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List of Sharon Tate Movies: Ranked Best To Worst

1. Dance of the Vampires (1967)
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Dance of the Vampires
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12

Vampire researcher Professor Abronsius and his dim-witted assistant Alfred reach a far-off Transylvanian village looking for vampires. Alfred falls for the inn-keeper’s daughter Sarah who gets kidnapped by inscrutable Count von Krolock. When Professor and Alfred reach Count’s castle to rescue Sarah, the Count invites them for the ball at night. They must attend to save Sarah and kill their undead host. 

Role:
Sarah Shagal
Starring:
Roman Polanski, Jack MacGowran, Alfie Bass, Jessie Robins
Directed By:
2. Valley of the Dolls (1967)
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Valley of the Dolls
PG-13
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6

Based on a best-selling novel, this musical drama film revolves around three young women, Anne, Neely and Jennifer, who are in the show business. The film chronicles their lives starting from their rise to fame, to their downfall. 

Role:
Jennifer North
Starring:
Susan Hayward, Lee Grant, Richard Dreyfuss, Dionne Warwick, Barbara Parkins, Patty Duke, Paul Burke
Directed By:
Mark Robson
4. Don't Make Waves (1967)
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Don't Make Waves
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4

Carlo Cofield, a New York tourist visiting California, gets hit by a careless driver Laura who allows him to stay at her place, but her boyfriend throws him out. While sleeping on the beach, Carlo almost drowns when a mouth-to-mouth resuscitation from lovely skydiver Malibu saves his life. Attracted to Malibu, he faces a dilemma when he is also pursued by Laura.

 

Role:
Malibu
Starring:
Tony Curtis, Claudia Cardinale, Robert Webber, Joanna Barnes
Directed By:
Alexander Mackendrick
5. 12 + 1 (1969)
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12 + 1
R
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5

Italian-American barber, Mario Beretti, reaches England to collect the inheritance left by his aunt. Disappointed to find just few antique chairs, he sells them only to realize that one of them contained a fortune. As he tries to get those chairs back, antique-dealer Pat joins him in this quest. They travel around Europe, encounter some interesting characters….but do they get the chair?

Role:
Pat
Directed By:
Nicolas Gessner, Luciano Lucignani

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Barabbas (1961)
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Barabbas
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6

This film provides a unique view on the well-known story of the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ, through the eyes of the thief named Barabbas, who was spared from the cross since Christ was chosen in his place.  

Role:
Patrician in Arena (uncredited)
Starring:
Ernest Borgnine, Jack Palance, Katy Jurado, Anthony Quinn, Vittorio Gassman, Silvana Mangano, Arthur Kennedy
Directed By:
Richard Fleischer