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List of Ray Milland Movies: Ranked Best To Worst

1. Dial M for Murder (1954)
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4
Dial M for Murder
PG
25
4

Tony Wendice, a professional tennis player, plans the murder of his socialite wife, Margot Wendice, for having an affair with writer Mark Halliday. Tony blackmails Charles Swann to commit the murder but Margot survives the murder attempt. Tony then schemes to incriminate Margot for the crime but has to contend with Inspector Hubbard. 

Role:
Tony Wendice
Starring:
Grace Kelly, Robert Cummings, John Williams, Anthony Dawson
Directed By:
2. The Lost Weekend (1945)
23
2
The Lost Weekend
23
2

This American drama film revolves around the life of a chronic alcoholic who misses his train and decides to go on a four-day drinking bout. However, it may be his last.

Role:
Don Birnam
Starring:
Jane Wyman, Phillip Terry, Howard Da Silva, Doris Dowling
Directed By:
Awards:
Academy Award for Best Actor in a Leading Role, Golden Globe Award for Best Actor
4. Sullivan's Travels (1941)
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6
Sullivan's Travels
15
6

Sullivan’s Travels is a romantic comedy adventure film which tells the story of a young film director named John Sullivan, who is tired of making shallow comedies. He wants his next project to focus on important social issues, although his studio boss wants him to direct another comedy instead. In order to understand the plight of the poor from a firsthand experience, he decides to travel as a tramp so that he can truly understand the sorrows of humanity.

Starring:
Robert Warwick, Joel McCrea, Franklin Pangborn, William Demarest
Directed By:
Preston Sturges
5. Easy Living (1937)
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3
Easy Living
17
3
Role:
John Ball Jr.
Starring:
Jean Arthur, Luis Alberni, Edward Arnold, Mary Nash
Directed By:
Mitchell Leisen
6. Way for a Sailor (1930)
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3
Way for a Sailor
16
3

Jack is a sailor who is always in some kind of trouble. He is infatuated with a girl named Joan. For two years, whenever he docks near London, he approaches her, but she rejects his advances and any expensive gifts that he brings her, as she doesn’t want anything to do with a sailor. However, Jack manages to trick her into marrying him, but Joan eventually finds out.

Starring:
Wallace Beery, John Gilbert, Polly Moran, Leila Hyams, Jim Tully
Directed By:
Sam Wood
7. The Uninvited (1944)
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2
The Uninvited
22
2
Role:
Roderick Fitzgerald
Starring:
Donald Crisp, Dorothy Stickney, Ruth Hussey, Cornelia Otis Skinner
Directed By:
Lewis Allen
9. Just a Gigolo (1931)
13
3
Just a Gigolo
13
3
Starring:
Charlotte Granville, C. Aubrey Smith, William Haines, Irene Purcell
Directed By:
Jack Conway
10. The Bachelor Father (1931)
13
2
The Bachelor Father
13
2
Role:
Geoffrey Trent
Starring:
C. Aubrey Smith, Guinn 'Big Boy' Williams, Marion Davies, Ralph Forbes,
Directed By:
Robert Z. Leonard
11. The Major and the Minor (1942)
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2
The Major and the Minor
16
2
Role:
Major Philip Kirby
Starring:
Ginger Rogers, Robert Benchley, Rita Johnson, Diana Lynn
Directed By:
12. Till We Meet Again (1944)
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2
Till We Meet Again
15
2
Role:
John
Starring:
Lucile Watson, Barbara Britton, Walter Slezak, Konstantin Shayne
Directed By:
Frank Borzage
13. The Man Who Played God (1932)
12
3
The Man Who Played God
TV-G
12
3

After losing his hearing faculty in an accident, concert pianist, Montgomery Royle, returns home to New York. Accompanying him are his sister, Florence, fiancée, Grace, and close friend, Mildred. Feeling lost, he soon realizes that he can lip read and starts observing people, helping them secretly until he discovers that Grace loves another man; but has remained with him because of his handicap. 

Starring:
Bette Davis, George Arliss, Violet Heming, André Luguet, Louise Closser Hale
Directed By:
John G. Adolfi
14. Her Jungle Love (1938)
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2
Her Jungle Love
17
2
Role:
Bob Mitchell
Starring:
J. Carrol Naish, Lynne Overman, Dorothy Lamour, Virginia Vale
Directed By:
George Archainbaud
15. Charlie Chan in London (1934)
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2
Charlie Chan in London
13
2
Role:
Neil Howard (as Raymond Milland)
Starring:
Warner Oland, Alan Mowbray, Mona Barrie, Drue Leyton
Directed By:
Eugene Forde
16. Four Hours to Kill! (1935)
12
2
Four Hours to Kill!
12
2
Starring:
Richard Barthelmess, Helen Mack, Dorothy Tree, Gertrude Michael
Directed By:
Mitchell Leisen
17. The Return of Sophie Lang (1936)
12
2
The Return of Sophie Lang
12
2
Role:
Jimmy Dawson
Starring:
Elizabeth Patterson, Guy Standing, Gertrude Michael, Colin Tapley
Directed By:
George Archainbaud
18. Sealed Verdict (1948)
12
2
Sealed Verdict
12
2
Role:
Maj. Robert Lawson
Starring:
Broderick Crawford, John Hoyt, Florence Marly, Norbert Schiller
Directed By:
Lewis Allen
19. Polly of the Circus (1932)
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2
Polly of the Circus
11
2

When trapeze artist, Polly Fisher ,suffers a 50 feet fall while performing for a visiting circus, Reverend John Hartley takes her home. Eventually the two fall in love and get married. But neither the Bishop nor the congregation is ready to accept a former trapeze player as the Minister’s wife and he loses his job. The only way she can save her husband’s job is to stage an accident and die. 

Starring:
Clark Gable, Marion Davies, C. Aubrey Smith, Raymond Hatton, David Landau
Directed By:
Alfred Santell
20. Alias Nick Beal (1949)
13
3
Alias Nick Beal
13
3

District Attorney Joseph Foster wants to become a governor to bring down the criminal underworld. One day he makes a deal with a stranger named Nick Beal and begins rising up the ranks of power, but becomes corrupted. He finally manages to escape the deal with the help of his wife Martha and his friend Thomas. 

Role:
Nick Beal
Starring:
Thomas Mitchell, George Macready, Audrey Totter, Fred Clark
Directed By:
21. Kitty (1945)
14
2
Kitty
14
2

Set in late nineteenth century London, the film starts with Kitty, a slum girl, trying to pick the pocket of a renowned painter. Caught in the act, she ends up sitting for him and in the process catches the attention of Sir Hugh Marcy and the Earl of Carstairs. The story then goes on to portray how she became a society lady, all the while nurturing an unrequited love for Sir Mercy.  

Role:
Sir Hugh Marcy
Starring:
Paulette Goddard, Reginald Owen, Patric Knowles, Cecil Kellaway
Directed By:
Mitchell Leisen
22. Forever and a Day (1943)
11
2
Forever and a Day
11
2

During the Second World War, an American travels all the way to Britain, to sell an old house near London, belonging to his family. However, he gets involved in much more than a simple real estate transaction. 

Starring:
Merle Oberon, Buster Keaton, Elsa Lanchester, Charles Laughton, George Kirby, Doreen Munroe, May Beatty
Directed By:
Edmund Goulding, Cedric Hardwicke, Frank Lloyd, Victor Saville, Robert Stevenson
23. The Trouble with Women (1947)
14
2
The Trouble with Women
14
2
Role:
Professor Gilbert Sedley
Starring:
Lloyd Bridges, Rose Hobart, Brian Donlevy, Teresa Wright
Directed By:
Sidney Lanfield
24. Piccadilly (1929)
11
2
Piccadilly
TV-PG
11
2
Starring:
Anna May Wong, Charles Laughton, Gilda Gray, Jameson Thomas, Cyril Ritchard, King Hou Chang
Directed By:
Ewald André Dupont
25. Wise Girl (1937)
13
2
Wise Girl
13
2
Role:
John O'Halloran
Starring:
Henry Stephenson, Miriam Hopkins, Walter Abel, Cecil Kellaway
Directed By:
Leigh Jason
26. It Happens Every Spring (1949)
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2
It Happens Every Spring
17
2
Role:
Prof. Vernon K. Simpson / King Kelly
Starring:
Paul Douglas, Ted de Corsia, Ed Begley, Jean Peters
Directed By:
Lloyd Bacon
27. Night Into Morning (1951)
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2
Night Into Morning
15
2
Role:
Phillip Ainley
Starring:
Lewis Stone, John Hodiak, Jean Hagen, Nancy Reagan
Directed By:
Fletcher Markle
28. Ministry of Fear (1944)
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4
Ministry of Fear
13
4
Role:
Stephen Neale
Starring:
Carl Esmond, Marjorie Reynolds, Hillary Brooke, Percy Waram
Directed By:
29. King of Kings (1961)
13
2
King of Kings
13
2

King of Kings is an epic historical film which revolves around the life of Jesus of Nazareth from his birth in Bethlehem to his crucifixion and subsequent resurrection. The film also focuses on significant events in his life, such as making cripples walk, making the blind see, multiplying loaves and fishes and so on.

Starring:
Orson Welles, Viveca Lindfors, Jeffrey Hunter, Ron Randell, Siobhan McKenna
Directed By:
Nicholas Ray
30. The Gilded Lily (1935)
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2
The Gilded Lily
11
2

Stenographer Marilyn David falls for Charles, unaware that he is British aristocrat Charles Gray. Her close friend, reporter Peter Dawes who loves her, is disappointed. When Charles returns home, Peter assumes that he has hurt Marilyn, and publishes a story citing her as ‘No Girl’ who rejected nobility. Marilyn becomes a celebrity, which draws Charles back to her, placing her in quandary.

Role:
Charles Gray (Lord Granton)
Starring:
Claudette Colbert, Fred MacMurray, C. Aubrey Smith, Luis Alberni
Directed By:
Wesley Ruggles
31. The Glass Key (1935)
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4
The Glass Key
12
4
Starring:
Charles Richman, George Raft, Claire Dodd, Edward Arnold
Directed By:
Frank Tuttle
32. The Informer (1929)
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2
The Informer
12
2

A man believes that his best friend, member of a terrorist group, is seeing his mistress. Therefore, he betrays him and turns him over to the authorities. However, he regrets it when he finds himself being pursued by other members of that group.

Starring:
Lya De Putti, Lars Hanson, Warwick Ward, Carl Harbord
Directed By:
Arthur Robison
33. Hotel Imperial (1939)
11
3
Hotel Imperial
11
3
Role:
Lieutenant Nemassy
Starring:
Reginald Owen, J. Carrol Naish, Gene Lockhart, Isa Miranda
Directed By:
Robert Florey
34. One Hour Late (1934)
11
2
One Hour Late
11
2
Starring:
Conrad Nagel, Helen Twelvetrees, Arline Judge, Ray Walker
Directed By:
Ralph Murphy
35. Blonde Crazy (1931)
11
2
Blonde Crazy
TV-G
11
2
Role:
Joe Reynolds
Starring:
James Cagney, Joan Blondell, Noel Francis, Louis Calhern
Directed By:
Roy Del Ruth
36. The Doctor Takes a Wife (1940)
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2
The Doctor Takes a Wife
12
2

Some misunderstandings lead the press to believe that June Cameron, the author of bestsellers on women’s issues, is married to university lecturer, neurologist Dr. Timothy Sterling. They both go along the pretense and use it to their advantage. But all is not smooth sailing, because the two dislike each other, and Tim’s girlfriend Marilyn is not convinced that the marriage is fake. 

Role:
Dr. Timothy Sterling
Starring:
Loretta Young, Edmund Gwenn, Gail Patrick, Reginald Gardiner
Directed By:
Alexander Hall
37. Arise, My Love (1940)
12
2
Arise, My Love
12
2

Arise, My Love is a 1940 romantic comedy that tells the story of a dashing pilot and a vivacious reporter who begin to have romantic and dramatic adventures in Europe during the beginning of the Second World War. 

Role:
Tom Martin
Starring:
Claudette Colbert, Walter Abel, Dennis O'Keefe, Dick Purcell
Directed By:
Mitchell Leisen
38. Rhubarb (1951)
12
2
Rhubarb
12
2

Based on a novel of the same name, this film is about an eccentric millionaire and owner of a baseball team, who makes his cat Rhubarb his sole beneficiary, as discovered after his death. Therefore, the cat inherits the baseball team, which leads to several conflicts. 

Role:
Eric Yeager
Starring:
Leonard Nimoy, William Frawley, Gene Lockhart, Jan Sterling
Directed By:
Arthur Lubin
39. Payment Deferred (1932)
12
2
Payment Deferred
12
2

A bank clerk William Marble, is desperate for money, in order to clear his family bills. When his rich nephew visits him, William asks him for a loan. When the latter refuses, William murders him, out of desperation. 

Role:
James Medland
Starring:
Charles Laughton, Maureen O'Sullivan, Dorothy Peterson, Verree Teasdale
Directed By:
Lothar Mendes
40. Miss Tatlock's Millions (1948)
11
2
Miss Tatlock's Millions
11
2

Denno Noonan was the 'social secretary' for Schuyler Tatlock, a mentally incompetent orphan. Noonan was paid very well to watch over him while he was sent to Hawaii. However, Noonan got drunk and when he came back home he discovered that Schuyler had burned himself to death. Noonan chose not to communicate this to the family as he continued to get the hefty paycheck. But now he is in a fix, as he has received a message from the family to bring Schuyler home. He hires a lookalike named Tim to impersonate Schuyler. Will this work?

Starring:
Barry Fitzgerald, Monty Woolley, Robert Stack, Wanda Hendrix
Directed By:
Richard Haydn
41. Three Brave Men (1956)
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2
Three Brave Men
11
2

Bernard Goldsmith, a navy employee is fired from his work without any explanation and warning. He only learns that as in his youth he was connected to a communist organization he has to pay this price. Dubious about the explanation, he gets lawyer Joe DiMarco on board who prepares to argue his case.

 

Role:
Joe DiMarco
Starring:
Ernest Borgnine, Dean Jagger, Nina Foch, Frank Lovejoy
Directed By:
Philip Dunne
42. The Lady Has Plans (1942)
11
2
The Lady Has Plans
11
2

A group of cunning criminals steal some top secret plans, after which they tattoo it on the back of a woman so that she can sell it to the highest bidder in Lisbon. Meanwhile, few US government agents are on a mission to prevent this bidding.

Role:
Kenneth Clarence Harper
Starring:
Paulette Goddard, Roland Young, Cecil Kellaway, Albert Dekker
Directed By:
Sidney Lanfield
43. French Without Tears (1940)
12
2
French Without Tears
12
2
Role:
Alan Howard
Starring:
Roland Culver, Janine Darcey, Ellen Drew, David Tree
Directed By:
Anthony Asquith
44. Say It in French (1938)
11
2
Say It in French
11
2
Role:
Richard Carrington, Jr.
Starring:
Mary Carlisle, Irene Hervey, Janet Beecher, Olympe Bradna
Directed By:
Andrew L. Stone
45. Bought! (1931)
11
2
Bought!
11
2
Role:
Charles Carter Jr. (as Raymond Milland)
Starring:
Richard Bennett, Ben Lyon, Constance Bennett, Dorothy Peterson
Directed By:
Archie Mayo
46. So Evil My Love (1948)
13
2
So Evil My Love
TV-14
13
2
Role:
Mark Bellis
Starring:
Ann Todd, Geraldine Fitzgerald, Raymond Huntley, Leo G. Carroll
Directed By:
Lewis Allen
47. Love Story (1970)
13
2
Love Story
GP
13
2

Considered as one of the most romantic films, it follows Harvard law student Oliver Barrett IV, heir to an upper-class family, and Jennifer Cavilleri, a working-class music student, as they fall in love. Despite Barrett Sr.’s disapproval, the two get married. Jenny works to support Oliver, who achieves a good position after graduation. However, the life has different plans in store for them. 

Role:
Oliver Barrett III
Starring:
Tommy Lee Jones, Ryan O'Neal, John Marley, Ali MacGraw
Directed By:
Arthur Hiller
48. Men with Wings (1938)
11
2
Men with Wings
11
2

Pat Falconer, his neighbor Scott and their friend Peggy share an interest in aviation. Eventually, this obsession with airplanes leads Falconer to the Air Force, and Scott becomes an aeronautics engineer. However, they both develop feelings for Peggy, which tests their friendship.  

Role:
Scott Barnes
Starring:
Fred MacMurray, Andy Devine, Lynne Overman, Louise Campbell
Directed By:
William A. Wellman
49. Reap the Wild Wind (1942)
13
2
Reap the Wild Wind
13
2
Role:
Stephen Tolliver
Starring:
Cecil B. DeMille, John Wayne, Susan Hayward, Paulette Goddard, Raymond Massey
Directed By:
50. Three Smart Girls (1936)
12
2
Three Smart Girls
12
2
Role:
Lord Michael Stuart
Starring:
Alice Brady, Charles Winninger, Binnie Barnes, Deanna Durbin
Directed By:
Henry Koster
51. Golden Earrings (1947)
14
2
Golden Earrings
14
2

Just before Second World War a British spy travels to Germany to acquire a secret formula. But before he can do that he is held captive by a German. Eventually he escapes and comes across a Gypsy lady who, not only saves him, but also helps him to complete his mission and escape to Switzerland.  After the war in London, he receives a golden earring, which set him on a journey to France.  

Role:
Col. Ralph Denistoun
Starring:
Marlene Dietrich, Murvyn Vye, Dennis Hoey, Bruce Lester
Directed By:
Mitchell Leisen
52. Bolero (1934)
12
2
Bolero
12
2

Bolero is a romantic drama film which tells the story of a 23-year old woman who recently finished her graduation, and is now looking for the perfect man to lose her virginity.  Soon she finds herself caught between a Moroccan Sheikh and a Spanish bullfighter.

Starring:
Carole Lombard, William Frawley, George Raft, Sally Rand, Frances Drake
Directed By:
Wesley Ruggles, Mitchell Leisen
53. The Thief (1952)
11
2
The Thief
11
2
Role:
Allan Fields
Starring:
Martin Gabel, Rex O'Malley, Harry Bronson, Rita Grapel
Directed By:
Russell Rouse
54. Star Spangled Rhythm (1942)
10
2
Star Spangled Rhythm
10
2

A musical made during WWII to entertain troops, raise funds and boost morale. Silent Era-Star, Billy Webster is now a gateman at Paramount studios. However, his Navy serviceman son, Johnny, thinks he is a studio executive. As Johnny is arriving with his shipmates, to preserve his illusion, Billy takes help of studio switchboard-operator, Polly, to put up a show with Hollywood’s mega-stars.

Role:
Joe in Card-Playing Skit
Starring:
Alan Ladd, Bob Hope, Eva Gabor, Sterling Holloway, Bing Crosby, Cecil B. DeMille, Fred MacMurray
Directed By:
George Marshall, A. Edward Sutherland
55. Next Time We Love (1936)
10
2
Next Time We Love
10
2

Next Time we Love is a romantic comedy film, which tells the story of a young married couple Christopher and Cicely. Their relationship is affected when Christopher is assigned overseas as a foreign correspondent and Cicely achieves stardom. Meanwhile, their friend Tommy, who secretly loves Cicely, tries to get close to her. 

Role:
Tommy Abbott (as Raymond Milland)
Starring:
Hattie McDaniel, Margaret Sullavan, James Stewart, Grant Mitchell, Robert McWade
Directed By:
Edward H. Griffith
56. Passion Flower (1930)
10
2
Passion Flower
10
2

Dulce Morado is a wealthy socialite whose friend Cassy falls for their family chauffer Dan. This leads to Cassy's furious father kicking her out of the house. Cassy and Dan are forced to live with Dulce and her husband Tony. However, due to his pride, Dan decides that he will not live with them, and along with Cassy, he heads into the city where he finds a job, and rents an apartment.   

Starring:
Winter Hall, Lewis Stone, Kay Francis, Kay Johnson, Charles Bickford
Directed By:
William C. de Mille
57. The Jungle Princess (1936)
11
2
The Jungle Princess
11
2
Role:
Christopher Powell
Starring:
Molly Lamont, Lynne Overman, Akim Tamiroff, Dorothy Lamour
Directed By:
Wilhelm Thiele
58. Ebb Tide (1937)
10
2
Ebb Tide
10
2
Role:
Robert Herrick
Starring:
Frances Farmer, Barry Fitzgerald, Lloyd Nolan, Oskar Homolka
Directed By:
James P. Hogan
59. The Crystal Ball (1943)
12
2
The Crystal Ball
12
2

A small town young woman comes to New York City to appear in a beauty contest and loses. With no money or help, she goes to a lady fortune teller and a fake psychic, who arranges a job for her. Very soon, she also starts fortune telling and helps the other woman to fool a handsome attorney and while doing so she also falls in love with him. 

Role:
Brad Cavanaugh
Starring:
Paulette Goddard, Virginia Field, Gladys George, Cecil Kellaway
Directed By:
Elliott Nugent
60. Battlestar Galactica (1978)
11
3
Battlestar Galactica
PG
11
3

Battlestar Galactica is an action adventure science fiction film which takes us to a time where mankind has several colonies across the universe. However, after all twelve colonies are destroyed, a fleet searches for planet Earth, hoping to find chances of survival.

Starring:
Jane Seymour, Ed Begley Jr., Lorne Greene, Richard Hatch, Dirk Benedict, Herbert Jefferson Jr.
Directed By:
Alan J. Levi, Richard A. Colla
61. The River's Edge (1957)
11
2
The River's Edge
11
2

A poor rancher is forced to guide a murderous thief across the dessert into Mexico. The thief who is running away from the cops with stolen loot and a murder charge also happens to be the former lover of the rancher's wife who is accompanying the two men on this journey!

Role:
Nardo Denning
Starring:
Anthony Quinn, Harry Carey Jr., Debra Paget, Chubby Johnson
Directed By:
Allan Dwan
62. Circle of Danger (1951)
10
2
Circle of Danger
10
2
Role:
Clay Douglas
Starring:
Hugh Sinclair, Patricia Roc, Naunton Wayne, Marius Goring
Directed By:
Jacques Tourneur
63. A Woman of Distinction (1950)
11
2
A Woman of Distinction
11
2

Susan Middlecott, who is the dean of a college, feels that there is no room in her life for romance. However, things take a turn when she meets a charming British professor of astronomy named Alec Stevenson. However, she still resists being paired with him, but things don’t go as planned. 

Role:
Prof. Alexander 'Alec' Stevenson
Starring:
Rosalind Russell, Lucille Ball, Edmund Gwenn, Janis Carter
Directed By:
Edward Buzzell
64. Moulin Rouge (1928)
10
2
Moulin Rouge
10
2

Moulin Rogue is a silent drama film which tells the story of the son of an aristocrat, who falls for his girlfriend’s mother, who is the star of a Paris revue.  

Starring:
Olga Tschechowa, Jean Bradin, Eve Gray, Marcel Vibert
Directed By:
Ewald André Dupont
65. Alias Mary Dow (1935)
10
2
Alias Mary Dow
10
2
Role:
Peter Marshall (as Raymond Milland)
Starring:
John Carradine, Sally Eilers, Katharine Alexander, Henry O'Neill, Chick Chandler
Directed By:
Kurt Neumann
66. The Lady from the Sea (1929)
11
2
The Lady from the Sea
11
2
Role:
Tom Roberts (as Raymond Milland)
Starring:
Bruce Gordon, Mona Goya, Moore Marriott, Eugenie Amami
Directed By:
Castleton Knight
67. Close to My Heart (1951)
12
2
Close to My Heart
12
2

Close to My Heart is a drama film, which tells the story of a couple, Brad and Midge, who is unable to have a biological child. They eventually decide to adopt a baby abandoned at a police station. However, they soon find out that the baby’s father might be a murderer.

Role:
Brad Sheridan
Starring:
Gene Tierney, Fay Bainter, Mary Beth Hughes, Howard St. John
Directed By:
William Keighley
68. Panic in Year Zero! (1962)
12
4
Panic in Year Zero!
12
4
Role:
Harry Baldwin
Starring:
Frankie Avalon, Jean Hagen, Joan Freeman, Mary Mitchel
Directed By:
Ray Milland
69. Premature Burial (1962)
12
2
Premature Burial
12
2
Role:
Guy Carrell
Starring:
Heather Angel, Richard Ney, Alan Napier, Hazel Court
Directed By:
70. Irene (1940)
13
2
Irene
13
2

Irene is a 1940 musical film, which tells the story of a wealthy man named Don Marshall, who falls in love with Irene, an upholsterer’s assistant. In his attempt to win her love, he buys her a dress shop, thus insuring her a better job there.  Whether he succeeds or not forms the rest of the story. 

Role:
Don Marshall
Starring:
Dorothy Dandridge, Anna Neagle, Roland Young, May Robson, Alan Marshal
Directed By:
Herbert Wilcox
71. X (1963)
10
3
X
10
3
Role:
Dr. James Xavier
Starring:
Don Rickles, Harold J. Stone, John Hoyt, Diana Van der Vlis
Directed By:
72. Aces High (1976)
10
2
Aces High
PG
10
2
Starring:
Malcolm McDowell, Christopher Plummer, Trevor Howard, John Gielgud
Directed By:
Jack Gold
73. Many Happy Returns (1934)
10
2
Many Happy Returns
10
2
Role:
Ted Lambert
Starring:
George Burns, Gracie Allen, George Barbier, Joan Marsh
Directed By:
Norman Z. McLeod
74. The Girl in the Red Velvet Swing (1955)
12
2
The Girl in the Red Velvet Swing
12
2

This biographical romantic film tells us the fictionalized story of Evelyn Nesbit, a beautiful showgirl who was caught in a love triangle between an elderly architect and an eccentric young millionaire. 

Role:
Stanford White
Starring:
Joan Collins, Luther Adler, Farley Granger, Cornelia Otis Skinner
Directed By:
Richard Fleischer
75. Something to Live For (1952)
10
3
Something to Live For
10
3

A Broadway actress develops a drinking problem, and soon joins Alcoholics Anonymous after she becomes an alcoholic. She soon starts having an affair with one of the members, but things get complicated as it turns out that he is married.

Role:
Alan Miller
Starring:
Joan Fontaine, Teresa Wright, Richard Derr, Douglas Dick
Directed By:
George Stevens
76. Oil (1977)
10
2
Oil
10
2
Starring:
Stuart Whitman, Woody Strode, Tony Kendall, Jean Constantin
Directed By:
Mircea Dragan
77. A Man Alone (1955)
12
2
A Man Alone
12
2

Gunfighter, Wes Steele, finds a stagecoach filled with dead bodies. The killers are corrupt banker Stanley, a hired gunner Clanton, and Joiner. Clanton soon kills Joiner. When Steele reaches the town he gets framed for the deaths by Stanley. With the help of the local Sheriff’s daughter, Nadine, Steele fights to clear his name. 

Role:
Wes Steele
Starring:
Raymond Burr, Lee Van Cleef, Ward Bond, Arthur Space
Directed By:
Ray Milland
78. Skylark (1941)
11
2
Skylark
11
2

Skylark is a 1941 comedy film, which revolves around Lydia, who realizes on her fifth wedding anniversary that she is neglected and treated poorly by her husband, Tony. She meets a handsome attorney, and soon, their innocent flirtation turns into something serious.

Role:
Tony Kenyon
Starring:
Claudette Colbert, Brian Aherne, Binnie Barnes, Walter Abel
Directed By:
Mark Sandrich
79. The Flying Scotsman (1929)
10
2
The Flying Scotsman
10
2
Role:
Jim Edwards (as Raymond Milland)
Starring:
Pauline Johnson, Gordon Harker, Moore Marriott, Alec Hurley
Directed By:
Castleton Knight
80. Escape to Witch Mountain (1975)
11
2
Escape to Witch Mountain
G
11
2

Escape to Witch Mountain is a science fiction adventure film which revolves around Tony and Tia, two orphaned siblings, having extraordinary psychic powers. Things get complicated when they attract the attention of a selfish millionaire, who decides to kidnap them and use their powers for his own gain.  

Role:
Aristotle Bolt
Starring:
Donald Pleasence, Kim Richards, Denver Pyle, Eddie Albert
Directed By:
John Hough
81. The Imperfect Lady (1947)
10
2
The Imperfect Lady
10
2
Role:
Clive Loring
Starring:
Anthony Quinn, Cedric Hardwicke, Virginia Field, Teresa Wright
Directed By:
Lewis Allen
82. I Wanted Wings (1941)
12
2
I Wanted Wings
12
2

I Wanted Wings is a war drama film, which revolves around the lives of three different men, a playboy, a mechanic and a well-known football player, who join the US Army Air Corps.

Role:
Jeff Young
Starring:
William Holden, Brian Donlevy, Wayne Morris, Constance Moore
Directed By:
Mitchell Leisen
83. A Life of Her Own (1950)
10
2
A Life of Her Own
10
2

Lily James moves from Kansas to New York and becomes a top model even though her friend and mentor, top model Mary, commits suicide. Lily then falls in love with mine-owner, Steve Harleigh, who is married to the paraplegic Nora. As the two begin an affair, Lily experiences a change of heart after meeting Nora. 

Role:
Steve Harleigh
Starring:
Lana Turner, Tom Ewell, Ann Dvorak, Louis Calhern
Directed By:
84. Copper Canyon (1950)
11
2
Copper Canyon
11
2

Copper Canyon is a Western action adventure film, which revolves around a fugitive who is asked to help a few miners who are terrorized by some locals. 

Role:
Johnny Carter
Starring:
Hedy Lamarr, Macdonald Carey, Mona Freeman, Harry Carey Jr.
Directed By:
85. Hostile Witness (1968)
10
3
Hostile Witness
GP
10
3

A successful English lawyer Simon Crawford is devastated when he finds out that his daughter has been killed in a hit-and-run accident. Crawford swears to find the driver of the car and have his revenge. However, shortly after, he finds himself accused of his neighbor’s death.

Role:
Simon Crawford - Q.C.
Starring:
Felix Aylmer, Raymond Huntley, Sylvia Syms, Geoffrey Lumsden
Directed By:
Ray Milland
86. Ambassador Bill (1931)
11
2
Ambassador Bill
11
2

Ambassador Bill is a comedy film which tells the story of an American ambassador named Bill Harper, who arrives in a small country, filled with civil unrest. He meets the young 8 year old prince, who is set to be the next king of the nation, and tries to befriend him, and prepare him for his role.    

Role:
King Lothar
Starring:
Will Rogers, Greta Nissen, Marguerite Churchill, Tad Alexander
Directed By:
Sam Taylor
87. The Last Tycoon (1976)
10
2
The Last Tycoon
PG
10
2

Based on an unfinished novel of the same name by F Scott Fitzgerald, this drama film tells the story of a movie producer, who works tirelessly in a time of turmoil. However, problems arise because he neglects and disrespects the other studio executives, and they feel like they would be better off without him.

Starring:
Jeanne Moreau, Tony Curtis, Robert De Niro, Robert Mitchum, Jack Nicholson, Donald Pleasence, John Carradine
Directed By:
88. California (1947)
12
3
California
12
3

During the Gold Rush, Lieutenant Jonathan Trumbo goes AWOL to guide a train to California. En route, he is joined by Lily Bishop, earning her enmity when he accuses her of cheating at cards. Lily later opens a salon in Pharaoh City and becomes friendly with powerful Pharaoh Coffin, who is against granting of statehood to California while Trumbo holds the opposite view.   

Role:
Jonathan Trumbo
Starring:
Barbara Stanwyck, Barry Fitzgerald, George Coulouris, Albert Dekker
Directed By:
89. We're Not Dressing (1934)
10
2
We're Not Dressing
10
2

Wealthy and spoiled socialite Doris Worthington is being courted by two princes Michael and Alexander, while having a yacht trip. When the yacht capsizes all of the rich spoiled aristocrats take refuge in a tropical island. They are forced to depend on sailor Stephen Jones who Doris dislikes but secretly loves. 

Starring:
Ethel Merman, Bing Crosby, Carole Lombard, Gracie Allen, George Burns
Directed By:
Norman Taurog
90. Lady in the Dark (1944)
11
2
Lady in the Dark
11
2

Liza Elliot is the editor of a successful magazine, but she is unable to find the man of her dreams. She also suffers from continuous daydreams and headaches, and therefore decides to seek help from a psychiatrist to find out why.  

Role:
Charley Johnson
Starring:
Ginger Rogers, Warner Baxter, Jon Hall, Barry Sullivan
Directed By:
Mitchell Leisen
91. Are Husbands Necessary? (1942)
11
2
Are Husbands Necessary?
11
2
Role:
George Cugat
Starring:
Eugene Pallette, Cecil Kellaway, Betty Field, Patricia Morison
Directed By:
Norman Taurog
92. Bulldog Drummond Escapes (1937)
11
2
Bulldog Drummond Escapes
11
2
Role:
Captain Hugh C. 'Bulldog' Drummond'
Starring:
Reginald Denny, Guy Standing, Heather Angel, Porter Hall
Directed By:
James P. Hogan
93. The Pajama Girl Case (1977)
9
2
The Pajama Girl Case
9
2

Two parallel narratives can be seen in the movie, also known as La ragazza dal pigiama giallo. The first tells the story of retired inspector, Thomson, investigating the murder of a girl whose severely burned body is found on a Sydney beach. The second tells the story of Dutch girl Glenda who is cheating on her Italian partner. 

Role:
Inspector Thompson
Starring:
Mel Ferrer, Howard Ross, Dalila Di Lazzaro, Michele Placido
Directed By:
Flavio Mogherini
94. Strangers May Kiss (1931)
9
2
Strangers May Kiss
9
2

An adaptation of Ursula Parrott’s synonymous book, the film tells the story of Lisbeth, who believes that freedom is an essential part of love and marriage. Despite having a loyal fiancée in Steve, she enters into a steamy relationship with Alan, a journalist. But when she hears that he is married and is going abroad, she begins to react differently. 

Starring:
Norma Shearer, Irene Rich, Neil Hamilton, Robert Montgomery
Directed By:
George Fitzmaurice
95. The Big Broadcast of 1937 (1936)
9
2
The Big Broadcast of 1937
9
2

The Big Broadcast of 1937 is a musical comedy film which revolves around a failing radio station which needs to put on a ratings winner in order to have any chance of continued operation.

Starring:
Jack Benny, Gracie Allen, George Burns, Bob Burns
Directed By:
Mitchell Leisen
96. Bugles in the Afternoon (1952)
12
2
Bugles in the Afternoon
12
2

Court martialed for attacking his fellow officer Lt. Edward Garnett, Captain Kern Shafter re-joins army regiment at Dakota, only to find the old foe Garnett as the commanding officer. Garnett assigns Shafter to risky jobs into dangerous territories, but Shafter survives. As they both fall for the same girl the bitterness worsens, and comes to a head at the Battle of the Little Big Horn. 

Role:
Kern Shafter
Starring:
George Reeves, Barton MacLane, Forrest Tucker, Hugh Marlowe
Directed By:
Roy Rowland
97. Everything Happens at Night (1939)
9
2
Everything Happens at Night
9
2
Role:
Geoffrey Thompson
Starring:
Robert Cummings, Leonid Kinskey, Sonja Henie, Maurice Moscovitch
Directed By:
Irving Cummings
98. The Well-Groomed Bride (1946)
9
2
The Well-Groomed Bride
9
2
Role:
Lt. Dudley Briggs
Starring:
Olivia de Havilland, James Gleason, Constance Dowling, Sonny Tufts
Directed By:
Sidney Lanfield
99. The House in Nightmare Park (1973)
9
2
The House in Nightmare Park
PG
9
2
Role:
Stewart Henderson
Starring:
Kenneth Griffith, John Bennett, Frankie Howerd, Hugh Burden
Directed By:
Peter Sykes
100. Jamaica Run (1953)
9
2
Jamaica Run
9
2
Role:
Patrick Fairlie
Starring:
Patric Knowles, Wendell Corey, Arlene Dahl, Kasey Rogers
Directed By:
Lewis R. Foster
101. Menace (1934)
9
2
Menace
9
2
Role:
Freddie Bastion (as Raymond Milland)
Starring:
John Lodge, Paul Cavanagh, Henrietta Crosman, Gertrude Michael
Directed By:
Ralph Murphy
102. Lisbon (1956)
10
2
Lisbon
10
2

A smuggler is hired to kidnap a wealthy man who is married to an American woman who has just arrived in Lisbon, in Portugal.

Role:
Capt. Robert John Evans
Starring:
Francis Lederer, Claude Rains, Maureen O'Hara, Yvonne Furneaux
Directed By:
Ray Milland
103. The Safecracker (1958)
9
3
The Safecracker
9
3

Expert safecracker Colley Dawson is sentenced to 10-year imprisonment. When WWII begins, Army Officer Adbury approaches Dawson with an offer of freedom in exchange for carrying out a dangerous mission for the army. Dawson has to break a difficult safe in Nazi-occupied chateau in Belgium to get names of German espionage operatives in England. After a commando training, Dawson is set to infiltrate the enemy-territory. 

Role:
Colley Dawson
Starring:
Barry Jones, Victor Maddern, Jeanette Sterke, Ernest Clark
Directed By:
Ray Milland
104. Let's Do It Again (1953)
9
2
Let's Do It Again
9
2

Gary Stuart’s wife is fed up of his womanizing ways. Therefore, in order to make him jealous, she begins an extra-marital affair of her own. When Gary finds about this, they decide to divorce.

Role:
Gary Stuart
Starring:
Jane Wyman, Leon Ames, Dick Haymes, Aldo Ray
Directed By:
Alexander Hall
105. The Student Connection (1974)
9
2
The Student Connection
PG
9
2
Role:
Dr. Roger Melli
Starring:
Sylva Koscina, Franco Giacobini, Ramiro Oliveros, Charly Bravo
Directed By:
Rafael Romero Marchent
106. Untamed (1940)
9
2
Untamed
9
2
Role:
Dr. William Crawford
Starring:
William Frawley, Jane Darwell, Akim Tamiroff, Patricia Morison
Directed By:
George Archainbaud
107. The Attic (1980)
9
2
The Attic
PG
9
2

After her fiance, Robert, disappears on the night before her wedding, Louise, a librarian starts spending the rest of her life taking care of her old and abusive father who is wheelchair-ridden. She soon sinks further and further into insanity, believing her delusions to be real.

Role:
Wendell
Starring:
Carrie Snodgress, Rosemary Murphy, Ruth Cox, Frances Bay
Directed By:
George Edwards, Gary Graver
108. -But the Flesh Is Weak (1932)
9
2
-But the Flesh Is Weak
9
2

Tony Giant is a pimp who preys on provincial women who come to London in search of work. He spots Marissa, one such girl, and offers her a job in a nightclub named the Golden Bucket. Being innocent, she doesn’t realize that the club is a front for prostitution. Upon realizing, she tries to escape from but Giani and his brother sets her up, and gets her arrested by the police. She soon meets investigative journalist Lloyd Buxton, who might be able to help her.

Starring:
C. Aubrey Smith, Edward Everett Horton, Robert Montgomery, Nora Gregor
Directed By:
Jack Conway
109. Gold (1974)
9
2
Gold
PG
9
2
Role:
Hurry H. 'Pops' Hirschfeld
Starring:
Roger Moore, John Gielgud, Bradford Dillman, Susannah York
Directed By:
Peter R. Hunt
110. The Uncanny (1977)
9
2
The Uncanny
9
2

The film is an anthology of three cat horror tales as told by horror writer Wilbur Gray, who genuinely believe that cats are supernatural creatures, who are capable of calling the shots. While two stories depict cats taking revenge on the murder of their mistresses, the third tale relates how a little girl use witchcraft to avenge her cat.  

Role:
Frank Richards
Starring:
Donald Pleasence, Roland Culver, Joan Greenwood, Peter Cushing
Directed By:
Denis Héroux
111. Tropic Holiday (1938)
9
2
Tropic Holiday
9
2
Role:
Ken Warren
Starring:
Bob Burns, Binnie Barnes, Martha Raye, Dorothy Lamour
Directed By:
Theodore Reed
112. High Flight (1957)
9
2
High Flight
9
2

High Flight is a war drama film which revolves around Granite Rudge, an instructor who teaches at an RAF Training School. He is dealing with a difficult cadet named Tony Winchester, whose behavior is reckless. However, Tony reminds Rudge of his young days during the Second World War, when Tony’s father used to be his commanding officer, and it was due to his rebellious behavior, that his father had to die to protect Rudge.

Role:
Wing Commander Rudge
Starring:
Anthony Newley, Bernard Lee, Kenneth Haigh, Kenneth Fortescue
Directed By:
John Gilling
113. Wings Over Honolulu (1937)
8
2
Wings Over Honolulu
8
2
Role:
Lt. Samuel Gilchrist
Starring:
William Gargan, Wendy Barrie, Kent Taylor, Polly Rowles
Directed By:
H.C. Potter
114. The Big Game (1973)
8
2
The Big Game
8
2
Role:
Prof. Pete Handley
Starring:
Cameron Mitchell, Stephen Boyd, France Nuyen, Brendon Boone
Directed By:
Robert Day
115. Orders Is Orders (1934)
8
2
Orders Is Orders
8
2
Starring:
Cyril Maude, James Gleason, Charlotte Greenwood, Percy Parsons
Directed By:
Walter Forde
116. Embassy (1972)
8
2
Embassy
PG
8
2

Disguised as an Air Force colonel, a Soviet spy creeps in the U.S Embassy in Beirut to murder a Russian defector, who is taking refuge at the embassy.

Role:
Ambassador
Starring:
Max von Sydow, Broderick Crawford, Chuck Connors, Marie-José Nat
Directed By:
Gordon Hessler
117. The Swiss Conspiracy (1976)
8
3
The Swiss Conspiracy
PG
8
3

A former official working for the US Justice Department is hired as a security consultant for a Swiss bank when multiple of the bank’s clients become part of a blackmail scheme. 

Role:
Johann Hurtil
Starring:
John Ireland, David Janssen, John Saxon, Senta Berger
Directed By:
Jack Arnold
118. Blackout (1978)
8
2
Blackout
R
8
2

Blackout is an action thriller film, which takes us to New York in 1977. When an electric blackout takes place, three escaped killers begin terrorizing the residents of a dark apartment building.  

Starring:
Robert Carradine, Jean-Pierre Aumont, June Allyson, James Mitchum, Belinda Montgomery
Directed By:
Eddy Matalon
119. Slavers (1978)
7
1
Slavers
R
7
1

During the late 19th century, as the slave trade is dwindling, two slave traders find themselves in conflict with each other.

Role:
Hassan
Starring:
Britt Ekland, Trevor Howard, Ron Ely, Jürgen Goslar
Directed By:
Jürgen Goslar
120. The Confession (1964)
7
1
The Confession
GP
7
1

A master thief is on the lookout for an ancient legendary buried treasure. He is soon aided in his mission by Ginger Rogers, a woman who owns a bordello.  

Role:
Mario Forni
Starring:
Barbara Eden, Ginger Rogers, Elliott Gould, Carl Schell
Directed By:
William Dieterle
121. Spree (1979)
7
1
Spree
R
7
1

A group of teenagers drive out into the desert to have a good time. However, their van breaks down, and they are forced to look for help. They soon find a group of prospectors who welcome them, and offer them a place to stay, but it soon seems that the prospectors may have ill motives.

Role:
Professor
Starring:
Peter Graves, Vincent Van Patten, Cosie Costa, Robert Weaver
Directed By:
Larry Spiegel
122. Oliver's Story (1978)
7
1
Oliver's Story
PG
7
1

The film is a sequel to Love Story, a popular 1970 romantic drama film.  Jenny, wife of Oliver Barrett IV, has died of leukemia, leaving him mentally devastated. Trying to lose himself in his work does not help; instead it alienates him from those around him. At this juncture, he meets Marcie Bonwit, a wealthy and beautiful heiress and falls in love. But Jenny’s memory continues haunt him. 

Starring:
Swoosie Kurtz, Ryan O'Neal, Benson Fong, Edward Binns, Candice Bergen
Directed By:
John Korty
123. Terror in the Wax Museum (1973)
8
1
Terror in the Wax Museum
PG
8
1

This horror mystery film takes us to the late 19th century. Someone has been killing the guests in the London wax museum of Claude Dupree, which is known for its collection of famous figures.  When the owner of the museum is killed, his niece decides to continue their family business, and the museum also attracts a police investigator soon. 

Role:
Harry Flexner
Starring:
John Carradine, Elsa Lanchester, Broderick Crawford, Maurice Evans, Mark Edwards
Directed By:
Georg Fenady
124. Game for Vultures (1979)
7
1
Game for Vultures
R
7
1

Game of Vultures is an action war drama film which revolves around a South African arms businessman who delivers illegal German helicopters to Rhodesia, supplied through the black market. Things take a turn when a guerilla fighter named Gideon Marunga comes to know about this.

Role:
Col. Noel Brettle
Starring:
Richard Harris, Joan Collins, Denholm Elliott, Richard Roundtree
Directed By:
James Fargo
125. Frogs (1972)
7
1
Frogs
PG
7
1
Role:
Jason Crockett
Starring:
Sam Elliott, Joan Van Ark, Adam Roarke, Judy Pace
Directed By:
George McCowan
126. The Thing with Two Heads (1972)
7
1
The Thing with Two Heads
PG
7
1
Role:
Maxwell Kirshner
Starring:
Rosey Grier, Roger Perry, Don Marshall, Roosevelt Grier, Chelsea Brown
Directed By:
Lee Frost
127. The Sea Serpent (1985)
5
1
The Sea Serpent
5
1
Role:
Professor Timothy Wallace
Starring:
Timothy Bottoms, Gérard Tichy, Jared Martin, Taryn Power
Directed By:
Amando de Ossorio

TV Movie(s)

1. Daughter of the Mind (1969)
11
2
Daughter of the Mind
11
2
Role:
Professor Samuel Hale Constable
Starring:
Ed Asner, John Carradine, Gene Tierney, Don Murray, Edward Asner
Directed By:
Walter Grauman
2. Sherlock Holmes and the Masks of Death (1984)
10
2
Sherlock Holmes and the Masks of Death
10
2
Role:
Home Secretary
Starring:
Sir John Mills, Anne Baxter, John Mills, Peter Cushing, Anton Diffring
Directed By:
Roy Ward Baker
3. The Royal Romance of Charles and Diana (1982)
10
2
The Royal Romance of Charles and Diana
10
2
Role:
Mr. Griffiths
Starring:
Elisabeth Shue, Stewart Granger, Olivia de Havilland, Dana Wynter, Catherine Oxenberg
Directed By:
Peter Levin
4. Black Noon (1971)
9
2
Black Noon
9
2
Role:
Caleb Hobbs
Starring:
Leif Garrett, Gloria Grahame, Yvette Mimieux, Roy Thinnes
Directed By:
Bernard L. Kowalski
5. Our Family Business (1981)
9
2
Our Family Business
9
2
Starring:
Ted Danson, Vera Miles, Steve Peck, Deborah Carney, Christopher Mayer
Directed By:
Robert L. Collins
6. River of Gold (1971)
9
2
River of Gold
9
2
Role:
Evelyn Rose
Starring:
Suzanne Pleshette, Roger Davis, Dack Rambo, Melissa Newman
Directed By:
David Friedkin
7. Cave In! (1983)
9
2
Cave In!
9
2
Starring:
Leslie Nielsen, Susan Sullivan, Julie Sommars, Sheila Larken, Dennis Cole
Directed By:
Georg Fenady
8. Mayday at 40,000 Feet! (1976)
9
2
Mayday at 40,000 Feet!
9
2
Role:
Dr. Joseph Mannheim
Starring:
Broderick Crawford, David Janssen, Christopher George, Don Meredith
Directed By:
Robert Butler
9. The Dead Don't Die (1975)
9
2
The Dead Don't Die
9
2
Starring:
Joan Blondell, Ralph Meeker, Linda Cristal, George Hamilton
Directed By:
Curtis Harrington
10. Company of Killers (1971)
9
2
Company of Killers
G
9
2
Role:
George DeSalles
Starring:
Van Johnson, Clu Gulager, Brian Kelly, Fritz Weaver
Directed By:
Jerry Thorpe
11. Cruise Into Terror (1978)
8
2
Cruise Into Terror
8
2
Starring:
John Forsythe, Christopher George, Frank Converse, Dirk Benedict
Directed By:
Bruce Kessler
12. The Darker Side of Terror (1979)
8
2
The Darker Side of Terror
8
2
Role:
Prof. Meredith
Starring:
Adrienne Barbeau, David Sheiner, Robert Forster, John Lehne
Directed By:
Gus Trikonis
13. Starflight: The Plane That Couldn't Land (1983)
8
2
Starflight: The Plane That Couldn't Land
8
2
Role:
Q. T. Thornwell
Starring:
Kirk Cameron, Lauren Hutton, Lee Majors, Robert Englund, Hal Linden, George DiCenzo
Directed By:
Jerry Jameson
14. Look What's Happened to Rosemary's Baby (1976)
5
1
Look What's Happened to Rosemary's Baby
5
1
Starring:
Tina Louise, Broderick Crawford, Ruth Gordon, Patty Duke
Directed By:
Sam O'Steen

TV Shows and Videos

Suspicion (1957)
Suspicion
Starring:
Jessica Tandy, Agnes Moorehead, Charles Bronson, Harry Dean Stanton, George Peppard, Warren Beatty, Donna Reed
Directed By:
Don Medford, James Neilson, Robert Stevens, John Brahm, Jack Smight
Testimony of Two Men (1977)
Testimony of Two Men
Starring:
Tom Bosley, William Shatner, Stephen Manley
Directed By:
Leo Penn, Larry Yust
Markham (1959)
Markham
Role:
Roy Markham (59 episodes, 1959-1960)
Starring:
Marion Ross, Louise Fletcher, Gena Rowlands, John Banner, Barney Phillips, Gail Bonney, Henry Corden
The Alfred Hitchcock Hour (1962)
The Alfred Hitchcock Hour
Starring:
Katharine Ross, Peter Falk, Christopher Lee, Edd Byrnes, Julie London, Richard Dawson, Dina Merrill
Directed By:
Alfred Hitchcock, Alf Kjellin, Joseph M. Newman, Bernard Girard, John Brahm
Ellery Queen (1975)
Ellery Queen
Starring:
Larry Hagman, Ray Walston, Bob Crane, Betty White, Dick Van Patten, Vincent Price, Don Ameche
Directed By:
Peter H. Hunt, Seymour Robbie, Ernest Pintoff, Jack Arnold, James Sheldon
Schlitz Playhouse of Stars (1951)
Schlitz Playhouse of Stars
Starring:
Burt Reynolds, Janet Leigh, Mary Tyler Moore, James Dean, Lee Marvin, Mickey Rooney, David Niven
Directed By:
Roy Kellino, Jus Addiss, Robert Florey, John Brahm, Ted Post
The Ford Television Theatre (1952)
The Ford Television Theatre
Starring:
Natalie Wood, Zsa Zsa Gabor, Shelley Winters, Jackie Cooper, Jeanne Crain, Jack Lemmon, Rita Moreno
Directed By:
James Neilson, Ted Post, Anton Leader, Fred F. Sears, Arnold Laven
Thriller (1960)
Thriller
Starring:
Elizabeth Montgomery, Joyce Bulifant, Ursula Andress, Richard Chamberlain, Werner Klemperer, Bruce Dern, Cloris Leachman
Directed By:
John Newland, Herschel Daugherty, Gerald Mayer, Paul Henreid, John Brahm
The Ray Milland Show (1953)
The Ray Milland Show
Role:
Prof. Ray McNulty (77 episodes, 1953-1955)
Starring:
Carolyn Jones, Miriam Hopkins, Gordon Jones, Minerva Urecal, June Foray
Columbo (1971)
Columbo
Starring:
Martin Landau, Jeff Goldblum, Katey Sagal, Sorrell Booke, Kim Cattrall, Ian McShane, Louis Jourdan
Directed By:
Vincent McEveety, James Frawley, Patrick McGoohan, Bernard L. Kowalski, Harvey Hart
Kraft Mystery Theater (1959)
Kraft Mystery Theater
Starring:
Maximilian Schell, Rod Taylor, Jayne Mansfield, Adam West, Dudley Moore, George Harris Kennedy, Jr, Charlton Heston
Directed By:
Robert Altman, Richard Kinon, Jerry Thorpe, Peter Graham Scott, David Lowell Rich
Night Gallery (1969)
Night Gallery
TV-PG
Starring:
Buddy Ebsen, Carl Reiner, David Carradine, Geraldine Page, Randy Quaid, Mel Blanc, David McCallum
Directed By:
Jeannot Szwarc, Jeff Corey, Gene R. Kearney, Jerrold Freedman, John Badham
The Name of the Game (1968)
The Name of the Game
Starring:
Tom Skerritt, O. J. Simpson, James Whitmore, Claudine Longet, Hal Holbrook, Donald Sutherland, Ossie Davis
Directed By:
Steven Spielberg, Barry Shear, Nicholas Colasanto, Seymour Robbie, John Llewellyn Moxey
Rich Man, Poor Man - Book II (1976)
Rich Man, Poor Man - Book II
Starring:
Sorrell Booke, William Smith, Susan Sullivan, Peter Strauss
The Dick Powell Show (1961)
The Dick Powell Show
Starring:
Telly Savalas, Kurt Russell, Henry Fonda, Robert Redford, Milton Berle, Keenan Wynn, Eli Wallach
Directed By:
Bernard L. Kowalski, Don Taylor, David Friedkin, Marc Daniels, Buzz Kulik
The Hardy Boys/Nancy Drew Mysteries (1977)
The Hardy Boys/Nancy Drew Mysteries
Starring:
Mark Harmon, Valerie Bertinelli, Shaun Cassidy, Jamie Lee Curtis, Melanie Griffith, Dina Merrill, Lorne Greene
Directed By:
Christian I. Nyby II, Ron Satlof, Michael Caffey, Vince Edwards, Jack Arnold
Bracken's World (1969)
Bracken's World
Starring:
Lee Grant, Sally Field, Martin Sheen, Cliff Robertson, Tom Selleck, Eleanor Parker, George Takei
Directed By:
Allen Reisner, Lee Philips, Robert Day, Charles S. Dubin, Herschel Daugherty
Screen Directors Playhouse (1955)
Screen Directors Playhouse
Starring:
Peter Lorre, Sal Mineo, Jerry Mathers, Angela Lansbury, Walter Brennan, Rory Calhoun, Dennis Hopper
Directed By:
Frank Borzage, Tay Garnett, John Brahm, George Waggner, Leo McCarey
Alcoa Premiere (1961)
Alcoa Premiere
Starring:
Claude Akins, Fred Astaire, Jane Wyatt, Patrick Wayne, Cliff Robertson, Cloris Leachman, Elizabeth Montgomery
Directed By:
John Newland, James Sheldon, Alan Crosland Jr., Herschel Daugherty, Bernard Girard
Goodyear Theatre (1957)
Goodyear Theatre
Starring:
Elaine Stritch, Charles Boyer, Elinor Donahue, Michael Landon, Edward G. Robinson, James Mason, Errol Flynn
Directed By:
Robert Florey, Robert Ellis Miller, Arthur Hiller, Tay Garnett, Don Taylor
Battlestar Galactica (1978)
Battlestar Galactica
Starring:
Jane Seymour, Lorne Greene, Fred Astaire, Ed Begley Jr., Lloyd Bridges, Britt Ekland, Richard Hatch
Directed By:
Alan J. Levi, Christian I. Nyby II, Daniel Haller, Vince Edwards, Rod Holcomb
Cool Million (1972)
Cool Million
Role:
Neil Fitzsimmons (1 episode, 1972)
Starring:
John Vernon, James Farentino, Kim Darby, Barbara Bouchet
Decision (1958)
Decision
Starring:
Rod Steiger, Barbara Bel Geddes, Harry Dean Stanton, James Whitmore, Dennis Hopper, Michael Rennie, Mark Stevens
The Dream Merchants (1980)
The Dream Merchants
Starring:
Carolyn Jones, Mark Harmon, Morgan Fairchild, Vincent Gardenia, Robert Picardo, Brianne Leary
Directed By:
Vincent Sherman
Hart to Hart (1979)
Hart to Hart
Starring:
Lois Chiles, Jerry Stiller, Amanda Blake, Florence Henderson, Capucine, Tippi Hedren, Mimi Rogers
Directed By:
Tom Mankiewicz, Earl Bellamy, Harry Winer, Paul Krasny, Ralph Senensky
Seventh Avenue (1977)
Seventh Avenue
Starring:
Paul Sorvino, Jane Seymour, Eli Wallach, Alan King, Kristoffer Tabori, Jack Gilford
Directed By:
Russ Mayberry, Richard Irving
Fantasy Island (1977)
Fantasy Island
Starring:
Cassandra Peterson, Dorothy McGuire, Michelle Pfeiffer, Eve Plumb, Heather Locklear, Mako Iwamatsu, Dawn Wells
Directed By:
Cliff Bole, Don Weis, Earl Bellamy, George McCowan, Philip Leacock
Charlie's Angels (1976)
Charlie's Angels
Starring:
Robert Reed, Kim Basinger, Melody Thomas Scott, Craig T. Nelson, Timothy Dalton, Eric Braeden, Bert Convy
Directed By:
Dennis Donnelly, Allen Baron, Don Chaffey, George McCowan, Georg Stanford Brown
The Bob Hope Show (1952)
The Bob Hope Show
Starring:
Dean Martin, Danny Thomas, Veronica Cartwright, Nipsey Russell, Ingrid Bergman, Carol Burnett, Jack Benny
Directed By:
Jack Shea, Dick McDonough, Jim Jordan, Bill Ward
The Love Boat (1977)
The Love Boat
TV-G
Starring:
Charles Nelson Reilly, David Cassidy, Melissa Gilbert, Sherman Hemsley, Lillian Gish, Vanessa Lynn Williams, John Ratzenberger
Directed By:
Richard Kinon, Roger Duchowny, Robert Scheerer, Allen Baron, Ted Lange
General Electric Theater (1953)
General Electric Theater
Starring:
Bea Benaderet, Ron Howard, Peggy Lee, James Coburn, James Franciscus, Steve Allen, Diahann Carroll
Directed By:
Herschel Daugherty, Don Medford, James Neilson, Jules Bricken, Mitchell Leisen
The DuPont Show of the Week (1961)
The DuPont Show of the Week
Starring:
Gene Wilder, Walter Matthau, Greer Garson, Lauren Bacall, Ron Leibman, Gene Hackman, Art Carney
Directed By:
Franklin J. Schaffner, Jack Smight, Fielder Cook, James Elson, Fred Freed
The Gold Key (1985)
The Gold Key
Role:
Carl Bruhn
Starring:
Jack Curtis Miller, Git Gettings, Rose Anne Pontillo, Amy Rambow
Directed By:
Richard G. Kutok

Ray Milland Awards

Academy Awards
The Lost Weekend Best Actor in a Leading Role 1946
Golden Globe Awards
The Lost Weekend Best Actor 1946