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List of Peter Sellers Movies: Ranked Best To Worst

1. Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb (1964)
38
6
Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb
38
6

Undoubtedly one of the greatest dark comedies of all time, Dr. Strangelove, is a Stanley Kubrick masterpiece. A Cold War satire, the movie depicts what would happen if an unhinged powerful figure like Brigadier General Jack D. Ripper unleashes nuclear holocaust on the world. 

Role:
Group Capt. Lionel Mandrake / President Merkin Muffley / Dr. Strangelove
Starring:
James Earl Jones, Slim Pickens, George C. Scott, Keenan Wynn, Sterling Hayden, Slim Pickens
Directed By:
2. Being There (1979)
45
13
Being There
PG
45
13

Illiterate and slow, gardener Chance worked his entire life for his old master in Washington DC. Not exposed to outer world except via television, he has nowhere to go after his master dies. An accidental meeting takes him to business tycoon Ben Rand who mistakes his gardening talk as some insightful words. Soon, Chance is hailed as Chauncey Gardiner, an upper-class knowledgeable advisor.

Role:
Chance
Starring:
Shirley MacLaine, Jack Warden, Richard Dysart, Melvyn Douglas
Directed By:
Hal Ashby
Awards:
Golden Globe Award for Best Actor in a Motion Picture - Comedy or Musical
3. A Shot in the Dark (1964)
36
3
A Shot in the Dark
TV-PG
36
3

A murder is reported and a woman named Maria is suspected to be the killer. However, impressed with her beauty, Inspector Clouseau doesn’t suspect her. Things get interesting when more murders follow and each time, Maria seems to be the killer.  

Role:
Jacques Clouseau
Starring:
Elke Sommer, Herbert Lom, George Sanders, Tracy Reed
Directed By:
4. The Party (1968)
40
9
The Party
PG
40
9

Bakshi, an Indian actor, ruins a film set during his shoot. However, instead of being fired, due to a clerical mistake, he ends up being invited to a grand exclusive Hollywood party. Once there, he causes a lot of chaos and destruction through his foolishness.   

Role:
Hrundi V. Bakshi
Starring:
Gavin MacLeod, Claudine Longet, Marge Champion, Natalia Borisova, Jean Carson
Directed By:
5. The Ladykillers (1955)
31
4
The Ladykillers
31
4

The Ladykillers is a black comedy crime film which tells the story of five criminals who rent rooms in an elderly widow’s home and plan and execute a bank robbery. However, when the widow discovers that they have committed a robbery, they decide that one of them needs to kill and silence her.

Role:
Harry
Starring:
Alec Guinness, Herbert Lom, Cecil Parker, Danny Green
Directed By:
Alexander Mackendrick
6. Insomnia Is Good for You (1957)
15
7
Insomnia Is Good for You
15
7
Role:
Hector Dimwittie
Directed By:
Leslie Arliss
7. The Pink Panther (1963)
35
2
The Pink Panther
35
2

The Pink Panther is a comedy film, which tells the story of a clumsy detective on the trail of a notorious jewel thief, who is planning to steal a diamond called The Pink Panther. 

Role:
Insp. Jacques Clouseau
Starring:
Directed By:
8. The Pink Panther Strikes Again (1976)
30
5
The Pink Panther Strikes Again
PG
30
5

Inspector Jacques Clouseau’s incompetence lands chief inspector Charles Dreyfus in a psychiatric hospital. Clouseau’s visit on the day of his release results in a relapse, but Dreyfus manages to escape the hospital. When he fails to kill Clouseau, he organises a criminal plot threatening countries with annihilation if they don’t kill Clouseau for him. 

Role:
Chief Inspector Clouseau
Starring:
Chris Langham, Omar Sharif, Julie Andrews, Deep Roy, Herbert Lom, Lesley-Anne Down, Leonard Rossiter
Directed By:
9. Murder by Death (1976)
24
4
Murder by Death
PG
24
4

Eccentric millionaire Lionel Twain invites five renowned private detectives to his castle for a ‘dinner and murder,’ and after sealing off his house, he challenges them to find the killer of a murder that will occur at midnight. He announces 1million for solving the case. Long before midnight, Twain’s blind butler, Bensonmum, is found dead. What is the mystery behind the tricky set-up?

Directed By:
Robert Moore
10. The Return of the Pink Panther (1975)
28
3
The Return of the Pink Panther
G
28
3

Inspector Jacque Clouseau, a clumsy detective, is put on the case, when a famous jewel which is also a national treasure, named the Pink Panther, is stolen. The only clue the thief has left behind is a white glove.

Role:
Insp. Jacques Clouseau
Starring:
Christopher Plummer, Herbert Lom, Peter Arne, Catherine Schell
Directed By:
11. Lolita (1962)
18
6
Lolita
TV-14
18
6

European professor, Humbert Humbert, moves to Beardsley, Ohio, on work assignment. When he rents a room in widow Charlotte Haze’s house, he gets obsessed with her alluring teenage daughter, Lolita, and marries Charlotte just to be near Lolita. After Charlotte’s accidental death, he is sure of having his own way, but has not taken into account Lolita’s interest in other males.

Starring:
Shelley Winters, James Mason, Stanley Kubrick, Lois Maxwell, Sue Lyon
Directed By:
12. The Mouse That Roared (1959)
29
5
The Mouse That Roared
29
5

A small happy and peace-loving nation’s economy goes into a crisis situation. Unable to find any help, they decide to declare war on the US, hoping to lose, but at least score foreign aid.  However, things don’t go according to plan.

Role:
Grand Duchess Gloriana XII / Prime Minister Count Rupert of Mountjoy / Tully Bascombe
Starring:
Jean Seberg, Leo McKern, William Hartnell, David Kossoff
Directed By:
Jack Arnold
13. I'm All Right Jack (1959)
22
4
I'm All Right Jack
22
4
Role:
Fred Kite / Sir John Kennaway
Starring:
Richard Attenborough, Dennis Price, Terry-Thomas, Ian Carmichael
Directed By:
John Boulting
Awards:
BAFTA Award for Best British Actor
14. Two Way Stretch (1960)
25
2
Two Way Stretch
TV-PG
25
2
Role:
Dodger Lane
Starring:
Maurice Denham, Wilfrid Hyde-White, Bernard Cribbins, David Lodge
Directed By:
Robert Day
15. The Man Who Never Was (1956)
15
5
The Man Who Never Was
15
5
Starring:
Laurence Naismith, Gloria Grahame, Robert Flemyng, Stephen Boyd
Directed By:
Ronald Neame
16. The Case of the Mukkinese Battle-Horn (1956)
14
2
The Case of the Mukkinese Battle-Horn
14
2

The robbery of the Mukkinese Battle-Horn, a 9th century artifact, from the Metropolitan museum is being looked into by a pair of detectives from Scotland Yard in this amusing farcical short film. The film is an adaptation of a precious memento of BBC radio's The Goon Show.

Role:
Narrator / Supt. Quilt / Asst. Commissioner Sir Jervis Fruit / Henry Crun
Starring:
Spike Milligan, Dick Emery, Pamela Thomas, Bill Hepper
Directed By:
Joseph Sterling
17. The Smallest Show on Earth (1957)
16
2
The Smallest Show on Earth
16
2
Role:
Percy Quill
Starring:
Bernard Miles, Margaret Rutherford, Virginia McKenna, Bill Travers
Directed By:
Basil Dearden
18. Mr. Topaze (1961)
14
3
Mr. Topaze
14
3

Auguste Topaze is an honest French teacher who is fired from his job, after he refuses to alter the bad grades of a baroness’ grandson. He is soon hired by an actress Suzy and her corrupt lover, as a managing director for their business, as they believe that his honesty will protect them from suspicion. However, things get ugly when Topaze learns about their corruption, and he decides to teach them a lesson.

Role:
Auguste Topaze
Starring:
Herbert Lom, Leo McKern, Martita Hunt, Nadia Gray
Directed By:
Peter Sellers
19. The Wrong Arm of the Law (1963)
21
3
The Wrong Arm of the Law
21
3
Role:
Pearly Gates
Starring:
Michael Caine, Nanette Newman, Lionel Jeffries, Bernard Cribbins
Directed By:
Cliff Owen
20. Never Let Go (1960)
16
5
Never Let Go
16
5

John Cummings is a struggling cosmetics salesman who needs his car, a 1959 Ford Anglia, to keep his job. When the car is stolen under instructions of a stolen car dealer, Lionel Meadows, John resolves to do whatever it takes to recover the car. 

Role:
Lionel Meadows
Starring:
Richard Todd, Adam Faith, Carol White, Elizabeth Sellars
Directed By:
John Guillermin
21. The Optimists of Nine Elms (1973)
16
3
The Optimists of Nine Elms
PG
16
3
Role:
Sam
Starring:
David Daker, Marjorie Yates, Donna Mullane, John Chaffey
Directed By:
Anthony Simmons
22. The Wrong Box (1966)
15
2
The Wrong Box
15
2
Starring:
Sir John Mills, Dudley Moore, Nicholas Parsons, Peter Edward Cook, Jeremy Lloyd, Tony Hancock, Michael Caine
Directed By:
Bryan Forbes
23. Heavens Above! (1963)
18
1
Heavens Above!
18
1
Role:
The Reverend John Smallwood
Starring:
Bernard Miles, Cecil Parker, Isabel Jeans, Ian Carmichael
Directed By:
John Boulting, Roy Boulting
24. The Battle of the Sexes (1960)
17
1
The Battle of the Sexes
17
1

Angela Burrows, an accomplished efficiency, expert tries to change the way things are done at a Scottish Tweed weaving company but runs up against traditional values and the accountant Mr. Martin. The battle of wits between the sexes eventually ends with Martin winning but losing his heart to Burrows. 

Role:
Mr. Martin
Starring:
Donald Pleasence, Robert Morley, Ernest Thesiger, Constance Cummings, Jameson Clark
Directed By:
Charles Crichton
25. Hoffman (1970)
15
3
Hoffman
GP
15
3
Role:
Benjamin Hoffman
Starring:
Jeremy Bulloch, Sinéad Cusack, David Lodge, Ruth Dunning
Directed By:
Alvin Rakoff
26. Revenge of the Pink Panther (1978)
20
3
Revenge of the Pink Panther
PG
20
3

Revenge of the Pink Panther is a mystery comedy film which tells the story of a businessman named Philippe Douvier, who is secretly the head of the French Connection. He is suspected by his partners of weak leadership, and of not being able to conduct his business efficiently. To prove otherwise, Douvier plans the murder of famous Chief Inspector Jacques Clouseau.

Role:
Chief Insp. Jacques Clouseau
Starring:
Herbert Lom, Dyan Cannon, Robert Webber, Burt Kwouk
Directed By:
27. Only Two Can Play (1962)
18
4
Only Two Can Play
18
4

John Lewis is a frustrated librarian and dreams of having affairs with glamorous women in spite of being married to his long-suffering wife Jean. When the glamorous Liz, wife of a local councilor expresses her interest in him, the two plan on starting an affair. However, fate has other humorous plans for them.

Role:
John Lewis
Starring:
Richard Attenborough, Mai Zetterling, Raymond Huntley, Virginia Maskell
Directed By:
Sidney Gilliat
28. The World of Henry Orient (1964)
17
4
The World of Henry Orient
17
4
Role:
Henry Orient
Starring:
Tom Bosley, Angela Lansbury, Paula Prentiss, Phyllis Thaxter
Directed By:
George Roy Hill
29. The Naked Truth (1957)
13
3
The Naked Truth
13
3
Role:
Sonny Macgregor
Starring:
Peggy Mount, Dennis Price, Shirley Eaton, Terry-Thomas
Directed By:
Mario Zampi
30. John and Julie (1955)
11
1
John and Julie
11
1
Starring:
Wilfrid Hyde-White, Sidney James, Moira Lister, Noelle Middleton
Directed By:
William Fairchild
31. Beat the Devil (1953)
12
1
Beat the Devil
12
1

A group of rogues are on their way to Africa, hoping that they can get rich there.  They get stranded in Italy, where they meet a seemingly innocent British couple.

Starring:
Humphrey Bogart, Gina Lollobrigida, Peter Lorre, Robert Morley
Directed By:
32. Tom Thumb (1958)
14
1
Tom Thumb
14
1
Role:
The Villain: Antony
Starring:
Alan Young, Terry-Thomas, June Thorburn, Russ Tamblyn
Directed By:
George Pal
33. Carlton-Browne of the F.O. (1959)
16
2
Carlton-Browne of the F.O.
TV-PG
16
2

When the king of Gaillardia is assassinated, a struggle breaks out between Russia and Great Britain to conquer the country’s mineral wealth. The British send diplomat Carlton-Browne to turn the tide in their favor. However, the rightful heir to the throne Prince Loris has a rival—Princess Ilyena—and a revolution is also brewing. 

Role:
Señor Amphibulos - the prime minister
Starring:
Luciana Paluzzi, Nicholas Parsons, Thorley Walters, Ian Bannen, Terry-Thomas
Directed By:
Jeffrey Dell, Roy Boulting
34. A Day at the Beach (1972)
11
1
A Day at the Beach
11
1

A Day at the Beach is a comedy drama film which tells the story of a self-destructive alcoholic, who is given over the duty of watching over his niece Winnie. However, the little girl constantly keeps finding herself in trouble because of his behavior.

Starring:
Fiona Lewis, Jack MacGowran, Beatie Edney, Maurice Roëves
Directed By:
Simon Hesera
35. The Road to Hong Kong (1962)
11
1
The Road to Hong Kong
11
1
Starring:
Bob Hope, Joan Collins, Zsa Zsa Gabor, Dean Martin, Bing Crosby, Frank Sinatra, David Niven
Directed By:
Norman Panama
36. The Magic Christian (1969)
19
2
The Magic Christian
PG
19
2
Role:
Sir Guy Grand
Starring:
Christopher Lee, Roman Polanski, John Cleese, Raquel Welch, Graham Chapman, Laurence Harvey, Yul Brynner
Directed By:
Joseph McGrath
37. What's New Pussycat (1965)
18
2
What's New Pussycat
18
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:
Dr. Fritz Fassbender
Starring:
Ursula Andress, Peter O'Toole, Richard Burton, Woody Allen, Romy Schneider, Capucine, Paula Prentiss
Directed By:
Clive Donner
38. The Running Jumping & Standing Still Film (1959)
12
1
The Running Jumping & Standing Still Film
12
1

The Running Jumping & Standing Still Film is a 1950 comedy short-film which earned an Oscar nomination. The film doesn’t have a plot, and involves a lot of gags. 

Starring:
Spike Milligan, Richard Lester, Leo McKern, David Lodge
Directed By:
Richard Lester, Peter Sellers
39. Caccia alla volpe (1966)
10
1
Caccia alla volpe
10
1
Role:
Aldo Vanucci
Starring:
Britt Ekland, Victor Mature, Martin Balsam, Akim Tamiroff
Directed By:
40. I Love You, Alice B. Toklas! (1968)
16
4
I Love You, Alice B. Toklas!
16
4
Role:
Harold
Starring:
Joyce Van Patten, David Arkin, Leigh Taylor-Young, Jo Van Fleet
Directed By:
Hy Averback
41. The Black Rose (1950)
11
1
The Black Rose
11
1
Starring:
Orson Welles, Laurence Harvey, Herbert Lom, Jack Hawkins, Michael Rennie, Tyrone Power
Directed By:
Henry Hathaway
42. The Dock Brief (1962)
12
1
The Dock Brief
12
1

An ageing barrister, Wilfred Morgenhall, is happy when he is briefed to defend murder-accused Herbert Fowle, a quiet merchant. Fowle wishes to plead guilty of murdering his annoying wife, but Morgenhall tries to boost his will to fight the case. Nevertheless, his inept handling spoils everything and Fowle is convicted. Later, Fowle is acquitted for inadequate defense, and thanks Morgenhall for his ‘technique.’

Role:
Solicitor Wilfred Morgenhall
Starring:
Richard Attenborough, David Lodge, Frank Pettingell, Beryl Reid
Directed By:
James Hill
43. Up the Creek (1958)
10
1
Up the Creek
10
1
Role:
CPO Doherty
Starring:
David Tomlinson, Wilfrid Hyde-White, Vera Day, Liliane Sottane
Directed By:
Val Guest
44. Gateway to the South (1981)
11
1
Gateway to the South
11
1
Starring:
Robbie Coltrane, David de Keyser, Danny Schiller, Judy Gridley
Directed By:
45. Woman Times Seven (1967)
9
1
Woman Times Seven
9
1

An Italian-French-American co-production, this comedy film by director Vittorio De Sica comprises seven mini series featuring seven different types of women in different situations. The seven episodes include Funeral Procession, Amateur Night, Two Against One, Super Simone, At the Opera, Suicides and Snow.

Role:
Jean
Starring:
Anita Ekberg, Vittorio Gassman, Alan Arkin, Shirley MacLaine, Michael Caine, Rossano Brazzi
Directed By:
46. A Burlesque on Carmen (1915)
10
1
A Burlesque on Carmen
10
1
Role:
Narrator 1951 UK Sound Version
Starring:
Charlie Chaplin, Charles Chaplin, Lawrence A. Bowes, Frank J. Coleman, Fred Goodwins
Directed By:
47. Waltz of the Toreadors (1962)
11
1
Waltz of the Toreadors
11
1
Role:
Gen. Leo Fitzjohn
Starring:
Cyril Cusack, Dany Robin, Margaret Leighton, John Fraser
Directed By:
John Guillermin
48. The Blockhouse (1973)
11
1
The Blockhouse
R
11
1

A group of prisoners are being forced into labor for the Nazis in France, when their position is hit by an Allied bombing raid. Some of the men find shelter in a supply building. Even though there is plenty of food and wine, no one comes to rescue them even after years. 

Role:
Rouquet
Starring:
Charles Aznavour, Peter Vaughan, Per Oscarsson, Jeremy Kemp
Directed By:
Clive Rees
49. Our Girl Friday (1953)
11
1
Our Girl Friday
11
1

After a ship collision, a spoiled but rich and attractive heiress Sadie finds herself trapped in an island with three men, Gibble, Jimmy and Pat. All three of them find themselves attracted to her, and begin attempting to win her heart.

Starring:
Joan Collins, George Cole, Hermione Gingold, Kenneth More
Directed By:
Noel Langley
50. Simon Simon (1970)
8
2
Simon Simon
8
2
Starring:
Bob Monkhouse, Paul Whitsun-Jones, Graham Stark, John Junkin, Julia Foster
Directed By:
Graham Stark
51. Let's Go Crazy (1951)
9
1
Let's Go Crazy
9
1

Let’s Go Crazy is a comedy short musical film which is set in a nightclub. It combines various kinds of variety acts with comedy sketches.

Role:
Groucho Marx / Giuseppe / Cedric / Crystal Jollibottom / Izzy Gozunk
Starring:
Spike Milligan, Manley & Austin, Tommy Manley, Florence Austin, Keith Warwick
Directed By:
Alan Cullimore
52. There's a Girl in My Soup (1970)
13
1
There's a Girl in My Soup
R
13
1
Role:
Robert Danvers
Starring:
Goldie Hawn, Tony Britton, Ruth Trouncer, Françoise Pascal
Directed By:
Roy Boulting
53. Alice's Adventures in Wonderland (1972)
10
2
Alice's Adventures in Wonderland
G
10
2
Starring:
Michael Crawford, Spike Milligan, Dudley Moore, Hywel Bennett, Michael Jayston, Fiona Fullerton
Directed By:
William Sterling
54. The Millionairess (1960)
14
1
The Millionairess
14
1
Role:
Dr. Ahmed el Kabir
Starring:
Sophia Loren, Vittorio De Sica, Alastair Sim, Dennis Price
Directed By:
Anthony Asquith
55. Where Does It Hurt? (1972)
12
4
Where Does It Hurt?
R
12
4

A crooked hospital administrator resorts to lies and cheating to loot as much money from the patients as possible. His assistant Alice can no longer endure his scams and therefore she makes a plan to send him to prison. 

Role:
Dr. Albert T. Hopfnagel
Starring:
Ed Begley Jr., Harold Gould, Rick Lenz, Jo Ann Pflug, Eve Bruce
Directed By:
Rod Amateau
56. Penny Points to Paradise (1951)
9
1
Penny Points to Paradise
9
1

Two friends manage to win a contest, after which they go to their regular seaside boarding house. Things get complicated because all the other guests, including two women who want to marry for money, try to come up with a plan to take the fortune off them.

Role:
The Major / Arnold Fringe
Starring:
Harry Secombe, Spike Milligan, Alfred Marks, Vicky Page, Paddie O'Neil
Directed By:
Anthony Young
57. The Bobo (1967)
10
3
The Bobo
10
3

Bumbling bullfighter Juan Bautista reaches Barcelona aspiring to become first singing matador. As he meets impresario Carbonell to persuade him for a break, Carbonell agrees on the condition that within 3 days Juan has to spend an evening with Olimpia, and seduce the bewitching beauty who can effortlessly manipulate most wealthy men to her advantage. Will Juan be able to manage it?

Role:
Juan Bautista
Starring:
Britt Ekland, Rossano Brazzi, Adolfo Celi, Hattie Jacques
Directed By:
Robert Parrish
58. Soft Beds, Hard Battles (1974)
15
2
Soft Beds, Hard Battles
R
15
2
Role:
Général Latour / Major Robinson / Herr Schroeder / Adolf Hitler / The President / Prince Kyoto
Starring:
Curd Jürgens, Lila Kedrova, Béatrice Romand, Jenny Hanley
Directed By:
Roy Boulting
59. Casino Royale (1967)
14
3
Casino Royale
TV-14
14
3

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.  

Role:
Evelyn Tremble
Starring:
William Holden, Geraldine Chaplin, Ronnie Corbett, Charles Boyer, John Huston, Jean-Paul Belmondo, Deborah Kerr
Directed By:
60. The Great McGonagall (1975)
9
1
The Great McGonagall
PG
9
1

The Great McGonnagall is a comedy film which tells the story of an unemployed man, William McGonnagall, who wants to become England’s Poet Lauret. However, the problem is that people don’t like his poetry.

Role:
Queen Victoria
Starring:
Spike Milligan, John Bluthal, Julia Foster, Victor Spinetti
Directed By:
Joseph McGrath
61. Ghost in the Noonday Sun (1973)
8
2
Ghost in the Noonday Sun
8
2

Ghost in the Noonday Sun is a comedy film which takes us to the 17th century. It tells the story of a pirate captain, who is murdered by his cook. The latter then tries to find a hidden treasure, but unfortunately, it seems impossible because the map was drawn in disappearing ink. Now, he must rely on the captain’s ghost to find it.

Role:
Dick Scratcher
Starring:
Spike Milligan, Anthony Franciosa, Peter Boyle, Clive Revill
Directed By:
62. Trail of the Pink Panther (1982)
12
2
Trail of the Pink Panther
PG
12
2

Trail of the Pink Panther is a crime comedy mystery film which tells the story of a TV reporter who decides to investigate the matter when Inspector Clouseau goes missing all of a sudden during a mission. In order to solve the mystery, he tries to interview everyone who was close to Clouseau.

Role:
Chief Insp. Jacques Clouseau
Starring:
Joanna Lumley, David Niven, Capucine, Julie Andrews, Herbert Lom
Directed By:
63. The Prisoner of Zenda (1979)
8
1
The Prisoner of Zenda
PG
8
1

A man named Sydney Frewin is to impersonate King Rudolf, due to their resemblance, after there is an assassination attempt on the King. Despite this, his rival Michael manages to capture King Rudolf and bring him to his castle.  Frewin is still forced to keep up the act till the coronation ceremony. However, Rudolf’s fiancée Flavia, sees through the disguise, and she decides to help Frewin.

Role:
Rudolf IV / Rudolf V / Syd Frewin
Starring:
Elke Sommer, Lionel Jeffries, Lynne Frederick, Gregory Sierra
Directed By:
Richard Quine
64. Orders Are Orders (1955)
8
2
Orders Are Orders
8
2

A movie company sets up their headquarters in an army barrack as it wants to shoot a sci-fi film that not only showcases the real location but also portrays the soldiers as actors. However, only confusion and chaos prevails while the Commander tries to convince the crew to move their set to a nearby haunted house. 

Role:
Private Goffin
Starring:
Donald Pleasence, Tony Hancock, Raymond Huntley, Sidney James, Margot Grahame
Directed By:
David Paltenghi
65. The Fiendish Plot of Dr. Fu Manchu (1980)
10
3
The Fiendish Plot of Dr. Fu Manchu
PG
10
3
Role:
Fu Manchu / Nayland Smith
Starring:
Helen Mirren, Sid Caesar, David Tomlinson, Simon Williams
Directed By:
Piers Haggard, Richard Quine, Peter Sellers
66. Down Among the Z Men (1952)
8
2
Down Among the Z Men
8
2

Down Among the Z Men is a comedy film which tells the story of Harry Jones, who works as a clerk in a general mercantile store. Meanwhile, he is also an amateur actor working in community theater, where he is currently playing the role of an inspector working for the Scotland Yard. His life gets complicated after an absent minded Professor leaves a secret military formula in his store. Soon, two  enemy spies question Harry regarding the Professor, not realizing that the formula is now in Harry’s possession.

Role:
Colonel Bloodnok
Starring:
Spike Milligan, Harry Secombe, Michael Bentine, Carole Carr
Directed By:
Maclean Rogers
67. Ça c'est du cinéma (1951)
7
1
Ça c'est du cinéma
7
1
Starring:
Billy Bevan, Ralph Graves, Andy Clyde, James Finlayson
Directed By:
Claude Accursi, Raymond Bardonnet
68. Dearth of a Salesman (1957)
12
3
Dearth of a Salesman
12
3
Role:
Hector Dimwittie
Starring:
Judy Wyler
Directed By:
Leslie Arliss

TV Movie(s)

1. Alice in Wonderland (1966)
11
2
Alice in Wonderland
11
2
Starring:
Eric Idle, John Gielgud, Alan Bennett, Peter Edward Cook, Wilfrid Brambell, Finlay Currie
Directed By:
Jonathan Miller
2. A Carol for Another Christmas (1964)
8
1
A Carol for Another Christmas
8
1
Starring:
Ben Gazzara, Eva Marie Saint, Britt Ekland, Sterling Hayden, Barbara Ann Teer, Steve Lawrence
Directed By:
Joseph L. Mankiewicz
3. Goonreel (1952)
11
2
Goonreel
11
2
Role:
Various
Starring:
Spike Milligan, Harry Secombe, Graham Stark, Michael Bentine
Directed By:
Michael Mills
4. The April 8th Show (Seven Days Early) (1958)
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The April 8th Show (Seven Days Early)
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Role:
Various Characters
Starring:
John Vere, Patricia Hayes, Graham Stark, Totti Truman Taylor
5. 'Wiltons' - The Handsomest Hall in Town (1970)
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'Wiltons' - The Handsomest Hall in Town
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Starring:
Ronnie Barker, Spike Milligan, Bill Fraser, Wendy Barrie, Sherrie Jones, Seraphina Lansdown
Directed By:
Michael Mills

Animation(s)

Yes, It's the Cathode-Ray Tube Show! (1957)
Yes, It's the Cathode-Ray Tube Show!
Role:
Various Characters
Starring:
June Whitfield, David Nettheim, Michael Bentine
Directed By:
Kenneth Carter
Birds, Bees and Storks (1965)
Birds, Bees and Storks
Role:
Narrator
Directed By:
John Halas
Kingdom of Gifts (1978)
Kingdom of Gifts
Role:
The Slightly Larcenous Mayor
Starring:
Douglas Fairbanks Jr., Terry-Thomas, Gemma Craven
Directed By:
Ted Kneeland

TV Shows and Videos

ITV Television Playhouse (1955)
ITV Television Playhouse
Starring:
Sean Connery, Richard Harris, Rod Taylor, David McCallum, Petula Clark, Diane Cilento, William Simons
Directed By:
Cyril Coke, David Boisseau, Tania Lieven, Lionel Harris, Joan Kemp-Welch
Theatre Night (1957)
Theatre Night
Starring:
Albert Finney, Jeremy Brett, Leslie Caron, Ian Holm, Vanessa Redgrave, Paul Scofield, Peter O'Toole
Directed By:
Stuart Burge, Lindsay Anderson, Harold French, Wallace Douglas, Allan Davis
It Takes a Thief (1968)
It Takes a Thief
Starring:
Frankie Avalon, Bette Davis, Eve Plumb, Teri Garr, Tina Louise, Alice Ghostley, Fred Astaire
Directed By:
Don Weis, Jack Arnold, Michael Caffey, Barry Shear, Bruce Kessler
A Show Called Fred (1956)
A Show Called Fred
Role:
Various Characters
Starring:
Spike Milligan, Graham Stark, Valentine Dyall, Kenneth Connor
Directed By:
Richard Lester
The Telegoons (1963)
The Telegoons
Role:
Bluebottle / ...
Starring:
Spike Milligan, Harry Secombe
Directed By:
Anthony Young
Sykes (1972)
Sykes
Starring:
Eric Sykes, Richard Wattis, Hattie Jacques, Deryck Guyler
Directed By:
Roger Race
And So to Bentley (1954)
And So to Bentley
Role:
Various Roles
Starring:
Rosemary Miller, Charlotte Mitchell, Dick Bentley, Herbert Mostyn

Peter Sellers Awards

Golden Globe Awards
Being There Best Actor in a Motion Picture - Comedy or Musical 1980
BAFTA Awards
I'm All Right Jack Best British Actor 1960