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List of Natalie Wood Movies: Ranked Best To Worst

1. The Searchers (1956)
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14
The Searchers
TV-G
54
14

This highly acclaimed movie is about the quest of a Civil War-veteran to rescue his niece from the Comanches. Ex-Confederate soldier, Ethan Edwards, returns to his brother’s Texas ranch, but finds his family massacred and 9-year-old niece Debbie abducted by Chief Scar’s people. Edwards’ nephew Martin Pawley joins him in his long arduous mission to find Debbie. Does he get his niece back?

Role:
Debbie Edwards - Age 15
Starring:
John Wayne, Patrick Wayne, Vera Miles, Ward Bond, Jeffrey Hunter
Directed By:
2. Miracle on 34th Street (1947)
35
8
Miracle on 34th Street
TV-G
35
8

This is the story of an old man, who becomes very popular when he fills in for an intoxicated Santa Clause at the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade. Eventually, he is hired to play the same role at the company’s flagship store on 34th Street in New York City. The problem starts when he starts claiming he is really the Santa Clause. 

Role:
Susan Walker
Starring:
William Frawley, Edmund Gwenn, Gene Lockhart, Maureen O'Hara, John Payne
Directed By:
George Seaton
3. The Ghost and Mrs. Muir (1947)
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5
The Ghost and Mrs. Muir
19
5

The Ghost and Mrs. Muir is a fantasy drama film which tells the story of Mrs. Lucy Muir, a widow, who moves to a village near the seaside, despite the disapproval of her in-laws. She rents a house which has a reputation of being haunted by the spirit of a seaman. However, it soon seems that not only the rumors about the ghost are true, but the ghost is quite harmless.   

Starring:
Gene Tierney, Rex Harrison, George Sanders, Anna Lee, Edna Best
Directed By:
4. Rebel Without a Cause (1955)
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15
Rebel Without a Cause
TV-PG
52
15

This 1955 American drama revolves around a troubled but sensitive teenager named Jim, who rejected his elder’s values, and also wanted to have a purpose in life. The film is known as a groundbreaking attempt to portray the moral decay of the American youth of the time, as well as to explore the conflicts between generations. 

Role:
Judy
Starring:
James Dean, Sal Mineo, Dennis Hopper, Jim Backus, Ann Doran
Directed By:
Nicholas Ray
Awards:
Golden Globe Award for Most Promising Newcomer - Female
5. Splendor in the Grass (1961)
21
5
Splendor in the Grass
21
5

Splendor in the Grass is a romantic drama period film which tells the story of Bud and Deanie, who are weighed down by the expectations of their parents, and soon it also starts to affect their relationship.

Role:
Wilma Dean Loomis
Starring:
Warren Beatty, Phyllis Diller, Pat Hingle, Zohra Lampert, Barbara Loden
Directed By:
6. West Side Story (1961)
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19
West Side Story
64
19

In the summer of 1957, two rival Manhattan gangs, Jets led by Riff and the other, Sharks led by Bernardo fight for control over West Side's Lincoln Square neighborhood. They decide to have a rumble at an upcoming dance to determine who gets control but Riff’s brother, Tony, falls in love with Bernardo’s sister Maria. 

Role:
Maria
Starring:
George Chakiris, Rita Moreno, Gus Trikonis, Richard Beymer, Russ Tamblyn
Directed By:
Robert Wise, Jerome Robbins
7. The Blue Veil (1951)
8
3
The Blue Veil
8
3

The Blue Veil is a historical drama film, which tells the story of a widow who loses her only child during the First World War. Therefore, she decides to spend the rest of her life working as a nurse for little children in order to fill the emptiness within her.

Starring:
Jane Wyman, Charles Laughton, Agnes Moorehead, Vivian Vance, Don Taylor, Richard Carlson, Joan Blondell
Directed By:
Curtis Bernhardt, Busby Berkeley
8. Love with the Proper Stranger (1963)
12
5
Love with the Proper Stranger
12
5
Role:
Angie Rossini
Starring:
Steven McQueen, Tom Bosley, John Aniston, Steve McQueen, Edie Adams, Herschel Bernardi, Anne Hegira
Directed By:
Robert Mulligan
9. Tomorrow Is Forever (1946)
9
3
Tomorrow Is Forever
9
3
Starring:
Orson Welles, Claudette Colbert, Richard Long, Lucile Watson, George Brent
Directed By:
Irving Pichel
10. The Great Race (1965)
18
6
The Great Race
18
6

The Great Race is an action adventure sports comedy film which tells the story of two rivals, The Great Leslie, and Professor Fate, who plan an automobile race from New York to Paris. However, Fate’s sidekick, Max, attempts to sabotage Leslie's car and of the other racers, but Leslie finds an unlikely ally in Maggie, a journalist-turned-racer whose car breaks down during the race.  

Role:
Maggie Dubois
Directed By:
11. Cat on a Hot Tin Roof (1976)
8
3
Cat on a Hot Tin Roof
8
3
Starring:
Laurence Olivier, Robert Wagner, Maureen Stapleton, Jack Hedley
Directed By:
Robert Moore
12. Gypsy (1962)
11
4
Gypsy
TV-PG
11
4

Gypsy is a musical comedy drama film which tells the story of an aggressive and domineering woman named Rose Hovick, who will stop at nothing to turn her beautiful and gifted daughter June into a vaudeville star. Eventually, after some years, June feels tired of being controlled by her mother, and she elopes with a guy named Gerry. Rose is devastated, and she pours all her energy into her older daughter Louise, despite the fact that she is not as skilled as June.

Role:
Louise Hovick
Starring:
Rosalind Russell, Jack Benny, Karl Malden, Betty Bruce, Paul Wallace
Directed By:
Mervyn LeRoy
13. Driftwood (1947)
7
3
Driftwood
7
3

Driftwood is a drama film which tells the story of six-year old Jenny, an orphan, who rescues a dog, after he survives a plane wreck, where all other passengers were killed. She and the dog is soon adopted by Dr Steven Webster, though his fiancée isn’t very fond of themss.   

Role:
Jenny Hollingsworth
Starring:
Walter Brennan, Carl Switzer, Charlotte Greenwood, Ruth Warrick, Dean Jagger
Directed By:
Allan Dwan
14. The Candidate (1972)
13
5
The Candidate
PG
13
5

The Candidate is a comedy drama film which tells the story of an idealistic young lawyer named Bill McKay, who is involved with civil rights, legal aid and ecological issues. He becomes a candidate for the US Senate; however, he has no hope of winning, and neither does he wish to. His only goal is to bring vital issues before the voters.

Starring:
Broderick Crawford, Robert Redford, Allen Garfield, Peter Boyle, Don Porter
Directed By:
Michael Ritchie
15. This Property Is Condemned (1966)
9
4
This Property Is Condemned
9
4

This Property Is Condemned is a romantic drama film which tells the story of Alva, a young girl who clashes with her oppressive mother, when the latter asks her to get married to a wealthy man, although she has her eyes on another man named Owen, whom her mother disapproves of.  

Role:
Alva Starr
Starring:
Charles Bronson, Robert Redford, Kate Reid, Mary Badham
Directed By:
16. The Star (1952)
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4
The Star
8
4
Role:
Gretchen
Starring:
Bette Davis, Sterling Hayden, Warner Anderson, Minor Watson
Directed By:
Stuart Heisler
17. The Jackpot (1950)
7
3
The Jackpot
7
3

Based on real-life incidence, the film follows family man, Bill Lawrence, who wins a radio quiz with $24,000-worth of prizes, which include a Palomino pony, a ton of beef, an interior decorator, a portrait painter, among other things. If that’s not enough, he has to pay unaffordable taxes on the prizes, while his wife suspects an affair between him and portrait painter.  

Starring:
James Stewart, Barbara Hale, Fred Clark, Alan Mowbray
Directed By:
Walter Lang
18. Our Very Own (1950)
7
3
Our Very Own
7
3

Our Very Own is an American drama film, which tells the story of a young girl, Gail, who discovers that she is adopted, during a heated argument with her sister Joan. She sets off in search of her biological parents and her true identity, with the reluctant support of her adoptive parents. 

Starring:
Jane Wyatt, Ann Dvorak, Donald Cook, Farley Granger
Directed By:
David Miller
19. No Sad Songs for Me (1950)
6
4
No Sad Songs for Me
6
4

No Sad Songs For Me tells the story of a housewife who is dying from cancer, but has chosen not to tell her family about it. She even encourages her husband to have an affair with his colleague. However, the situation worsens as her illness continues to grow.  

Role:
Polly Scott
Starring:
Margaret Sullavan, Viveca Lindfors, John McIntire, Wendell Corey
Directed By:
Rudolph Maté
20. Bob & Carol & Ted & Alice (1969)
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4
Bob & Carol & Ted & Alice
R
9
4
Role:
Carol Sanders
Starring:
Leif Garrett, Dyan Cannon, Elliott Gould, Robert Culp, Horst Ebersberg
Directed By:
Paul Mazursky
21. The Other Side of the Wind (2018)
9
5
The Other Side of the Wind
R
9
5
Starring:
Lilli Palmer, John Huston, Dennis Hopper, Norman Foster
Directed By:
22. The Memory of Eva Ryker (1980)
6
3
The Memory of Eva Ryker
6
3
Starring:
Peter Graves, Mel Ferrer, John Alderson, Jean-Pierre Aumont, Ralph Bellamy, William Beckley
Directed By:
Walter Grauman
23. The Cracker Factory (1979)
6
3
The Cracker Factory
6
3
Role:
Cassie Barrett
Starring:
Peter Haskell, Vivian Blaine, Shelley Long, Perry King
Directed By:
Burt Brinckerhoff
24. Chicken Every Sunday (1949)
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3
Chicken Every Sunday
6
3

After her husband goes bankrupt, Emily starts renting the rooms of her house to people, in order to support her family, but slowly it becomes a hotel. Things turn difficult for her, when the bank decides to send her a notice of foreclosure.  

Role:
Ruthie Hefferan
Starring:
Celeste Holm, Alan Young, William Frawley, Dan Dailey, Colleen Townsend
Directed By:
George Seaton
25. Kings Go Forth (1958)
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4
Kings Go Forth
7
4
Role:
Monique Blair
Starring:
Frank Sinatra, Tony Curtis, Leora Dana, Karl Swenson
Directed By:
Delmer Daves
26. The Green Promise (1949)
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3
The Green Promise
7
3

An old farmer, his son and three daughters are leaving behind a failing farm for newer pastures. A county agent, who is attracted to the farmer's eldest daughter, offers to help but the farmer refuses. Much to the children's despair, their father stubbornly sticks to his old ways.

Role:
Susan Matthews
Starring:
Walter Brennan, Ted Donaldson, Marguerite Chapman, Robert Paige
Directed By:
William D. Russell
27. Father Was a Fullback (1949)
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3
Father Was a Fullback
6
3

Father Was a Fullback is a comedy film, which tells the story of a football coach, George Cooper, who struggles to deal with the problems in his family as well as his professional life. .

Role:
Ellen Cooper
Starring:
Fred MacMurray, Thelma Ritter, Betty Lynn, Maureen O'Hara
Directed By:
John M. Stahl
28. Brainstorm (1983)
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6
Brainstorm
PG
12
6

Dr Michael Brace is a research scientist who has been experimenting and trying to create a brain reading device. When he realizes how it can be used for brainwashing, he realizes how dangerous it is, and he vows to destroy his own work.

Role:
Karen Brace
Starring:
Christopher Walken, Louise Fletcher, Cliff Robertson, Jordan Christopher
Directed By:
Douglas Trumbull
29. Sex and the Single Girl (1964)
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4
Sex and the Single Girl
8
4
Role:
Helen Brown
Starring:
Lauren Bacall, Mel Ferrer, Henry Fonda, Tony Curtis
Directed By:
Richard Quine
30. Cash McCall (1960)
6
4
Cash McCall
6
4

Cash McCall is a cunning businessman who makes his profit by purchasing unsuccessful businesses and turning them around. When Austen Plastics becomes available for sale, Cash buys the company to not only run it but win the heart of Lory Austen, his former flame. 

Role:
Lory Austen
Starring:
James Garner, E.G. Marshall, Dean Jagger, Nina Foch
Directed By:
Joseph Pevney
31. Marjorie Morningstar (1958)
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4
Marjorie Morningstar
7
4

Marjorie Morgenstern, a conservative Jewish girl decides to join the acting profession after falling in love with Catskills entertainer Noel Airman. They begin a relationship and he renames her Marjorie Morningstar, even though Airman’s writer, playwright Wally Wronkin is romantically interested in Marjorie and is more suitable for her. 

Role:
Marjorie Morgenstern
Starring:
Gene Kelly, Edd Byrnes, Carolyn Jones, Martin Milner, Claire Trevor, Everett Sloane
Directed By:
Irving Rapper
32. Inside Daisy Clover (1965)
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4
Inside Daisy Clover
8
4
Role:
Daisy Clover
Starring:
Christopher Plummer, Robert Redford, Ruth Gordon, Roddy McDowall
Directed By:
Robert Mulligan
33. Penelope (1966)
6
4
Penelope
PG
6
4
Role:
Penelope
Starring:
Peter Falk, Ian Bannen, Dick Shawn, Jonathan Winters
Directed By:
Arthur Hiller
34. A Cry in the Night (1956)
6
4
A Cry in the Night
6
4

Based on a novel All Through the Night, the film tells the story of a psychopath who kidnaps the attractive daughter of a police captain, and attempts to force himself on her.

Role:
Elizabeth
Starring:
Raymond Burr, Alan Ladd, Richard Anderson, Edmond O'Brien, Brian Donlevy
Directed By:
Frank Tuttle
35. One Desire (1955)
5
3
One Desire
5
3

One Desire is a romantic drama film which tells the story of an ex-gambler Clint whose desire is to escape his shady life along with Tacey, a saloon dancer, and settle down elsewhere. They soon decide to move to a mining town in Colorado, along with Clint’s younger brother.

Role:
Seely Dowder
Starring:
Anne Baxter, Rock Hudson, Julie Adams, Carl Benton Reid
Directed By:
Jerry Hopper
36. All the Fine Young Cannibals (1960)
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4
All the Fine Young Cannibals
6
4

Salome is pregnant with Chad’s baby; but because he has no job, she is forced to leave town. While heading for the East, she meets Tony and marries him without informing him about Chad or the baby. Meanwhile Ruby, a down-on-her-luck blues singer, takes Chad to New York where he plays trumpet, shortly making a name for himself. Then chance brings them together. 

Role:
Sarah 'Salome' Davis
Starring:
Robert Wagner, George Hamilton, Pearl Bailey, Susan Kohner
Directed By:
37. Just for You (1952)
6
3
Just for You
6
3

Renowned Broadway producer Jordan Blake, a widower and father of two teenaged children, is courting his heroine Carolina. When he finds that his daughter Barbara had an argument with police and son Jerry has a crush on Carolina, he realizes he had been neglecting his children. On Carolina’s suggestion, he spends time with them, trying to help them grow into better adults.

Role:
Barbara Blake
Starring:
Bing Crosby, Ethel Barrymore, Jane Wyman, Robert Arthur
Directed By:
Elliott Nugent
38. The Bride Wore Boots (1946)
5
3
The Bride Wore Boots
5
3

Successful author-historian Jeff Warren, who detests horses, is married to Sally Warren, the owner of a horse-farm who has no interest in history. While Sally gets annoyed with literary groupie neighbor Mary-Lou’s open infatuation for Jeff, he cannot stand Sally’s friend Lance. The love in this mismatched couple’s life is restored by a steeplechase horse Albert that Jeff buys as gift for Sally. 

Starring:
Barbara Stanwyck, Patric Knowles, Robert Cummings, Diana Lynn
Directed By:
Irving Pichel
39. Bombers B-52 (1957)
5
4
Bombers B-52
5
4
Role:
Lois Brennan
Starring:
Efrem Zimbalist Jr., Karl Malden, Marsha Hunt, Don Kelly
Directed By:
Gordon Douglas
40. Willie & Phil (1980)
5
3
Willie & Phil
R
5
3

Willie & Phil is a romantic comedy drama film, which tells the story and the experiences of two friends, a photographer and a teacher, who fall in love with the same woman.  

Starring:
Jerry Hall, Margot Kidder, Laurence Fishburne, Michael Ontkean, Ray Sharkey, Jan Miner
Directed By:
Paul Mazursky
41. Scudda Hoo! Scudda Hay! (1948)
5
3
Scudda Hoo! Scudda Hay!
5
3

Snug Dominy leaves his mean step-mother and step-brother to take a job with neighbor Roarer McGill. Snug is in love with Roarer’s daughter who refuses to reveal her true feelings. When his step-brother tries to harm the two mules that Snug bought from Roarer, Snug saves the mules and later, uses them to rescue Roarer, thus earning his blessings to marry his daughter. 

Role:
Eufraznee 'Bean' McGill
Starring:
Marilyn Monroe, Walter Brennan, Anne Revere, June Haver
Directed By:
F. Hugh Herbert
42. The Burning Hills (1956)
5
4
The Burning Hills
5
4

When Trace Jordan finds his brother murdered and several of their horses stolen, he decides to investigate. On discovering that the culprit is none other than cattle baron, Joe Sutton, he injures him in a shootout and flee to Army fort with the baron’s henchmen pursuing him. On the way he meets Maria Colton, a brave half Mexican woman. 

Role:
Maria-Christina Colton
Starring:
Claude Akins, Earl Holliman, Skip Homeier, Tab Hunter, Eduard Franz
Directed By:
Stuart Heisler
43. Dear Brat (1951)
5
3
Dear Brat
5
3
Role:
Pauline
Starring:
Lyle Bettger, Edward Arnold, Billy De Wolfe, Mary Philips
Directed By:
William A. Seiter
44. Peeper (1975)
5
4
Peeper
PG
5
4

Pepeer is an American mystery comedy film, which tells the story of a father who hires an investigator to find his long-lost daughter. However, unknown to him, she is pursued by two dangerous goons. 

Role:
Ellen Prendergast
Starring:
Michael Caine, Michael Constantine, Thayer David, Kitty Winn
Directed By:
Peter Hyams
45. Never a Dull Moment (1950)
5
4
Never a Dull Moment
5
4

Never a Dull Moment is a heist comedy crime film, which revolves around a TV actor, who is mistaken for a notorious hitman. He is forced to continue to pretend to be the hitman to foil the plans of a gangster.    

Role:
Nan
Starring:
Irene Dunne, Fred MacMurray, Andy Devine, William Demarest
Directed By:
George Marshall
46. The Last Married Couple in America (1980)
4
4
The Last Married Couple in America
R
4
4
Role:
Mari Thompson
Starring:
George Segal, Richard Benjamin, Bob Dishy, Valerie Harper
Directed By:
Gilbert Cates
47. The Rose Bowl Story (1952)
4
3
The Rose Bowl Story
4
3
Role:
Sally Burke
Starring:
Vera Miles, Richard Rober, Keith Larsen, Marshall Thompson
Directed By:
William Beaudine
48. The Girl He Left Behind (1956)
4
4
The Girl He Left Behind
4
4

Collegian Andy Schaeffer, indulged by mother, leads a privileged life, whereas his girlfriend, Susan, works hard for her education, and wonders whether their relationship has any future. When their break-up worsens Andy’s grades, he is drafted in the army, but makes his sullen reluctance clear at the Fort Ord basic training camp. However, his superiors decide to turn him into a man. 

Role:
Susan Daniels
Starring:
James Garner, Henry Jones, Jessie Royce Landis, Jim Backus
Directed By:
David Butler
49. The Affair (1973)
4
4
The Affair
4
4
Role:
Courtney Patterson
Starring:
Robert Wagner, Pat Harrington Jr., Bruce Davison, Jamie Smith-Jackson
Directed By:
Gilbert Cates
50. Meteor (1979)
6
6
Meteor
PG
6
6

The US and the USSR joins forces to save the human race from extinction, when a gigantic asteroid heads towards Earth.

Role:
Tatiana Donskaya
Starring:
Sybil Danning, Martin Landau, Brian Keith, Sean Connery, Trevor Howard, Henry Fonda, Karl Malden
Directed By:
Ronald Neame
51. The Silver Chalice (1954)
4
4
The Silver Chalice
4
4
Starring:
Jack Palance, Pier Angeli, Lorne Greene, Paul Newman, Virginia Mayo
Directed By:
Victor Saville

TV Shows

Mayor of the Town
10
1
Mayor of the Town
10
1
Starring:
Thomas Mitchell, Tudor Owen, Kathleen Freeman, Jean Byron
Directed By:
John Rawlins, Marshall Grant
The Pepsi-Cola Playhouse
8
2
The Pepsi-Cola Playhouse
8
2
Starring:
Lee Marvin, Frances Bavier, Charles Bronson, Peter Graves, Claude Akins, Carolyn Jones, Polly Bergen
Directed By:
Camera Three
8
2
Camera Three
8
2
Starring:
Dustin Hoffman, Sam Waterston, George C. Scott, Vanessa Redgrave, Roy Scheider, Corin Redgrave, Martin Sheen
Directed By:
Nick Havinga, John J. Desmond, Merrill Brockway, John Musilli, Ivan Cury
Conflict
8
2
Conflict
8
2
Starring:
Inger Stevens, Jack Lord, Dennis Hopper, James Garner, John Banner, Will Hutchins, Gig Young
Directed By:
John Rich, Leslie H. Martinson, Walter Doniger, Douglas Heyes, Roy Del Ruth
The Pride of the Family
8
2
The Pride of the Family
8
2
Role:
Ann Morrison
Starring:
Paul Hartman, Fay Wray, Larry J. Blake, Robert Hyatt
Directed By:
Bob Finkel
Studio 57
9
2
Studio 57
9
2
Starring:
Rod Taylor, Buddy Ebsen, Angie Dickinson, James Whitmore, John Carradine, Werner Klemperer, Eddie Albert
Directed By:
Kings Row
8
2
Kings Row
8
2
Role:
Renee Gyllinson
Starring:
Dennis Hopper
Directed By:
Paul Stewart
Four Star Playhouse
9
2
Four Star Playhouse
9
2
Starring:
Joanne Woodward, Charles Boyer, Merle Oberon, Amanda Blake, Dina Merrill, Angela Lansbury, David Niven
Directed By:
Public Defender
8
2
Public Defender
8
2
Starring:
Charles Bronson, Dennis Hopper, John Banner, Denver Pyle, Reed Hadley
Directed By:
Sobey Martin, Budd Boetticher, Paul Guilfoyle, Erle C. Kenton, Harve Foster
Chevron Theatre
7
2
Chevron Theatre
7
2
Starring:
Katy Jurado, Leon Askin, Buddy Ebsen, Raymond Burr, Frances Bavier, Carolyn Jones, Peter Graves
Studio One
9
3
Studio One
9
3
Starring:
Anne Bancroft, William Shatner, Leslie Nielsen, Abe Vigoda, Jerry Stiller, Charlton Heston, Grace Kelly
Directed By:
The Kaiser Aluminum Hour
7
2
The Kaiser Aluminum Hour
7
2
Starring:
Sydney Pollack, George Peppard, Cloris Leachman, Nanette Fabray, Eli Wallach, William Shatner, Dennis Hopper
Directed By:
Franklin J. Schaffner, Fielder Cook, George Roy Hill, Paul Bogart, Ira Cirker
Warner Brothers Presents
7
2
Warner Brothers Presents
7
2
Starring:
Elizabeth Montgomery, Jerry Mathers, Charles Bronson, James Garner, Gig Young, Charles McGraw
Directed By:
Don Weis, John Peyser, Paul Stewart
The Ford Television Theatre
9
3
The Ford Television Theatre
9
3
Starring:
Zsa Zsa Gabor, Jeanne Crain, Edward G. Robinson, Elinor Donahue, Rory Calhoun, Joan Fontaine, Teresa Wright
Directed By:
From Here to Eternity
11
4
From Here to Eternity
PG-13
11
4
Role:
Karen Holmes
Starring:
Kim Basinger, William Devane, Joe Pantoliano, Andy Griffith, Steve Railsback, Roy Thinnes
Directed By:
Buzz Kulik
Awards:
Golden Globe Award for Best Actress in a Television Series - Drama
Switch
9
4
Switch
9
4
Starring:
Patrick Duffy, Kim Cattrall, Dionne Warwick, Maud Adams, Eric Braeden, Joan Collins, Slim Pickens
Directed By:
General Electric Theater
8
4
General Electric Theater
8
4
Starring:
Sid Caesar, George Burns, Gena Rowlands, Gavin MacLeod, Bud Abbott, Jessica Tandy, Ernest Borgnine
Directed By:
Hart to Hart
58
30
Hart to Hart
58
30
Starring:
Lois Chiles, Anthony Newley, Ray Walston, Eva Gabor, Robert Englund, Adam West, Capucine
Directed By:
Tom Mankiewicz, Earl Bellamy, Harry Winer, Paul Krasny, Ralph Senensky

Special Appearance/Cameo

The Moon Is Down (1943)
11
5
The Moon Is Down
11
5

During WWII, when the German Nazis occupy a small Norwegian town, the town’s Mayor and the Nazi commandant try to maintain civil conduct. Nazi Col. Lanser, who is instructed to manage the administration of occupied town, tries to turn the people around with persuasion. Though some people comply, others take to armed resistance to the invaders with surreptitious support from Mayor Orden.

Role:
Carrie (uncredited)
Starring:
John Banner, Lee J. Cobb, Cedric Hardwicke, Henry Travers, Margaret Wycherly
Directed By:
Irving Pichel
Happy Land (1943)
9
5
Happy Land
9
5

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. 

Role:
Little Girl Who Drops Ice Cream Cone (uncredited)
Starring:
Don Ameche, Mary Wickes, Frances Dee, Ann Rutherford, Harry Carey
Directed By:
Irving Pichel

Natalie Wood Awards

Golden Globe Awards
Winner World Film Favorite - Female 1966
Rebel Without a Cause Most Promising Newcomer - Female 1957
From Here to Eternity Best Actress in a Television Series - Drama 1980