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List of Joan Crawford Movies: Ranked Best To Worst

1. What Ever Happened to Baby Jane? (1962)
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26
What Ever Happened to Baby Jane?
TV-PG
101
26

Former child star Jane Hudson is now left to care for her wheelchair bound sister Blanche, who is also a former child actress. While Blanche plans revenge on Jane, for the car crash years ago, that left her crippled, Jane plans to keep her sister imprisoned as she also plans a new rise to fame. 

Role:
Blanche Hudson
Starring:
Bette Davis, Victor Buono, Wesley Addy, Julie Allred
Directed By:
Robert Aldrich
2. Mildred Pierce (1945)
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13
Mildred Pierce
TV-PG
56
13

Mildred Pierce is an award-winning romantic crime drama film which tells the story of a hard-working mother, Mildred, whose husband leaves her for another woman. She starts a restaurant business in order to support her two daughters, and soon the business becomes quite a success. Despite this, her elder daughter doesn’t appreciate her mother's efforts.

Role:
Mildred Pierce
Starring:
Jack Carson, Eve Arden, Ann Blyth, Zachary Scott
Directed By:
Awards:
Academy Award for Best Actress in a Leading Role
3. The Unknown (1927)
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6
The Unknown
22
6
Role:
Nanon
Starring:
Nick De Ruiz, Norman Kerry, Lon Chaney, John George
Directed By:
Tod Browning
4. The Women (1939)
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9
The Women
32
9

Mary Haines lives a wealthy and happy life with her wealthy financier husband Stephen and their little daughter Molly. But her life takes a turn after her friend finds out that Stephen is having an affair.

Role:
Crystal Allen
Directed By:
5. Johnny Guitar (1954)
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12
Johnny Guitar
37
12

Johnny Guitar is a Western drama film which tells the story of a strong-willed female saloon owner, who helps a wounded gang member, but she soon finds herself wrongly suspected of murder.  

Role:
Vienna
Starring:
Ernest Borgnine, John Carradine, Denver Pyle, Sterling Hayden, Ward Bond
Directed By:
Nicholas Ray
6. Sudden Fear (1952)
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6
Sudden Fear
18
6
Role:
Myra Hudson
Starring:
Jack Palance, Bruce Bennett, Gloria Grahame, Virginia Huston
Directed By:
David Miller
7. Grand Hotel (1932)
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14
Grand Hotel
37
14

This film revolves around the stories of a few individuals who are completely different from each other. The only thing common about them is that they are staying at the same hotel in Berlin.

Role:
Flaemmchen
Starring:
Directed By:
Edmund Goulding
8. Humoresque (1946)
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5
Humoresque
15
5
Role:
Helen Wright
Starring:
John Garfield, Oscar Levant, J. Carrol Naish, Joan Chandler
Directed By:
Jean Negulesco
9. Harriet Craig (1950)
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4
Harriet Craig
11
4
Role:
Harriet Craig
Starring:
Lucile Watson, Wendell Corey, Allyn Joslyn, William Bishop
Directed By:
Vincent Sherman
10. A Woman's Face (1941)
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5
A Woman's Face
13
5
Role:
Anna Holm
Starring:
Reginald Owen, Melvyn Douglas, Osa Massen, Conrad Veidt
Directed By:
11. The Damned Don't Cry (1950)
12
5
The Damned Don't Cry
12
5
Role:
Ethel Whitehead / Lorna Hansen Forbes
Starring:
David Brian, Kent Smith, Steve Cochran, Hugh Sanders
Directed By:
Vincent Sherman
12. Possessed (1947)
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6
Possessed
16
6
Role:
Louise Howell
Starring:
Stanley Ridges, Van Heflin, Geraldine Brooks, Raymond Massey
Directed By:
Curtis Bernhardt
13. Flamingo Road (1949)
12
5
Flamingo Road
12
5
Role:
Lane Bellamy
Starring:
David Brian, Sydney Greenstreet, Gladys George, Zachary Scott
Directed By:
14. Hollywood Canteen (1944)
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5
Hollywood Canteen
11
5
Starring:
Roy Rogers, Eleanor Parker, Jack Benny, Jane Wyman, Alexis Smith, Barbara Stanwyck, John Garfield
Directed By:
Delmer Daves
15. Rain (1932)
11
5
Rain
11
5
Role:
Sadie Thompson
Starring:
Walter Huston, Ben Hendricks Jr., William Gargan, Fred Howard
Directed By:
Lewis Milestone
16. Strange Cargo (1940)
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5
Strange Cargo
11
5
Role:
Julie
Starring:
Peter Lorre, Clark Gable, Ian Hunter, Paul Lukas
Directed By:
Frank Borzage
17. Possessed (1931)
10
5
Possessed
10
5
Role:
Marian
Starring:
Clark Gable, Wallace Ford, Richard 'Skeets' Gallagher, Frank Conroy
Directed By:
Clarence Brown
18. Sadie McKee (1934)
9
5
Sadie McKee
9
5
Role:
Sadie McKee Brennan
Starring:
Franchot Tone, Gene Raymond, Edward Arnold, Esther Ralston
Directed By:
Clarence Brown
19. Strait-Jacket (1964)
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7
Strait-Jacket
15
7
Role:
Lucy Harbin
Starring:
Lee Majors, George Harris Kennedy, Jr, Diane Baker, Leif Erickson, Howard St. John
Directed By:
William Castle
20. Autumn Leaves (1956)
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6
Autumn Leaves
12
6
Role:
Millicent Wetherby
Starring:
Cliff Robertson, Lorne Greene, Vera Miles, Ruth Donnelly
Directed By:
Robert Aldrich
21. Daisy Kenyon (1947)
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5
Daisy Kenyon
11
5
Role:
Daisy Kenyon
Starring:
Henry Fonda, Dana Andrews, Ruth Warrick, Martha Stewart
Directed By:
22. Dancing Lady (1933)
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5
Dancing Lady
11
5
Role:
Janie Barlow
Starring:
Sterling Holloway, Larry Fine, Fred Astaire, Clark Gable, Franchot Tone, May Robson, Winnie Lightner
Directed By:
Robert Z. Leonard
23. Our Dancing Daughters (1928)
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5
Our Dancing Daughters
10
5
Role:
Diana Medford
Starring:
Dorothy Sebastian, Anita Page, Johnny Mack Brown, Nils Asther
Directed By:
Harry Beaumont
24. Letty Lynton (1932)
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4
Letty Lynton
8
4
Role:
Letty Lynton
Starring:
Robert Montgomery, Lewis Stone, May Robson, Nils Asther
Directed By:
Clarence Brown
25. Queen Bee (1955)
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5
Queen Bee
10
5
Role:
Eva Phillips
Starring:
Betsy Palmer, Barry Sullivan, John Ireland, Lucy Marlow
Directed By:
Ranald MacDougall
26. Mannequin (1937)
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4
Mannequin
9
4

Jessie Cassidy plans to escape the poverty at her home and pushes her boyfriend Eddie Miller to marry her. But Eddie is a crook and convinces Jessie to work as a shopgirl. When shipping tycoon John L. Hennessey falls in love with Jessie, Eddie proposes a devious plan to steal Hennessey’s money. 

Role:
Jessie Cassidy
Starring:
Spencer Tracy, Alan Curtis, Ralph Morgan, Mary Philips
Directed By:
Frank Borzage
27. West Point (1927)
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5
West Point
9
5
Role:
Betty Channing
Starring:
William Bakewell, William Haines, Ralph Emerson, Neil Neely
Directed By:
Edward Sedgwick
28. The Best of Everything (1959)
10
5
The Best of Everything
10
5
Starring:
Louis Jourdan, Diane Baker, Hope Lange, Brian Aherne, Martha Hyer
Directed By:
Jean Negulesco
29. When Ladies Meet (1941)
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4
When Ladies Meet
8
4

To her boyfriend’s dismay, a successful novelist falls in love with her married publisher and decides to marry him by luring him away from his wife. To her, this is the only logical thing to do. However, her boyfriend thinks otherwise and to win her back, he arranges a meeting between the two ladies; the publisher’s wife and the novelist. 

Role:
Mary Howard
Starring:
Greer Garson, Spring Byington, Robert Taylor, Herbert Marshall
Directed By:
Robert Z. Leonard
30. Spring Fever (1927)
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4
Spring Fever
8
4
Role:
Allie Monte
Starring:
George Fawcett, William Haines, George K. Arthur, Eileen Percy
Directed By:
Edward Sedgwick
31. They All Kissed the Bride (1942)
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4
They All Kissed the Bride
8
4
Role:
Margaret J. 'M.J.' Drew
Starring:
Billie Burke, Allen Jenkins, Melvyn Douglas, Roland Young
Directed By:
Alexander Hall
32. Above Suspicion (1943)
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5
Above Suspicion
9
5
Role:
Frances Myles
Starring:
Fred MacMurray, Reginald Owen, Basil Rathbone, Conrad Veidt
Directed By:
Richard Thorpe
33. Forsaking All Others (1934)
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5
Forsaking All Others
8
5

Jeff Williams has been in love with his best-friend Mary Clay ever since they were children. But Mary is marrying their other best friend Dill Todd. When Dill runs away the night before the wedding and marries Connie Barnes, Jeff finally has a chance of winning Mary’s heart. But Mary still has feelings for Dill. 

Role:
Mary Clay
Starring:
Rosalind Russell, Clark Gable, Robert Montgomery, Charles Butterworth, Billie Burke
Directed By:
W.S. Van Dyke
34. The Last of Mrs. Cheyney (1937)
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5
The Last of Mrs. Cheyney
8
5
Role:
Fay Cheyney
Starring:
Robert Montgomery, William Powell, Frank Morgan, Jessie Ralph
Directed By:
Richard Boleslawski, George Fitzmaurice, Dorothy Arzner
35. Female on the Beach (1955)
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5
Female on the Beach
8
5
Role:
Lynn Markham
Starring:
Cecil Kellaway, Jeff Chandler, Jan Sterling, Judith Evelyn
Directed By:
Joseph Pevney
36. The Shining Hour (1938)
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4
The Shining Hour
8
4

Tired of her fast life, Olivia Ridley, a New York night club dancer, agrees to marry Harry Linden, a wealthy farmer from Wisconsin, a match not at all approved by Henry’s dominating sister, Hannah. Nonetheless, they get married and move to the farm, where Olivia faces opposition from Hannah. To make matter worse, her brother-in-law falls in love with her, while his wife becomes her ally. 

Role:
Olivia Riley
Starring:
Hattie McDaniel, Margaret Sullavan, Fay Bainter, Robert Young, Melvyn Douglas
Directed By:
Frank Borzage
37. The Story of Esther Costello (1957)
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4
The Story of Esther Costello
7
4

Margaret Landi’s marriage is almost over. On a visit to her birthplace in Ireland, she meets a teenager called Esther, who has been left deaf, mute and blind by a terrible accident. Rich and lonely, Margaret brings Esther back to her home in Boston and becomes a mother figure to her until her greedy and womanizing husband reenters her home.    

Role:
Margaret Landi
Starring:
Lee Patterson, Rossano Brazzi, Ron Randell, Heather Sears
Directed By:
David Miller
38. The Circle (1925)
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4
The Circle
7
4
Starring:
George Fawcett, Alec B. Francis, Creighton Hale, Eleanor Boardman
Directed By:
Frank Borzage
39. The Bride Wore Red (1937)
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4
The Bride Wore Red
8
4

To prove that there is no basic difference between a peasant and an aristocrat, Count Armalia sends club singer Anni to an upper class resort hotel in the Alps, where she must masquerade as his wealthy friend. There she meets Rudi Pal, one of Armalia’s snobbish friends. Although engaged to another aristocrat, Rudi falls in love with Anni. Anni too begins to take her role much too seriously. 

Role:
Anni Pavlovitch
Starring:
Reginald Owen, Billie Burke, Franchot Tone, Robert Young
Directed By:
Dorothy Arzner
40. Chained (1934)
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4
Chained
7
4

Richard Field is unable to marry his secretary Diane Lovering because his wife Louise refuses to divorce him. He sends Diane on a cruise to weigh her options but she falls in love with Mike Bradley on the cruise. She returns to New York, with the intention of breaking things up with Richard, but Richard proposes to her. 

Role:
Diane Lovering
Starring:
Mickey Rooney, Clark Gable, Otto Kruger, Stuart Erwin, Una O'Connor
Directed By:
Clarence Brown
41. Dance, Fools, Dance (1931)
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4
Dance, Fools, Dance
8
4

With the loss of their entire fortune in a stock market crash and father’s sudden death, former socialites Bonnie and Rodney Jordan must now work to earn their living. While Bonnie becomes a cub journalist, Rodney joins a bootlegger gang, little knowing that one day she will be asked to investigate a murder he has committed under duress. 

Role:
Bonnie
Starring:
Clark Gable, Lester Vail, Cliff Edwards, William Bakewell
Directed By:
Harry Beaumont
42. Tramp, Tramp, Tramp (1926)
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4
Tramp, Tramp, Tramp
7
4
Role:
Betty Burton
Starring:
Tom Murray, Alec B. Francis, Harry Langdon, Edwards Davis
Directed By:
Harry Edwards
43. Paid (1930)
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4
Paid
7
4
Role:
Mary Turner
Starring:
John Miljan, Douglass Montgomery, Marie Prevost, Robert Armstrong
Directed By:
Sam Wood
44. Reunion in France (1942)
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5
Reunion in France
8
5
Role:
Michele de la Becque
Starring:
Ava Gardner, John Wayne, John Carradine, Reginald Owen, Albert Bassermann
Directed By:
Jules Dassin
45. Across to Singapore (1928)
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5
Across to Singapore
7
5

Across to Singapore is a romantic drama film which tells the story of Joel, a young man, who falls for Priscilla, a beautiful lady. However, he soon finds out that she is betrothed to his older brother.

Role:
Priscilla Crowninshield
Starring:
Anna May Wong, Ernest Torrence, Ramon Novarro, Frank Currier, Dan Wolheim
Directed By:
William Nigh
46. Our Modern Maidens (1929)
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4
Our Modern Maidens
7
4
Role:
Billie
Starring:
Douglas Fairbanks Jr., Anita Page, Rod La Rocque, Edward J. Nugent
Directed By:
Jack Conway
47. Our Blushing Brides (1930)
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4
Our Blushing Brides
7
4
Role:
Jerry March
Starring:
Robert Montgomery, Raymond Hackett, Dorothy Sebastian, Anita Page
Directed By:
Harry Beaumont
48. I Saw What You Did (1965)
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6
I Saw What You Did
10
6
Role:
Amy Nelson
Starring:
Sara Lane, John Ireland, Leif Erickson, Andi Garrett
Directed By:
William Castle
49. No More Ladies (1935)
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4
No More Ladies
7
4

Marcia Townsend completely believes in loyalty towards one’s partner, which Jim agrees with; but Marcia is interested in womanizing playboy Sheridan Warren. Even after their marriage, Sherry continues with his philandering and is unrepentant about it. Marcia turns tables on him by throwing a society party where she invites Sherry’s girlfriends and declares her intentions of being unfaithful, which finally cures Sherry.

Role:
Marcia
Starring:
Joan Fontaine, Robert Montgomery, Charles Ruggles, Franchot Tone, Edna May Oliver
Directed By:
50. Love on the Run (1936)
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5
Love on the Run
7
5

Two rival journalists, Mike and Barney, are given two boring assignments. One is to cover the wedding of a millionairess while the other is to interview an aviator couple. The plot takes up a drastic turn when the millionairess bride runs away from the wedding venue with Mike in her toe. Eventually they lead a merry chase across Europe with the aviator couple and Barney following them. 

Role:
Sally Parker
Starring:
Clark Gable, Franchot Tone, Reginald Owen, Mona Barrie
Directed By:
W.S. Van Dyke
51. Goodbye, My Fancy (1951)
7
4
Goodbye, My Fancy
7
4
Role:
Agatha Reed
Starring:
Janice Rule, Eve Arden, Robert Young, Frank Lovejoy
Directed By:
Vincent Sherman
52. This Woman Is Dangerous (1952)
7
4
This Woman Is Dangerous
7
4
Role:
Elizabeth 'Beth' Austin
Starring:
David Brian, Dennis Morgan, Richard Webb, Mari Aldon
Directed By:
Felix E. Feist
53. Susan and God (1940)
7
5
Susan and God
7
5

Based on a 1937 play by Rachel Crothers, the 1940 comedy-drama film Susan and God follows the story of a society matron who discovers a new religious movement and becomes a changed woman. The drastic change in her personality affects the relationships around her. 

Role:
Susan
Starring:
Rita Hayworth, Fredric March, John Carroll, Ruth Hussey
Directed By:
54. Today We Live (1933)
7
5
Today We Live
7
5

Young British woman, Diana Boyce Smith, is engaged to Lt. Claude Hope, serving as a British naval officer during World War I. When Diana’s estate in Kent, is bought by American Richard Bogard, she and Richard fall in love. However, the war and Diana’s commitment to Claude will change their lives forever. 

Role:
Diana
Starring:
Gary Cooper, Franchot Tone, Roscoe Karns, Robert Young
Directed By:
Howard Hawks, Richard Rosson
55. I Live My Life (1935)
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4
I Live My Life
6
4

The story revolves around a socialite bored with her life in New York and an adventurous Irish archeologist, whom she meets on a trip to Greece. Although ill suited to each other, they fall in love and he follows her to New York, where her social life makes him uneasy. Yet, they become engaged to be married. But will they finally marry? 

Role:
Kay Bentley
Starring:
Sterling Holloway, Brian Aherne, Eric Blore, Frank Morgan, Aline MacMahon
Directed By:
W.S. Van Dyke
56. The Stolen Jools (1931)
7
5
The Stolen Jools
7
5

This 1931 short film revolves around the stolen pearls of Norma Shearer. After the theft, a detective is sent to interrogate the party guests, most of which are famous Hollywood stars. 

Starring:
Maurice Chevalier, Irene Dunne, Loretta Young, Buster Keaton, Victor McLaglen, Barbara Stanwyck, Edward G. Robinson
Directed By:
William C. McGann, John G. Adolfi, Thomas Atkins, Harold S. Bucquet, Victor Heerman
57. The Hollywood Revue of 1929 (1929)
6
4
The Hollywood Revue of 1929
6
4
Role:
Self
Starring:
Norma Shearer, Jack Benny
58. This Modern Age (1931)
6
4
This Modern Age
6
4
Role:
Valentine 'Val' Winters
Starring:
Neil Hamilton, Monroe Owsley, Hobart Bosworth, Pauline Frederick
Directed By:
Nick Grinde
59. Torch Song (1953)
6
5
Torch Song
6
5
Role:
Jenny Stewart
Starring:
Gig Young, Marjorie Rambeau, Harry Morgan, Michael Wilding
Directed By:
Charles Walters
60. The Gorgeous Hussy (1936)
6
5
The Gorgeous Hussy
6
5

This historical fiction based on Samuel Hopkins Adams 1934 novel - The Gorgeous Hussy - centres around Peggy Eaton, an inn keeper’s daughter, who works her way up and gains influence in the White House during the tenure of President Andrew Jackson. The friendship generates huge controversy and results in trouble for both.

Role:
Peggy Eaton
Starring:
James Stewart, Lionel Barrymore, Robert Taylor, Franchot Tone
Directed By:
Clarence Brown
61. The Caretakers (1963)
6
5
The Caretakers
6
5
Role:
Lucretia Terry
Starring:
Robert Stack, Polly Bergen, Janis Paige, Diane McBain
Directed By:
Hall Bartlett
62. Twelve Miles Out (1927)
6
4
Twelve Miles Out
6
4
Role:
Jane
Starring:
Ernest Torrence, John Gilbert, Eileen Percy, Paulette Duval
Directed By:
Jack Conway
63. Laughing Sinners (1931)
6
5
Laughing Sinners
6
5

After a cabaret performer is dumped her boyfriend, who is a travelling salesman, she decides to join the Salvation Army to find solace. 

Role:
Ivy 'Bunny' Stevens
Starring:
Clark Gable, Neil Hamilton, Marjorie Rambeau, Guy Kibbee
Directed By:
Harry Beaumont
64. Della (1964)
6
4
Della
6
4

Della Chappell, a wealthy widow and a recluse, has been living in seclusion with her daughter Jenny for over 15 years. When a big outside company wants to buy part of her property for development, they send lawyer Barney Stafford to represent them. After meeting Jenny, he is drawn towards her, but also notices some strange things about that household.

Role:
Della
Starring:
Richard Carlson, Diane Baker, Paul Burke, Charles Bickford
Directed By:
Robert Gist
65. Sally, Irene and Mary (1925)
5
4
Sally, Irene and Mary
5
4
Role:
Irene
Starring:
Sally O'Neil, Constance Bennett, William Haines, Henry Kolker
Directed By:
Edmund Goulding
66. Untamed (1929)
5
4
Untamed
5
4
Role:
Bingo
Starring:
Robert Montgomery, John Miljan, Ernest Torrence, Holmes Herbert
Directed By:
Jack Conway
67. The Boob (1926)
5
4
The Boob
5
4
Role:
Jane - A Revenue Agent
Starring:
Charles Murray, George K. Arthur, Gertrude Olmstead, Tony D'Algy
Directed By:
William A. Wellman
68. Berserk (1967)
7
6
Berserk
7
6
Role:
Monica Rivers
Starring:
Ty Hardin, Michael Gough, Diana Dors, Judy Geeson
Directed By:
Jim O'Connolly
69. The Ice Follies of 1939 (1939)
5
5
The Ice Follies of 1939
5
5

Talented ice-skater Larry Hall falls for and marries inexpert Mary McKay, thus jeopardizing his career. Mary gets a film contract which forbids her to marry, so they keep their marriage a secret. When Mary becomes a star, out-of-work Larry goes to New York to produce ice follicles show which is a huge success. Will their careers allow them a life of togetherness? 

Role:
Mary McKay
Starring:
Carl Switzer, James Stewart, Lewis Stone, Lew Ayres, Ice Follies The International
Directed By:
Reinhold Schünzel
70. Journey to Midnight (1968)
4
4
Journey to Midnight
4
4
Role:
Hostess
Starring:
Chad Everett, Sebastian Cabot, Bernard Lee, Fay Compton
Directed By:
Alan Gibson, Roy Ward Baker
71. Pretty Ladies (1925)
4
4
Pretty Ladies
4
4

Pretty Ladies is a drama comedy film which tells the story of a female comic Maggie who takes a fall off the stage and ends up landing on the drum of Al, a musician. They eventually fall for one another, and get married. Soon, Al becomes a famous songwriter, while Maggie becomes a stay-at-home mother. Things get complicated when Al starts having feelings for another woman.

Starring:
Norma Shearer, Carole Lombard, Lilyan Tashman, Zasu Pitts
Directed By:
Monta Bell
72. Montana Moon (1930)
4
4
Montana Moon
4
4
Role:
Joan
Starring:
Ricardo Cortez, Dorothy Sebastian, Johnny Mack Brown, Benny Rubin
Directed By:
Malcolm St. Clair
73. Rose-Marie (1928)
4
4
Rose-Marie
4
4

This silent drama film tells the story of a woman who finds herself in a complicated situation after the man she really loves is accused of murder. Eventually, she agrees to marry another influential suitor.

Role:
Rose-Marie
Starring:
Lou Costello, James Murray, Creighton Hale, House Peters, Gibson Gowland
Directed By:
Lucien Hubbard
74. Winners of the Wilderness (1927)
3
4
Winners of the Wilderness
3
4

A silent war drama film set during the French and the Indian War. The daughter of a French general, Rene Contrecouer, falls for a soldier of fortune.

Role:
René Contrecoeur
Starring:
Jean Arthur, Edward Connelly, Roy D'Arcy, Tim McCoy
Directed By:
W.S. Van Dyke
75. Four Walls (1928)
3
4
Four Walls
3
4
Role:
Frieda
Starring:
John Gilbert, Vera Gordon, Carmel Myers, Robert Emmett O'Connor
Directed By:
William Nigh
76. Trog (1970)
5
7
Trog
PG
5
7
Role:
Dr. Brockton
Starring:
Michael Gough, Bernard Kay, Kim Braden, David Griffin
Directed By:
Freddie Francis
77. The Duke Steps Out (1929)
2
4
The Duke Steps Out
2
4
Role:
Susie
Starring:
Karl Dane, William Haines, Tenen Holtz, Edward J. Nugent
Directed By:
James Cruze
78. The Understanding Heart (1927)
2
4
The Understanding Heart
2
4
Role:
Monica Dale
Starring:
Francis X. Bushman Jr., Rockliffe Fellowes, Carmel Myers, Richard Carle
Directed By:
Jack Conway
79. The Taxi Dancer (1927)
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3
The Taxi Dancer
1
3

A silent film about a girl from the Southern United States who struggles to be a dancer in New York city. She becomes a taxi dancer and attracts many admirers in the process.

Role:
Joslyn Poe
Starring:
Lou Costello, Rockliffe Fellowes, Owen Moore, Marc McDermott, Gertrude Astor
Directed By:
Harry F. Millarde
80. Paris (1926)
1
3
Paris
1
3
Role:
The Girl
Starring:
Michael Visaroff, Charles Ray, Douglas Gilmore, Rose Dione
Directed By:
Edmund Goulding
81. Great Day (1930)
1
3
Great Day
1
3
Starring:
John Miljan, Anita Page, Marjorie Rambeau, Johnny Mack Brown
Directed By:
Harry Beaumont, Harry A. Pollard
82. Dream of Love (1928)
1
3
Dream of Love
1
3
Role:
Adrienne Lecouvreur
Starring:
Warner Oland, Aileen Pringle, Carmel Myers, Nils Asther
Directed By:
Fred Niblo
83. Woman on the Run (1959)
1
3
Woman on the Run
1
3
Role:
Susan Conrad
Starring:
Mildred Dunnock, Ken Curtis, Mark Goddard, Charles Bickford
Directed By:
Dick Powell
84. Old Clothes (1925)
1
3
Old Clothes
1
3
Role:
Mary Riley
Starring:
Jackie Coogan, Allan Forrest, Max Davidson, Lillian Elliott
Directed By:
Edward F. Cline
85. The Foxes (1961)
1
3
The Foxes
1
3
Role:
Millicent Fox
Starring:
Steve Forrest, John Ireland, Colleen Dewhurst, Wesley Lau
86. The Law of the Range (1928)
1
3
The Law of the Range
1
3
Role:
Betty Dallas
Starring:
Tenen Holtz, Tim McCoy, Bodil Rosing, Rex Lease
Directed By:
William Nigh
87. Screen Snapshots Series 16, No. 12 (1937)
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Screen Snapshots Series 16, No. 12
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2
Role:
Joan Crawford
Starring:
Al Jolson, Ginger Rogers, Ralph Bellamy, Madeleine Carroll, Ralph Staub
Directed By:
Ralph Staub

TV Shows

Night Gallery
22
6
Night Gallery
TV-PG
22
6
Starring:
Laurence Harvey, Diane Keaton, Vincent Price, Broderick Crawford, Joel Grey, Sandra Dee, Rod Serling
Route 66
12
3
Route 66
12
3
Starring:
Robert Duvall, Cloris Leachman, Peter Graves, Sorrell Booke, Walter Matthau, Leslie Nielsen, Martin Sheen
Directed By:
The Man from U.N.C.L.E.
22
6
The Man from U.N.C.L.E.
22
6
Starring:
Janet Leigh, Victor Borge, David McCallum, Martin Landau, William Shatner, Gavin MacLeod, Leonard Nimoy
Directed By:
E. Darrell Hallenbeck, Joseph Sargent, John Brahm, Alf Kjellin, Alvin Ganzer
Zane Grey Theater
9
3
Zane Grey Theater
9
3
Starring:
John Forsythe, David Niven, Lloyd Bridges, Harry Dean Stanton, Celeste Holm, Claudette Colbert, Anne Baxter
Directed By:
The Virginian
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4
The Virginian
TV-PG
14
4
Starring:
Ann Sothern, Carolyn Jones, Harrison Ford, Katy Jurado, Bruce Dern, Elinor Donahue, Barbara Eden
Directed By:
Don McDougall, Abner Biberman, Anton Leader, William Witney, James Sheldon
On Trial
7
3
On Trial
7
3
Starring:
Inger Stevens, Barbara Bel Geddes, Rod Steiger, Alan Ladd, Keenan Wynn, Charles Laughton, Paulette Goddard
Directed By:
Herschel Daugherty
The Lucy Show
13
5
The Lucy Show
13
5
Starring:
Don Rickles, Jimmy Durante, William Frawley, Majel Barrett, Milton Berle, George Burns, Lucille Ball
Directed By:
Jack Donohue, Maury Thompson
The Sixth Sense
8
3
The Sixth Sense
8
3
Starring:
Mary Ann Mobley, Tom Bosley, Christina Crawford, Cloris Leachman, Jane Wyman, Sandra Dee, William Shatner
Directed By:
Allen Baron, John Newland, Alf Kjellin, Sutton Roley, Alan Crosland Jr.
General Electric Theater
7
3
General Electric Theater
7
3
Starring:
Harry Belafonte, Claude Akins, James Franciscus, Jack Klugman, Elsa Lanchester, James Mason, Eva Marie Saint
Directed By:
The Secret Storm
4
4
The Secret Storm
4
4
Role:
Joan Borman Kane
Starring:
Diane Ladd, Laurence Luckinbill, Roy Scheider, Christina Crawford, Ken Kercheval, Jordan Charney, Keith Charles
Directed By:
Joseph L. Scanlan, Portman Paget, Robert Myhrum, Gloria Monty, Erwin Nicholson
The Revlon Mirror Theater
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3
The Revlon Mirror Theater
2
3
Starring:
Agnes Moorehead, Angela Lansbury, Jackie Cooper, Eddie Albert, Lee Marvin, Frances Bavier, Eva Marie Saint
Directed By:
Phil Karlson, Daniel Petrie, Rod Amateau

Special Appearance/Cameo

Ben-Hur: A Tale of the Christ (1925)
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Ben-Hur: A Tale of the Christ
30
8

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.  

Role:
Chariot Race Spectator (uncredited)
Starring:
Gary Cooper, Mary Pickford, Janet Gaynor, Lillian Gish, Carole Lombard, Lionel Barrymore, John Barrymore
Directed By:
Fred Niblo, Charles Brabin, Christy Cabanne, J.J. Cohn, Rex Ingram
The Merry Widow (1925)
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The Merry Widow
15
5
Role:
Ballroom Dancer (uncredited)
Starring:
Clark Gable, Mae Murray, John Gilbert, Roy D'Arcy, Josephine Crowell
Directed By:
Lady of the Night (1925)
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5
Lady of the Night
TV-G
9
5

This is a silent romantic drama film focusing on a convict’s daughter, who earns her living as a taxi dancer. Saved from an unwanted advance by a friend of her boyfriend, she falls for him.  Also in love with him is the daughter of the judge who sent her father to prison 18 years ago. 

Role:
Molly (body double in various sequences) (uncredited)
Starring:
Norma Shearer, George K. Arthur, Malcolm McGregor, Dale Fuller
Directed By:
Monta Bell
It's a Great Feeling (1949)
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6
It's a Great Feeling
11
6
Role:
Joan Crawford (uncredited)
Starring:
Doris Day, Michael Curtiz, Edward G. Robinson, Errol Flynn, King Vidor, Patricia Neal, Mel Blanc
Directed By:
David Butler
Proud Flesh (1925)
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5
Proud Flesh
5
5

Proud Flesh is a romantic comedy drama film which tells the story of Fernanda, a young orphaned girl who had survived an earthquake in San Francisco. She is soon adopted by her relatives in Spain, and raised as a gentlewoman. Years later, she is courted by Don Jaime, but she starts to dislike him. Eventually, she decides to return to the US, where she falls for a young plumber who manufactures bathtubs.

Role:
Party Guest (uncredited)
Starring:
Trixie Friganza, Eleanor Boardman, Pat O'Malley, Harrison Ford
Directed By:
A Slave of Fashion (1925)
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A Slave of Fashion
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Katherine Emerson is a girl from a small town who wants to experience all the luxuries in life. Therefore, she leaves her town behind and sets off to New York, looking for a better life. She is soon involved in a train wreck where another woman, a co-passenger is killed. After finding the deceased woman’s purse, she learns that the latter was invited to spend six months in a luxury apartment in Manhattan. Therefore, she decides to assume the identity of the victim.

Role:
Mannequin (uncredited)
Starring:
Norma Shearer, Lew Cody, William Haines, Mary Carr
Directed By:
Hobart Henley
The Only Thing (1925)
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The Only Thing
1
3

A young woman named Thyra arrives in a kingdom named Chekia to get married to the old king. However, a revolution erupts and the king is killed before the marriage could take place. Meanwhile, the Duke falls in love with Thyra, but so does the chief revolutionary Gigberto.

Role:
Party Guest (uncredited)
Starring:
Conrad Nagel, Edward Connelly, Eleanor Boardman, Arthur Edmund Carewe
Directed By:
Jack Conway

Joan Crawford Awards

Academy Awards
Mildred Pierce Best Actress in a Leading Role 1946