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List of Roger Moore Movies: Ranked Best To Worst

1. The Spy Who Loved Me (1977)
35
14
The Spy Who Loved Me
PG
35
14

When a British and a Soviet ballistic missile submarine go missing British superspy James Bond is forced to collaborate with sexy Russian agent Anya Amasova. They identify shipping tycoon and scientist Karl Stromberg as the culprit and as they work towards stopping him from destroying the world, a seven-foot giant with scary steel teeth, becomes their main adversary. 

Role:
James Bond
Starring:
Lois Maxwell, Barbara Bach, Curd Jürgens, Richard Kiel, Caroline Munro
Directed By:
Lewis Gilbert
2. Live and Let Die (1973)
33
15
Live and Let Die
PG
33
15

Agent 007, James Bond is sent to investigate the death of three MI6 agents who were mysteriously killed while investigating the operations of a Caribbean island dictator Dr. Kananga. During his investigations, he discovers Dr. Kananga’s alter ego is Mr. Big—a drug lord who wants monopoly over the heroin business—and must stop him. 

Role:
James Bond
Starring:
Jane Seymour, Lois Maxwell, Yaphet Kotto, Clifton James, Julius Harris
Directed By:
Guy Hamilton
3. The Man with the Golden Gun (1974)
31
14
The Man with the Golden Gun
PG
31
14

The sensitive solar cell technology, Solex Agitator, goes missing and then is being sold to the highest bidder. On a mission to recover it, James Bond is beleaguered by the world’s most expensive assassin, Francisco Scaramanga, famous for carrying a golden gun. As Bond tracks him down with the help of Mary Goodnight, the two have a deadly confrontation on Scaramanga’s faraway island. 

Role:
James Bond
Starring:
Directed By:
Guy Hamilton
4. For Your Eyes Only (1981)
31
14
For Your Eyes Only
PG
31
14

Secret agent, James Bond, is assigned to retrieve an encryption device (A.T.A.C.) from the British spy ship that accidently sunk near Greece. He is joined by Melina Havelock, daughter of the murdered oceanographer who was appointed by the British to trace the ship. Seeking revenge for her parents’ murders, she teams up with Bond to find the device before the Russians do.  

Role:
Ian Fleming's James Bond 007
Starring:
Chaim Topol, Lois Maxwell, Lynn-Holly Johnson, Carole Bouquet, Julian Glover, Topol
Directed By:
John Glen
5. Interrupted Melody (1955)
7
4
Interrupted Melody
7
4

The film is based on the life of Marjorie Lawrence. Celebrated as one of the most popular opera singers of her time, she becomes famous both in Australia and USA. But while touring South America in 1941, she is stricken with polio, which puts an end to her career. The story then goes on to depict how she triumphs over her disability with the help of her husband and makes a successful comeback. 

Role:
Cyril Lawrence
Starring:
Eleanor Parker, Glenn Ford, Peter Leeds, Cecil Kellaway
Directed By:
Curtis Bernhardt
6. The Wild Geese (1978)
11
5
The Wild Geese
R
11
5

The Wild Geese is an action adventure drama film which tells the story of a British banker who hires a former colonel to rescue an imprisoned African President, from a corrupt dictator. The colonel recruits several mercenaries for the mission. However, when they are in trouble, the banker refuses to send help.    

Role:
Lt. Shawn Fynn
Starring:
Directed By:
Andrew V. McLaglen
7. Octopussy (1983)
31
15
Octopussy
PG
31
15

British Agent 009 carrying a fake Fabergé egg dies while crossing over to West Berlin from East. Shortly, a real Fabergé egg also appears at a British auction, making MI6 suspicious of Soviet involvement. Eventually James Bond is pressed into action and he travels to India, where she meets Octopussy, a wealthy businesswoman and smuggler. 

Role:
James Bond
Starring:
Louis Jourdan, Lois Maxwell, Maud Adams, Kabir Bedi, Kristina Wayborn
Directed By:
John Glen
8. Gold of the Seven Saints (1961)
7
5
Gold of the Seven Saints
7
5
Role:
Shaun Garrett
Starring:
Clint Walker, Chill Wills, Letícia Román, Robert Middleton
Directed By:
Gordon Douglas
9. The Man Who Haunted Himself (1970)
7
4
The Man Who Haunted Himself
PG
7
4
Role:
Harold Pelham
Starring:
Hildegard Neil, Alastair Mackenzie, Hugh Mackenzie, Kevork Malikyan
Directed By:
Basil Dearden
10. A Princess for Christmas (2011)
8
6
A Princess for Christmas
TV-G
8
6
Role:
Edward Duke of Castlebury
Starring:
Katie McGrath, Sam Heughan, Travis Turner, Leilah de Meza
Directed By:
Michael Damian
11. A View to a Kill (1985)
28
15
A View to a Kill
PG
28
15

James Bond recovers a microchip from the body of a dead agent to realize that it has sinister applications. The developer of the chip, Max Zorin, has plans to destroy Silicon Valley thus gaining a monopoly over microchip manufacturing. Bond must stop Zorin but Zorin’s formidable bodyguard May Day stands in his way. 

Role:
James Bond
Starring:
Tanya Roberts, Christopher Walken, Dolph Lundgren, Patrick Bauchau, Lois Maxwell, Maud Adams, Grace Jones
Directed By:
John Glen
12. North Sea Hijack (1980)
8
4
North Sea Hijack
PG
8
4
Role:
Ffolkes
Starring:
Anthony Perkins, James Mason, Michael Parks, David Hedison
Directed By:
Andrew V. McLaglen
13. The Sea Wolves (1980)
7
4
The Sea Wolves
PG
7
4
Role:
Captain Gavin Stewart
Starring:
Gregory Peck, David Niven, Trevor Howard, Barbara Kellerman
Directed By:
Andrew V. McLaglen
14. Moonraker (1979)
28
16
Moonraker
PG
28
16

When a Drax Industries spacecraft called the Moonraker is hijacked in midair, James Bond is called in to investigate. But right from the start, his life is in danger. As Bond uncovers Drax industries’ owner Hugo Drax’s plan to end all life on Earth, he and CIA agent, Holly Goodhead, must fly to space to stop Drax. 

Role:
James Bond
Starring:
Lois Chiles, Michael Lonsdale, Lois Maxwell, Corinne Cléry, Richard Kiel
Directed By:
Lewis Gilbert
15. The Cannonball Run (1981)
14
8
The Cannonball Run
PG
14
8

The Cannonball Run is an action comedy sports film, which tells the story of a group of competitors who take part in a wild, illegal car race across America. The eccentric participants are even willing to play dirty tricks to emerge as the winner of the race.  

Role:
Seymour
Starring:
Burt Reynolds, Adrienne Barbeau, Dean Martin, Bert Convy, Peter Fonda, Farrah Fawcett, Jackie Chan
Directed By:
Hal Needham
16. Diane (1956)
6
4
Diane
6
4

In the 16th Century France, King Francis I asks Diane de Poitier to tutor his son Henri, which leads to a romance between the two. Diane becomes mistress of Prince Henri who later becomes King Henri II. Though he gets married to Catherine de Medici, Diane continues to be his mistress, and an influential advisor. After Henri’s death, Catherine sends rival Diane away.

Role:
Prince Henri
Starring:
Lana Turner, Marisa Pavan, Cedric Hardwicke, Pedro Armendáriz
Directed By:
David Miller
17. Vendetta for the Saint (1969)
6
4
Vendetta for the Saint
6
4
Role:
Simon Templar
Starring:
Ian Hendry, Aimi MacDonald, Rosemary Dexter, Marie Burke
Directed By:
Jim O'Connolly
18. The Last Time I Saw Paris (1954)
7
4
The Last Time I Saw Paris
7
4
Starring:
Donna Reed, Eva Gabor, Elizabeth Taylor, Van Johnson, Walter Pidgeon
Directed By:
Richard Brooks
19. Shout at the Devil (1976)
6
4
Shout at the Devil
PG
6
4
Role:
Sebastian Oldsmith
Starring:
Lee Marvin, Ian Holm, Barbara Parkins, Reinhard Kolldehoff
Directed By:
Peter R. Hunt
20. The Fiction-Makers (1968)
6
4
The Fiction-Makers
6
4

Simon Templar aka The Saint agrees to provide protection to a publisher friend’s best-selling thriller writer, Amos Klein, who, he discovers, is a woman writing under male pen-name. They are abducted by a gang-leader ‘Warlock,’ who has molded himself and his organization ‘S.W.O.R.D.’ as per Amos’s villains. Mistaking Saint for the writer, Warlock orders ‘Amos’ to create detailed plot for his next heist. 

Role:
The Saint
Starring:
Kenneth J. Warren, Sylvia Syms, Justine Lord, Philip Locke
Directed By:
Roy Ward Baker
21. The Miracle (1959)
7
4
The Miracle
7
4

During the Napoleonic era, a young postulant in Spain falls for a handsome British soldier who is recovering with his comrades after being wounded. Before leaving, he asks her to leave the convent and marry him. But when she decides to leave, calamity follows.  

Role:
Capt. Michael Stuart
Starring:
Carroll Baker, Vittorio Gassman, Walter Slezak, Katina Paxinou
Directed By:
Gordon Douglas, Irving Rapper
22. Paper Orchid (1949)
6
4
Paper Orchid
6
4
Starring:
Hughie Green, Andrew Cruickshank, Sidney James, Hugh Williams, Hy Hazell
Directed By:
Roy Ward Baker
23. The King's Thief (1955)
5
4
The King's Thief
5
4

Due to the immense trust he has of King Charles II, the Duke of Brampton, James, gets two of the King’s loyal friends falsely charged and executed. The daughter of one of the men, Lady Mary, travels from France to London, to seek justice for her father. She eventually meets Michael Dermott, a soldier who had fought to restore Charles to the throne. 

Role:
Jack
Starring:
David Niven, George Sanders, Ann Blyth, Edmund Purdom
Directed By:
Robert Z. Leonard, Hugo Fregonese
24. The Sins of Rachel Cade (1961)
6
4
The Sins of Rachel Cade
6
4

Loosely based on Charles Mercer’s novel Rachel Cade, the story revolves around a protestant missionary doctor, serving in a small medical station in Congo during the WWII.  Although initially skeptical, the military administrator is soon attracted towards her. But drawn towards an injured RAF pilot, she makes love to him the night before he leaves.  

Role:
Paul Wilton
Starring:
Angie Dickinson, Scatman Crothers, Mary Wickes, Peter Finch, Woody Strode, Errol John
Directed By:
Gordon Douglas
25. Sherlock Holmes in New York (1976)
5
4
Sherlock Holmes in New York
5
4
Role:
Sherlock Holmes
Starring:
John Huston, David Huddleston, Patrick Macnee, Charlotte Rampling
Directed By:
Boris Sagal
26. Un branco di vigliacchi (1962)
5
4
Un branco di vigliacchi
5
4
Role:
Enzo Prati
Starring:
Pascale Petit, Aroldo Tieri, Frank Villard, Memmo Carotenuto
Directed By:
Fabrizio Taglioni
27. Gold (1974)
6
4
Gold
PG
6
4
Role:
Rod Slater
Starring:
Ray Milland, John Gielgud, Bradford Dillman, Susannah York
Directed By:
Peter R. Hunt
28. Escape to Athena (1979)
6
5
Escape to Athena
PG
6
5
Role:
Major Otto Hecht
Starring:
Claudia Cardinale, William Holden, Telly Savalas, David Niven, Stefanie Powers, William Holden
Directed By:
George P. Cosmatos
29. The Naked Face (1984)
5
4
The Naked Face
R
5
4

Based on Sidney Sheldon’s novel, the film follows a gentle psychiatrist, Judd Stevens, as he becomes the prime suspect in the killing of one of his patients and later his secretary. The cops conduct an investigation, but when the killings continue, Stevens decides to take things in his own hands. Aided by a private investigator, he begins his search for the real culprits to prove his own innocence.

Role:
Dr. Judd Stevens
Starring:
Art Carney, Rod Steiger, Anne Archer, Elliott Gould
Directed By:
Bryan Forbes
30. Les séducteurs (1980)
5
4
Les séducteurs
R
5
4

This sex comedy anthology film consists of four different stories, directed by four different directors. Each story revolves around a different man in a different country chasing his love interest.

Role:
Harry Lindon
Starring:
Lynn Redgrave, Gene Wilder, Lory Del Santo, Ugo Tognazzi, Lino Ventura
Directed By:
31. The Quest (1996)
9
8
The Quest
PG-13
9
8

This action martial arts film tells us the story of a man who is kidnapped, enslaved and eventually sold. However, he soon starts learning martial arts and manages to become a free man. Now, he is facing a lethal match, where the winner will receive an expensive statue.

Role:
Lord Edgar Dobbs
Starring:
Jean-Claude Van Damme, James Remar, Janet Gunn, Jack McGee
Directed By:
32. Crossplot (1969)
5
4
Crossplot
M
5
4

Gary Fenn, an ad executive, hires a beautiful Hungarian model Marla Kugash for a big campaign. When Marla happens to overhear a political assassination plot, an attempt is made on her life, and Fenn, too, is drawn into it. With international organizations chasing them, the two try to save their lives and endeavor to thwart the plot to assassinate an African leader. 

Role:
Gary Fenn
Starring:
Alexis Kanner, Martha Hyer, Derek Francis, Claudie Lange
Directed By:
Alvin Rakoff
33. Gli esecutori (1976)
5
4
Gli esecutori
R
5
4
Role:
Ulisse
Starring:
Stacy Keach, Ivo Garrani, Fausto Tozzi, Ennio Balbo
Directed By:
Maurizio Lucidi, Guglielmo Garroni
34. The Saint (2017)
6
5
The Saint
6
5
Role:
Jasper
Starring:
Eliza Dushku, James Remar, Adam Rayner, Kirsty Mitchell
Directed By:
Ernie Barbarash
35. Boat Trip (2002)
9
9
Boat Trip
R
9
9

After they make an insensitive remark, a travel agent decides to play a prank on two straight friends, and they end up on a cruise ship meant only for gay men.  

Role:
Lloyd Faversham
Starring:
Cuba Gooding Jr., Vivica A. Fox, Will Ferrell, Victoria Silvstedt, Horatio Sanz, Vivica A. Fox
Directed By:
Mort Nathan
36. That Lucky Touch (1975)
4
4
That Lucky Touch
PG
4
4

Michael Scott, a cynical European arms dealer, attends the NATO War Games meeting at Brussels for a top secret deal with the organization. But Julia Richardson, an inquisitive feminist journalist, who is writing about the NATO meeting, discovers about the deal. Though their clashing views make the sparks fly, both can’t deny underlying allure and soon fall in love with each other. 

Role:
Michael Scott
Starring:
Shelley Winters, Lee J. Cobb, Jean-Pierre Cassel, Susannah York
Directed By:
Christopher Miles
37. Il ratto delle sabine (1961)
4
4
Il ratto delle sabine
4
4
Role:
Romulus
Starring:
Mylène Demongeot, Giorgia Moll, Scilla Gabel, Marino Masé
Directed By:
Richard Pottier
38. Bullseye! (1990)
3
4
Bullseye!
PG-13
3
4
Role:
Garald Bradley-Smith / Sir John Bevistock
Starring:
John Cleese, Michael Caine, Sally Kirkland, Deborah Moore
Directed By:
Michael Winner
39. Curse of the Pink Panther (1983)
4
5
Curse of the Pink Panther
PG
4
5
Starring:
Joanna Lumley, Capucine, Robert Wagner, Herbert Lom, David Niven, Robert Loggia
Directed By:
40. Spice World (1997)
6
11
Spice World
PG
6
11

This musical comedy film revolves around the world famous pop group, The Spice Girls, who tour around London in their luxurious double decker tour bus, having various kinds of adventures as well as performing for their fans.

Starring:
Meat Loaf, Emma Bunton, Barry Humphries, Stephen Fry, Alan Cumming, Hugh Laurie, Bob Hoskins
Directed By:
Bob Spiers
41. Comic Relief: Behind the Bond (2015)
9
3
Comic Relief: Behind the Bond
9
3
Role:
Himself
Starring:
Naomie Harris, Sam Mendes, Daniel Craig, Michael G. Wilson
42. Foley & McColl: This Way Up (2005)
7
4
Foley & McColl: This Way Up
7
4
Starring:
Daniel Radcliffe, Jerry Hall, Sean Foley, Hamish McColl, Simon Callow
Directed By:
Ed Bye
43. The Carer (2016)
7
4
The Carer
7
4
Starring:
Anna Chancellor, Karl Johnson, Brian Cox, Emilia Fox
Directed By:
János Edelényi
44. The Man Who Wouldn't Die (1994)
5
4
The Man Who Wouldn't Die
5
4
Role:
Thomas Grace / Inspector Fulbright
Starring:
Malcolm McDowell, Eric McCormack, Nancy Allen, Jackson Davies
Directed By:
Bill Condon
45. Bed & Breakfast (1991)
5
4
Bed & Breakfast
PG-13
5
4
Role:
Adam
Starring:
Talia Shire, Ford Rainey, Nina Siemaszko, Colleen Dewhurst
Directed By:
Robert Ellis Miller
46. The Enemy (2001)
2
4
The Enemy
R
2
4
Role:
Supt. Robert Ogilvie
Starring:
Tom Conti, Luke Perry, Horst Buchholz, Olivia d'Abo
Directed By:
Tom Kinninmont
47. Na svoji Vesni (2002)
2
4
Na svoji Vesni
2
4
Starring:
Saso Dukic, Franci Kek, Jani Muhic, Rok Jozef
Directed By:
Saso Dukic, Klemen Dvornik
48. Feuer, Eis & Dynamit (1990)
2
4
Feuer, Eis & Dynamit
PG
2
4
Role:
Sir George
Starring:
Isaac Hayes, Shari Belafonte, Simon Shepherd, Uwe Ochsenknecht, Geoffrey Moore
Directed By:
Willy Bogner
49. Incompatibles (2013)
2
4
Incompatibles
2
4
Role:
Roger Moore
Starring:
Joëlle Berckmans, Léa François, Arnaud Jouan, Adrian Mazzola
Directed By:
Paolo Cedolin Petrini

Narrator/Dubbing

The Lighter (2011)
9
2
The Lighter
9
2
Role:
George Boreman (voice)
Starring:
Sean Knopp, Sarah Armstrong, Youssef Kerkour, Hannah D. Scott
Directed By:
Samuel Clemens, George Clemens
The Saint (1997)
25
14
The Saint
PG-13
25
14

Simon Templar, a thief who is also a master of deception, is hired to steal the secrets of cold fusion from a scientist Emma. However, he eventually falls in love with his victim, and also gets double-crossed by his employer. 

Role:
Car Radio Announcer (voice)
Starring:
Elisabeth Shue, Val Edward Kilmer, Val Kilmer, Rade Serbedzija, Henry Goodman
Directed By:
Phillip Noyce
The Magic Snowman (1987)
5
3
The Magic Snowman
PG
5
3
Role:
Lumi Ukko, the Snowman (voice)
Starring:
Justin Fried, Dragana Marjanovic, Pavle Bojkovski, Aleksandar Balan
Directed By:
Stanko Crnobrnja, C. Stanner
De vilde svaner (2009)
4
3
De vilde svaner
4
3
Role:
Archbishop (voice)
Starring:
Søren Sætter-Lassen, Stine Fischer Christensen, Jens Jørn Spottag, Benedikte Hansen
Directed By:
Ghita Nørby, Peter Flinth
Cats & Dogs: The Revenge of Kitty Galore (2010)
6
7
Cats & Dogs: The Revenge of Kitty Galore
PG
6
7

A war is going on between the dogs and the cats. However, they all decide to unite when they learn about a rogue spy who is intending to destroy all human and canine life.

Role:
Tab Lazenby (voice)
Starring:
Christina Applegate, Michael Clarke Duncan, Fred Armisen, Joe Pantoliano, Nick Nolte, Katt Williams, James Marsden
Directed By:
Brad Peyton

Animation Movies

The Fly Who Loved Me (2004)
9
3
The Fly Who Loved Me
9
3
Role:
Father Christmas (voice) (as Sir Roger Moore)
Starring:
Olly Smith
Directed By:
Dan Chambers
Hugó, a víziló (1975)
16
7
Hugó, a víziló
G
16
7

The Sultan of Zanzibar finds his harbor infested with sharks. Therefore, he brings in twelve hippos to solve this problem. However, when they are no longer needed, all but one pink hippo named Hugo, are massacred. A little boy tries his best to save Hugo.  

Starring:
Marie Osmond, Paul Lynde, Robert Morley, Burl Ives, Percy Rodrigues, Jesse Emmett
Directed By:
Bill Feigenbaum
Agent Crush (2008)
8
5
Agent Crush
PG
8
5
Role:
Burt Gasket (voice)
Starring:
Brian Blessed, Neve Campbell, Brian Cox, Jon Culshaw
Directed By:
Sean Robinson
Here Comes Peter Cottontail: The Movie (2005)
6
7
Here Comes Peter Cottontail: The Movie
6
7
Role:
January Q. Irontail (voice)
Starring:
Tom Kenny, Kenan Thompson, Molly Shannon, Christopher Lloyd, Dee Bradley Baker, Miranda Cosgrove, Pat Fraley
Directed By:
Mark Gravas

TV Shows

Alfred Hitchcock Presents
31
5
Alfred Hitchcock Presents
TV-14
31
5
Starring:
Amanda Blake, Dick Van Dyke, George Peppard, Keenan Wynn, John Forsythe, Walter Matthau, Robert Duvall
The Alaskans
10
2
The Alaskans
10
2
Role:
Silky Harris
Starring:
Claude Akins, Werner Klemperer, Ray Danton, Jeff York, Dorothy Provine
Directed By:
Robert Sparr, Charles F. Haas, Jesse Hibbs, Robert Gordon, Robert B. Sinclair
Robert Montgomery Presents
8
2
Robert Montgomery Presents
8
2
Starring:
Don Knotts, Charlton Heston, Grace Kelly, Leslie Nielsen, Elizabeth Montgomery, James Dean, Vincent Price
Directed By:
John Newland, James Sheldon, Norman Felton, James P. Yarbrough, Vincent J. Donehue
The Roaring 20's
8
2
The Roaring 20's
8
2
Starring:
John Banner, Dawn Wells, Harry Dean Stanton, Keenan Wynn, Claude Akins, Dorothy Provine, Donald May
Directed By:
The Trials of O'Brien
8
2
The Trials of O'Brien
8
2
Starring:
Alan Alda, Alice Ghostley, Peter Falk, Cloris Leachman, Charles Grodin, Gene Hackman, Rita Moreno
Directed By:
Abner Biberman, Stuart Rosenberg, Lawrence Dobkin, Paul Bogart, Robert Gist
Goodyear Television Playhouse
8
2
Goodyear Television Playhouse
8
2
Starring:
Patricia Neal, Inger Stevens, Elaine Stritch, Jason Robards, Sal Mineo, Eva Marie Saint, Hume Cronyn
Directed By:
Paul Stanley, Robert Mulligan, Jack Smight, Herbert Hirschman, Delbert Mann
Maverick
13
3
Maverick
13
3
Starring:
James Garner, Clint Eastwood, Adam West, Denver Pyle, Louise Fletcher, Martin Landau, Buddy Ebsen
Directed By:
The Third Man
8
2
The Third Man
8
2
Starring:
Lorne Greene, Werner Klemperer, Dawn Wells, John Banner, Elizabeth Montgomery, Oliver Reed, Michael Rennie
Directed By:
Paul Stanley, Paul Henreid, David Orrick McDearmon, Arthur Hiller, David MacDonald
Matinee Theatre
8
2
Matinee Theatre
8
2
Starring:
Zsa Zsa Gabor, Jack Nicholson, James Whitmore, John Drew Barrymore, Alan Young, John Carradine, Dina Merrill
Directed By:
Lamont Johnson, Walter Grauman, Boris Sagal, Allan A. Buckhantz, Sherman Marks
The Persuaders!
15
4
The Persuaders!
15
4
Role:
Lord Brett Sinclair / ...
Starring:
Tony Curtis, Diane Cilento, Joss Ackland, Joan Collins, Lois Maxwell, Laurence Naismith
Directed By:
Leslie Norman, Roy Ward Baker, Val Guest, Roger Moore, Sidney Hayers
The Life of Rock with Brian Pern
8
2
The Life of Rock with Brian Pern
8
2
Starring:
Matt Lucas, Jack Whitehall, Martin Freeman, Simon Day, Michael Kitchen, Lucy Montgomery, Rhys Thomas
Directed By:
Rhys Thomas
Assignment Foreign Legion
7
2
Assignment Foreign Legion
7
2
Starring:
Donald Pleasence, Anthony Newley, Merle Oberon, Christopher Lee
Directed By:
Lance Comfort, Don Chaffey, Michael McCarthy, David MacDonald, Terence Fisher
77 Sunset Strip
10
2
77 Sunset Strip
10
2
Starring:
Mary Tyler Moore, Eric Braeden, Elinor Donahue, Edd Byrnes, Diane Ladd, George Harris Kennedy, Jr, Frances Bavier
Directed By:
George Waggner, Montgomery Pittman, Robert Douglas, Leslie H. Martinson, Jeffrey Hayden
Lux Video Theatre
7
2
Lux Video Theatre
7
2
Starring:
Rock Hudson, Alfred Hitchcock, Bing Crosby, Charles Bronson, Buster Keaton, Anne Bancroft, Jayne Mansfield
Directed By:
Richard Goode, Fielder Cook, Buzz Kulik, Earl Eby, Norman Morgan
Alias
66
21
Alias
TV-14
66
21
Starring:
Stana Katic, David Cronenberg, Isabella Rossellini, Corey Stoll, Quentin Tarantino, Richard Lewis, Jennifer Garner
Directed By:
Ken Olin, Lawrence Trilling, Jack Bender, Daniel Attias, J.J. Abrams
The Saint
15
4
The Saint
15
4
Role:
Simon Templar
Starring:
Alan Bennett, Ronnie Barker, Julie Christie, Ronnie Corbett, Donald Sutherland, Lois Maxwell, Oliver Reed
Directed By:
John Llewellyn Moxey, Ray Austin, John Ainsworth, Jeremy Summers, John Gilling
The Motorola Television Hour
7
2
The Motorola Television Hour
7
2
Starring:
Jackie Cooper, Eddie Albert, Jane Wyatt, Helen Hayes, Jack Palance, Lee Marvin, Christopher Walken
Directed By:
Ralph Nelson, Don Richardson
Ivanhoe
6
3
Ivanhoe
6
3
Role:
Sir Wilfred of Ivanhoe / ...
Starring:
Christopher Lee, Robert Brown
Directed By:
Arthur Crabtree, Bernard Knowles, C.M. Pennington-Richards, Lance Comfort
Tatort
9
4
Tatort
9
4
Starring:
Bruno Ganz, Christoph Waltz, Udo Kier, Nastassja Kinski, Sebastian Koch, Til Schweiger, Heike Makatsch
Directed By:
Georg Tressler, Peter Weck, Fritz Eckhardt, Wolfgang Petersen, Fritz Umgelter
Ford Star Jubilee
6
3
Ford Star Jubilee
6
3
Starring:
Lauren Bacall, Orson Welles, Julie Andrews, Lillian Gish, Jack Lemmon, Charles Laughton, Claudette Colbert
Directed By:
Return of the Saint
7
3
Return of the Saint
7
3
Starring:
Laurence Luckinbill, Mel Ferrer, Joss Ackland, Britt Ekland, Ian Ogilvy
Directed By:
Jeremy Summers, Cyril Frankel, Peter Sasdy, Leslie Norman, Roy Ward Baker
CBS Summer Playhouse
5
3
CBS Summer Playhouse
5
3
Starring:
Lee Majors, Brandon Lee, Mark Ruffalo, Lori Loughlin, Ian McShane, Celeste Holm, Miguel Ferrer
Directed By:
Peter H. Hunt, James Frawley, Corey Allen, Peter Baldwin, John Pasquin
The Dream Team
5
3
The Dream Team
TV-14
5
3
Starring:
Angie Everhart, Caprice Bourret, Shelley Minto, Traci Bingham
Directed By:
Steven Hilliard Stern, Dean Hamilton, Philippe Setbon

Special Appearance/Cameo

Perfect Strangers (1945)
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6
Perfect Strangers
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6

Married couple Robert and Catherine lead a staid, somewhat indifferent marital life. During WWII, Robert enlists in British Navy while Catherine joins WRENs, and are separated for over three years. As their personalities evolve following various experiences; both realize how drab their life was. Now they are afraid to re-unite and face the earlier life. What does the future hold for them?

Role:
Soldier (uncredited)
Starring:
Robert Donat, Deborah Kerr, Glynis Johns, Ann Todd
Directed By:
Alexander Korda
The Interrupted Journey (1949)
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5
The Interrupted Journey
10
5

John North leaves his wife behind and elopes with his mistress Susan. They go on a train trip, but on their way, they feel that someone is following them. John jumps off the train after pulling the cord, and later comes to know that it crashed shortly. He also learns that Susan was shot just before the crash, which make him sure that someone has been tailing them.

Role:
Soldier in Paddington Café (uncredited)
Starring:
Richard Todd, Ralph Truman, Alexander Gauge, Valerie Hobson
Directed By:
Daniel Birt
Piccadilly Incident (1946)
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4
Piccadilly Incident
8
4

A World War II WREN is presumed to be dead when her ship is attacked. She comes back to England after spending years on an island looking for her husband only to find him married to another woman and with a child.

Role:
Guest Sitting at Pearson's Table (uncredited)
Starring:
Michael Wilding, Edward Rigby, Anna Neagle, Frances Mercer
Directed By:
Herbert Wilcox
Caesar and Cleopatra (1945)
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13
Caesar and Cleopatra
21
13
Role:
Roman Soldier (uncredited)
Starring:
Vivien Leigh, Jean Simmons, Stewart Granger, Claude Rains, Flora Robson
Directed By:
Gabriel Pascal
Trottie True (1949)
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4
Trottie True
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4

Trottie True is a chorus girl in the 1890s who gets married to Lord Digby Landon, which makes her the Duchess of Wellwater, shortly after when he succeeds to the dukedom. Although the staff is delighted by her music hall background, it displeases her aristocratic in-laws.

Role:
Stage Door Johnny (uncredited)
Starring:
Christopher Lee, Jean Kent, James Donald, Hugh Sinclair
Directed By:
Brian Desmond Hurst
Gaiety George (1946)
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4
Gaiety George
5
4
Role:
Member of the Audience (uncredited)
Starring:
Ann Todd, Hazel Court, Richard Greene, Charles Victor
Directed By:
George King, Leontine Sagan
Due mogli sono troppe (1951)
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4
Due mogli sono troppe
4
4
Role:
Ornithologist on a Train (uncredited)
Starring:
Lea Padovani, Kieron Moore, Sally Ann Howes, Griffith Jones
Directed By:
Mario Camerini
One Wild Oat (1951)
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5
One Wild Oat
5
5

One Wild Oat is a British comedy film which tells the story of Humphrey, a lawyer whose daughter is infatuated with a man known for his philandering ways. He attempts to reveal the man’s past to his daughter, but the plan backfires when the man’s father threatens to reveal the barrister’s shady background.  

Role:
Man Watching Elevator Repair (uncredited)
Starring:
Audrey Hepburn, Robertson Hare, Stanley Holloway, Vera Pearce, Andrew Crawford
Directed By:
Charles Saunders

Roger Moore Awards

Golden Globe Awards
Winner World Film Favorite - Male 1980