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List of Mary Wickes Movies: Ranked Best To Worst

1. Now, Voyager (1942)
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2
Now, Voyager
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2

Charlotte is a spinster who has had her life controlled entirely by her wealthy mother, Mrs. Henry Vale. On a cruise to South America, she meets and starts having an affair with Jerry Durrance, an architect trapped in a bad marriage. After returning, she rebels against her mother, which eventually gives her mother a heart attack, resulting in her death.

Starring:
Bette Davis, Paul Henreid, Claude Rains, Gladys Cooper, Bonita Granville
Directed By:
Irving Rapper
2. Who Done It? (1942)
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2
Who Done It?
12
2
Starring:
Bud Abbott, Lou Costello, William Gargan, Patric Knowles, Louise Allbritton
Directed By:
Erle C. Kenton
3. The Music Man (1962)
12
2
The Music Man
G
12
2

The Music Man is a comedy drama musical film which tells the story of a traveling con artist named Harold Hill, who comes to a Midwestern town by posing as a boys’ band leader. His intention behind posing as the leader of the boys’ band is to raise money and scam the people, but things don’t go as expected.  

Starring:
Ron Howard, Robert Preston, Buddy Hackett, Paul Ford
Directed By:
Morton DaCosta
4. White Christmas (1954)
13
2
White Christmas
13
2

After WWII, Bob Wallace and Phil Davis form a successful Broadway entertainment act. Soon they team up with sister act Betty and Judy Haynes to present a Christmas Show in a rural Vermont lodge. As the boys discover that their WWII commander Gen. Waverly is the lodge owner and is in financial difficulty, the foursome creates a musical extravaganza to help Waverly. 

Starring:
Danny Kaye, Bing Crosby, George Chakiris, Dean Jagger, Rosemary Clooney, Vera-Ellen
Directed By:
5. The Man Who Came to Dinner (1942)
12
2
The Man Who Came to Dinner
G
12
2
Starring:
Jimmy Durante, Bette Davis, Ann Sheridan, Monty Woolley, Richard Travis
Directed By:
William Keighley
6. The Trouble with Angels (1966)
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3
The Trouble with Angels
PG
12
3
Role:
Sister Clarissa
Starring:
Hayley Mills, Rosalind Russell, Binnie Barnes, Camilla Sparv
Directed By:
Ida Lupino
7. How's About It (1943)
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2
How's About It
11
2
Starring:
Shemp Howard, Walter Catlett, Robert Paige, Sisters The Andrews, Grace McDonald
Directed By:
Erle C. Kenton
8. June Bride (1948)
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3
June Bride
11
3
Starring:
Debbie Reynolds, Bette Davis, Robert Montgomery, Fay Bainter, Betty Lynn, Tom Tully
Directed By:
Bretaigne Windust
9. Good Morning, Miss Dove (1955)
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2
Good Morning, Miss Dove
12
2
Starring:
Robert Douglas, Jennifer Jones, Robert Stack, Peggy Knudsen,
Directed By:
Henry Koster
10. On Moonlight Bay (1951)
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2
On Moonlight Bay
12
2
Starring:
Doris Day, Leon Ames, Gordon MacRae, Rosemary DeCamp, Jack Smith
Directed By:
Roy Del Ruth
11. By the Light of the Silvery Moon (1953)
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2
By the Light of the Silvery Moon
12
2
Starring:
Doris Day, Leon Ames, Gordon MacRae, Billy Gray, Rosemary DeCamp
Directed By:
David Butler
12. Dear Heart (1964)
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3
Dear Heart
11
3
Starring:
Geraldine Page, Glenn Ford, Doris Roberts, Angela Lansbury
Directed By:
Delbert Mann
13. Fate Is the Hunter (1964)
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2
Fate Is the Hunter
11
2
Starring:
Jane Russell, Rod Taylor, Glenn Ford, Suzanne Pleshette
Directed By:
Ralph Nelson
14. The Proud Rebel (1958)
11
2
The Proud Rebel
11
2

Upon his return from the war, John Chandler finds his life turned upside down. His wife died in a cannon fire and his son David, who witnessed the event, turned mute due to shock. The father son duo, along with their dog, travel to a town in Illinois in search of good treatment. However, they soon run into trouble when they meet sheep-herder Burleigh brothers.

Starring:
Alan Ladd, John Carradine, Olivia de Havilland, Harry Dean Stanton, Cecil Kellaway, Dean Jagger
Directed By:
15. Ma and Pa Kettle at Home (1954)
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2
Ma and Pa Kettle at Home
12
2
Starring:
Alan Mowbray, Percy Kilbride, Marjorie Main, Alice Kelley,
Directed By:
Charles Lamont
16. Blondie's Blessed Event (1942)
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2
Blondie's Blessed Event
12
2
Starring:
Arthur Lake, Penny Singleton, Larry Simms, Daisy, Jonathan Hale
Directed By:
Frank R. Strayer
17. Touched by Love (1980)
10
2
Touched by Love
PG
10
2

Touched by Love is a drama film, which revolves around a young trainee nurse who attempts to help an unresponsive teenager suffering from cerebral palsy. She also encourages the latter to write to her favorite rock singer, Elvis Presley. 

Starring:
John Amos, Diane Lane, Deborah Raffin, Cristina Raines, Michael Learned
Directed By:
18. Rhythm of the Islands (1943)
10
2
Rhythm of the Islands
10
2
Starring:
Ernest Truex, Andy Devine, Marjorie Gateson, Allan Jones, Jane Frazee
Directed By:
Roy William Neill
19. I'll See You in My Dreams (1951)
11
2
I'll See You in My Dreams
11
2

Prolific lyricist Gus Kahn’s luck changes for the better when he meets and falls in love with Grace LeBoy, who becomes his composer. Later Gus and Grace get married and he achieves even more success until he loses all his savings in the 1929 stock-market crash. 

Starring:
Danny Thomas, Doris Day, James Gleason, Frank Lovejoy, Patrice Wymore
Directed By:
20. Little Women (1994)
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2
Little Women
PG
11
2

Little Women is a family drama film, which tells the story of the March sisters, and their struggles to live and grow in a 19th century America that is struck by the Civil War, after their father leaves to fight for the Union Army. 

Starring:
Winona Ryder, Claire Danes, Kirsten Dunst, Donal Logue, Susan Sarandon, Christian Bale, Gabriel Byrne
Directed By:
Gillian Armstrong
21. Destry (1954)
10
2
Destry
10
2
Starring:
Thomas Mitchell, Edgar Buchanan, Lyle Bettger, Audie Murphy,
Directed By:
George Marshall
22. The Story of Will Rogers (1952)
10
2
The Story of Will Rogers
TV-PG
10
2

The Story of Will Rogers is a biography comedy drama film which revolves around the life of well-known humorist, actor and social critic, Will Rogers. 

Starring:
Slim Pickens, Jane Wyman, James Gleason, Carl Benton Reid, Eve Miller
Directed By:
23. Happy Land (1943)
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2
Happy Land
10
2

Lew Marsh, an Iowa pharmacist, is grief-stricken on learning about son Rusty’s death in war. Embittered that the boy died too soon before enjoying life, Lew isolates himself in his grief. The spirit of his grandfather appears and takes him on a trip through the past, revisiting the milestone moments, convincing Lew that Rusty lived his life well and died an honorable death. 

Starring:
Don Ameche, Natalie Wood, Frances Dee, Ann Rutherford, Harry Carey
Directed By:
Irving Pichel
24. The Actress (1953)
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2
The Actress
10
2

Teenager Ruth Gordon Jones wants to drop out of school and move to New York City to pursue a career as a theater actress. However, her father, a former sailor working a menial job, who was once forced to leave school to seek work, wants her to become an instructor and marry handsome Harvard student Fred Whitmarsh.

Starring:
Anthony Perkins, Jean Simmons, Spencer Tracy, Teresa Wright, Ian Wolfe
Directed By:
25. Anna Lucasta (1949)
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2
Anna Lucasta
10
2

Anna is a young girl who was forced to turn to prostitution after being disowned by her cruel and alcoholic father. Meanwhile, her brother-in-law devises a plan to marry her off to a man named Rudolf, and also make some money in the process. Things get interesting as Rudolf takes an instant liking to her.

Starring:
Broderick Crawford, Paulette Goddard, Oskar Homolka, John Ireland, William Bishop
Directed By:
Irving Rapper
26. How to Murder Your Wife (1965)
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2
How to Murder Your Wife
10
2

Stanley Ford is a cartoonist working for a newspaper, who is enjoying a well-to-do bachelor life in New York City. While attending a bachelor party for his friend Tobey Rawlins, Ford gets too drunk, and gets accidentally married to an Italian woman who doesn’t even speak English. It also seems impossible to get divorce without legal justification. Thus Ford is forced to live a married life. Although the woman initially seems to be cheerful and affectionate, he eventually begins to regret his marriage. Things get even more complicated when she starts believing that Ford is planning to murder her.

Starring:
Jack Lemmon, Claire Trevor, Eddie Mayehoff, Terry-Thomas
Directed By:
Richard Quine
27. It Happened to Jane (1959)
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2
It Happened to Jane
10
2
Starring:
Doris Day, Jack Lemmon, Steve Forrest, Ernie Kovacs, Teddy Rooney
Directed By:
Richard Quine
28. Snowball Express (1972)
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2
Snowball Express
G
10
2
Starring:
Keenan Wynn, Dick Van Patten, Harry Morgan, Nancy Olson, Dean Jones
Directed By:
Norman Tokar
29. Art Trouble (1934)
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2
Art Trouble
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2

Art Trouble is a comedy short film which tells the story of two brothers, who are ordered by their parents to go to Paris to study art, although they have other interests. Therefore, they decide to hire two house painters instead to go in their place. Things get complicated after the impostors win an art contest.

Starring:
James Stewart, Shemp Howard, Beatrice Blinn, Harry Gribbon, Leni Stengel
Directed By:
Ralph Staub
30. Cimarron (1960)
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2
Cimarron
11
2
Starring:
Anne Baxter, Glenn Ford, Russ Tamblyn, Arthur O'Connell
Directed By:
Anthony Mann, Charles Walters
31. Where Angels Go Trouble Follows! (1968)
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2
Where Angels Go Trouble Follows!
G
11
2
Role:
Sister Clarissa
Starring:
Milton Berle, Rosalind Russell, Binnie Barnes, Arthur Godfrey
Directed By:
James Neilson
32. Dance with Me, Henry (1956)
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2
Dance with Me, Henry
10
2

Dance with me, Henry tells the story of two owners of an amusement park, who get in trouble with gangsters. However, the children who visit the amusement park decide to help them out. 

Role:
Miss Mayberry
Starring:
Lou Costello, Bud Abbott, Gigi Perreau, Rusty Hamer
Directed By:
Charles Barton
33. Don't Go Near the Water (1957)
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2
Don't Go Near the Water
10
2

During WWII, a US Navy Personal Relations unit is based on a small South Pacific island. Lt. Max Siegel, looking after the PR duties, runs around keeping war-correspondents and politicians happy by taking them around the island. He also plays a helpful cupid in his yeoman’s romance with an officer nurse, while Siegel himself tries to win over the local schoolteacher Melora.   

Starring:
Eva Gabor, Glenn Ford, Keenan Wynn, Anne Francis
Directed By:
Charles Walters
34. The Petty Girl (1950)
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2
The Petty Girl
10
2

George Petty is an artist who is well-known for his calendar portraits of pretty women. When he meets a young professor named Victoria, he finds himself drawn to her, and tries to get her to pose for his art. Although she declines his offer, he continues to persist.

Starring:
Tippi Hedren, Elsa Lanchester, Robert Cummings, Melville Cooper, Audrey Long
Directed By:
Henry Levin
35. Open Window (1972)
10
2
Open Window
10
2
Role:
Mrs. Sappleton
Starring:
Cindy Eilbacher, Alan Caillou, Britt Leach, Rosalie Williams
Directed By:
Richard Patterson
36. Too Much Johnson (1938)
9
2
Too Much Johnson
9
2

Too Much Johnson is a silent comedy film, which tells the story of a man, who finds out that the woman he loves, is seeing another man. Therefore, he acts like a villain and starts to chase him down. 

Starring:
Judy Holliday, Orson Welles, Joseph Cotten, Edgar Barrier, Virginia Nicolson
Directed By:
37. Bloodhounds of Broadway (1952)
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2
Bloodhounds of Broadway
9
2

An under-investigation bookie Robert ‘Numbers’ Foster flees to Florida; however, his girlfriend Yvonne’s testimony clears him. While returning, he is smitten with Emily Stackerlee, an aspiring stage-artist. When he takes her along to give her a part in a nightclub act, she brings her bloodhounds with her. Yvonne feels jealous, which gives rise to complications when a fresh investigation starts over Foster’s book-making. 

Starring:
Mitzi Gaynor, Charles Bronson, Scott Brady, Michael O'Shea, Mitzi Green
Directed By:
Harmon Jones
38. Postcards from the Edge (1990)
9
2
Postcards from the Edge
R
9
2

Suzanne is an actress who is a recovering drug addict. Her production company says that she has to stay with her mother, if she wants to continue working. However, the problem is that her mother, who is a former actress, still treats her like a child. In addition, she is manipulative and self-absorbed.  

Starring:
Meryl Streep, Shirley MacLaine, Dennis Quaid, Richard Dreyfuss, Annette Bening, Rob Reiner, Gene Hackman
Directed By:
39. Seeing Red (1939)
9
2
Seeing Red
9
2

Red is fired by Mr Jones, his boss, for not getting his desk chair fixed. Red tells Mr Jones that as revenge for this, he is going to haunt him. The same evening, Mr Jones goes to a supper club in his town, along with Mrs Jones, and on the road, he begins to see images of Red everywhere. Even the doorman, the waiter, and the other people begin to resemble Red.

Starring:
Red Skelton, A. Robins, Macs The Merry, Harris & Shore
Directed By:
Roy Mack
40. Napoleon and Samantha (1972)
9
2
Napoleon and Samantha
G
9
2

11 years old Napolean and his grandfather adopt the aging lion, Major, from a circus clown. But his grandfather dies leaving him an orphan and in charge of the lion. Napolean, his friend Samantha, and Major, take an epic journey into the mountains to find their friend Danny who might provide a way out for them. 

Starring:
Michael Douglas, Jodie Foster, Will Geer, Johnny Whitaker, Arch Johnson
Directed By:
Bernard McEveety
41. Higher and Higher (1943)
9
2
Higher and Higher
9
2

Higher and Higher is a romantic comedy drama musical film which revolves around Cyrus Drake, a piano manufacturer who used to be a millionaire, but is currently going through bankruptcy. He is unable to pay his household staff for seven months. When his wife and daughter is on a long trip abroad, they all plan a scheme to pass off the attractive maid as his daughter, so that she can be married off to a rich man. Millie is however in love with Mike, one of the servants.  

Starring:
Frank Sinatra, Michèle Morgan, Jack Haley, Leon Errol, Marcy McGuire
Directed By:
Tim Whelan
42. The Sins of Rachel Cade (1961)
9
2
The Sins of Rachel Cade
9
2

Loosely based on Charles Mercer’s novel Rachel Cade, the story revolves around a protestant missionary doctor, serving in a small medical station in Congo during the WWII.  Although initially skeptical, the military administrator is soon attracted towards her. But drawn towards an injured RAF pilot, she makes love to him the night before he leaves.  

Starring:
Angie Dickinson, Scatman Crothers, Peter Finch, Roger Moore, Woody Strode, Errol John
Directed By:
Gordon Douglas
43. The Spirit Is Willing (1967)
9
2
The Spirit Is Willing
9
2

Ben and Kate rent a haunted house in New England along with their son. Soon, strange and destructive occurrences begin to take place, and the parents begin to suspect their son. However, the real perpetrators are a group of angry ghosts who want the house for themselves.    

Starring:
Sid Caesar, Cass Daley, Vera Miles, John McGiver
Directed By:
William Castle
44. Private Buckaroo (1942)
9
2
Private Buckaroo
9
2

Entertainer Lon Prentice wants to enlist in the army, but he is unable to do so, because of his flat foot. However, he is eventually enlisted after getting it fixed, but he finds most of the military training useless and beneath him, due to to his skill and fame. Eventually, his commander allows him to be exempt from partaking in activities that he doesn’t like. However, this turns the entire camp against him.

Starring:
Shemp Howard, Ernest Truex, Dick Foran, Joe E. Lewis, Sisters The Andrews
Directed By:
Edward F. Cline
45. Young Man with Ideas (1952)
9
2
Young Man with Ideas
9
2

After losing his job, Maxwell Webster considers it as an opportunity to start something on his own. Eventually, he tries to convince his wife to move to Los Angeles, with him and their three adolescent children. However, things don’t go as expected, and life seems to be even harder than before.  

Starring:
Glenn Ford, Nina Foch, Denise Darcel, Ruth Roman, Donna Corcoran
Directed By:
Mitchell Leisen
46. Half a Hero (1953)
9
2
Half a Hero
9
2

Ben Dobson is a freelance writer who finds a full-time writing job at a national magazine. After four years, his wife pressurizes him into moving from New York City to the suburbs, after which his boss asks him to write a story on the suburbs titled ‘Slums of Tomorrow’.

Role:
Mrs. Watts
Starring:
Red Skelton, Charles Dingle, Jean Hagen, Willard Waterman
Directed By:
Don Weis
47. My Kingdom for a Cook (1943)
9
2
My Kingdom for a Cook
9
2
Starring:
Charles Coburn, Edward Gargan, Marguerite Chapman, Isobel Elsom,
Directed By:
Richard Wallace
48. Sister Act (1992)
10
2
Sister Act
PG
10
2

When lounge singer, Deloris, witnesses her gangster boyfriend execute an informant, she is put under witness protection and sent to a rundown convent in San Francisco. Initially a misfit, she soon befriends other nuns and becomes the director of the choir. Under her guidance, it becomes very popular, inviting the attention of her former boyfriend, who has put a bounty on her head.  

Role:
Mary Lazarus
Starring:
Whoopi Goldberg, Maggie Smith, Harvey Keitel, Kathy Najimy, Wendy Makkena
Directed By:
Emile Ardolino
49. The Mayor of 44th Street (1942)
9
2
The Mayor of 44th Street
9
2
Starring:
Richard Barthelmess, Anne Shirley, William Gargan, George Murphy,
Directed By:
Alfred E. Green
50. The Decision of Christopher Blake (1948)
9
2
The Decision of Christopher Blake
9
2

The Decision of Christopher Blake is a drama film which tells the story of Evelyn and Ken Blake, who are about to get divorced after Ken commits adultery. Things get complicated for their 12 year old son Christopher, who is both hurt and confused. He is unable to decide which one of his parents he wants to stay with.

Starring:
Alexis Smith, Lois Maxwell, Robert Douglas, Cecil Kellaway, Ted Donaldson
Directed By:
Peter Godfrey
51. Keeping Fit (1942)
8
2
Keeping Fit
8
2
Starring:
Broderick Crawford, Andy Devine, Irene Hervey, Anne Gwynne, Robert Stack
Directed By:
Arthur Lubin
52. Sister Act 2: Back in the Habit (1993)
8
2
Sister Act 2: Back in the Habit
PG
8
2

This comedy film tells the story of showgirl Delores who once again returns as Sister Mary Clarence to teach music at a Catholic school. However, she must also not only defend the school from closing down, but fend off a few adamant monks as well. 

Role:
Sister Mary Lazarus
Starring:
Jennifer Love Hewitt, Lauryn Hill, Alanna Ubach, James Coburn, Whoopi Goldberg, Maggie Smith, Kathy Najimy
Directed By:
Bill Duke

TV Movie(s)

1. The Decorator (1965)
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3
The Decorator
13
3
Role:
Viola
Starring:
Bette Davis, Ed Begley, Arthur Tovey
Directed By:
Richard Kinon
2. Lucy Calls the President (1977)
12
2
Lucy Calls the President
12
2
Role:
Millie Baker
Starring:
Lucille Ball, Vivian Vance, Gale Gordon, Mary Jane Croft
Directed By:
Marc Daniels
3. The Man Who Came to Dinner (1972)
11
2
The Man Who Came to Dinner
11
2
Starring:
Joan Collins, Lee Remick, Marty Feldman, Don Knotts, Orson Welles, Edward Andrews
Directed By:
Buzz Kulik
4. Willa (1979)
9
2
Willa
9
2
Role:
Eunice
Starring:
Diane Ladd, Cloris Leachman, Corey Feldman, John Amos, Deborah Raffin, Clu Gulager, Nancy Marchand
Directed By:
Joan Darling, Claudio Guzmán
5. The Monk (1969)
8
2
The Monk
8
2
Starring:
Janet Leigh, Jack Albertson, Carl Betz, George Maharis, Rick Jason
Directed By:
George McCowan
6. Fatal Confession: A Father Dowling Mystery (1987)
11
2
Fatal Confession: A Father Dowling Mystery
11
2
Role:
Marie Murkin
Starring:
Tom Bosley, Leslie Nielsen, Tracy Nelson, Susan Blakely
Directed By:
Christopher Hibler
7. The Christmas Gift (1986)
10
2
The Christmas Gift
10
2
Starring:
Jane Kaczmarek, Edward Winter, John Denver, Pat Corley
Directed By:
Michael Pressman
8. The Canterville Ghost (1985)
9
2
The Canterville Ghost
9
2
Role:
Mrs. Umney
Starring:
Brian Austin Green, Barry Van Dyke, Richard Kiley, Shelley Fabares, Christian Jacobs
Directed By:
William F. Claxton
9. Alf Loves a Mystery (1987)
9
2
Alf Loves a Mystery
9
2
Starring:
Shannen Doherty, Betty White, Jackée Harry, Stephen Furst, Luis Daniel Ponce
Directed By:
Tony Singletary
10. Almost Partners (1987)
8
2
Almost Partners
8
2
Starring:
Paul Sorvino, Doris Belack, Joseph Amodei, Jayce Bartok
Directed By:
Alan Kingsberg

Animation(s)

Life with Louie (1995)
Life with Louie
TV-Y
Starring:
Joe Pantoliano, Ed Asner, Jim Belushi, Jim Cummings, Brian Doyle-Murray, Laurie Metcalf, Sid Caesar
The Hunchback of Notre Dame (1996)
The Hunchback of Notre Dame
G
Plot:

The Disney adaptation tells the story of Quasimodo, the kind-hearted deformed hunchback of Notre Dame Cathedral. Growing up hiding from the society, he eventually falls in love with the gypsy Esmeralda. But he must stop the evil archdeacon of Notre Dame, Claude Frollo, who lusts after Esmeralda and wants to destroy the gypsies. 

Starring:
Jason Alexander, Demi Moore, Kevin Kline, Corey Burton, Jim Cummings, Bill Fagerbakke, Mary Kay Bergman
Directed By:
Gary Trousdale, Kirk Wise

TV Shows and Videos

The Man and the City (1971)
The Man and the City
Starring:
David McCallum, Angie Dickinson, Broderick Crawford, Anthony Quinn, Mala Powers
The Dinah Shore Chevy Show (1956)
The Dinah Shore Chevy Show
Starring:
Art Carney, Dinah Shore, Bea Benaderet, Janet Blair, Joel Aldred
The Chevrolet Tele-Theatre (1948)
The Chevrolet Tele-Theatre
Starring:
Nanette Fabray, Jackie Cooper, Eddie Albert, Paul Muni, Buddy Ebsen, Hume Cronyn, Rex Harrison
The George Burns and Gracie Allen Show (1950)
The George Burns and Gracie Allen Show
Starring:
Elinor Donahue, Marion Ross, Carl Reiner, George Burns, Carl Switzer, Gracie Allen, Jack Benny
Alfred Hitchcock Presents (1955)
Alfred Hitchcock Presents
TV-14
Starring:
Wayne Rogers, Mel Blanc, Clint Eastwood, Frances Bavier, Jack Klugman, Laurence Harvey, Gena Rowlands
Directed By:
Robert Stevens, Paul Henreid, Herschel Daugherty, Norman Lloyd, Alfred Hitchcock
Kolchak: The Night Stalker (1974)
Kolchak: The Night Stalker
Starring:
Sorrell Booke, Carolyn Jones, Eric Braeden, Tom Skerritt, Tom Berenger, Alice Ghostley, Erik Estrada
M*A*S*H (1972)
M*A*S*H
TV-PG
Starring:
Patrick Swayze, Alan Alda, Ed Begley Jr., John Ritter, William Christopher, Brian Dennehy, Laurence Fishburne
Directed By:
Charles S. Dubin, Alan Alda, Burt Metcalfe, Gene Reynolds, Hy Averback
I Love Lucy (1951)
I Love Lucy
TV-G
Starring:
Jerry Mathers, Rock Hudson, Claude Akins, George Reeves, Charles Boyer, Barbara Eden, William Frawley
Directed By:
William Asher, Marc Daniels, James V. Kern
Schlitz Playhouse of Stars (1951)
Schlitz Playhouse of Stars
Starring:
Tony Curtis, Burt Reynolds, Mary Tyler Moore, Vincent Price, James Dean, Lee Marvin, Mickey Rooney
Directed By:
Roy Kellino, Jus Addiss, Robert Florey, John Brahm, Ted Post
Annette (1958)
Annette
Starring:
Annette Funicello, David Stollery, Tim Considine, Steve Stevens
Shirley Temple's Storybook (1958)
Shirley Temple's Storybook
Starring:
Shirley Temple, Agnes Moorehead, Sterling Holloway, Charlton Heston, Martin Landau, Ray Walston, Eli Wallach
Directed By:
David Greene, James Neilson, Arthur Hiller, Robert B. Sinclair, Mitchell Leisen
The Red Skelton Show (1951)
The Red Skelton Show
TV-G
Starring:
Jack Wild, Connie Stevens, George Harris Kennedy, Jr, Errol Flynn, Tina Louise, Rita Moreno, Peter Lorre
Directed By:
Seymour Berns, Bill Hobin, John Gaunt, Terry Kyne, Martin Rackin
Playhouse 90 (1956)
Playhouse 90
Starring:
Buster Keaton, Paul Newman, Zsa Zsa Gabor, Andy Griffith, Anne Bancroft, Robert Duvall, William Shatner
Directed By:
John Frankenheimer, Franklin J. Schaffner, Ralph Nelson, Vincent J. Donehue, Arthur Hiller
The Halls of Ivy (1954)
The Halls of Ivy
Role:
Alice the Housekeeper (27 episodes, 1954-1955)
Starring:
Ronald Colman, Benita Hume, Ray Collins, Herbert Butterfield
The Ford Theatre Hour (1948)
The Ford Theatre Hour
Starring:
Fredric March, Lillian Gish, Margaret Sullavan, John Forsythe, Cloris Leachman, Hume Cronyn, Eddie Albert
Directed By:
Marc Daniels, Franklin J. Schaffner, Carl Beier
Zorro (1957)
Zorro
Starring:
Annette Funicello, Rita Moreno, Lee Van Cleef, George J. Lewis, Gene Sheldon, Don Diamond
Columbo (1971)
Columbo
Starring:
Jeff Goldblum, Donald Pleasence, Katey Sagal, Kim Cattrall, Ian McShane, Louis Jourdan, Ray Milland
Directed By:
Vincent McEveety, James Frawley, Patrick McGoohan, Bernard L. Kowalski, Harvey Hart
Matinee Theatre (1955)
Matinee Theatre
Starring:
Jack Nicholson, Werner Klemperer, Alan Young, Michael Landon, Steve Allen, Frances Farmer, James Whitmore
Directed By:
Lamont Johnson, Walter Grauman, Boris Sagal, Allan A. Buckhantz, Sherman Marks
Temple Houston (1963)
Temple Houston
Role:
Ida Goff (5 episodes, 1964)
Starring:
Denver Pyle, Tom Skerritt, Connie Stevens, Eric Braeden, Frank Ferguson, Jeffrey Hunter, Chubby Johnson
The Philco Television Playhouse (1948)
The Philco Television Playhouse
Starring:
Rod Steiger, Eva Marie Saint, Lee Grant, Walter Matthau, Ernest Borgnine, Jessica Tandy, Adam West
Directed By:
Delbert Mann, Fred Coe, Gordon Duff, Vincent J. Donehue, Arthur Penn
Kraft Suspense Theatre (1963)
Kraft Suspense Theatre
Starring:
Jack Lord, John Banner, Eleanor Parker, Katharine Ross, Dina Merrill, Claudine Longet, Bruce Dern
Directed By:
Walter Grauman, Don Weis, Alex March, Ralph Senensky, Buzz Kulik
Shower of Stars (1954)
Shower of Stars
Starring:
Jayne Mansfield, Hedy Lamarr, Peggy Lee, Betty Grable, Ethel Merman, Red Skelton, Mel Blanc
Directed By:
Ralph Levy, Seymour Berns
Angel (1960)
Angel
Starring:
James Garner, Mel Blanc, Don Keefer, Annie Fargue, Marshall Thompson, Doris Singleton
Directed By:
James Sheldon, Ezra Stone, Lamont Johnson
Julia (1968)
Julia
TV-G
Starring:
Bob Hope, Diahann Carroll, Paul Winfield, Susan Olsen, Jodie Foster, Don Ameche, Betty Beaird
Directed By:
Coby Ruskin, Ezra Stone, Fletcher Markle, Hal Kanter, Hollingsworth Morse
Studio One (1948)
Studio One
Starring:
Elizabeth Montgomery, Abe Vigoda, Jerry Stiller, Warren Beatty, Grace Kelly, Barbara Bel Geddes, Christopher Plummer
Directed By:
Paul Nickell, Franklin J. Schaffner, Tom Donovan, Allen Reisner, Robert Mulligan
Bob Hope Presents the Chrysler Theatre (1963)
Bob Hope Presents the Chrysler Theatre
Starring:
Shelley Winters, Ginger Rogers, Robert Reed, Maximilian Schell, Jackie Gleason, Peter Falk, Mel Ferrer
Directed By:
Stuart Rosenberg, Sydney Pollack, Ron Winston, David Butler, Lawrence Dobkin
Sanford and Son (1972)
Sanford and Son
TV-PG
Starring:
Lena Horne, Don Rickles, Della Reese, Scatman Crothers, Dick Van Patten, John Amos, Redd Foxx
Directed By:
Bob LaHendro, Stan Lathan, Alan Rafkin, James Sheldon, Peter Baldwin
Lux Video Theatre (1950)
Lux Video Theatre
Starring:
Alfred Hitchcock, Joanne Woodward, James Arness, Dorothy McGuire, Jean Stapleton, Peter Graves, Cliff Robertson
Directed By:
Richard Goode, Fielder Cook, Buzz Kulik, Earl Eby, Norman Morgan
The Gertrude Berg Show (1961)
The Gertrude Berg Show
Role:
Maxfield (25 episodes, 1961-1962)
Starring:
Marion Ross, Peter Lorre, Jackie Cooper, Cedric Hardwicke, Arlene Francis
Bonino (1953)
Bonino
Starring:
Donald Harris, Ezio Pinza, Chet Allen, Lenka Peterson
The Jimmy Stewart Show (1971)
The Jimmy Stewart Show
Starring:
James Stewart, Julie Adams, Jonathan Daly, Ellen Geer, Dennis Larson
Directed By:
Christian Nyby, Ezra Stone, Hal Kanter
The Waltons (1971)
The Waltons
TV-G
Starring:
Gloria Stuart, Sissy Spacek, Patricia Neal, George Dzundza, Todd Bridges, Jennifer Jason Leigh, Eric Stoltz
Directed By:
Harry Harris, Philip Leacock, Ralph Waite, Lawrence Dobkin, Gwen Arner
The Queen and I (1969)
The Queen and I
Starring:
Alice Ghostley, Pat Morita, Billy De Wolfe, Barbara Stuart
The Donna Reed Show (1958)
The Donna Reed Show
Starring:
Swoosie Kurtz, Bob Crane, Donna Reed, Buster Keaton, Cloris Leachman, John Banner, Marion Ross
Directed By:
Oscar Rudolph, Andrew McCullough, Jeffrey Hayden, Norman Tokar, Gene Nelson
The Doris Day Show (1968)
The Doris Day Show
Starring:
Henry Fonda, Rory Calhoun, Meredith Baxter, Charles Nelson Reilly, Doris Day, John Banner, Ed Begley Jr.
Directed By:
William Wiard, Bruce Bilson, Denver Pyle, Gary Nelson, Coby Ruskin
The Thin Man (1957)
The Thin Man
Starring:
Gavin MacLeod, Don Rickles, Frank Sinatra, Werner Klemperer, Frances Bavier, Marion Ross, Peter Lawford
Directed By:
Oscar Rudolph, Don Weis, William Asher, Andrew McCullough, Richard Kinon
Our Man Higgins (1962)
Our Man Higgins
Starring:
Kurt Russell, Slim Pickens, Audrey Totter, Frank Maxwell, Stanley Holloway, Ricky Kelman
Directed By:
Earl Bellamy, Richard Murphy
Make Room for Daddy (1953)
Make Room for Daddy
Starring:
Veronica Cartwright, Dean Martin, Bob Denver, Danny Thomas, Zsa Zsa Gabor, Ernest Borgnine, Milton Berle
Directed By:
Sheldon Leonard, Danny Thomas, William Asher, Alan Rafkin, Coby Ruskin
Ben Casey (1961)
Ben Casey
Starring:
Telly Savalas, Jerry Lewis, George C. Scott, James Doohan, James Franciscus, Gloria Swanson, Sydney Pollack
Directed By:
Leo Penn, Allen Reisner, Alex March, Charles R. Rondeau, Vince Edwards
F Troop (1965)
F Troop
Starring:
Mako Iwamatsu, Paul Lynde, Vincent Price, Zsa Zsa Gabor, Sterling Holloway, Don Rickles, Milton Berle
Directed By:
Gene Reynolds, Seymour Robbie, Charles R. Rondeau, Gary Nelson, Hollingsworth Morse
Bonanza (1959)
Bonanza
TV-PG
Starring:
Inger Stevens, Dennis Hopper, Lorne Greene, Bonnie Bedelia, Laurence Luckinbill, Leonard Nimoy, Dawn Wells
Directed By:
William F. Claxton, Lewis Allen, Leon Benson, Don McDougall, William Witney
The Phyllis Diller Show (1966)
The Phyllis Diller Show
TV-G
Starring:
Phyllis Diller, Paul Lynde, Ted Cassidy, Grady Sutton, Reginald Gardiner
The Lucy Show (1962)
The Lucy Show
Starring:
Jim Nabors, Joan Crawford, Majel Barrett, Carol Burnett, Edward G. Robinson, Frankie Avalon, Jimmy Durante
Directed By:
Jack Donohue, Maury Thompson
The Beverly Hillbillies (1962)
The Beverly Hillbillies
TV-G
Starring:
Pat Boone, John Wayne, Nancy Dow, Sharon Tate, John Carradine, Eddie Albert, Rob Reiner
Directed By:
Joseph Depew, Richard Whorf, Robert M. Leeds, Guy Scarpitta, Ralph Levy
I Spy (1965)
I Spy
Starring:
Cicely Tyson, Julie London, Anna Karina, John Aniston, Jim Brown, George Takei, Gene Hackman
Directed By:
Leo Penn, Allen Reisner, Earl Bellamy, Alf Kjellin, David Friedkin
Dennis the Menace (1959)
Dennis the Menace
TV-G
Starring:
Ron Howard, Mel Blanc, Elinor Donahue, Jean Stapleton, Kurt Russell, Herbert Anderson, Gloria Henry
Directed By:
Don Taylor, Jeffrey Hayden, William D. Russell, Charles Barton
The Chevy Show (1960)
The Chevy Show
Starring:
Bea Benaderet, Art Carney, Gilbert Roland, Janet Blair, Ricardo Montalban
Here's Lucy (1968)
Here's Lucy
Starring:
Elizabeth Taylor, David Frost, Richard Burton, O. J. Simpson, Eve Plumb, Flip Wilson, Lloyd Bridges
Directed By:
Coby Ruskin, Jack Donohue, Herbert Kenwith, George Marshall, Jack Baker
Sigmund and the Sea Monsters (1973)
Sigmund and the Sea Monsters
Role:
Aunt Zelda (15 episodes, 1973-1974)
Starring:
Jack Wild, Eve Plumb, Pamelyn Ferdin, Johnny Whitaker, Billy Barty
The Alcoa Hour (1955)
The Alcoa Hour
Starring:
Elaine Stritch, George Peppard, Jason Robards, Diane Cilento, Sal Mineo, Helen Hayes, Anne Bancroft
Directed By:
Robert Mulligan, Herbert Hirschman, Norman Felton, Sidney Lumet, Kirk Browning
Actor's Studio (1948)
Actor's Studio
Starring:
Marlon Brando, James Doohan, Grace Kelly, Jessica Tandy, Cloris Leachman, Lee Grant, George Reeves
Directed By:
Yul Brynner, David Pressman, Alex Segal, Ralph Warren, Fred Carr
My Three Sons (1960)
My Three Sons
TV-G
Starring:
Martin Sheen, Ryan O'Neal, Micky Dolenz, Fred MacMurray, Joyce Bulifant, Werner Klemperer, Anne Baxter
Directed By:
Gene Reynolds, Earl Bellamy, James Sheldon, James V. Kern, Richard Whorf
Doc (1975)
Doc
Role:
Nurse Beatrice Tully (14 episodes, 1975-1976)
Starring:
Steve Martin, John Ritter, Barnard Hughes, Elizabeth Wilson
Directed By:
Burt Brinckerhoff, Tony Mordente, Howard Storm, Joan Darling, Bob Lally
ABC Afterschool Specials (1972)
ABC Afterschool Specials
Starring:
Ron Leibman, Meagan Good, Kyra Sedgwick, Lisa Bonet, Adam Sandler, Scott Baio, River Phoenix
Directed By:
Larry Elikann, Arthur Allan Seidelman, Richard C. Bennett, Robert Fuest, Robert C. Thompson
Murder, She Wrote (1984)
Murder, She Wrote
Starring:
Bert Convy, Megan Mullally, Fred Willard, Lorna Luft, Lynn Redgrave, Bridgette Wilson, Shaun Cassidy
Directed By:
Anthony Pullen Shaw, Walter Grauman, Vincent McEveety, Seymour Robbie, Jerry Jameson
The Don Rickles Show (1972)
The Don Rickles Show
Starring:
Bob Newhart, Dick Van Patten, Don Rickles, Barry Gordon
Directed By:
Hy Averback
Matt Houston (1982)
Matt Houston
Starring:
Michelle Phillips, Jonathan Banks, Mary Ann Mobley, Heather Locklear, Tori Spelling, Britt Ekland, David Cassidy
Directed By:
Corey Allen, Michael Vejar, Cliff Bole, James L. Conway, Don Chaffey
Highway to Heaven (1984)
Highway to Heaven
Starring:
Wil Wheaton, Giovanni Ribisi, James Earl Jones, Matthew Perry, Helen Hunt, Paul Walker, Carrie Snodgress
Directed By:
Michael Landon, Victor French, Dan Gordon, William F. Claxton
Trapper John, M.D. (1979)
Trapper John, M.D.
Starring:
Miguel Ferrer, Michael J. Fox, Ted Danson, Forest Whitaker, Timothy Busfield, Elaine Stritch, George Takei
Directed By:
Michael Caffey, Earl Bellamy, Bernard McEveety, Barry Crane, Seymour Robbie
The Debbie Reynolds Show (1969)
The Debbie Reynolds Show
Starring:
Debbie Reynolds, Tom Bosley, Don Chastain, Patricia Smith, Bobby Riha
Directed By:
Ezra Stone
Punky Brewster (1984)
Punky Brewster
TV-G
Starring:
Soleil Moon Frye, Candace Cameron Bure, Alice Ghostley, Talia Balsam, Roxie Roker
Father Dowling Mysteries (1989)
Father Dowling Mysteries
Role:
Marie Murkin / ... (42 episodes, 1989-1991)
Starring:
John Slattery, David McCallum, Tom Bosley, Diane Ladd, Tracy Nelson, James Stephens
Directed By:
Christopher Hibler, James Frawley, Ron Satlof, Seymour Robbie, Russ Mayberry
NBC Presents (1949)
NBC Presents
Starring:
John Forsythe, Cloris Leachman, Nancy Coleman, Phil Arthur, John Forsythe
Tabitha (1976)
Tabitha
TV-G
Starring:
Robert Urich, Werner Klemperer, Barry Van Dyke, Fred Willard, John Fiedler
The Love Boat (1977)
The Love Boat
TV-G
Starring:
Lee Majors, Melissa Gilbert, Sherman Hemsley, Rosey Grier, Vanessa Lynn Williams, Lana Turner, John Ratzenberger
Directed By:
Richard Kinon, Roger Duchowny, Robert Scheerer, Allen Baron, Ted Lange
Hollywood Opening Night (1951)
Hollywood Opening Night
Starring:
Raymond Burr, Ethel Barrymore, David Niven, Gloria Swanson, Buddy Ebsen, Jimmy Fidler, Jimmy Wallington
Directed By:
Richard Irving, William Corrigan
Startime (1959)
Startime
Starring:
Bobby Darin, Joan Fontaine, Alec Guinness, Ingrid Bergman, Nanette Fabray, Agnes Moorehead, Dean Martin
Directed By:
Alfred Hitchcock, Greg Garrison, Gordon Rigsby, Jack Donohue, Bretaigne Windust