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List of Samuel Goldwyn Movies: Ranked Best To Worst

1. The Little Foxes (1941)
12
2
The Little Foxes
12
2

Regina Hubbard is a beautiful and brilliant woman who aspires for wealth in a world where fathers only considered sons as legal heirs. She is financially dependent on her husband Horace, who is at a sanitarium for many years, due to his heart condition. However, when she needs him for her plans, she tries to manipulate her daughter into bringing him back.

As:
Producer
Director:
Genres:
Drama, Romance
Star Cast:
Bette Davis, Herbert Marshall, Teresa Wright, Richard Carlson, Dan Duryea
2. The Best Years of Our Lives (1946)
13
2
The Best Years of Our Lives
13
2

The Best Years of Our Lives is an Oscar-winning American drama film which tells the story of three World War II veterans, who return home to a small town in America, only to find that they and their families have been changed irreparably. 

As:
Producer
Director:
Genres:
Drama, Romance, War
Star Cast:
Fredric March, Blake Edwards, Myrna Loy, Dana Andrews, Teresa Wright
3. Dodsworth (1936)
12
2
Dodsworth
TV-PG
12
2

A retired automobile manufacturer and his wife take a vacation to Europe, which is to be their ‘second honeymoon’. While the wife falls in with a crowd of frivolous socialites, the husband meets a woman who is quite opposite to his wife- self-assured, confident and able to take care of herself.

As:
Producer
Director:
Genres:
Drama, Romance
Star Cast:
David Niven, William Wyler, Walter Huston, Paul Lukas, Mary Astor, Ruth Chatterton
5. Palmy Days (1931)
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2
Palmy Days
11
2

Palmy Days is a musical comedy film, which tells the job of an assistant working for a fake psychic, who decides to leave her job, and join a bakery instead.  

As:
Producer
Director:
A. Edward Sutherland
Genres:
Romance, Comedy, Musical
Star Cast:
Betty Grable, Paulette Goddard, Paul Page, Charles Middleton, Charlotte Greenwood, Barbara Weeks
6. Ball of Fire (1941)
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2
Ball of Fire
11
2

An academic makes up his mind to learn about the evolving American slang to finish working on a comprehensive encyclopedia and chances upon a nightclub performer. She agrees to teach him slang vocabulary in exchange for a place to stay.

As:
Producer
Director:
Howard Hawks
Genres:
Romance, Comedy
Star Cast:
Barbara Stanwyck, Gary Cooper, S.Z. Sakall, Oskar Homolka, Henry Travers
7. The Pride of the Yankees (1942)
12
2
The Pride of the Yankees
TV-PG
12
2

The Pride of the Yankees is a biographical film which revolves around the life and career of Lou Gehrig, famed baseball player, whose premature and tragic death had touched the entire nation. The film puts emphasis on his relationship with his parents, especially his mother, and also shows his friendships with players, journalists, as well as his romantic relationship with a woman.

As:
Producer
Director:
Sam Wood
Genres:
Sport, Romance, Biography, Drama
Star Cast:
Walter Brennan, Gary Cooper, Teresa Wright, Dan Duryea, Babe Ruth
8. Tonight or Never (1931)
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2
Tonight or Never
12
2
As:
Producer
Director:
Mervyn LeRoy
Genres:
Comedy, Romance
Star Cast:
Gloria Swanson, Ferdinand Gottschalk, Alison Skipworth, Melvyn Douglas, Robert Greig
9. Whoopee! (1930)
11
2
Whoopee!
TV-G
11
2

The musical comedy follows Sally Morgan who has fallen in love with mixed-race Native American Wanenis. When she flees her wedding with Sheriff Bob Wells, with the help of a completely oblivious Henry Williams who is just giving her a ride, they are pursued by Wells and Henry’s nurse Mary. 

As:
Producer
Director:
Thornton Freeland
Genres:
Musical, Romance, Comedy
Star Cast:
Betty Grable, Paulette Goddard, Ann Sothern, Eddie Cantor, Ethel Shutta, Paul Gregory
10. Kid Millions (1934)
11
2
Kid Millions
11
2

A poor Brooklyn boy inherits $77 million from his biological father; but to get it he must travel to Egypt. Traveling in the same ship is his father’s common-law wife and her rogue boyfriend, intending to lay claim on the booty and so is his sponsor, who is also expecting a share.  Then there is a local sheikh who is unwilling to give up the money. 

As:
Producer
Director:
Roy Del Ruth, Willy Pogany
Genres:
Comedy, Musical
Star Cast:
Lucille Ball, Ethel Merman, Paulette Goddard, Ann Sothern, Eddie Cantor, Warren Hymer
11. Wuthering Heights (1939)
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2
Wuthering Heights
12
2

Based on a novel of the same name, this romantic drama film is about Heathcliff, an orphaned boy who is found on the streets by Mr Earnshaw.  He brings him home to live with his own children Cathy and Hindley. Over the years, Cathy and Heathcliff develop feelings for one another, although Hindley despises Heathcliff. However, their neighbor Edgar also falls for Cathy, and proposes to her. Heathcliff decides to disappear from her life forever.

As:
Producer
Director:
Genres:
Romance, Drama
Star Cast:
Laurence Olivier, Merle Oberon, David Niven, Donald Crisp, Flora Robson
12. Polly of the Circus (1917)
12
2
Polly of the Circus
12
2
As:
Producer
Director:
Charles Horan, Edwin L. Hollywood
Genres:
Drama
Star Cast:
Mae Marsh, Wellington A. Playter, Vernon Steele, Harry La Pearl, George S. Trimble
13. Street Scene (1931)
11
2
Street Scene
11
2
As:
Producer
Director:
Genres:
Drama, Romance
Star Cast:
Estelle Taylor, William Collier Jr., Sylvia Sidney, David Landau, Beulah Bondi
14. The Bishop's Wife (1947)
12
2
The Bishop's Wife
12
2

After all his efforts to raise money for a cathedral fails, a Bishop Henry Brougham finds himself quite depressed. However, his life takes an interesting turn, after he is visited by Dudley, who claims to be an angel. Henry is a bit annoyed, but his wife takes kindly to Dudley.

As:
Producer
Director:
Henry Koster
Genres:
Drama, Romance, Comedy, Fantasy
Star Cast:
Cary Grant, Loretta Young, Elsa Lanchester, David Niven, Monty Woolley, James Gleason
16. The Winning of Barbara Worth (1926)
12
2
The Winning of Barbara Worth
12
2

After her parents’ death while trying to cross the California desert, Barbara is rescued and raised by a rancher. Fifteen years later, an engineer comes to their settlement with the task of diverting the Colorado River and begins to vie with a local cowboy for Barbara’s affection. But his task is not easy as his employer refuses to release the required fund, resulting in catastrophic flood. 

As:
Producer
Director:
Henry King
Genres:
Drama, Western, Romance
Star Cast:
Gary Cooper, Paul McAllister, Ronald Colman, Vilma Bánky, Charles Lane
17. The Kid from Spain (1932)
12
2
The Kid from Spain
12
2

Due to a case of mistaken identity, Eddie is taken away to Mexico by a group of bank robbers. In order to escape the police, he claims to be a bullfighter. However, the detectives refuse to believe it, until they see Eddie in the ring.  

As:
Producer
Director:
Leo McCarey
Genres:
Musical, Comedy, Romance
Star Cast:
Jane Wyman, Paulette Goddard, Betty Grable, John Miljan, Eddie Cantor, Lyda Roberti, Robert Young
18. Stella Dallas (1925)
12
2
Stella Dallas
12
2
As:
Producer
Director:
Henry King
Genres:
Drama
Star Cast:
Belle Bennett, Jean Hersholt, Alice Joyce, Ronald Colman, Beatrix Pryor
20. Stella Dallas (1937)
12
2
Stella Dallas
12
2
As:
Producer
Director:
Genres:
Romance, Drama
Star Cast:
Barbara Stanwyck, Barbara O'Neil, Alan Hale, John Boles, Anne Shirley
21. The Penalty (1920)
12
3
The Penalty
12
3
As:
Producer
Director:
Wallace Worsley
Genres:
Crime, Horror, Drama, Thriller
Star Cast:
Lon Chaney, Charles Clary, Jim Mason, Doris Pawn, Milton Ross
22. Dead End (1937)
12
2
Dead End
12
2

Martin, a mobster returns home to the New York neighborhood, where he had grown up. However, his mother rejects him because of his gangster lifestyle. He soon finds out that his old girlfriend Francey is now working as a prostitute. He also meets his childhood friend who is struggling to become an architect.

As:
Producer
Director:
Genres:
Film-Noir, Drama, Crime
Star Cast:
Humphrey Bogart, Claire Trevor, Joel McCrea, Sylvia Sidney, Wendy Barrie
23. Doubling for Romeo (1921)
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3
Doubling for Romeo
11
3
As:
Producer
Director:
Clarence G. Badger
Genres:
Comedy
Star Cast:
Will Rogers, Raymond Hatton, Sidney Ainsworth, Sylvia Breamer, Al Hart
25. Roman Scandals (1933)
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3
Roman Scandals
11
3

Young history enthusiast Eddie, a simple-minded delivery boy in West Rome, Oklahoma, is banished from the town by dishonest politicians. He collides with a cart and in an unconscious state, dreams of being a slave in Ancient Rome. There, too, he faces troubles with corruption similar to his home town, and gets embroiled in a plot against the life of the Emperor. 

As:
Producer
Director:
Frank Tuttle
Genres:
Comedy, Romance, Fantasy, Musical
Star Cast:
Gloria Stuart, Lucille Ball, Paulette Goddard, Eddie Cantor, Edward Arnold, Girls The Goldwyn
26. The Hurricane (1937)
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2
The Hurricane
11
2
As:
Producer
Director:
Genres:
Romance, Action, Drama
Star Cast:
John Carradine, C. Aubrey Smith, Mary Astor, Dorothy Lamour, Jon Hall
27. Guys and Dolls (1955)
12
2
Guys and Dolls
12
2

A gambler in New York is challenged to take a female missionary to Havana. However, they fall for each other on the way.

As:
Producer
Genres:
Romance, Comedy, Crime, Musical
Star Cast:
Frank Sinatra, Marlon Brando, Jean Simmons, Vivian Blaine, Robert Keith
28. Enchantment (1948)
10
2
Enchantment
10
2

During the Second World War, an American servicewoman puts up with her granduncle, Rollo Dane. The plot then turns backwards into Rollo’s childhood, when his father brings home a girl called Lark, who begins to live with them. Over the time, they fall in love; but cannot marry due to his sister’s scheme. Now that Lark’s nephew and his niece have fallen in love, can the old man sit idle?  

As:
Producer
Director:
Irving Reis
Genres:
Drama, Romance
Star Cast:
David Niven, Teresa Wright, Evelyn Keyes, Farley Granger, Jayne Meadows
29. The Night of Love (1927)
10
2
The Night of Love
10
2
As:
Producer
Director:
George Fitzmaurice
Genres:
Romance, Adventure, Action
Star Cast:
Montagu Love, Vilma Bánky, Ronald Colman, Natalie Kingston, John George
30. Wonder Man (1945)
10
2
Wonder Man
10
2
As:
Producer
Director:
H. Bruce Humberstone
Genres:
Fantasy, Comedy, Musical
Star Cast:
Danny Kaye, Donald Woods, S.Z. Sakall, Vera-Ellen, Virginia Mayo
31. The Floor Below (1918)
10
2
The Floor Below
10
2
As:
Producer
Director:
Clarence G. Badger
Genres:
Comedy, Drama
Star Cast:
Wallace McCutcheon Jr., Mabel Normand, Tom Moore, Helen Dahl, Lincoln Plumer
32. My Foolish Heart (1949)
10
2
My Foolish Heart
10
2

The story is told in flashback through the eyes of Eloise Winters. The now alcoholic Eloise is trapped in an unhappy marriage and has a difficult relationship with her daughter. While she is contemplating divorcing her husband, she reminisces about her first true love with Walt Dreiser before the beginning of World War II.  

As:
Producer
Director:
Mark Robson
Genres:
Romance, Drama
Star Cast:
Susan Hayward, Dana Andrews, Kent Smith, Jessie Royce Landis, Lois Wheeler
33. The Secret Life of Walter Mitty (1947)
11
3
The Secret Life of Walter Mitty
11
3
As:
Producer
Director:
Norman Z. McLeod
Genres:
Fantasy, Comedy, Romance
Star Cast:
Robert Altman, Danny Kaye, Boris Karloff, Fay Bainter, Ann Rutherford
34. A Song Is Born (1948)
11
3
A Song Is Born
11
3
As:
Producer
Director:
Howard Hawks
Genres:
Comedy, Musical, Music, Romance
Star Cast:
Danny Kaye, Benny Goodman, Louis Armstrong, Virginia Mayo, Tommy Dorsey
35. They Shall Have Music (1939)
10
3
They Shall Have Music
10
3

They Shall Have Music is a 1939 drama film which revolves around a boy who runs away from home, and eventually ends up in a music school for poor children. When the school suffers financial hardships, he comes up with a plan to save it.    

As:
Producer
Director:
Archie Mayo
Genres:
Family, Drama, Music
Star Cast:
Walter Brennan, Joel McCrea, Gene Reynolds, Andrea Leeds, Jascha Heifetz
36. Strike Me Pink (1936)
10
3
Strike Me Pink
10
3

Strike me Pink is a comedy musical film, which tells the story of a shy and meek man named Eddie Pink, who becomes manager of an amusement park which is filled with mobsters.

As:
Producer
Director:
Norman Taurog
Genres:
Comedy, Musical
Star Cast:
William Frawley, Ethel Merman, Eddie Cantor, Sally Eilers, Harry Parke
37. What Happened to Rosa (1920)
10
3
What Happened to Rosa
10
3
As:
Producer
Director:
Victor Schertzinger
Genres:
Comedy
Star Cast:
Mabel Normand, Eugenie Besserer, Tully Marshall, Doris Pawn, Hugh Thompson
38. The Cinderella Man (1917)
10
3
The Cinderella Man
10
3
As:
Producer
Director:
George Loane Tucker
Genres:
Comedy
Star Cast:
Mae Marsh, Alec B. Francis, Louis R. Grisel, Tom Moore, George Fawcett
39. Hungry Hearts (1922)
10
3
Hungry Hearts
10
3
As:
Producer
Director:
E. Mason Hopper
Genres:
Drama
Star Cast:
George Siegmann, Bryant Washburn, Helen Ferguson, E. Alyn Warren, Rosa Rosanova
40. The Princess and the Pirate (1944)
11
3
The Princess and the Pirate
11
3
As:
Producer
Director:
David Butler, Sidney Lanfield
Genres:
Romance, Comedy, Adventure
Star Cast:
Bob Hope, Bing Crosby, Walter Brennan, Marc Lawrence, Walter Slezak
41. Arsène Lupin (1932)
10
3
Arsène Lupin
10
3

The elite society of Paris is intimidated by a bold thief known by the name of Arsene Lupin, who continues to rob them of their precious possessions. The scandal creates a fear in the city. But Detective Guerchard of French Police is certain of the mysterious thief’s identity, and is also confident of how he is going to apprehend the thief.

As:
Producer
Director:
Jack Conway
Genres:
Romance, Crime, Mystery
Star Cast:
John Barrymore, Lionel Barrymore, Tully Marshall, John Miljan, Karen Morley
42. Cynara (1932)
10
3
Cynara
10
3

Cynara is a 1932 romantic drama film, which revolves around the theme of adultery. The film tells the story of a British lawyer, who has to pay a heavy price after he has an affair with a young woman. 

As:
Producer
Director:
Genres:
Drama, Romance
Star Cast:
Henry Stephenson, Ronald Colman, Kay Francis, Phyllis Barry, Viva Tattersall
44. Hans Christian Andersen (1952)
11
3
Hans Christian Andersen
TV-G
11
3
As:
Producer
Director:
Charles Vidor
Genres:
Biography, Family, Musical, Romance
Star Cast:
Danny Kaye, Farley Granger, Zizi Jeanmaire, Joseph Walsh, Philip Tonge
45. The Ace of Hearts (1921)
10
3
The Ace of Hearts
10
3
As:
Producer
Director:
Wallace Worsley
Genres:
Romance, Drama, Crime, Mystery, Thriller
Star Cast:
Raymond Hatton, John Bowers, Lon Chaney, Leatrice Joy, Hardee Kirkland
46. Name the Man (1924)
10
3
Name the Man
10
3
As:
Producer
Director:
Victor Sjöström
Genres:
Drama
Star Cast:
Hobart Bosworth, Creighton Hale, Patsy Ruth Miller, Conrad Nagel, Mae Busch
47. Two Lovers (1928)
10
3
Two Lovers
10
3
As:
Producer
Director:
Fred Niblo
Genres:
Drama, History, Action, Romance
Star Cast:
Noah Beery, Nigel De Brulier, Vilma Bánky, Ronald Colman, Virginia Bradford
48. The Dark Angel (1935)
11
3
The Dark Angel
11
3

Kitty, Alan and his cousin, Gerald have been close friends since their childhood. Both Alan and Gerald are in love with Kitty while Kitty loves only Alan. Later, on leave from the front during the WWI, Allan proposes to Kitty, which she accepts joyfully. When they find no one to marry them, they decide to spend the night together. 

As:
Producer
Director:
Sidney Franklin
Genres:
Drama, Romance
Star Cast:
Fredric March, Merle Oberon, Herbert Marshall, John Halliday, Janet Beecher
49. They Got Me Covered (1943)
11
3
They Got Me Covered
11
3

Fired by his editor due to his incompetence, an idiotic reporter seeks to redeem himself after he accidentally uncovers a network of Nazi spies in Washington. 

As:
Producer
Director:
David Butler
Genres:
Musical, Comedy, War
Star Cast:
Bob Hope, Bing Crosby, Otto Preminger, Dorothy Lamour, Eduardo Ciannelli
50. Raffles (1930)
10
3
Raffles
10
3
As:
Producer
Director:
George Fitzmaurice, Harry d'Abbadie d'Arrast
Genres:
Drama, Romance, Thriller, Crime, Adventure, History
Star Cast:
David Torrence, Ronald Colman, Kay Francis, Frederick Kerr, Bramwell Fletcher
52. The Cowboy and the Lady (1938)
11
3
The Cowboy and the Lady
11
3

Mary Smith, the bored daughter of presidential hopeful Horace Smith, is living a scandal-free life. She falls in love with cowboy Stretch Willoughby who hates high society. Mary pretends to be a maid hiding her true identity and the two get married. Life gets complicated as both of her lives catch up with one another. 

As:
Producer
Director:
Genres:
Romance, Comedy, Western, Drama
Star Cast:
Gary Cooper, Merle Oberon, Walter Brennan, Patsy Kelly, Fuzzy Knight
53. The Kid from Brooklyn (1946)
11
3
The Kid from Brooklyn
11
3

In this musical comedy remake of Harold Lloyd's 1936 film The Milky Way, milkman Burleigh Sullivan, by a mere good fortune, manages to knock out middleweight boxing champion Speed MacFarlane. Later, he agrees to take up boxing professionally on the insistence of Speed's manager, Gabby Sloane. His success make him arrogant; however, he does not know that the matches have been fixed by Gabby.

As:
Producer
Director:
Norman Z. McLeod
Genres:
Comedy, Musical
Star Cast:
Danny Kaye, Eve Arden, Vera-Ellen, Virginia Mayo, Steve Cochran
54. The Wedding Night (1935)
11
3
The Wedding Night
11
3

Bankrupt novelist, Tony Barrett, and his wife, Dora, are forced to move into Tony’s run-down farm in Connecticut. There Tony’s neighbor buys a piece of his land and Dora returns to New York. Tony stays behind and becomes romantically involved with his neighbor’s daughter Manya. Tragedy strikes the night Manya weds her fiancé, Fredrick. 

As:
Producer
Director:
Genres:
Drama, Romance
Star Cast:
Gary Cooper, Walter Brennan, Sig Ruman, Ralph Bellamy, Helen Vinson, Anna Sten
55. The Real Glory (1939)
10
3
The Real Glory
10
3

Set against the backdrop of the Moro Rebellion in 1906, the film focuses on the bravery and dedication of a small American contingent stationed at the Philippine island of Mindanao, where the local population is being regularly killed and abducted by Moro guerrillas. The main task of the contingent is to train the native Philippine Constabulary so that they can defend themselves.  

As:
Producer
Director:
Henry Hathaway
Genres:
History, War
Star Cast:
Broderick Crawford, Gary Cooper, David Niven, Reginald Owen, Andrea Leeds
56. Bulldog Drummond (1929)
10
2
Bulldog Drummond
10
2
As:
Producer
Director:
F. Richard Jones
Genres:
Thriller, Drama, Mystery
Star Cast:
Montagu Love, Ronald Colman, Wilson Benge, Lawrence Grant, Claud Allister
57. The Devil to Pay! (1930)
10
3
The Devil to Pay!
TV-G
10
3

When Willie returns home from East Africa, once again a failure, his aristocrat father is furious. However, Willie smooth talks him into letting him stay and then goes on to use his charm on an heiress, who is also a family friend. Impressed, she breaks her engagement to a Russian Grand Duke; but imposes one condition; that he will never see his old girlfriend. 

As:
Producer
Director:
George Fitzmaurice
Genres:
Comedy, Romance
Star Cast:
Loretta Young, David Torrence, Ronald Colman, Frederick Kerr, Florence Britton
58. Our Very Own (1950)
10
3
Our Very Own
10
3

Our Very Own is an American drama film, which tells the story of a young girl, Gail, who discovers that she is adopted, during a heated argument with her sister Joan. She sets off in search of her biological parents and her true identity, with the reluctant support of her adoptive parents. 

As:
Producer
Director:
David Miller
Genres:
Romance, Drama
Star Cast:
Jane Wyatt, Natalie Wood, Ann Dvorak, Donald Cook, Farley Granger
59. I Want You (1951)
10
3
I Want You
10
3

I Want You is an American drama film, which tells the story of an American small businessman who writes a letter to a World War II veteran, requesting that his son George is not drafted into the Korean War, so that he is able to continue working for his family’s company. 

As:
Producer
Director:
Mark Robson
Genres:
Drama
Star Cast:
Dorothy McGuire, Dana Andrews, Farley Granger, Peggy Dow, Robert Keith
60. Up in Arms (1944)
11
3
Up in Arms
TV-G
11
3

When Danny is drafted in the US Army, his best friend, Joe, also gets himself drafted.  As they set sail for South Pacific, they find that their friends, Virginia and Mary, have also enlisted as nurses. During the voyage, Danny smuggles in Mary and is sent to the brig for it. The story then goes on to narrate how he dupes Japanese soldiers to surrender and becomes a hero. 

As:
Producer
Director:
Elliott Nugent
Genres:
Comedy, Musical
Star Cast:
Dinah Shore, Danny Kaye, Dana Andrews, Constance Dowling, Girls The Goldwyn
61. Woman Chases Man (1937)
9
2
Woman Chases Man
9
2

BJ Nolan, a former millionaire, is quite careless with his money as he spends most of it on his crazy schemes. However, his son, Kenneth, is quite the opposite, and gets a large inheritance from his mother. BJ enlists the help of  a young architect named Virginia to con the money out of Kenneth.

As:
Producer
Director:
John G. Blystone
Genres:
Comedy, Romance
Star Cast:
Broderick Crawford, Charles Winninger, Joel McCrea, Miriam Hopkins, Erik Rhodes
62. The Masquerader (1933)
9
2
The Masquerader
9
2
As:
Producer
Director:
Richard Wallace
Genres:
Drama
Star Cast:
David Torrence, Ronald Colman, Elissa Landi, Juliette Compton, Claude King
63. Raffles (1939)
9
2
Raffles
9
2

Celebrated cricketer A. J. Raffles is also a master burglar and safecracker. Nicknamed "The Amateur Cracksman", he takes full advantage of the invitations offered by the aristocrats.  Then he falls in love with the sister of an old friend and when he learns about his friend’s gambling debt, he decides to accept another weekend invitation. 

As:
Producer
Director:
Genres:
History, Adventure, Drama, Crime, Romance, Comedy, Thriller
Star Cast:
Olivia de Havilland, David Niven, May Whitty, Dudley Digges, Douglas Walton
64. Edge of Doom (1950)
9
2
Edge of Doom
9
2
As:
Producer
Director:
Mark Robson
Genres:
Drama, Film-Noir
Star Cast:
Dana Andrews, Farley Granger, Paul Stewart, Robert Keith, Joan Evans
65. The Greeks Had a Word for Them (1932)
9
2
The Greeks Had a Word for Them
9
2

Three former Broadway showgirls, Jean, Polaire and Schatze, decide to find affluent husbands. So, they put on a façade of being millionaires by renting luxurious penthouse apartment and Chanel dresses. Each one endowed with different personality traits ranging from kind-hearted to untrustworthy, the three girls soon realize that it is easier to make plans than put them in action and reap its fruits.

As:
Producer
Director:
Lowell Sherman
Genres:
Comedy
Star Cast:
Betty Grable, Lowell Sherman, Ina Claire, Joan Blondell, David Manners
66. Condemned! (1929)
9
2
Condemned!
9
2
As:
Producer
Director:
Wesley Ruggles
Genres:
Drama
Star Cast:
William Elmer, Louis Wolheim, Ronald Colman, Dudley Digges, Ann Harding
67. Beloved Enemy (1936)
9
2
Beloved Enemy
9
2

Aristocratic Helen Drummond accompanies her father, Lord Athleigh, to Dublin for peace talks during the Irish War of Independence. As Irish revolutionary Dennis Riordan is not known publicly, Helen doesn’t recognize him when he saves them from assassination. Unaware of his identity, she falls for him. Though later he reveals the truth, they both feel helpless in love. Based on true facts. 

As:
Producer
Director:
H.C. Potter
Genres:
Drama
Star Cast:
David Niven, Merle Oberon, Brian Aherne, Karen Morley, Henry Stephenson
68. The Awakening (1928)
9
2
The Awakening
9
2
As:
Producer
Director:
Genres:
Romance, Drama
Star Cast:
Louis Wolheim, William Orlamond, Vilma Bánky, George Davis, Walter Byron
69. A Blind Bargain (1922)
9
2
A Blind Bargain
9
2
As:
Producer
Director:
Wallace Worsley
Genres:
Mystery, Sci-Fi, Horror, Drama
Star Cast:
Wallace Beery, Lon Chaney, Raymond McKee, Jacqueline Logan, Virginia True Boardman
70. A Tale of Two Worlds (1921)
9
2
A Tale of Two Worlds
9
2
As:
Producer
Director:
Frank Lloyd
Genres:
Drama
Star Cast:
Wallace Beery, Margaret McWade, Leatrice Joy, E. Alyn Warren, J. Frank Glendon
71. Arrowsmith (1931)
9
2
Arrowsmith
9
2
As:
Producer
Director:
Genres:
Drama
Star Cast:
Helen Hayes, Richard Bennett, Ronald Colman, A.E. Anson, Clarence Brooks
72. Jubilo (1919)
9
2
Jubilo
9
2
As:
Producer
Director:
Clarence G. Badger
Genres:
Western, Comedy, Drama
Star Cast:
Will Rogers, Willard Louis, Josie Sedgwick, Charles K. French, Jim Mason
73. Head Over Heels (1922)
9
2
Head Over Heels
9
2
As:
Producer
Director:
Paul Bern, Victor Schertzinger
Genres:
Comedy
Star Cast:
Mabel Normand, Raymond Hatton, Adolphe Menjou, Hugh Thompson, Russ Powell
74. We Live Again (1934)
9
3
We Live Again
9
3

A young servant girl is seduced and impregnated by a Russian prince. After she loses the baby and moves to the city, she descends into a life of poverty and prostitution. When the prince learns of her crimes, he feels guilty and attempts to redeem her and himself.

As:
Producer
Director:
Rouben Mamoulian
Genres:
Drama
Star Cast:
Fredric March, C. Aubrey Smith, Anna Sten, Sam Jaffe, Jane Baxter
75. Nana (1934)
9
2
Nana
9
2

Nana, a Paris streetwalker, is noticed by theater producer Gaston Greiner who makes her a part of his latest musical. Soon Nana turns a theater star, but the stardom brings on suitors making Greiner jealous and furious. When two brothers, Lt. George Muffat and Col. Andre Muffat, fall for Nana’s charms, it creates a bitter rivalry between them, ending in a tragedy. 

As:
Producer
Director:
George Fitzmaurice, Dorothy Arzner
Genres:
Drama
Star Cast:
Lucille Ball, Mae Clarke, Muriel Kirkland, Lionel Atwill, Phillips Holmes
76. Splendor (1935)
9
3
Splendor
9
3

Since Brighton’s parents are going through financially difficult times, they are disappointed after he marries Phyllis, a girl from an impoverished family. Although Phyllis is supportive of his career, and wants him to continue his struggle to become a writer, his mother has other plans for him. She forces him to get a job, and have an affair with a wealthy cousin to advance his career even further.

As:
Producer
Director:
Elliott Nugent
Genres:
Comedy, Romance
Star Cast:
David Niven, Billie Burke, Miriam Hopkins, Helen Westley, Joel McCrea
77. The North Star (1943)
9
2
The North Star
9
2

In 1941, the peaceful life of a Ukrainian village is shattered when they are brutally attacked by the Nazi planes followed by ground strike. Some villagers seek refuge in the hills and get together to rise up against the cruelty, especially when a Nazi doctor begins using the village children to fulfil the blood requirement of their wounded soldier.

As:
Producer
Director:
Lewis Milestone
Genres:
War, Romance, Drama
Star Cast:
Anne Baxter, Walter Huston, Walter Brennan, Erich von Stroheim, Ann Harding
78. The Unholy Garden (1931)
9
2
The Unholy Garden
9
2
As:
Producer
Director:
George Fitzmaurice
Genres:
Drama, Crime, Romance
Star Cast:
Tully Marshall, Estelle Taylor, Ronald Colman, Fay Wray, Warren Hymer
79. Sherlock Holmes (1922)
10
2
Sherlock Holmes
10
2

Based on a play of the same name, based on Arthur Conan Doyle’s characters, this film tells the story of investigator Sherlock Holmes, trying to bring down the criminal mastermind Moriarty as he also solves a crime involving a blackmailed prince.  

As:
Producer
Director:
Albert Parker
Genres:
Mystery, Drama
Star Cast:
John Barrymore, Louis Wolheim, Carol Dempster, Gustav von Seyffertitz, Roland Young
80. Roseanna McCoy (1949)
8
2
Roseanna McCoy
8
2
As:
Producer
Director:
Irving Reis, Nicholas Ray
Genres:
Drama
Star Cast:
Charles Bickford, Raymond Massey, Farley Granger, Richard Basehart, Joan Evans
81. The Adventures of Marco Polo (1938)
8
2
The Adventures of Marco Polo
8
2

Famed Venetian explorer Marco Polo and his assistant Binguccio, travel to Peking to seek out the palace of Chinese Emperor Kublai Khan. Upon reaching, Marco becomes a favorite of the Khan and also falls in love with the Princess Kukachin. However, he has to contend with the emperor’s devious adviser, Ahmed, who wants to overthrow the Khan. 

As:
Producer
Director:
Archie Mayo, John Cromwell
Genres:
Biography, Adventure, Romance
Star Cast:
Lana Turner, Gary Cooper, George Barbier, Basil Rathbone, Binnie Barnes
82. One Heavenly Night (1931)
8
3
One Heavenly Night
8
3
As:
Producer
Director:
George Fitzmaurice
Genres:
Musical, Romance, Comedy
Star Cast:
Lilyan Tashman, John Boles, Leon Errol, Evelyn Laye, Hugh Cameron
83. The Devil Dancer (1927)
8
3
The Devil Dancer
8
3
As:
Producer
Director:
Fred Niblo
Genres:
Drama, Romance
Star Cast:
Anna May Wong, Clive Brook, Gilda Gray, Serge Temoff, Michael Vavitch
84. The Goldwyn Follies (1938)
9
3
The Goldwyn Follies
9
3

Distressed since his last few films are failing, a movie producer named Oliver Merlin chooses a young simple girl to critically evaluate his movies from the point of view of a common man. Things get interesting, when her advice eventually makes his latest film a success. 

As:
Producer
Director:
George Marshall, H.C. Potter
Genres:
Musical, Romance, Comedy
Star Cast:
Alan Ladd, Adolphe Menjou, Kenny Baker, Edgar Bergen, Brothers The Ritz
85. The Magic Flame (1927)
7
2
The Magic Flame
7
2
As:
Producer
Director:
Henry King
Genres:
Drama
Star Cast:
Harvey Clark, Gustav von Seyffertitz, Vilma Bánky, Ronald Colman, Agostino Borgato
86. Honest Hutch (1920)
11
2
Honest Hutch
11
2
As:
Producer
Director:
Clarence G. Badger
Genres:
Western, Comedy
Star Cast:
Will Rogers, Mary Alden, Tully Marshall, Nick Cogley, Priscilla Bonner
87. Jes' Call Me Jim (1920)
12
2
Jes' Call Me Jim
12
2
As:
Producer
Director:
Clarence G. Badger
Genres:
Drama
Star Cast:
Will Rogers, Raymond Hatton, Irene Rich, Lionel Belmore, Jimmy Rogers
88. The Eternal City (1923)
11
2
The Eternal City
11
2
As:
Producer
Director:
George Fitzmaurice
Genres:
War, Drama
Star Cast:
Lionel Barrymore, Montagu Love, Bert Lytell, Barbara La Marr, Richard Bennett
89. The Rescue (1929)
10
2
The Rescue
10
2
As:
Producer
Director:
Herbert Brenon
Genres:
Romance, Adventure
Star Cast:
John Davidson, Alfred Hickman, Theodore von Eltz, Ronald Colman, Lili Damita
90. A Thief in Paradise (1925)
9
2
A Thief in Paradise
9
2
As:
Producer
Director:
George Fitzmaurice
Genres:
Drama
Star Cast:
Alec B. Francis, Claude Gillingwater, Ronald Colman, Aileen Pringle, Doris Kenyon