, Adolph Lestina, David Butler, Peaches Jackson
Directed By:
27. The White Sister (1923)
10
2
The White Sister
10
2

Angela, the daughter of Prince Chiaromonte, is set to marry Ernesto Traversi, a banker, but things take a turn when she meets the dashing Lt. Giovanni Severi, and they fall for one another. She informs her father that she is not going to marry Ernesto and will marry Giovanni instead. However, due her father’s untimely death, and a war outbreak, her marriage is put on hold. When it seems that Giovanni has been killed in battle, Angela decides to devote her life to God, and never get married.

Role:
Angela Chiaromonte
Starring:
Ronald Colman, Gail Kane, J. Barney Sherry, Charles Lane
Directed By:
Henry King
28. The Whales of August (1987)
10
2
The Whales of August
10
2
Role:
Sarah Webber
Starring:
Bette Davis, Vincent Price, Mary Steenburgen, Ann Sothern, Harry Carey Jr.
Directed By:
Lindsay Anderson
29. Duel in the Sun (1946)
10
2
Duel in the Sun
10
2

After her father is executed for shooting his wife and her lover, a half Native-American girl named Pearl, is sent to live with distant relatives in Texas. Although she is welcomed, she is met with hostility from the ranch-owner. She soon attracts the attention of Lewt, son of the ranch owner, who is lustful and unruly, but despite this, Pearl finds herself drawn physically to him as well.

Starring:
Gregory Peck, Walter Huston, Orson Welles, Lionel Barrymore, Joseph Cotten, Herbert Marshall
Directed By:
30. The Great Love (1918)
10
2
The Great Love
10
2
Role:
Susie Broadplains
Starring:
Robert Harron, George Siegmann, George Fawcett, Gloria Hope
Directed By:
31. A Timely Interception (1913)
10
2
A Timely Interception
10
2
Role:
The Farmer's Daughter
Starring:
Lionel Barrymore, Robert Harron, W. Chrystie Miller, Joseph McDermott
Directed By:
32. Two Daughters of Eve (1912)
10
2
Two Daughters of Eve
10
2
Starring:
D. W. Griffith, D.W. Griffith, Claire McDowell, Henry B. Walthall, Elmer Booth
Directed By:
33. Warning Shot (1967)
10
2
Warning Shot
10
2

When a man pulls a gun on LAPD Sergeant Tom Valens during a stakeout, Valens fatally shoots him. This leads to trouble as the man he shot is Dr. Rustin, a respected physician with impeccable reputation, and also, no gun is found in the Coroner’s inquest. Suspended and charged with manslaughter, Valens has to find the missing gun to prove the truth.

Role:
Alice Willows
Starring:
Eleanor Parker, Keenan Wynn, Steve Allen, Joan Collins, Stefanie Powers, Ed Begley
Directed By:
Buzz Kulik
34. Hearts of the World (1918)
10
2
Hearts of the World
TV-PG
10
2

Young American, Douglas Gordon Hamilton, living with his family in France falls in love with his neighbor’s daughter, Marie Stephenson. But soon World War I breaks out and their village is bombed. Badly wounded, Douglas is rescued by Marie but German Von Strohm lusts after her. The boy and the girl plan a daring escape. 

Role:
The Girl - Marie Stephenson
Starring:
Erich von Stroheim, Noël Coward, Robert Harron, Adolph Lestina, Josephine Crowell
Directed By:
35. An Unseen Enemy (1912)
10
2
An Unseen Enemy
10
2

This short silent film depicts the story two resourceful sisters. After selling a portion of their late father’s estate, their elder brother leaves the cash in the family safe and goes away. Meanwhile, the housekeeper enlists a criminal to break the safe, locking the girls in the sitting room. Although trembling with fear, the girls refuse to sit idle. 

Role:
The Sister (older)
Starring:
Robert Harron, Harry Carey, Elmer Booth, Dorothy Gish
Directed By:
36. Commandos Strike at Dawn (1942)
10
2
Commandos Strike at Dawn
10
2

A mild-mannered widower who lives in a small Norwegian village is enraged at the atrocities of the Nazis against his fellow peaceful villagers. He escapes to Britain and returns leading a commando force against the Nazis. 

Role:
Mrs. Bergesen
Starring:
John Farrow, Paul Muni, Lloyd Bridges, Anna Lee
Directed By:
37. A Romance of Happy Valley (1919)
10
2
A Romance of Happy Valley
10
2

In order to pursue his ambitions, John Logan Jr. moves to New York City. However, he has to leave a lot behind in his quest for fame and money. Although after working hard, he manages to become rich, it takes him a long time. Eventually, when he returns home, his father doesn’t recognize him.

Role:
Jennie Timberlake
Starring:
Robert Harron, Kate Bruce, Lydia Yeamans Titus, George Fawcett
Directed By:
38. The Birth of a Nation (1915)
11
2
The Birth of a Nation
11
2

Two families, the Stonemans and the Camerons, are close friends, but when the Civil War breaks out, they find themselves on opposite sides of the war.

Role:
Elsie - Stoneman's Daughter
Starring:
John Ford, Henry B. Walthall, Mae Marsh, Mary Alden
Directed By:
39. Romola (1924)
10
2
Romola
10
2

Tito is a good-for-nothing young man who is pretending to be a scholar. He wins the admiration of a blind man, who was looking for someone to finish his scholarly work. He also asks him to marry Romola, his daughter. Although Romola doesn’t really love him, because she loves an artist named Carlo, she gets married with him anyway, due to her father’s wishes. Over some time, he manages to rise to power in the new government.

Role:
Romola
Starring:
Ronald Colman, Dorothy Gish, Charles Lane, William Powell
Directed By:
Henry King
40. The Unforgiven (1960)
10
2
The Unforgiven
10
2

This Western romantic drama film takes us to post-Civil War Texas, and it revolves around the Zachary and the Rawlins families, who are quite close. Charlie, son of the Rawlins family, is interesting in courting Rachel, the adopted daughter of the Zacharys. However, the relationship between the families gets strained when it is suspected that Rachel was stolen as a child from the Kiowa tribe.

Starring:
Burt Lancaster, Audrey Hepburn, Audie Murphy, John Saxon, Charles Bickford
Directed By:
41. The Musketeers of Pig Alley (1912)
10
2
The Musketeers of Pig Alley
10
2
Role:
The Little Lady
Starring:
Lionel Barrymore, Clara T. Bracy, Alfred Paget, Elmer Booth, Walter Miller
Directed By:
42. The Greatest Question (1919)
10
2
The Greatest Question
10
2

Years after witnessing a murder Nellie Jarvis returns to the same place as an orphan. She is taken in by the kindly Hiltons. To help them, she decides to go work for the Cains where she recognizes Mr.Cain as the murderer. When the Hiltons have a stroke of fortune, they rush to save her from the depraved Cains. 

Role:
Nellie Jarvis
Starring:
Robert Harron, Eugenie Besserer, George Fawcett, Ralph Graves
Directed By:
43. The Battle of the Sexes (1914)
10
2
The Battle of the Sexes
10
2
Role:
Jane Andrews, the daughter
Starring:
Robert Harron, Owen Moore, Donald Crisp, Mary Alden
Directed By:
44. The New York Hat (1912)
10
2
The New York Hat
10
2

Young Mollie Harding’s dying mother writes a letter requesting Preacher Bolton to use the money she has left to buy a ‘little finery’ for her daughter who is denied such things by her miser father. Pastor buys Mollie a fancy New York hat that she yearned for, which results in gossip and malicious rumors. Will the things be set right for Mollie?  

Starring:
Mary Pickford, Lionel Barrymore, Kate Bruce, Alfred Paget, Charles Hill Mailes
Directed By:
45. The Mothering Heart (1913)
10
2
The Mothering Heart
10
2

A tender-hearted girl gets swayed by her gloomy admirer and marries him. She works and sacrifices for him but once successful, he leaves her for a rich woman. The pregnant wife returns to her mother’s home where her child is born. When the rich female abandons him, the husband is repentant. But will his remorse bring back something precious that is lost? 

Role:
The Young Wife
Starring:
Kate Bruce, Charles West, Walter Miller, Viola Barry
Directed By:
46. One Romantic Night (1930)
10
2
One Romantic Night
10
2
Role:
Princess Alexandra
Starring:
Marie Dressler, Conrad Nagel, Rod La Rocque, O.P. Heggie
Directed By:
Paul L. Stein
47. His Double Life (1933)
10
2
His Double Life
10
2
Role:
Alice Chalice
Starring:
Montagu Love, Roland Young, Lucy Beaumont, Lumsden Hare
Directed By:
Arthur Hopkins
48. Sold for Marriage (1916)
10
2
Sold for Marriage
10
2
Role:
Marfa
Starring:
Frank Bennett, Walter Long, Allan Sears, Pearl Elmore
Directed By:
Christy Cabanne
49. The Lady and the Mouse (1913)
10
2
The Lady and the Mouse
10
2
Role:
The First Sister Woman
Starring:
Lionel Barrymore, Robert Harron, Henry B. Walthall, Dorothy Gish
Directed By:
50. The Informer (1912)
10
2
The Informer
10
2
Starring:
Mary Pickford, Lionel Barrymore, Kate Bruce, Henry B. Walthall, Walter Miller
Directed By:
51. The Comedians (1967)
10
2
The Comedians
10
2
Starring:
Richard Burton, Elizabeth Taylor, James Earl Jones, Alec Guinness, Cicely Tyson, Peter Ustinov
Directed By:
Peter Glenville
52. The House Built Upon Sand (1916)
10
2
The House Built Upon Sand
10
2
Role:
Evelyn Dare
Starring:
William H. Brown, Roy Stewart, Bessie Buskirk, Jack Brammall
Directed By:
Edward Morrissey
53. The Cobweb (1955)
10
2
The Cobweb
10
2
Role:
Victoria Inch
Starring:
Richard Widmark, Charles Boyer, Lauren Bacall, Oscar Levant, John Kerr
Directed By:
54. The Battle of Elderbush Gulch (1913)
9
2
The Battle of Elderbush Gulch
9
2

While on their way to visit their uncle in the Wild West, Sally and her sister have brought two puppies. Also traveling with them are Melissa, her husband, her newborn baby, and others. When a tribe of Native-Americans attacks them, the settlers try to fight them off. 

Role:
Melissa Harlow
Starring:
Lionel Barrymore, Robert Harron, Alfred Paget, Mae Marsh
Directed By:
55. Enoch Arden (1915)
9
2
Enoch Arden
9
2
Role:
Annie Lee
Starring:
D. W. Griffith, D.W. Griffith, Alfred Paget, Wallace Reid, Mildred Harris
Directed By:
Christy Cabanne
56. The Burglar's Dilemma (1912)
9
2
The Burglar's Dilemma
9
2

As a young burglar is about to enter their house, a jealous brother strikes down his sibling dead. Then he calls the police, and eventually the burglar is charged with the murder. Now the burglar thinks of a way to prove his innocence.

Role:
Birthday Wellwisher
Starring:
Lionel Barrymore, Robert Harron, Henry B. Walthall, Harry Carey
Directed By:
57. The House of Darkness (1913)
9
2
The House of Darkness
9
2

This short drama film revolves around a patient in a mental asylum who gets calmed after he hears the piano playing. However, shortly afterwards, he attempts to break free, and is successful. He manages to elude all his pursuers, and comes to a house where a young wife is home alone.

Role:
The Nurse
Starring:
Lionel Barrymore, Claire McDowell, Charles Hill Mailes, Christy Cabanne
Directed By:
58. The Painted Lady (1912)
9
2
The Painted Lady
9
2

This is a short drama film about two sisters being raised under a strict father, who forbids them to use makeup. While the elder one adheres to all his rules, the younger one happily ignores them. Without makeup, the older one is almost ostracized, feeling lonely until one young man starts paying special attention to her. But who is he? 

Starring:
Lionel Barrymore, Kate Bruce, Blanche Sweet, Joseph Graybill, Charles Hill Mailes
Directed By:
59. Home, Sweet Home (1914)
9
2
Home, Sweet Home
9
2

Home, Sweet Home is a drama film which tells the story of John Howard, who leaves home to pursue a career in theater. Although his mother and his girlfriend gives him encouragement, Payne begins to lead a dissolute life, leading him to ruin and depression. In deep despair he pens a song named ‘Home! Sweet Home!’!

Role:
Payne's Sweetheart
Starring:
Henry B. Walthall, Dorothy Gish, Josephine Crowell, Fay Tincher
Directed By:
60. So Near, Yet So Far (1912)
9
2
So Near, Yet So Far
9
2
Starring:
Mary Pickford, Lionel Barrymore, Robert Harron, Elmer Booth, Walter Miller
Directed By:
61. An Innocent Magdalene (1916)
9
2
An Innocent Magdalene
9
2
Role:
Dorothy Raleigh
Starring:
Spottiswoode Aitken, Mary Alden, Sam De Grasse, Seymour Hastings
Directed By:
Allan Dwan
62. Diane of the Follies (1916)
9
2
Diane of the Follies
9
2
Role:
Diane
Starring:
Lillian Langdon, Howard Gaye, Sam De Grasse, Allan Sears
Directed By:
Christy Cabanne
63. Daphne and the Pirate (1916)
9
2
Daphne and the Pirate
9
2
Role:
Daphne La Tour
Starring:
Walter Long, Elliott Dexter, Howard Gaye, Lucille Young
Directed By:
Christy Cabanne
64. The Sisters (1914)
9
2
The Sisters
9
2
Role:
May
Starring:
Donald Crisp, Dorothy Gish, Elmer Clifton, W.E. Lawrence
Directed By:
Christy Cabanne
65. Gold and Glitter (1912)
8
2
Gold and Glitter
8
2
Role:
The Young Woman
Starring:
Lionel Barrymore, William J. Butler, Elmer Booth, Grace Lewis
Directed By:
66. Hambone and Hillie (1983)
8
2
Hambone and Hillie
PG
8
2

Hambone and Hillie is a comedy drama film which revolves around a dog who treks a long journey from New York City to Los Angeles to find and reunite with his owner Hillie.

Role:
Hillie Radcliffe
Starring:
Nicole Eggert, O. J. Simpson, Wil Wheaton, O.J. Simpson, Candy Clark, Robert Walker Jr., Jack Carter
Directed By:
Roy Watts
67. Sweet Liberty (1986)
8
2
Sweet Liberty
PG
8
2
Starring:
Alan Alda, Lois Chiles, Bob Hoskins, Michelle Pfeiffer, Michael Caine, Lise Hilboldt
Directed By:
68. Captain Macklin (1915)
8
2
Captain Macklin
8
2
Role:
Beatrice
Starring:
Erich von Stroheim, Dark Cloud, Spottiswoode Aitken, William Lowery
Directed By:
John B. O'Brien
69. Brutality (1912)
8
2
Brutality
8
2
Starring:
Lionel Barrymore, Joseph Graybill, Elmer Booth, Mae Marsh, Walter Miller
Directed By:
70. A Cry for Help (1912)
7
1
A Cry for Help
7
1
Role:
The Maid
Starring:
Lionel Barrymore, Claire McDowell, Harry Carey, Walter Miller
Directed By:
71. The Little Tease (1913)
11
2
The Little Tease
11
2
Starring:
Lionel Barrymore, Robert Harron, Kate Bruce, Henry B. Walthall, W. Chrystie Miller
Directed By:
D.W. Griffith
72. The One She Loved (1912)
10
2
The One She Loved
10
2
Starring:
Mary Pickford, Lionel Barrymore, Kate Bruce, Henry B. Walthall
Directed By:
D.W. Griffith
73. The Unwelcome Guest (1913)
10
2
The Unwelcome Guest
10
2
Starring:
Mary Pickford, Lionel Barrymore, Claire McDowell, W. Chrystie Miller, Jack Pickford
Directed By:
D.W. Griffith
74. Just Gold (1913)
9
2
Just Gold
9
2
Starring:
Lionel Barrymore, Kate Bruce, Charles West, Alfred Paget
Directed By:
D.W. Griffith
75. A Misunderstood Boy (1913)
9
2
A Misunderstood Boy
9
2
Role:
The Daughter
Starring:
Lionel Barrymore, Robert Harron, Kate Bruce, Alfred Paget
Directed By:
D.W. Griffith
76. The Left-Handed Man (1913)
8
2
The Left-Handed Man
8
2
Role:
The Old Soldier's Daughter
Starring:
William J. Butler, Harry Carey, Charles West, Kathleen Butler
Directed By:
D.W. Griffith
77. Oil and Water (1913)
7
1
Oil and Water
7
1
Starring:
Lionel Barrymore, Henry B. Walthall, Blanche Sweet, Walter Miller
Directed By:
D.W. Griffith
78. The Conscience of Hassan Bey (1913)
7
1
The Conscience of Hassan Bey
7
1
Role:
The Rugmaker's Daughter
Starring:
Robert Harron, Alfred Paget, William A. Carroll, William Welsh
Directed By:
D.W. Griffith, Christy Cabanne

TV Movie(s)

1. The Trip to Bountiful (1953)
12
2
The Trip to Bountiful
12
2
Role:
Carrie Watts
Starring:
Eva Marie Saint, John Beal, Eileen Heckart, Dennis Cross
Directed By:
Vincent J. Donehue
2. The Spiral Staircase (1961)
12
2
The Spiral Staircase
12
2
Role:
Mrs. Warren
Starring:
Elizabeth Montgomery, Eddie Albert, Gig Young, Edie Adams
Directed By:
Boris Sagal
3. Hobson's Choice (1983)
11
2
Hobson's Choice
11
2
Role:
Miss Molly Winkle
Starring:
Robert Englund, Jack Warden, Richard Thomas, Bert Remsen
Directed By:
Gilbert Cates
4. Arsenic and Old Lace (1969)
10
2
Arsenic and Old Lace
10
2
Role:
Martha Brewster
Starring:
Helen Hayes, Bob Crane, Billy De Wolfe, Fred Gwynne
Directed By:
Robert Scheerer
5. Thin Ice (1981)
9
2
Thin Ice
9
2
Starring:
Lenore Bender, William Bender, James Curtin, R. Allison Dukes
Directed By:
Paul Aaron
6. Twin Detectives (1976)
9
2
Twin Detectives
9
2
Role:
Billy Jo Haskins
Starring:
Patrick O'Neal, Michael Constantine, Jim Hager, Jon Hager
Directed By:
Robert Day
7. Sparrow (1978)
8
2
Sparrow
8
2
Role:
Widow
Starring:
Don Gordon, Beverly Sanders, Randy Hermann, Catherine Hicks
Directed By:
John Berry

TV Shows and Videos

The Alfred Hitchcock Hour (1962)
The Alfred Hitchcock Hour
Starring:
Anne Baxter, Leslie Nielsen, Ed Asner, George Harris Kennedy, Jr, Richard Dawson, Jayne Mansfield, Tom Skerritt
Directed By:
Alfred Hitchcock, Alf Kjellin, Joseph M. Newman, Bernard Girard, John Brahm
Kraft Television Theatre (1947)
Kraft Television Theatre
Starring:
Sal Mineo, Rod Steiger, Lee Grant, George Reeves, Christopher Plummer, Lorne Greene, Jack Lemmon
Directed By:
William A. Graham, Stanley Quinn, Paul Bogart, Harry Herrmann, Richard Dunlap
Schlitz Playhouse of Stars (1951)
Schlitz Playhouse of Stars
Starring:
Janet Leigh, Charles Bronson, Mary Tyler Moore, James Stewart, James Dean, Lee Marvin, Mickey Rooney
Directed By:
Roy Kellino, Jus Addiss, Robert Florey, John Brahm, Ted Post
Robert Montgomery Presents (1950)
Robert Montgomery Presents
Starring:
Charlton Heston, Roger Moore, Don Knotts, Grace Kelly, David Niven, Gena Rowlands, Alexis Smith
Directed By:
John Newland, James Sheldon, Norman Felton, James P. Yarbrough, Vincent J. Donehue
The Ford Theatre Hour (1948)
The Ford Theatre Hour
Starring:
Hume Cronyn, Anthony Quinn, Margaret Sullavan, Anne Bancroft, John Forsythe, Fredric March, Mary Wickes
Directed By:
Marc Daniels, Franklin J. Schaffner, Carl Beier
The Defenders (1961)
The Defenders
Starring:
Martin Landau, Gene Hackman, Robert Reed, Milton Berle, Jon Voight, Doris Roberts, James Coburn
Directed By:
Alex March, Philip Leacock, Paul Stanley, Charles S. Dubin, Leonard Horn
The Philco Television Playhouse (1948)
The Philco Television Playhouse
Starring:
John Carradine, Audra Lindley, Jessica Tandy, Paul Newman, Eli Wallach, Walter Matthau, Jack Klugman
Directed By:
Delbert Mann, Fred Coe, Gordon Duff, Vincent J. Donehue, Arthur Penn
Mr. Novak (1963)
Mr. Novak
Starring:
Peggy Lipton, Teri Garr, Claudine Longet, Frankie Avalon, Katharine Ross, Denver Pyle, James Franciscus
Directed By:
Allen Reisner, Richard Donner, Michael O'Herlihy, Abner Biberman, Paul Wendkos
American Playhouse (1981)
American Playhouse
Starring:
Glenda Jackson, Joyce Bulifant, Megan Mullally, Charles Grodin, Christine Baranski, Jean Simmons, Chris Cooper
Directed By:
Kirk Browning, Jack O'Brien, Jeff Bleckner, Bill Duke, Michael Roemer
Breaking Point (1963)
Breaking Point
Starring:
Telly Savalas, Cliff Robertson, Robert Redford, Gena Rowlands, Eleanor Parker, Ed Asner, Eduard Franz
Directed By:
Paul Wendkos, Ralph Senensky, Elliot Silverstein, William A. Graham, Sydney Pollack
Celanese Theatre (1951)
Celanese Theatre
Starring:
Jack Klugman, David Niven, Richard Burton, Mickey Rooney, Wendell Corey, Ralph Morgan
Directed By:
Alex Segal
The Alcoa Hour (1955)
The Alcoa Hour
Starring:
Nanette Fabray, George Peppard, James Whitmore, Elaine Stritch, Joanne Woodward, Jason Robards, Laurence Harvey
Directed By:
Robert Mulligan, Herbert Hirschman, Norman Felton, Sidney Lumet, Kirk Browning
Ford Star Jubilee (1955)
Ford Star Jubilee
Starring:
Julie Andrews, Bing Crosby, Betty Grable, Marion Ross, Claudette Colbert, Charles Laughton, Lauren Bacall
Directed By:
Paul Nickell, Franklin J. Schaffner, Noël Coward, Paul Harrison
Campbell Playhouse (1952)
Campbell Playhouse
Starring:
Carl Reiner, Barbara Bel Geddes, Art Carney, James Dean, Walter Matthau, Jack Lemmon, Parker Fennelly
Directed By:
Garry Simpson, Alex Segal, Don Appell, Marc Daniels
Play of the Week (1959)
Play of the Week
Starring:
Larry Hagman, Jane Wyatt, George C. Scott, Ray Walston, Sorrell Booke, Paul Lynde, Celeste Holm
Directed By:
Marc Daniels, Henry Kaplan, Ralph Nelson, Don Richardson, Paul Bogart
Playwrights '56 (1955)
Playwrights '56
Starring:
Alice Ghostley, Steven McQueen, Arlene Francis, Paul Newman, Jane Wyatt, John Forsythe, Lee Grant
Directed By:
Delbert Mann, Vincent J. Donehue, Arthur Penn
The Love Boat (1977)
The Love Boat
TV-G
Starring:
Jerry Stiller, Luise Rainer, Tom Hanks, Zsa Zsa Gabor, Sid Caesar, Mel Ferrer, Robert Urich
Directed By:
Richard Kinon, Roger Duchowny, Robert Scheerer, Allen Baron, Ted Lange
Theatre '62 (1961)
Theatre '62
Role:
(1 episode, 1961)
Starring:
Teresa Wright, Lee Remick, James Mason, Eddie Albert, Elizabeth Montgomery