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List of Peter Edward Cook Movies: Ranked Best To Worst

2. Derek and Clive Get the Horn (1979)
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Derek and Clive Get the Horn
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Derek and Clive Get the Horn is a 1979 British documentary comedy film, which chronicles the recording of the comedy album Derek and Clive Ad Nauseam by Peter Cook and Dudley Moore. 

Role:
Clive
Starring:
Dudley Moore, Peter Cook, Judy Huxtable, Richard Branson, Nicola Austin
Directed By:
Russell Mulcahy
3. The Rise and Rise of Michael Rimmer (1970)
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The Rise and Rise of Michael Rimmer
R
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The satirical film follows Michael Rimmer who joins an insignificant British ad agency where he manipulates his way to a place of authority and taking the company to the top position, he becomes a polling specialist. He enters politics to become MP, and acquires wealth and attractive wife. Ruthlessly, he climbs the ladder of success to procure total power of the country.

Role:
Michael Rimmer
Starring:
John Cleese, Graham Chapman, Ronnie Corbett, Harold Pinter, Denholm Elliott, Arthur Lowe, James Cossins
Directed By:
Kevin Billington
4. Bedazzled (1967)
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Bedazzled
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Bedazzled is a romantic comedy fantasy film which tells the story of a cook named Stanley Moon, working at a restaurant in London. He is infatuated with Margaret, a waitress who works in the same establishment. His life takes a turn when the devil appears in front of him, and offers him seven wishes, in exchange of his soul. Despite the wishes, he has problem winning over Margaret, his love.

Role:
George Spiggott
Starring:
Raquel Welch, Barry Humphries, Dudley Moore, Peter Cook, Eleanor Bron, Alba
Directed By:
Stanley Donen
6. Without a Clue (1988)
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Without a Clue
PG
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Based on the famous characters by Arthur Conan Doyle, this film is a Sherlock Holmes story with a difference. Dr Watson is shown as the ace detective, and he has been using an actor to play the role of Holmes in order to protect his role as a physician.

Starring:
Ben Kingsley, Michael Caine, Jeffrey Jones, Paul Freeman, Lysette Anthony
Directed By:
Thom Eberhardt
8. A Dandy in Aspic (1968)
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A Dandy in Aspic
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British agent Eberlin is instructed by his superiors to find and assassinate KGB agent Krasnevin who has killed many of their top agents. What they do not know is that Eberlin himself is the double-agent Krasnevin. When the ruthless, sociopathic British agent Gatiss is sent to assist him, Eberlin must find a way to survive. 

Role:
Prentiss
Starring:
Laurence Harvey, Mia Farrow, Tom Courtenay, Harry Andrews, Peter Cook
Directed By:
9. Bachelor of Hearts (1958)
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Bachelor of Hearts
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A young German student Wolf Hauser arrives at Cambridge as an exchange student. He faces problems negotiating English customs and manners, and he also finds himself as a victim of pranks from several fellow students. He eventually befriends a girl named Ann, who starts to help him deal with his problems.

Starring:
Peter Cook, Miles Malleson, Ronald Lewis, Sylvia Syms, Hardy Krüger
Directed By:
Wolf Rilla
10. Monte Carlo or Bust! (1969)
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Monte Carlo or Bust!
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Role:
Maj. Dawlish
Starring:
Tony Curtis, Dudley Moore, Peter Cook, Bourvil, Walter Chiari
Directed By:
Ken Annakin, Sam Itzkovitch
11. Black Beauty (1994)
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Black Beauty
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Based on an 1877 novel of the same name, this drama film is about a stallion born in the English countryside named Black Beauty. The film portrays his story, starting from his birth to his experiences with the various people who become his owners.

Starring:
Sean Bean, Alan Cumming, David Thewlis, Jim Carter, Docs Keepin Time
Directed By:
Caroline Thompson
12. Yellowbeard (1983)
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Yellowbeard
PG
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Yellowbeard is an adventure action comedy film which tells the story of infamous pirate Yellowbeard, who breaks out of prison. The only thing on his mind now is recovering the treasure that he buried a long time ago. However, the problem is that his map has been tattooed on the head of his son. Things seem even worse because a number of rivals are also planning to beat him to the treasure.

Role:
Lord Lambourn
Starring:
Eric Idle, Tommy Chong, James Mason, Marty Feldman, John Cleese, Spike Milligan, Graham Chapman
Directed By:
Mel Damski
13. The Adventures of Barry McKenzie (1972)
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The Adventures of Barry McKenzie
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The Adventures of Barry McKenzie is an Australian comedy film which revolves around the adventures of a young man named Barry McKenzie, who along with his aunt, travels to England in order to advance his cultural education.  

Role:
Dominic
Starring:
Barry Humphries, Spike Milligan, Peter Cook, Barry Crocker, Paul Bertram
Directed By:
Bruce Beresford
14. Ten Thousand Talents (1960)
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Ten Thousand Talents
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Role:
(voice)
Starring:
Peter Cook, Alan Daiches, David Cohen, Charles Gross, Mark Hendy
Directed By:
Don Levy
15. Great Balls of Fire! (1989)
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Great Balls of Fire!
PG-13
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Great Balls of Fire! is a musical drama biography film which is about the life of pianist Jerry Lee, who had achieved a lot of popularity due to his skills. However, his controversial marriage to his 13 year old cousin causes public uproar and leads to his downfall.

Starring:
Dennis Quaid, Winona Ryder, Alec Baldwin, Stephen Tobolowsky, John Doe
Directed By:
Jim McBride
16. Bedazzled (2000)
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Bedazzled
PG-13
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Being a shy person, Elliot Richardson finds it difficult to express his feelings to co-worker, Alison Gardner, whom he loves. Sensing his predicament, the bewitching Devil offers him seven wishes in return for his soul. As his wishes get fulfilled, he finds a catch in each, and decides to opt out. So, does he finally get the woman of his dreams? 

Starring:
Brendan Fraser, Elizabeth Hurley, Brian Doyle-Murray, Frances O'Connor, Orlando Jones
Directed By:
17. The Hound of the Baskervilles (1978)
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The Hound of the Baskervilles
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This is a satirical take off on Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s novel of the same name. Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson are invited to examine the weird happenings at Baskerville Hall and the curse of a fabled hound. As they start investigating, everyone appears suspicious. So how do they overcome the obstacles to solve the mystery of the Hound? 

Role:
Sherlock Holmes
Starring:
Kenneth Williams, Spike Milligan, Dudley Moore, Peter Cook, Joan Greenwood
Directed By:
Paul Morrissey
18. Supergirl (1984)
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Supergirl
PG
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Supergirl is a superhero film which revolves around Kara Danvers, cousin of the popular DC comics superhero Superman. When an unexpected disaster strikes National City, it is up to her to unveil her hidden powers and save the day.  

Starring:
Peter O'Toole, Faye Dunaway, Mia Farrow, Helen Slater, Hart Bochner
Directed By:
Jeannot Szwarc
19. Find the Lady (1976)
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Find the Lady
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Find the Lady is a comedy film which revolves around a hoodlum who makes various plans to kidnap an heiress. However, every time his plans fail as a wrong woman gets taken.

Starring:
John Candy, Mickey Rooney, Lawrence Dane, Ed McNamara, Robert McHeady
Directed By:
John Trent
20. Getting It Right (1989)
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Getting It Right
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Starring:
Lynn Redgrave, John Gielgud, Helena Bonham Carter, Jane Horrocks, Bryan Pringle, Pat Heywood, Jesse Birdsall
Directed By:
Randal Kleiser
21. Whoops Apocalypse (1986)
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Whoops Apocalypse
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Starring:
Herbert Lom, Ian Richardson, Alexei Sayle, Rik Mayall, Peter Cook, Graeme Garden, Loretta Swit
Directed By:
Tom Bussmann

TV Movie(s)

1. Peter Cook & Co. (1980)
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Peter Cook & Co.
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Role:
Various Characters
Starring:
Terry Jones, Rowan Atkinson, John Cleese, Peter Cook, Beryl Reid
Directed By:
Paul Smith
2. Beyond the Fringe (1964)
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Beyond the Fringe
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Role:
Various Characters
Starring:
Alan Bennett, Dudley Moore, Peter Cook, Jonathan Miller
Directed By:
Duncan Wood
3. Pleasure at Her Majesty's (1976)
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Pleasure at Her Majesty's
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Starring:
John Cleese, Graham Chapman, Alan Bennett, Tim Brooke-Taylor, Eleanor Bron
Directed By:
Jonathan Miller, Roger Graef
4. Alice in Wonderland (1966)
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Alice in Wonderland
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Starring:
Eric Idle, John Gielgud, Peter Sellers, Alan Bennett, Wilfrid Brambell, Finlay Currie
Directed By:
Jonathan Miller
5. The Mermaid Frolics (1977)
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The Mermaid Frolics
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Role:
E. L. Wisty
Starring:
Connie Booth, John Cleese, Peter Cook, Pete Atkin, Julie Covington
Directed By:
Roger Graef
6. Behind the Fridge (1971)
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Behind the Fridge
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Role:
Various Characters
Starring:
Dudley Moore, Peter Cook
Directed By:
Peter Faiman
7. The Craig Ferguson Story (1991)
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The Craig Ferguson Story
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Role:
Fergus Ferguson
Starring:
Craig Ferguson, Peter Cook, June Whitfield, Frankie Howerd, Gerald Harper
Directed By:
Jane Prowse
8. Jake's Journey (1988)
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Jake's Journey
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Role:
King
Starring:
Gabrielle Anwar, Graham Chapman, Alexei Sayle, Rik Mayall, Peter Cook, Griff Rhys Jones
Directed By:
Hal Ashby
9. Kenny Everett's Christmas Carol (1985)
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Kenny Everett's Christmas Carol
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Role:
Ghost Of Christmas Yet To Come
Starring:
Spike Milligan, Peter Cook, Kenny Everett, Michael Barrymore, Debbie Arnold
Directed By:
John Bishop
10. Pete & Dud: The Lost Sketches (2010)
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Pete & Dud: The Lost Sketches
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Starring:
Adrian Edmondson, Angus Deayton, Jonathan Ross, Simon Day, Hugh Dennis
Directed By:
Peter Boyd Maclean

Animation(s)

Roger Mellie: The Man on the Telly (1991)
Roger Mellie: The Man on the Telly
Role:
Roger Mellie (voice) (unknown episodes)
Starring:
Harry Enfield, Peter Cook

TV Shows and Videos

Arena (1975)
Arena
Starring:
Alan Rickman, David Lynch, Ian Holm, Andy Serkis, Dawn French, Jeremy Irons, Jeanne Moreau
Directed By:
Anthony Wall, Nigel Finch, Adam Low, Nigel Williams, David Thompson
BBC Show of the Week (1965)
BBC Show of the Week
Starring:
Tony Bennett, Davies Dancers The Irving, Keith Michell, Sacha Distel, Sammes Singers The Mike
Directed By:
John Howard
Not Only... But Also (1965)
Not Only... But Also
Role:
Various Characters (22 episodes, 1965-1970)
Starring:
Ronnie Barker, Dudley Moore, Alan Bennett, Barry Humphries, Spike Milligan, Peter Cook
Q9 (1969)
Q9
Starring:
Chris Langham, Spike Milligan, Harry Secombe, Peter Cook, David Lodge, John Bluthal
The Black Adder (1982)
The Black Adder
TV-PG
Starring:
Brian Blessed, Miriam Margolyes, Rowan Atkinson, Tim McInnerny, Patrick Allen, Elspet Gray
Directed By:
Martin Shardlow
The Comic Strip Presents... (1982)
The Comic Strip Presents...
Starring:
Emma Thompson, Lenny Henry, Peter Capaldi, Miranda Richardson, Benjamin Zephaniah, Chris Langham, Dawn French
Directed By:
Sandy Johnson, Stephen Frears, Bob Spiers, Keith Allen, Adrian Edmondson
That Was the Week That Was (1962)
That Was the Week That Was
Starring:
David Frost, Roy Kinnear, William Rushton, Millicent Martin, Lance Percival
Directed By:
Ned Sherrin
Goodbye Again (1968)
Goodbye Again
Role:
Various Characters (4 episodes, 1968-1969)
Starring:
Dudley Moore, Peter Cook, Rodney Bewes, John Wells, Donovan
Thirty-Minute Theatre (1965)
Thirty-Minute Theatre
Starring:
Alec Guinness, Jack Wild, Tom Conti, Shelley Winters, Donald Pleasence, Phil Collins, Joss Ackland
Directed By:
Michael Hart, Geoffrey Nethercott, Rodney Bennett, Piers Haggard, Tristan Cole de Vere
The Best of... What's Left of... Not Only... But Also (1990)
The Best of... What's Left of... Not Only... But Also
Role:
Himself / ... (6 episodes, 1990)
Starring:
Dudley Moore, Peter Cook
One Foot in the Grave (1990)
One Foot in the Grave
Starring:
Joe Wright, Joanna Scanlan, Craig Ferguson, Eric Idle, Richard Wilson, Annette Crosbie, Doreen Mantle
Directed By:
Susan Belbin, Christine Gernon
The Two of Us (1981)
The Two of Us
Role:
Robert Brentwood (20 episodes, 1981-1982)
Starring:
Helen Hunt, Joyce Bulifant, Peter Cook, Oliver Clark, Mimi Kennedy
Gone to Seed (1992)
Gone to Seed
Role:
Wesley Willis (6 episodes, 1992)
Starring:
Anthony Newley, Peter Cook, Hilda Fenemore, Sheila Hancock, Warren Clarke
The Mind of David Berglas (1986)
The Mind of David Berglas
Role:
Himself (1 episode, 1986)
Starring:
Omar Sharif, Peter Cook, Ian Carmichael, David Berglas, Max Bygraves

Peter Edward Cook Awards

BAFTA Awards
Winner Best Light Entertainment 1966
Grammy Awards
Winner Best Spoken Word Recording 1975