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List of Richard Attenborough Movies: Ranked Best To Worst

1. Jurassic Park (1993)
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36
Jurassic Park
PG-13
167
36

Dr Alan Grant and Dr. Ellie Sattler are amongst the group of expert invited by John Hammond to visit his theme park where cloned dinosaurs are the highlight. However, the tour goes wrong when a storms sets in and an employee shuts down the power leaving the man eating dinosaurs to roam around freely. Alan has to ensure a safe return for himself and Hammond’s two grandchildren.

Role:
Hammond
Directed By:
2. The Great Escape (1963)
49
11
The Great Escape
49
11

Frustrated with escape attempts, the German army moves a large group of Allied prisoners of war to a high-security POW camp. The film portrays a fictional account of how over 200 prisoners, led by RAF Squadron Leader Roger Bartlett, dug a deep, long tunnel to execute an even greater mass escape plan to further harass the enemy.

Role:
Bartlett 'Big X'
Directed By:
John Sturges
3. A Matter of Life and Death (1946)
12
3
A Matter of Life and Death
12
3

Peter is an aircraft pilot serving in the Royal Air Force during the Second World War. After his plane crashes, he appeals to the divine to give a second chance at life, so that he doesn’t have to leave the love of his life behind.

Role:
An English Pilot
Starring:
David Niven, Lois Maxwell, Kim Hunter, Robert Coote, Kathleen Byron
Directed By:
Michael Powell, Emeric Pressburger
5. The Sand Pebbles (1966)
10
3
The Sand Pebbles
10
3

The Sand Pebbles is a war adventure film which revolves around Jake Holman, an American naval engineer in a war-torn China, whose life turns upside down when he is framed for the murder of a friend. He needs to not only prove his innocence, but also save the lives of a few American missionaries.

Role:
Frenchy Burgoyne
Starring:
Gavin MacLeod, Gus Trikonis, Mako Iwamatsu, Steven McQueen, Candice Bergen, Steve McQueen, Richard Crenna
Directed By:
Robert Wise
Awards:
Golden Globe Award for Best Supporting Actor
6. Seance on a Wet Afternoon (1964)
9
3
Seance on a Wet Afternoon
9
3
Starring:
Kim Stanley, Marie Burke, Margaret Lacey, Maria Kazan
Directed By:
Bryan Forbes
Awards:
BAFTA Award for Best British Actor
7. The Flight of the Phoenix (1965)
11
4
The Flight of the Phoenix
11
4

The Flight of the Phoenix is a survival drama film which is based on a novel of the same name. It revolves around a small group of men who try to survive, after their aircraft is forced to land in the Sahara Desert. Things take a turn when one of the survivors says that he can build a new airplane from the wreckage.

Role:
Lew Moran
Directed By:
Robert Aldrich
8. 10 Rillington Place (1971)
9
3
10 Rillington Place
PG
9
3
Role:
Christie
Starring:
John Hurt, Judy Geeson, Pat Heywood, Isobel Black
Directed By:
Richard Fleischer
10. Elizabeth (1998)
23
8
Elizabeth
R
23
8

After the death of Catholic Queen Mary, in 1558, her Protestant half-sister Elizabeth becomes the Queen of England. But the country is in debt, under attack from Mary of Guise, and her court is full of treacherous novels. Elizabeth must rise to become ‘the virgin Queen’ with the help of Francis Walsingham. 

Role:
Sir William Cecil
Starring:
Cate Blanchett, Joseph Fiennes, Daniel Craig, Vincent Cassel, John Gielgud, Geoffrey Rush, Christopher Eccleston
Directed By:
Shekhar Kapur
11. The Angry Silence (1960)
8
3
The Angry Silence
TV-14
8
3

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:
Tom Curtis
Starring:
Pier Angeli, Oliver Reed, Bernard Lee, Alfred Burke
Directed By:
Guy Green
12. Brighton Rock (1947)
8
3
Brighton Rock
8
3
Role:
Pinkie Brown
Starring:
Hermione Baddeley, William Hartnell, Harcourt Williams, Wylie Watson
Directed By:
John Boulting
13. The League of Gentlemen (1960)
8
3
The League of Gentlemen
8
3

Hyde is a former military officer who makes up his mind to rob a bank. For this plan, he recruits several ex-army men. Although he has planned the robbery extremely well, he is not entirely sure he will be able to carry it out.

Role:
Edward Lexy
Starring:
Bryan Forbes, Jack Hawkins, Oliver Reed, Kieron Moore
Directed By:
Basil Dearden
14. I'm All Right Jack (1959)
8
3
I'm All Right Jack
8
3
Role:
Sidney De Vere Cox
Starring:
Peter Sellers, Dennis Price, Terry-Thomas, Ian Carmichael
Directed By:
John Boulting
15. Guns at Batasi (1964)
8
3
Guns at Batasi
8
3
Role:
Regimental Sgt. Major Lauderdale
Starring:
Mia Farrow, Jack Hawkins, Flora Robson, John Leyton
Directed By:
John Guillermin
Awards:
BAFTA Award for Best British Actor
16. The Magic Box (1951)
7
3
The Magic Box
7
3

This biographical drama captures the life of British inventor, William Friese-Greene, as he tirelessly works to successfully project moving images to create the world's first motion picture camera. His obsession with his work bankrupts him, damages his health, and ruins his personal relationships, while greedy businessmen of the film industry fail to recognize the novelty of his creation.

Role:
Jack Carter
Starring:
Robert Donat, Laurence Olivier, Edward Chapman, Renée Asherson, Robert Beatty
Directed By:
John Boulting
17. All Night Long (1962)
7
3
All Night Long
7
3
Role:
Rod Hamilton
Starring:
Patrick McGoohan, Keith Michell, Betsy Blair, Paul Harris
Directed By:
Basil Dearden
18. Morning Departure (1950)
7
3
Morning Departure
7
3

Morning Departure is a historical war drama film which takes us to the time of end of the Second World War. The film revolves around a Royal Navy submarine on routine patrol, which detonates a mine, leading to an explosion, which sinks the submarine. Most of the crew is killed, but the remaining ones try their best to stay alive.

Role:
Stoker George Snipe
Starring:
Sir John Mills, John Mills, James Hayter, Nigel Patrick, Andrew Crawford
Directed By:
Roy Ward Baker
19. Dunkirk (1958)
8
3
Dunkirk
8
3
Role:
John Holden
Starring:
Sir John Mills, John Mills, Bernard Lee, Robert Urquhart, Ray Jackson
Directed By:
Leslie Norman
20. The Guinea Pig (1948)
7
3
The Guinea Pig
7
3

Set against the backdrop of the aftermath of the Second World War, The Guinea Pig is about a teenager who finds it difficult to adjust to the English public school system. After winning a scholarship to Saintbury, he attempts to bring boys from different social classes together. The film was released as The Outsider in the U.S. 

Role:
Jack Read
Starring:
Anthony Newley, Bernard Miles, Robert Flemyng, Sheila Sim, Cecil Trouncer
Directed By:
Roy Boulting
21. London Belongs to Me (1948)
7
3
London Belongs to Me
7
3
Role:
Percy Boon
Starring:
Alastair Sim, Fay Compton, Stephen Murray, Wylie Watson
Directed By:
Sidney Gilliat
22. Danger Within (1959)
6
3
Danger Within
6
3

Danger Within is a war drama film, which takes us to 1943, during the time of the Second World War. It tells the story of a Prisoner-of-War camp, where a lot of failed escape attempts are made. Eventually a few British officers plan a dramatic mass escape.  

Role:
Capt. 'Bunter' Phillips
Starring:
Richard Todd, Michael Caine, Donald Houston, Bernard Lee
Directed By:
Don Chaffey
23. Sea of Sand (1958)
6
3
Sea of Sand
6
3
Role:
Brody
Starring:
Michael Craig, John Gregson, Percy Herbert, Vincent Ball
Directed By:
Guy Green
24. The Ship That Died of Shame (1955)
6
3
The Ship That Died of Shame
6
3
Role:
George Hoskins
Starring:
George Baker, Virginia McKenna, Roland Culver, Bill Owen
Directed By:
Basil Dearden
25. Eight O'Clock Walk (1954)
6
3
Eight O'Clock Walk
6
3
Role:
Tom Manning
Starring:
Maurice Denham, Ian Hunter, Cathy O'Donnell, Derek Farr
Directed By:
Lance Comfort
26. Only Two Can Play (1962)
6
3
Only Two Can Play
6
3

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.

Starring:
Peter Sellers, Mai Zetterling, Raymond Huntley, Virginia Maskell
Directed By:
Sidney Gilliat
27. The Scamp (1957)
6
3
The Scamp
6
3
Role:
Stephen Leigh
Starring:
Dorothy Alison, Terence Morgan, Colin Petersen, Jill Adams
Directed By:
Wolf Rilla
28. The Lost World: Jurassic Park (1997)
60
32
The Lost World: Jurassic Park
PG-13
60
32

A research team comprising Dr Ian Malcolm and Sarah Harding arrives at Isla Sorna to study the dinosaurs in their natural environment. There is another team from InGen that wants to take dinosaurs to mainland San Diego. When the dinosaurs wreak havoc and the situation becomes dangerous, the two team are forced to work together to survive.

Role:
John Hammond
Starring:
Vince Vaughn, Camilla Belle, Julianne Moore, Eli Roth, Peter Stormare, Steven Spielberg, Jeff Goldblum
Directed By:
29. Private's Progress (1956)
6
3
Private's Progress
6
3

Undergraduate British student Stanley Windrush is called up to the British army during World War II. Although he struggles through training and fails his officer exam, he becomes a prized Japanese interpreter. But then he unwittingly becomes part of a plan by his uncle, Brigadier Tracepurcel, and Private Cox to steal looted treasure from Nazis. 

Starring:
Christopher Lee, Ian Carmichael, Ronald Adam, Henry B. Longhurst, Peter Jones
Directed By:
John Boulting
30. Conduct Unbecoming (1975)
6
3
Conduct Unbecoming
PG
6
3

Set in around 1890, the story focuses on Lt. Drake and Lt. Millington arriving in India to join a British regiment. When at a mess dance, a respected widow accuses a drunken Millington of attacking her Drake becomes his defending officer.  Although pressured to plead guilty by his superiors, Drake does not believe Millington to be the culprit. 

Role:
Maj. Lionel E. Roach
Starring:
Michael York, Christopher Plummer, Trevor Howard, Stacy Keach
Directed By:
Michael Anderson
31. The Third Secret (1964)
6
3
The Third Secret
6
3

This American drama film revolves around the apparent suicide of a prominent psychologist in London. This causes huge disbelief among his colleagues and patients. His teenage daughter refuses to believe that it was suicide, since it would go against all the principles her father stood for. Therefore, she begins her own investigation. 

Role:
Alfred Price-Gorham
Starring:
Diane Cilento, Judi Dench, Jack Hawkins, Pamela Franklin, Stephen Boyd
Directed By:
Charles Crichton
32. Miracle on 34th Street (1994)
11
6
Miracle on 34th Street
PG
11
6

Dorey Walker, who is Cole’s Department Store’s special events director, decides to fire Tony Falacchi from being their Santa Claus after he gets drunk before taking part in the Thanksgiving Parade. He soon spots an elderly man whom he thinks will be a perfect Santa.

Role:
Kris Kringle
Starring:
Jane Leeves, Allison Janney, Joss Ackland, Jennifer Morrison, James Thomas Patrick Walsh, Dylan McDermott, James Remar
Directed By:
Les Mayfield
33. Jet Storm (1959)
6
3
Jet Storm
6
3

Ernest loses his daughter in a hit-and-run accident. He manages to track down the person responsible for the case, and boards the same flight, from London to New York. He plants a bomb in order to kill the man, although it will not just result in the death of the man but also the crew, the passengers, and himself.

Role:
Ernest Tilley
Starring:
Harry Secombe, Diane Cilento, Hermione Baddeley, Stanley Baker, Bernard Braden
Directed By:
Cy Endfield
34. School for Secrets (1946)
6
3
School for Secrets
6
3
Starring:
Ralph Richardson, David Tomlinson, Finlay Currie, John Laurie
Directed By:
Peter Ustinov
35. Dancing with Crime (1947)
6
3
Dancing with Crime
6
3

After the end of the Second World War, two soldiers Ted and Peters return to their home in Britain. While Ted becomes a taxi driver, Dave gets involved with the mob. When Dave gets in a fight with his boss over money, he is shot and killed. When Ted finds his body, he decides to take revenge for his friend’s death, and expose the criminal group and their leader.

Role:
Ted Peters
Starring:
Dirk Bogarde, Garry Marsh, Sheila Sim, Barry K. Barnes, John Warwick
Directed By:
John Paddy Carstairs
36. The Man Within (1947)
6
3
The Man Within
6
3
Role:
Francis Andrews
Starring:
Joan Greenwood, Michael Redgrave, Francis L. Sullivan, Jean Kent
Directed By:
Bernard Knowles
37. Brothers in Law (1957)
6
3
Brothers in Law
6
3

Brothers in Law is a British comedy drama film, which tells the story of Roger Thursby, who is just beginning his career as a barrister. He is full of ideals as well. However, his first important case involves defending a swindler.

Role:
Henry Marshall
Starring:
Nicholas Parsons, Ian Carmichael, Henry B. Longhurst, Edith Sharpe, Henry Hewitt
Directed By:
Roy Boulting
38. The Man Upstairs (1958)
6
3
The Man Upstairs
6
3
Role:
The Man Upstairs
Starring:
Donald Houston, Bernard Lee, Virginia Maskell, Dorothy Alison
Directed By:
Don Chaffey
39. Journey Together (1945)
6
3
Journey Together
6
3

When the Second World War begins, David Wilton and John Aynesworth join a group of cadets in England for military training. They are eventually sent to America, to be trained in air combat. However, they are soon separated when David is sent to Canada to attend navigator’s school, while John is sent off to Europe for combat.

Role:
David Wilton
Starring:
Rex Harrison, Edward G. Robinson, Stuart Latham, David Tomlinson, Hugh Wakefield
Directed By:
John Boulting
40. Gift Horse (1952)
6
3
Gift Horse
6
3

Eight years after his court martial, a Naval officer returns to the Royal Navy to fight for England during the Second World War. When he is put in command of a Royal Navy destroyer, he finds himself clashing with his new officers and the men. However, as they prepare for battle, they eventually forge a bond. 

Role:
Able Seaman 'Dripper' Daniels
Starring:
Trevor Howard, Bernard Lee, James Donald, Sonny Tufts
Directed By:
Compton Bennett
41. The Dock Brief (1962)
5
3
The Dock Brief
5
3

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:
the Accused Murderer Herbert Fowle
Starring:
Peter Sellers, David Lodge, Frank Pettingell, Beryl Reid
Directed By:
James Hill
42. SOS Pacific (1959)
5
3
SOS Pacific
5
3

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:
Whitey Mullen
Starring:
Pier Angeli, Eddie Constantine, John Gregson, Eva Bartok
Directed By:
Guy Green
43. Schweik's New Adventures (1943)
5
3
Schweik's New Adventures
5
3
Role:
Railway worker
Starring:
Lloyd Pearson, Maggie Rennie, Julien Mitchell, George Carney
Directed By:
Karel Lamac
44. The Human Factor (1979)
5
3
The Human Factor
R
5
3

The adaptation of Graham Greene’s novel ‘The Human Factor’, follows mid-level MI6 bureaucrat Maurice Castle, who unwittingly becomes a mole leaking information to the Soviets, while trying to get his African wife out of apartheid South Africa. Castle will be tested with the MI6 out to find and kill the mole. 

Role:
Colonel John Daintry
Starring:
Derek Jacobi, John Gielgud, Robert Morley, Joop Doderer
Directed By:
45. Boys in Brown (1949)
5
3
Boys in Brown
5
3

A young teen is arrested for driving the getaway car in a robbery. He is sentenced for three years in a reformatory, which is run by a sympathetic governor. However, he soon finds himself in a more complicated situation after he knocks out a man with a lamp.

Role:
Jackie Knowles
Starring:
Dirk Bogarde, Barbara Murray, Jack Warner, Jimmy Hanley
Directed By:
Montgomery Tully
46. Doctor Dolittle (1967)
6
4
Doctor Dolittle
6
4

Doctor Dolittle is a veterinary physician who can communicate with animals. His life takes a turn after he is put in an asylum for freeing a lovesick seal from captivity. However, with the help of his friends, he manages to escape, and he sets out in search of the giant sea snail, a legendary but elusive creature.

Role:
Albert Blossom
Starring:
Rex Harrison, Anthony Newley, Samantha Eggar, Peter Bull
Directed By:
Richard Fleischer
Awards:
Golden Globe Award for Best Supporting Actor
47. Brannigan (1975)
6
4
Brannigan
PG
6
4
Role:
Cmdr. Swann
Starring:
John Wayne, Mel Ferrer, John Vernon, Judy Geeson
Directed By:
Douglas Hickox
48. Only When I Larf (1968)
5
3
Only When I Larf
5
3
Role:
Silas
Starring:
David Hemmings, Alexandra Stewart, Melissa Stribling, Nicholas Pennell
Directed By:
Basil Dearden
49. Hell Is Sold Out (1951)
5
3
Hell Is Sold Out
5
3

A book by the name ‘Hell Is Sold Out’ is sent to publishers under the names of ‘Danges’, a well-known writer who has been presumed dead for a long time. The novel turns out to be a best-seller. Things get complicated when Dominic Danges, the real author, who is still alive, shows up.                                       

Role:
Pierre Bonnet
Starring:
Herbert Lom, Hermione Baddeley, Mai Zetterling, Nicholas Hannen
Directed By:
Michael Anderson
50. The Hundred Pound Window (1944)
5
3
The Hundred Pound Window
5
3
Role:
Tommy Draper
Starring:
Mary Clare, David Farrar, Frederick Leister, Anne Crawford
Directed By:
Brian Desmond Hurst
51. David Copperfield (1970)
5
3
David Copperfield
5
3
Role:
Mr. Tungay
Starring:
Corin Redgrave, Laurence Olivier, Cyril Cusack, Susan Hampshire, Edith Evans
Directed By:
Delbert Mann
52. The Magic Christian (1969)
5
4
The Magic Christian
PG
5
4
Role:
Oxford Coach
Starring:
Roman Polanski, John Cleese, Spike Milligan, Raquel Welch, Graham Chapman, Laurence Harvey, Yul Brynner
Directed By:
Joseph McGrath
53. The Bliss of Mrs. Blossom (1968)
5
3
The Bliss of Mrs. Blossom
5
3

The wife of a workaholic bra manufacturer seduces one of his employees after which she is forced to hide him in the attic. Though his plan was to sneak out at night, the employee is enchanted by his boss’s wife, and plans to settle in permanently.  

Role:
Robert Blossom
Starring:
Barry Humphries, Bob Monkhouse, John Cleese, Shirley MacLaine, Freddie Jones, James Booth
Directed By:
Joseph McGrath
54. Ein Unbekannter rechnet ab (1974)
5
4
Ein Unbekannter rechnet ab
PG
5
4
Role:
Judge Arthur Cannon
Starring:
Charles Aznavour, Orson Welles, Elke Sommer, Herbert Lom, Oliver Reed, Stéphane Audran
Directed By:
Peter Collinson
55. The Baby and the Battleship (1956)
4
3
The Baby and the Battleship
4
3

A sailor is tasked with taking care of an infant, but keeping it a secret from the other officers becomes difficult as well as tricky.

Role:
Knocker White
Starring:
Sir John Mills, Michael Hordern, Bryan Forbes, André Morell, John Mills
Directed By:
Jay Lewis
56. The Last Grenade (1970)
4
3
The Last Grenade
M
4
3
Role:
Gen. Charles Whiteley
Starring:
Alex Cord, Rafer Johnson, Stanley Baker, Honor Blackman
Directed By:
Gordon Flemyng
57. Loot (1970)
4
3
Loot
R
4
3

Hal, and his boyfriend, Denis, rob a bank and hide the loot in the coffin of Hal’s recently deceased mother, kept in his father’s hotel prior to final burial. Meanwhile, his mother’s nurse is planning to step into her shoe and is aggressively courting the widower. A stupid priest and a crooked cop enter the scene at this point, making it spicier. 

Role:
Inspector Truscott
Starring:
Lee Remick, Hywel Bennett, Milo O'Shea, Roy Holder
Directed By:
Silvio Narizzano
58. A Severed Head (1970)
4
3
A Severed Head
R
4
3

In London upper-class, wealthy wine-merchant Martin Lynch-Gibbon’s wife, Antonia, is in love with Martin’s best friend, psychiatrist Palmer Anderson, but both wish to continue being friends with Martin, who has a secret mistress, Georgie. Aware of this affair, Palmer’s sister Honor reveals it to Palmer and Antonia, while introducing Georgie to Martin’s brother Alexander. But it’s not the end of the relationships. 

Role:
Palmer Anderson
Starring:
Lee Remick, Ian Holm, Claire Bloom, Jennie Linden
Directed By:
Dick Clement
59. Rosebud (1975)
4
4
Rosebud
PG
4
4

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

Role:
Sloat
Starring:
David Cassidy, Peter O'Toole, Kim Cattrall, Isabelle Huppert, Cliff Gorman, Peter Lawford
Directed By:
60. Father's Doing Fine (1952)
4
3
Father's Doing Fine
4
3
Role:
Dougall
Starring:
Noel Purcell, Diane Hart, Heather Thatcher, George Thorpe
Directed By:
Henry Cass
61. Avenue of the Stars: 50 Years of ITV (2005)
8
3
Avenue of the Stars: 50 Years of ITV
8
3
Role:
Himself
Starring:
Frank Oz, Barry Humphries, Shirley Bassey, Cilla Black
62. The Lost People (1949)
6
3
The Lost People
6
3
Role:
Jan
Starring:
Herbert Lom, Mai Zetterling, Dennis Price, Siobhan McKenna, Maxwell Reed
Directed By:
Bernard Knowles, Muriel Box
63. Puckoon (2002)
5
3
Puckoon
5
3
Starring:
Griff Rhys Jones, Elliott Gould, John Lynch, Nickolas Grace
Directed By:
Terence Ryan
64. E=mc2 (1996)
4
3
E=mc2
R
4
3
Starring:
Jeremy Piven, James Villiers, James Faulkner, Kelli Williams
Directed By:
Benjamin Fry

Director

Gandhi (1982)
40
9
Gandhi
PG
40
9

Based on the life of Mahatma Gandhi, the movie begins in South Africa when a young Gandhi is thrown out of the train for travelling in the first class compartment despite having tickets for it. He begins a nonviolent protest campaign and later uses it in India’s fight for independence. 

Starring:
Ben Kingsley, Trevor Howard, Martin Sheen, John Gielgud, Sir John Mills, John Ratzenberger, Daniel Day-Lewis
Directed By:
Richard Attenborough
Awards:
Academy Award for Best Picture, Academy Award for Best Director, Golden Globe Award for Best Director - Motion Picture, BAFTA Award for Best Direction, BAFTA Award for Best Film
Chaplin (1992)
15
5
Chaplin
PG-13
15
5

It is the biopic of master of comedy, the genius filmmaker Charles Chaplin. The ageing legend talks to the editor of his autobiography about his life, starting from his modest childhood days in South London to his rise in the world of cinema. The film re-creates his tempestuous personal life, issues with authorities, exile from the US, and finally, an Oscar tribute. 

Starring:
Robert Downey Jr., Marisa Tomei, Kevin Kline, Diane Lane, Milla Jovovich, Geraldine Chaplin, David Duchovny
Directed By:
Richard Attenborough
A Bridge Too Far (1977)
14
5
A Bridge Too Far
PG
14
5

It is based on the events of ‘Operation Market Garden’ of September, 1944. In order to bring a quick end to the WWII, the allied forces decide to drop thousands of paratroopers to secure strategic bridges in Netherlands to obtain access into Germany. The main bridge was the one to Arnhem. But tough German resistance and faulty allied intelligence led to failure.

Starring:
Sean Connery, Michael Caine, Robert Redford, Anthony Hopkins, Gene Hackman, Maximilian Schell, Ryan O'Neal
Directed By:
Richard Attenborough
Shadowlands (1993)
10
3
Shadowlands
PG
10
3

Shadowlands is a biographical romantic drama film which chronicles the life of a world-renowned writer and Christian theologian CS Lewis. The film shows how his passionless life is changed after he meets Joy Davidman, an American poet.  

Starring:
Debra Winger, Anthony Hopkins, Julian Fellowes, Roddy Maude-Roxby, Michael Denison, Andrew Seear
Directed By:
Richard Attenborough
Awards:
BAFTA Award for
Cry Freedom (1987)
9
3
Cry Freedom
PG
9
3

A South African journalist attempts to investigate the death in custody of his friend, an activist. However, this eventually forces him to flee the country.  

Starring:
Denzel Washington, Kevin Kline, Josette Simon, Wabei Siyolwe, John Matshikiza, Juanita Waterman
Directed By:
Richard Attenborough
Oh! What a Lovely War (1969)
7
3
Oh! What a Lovely War
G
7
3
Starring:
Maggie Smith, Ian Holm, Jane Seymour, Corin Redgrave, Dirk Bogarde, Vanessa Redgrave, Laurence Olivier
Directed By:
Richard Attenborough
Magic (1978)
7
3
Magic
R
7
3

Corky is a failed magician who is preparing for a new ventriloquist act on a TV show with a dummy named Fats. Fearing that he won’t pass the required mental exam, he decides to run away to his hometown, where he meets a former high school sweetheart Peggy. Peggy is trapped in a loveless marriage, and Corky tries to convince her to leave her husband. However, Fats, who seems to have developed a mind of his own, doesn’t approve of their relationship.

Starring:
Ann-Margret, Anthony Hopkins, Burgess Meredith, Ed Lauter, E.J. André
Directed By:
Richard Attenborough
Young Winston (1972)
6
3
Young Winston
PG
6
3
Starring:
Anne Bancroft, Sir John Mills, Ian Holm, Anthony Hopkins, Jane Seymour, Simon Ward, Peter Cellier
Directed By:
Richard Attenborough
Closing the Ring (2007)
6
3
Closing the Ring
R
6
3
Starring:
Mischa Anne Marsden Barton, Shirley MacLaine, Neve Campbell, Stephen Amell, Christopher Plummer, Dylan Roberts, Gene Dinovi
Directed By:
Richard Attenborough
A Chorus Line (1985)
6
4
A Chorus Line
PG-13
6
4

Several aspirants take part in an audition hoping to become part of a musical. Meanwhile, the bitter director Zach judges dozens of dancers, as well as their performances. Eventually, sixteen of them remain, after the rest are all eliminated. But things get complicated because one of them is Cassie, a woman who once had a relationship with Zach.

Starring:
Michael Douglas, Jan Gan Boyd, Michael Blevins, Yamil Borges, Sharon Brown
Directed By:
Richard Attenborough
Grey Owl (1999)
5
3
Grey Owl
PG-13
5
3
Starring:
Pierce Brosnan, Stewart Bick, Vlasta Vrana, Annie Galipeau, Neil Kroetsch
Directed By:
Richard Attenborough
In Love and War (1996)
5
4
In Love and War
PG-13
5
4

In Love and War is a biographical war romantic drama film which tells the story of a young man Ernest Hemingway, who is working as an ambulance driver during the First World War in Italy. When he gets seriously wounded, he ends up in a hospital, where he meets a nurse named Agnes. The two soon develop an attraction for one another.

Starring:
Sandra Bullock, Alan Bennett, Mackenzie Astin, Chris O'Donnell, Margot Steinberg
Directed By:
Richard Attenborough

Narrator/Dubbing

The World About Us
9
2
The World About Us
9
2
Role:
 Self - Narrator 1 episode, 1984
Starring:
Derek Jones, Barry Paine, Alan Gibson
Directed By:
Jane Goodall, Barry Paine, Brian Branston, Richard Brock, Colin Luke

Animation Movies

Tom and Vicky
10
5
Tom and Vicky
10
5
Starring:
Rik Mayall, Damon D'Oliveira, Julie Lemieux
Directed By:
Martin Pullen

Special Appearance/Cameo

A Bridge Too Far (1977)
15
5
A Bridge Too Far
PG
15
5

It is based on the events of ‘Operation Market Garden’ of September, 1944. In order to bring a quick end to the WWII, the allied forces decide to drop thousands of paratroopers to secure strategic bridges in Netherlands to obtain access into Germany. The main bridge was the one to Arnhem. But tough German resistance and faulty allied intelligence led to failure.

Role:
Lunatic Wearing Glasses (uncredited)
Starring:
Sean Connery, Michael Caine, Robert Redford, Anthony Hopkins, Gene Hackman, Maximilian Schell, Ryan O'Neal
Directed By:
Richard Attenborough
In Which We Serve (1942)
7
3
In Which We Serve
7
3
Role:
Young Stoker (uncredited)
Starring:
Sir John Mills, Celia Johnson, John Mills, Kay Walsh, Bernard Miles
Directed By:

TV Shows

Masterpiece Theatre
11
2
Masterpiece Theatre
11
2
Starring:
Felicity Jones, Peter O'Toole, Derek Jacobi, Alistair Cooke
Directed By:
John Alexander
BBC Sunday-Night Theatre
8
2
BBC Sunday-Night Theatre
8
2
Starring:
Kenneth Williams, Michael Crawford, Jeremy Brett, Albert Finney, Audrey Hepburn, Harold Pinter, Eli Wallach
Directed By:
Jurassic Park: The Ride - Pre-Show Video (1996)
8
2
Jurassic Park: The Ride - Pre-Show Video
8
2
Role:
Professor John Hammond
Directed By:
Gary Goddard
The World About Us
9
2
The World About Us
9
2
Role:
 Self - Narrator 1 episode, 1984
Starring:
Derek Jones, Barry Paine, Alan Gibson
Directed By:
Jane Goodall, Barry Paine, Brian Branston, Richard Brock, Colin Luke
It's Itsy Bitsy Time
6
2
It's Itsy Bitsy Time
6
2
Role:
Grandad
Starring:
Rik Mayall, Damon D'Oliveira, Fleur Taylor, Tim Whitnall
Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat (1999)
21
8
Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat
21
8
Role:
Jacob
Starring:
Joan Collins, Donny Osmond, Christopher Biggins, Maria Friedman
Directed By:
David Mallet
Jack and the Beanstalk: The Real Story
17
8
Jack and the Beanstalk: The Real Story
17
8
Starring:
Jon Voight, James Corden, Matthew Modine, Mia Sara, Daryl Hannah, Vanessa Redgrave
Directed By:
Brian Henson

Richard Attenborough Awards

Academy Awards
Gandhi Best Picture 1983
Gandhi Best Director 1983
Golden Globe Awards
Gandhi Best Director - Motion Picture 1983
Doctor Dolittle Best Supporting Actor 1968
The Sand Pebbles Best Supporting Actor 1967
BAFTA Awards
Gandhi Best Direction 1983
Gandhi Best Film 1983
Guns at Batasi Best British Actor 1965
Seance on a Wet Afternoon Best British Actor 1965