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List of Marcel Marceau Movies: Ranked Best To Worst

3. Barbarella (1968)
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18
Barbarella
PG
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18

Barbarella is a science fiction adventure film, which tells the story of Barbarella, an astronaut from the 41st century, who is sent to a distant plan to stop Durand, an evil scientist, who is a threat to humanity’s future.

Role:
Professor Ping
Starring:
Jane Fonda, Anita Pallenberg, Milo O'Shea, John Phillip Law
Directed By:
4. Die schöne Lügnerin (1959)
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4
Die schöne Lügnerin
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4

This comedy film takes us to Vienna in 1815, and it tells us the story of a beautiful corset-maker who falls madly for a guy who is working as a first valet.

Starring:
Romy Schneider, Paul Guers, Jean-Claude Pascal, Helmuth Lohner
Directed By:
Axel von Ambesser
5. It (1966)
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3
It
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3
Starring:
Bernhard Minetti, Sabine Sinjen, Harry Gillmann, Bruno Dietrich
Directed By:
Ulrich Schamoni
6. Joseph's Gift (1998)
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3
Joseph's Gift
TV-14
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3
Starring:
John Saxon, Pamela Bellwood, Brion James, Robert Townsend
Directed By:
Philippe Mora
7. Ego zvali Robert (1967)
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3
Ego zvali Robert
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3
Starring:
Oleg Strizhenov, Marianna Vertinskaya, Aleksey Dranitsyn, Igor Efimov
Directed By:
Ilya Olshvanger
8. Shanks (1974)
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4
Shanks
PG
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4
Role:
Malcolm Shanks / Old Walker
Starring:
Cindy Eilbacher, Helena Kallianiotes, Philippe Clay, Tsilla Chelton
Directed By:
William Castle
9. Paganini (1989)
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Paganini
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4
Starring:
Klaus Kinski, Dalila Di Lazzaro, Debora Caprioglio, Nikolai Kinski
Directed By:

TV Shows

The Victor Borge Show
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2
The Victor Borge Show
7
2
Role:
Herself (1 episode, 1963)
Starring:
Art Carney, Victor Borge, Dave Apollon, Leonid Hambro

Special Appearance/Cameo

Tempi nostri - Zibaldone n. 2 (1954)
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6
Tempi nostri - Zibaldone n. 2
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6

This comedy film tells us five different stories. The first one is the story of a poverty-ridden couple who feels that they already have enough children, and therefore they think of leaving their newborn at a church.  The second story is about a depressed old woman; the third one is about an elderly actor and actress, who discover that they are old friends, during a shoot. The fourth film is about a bus driver, and the final story is about a woman who is after a camera.

Role:
(segment "La Parade") (uncredited)
Starring:
Sophia Loren, Marcello Mastroianni, Yves Montand, Vittorio De Sica, Memmo Carotenuto, Elisa Cegani, Guido Celano
Directed By:
Alessandro Blasetti, Paul Paviot

Marcel Marceau Awards

Primetime Emmy Awards
Winner Best Specialty Act - Single or Group 1956