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List of Pier Angeli Movies: Ranked Best To Worst

1. The Angry Silence (1960)
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The Angry Silence
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Factory worker Tom Curtis burdened by financial stress, refuses to take part in an unnecessary factory strike organized by activist Travers and masterminded by shop steward Bert Connolly. Because of this, his life is changed forever as he is named a scab and faces reprisals from many parties. 

Role:
Anna Curtis
Starring:
Richard Attenborough, Oliver Reed, Bernard Lee, Alfred Burke
Directed By:
Guy Green
2. Somebody Up There Likes Me (1956)
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Somebody Up There Likes Me
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Rocky Graziano, who had a difficult childhood, makes a career in crime. He frequently run in prisons and detention centres, and there too he is unruly. Once out, he takes up boxing to earn quick money. He quickly realises his potential in the ring and fights odds to become a champion.

Role:
Norma
Starring:
Paul Newman, Robert Duvall, Sal Mineo, Steven McQueen, Harold J. Stone, Eileen Heckart, Everett Sloane
Directed By:
Robert Wise
3. The Story of Three Loves (1953)
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The Story of Three Loves
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This technicolour anthology film presents three stories narrated by three passengers on board a cruiser. The relationship between a ballet choreographer and a ballerina with a heart condition is featured in the first. In the second, a boy miraculously converts into a young man and charms his governess. In the third, a failed trapeze artist along with a suicidal woman perform a daring circus act. 

Role:
Nina Burkhardt (segment "Equilibrium")
Directed By:
4. Tomorrow Is Too Late (1950)
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Tomorrow Is Too Late
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This Italian drama film revolves around the innocent romance between a teenage boy and a girl, which is threatened by some of the staff in their school.

Role:
Mirella Giusti (as Anna M. Pierangeli)
Starring:
Lois Maxwell, Vittorio De Sica, Gabrielle Dorziat, Gino Leurini
Directed By:
Léonide Moguy
5. Merry Andrew (1958)
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Merry Andrew
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2

Unconventional teacher, Andrew Larabee, decides to travel to ancient ruins in Sussex to unearth a statue. This will allow him to marry his fiancée Letitia. He finds a traveling circus on the site and becomes a part of their comedic act. Then he falls in love with circus performer, Selena, and must decide what he wants from life. 

Role:
Selena Gallini
Starring:
Danny Kaye, Salvatore Baccaloni, Noel Purcell, Robert Coote
Directed By:
Michael Kidd
6. Battle of the Bulge (1965)
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Battle of the Bulge
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Set in 1944, this historical war drama film takes us back to the time of the Second World War, and it surrounds the allied army’s invasion of Germany through the point of view of an American intelligence officer as well as a of a German tank commander.

Starring:
Charles Bronson, Henry Fonda, Telly Savalas, Robert Ryan, Ty Hardin, Dana Andrews
Directed By:
Ken Annakin
7. Every Bastard a King (1968)
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Every Bastard a King
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Role:
Eileen
Starring:
William Berger, Yehoram Gaon, Oded Kotler, Ori Levy
Directed By:
Uri Zohar
8. Domani è un altro giorno (1951)
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Domani è un altro giorno
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Role:
Luisa
Starring:
Laura Gore, Aldo Silvani, Anna Maria Ferrero, Arnoldo Foà
Directed By:
Léonide Moguy
9. Teresa (1951)
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Teresa
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While stationed in Italy during WWII, American soldier Phillip Cass meets and marries Italian Teresa Russo. When his bride arrives in America, the newlyweds share apartment with Phillip’s family, which challenges the bond between the couple. Besides, Phillip’s overbearing and possessive mother refuses to make things easier for Teresa. Consequently, the couple drifts apart, but arrival of a baby brings back happiness. 

Role:
Teresa Russo
Starring:
Robert Wagner, Lee Marvin, Rod Steiger, Peggy Ann Garner, Ralph Meeker, Lee Marvin
Directed By:
Fred Zinnemann
Awards:
Golden Globe Award for Most Promising Newcomer - Female
10. Flame and the Flesh (1954)
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Flame and the Flesh
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2

Flame and the Flesh is a drama film which tells the story of a woman Madeline, who gets evicted from her apartment, as she is unable to pay the rent. A musician named Ciccio Duvario takes pity on her, and invites her home, but due to her manipulative nature, she starts taking advantage of his kindness.

Role:
Lisa
Starring:
Lana Turner, Bonar Colleano, Charles Goldner, Carlos Thompson
Directed By:
Richard Brooks
11. SOS Pacific (1959)
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SOS Pacific
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A seaplane develops a problem and is forced to make an emergency water-landing near a Pacific island. The plane’s desperate passengers brave the waters to reach the deserted island. As they find tethered farm-animals, and a lead-lined bunker with measuring instruments and cameras set for filming, the passengers realize that they are at the site of a nuclear bomb testing, to be detonated soon. 

Role:
Teresa
Starring:
Richard Attenborough, Eddie Constantine, John Gregson, Eva Bartok
Directed By:
Guy Green
12. The Devil Makes Three (1952)
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The Devil Makes Three
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2

Captain Jeff meets the only surviving daughter of a family that saved him many years ago. She works as a nightclub hostess and despises Americans. Regardless, they begin dating, but soon it seems that she is part of an underground Nazi group.

Role:
Wilhelmina (Willie) Lehrt
Starring:
Gene Kelly, Richard Rober, Richard Egan, Claus Clausen
Directed By:
Andrew Marton
13. Meet Me in Las Vegas (1956)
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Meet Me in Las Vegas
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Yearly, rancher Chuck Rodwell travels to Las Vegas for gambling, but invariably ends up losing. Maria Corvier is the ballet-dancer at ‘Sand’s’ where Chuck discovers that she is lucky for him as he wins whenever he holds her hands. Aspiring for stardom, Maria is indifferent initially; but gradually they fall in love. Will they continue to hold hands up to the altar?  

Starring:
George Chakiris, Lena Horne, Peter Lorre, Debbie Reynolds, Frank Sinatra, Agnes Moorehead, Dan Dailey
Directed By:
Roy Rowland
14. Oh No, Mam'zelle (1954)
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Oh No, Mam'zelle
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2
Role:
Denise de Flavigny / Nitouche
Starring:
Fernandel, Jean Debucourt, Georges Chamarat, Hélène Tossy
Directed By:
Yves Allégret
15. The Light Touch (1951)
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The Light Touch
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2

A professional art thief steals a religious painting from an Italian museum. He tries to cheat his partner by claiming the painting was destroyed in an accident. His partner gets suspicious and meanwhile the police plan to trap the duo, but they are busy with their mind games. 

Role:
Anna Vasarri
Starring:
Stewart Granger, Joseph Calleia, George Sanders, Kurt Kasznar
Directed By:
Richard Brooks
16. M.M.M. 83 (1966)
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M.M.M. 83
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2
Role:
Hélène Blanchard (as Anna Maria Pierangeli)
Starring:
Gérard Blain, Alberto Dalbés, Fred Beir, Gianni Solaro
Directed By:
Sergio Bergonzelli
17. Sodom and Gomorrah (1962)
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Sodom and Gomorrah
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2
Role:
Ildith
Starring:
Stewart Granger, Rossana Podestà, Stanley Baker, Rik Battaglia
Directed By:
Robert Aldrich
18. Port Afrique (1956)
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Port Afrique
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2

When Rip Reardon gets to know about his wife being dead, he suspects foul play. He tries to convince Inspector Colonel that she has been murdered whereas Colonel feels that she committed suicide.

Role:
Ynez
Starring:
Anthony Newley, Christopher Lee, Philip Carey, Dennis Price, Eugene Deckers
Directed By:
Rudolph Maté
19. The Vintage (1957)
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The Vintage
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2

Giancarlo and Ernesto are two brothers who have crossed illegally from Italy into France. They are trying to evade the police, as Giancarlo had killed a man in order to protect a woman. Eventually, they decide to get work as grape pickers and are hired by a man named Louis Morel. However, things get complicated when Ernesto falls for Louis’s wife.  

Role:
Lucienne
Starring:
Mel Ferrer, Michèle Morgan, Theodore Bikel, John Kerr
Directed By:
Jeffrey Hayden
20. King of Africa (1968)
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King of Africa
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Role:
Ann Peterson (as Anna Maria Pierangeli)
Starring:
George Sanders, Rossano Brazzi, Ty Hardin, Helga Liné
Directed By:
Sandy Howard, Giovanni Scolaro
21. Mafia Mob (1969)
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Mafia Mob
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2
Role:
Bambi (as Anna Maria Pierangeli)
Starring:
Jeffrey Hunter, Margaret Lee, Guglielmo Spoletini, Gogó Rojo
Directed By:
Javier Setó
22. Spy in Your Eye (1965)
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Spy in Your Eye
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2
Role:
Paula Krauss (as Anna Maria Pierangeli)
Starring:
Dana Andrews, Brett Halsey, Gastone Moschin, Tania Béryl
Directed By:
Vittorio Sala
23. Panic in Bangkok (1964)
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Panic in Bangkok
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2
Role:
Lila Sinn
Starring:
Robert Hossein, Kerwin Mathews, Gamil Ratib, Dominique Wilms
Directed By:
André Hunebelle
24. Code Name, Red Roses (1968)
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Code Name, Red Roses
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2
Role:
Marie (as Anna Maria Pierangeli)
Starring:
Peter van Eyck, James Daly, Nino Castelnuovo, Gianni Garko
Directed By:
Fernando Di Leo
25. In the Folds of the Flesh (1970)
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In the Folds of the Flesh
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2
Role:
Falesse / Ester (as Anna Maria Pierangeli)
Starring:
Eleonora Rossi Drago, Alfredo Mayo, Emilio Gutiérrez Caba, Fernando Sancho
Directed By:
Sergio Bergonzelli
26. Sombrero (1953)
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Sombrero
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2

The lives of three couples change when a feud occurs between two villages in Mexico.

Role:
Eufemia Calderon
Starring:
Ricardo Montalban, Yvonne De Carlo, Cyd Charisse, Vittorio Gassman,
Directed By:
Norman Foster
27. Musketeers of the Sea (1962)
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2
Musketeers of the Sea
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2
Role:
Consuelo / Gracia
Starring:
Robert Alda, Aldo Ray, Philippe Clay, Channing Pollock
Directed By:
Steno, Massimo Patrizi
28. White Slave Ship (1961)
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2
White Slave Ship
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2
Role:
Polly (as Anna Maria Pierangeli)
Starring:
Edmund Purdom, Ivan Desny, Armand Mestral, Franco Capucci
Directed By:
Silvio Amadio
29. For One Thousand Dollars Per Day (1966)
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For One Thousand Dollars Per Day
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2
Starring:
Mirko Ellis, José Calvo, Rubén Rojo, Zachary Hatcher
Directed By:
Silvio Amadio
30. The Silver Chalice (1954)
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2
The Silver Chalice
8
2
Role:
Deborra
Starring:
Jack Palance, Lorne Greene, Natalie Wood, Paul Newman, Virginia Mayo
Directed By:
Victor Saville
31. Octaman (1971)
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Octaman
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Role:
Susan Lowry
Starring:
Jeff Morrow, Kerwin Mathews, David Essex, Jerome Guardino
Directed By:
Harry Essex

TV Shows and Videos

Westinghouse Desilu Playhouse (1958)
Westinghouse Desilu Playhouse
Starring:
Dina Merrill, John Drew Barrymore, Buddy Ebsen, Maximilian Schell, Cliff Robertson, Michael Landon, Rory Calhoun
Directed By:
Jerry Thorpe, Claudio Guzmán, Allen H. Miner, Allen Reisner, Douglas Heyes

Pier Angeli Awards

Golden Globe Awards
Teresa Most Promising Newcomer - Female 1952