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List of Peter O'Toole Movies: Ranked Best To Worst

1. Lawrence of Arabia (1962)
37
2
Lawrence of Arabia
PG
37
2

The movie is based on the life of T.E. Lawrence who was sent to Arabia to aide Prince Faisal. He becomes a liaison between the British and the Arabs who are fighting the Turks. His daring victories against the Turks makes Lawrence the hero, but his own exploits weigh heavily on his soul. 

Role:
T.E. Lawrence
Directed By:
Awards:
Golden Globe Award for Most Promising Newcomer - Male, BAFTA Award for Best British Actor
2. The Lion in Winter (1968)
30
3
The Lion in Winter
PG
30
3

The Academy Awards-winning film set in 12th century France features King Henry II, who summons his sons and family at Christmas, to name his successor. Though he favors his youngest son, John, his estranged, imprisoned wife, Queen Eleanor of Aquitaine, released for the holidays, wants the eldest son, Richard, to ascend the throne. The gathered sovereigns conspire to manipulate Henry and have their own way.

Role:
Henry II
Starring:
Directed By:
Anthony Harvey
Awards:
Golden Globe Award for Best Actor - Drama
3. Becket (1964)
26
2
Becket
26
2

King Henry installs his close friend Thomas Becket as the Archbishop of Canterbury, as he hopes that his old friend will help him and be compliant in his ongoing battles with the church. However, things don’t go according to the King’s plans.  

Role:
His King / King Henry II
Starring:
Richard Burton, Elizabeth Taylor, John Gielgud, Gino Cervi, Paolo Stoppa
Directed By:
Peter Glenville
Awards:
Golden Globe Award for Best Actor - Drama
4. How to Steal a Million (1966)
22
4
How to Steal a Million
22
4

Charles Bonnet is a successful art forger, but he finds himself in trouble when one of his works end up in a famous museum in Paris. He is worried because if experts are able to determine that it is inauthentic, his reputation will be tarnished. However, his daughter teams up with a burglar to steal the sculpture before it is too late.  

Role:
Simon Dermott
Starring:
Directed By:
5. My Favorite Year (1982)
28
6
My Favorite Year
PG
28
6

When an aging film star is set to appear on a live TV variety show, a young comedy writer is tasked with the job to keep him sober and ready. Meanwhile, his appearance also creates a sense of nervousness among the TV executives.

Role:
Alan Swann
Starring:
Gloria Stuart, Lainie Kazan, Joseph Bologna, Jessica Harper, Mark Linn-Baker
Directed By:
Richard Benjamin
6. The Night of the Generals (1967)
23
2
The Night of the Generals
PG
23
2

After a prostitute is murdered in Warsaw, Major Grau of the German intelligence investigates the case, and he finds evidence that makes him suspect three Nazi Generals. Soon, it also seems that there is a plot to assassinate Adolf Hitler.  

Role:
General Tanz
Directed By:
Anatole Litvak
7. The Ruling Class (1972)
19
3
The Ruling Class
PG
19
3
Starring:
Coral Browne, Harry Andrews, William Mervyn, Arthur Lowe
Directed By:
Peter Medak
8. The Last Emperor (1987)
21
5
The Last Emperor
TV-14
21
5

The Last Emperor is a biographical historical drama film which tells the story of Pu-Yi, the last emperor of China. After being captured as a war criminal in 1950 by the Red Army, he begins to remember his life, starting from his childhood and his youth, where he was provided with every luxury he could think of, although he was sheltered from the outside world. He also remembers how his life turned upside down with the beginning of the Chinese revolution.

Role:
Reginald 'R. J.' Johnston
Starring:
Cary-Hiroyuki Tagawa, John Lone, Victor Wong, Joan Chen, Ruocheng Ying
Directed By:
Bernardo Bertolucci
9. The Stunt Man (1980)
19
4
The Stunt Man
R
19
4
Role:
Eli Cross
Starring:
Barbara Hershey, Allen Garfield, Steve Railsback, Alex Rocco
Directed By:
Richard Rush
10. Goodbye, Mr. Chips (1969)
21
2
Goodbye, Mr. Chips
G
21
2
Role:
Arthur Chipping
Starring:
Petula Clark, Jeremy Lloyd, Michael Redgrave, George Baker, Siân Phillips
Directed By:
Herbert Ross
Awards:
Golden Globe Award for Best Actor - Comedy or Musical
11. The Party's Over (1965)
10
3
The Party's Over
10
3

The story revolves around a troubled young woman, the daughter of an American industrialist, who travels to London, where she becomes involved with a group of beatniks, taking part in wild parties and free love. Soon her fiancée and her father follow her, intending to take her back to the USA. 

Starring:
Eddie Albert, Oliver Reed, Clifford David, Katherine Woodville, Ann Lynn
Directed By:
Guy Hamilton
12. Murphy's War (1971)
22
3
Murphy's War
GP
22
3
Role:
Murphy
Starring:
Philippe Noiret, Siân Phillips, Horst Janson, John Hallam
Directed By:
Peter Yates
13. The Savage Innocents (1960)
11
2
The Savage Innocents
11
2
Role:
First Trooper
Starring:
Anthony Quinn, Carlo Giustini, Yôko Tani, Marie Yang
Directed By:
Nicholas Ray
14. Man of La Mancha (1972)
22
2
Man of La Mancha
PG
22
2
Role:
Don Quixote De La Mancha / Miguel de Cervantes / Alonso Quijana
Starring:
Brian Blessed, Sophia Loren, Ian Richardson, James Coco, John Castle, Harry Andrews
Directed By:
Arthur Hiller
15. Lord Jim (1965)
18
3
Lord Jim
18
3
Role:
Lord Jim
Starring:
James Mason, Eli Wallach, Paul Frees, Jack Hawkins
Directed By:
Richard Brooks
16. Stardust (2007)
13
7
Stardust
PG-13
13
7

Tristan Thorn is in love with Victoria and in order to marry her promises to bring a fallen star. In the magical kingdom of Stormhold, he discovers that the star is actually a woman named Yvaine and three evil witches and the king’s son are also after her. As he tries to protect her on his way back, he unravels his own true identity.

Starring:
Henry Cavill, Claire Danes, Michelle Pfeiffer, Ricky Gervais, David Walliams, Sienna Rose Miller, Ian McKellen
Directed By:
Matthew Vaughn
17. Zulu Dawn (1979)
17
2
Zulu Dawn
PG
17
2

In 1879, British Army officer Lord Chelmsford plots with diplomat Sir Henry Frere, to declare war on the Zulu population and take over their territory. Despite objections from several prominent individuals in the Cape Colony as well as Great Britain, Lord Chelmsford is eventually authorized to launch an attack on the Zulu Empire. The British become quite frustrated as the Zulu military adopts a Fabian strategy. Instead of engaging in pitched battle, they launch few skirmishes against the British. The overconfident British army eventually learns how they have underestimated the skill and might of the Zulu nation.

Starring:
Burt Lancaster, Sir John Mills, Bob Hoskins, Denholm Elliott, Simon Ward, James Faulkner, Peter Vaughan
Directed By:
Douglas Hickox
18. Troy (2004)
17
5
Troy
R
17
5

A loose adaptation of Homer's Iliad, the film follows the Trojan War, which emerged after Paris, the Trojan prince, convinced the Queen of Sparta, Helen, to leave her husband Menelaus, and come with him to Troy.

Starring:
Brad Pitt, Orlando Bloom, Eric Bana, Diane Kruger, Sean Bean, Brendan Gleeson, Rose Byrne
Directed By:
Wolfgang Petersen
19. My Talks with Dean Spanley (2008)
14
4
My Talks with Dean Spanley
PG
14
4
Role:
Fisk Senior
Starring:
Sam Neill, Judy Parfitt, Bryan Brown, Jeremy Northam
Directed By:
Toa Fraser
20. Kidnapped (1960)
13
3
Kidnapped
13
3
Starring:
Peter Finch, John Laurie, Niall MacGinnis, Bernard Lee
Directed By:
Robert Stevenson
21. Venus (2006)
15
4
Venus
R
15
4

Venus is a romantic comedy drama film which revolves around Maurice Russell, who is an elderly actor. He finds himself attracted to Jessie, the grand-niece of his friend Ian. Meanwhile, his health is also deteriorating due to his prostate cancer. He soon takes Jessie to the National Gallery in London to view his favorite painting and decides to nickname her ‘Venus’.    

Role:
Maurice
Starring:
Vanessa Redgrave, Leslie Phillips, Beatrice Savoretti, Philip Fox
Directed By:
Roger Michell
22. Man Friday (1975)
14
2
Man Friday
PG
14
2
Role:
Robinson Crusoe
Starring:
Peter Cellier, Joel Fluellen, Richard Roundtree, Christopher Cabot
Directed By:
Jack Gold
23. The Day They Robbed the Bank of England (1960)
11
3
The Day They Robbed the Bank of England
11
3
Role:
Capt. Monty Fitch
Starring:
Kieron Moore, Albert Sharpe, Hugh Griffith, Aldo Ray
Directed By:
John Guillermin
24. Operation Snatch (1962)
9
3
Operation Snatch
9
3
Starring:
Ronnie Corbett, Jeremy Lloyd, George Sanders, Lionel Jeffries, Jocelyn Lane, Terry-Thomas, Mark Eden
Directed By:
Robert Day
25. The Bible: In the Beginning... (1966)
15
2
The Bible: In the Beginning...
15
2
Starring:
George C. Scott, Ava Gardner, John Huston, Franco Nero, Richard Harris, Michael Parks
Directed By:
26. Under Milk Wood (1972)
13
2
Under Milk Wood
PG
13
2

Based on Dylan Thomas’s famous radio play, the film portrays a day in the life of the peculiar residents of a fictional seaside Welsh village, ‘Llareggub'. As the wizened Captain Tom Cat, who is going blind, walks with a stranger down the village street, he reminisces about many incidences and people, including his ship-mates and love of his young age, Rosie Probert. 

Role:
Captain Tom Cat
Starring:
Elizabeth Taylor, Richard Burton, Glynis Johns, Vivien Merchant
Directed By:
Andrew Sinclair
27. Molokai: The Story of Father Damien (1999)
11
2
Molokai: The Story of Father Damien
PG
11
2
Starring:
Kris Kristofferson, Derek Jacobi, Sam Neill, Chris Haywood, David Wenham, Kate Ceberano
Directed By:
Paul Cox
28. What's New Pussycat (1965)
12
2
What's New Pussycat
12
2

Michael is a playboy by nature, who is determined to reform and stay faithful to his fiancée Carole. Things however get complicated when several attractive women get charmed by him.  Eventually, he is forced to ask for help from a demented psychologist who is having romantic problems of his own.

Role:
Michael James (as Peter O'toole)
Starring:
Peter Sellers, Ursula Andress, Capucine, Romy Schneider, Woody Allen, Richard Burton, Paula Prentiss
Directed By:
Clive Donner
29. The Sandpiper (1965)
11
3
The Sandpiper
TV-14
11
3
Starring:
Charles Bronson, Eva Marie Saint, Nico, Richard Burton, Elizabeth Taylor, Robert Webber
Directed By:
30. For Greater Glory: The True Story of Cristiada (2012)
13
2
For Greater Glory: The True Story of Cristiada
R
13
2
Starring:
Eva Longoria, Bruce Greenwood, Oscar Isaac, Mauricio Kuri, Adrian Alonso, Rubén Blades
Directed By:
Dean Wright
31. Lassie (2005)
10
3
Lassie
PG
10
3

A family in financial crisis is forced to sell their beloved dog Lassie to the Duke of Rudling, whose granddaughter, Cilla develops a liking to the dog. The film revolves around Lassie’s struggles to reunite with her former owners.  

Role:
The Duke
Starring:
Peter Dinklage, John Lynch, Samantha Morton, Gerry O'Brien
Directed By:
Charles Sturridge
32. The Far Side of Paradise (1976)
9
2
The Far Side of Paradise
R
9
2

After the Second World War begins, Liviu, a Romanian count, along with his wife come to live on an uninhabited tropical island, where they hope to escape the war as well as their past. They bring with them all kinds of provisions along with their servants, to live a life of comfort. However, things take a turn when their friends arrive on the island uninvited.

Role:
Liviu
Starring:
Max von Sydow, Charlotte Rampling, Helena Rojo, Jorge Luke
Directed By:
Arturo Ripstein
33. Bright Young Things (2003)
9
2
Bright Young Things
R
9
2

Bright Young Things is a comedy drama film which takes us to 1930s London. It revolves around Adam Fenwick, an aspiring novelist, who is trying to raise enough money for his marriage. However, things only get worse when his manuscript is confiscated by the officials. Therefore, he looks for a new way to arrange money for his wedding.

Starring:
David Tennant, Mark Gatiss, Michael Sheen, Dan Aykroyd, Stephen Fry, James McAvoy, Sir John Mills
Directed By:
34. Christmas Cottage (2008)
11
2
Christmas Cottage
PG
11
2
Role:
Glen
Starring:
Jared Padalecki, Ed Asner, Marcia Gay Harden, Aaron Ashmore, Richard Burgi
Directed By:
Michael Campus
35. FairyTale: A True Story (1997)
10
3
FairyTale: A True Story
PG
10
3

Elsie and Frances are two young cousins who are spending some time together, after some family tragedies. When they see fairies in a nearby meadow, they snap pictures of them. These pictures soon become known as the first scientific evidence for the existence of fairies. However, this leads to a huge debate, with some claiming that the picture are fake, while some accepting that they are genuine.  

Role:
Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
Starring:
Harvey Keitel, Tom Sturridge, Mel Gibson, Jason Salkey, Lara Morgan
Directed By:
Charles Sturridge
36. Brotherly Love (1970)
11
2
Brotherly Love
R
11
2

After leaving her husband, a young woman Hilary moves in with her brother. However, she is unaware of the fact that he is quite eccentric and unbalanced.

Role:
Sir Charles Ferguson
Starring:
Brian Blessed, Cyril Cusack, Harry Andrews, Michael Craig, Susannah York
Directed By:
J. Lee Thompson
37. One Night with the King (2006)
11
2
One Night with the King
PG
11
2

King Xerxes is holding a great feast for all the people of his kingdom to attend. Hadassah, a beautiful young Jewish girl, travels to Persia, where the King’s eyes fall on her. Xerxes chooses her as his queen. However, he is not aware of the fact that she is Jewish.

Starring:
John Rhys-Davies, Luke Goss, Omar Sharif, Tiffany Dupont
Directed By:
Michael O. Sajbel
38. Creator (1985)
12
2
Creator
R
12
2
Role:
Dr. Harry Wolper
Starring:
Mariel Hemingway, Vincent Spano, David Ogden Stiers, Virginia Madsen
Directed By:
Ivan Passer
39. Great Catherine (1968)
10
2
Great Catherine
G
10
2

Based on a play by the famous playwright George Bernard Shaw, this comedy film tells the story of Captain Charles Edstaston, a British officer, who arrive at St. Petersburg, with his fiancée. He seeks audience with the Empress Catherine, but things get complicated when she gets obsessed with him.

Role:
Capt. Charles Edstaston
Starring:
Jeanne Moreau, Akim Tamiroff, Jack Hawkins, Zero Mostel
Directed By:
Gordon Flemyng
40. Global Heresy (2002)
11
3
Global Heresy
R
11
3
Role:
Lord Foxley
Starring:
Alicia Silverstone, Joan Plowright, Jaimz Woolvett, Keram Malicki-Sánchez
Directed By:
Sidney J. Furie
41. Power Play (1978)
8
2
Power Play
8
2

A group of military officers get frustrated with the corruption and repression of their government, and decide to start a coup and overthrow the current regime. However, the leader of the coup discovers that there may be a spy in their midst.  

Role:
Colonel Zeller
Starring:
Donald Pleasence, Barry Morse, David Hemmings, Jon Granik
Directed By:
Martyn Burke
42. High Spirits (1988)
16
3
High Spirits
PG-13
16
3

Peter Plunkett is running a hotel, but due to the chronic vacancies, he decides to portray the place as haunted, hoping that it will attract more people. However, he fails at scaring any of the tourists using his unconvincing effects. But things turn upside down when Mary and Martin, two actual ghosts show up, but they soon begin to develop feelings for two of the guests.

Role:
Peter Plunkett
Starring:
Liam Neeson, Daryl Hannah, Jennifer Tilly, Connie Booth, Liz Smith, Tony Rohr, Donal McCann
Directed By:
Neil Jordan
43. Casino Royale (1967)
12
2
Casino Royale
TV-14
12
2

In this spy spoof, a retired James Bond is persuaded to rejoin the secret service to counter shadowy organization SMERSH, allegedly responsible for murdering secret agents. Sir James devises a plan to assemble a group of agents, all named James Bond 007, to confuse SMERSH. Each new Bond is assigned a specific role. Now Sir James must nab the brain behind SMERSH.  

Starring:
David Niven, Orson Welles, William Holden, Geraldine Chaplin, Jean-Paul Belmondo, Deborah Kerr, Jacqueline Bisset
Directed By:
44. Caligula (1979)
13
6
Caligula
13
6

Caligula is a historical drama film, which revolves around the tragic story of Gaius Germanicus Caligula, Rome’s most infamous Caesar. The film depicts how he rises to power and how he eventually meets his downfall.

Role:
Tiberius
Starring:
Helen Mirren, Malcolm McDowell, Sidney Sheldon, Joss Ackland, John Gielgud
Directed By:
45. Rosebud (1975)
8
1
Rosebud
PG
8
1

Reporter, Larry Martin, working undercover for the CIA is tasked with the rescue of five kidnapped wealthy girls from the yacht Rosebud. The girls have been kidnapped by the anti-Israel Palestinian Liberation Army. Meanwhile, Sloat, the extremist head of Black September is also heading the same way but with different intent. 

Role:
Larry Martin
Starring:
David Cassidy, Richard Attenborough, Kim Cattrall, Isabelle Huppert, Cliff Gorman, Peter Lawford
Directed By:
46. Phantoms (1998)
11
1
Phantoms
R
11
1

In the peaceful town of Snowfield, an evil force has wiped out the entire town. Two sisters who were vacationing and a cop from a nearby town try to make sense of what happened as well as survive whatever is haunting the town.

Role:
Dr. Timothy Flyte
Starring:
Ben Affleck, Liev Schreiber, Rose McGowan, Joanna Going
Directed By:
Joe Chappelle
47. King Ralph (1991)
12
1
King Ralph
PG
12
1

King Ralph is a romantic comedy film which tells the story of an ordinary guy Ralph, who just loses his job as a lounge singer. However, he is soon informed that he has royal blood, and since the Entire British Royal Family was recently killed in an accident, he decides to make a claim for the throne.

Role:
Willingham
Starring:
John Goodman, John Hurt, Richard Griffiths, Camille Coduri
Directed By:
David S. Ward
48. Club Paradise (1986)
10
1
Club Paradise
PG-13
10
1

Club Paradise is a comedy film which tells the story of Jack, a retired firefighter, and Ernest Reed, a singer, who team up to turn a nightclub into a tropical island resort. However, their plan is threatened by greedy developers, and meanwhile, they also have problems dealing with some of their whiny customers.

Role:
Governor Anthony Cloyden Hayes
Starring:
Eugene Levy, Rick Moranis, Robin Williams, Brian Doyle-Murray, Twiggy, Jimmy Cliff
Directed By:
49. Supergirl (1984)
7
2
Supergirl
PG
7
2

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.  

Role:
Zaltar
Starring:
Peter Edward Cook, Faye Dunaway, Mia Farrow, Helen Slater, Hart Bochner
Directed By:
Jeannot Szwarc
50. Wings of Fame (1990)
9
2
Wings of Fame
R
9
2
Role:
Cesar Valentin
Starring:
Colin Firth, Marie Trintignant, Andréa Ferréol, Robert Stephens
Directed By:
Otakar Votocek
51. Rebecca's Daughters (1992)
9
2
Rebecca's Daughters
9
2
Role:
Lord Sarn
Starring:
Joely Richardson, Paul Rhys, Dafydd Hywel, Sue Roderick
Directed By:
Karl Francis
52. In una notte di chiaro di luna (1989)
8
2
In una notte di chiaro di luna
8
2
Role:
Prof. Yan McShoul
Starring:
Nastassja Kinski, Lorraine Bracco, Faye Dunaway, Rutger Hauer
Directed By:
Lina Wertmüller
53. The Whole World at Our Feet (2015)
8
3
The Whole World at Our Feet
8
3
Role:
Bookseer
Starring:
Armand Assante, Cary-Hiroyuki Tagawa, Michael Madsen, Kanat Abishev
Directed By:
Salamat Mukhammed-Ali
54. The Rainbow Thief (1990)
10
2
The Rainbow Thief
R
10
2
Role:
Prince Meleagre
Starring:
Christopher Lee, Omar Sharif, Jude Alderson, Brigitte Barclay
Directed By:
Alejandro Jodorowsky
55. Eager to Die (2010)
8
2
Eager to Die
8
2
Role:
Lord Pelican
Starring:
Tony Devon, Michelle Rodriquez, David Morse, Emma Thomas
Directed By:
Michael Mandell
56. Isabelle Eberhardt (1991)
8
2
Isabelle Eberhardt
8
2
Role:
Maj. Lyautey
Starring:
Arthur Dignam, Mathilda May, Tchéky Karyo, Richard Moir
Directed By:
Ian Pringle
57. The Final Curtain (2002)
9
2
The Final Curtain
R
9
2
Role:
JJ Curtis
Starring:
Patrick Malahide, Julia Sawalha, Aidan Gillen, Adrian Lester
Directed By:
Patrick Harkins
58. The Manor (1999)
7
1
The Manor
7
1
Role:
Mr. Ravenscroft
Starring:
Gabrielle Anwar, Greta Scacchi, Laura Harris, Martin Dejdar
Directed By:
Ken Berris
59. The Seventh Coin (1993)
6
1
The Seventh Coin
PG-13
6
1
Role:
Emil Saber
Starring:
John Rhys-Davies, Alexandra Powers, Navin Chowdhry, Ally Walker
Directed By:
Dror Soref
60. Decline of an Empire (2014)
5
1
Decline of an Empire
R
5
1
Role:
Gallus
Starring:
Joss Ackland, Edward Fox, Steven Berkoff, Nicole Keniheart
Directed By:
Michael Redwood
61. Diamond Cartel (2015)
4
1
Diamond Cartel
4
1
Role:
Tugboat
Starring:
Armand Assante, Cary-Hiroyuki Tagawa, Olivier Gruner, Tommy 'Tiny' Lister
Directed By:
Salamat Mukhammed-Ali

TV Movie(s)

1. Man and Superman (1982)
11
2
Man and Superman
11
2
Role:
Jack Tanner
Starring:
Michael Byrne, Lisa Harrow, James Grout, Timothy Ackroyd
Directed By:
Patrick Dromgoole, Alex Kirby
2. Pygmalion (1983)
14
2
Pygmalion
TV-PG
14
2
Role:
Professor Henry Higgins
Starring:
Margot Kidder, Philip Craig, Helen Beavis, Donald Ewer
Directed By:
Alan Cooke
3. Rogue Male (1976)
12
3
Rogue Male
12
3
Role:
Sir Robert Hunter
Starring:
Harold Pinter, Alastair Sim, John Standing, Michael Byrne
Directed By:
Clive Donner
4. Kim (1984)
10
2
Kim
10
2
Role:
Lama
Starring:
Anupam Kher, Raj Kapoor, John Rhys-Davies, Julian Glover
Directed By:
John Davies
5. Svengali (1983)
9
2
Svengali
9
2
Role:
Anton Bosnyak
Starring:
Holly Hunter, Jodie Foster, Elizabeth Ashley, Pamela Blair, Larry Joshua
Directed By:
Anthony Harvey
6. Imperium: Augustus (2003)
9
2
Imperium: Augustus
R
9
2
Role:
Augustus Caesar
Starring:
Charlotte Rampling, Vittoria Belvedere, Benjamin Sadler, Ken Duken
Directed By:
Roger Young
7. Jeffrey Bernard Is Unwell (1999)
12
2
Jeffrey Bernard Is Unwell
12
2
Role:
Jeffrey Bernard
Starring:
Sarah Berger, Annabel Leventon, Timothy Ackroyd, Royce Mills
Directed By:
Peter O'Toole, Tom Kinninmont
8. Heavy Weather (1995)
11
2
Heavy Weather
11
2
Role:
Clarence, Earl of Emsworth
Starring:
Richard Briers, Judy Parfitt, Roy Hudd, David Bamber
Directed By:
Jack Gold
9. The Pied Piper (1989)
9
2
The Pied Piper
9
2
Role:
John Sidney Howard
Starring:
Mare Winningham, Michael Kitchen, Juliette Mole, Susan Wooldridge
Directed By:
Norman Stone

Animation(s)

Ratatouille (2007)
Ratatouille
G
Plot:

Remy, a provincial rat with extraordinary senses of taste and smell, wants to become a great chef in Paris. Separated from his family, he ends up in his idol chef Gusteau's restaurant and helps newly appointed garbage-boy in fixing a soup. Now he must impress renowned food critic Anton Ego with his culinary skills, while remaining hidden.

Starring:
John Ratzenberger, Will Arnett, Brian Dennehy, Ian Holm, Patton Oswalt, Janeane Garofalo
Directed By:
Brad Bird, Jan Pinkava
Sherlock Holmes and the Valley of Fear (1983)
Sherlock Holmes and the Valley of Fear
Plot:

Legendary detective Sherlock Holmes and his assistant Dr Watson receive a coded message that the life of John Douglas, a man residing at Birlstone, is in danger.

Role:
Sherlock Holmes (voice)
Starring:
Judy Nunn, Earle Cross, Brian Adams, Colin Borgonon
Sherlock Holmes and a Study in Scarlet (1983)
Sherlock Holmes and a Study in Scarlet
G
Plot:

This animated mystery film takes us to the life of the legendary detective Sherlock Holmes as he investigates a murder that seems to have revenge as a motive.

Role:
Sherlock Holmes (voice)
Starring:
Shane Briant, Judy Nunn, Ron Haddrick, Earle Cross
The Nutcracker Prince (1990)
The Nutcracker Prince
G
Role:
Pantaloon (voice)
Starring:
Kiefer Sutherland, Phyllis Diller, Megan Follows, Mike MacDonald
Directed By:
Paul Schibli
Sherlock Holmes and the Sign of Four (1983)
Sherlock Holmes and the Sign of Four
Plot:

Sherlock Holmes and his assistant Dr Watson is hired by a young lady named Mary whose father is missing after his return from India. Even her father’s only friend Major John Sholton denies having any knowledge of her father’s return. Meanwhile, she has also mysteriously received six precious pearls in the mail from an unknown person. As Holmes and Watson continues to investigate, they encounter strange deaths.

Role:
Sherlock Holmes (voice)
Starring:
Robin Stewart, Ron Haddrick, Earle Cross, Lynn Rainbow
Sherlock Holmes and the Baskerville Curse (1983)
Sherlock Holmes and the Baskerville Curse
G
Role:
Sherlock Holmes (voice)
Starring:
Robin Stewart, Helen Morse, Ron Haddrick, Earle Cross

TV Shows and Videos

Strumpet City (1980)
Strumpet City
Starring:
Cyril Cusack, Donal McCann, Frank Grimes, David Kelly
Masterpiece Theatre (1971)
Masterpiece Theatre
Starring:
Felicity Jones, Robert Powell, Richard Attenborough, Derek Jacobi, Alistair Cooke
Directed By:
John Alexander
Armchair Theatre (1956)
Armchair Theatre
Starring:
Lynn Redgrave, Carroll Baker, Maggie Smith, Ben Gazzara, Jack Wild, Richard Beckinsale, Sean Connery
Directed By:
Philip Saville, Charles Jarrott, Guy Verney, Ted Kotcheff, Dennis Vance
Theatre Night (1957)
Theatre Night
Starring:
Albert Finney, Ronnie Barker, Jeremy Brett, Leslie Caron, Paul Scofield, Peter Sellers, Vanessa Redgrave
Directed By:
Stuart Burge, Lindsay Anderson, Harold French, Wallace Douglas, Allan Davis
Rendezvous (1957)
Rendezvous
Role:
John / ... (3 episodes, 1959-1961)
Starring:
Keenan Wynn, Mel Ferrer, Patricia Neal, Lois Maxwell, Donald Pleasence, Charles Drake
BBC Sunday-Night Theatre (1950)
BBC Sunday-Night Theatre
Starring:
Luise Rainer, Laurence Harvey, David McCallum, Trevor Howard, Kenneth Williams, Richard Todd, Michael Crawford
Directed By:
Rudolph Cartier, Harold Clayton, Julian Amyes, Stephen Harrison, Wallace Douglas
ITV Play of the Week (1955)
ITV Play of the Week
Starring:
Vivien Leigh, Laurence Olivier, Michael Caine, Corin Redgrave, Glenda Jackson, Donald Sutherland, Louis Jourdan
Directed By:
Cyril Coke, John Llewellyn Moxey, Tania Lieven, David Boisseau, Joan Kemp-Welch
Civvies (1992)
Civvies
Starring:
Jason Isaacs, John Hannah, Lennie James, Elizabeth Rider
The Tudors (2007)
The Tudors
TV-MA
Starring:
Natalie Dormer, Aidan Turner, Katie McGrath, Robert Sheehan, Jonathan Rhys Meyers, Max von Sydow, Henry Cavill
Directed By:
Ciaran Donnelly, Jeremy Podeswa, Dearbhla Walsh, Steve Shill, Brian Kirk
Casanova (2005)
Casanova
TV-MA
Role:
Older Casanova (3 episodes, 2005)
Starring:
Matt Lucas, Rose Byrne, David Tennant, Rupert Penry-Jones, Shaun Parkes
Directed By:
Sheree Folkson
The Ray Bradbury Theater (1985)
The Ray Bradbury Theater
Starring:
Lucy Lawless, James Whitmore, William Shatner, Jean Stapleton, David Carradine, Hal Linden, Len Cariou
Directed By:
Randy Bradshaw, Roger Tompkins, John Laing, Costa Botes, Brad Turner
Hitler: The Rise of Evil (2003)
Hitler: The Rise of Evil
Role:
President Paul von Hindenburg (2 episodes, 2003)
Starring:
Peter Stormare, Thomas Brodie-Sangster, Matthew Modine, Jena Malone, Liev Schreiber, Friedrich von Thun, Zoe Telford
Directed By:
Christian Duguay
The Education of Max Bickford (2001)
The Education of Max Bickford
Starring:
Isaac Hayes, Katee Sackhoff, Richard Dreyfuss, Cote de Pablo, Paul Wesley, Eli Wallach, David McCallum
Directed By:
Don Scardino, Martha Mitchell, David Platt, Rod Holcomb, David Hugh Jones
Gulliver's Travels (1996)
Gulliver's Travels
PG
Starring:
Kristin Scott Thomas, Ted Danson, Shashi Kapoor, Mary Steenburgen, Geraldine Chaplin, Omar Sharif, John Gielgud
Directed By:
Charles Sturridge
The Scarlet Pimpernel (1955)
The Scarlet Pimpernel
Starring:
Christopher Lee, Marius Goring, Stanley Van Beers, Anthony Newlands, Patrick Troughton
Directed By:
David MacDonald, Dennis Vance, Michael McCarthy, Wolf Rilla
Coming Home (1998)
Coming Home
Role:
Colonel Edgar Carey-Lewis (2 episodes, 1998)
Starring:
Paul Bettany, Keira Knightley, Joanna Lumley, David McCallum, Emily Mortimer
Directed By:
Giles Foster
Joan of Arc (1999)
Joan of Arc
Starring:
Maximilian Schell, Neil Patrick Harris, Shirley MacLaine, Jacqueline Bisset, Olympia Dukakis, Powers Boothe
Directed By:
Christian Duguay
Awards:
Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Miniseries or a Movie
Eldorado (2012)
Eldorado
Role:
Narrator (voice)
Starring:
Brigitte Nielsen, David Carradine, Daryl Hannah, Richard Driscoll, Jeff Fahey
Directed By:
Richard Driscoll

Peter O'Toole Awards

Golden Globe Awards
Goodbye, Mr. Chips Best Actor - Comedy or Musical 1970
The Lion in Winter Best Actor - Drama 1969
Becket Best Actor - Drama 1965
Lawrence of Arabia Most Promising Newcomer - Male 1963
Primetime Emmy Awards
Joan of Arc Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Miniseries or a Movie 1999
BAFTA Awards
Lawrence of Arabia Best British Actor 1963