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List of Shelley Winters Movies: Ranked Best To Worst

1. A Patch of Blue (1965)
28
2
A Patch of Blue
28
2

Selina is a blind young woman who has spent her whole life confined in a small apartment with her abusive mother. Her life takes a turn when she meets a man who wants to help her escape her impoverished life. He introduces her to the outside world, and over time, she falls in love with him, unaware that he is black. When her mother finds out about their relationship, she tries to prevent her from seeing him anymore, due to his race.

Role:
Rose-Ann D'Arcey
Starring:
Sidney Poitier, Ivan Dixon, Wallace Ford, Elizabeth Hartman
Directed By:
Guy Green
Awards:
Academy Award for Best Actress in a Supporting Role
2. The Night of the Hunter (1955)
25
2
The Night of the Hunter
25
2

Reverend Harry Powell is a misogynistic serial killer. When he is arrested for a stolen car, he ends up serving time with murderer Ben Harper who has hidden US $10k in his daughter’s doll. When Powell is released after Harper’s execution he reaches the Harpers home with murderous intentions and to recover the money. 

Role:
Willa Harper
Starring:
Robert Mitchum, Lillian Gish, Peter Graves, Evelyn Varden, James Gleason
Directed By:
3. A Place in the Sun (1951)
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3
A Place in the Sun
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3

A Place in the Sun is a romantic drama film which tells the story of George Eastman whose uncle is a wealthy industrialist. However, he is excluded from high society and is given a job at his uncle’s factory, involving manual labor. He soon finds himself involved with a co-worker named Alice. However, when he is introduced to Angela Vickers, a socialite, he falls for her as well.

Role:
Alice Tripp
Starring:
Elizabeth Taylor, Raymond Burr, Montgomery Clift, Anne Revere
Directed By:
George Stevens
4. The Diary of Anne Frank (1959)
25
2
The Diary of Anne Frank
TV-PG
25
2
Role:
Mrs. Petronella Van Daan
Starring:
Joseph Schildkraut, Richard Beymer, Millie Perkins, Gusti Huber
Directed By:
George Stevens
Awards:
Academy Award for Best Actress in a Supporting Role
5. An Average Little Man (1977)
14
3
An Average Little Man
14
3
Role:
Amalia Vivaldi
Starring:
Alberto Sordi, Romolo Valli, Vincenzo Crocitti, Renzo Carboni
Directed By:
Mario Monicelli
6. The Poseidon Adventure (1972)
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3
The Poseidon Adventure
PG
31
3

While sailing from New York City to Athens, an ocean liner is hit by tsunami and overturns. Trapped in the dining room, most of the survivors elect to stay put until helps come, while a passionate priest, who believes that God helps those who help themselves, decides to find a way out. A few of the passengers also follow him. 

Starring:
Directed By:
Irwin Allen, Ronald Neame
Awards:
Golden Globe Award for Best Supporting Actress - Motion Picture
7. Le locataire (1976)
16
2
Le locataire
R
16
2

A bureaucrat rents an apartment in a spooky old building. He soon finds that the inhabitants of the building are quite suspicious, and eventually also comes to know that the previous tenant tried to kill herself by jumping out of the window. As he grows more and more paranoid, he reaches the conclusion that his new neighbors want to kill him. 

Starring:
Roman Polanski, Isabelle Adjani, Melvyn Douglas, Jo Van Fleet
Directed By:
8. Winchester '73 (1950)
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4
Winchester '73
20
4

This Western action drama film tells the story of Lin, who wins a rare rifle in a contest. However, his brother Henry steals it away. Lin sets off on a difficult journey to track him down and find him, in order to claim the rifle back.  Lin’s journey eventually brings him to Dodge City, Kansas.

Role:
Lola Manners
Starring:
Directed By:
Anthony Mann
9. Lolita (1962)
20
4
Lolita
TV-14
20
4

European professor, Humbert Humbert, moves to Beardsley, Ohio, on work assignment. When he rents a room in widow Charlotte Haze’s house, he gets obsessed with her alluring teenage daughter, Lolita, and marries Charlotte just to be near Lolita. After Charlotte’s accidental death, he is sure of having his own way, but has not taken into account Lolita’s interest in other males.

Role:
Charlotte Haze
Directed By:
10. Red River (1948)
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5
Red River
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5

Red River is a Western drama film which tells the story of Tom Dunson who builds a cattle empire with his adopted son Matthew. However, due to his tyrannical ways, Matthew decides to take the herd away from him.

Starring:
John Wayne, Walter Brennan, Joanne Dru, Montgomery Clift, Coleen Gray
Directed By:
Howard Hawks, Arthur Rosson
11. Odds Against Tomorrow (1959)
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2
Odds Against Tomorrow
14
2

David Burke is a former cop whose career had a downfall due to his refusal to work with state crime investigators. He soon hires a tough ex-con artist named Earle Slater, to help him rob a bank. Earle is promised $50,000 if the robbery is a success. Burke also recruits another man named Johnny Ingram, who works at a nightclub. Although Ingram doesn’t want the job, he is forced to accept due to his debts.  

Role:
Lorry
Starring:
Harry Belafonte, Wayne Rogers, Cicely Tyson, Will Kuluva, Robert Ryan, Ed Begley
Directed By:
Robert Wise
12. Executive Suite (1954)
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2
Executive Suite
13
2
Starring:
William Holden, Barbara Stanwyck, John Banner, Fredric March, June Allyson, Walter Pidgeon
Directed By:
Robert Wise
13. Let No Man Write My Epitaph (1960)
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4
Let No Man Write My Epitaph
18
4

A sequel to Knock On My Door, the story revolves around a little boy, who lives in a Chicago tenements with his mother after his father dies in electric chair. Working as a barmaid, she hopes to see him attend college. Meanwhile, he befriends several of his neighbors, who team up together to protect him from following his father’s ways. 

Role:
Nellie Romano
Starring:
Jean Seberg, Ricardo Montalban, Burl Ives, James Darren
Directed By:
Philip Leacock
14. Cry of the City (1948)
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2
Cry of the City
14
2
Role:
Brenda Martingale
Starring:
Victor Mature, Richard Conte, Betty Garde, Fred Clark
Directed By:
Robert Siodmak
15. Phone Call from a Stranger (1952)
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3
Phone Call from a Stranger
17
3
Role:
Binky Gay
Starring:
Bette Davis, Keenan Wynn, Gary Merrill, Michael Rennie
Directed By:
Jean Negulesco
16. Alfie (1966)
18
3
Alfie
TV-14
18
3

Alfie Elkins is a limo driver in Manhattan. Being a sex addict, he indulges in one-night stands with various women. He also maintains a casual relationship with Julie, a single mother, and Dorie, a woman in an unhappy marriage. However, soon he starts to rethink his life.

Role:
Ruby
Starring:
Michael Caine, Jane Asher, Millicent Martin, Julia Foster
Directed By:
Lewis Gilbert
17. He Ran All the Way (1951)
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3
He Ran All the Way
16
3
Role:
Peg Dobbs
Starring:
John Garfield, Wallace Ford, Gladys George, Selena Royle
Directed By:
John Berry
18. Mimì Bluette... fiore del mio giardino (1976)
12
3
Mimì Bluette... fiore del mio giardino
12
3
Role:
Caterina
Starring:
Monica Vitti, Vania Vilers, Tommy Tune, Hella Petri
Directed By:
Carlo Di Palma
19. Larceny (1948)
13
3
Larceny
13
3
Role:
Tory
Starring:
John Payne, Dan Duryea, Joan Caulfield, Dorothy Hart
Directed By:
George Sherman
20. The Three Sisters (1966)
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2
The Three Sisters
12
2

Three sisters are stuck in a Russian town after their father’s death, but they long to return to their lives in Moscow. Things get even worse for them, when Andrei, their only brother gets married to a boorish local woman named Natasha, who makes their lives even more miserable, as she wants to run the family her way.

Role:
Natalya
Starring:
Geraldine Page, Kevin McCarthy, Kim Stanley, Sandy Dennis
Directed By:
Paul Bogart
21. A Double Life (1947)
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2
A Double Life
13
2
Role:
Pat Kroll
Starring:
Ronald Colman, Ray Collins, Edmond O'Brien, Signe Hasso
Directed By:
22. The Young Savages (1961)
15
2
The Young Savages
15
2
Role:
Mary diPace
Starring:
Burt Lancaster, Dina Merrill, Telly Savalas, Edward Andrews, Larry Gates
Directed By:
John Frankenheimer
23. Next Stop, Greenwich Village (1976)
15
2
Next Stop, Greenwich Village
R
15
2
Role:
Faye Lapinsky
Starring:
Christopher Walken, Jeff Goldblum, Bill Murray, Lenny Baker, Ellen Greene, Lois Smith
Directed By:
Paul Mazursky
24. The Scalphunters (1968)
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2
The Scalphunters
15
2
Role:
Kate
Starring:
Ossie Davis, Burt Lancaster, Telly Savalas, Dabney Coleman
Directed By:
25. Over the Brooklyn Bridge (1984)
12
3
Over the Brooklyn Bridge
R
12
3
Starring:
Sid Caesar, Sarah Michelle Gellar, Burt Young, Carol Kane, Elliott Gould
Directed By:
Menahem Golan
26. Harper (1966)
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3
Harper
13
3

Lew Harper is a private investigator in Los Angeles, who is having a divorce from a woman whom he still loves. He is soon hired by a wealthy but disabled woman to find her missing husband. On the way, he gets involved with several strange characters, who threaten him. He continues his investigation which eventually leads him to an alien-smuggling ring.

Starring:
Paul Newman, Robert Wagner, Janet Leigh, Lauren Bacall, Julie Harris, Arthur Hill
Directed By:
Jack Smight
27. Together Again (1944)
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2
Together Again
12
2

Anne, a young widow, who has succeeded her husband as the mayor of the town, takes her duties much too seriously, spending most of her time at the office, making her father-in-law worried about her health and happiness. Then she meets George, who has been hired to sculpt a statue of her late husband and the two develop an instant liking.  

Starring:
Charles Boyer, Irene Dunne, Carl Switzer, Carl 'Alfalfa' Switzer, Charles Coburn
Directed By:
Charles Vidor
28. She's a Soldier Too (1944)
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3
She's a Soldier Too
13
3
Starring:
Lloyd Bridges, Beulah Bondi, Percy Kilbride, Jess Barker
Directed By:
William Castle
29. The Big Knife (1955)
12
3
The Big Knife
12
3
Starring:
Jack Palance, Rod Steiger, Ida Lupino, Wendell Corey, Jean Hagen
Directed By:
Robert Aldrich
30. Buona Sera, Mrs. Campbell (1968)
14
3
Buona Sera, Mrs. Campbell
PG
14
3
Role:
Shirley Newman
Starring:
Gina Lollobrigida, Lee Grant, Telly Savalas, Phil Silvers, Peter Lawford
Directed By:
Melvin Frank
31. Killer McCoy (1947)
13
3
Killer McCoy
13
3

Rising light-weight boxer Tommy McCoy decides to quit when his opponent dies in the ring. However, Tommy’s father has wasted Tommy’s money and has collected large debt to Jim Caighn. So Tommy has to continue boxing for Caighn’s rigged matches. When Tommy falls for Caighn’s daughter, Sheila, Caighn’s rivals kidnap her and order Tommy to take a dive in his big fight.

Starring:
Mickey Rooney, Tom Tully, Brian Donlevy, James Dunn
Directed By:
Roy Rowland
32. Johnny Stool Pigeon (1949)
12
2
Johnny Stool Pigeon
12
2

Treasury Agent George Morton approaches Johnny Evans, whom he had sent to Alcatraz, to persuade him to help apprehend a mob-boss and destroy the drug-ring, in exchange for early parole. Together they trace the drug-mafia first to Vancouver and then to a guest ranch in Tucson, Arizona. They get an inside help when the drug-lord’s girlfriend, Terry, decides to start life anew. 

Role:
Terry Stewart
Starring:
Tony Curtis, John McIntire, Dan Duryea, Howard Duff
Directed By:
William Castle
33. New Orleans (1947)
12
3
New Orleans
12
3

New Orleans is a romantic drama musical film which revolves around Miralee Smith, an opera singer from an influential family, who falls for Nick, a casino owner. However, problems arise because Miralee’s parents don’t approve of their relationship.

Starring:
Irene Rich, Arturo de Córdova, Marjorie Lord, Dorothy Patrick
Directed By:
Arthur Lubin
34. The Great Gatsby (1949)
15
3
The Great Gatsby
15
3

Known for throwing lavish parties in his home in Long Island, Jay Gatsby asks his neighbor Nick Carson to introduce him to his cousin Vicky, whom he loved before going off to war and now wants her back. Although Vicky is now married she is unhappy because her husband is having an extramarital affair. Will their love come to a happy ending? 

Starring:
Alan Ladd, Ruth Hussey, Betty Field, Macdonald Carey
Directed By:
Elliott Nugent
35. Time of Indifference (1964)
11
2
Time of Indifference
11
2

Time of Indifference is a drama film which tells the story of a penniless countess who falls for a young man. However, she is unaware of the fact that he is also involved with her beautiful young daughter.

Role:
Lisa
Starring:
Paulette Goddard, Claudia Cardinale, Rod Steiger, Tomas Milian
Directed By:
Francesco Maselli
36. What's the Matter with Helen? (1971)
18
2
What's the Matter with Helen?
GP
18
2
Role:
Helen Hill aka Helen Martin
Starring:
Agnes Moorehead, Debbie Reynolds, Dennis Weaver, Micheál MacLiammóir
Directed By:
Curtis Harrington
37. I Am a Camera (1955)
10
2
I Am a Camera
10
2

Based on Christopher Isherwood's 1945 book, The Berlin Stories, the film focuses on an unusual friendship between an aspiring English novelist and a flamboyant cabaret entertainer in pre-Nazi era Berlin. Released in July 1955, it went on to become one of the greatest box office hits in Great Britain. 

Role:
Natalia Landauer
Starring:
Laurence Harvey, Lea Seidl, Ron Randell, Julie Harris
Directed By:
Henry Cornelius
38. Flap (1970)
10
2
Flap
GP
10
2

Flapping Eagle, a spirited Indian with drinking problem, follows advice from his friend, Wounded Bear Mr. Smith, a self-proclaimed expert on old Indian treaties, and decides to get justice for his tribesmen. He disrupts a highway project, tethers a helicopter, and steals a train, again on Smith’s advice. Turning an activist, he rebels against the government, claiming the city for his tribe. 

Role:
Dorothy Bluebell
Starring:
Claude Akins, Anthony Quinn, Victor Jory, Tony Bill
Directed By:
Carol Reed
39. Take One False Step (1949)
12
3
Take One False Step
12
3

Take One False Step is a mystery thriller drama film which tells the story of a married college professor who meets an old girlfriend, and reluctantly agrees to have a drink with her. However, the next day, he finds out that she has been murdered and he is the top suspect.

Role:
Catherine Sykes
Starring:
Tony Curtis, William Powell, James Gleason, Marsha Hunt
Directed By:
Chester Erskine
40. Frenchie (1950)
15
3
Frenchie
15
3

Orphaned girl Frenchie Fontaine becomes successful owner of New Orleans casino. She returns to hometown to find her father Frank Dawson’s killers, and buys a casino with the help of sheriff Tom Banning. Soon she falls for Tom, turning his ex-girlfriend Diane jealous. The maneuverings of Diane and Frank’s killers land Tom in jail, making him wonder whether Frenchie will desert him now.

Role:
Frenchie Fontaine
Starring:
Elsa Lanchester, John Russell, Paul Kelly, Joel McCrea
Directed By:
Louis King
41. The Greatest Story Ever Told (1965)
12
3
The Greatest Story Ever Told
12
3

The Greatest Story Ever Told is a historical drama film which revolves around the life and the teachings of Jesus of Nazareth, presented in two parts.  

Starring:
Charlton Heston, Donald Pleasence, David McCallum, Pat Boone, Martin Landau, Angela Lansbury, Max von Sydow
Directed By:
42. Blume in Love (1973)
12
2
Blume in Love
R
12
2

Divorced after being caught with his secretary, a Californian divorce lawyer travels to Vienna, where he and his ex-wife had spent their honeymoon, all the while continuing to love and yearn for her. Meanwhile his wife now has a new boyfriend, an unemployed musician ten years her junior, and to make matters worse he finds that he actually likes the younger man. 

Role:
Mrs. Cramer
Starring:
Kris Kristofferson, George Segal, Marsha Mason, Susan Anspach
Directed By:
Paul Mazursky
43. The Gangster (1947)
12
2
The Gangster
12
2

Shubunka is a racketeer who controls the Neptune Beach waterfront in New York. When a regular customer named Karty, asks Shubunka for help, as he has acquired lots of gambling debts, Shubunka refuses. Meanwhile, he is unaware that Cornell, his rival, has been trying to come up with a scheme to cause his downfall.

Starring:
Akim Tamiroff, Barry Sullivan, Harry Morgan, Belita
Directed By:
Gordon Wiles
44. Meet Danny Wilson (1951)
13
3
Meet Danny Wilson
13
3

Danny Wilson, and his partner, Mike, are two small-time singers. One night, they meet an entertainer named Joy Carroll, who gets them a job at a nightclub which is owned by Nick Driscoll. However, Nick wants half of Danny’s future income. Danny agrees and soon his career reaches new heights.

Role:
Joy Carroll
Starring:
Frank Sinatra, Raymond Burr, Alex Nicol, Vaughn Taylor
Directed By:
Joseph Pevney
45. What a Woman (1943)
11
3
What a Woman
11
3

An author is convinced that his agent is in love with him after selling the movie rights of his book. Their relationship makes headlines as the literary agent finds herself torn between living a lie and losing her client.

Starring:
Rosalind Russell, Alan Dinehart, Brian Aherne, Willard Parker
Directed By:
Irving Cummings
46. The Raging Tide (1951)
12
3
The Raging Tide
12
3
Role:
Connie Thatcher
Starring:
Charles Bickford, Stephen McNally, Richard Conte, Alex Nicol
Directed By:
George Sherman
47. I Died a Thousand Times (1955)
12
2
I Died a Thousand Times
12
2

This 1955 crime film revolves around bank robber Roy Earle. After escaping from prison, he plans one final heist before retiring and giving up his life or crime.  

Role:
Marie Garson
Starring:
Dennis Hopper, Lee Marvin, Jack Palance, Lori Nelson, Pedro Gonzalez Gonzalez
Directed By:
Stuart Heisler
48. Two Smart People (1946)
11
3
Two Smart People
11
3

Ace Connors is a con-man who is about to go to prison for the theft of half-a-million dollar worth of bonds. He arranges a deal to reduce his sentence by testifying against his former partner in crime. Shortly after, he feels that a con-woman, a cop, and his former crime-partner are after his hidden bonds. 

Starring:
Lucille Ball, Hugo Haas, John Hodiak, Lloyd Nolan
Directed By:
Jules Dassin
49. Heavy (1995)
11
3
Heavy
R
11
3
Role:
Dolly Modino
Starring:
Debbie Harry, Liv Tyler, Pruitt Taylor Vince, Joe Grifasi
Directed By:
James Mangold
50. O'Rourke of the Royal Mounted (1954)
10
2
O'Rourke of the Royal Mounted
10
2

Titled Saskatchewan in the USA, the film focuses on North-West Mounted Police Sub-Inspector O'Rourke. While returning from Canada with his adopted brother, Cajou, a Cree, he notices a burned train with a lady as the sole survivor. His inept commander, believing that it is the work of Cree, disarms them. O’Rourke is now forced to revolt against him to save the Mounties from Indian attackers. 

Role:
Grace Markey
Starring:
Alan Ladd, J. Carrol Naish, Robert Douglas, Hugh O'Brian
Directed By:
Raoul Walsh
51. Tonight and Every Night (1945)
11
2
Tonight and Every Night
11
2

Tonight and Every Night is a musical film which tells the story of a photographer working for Life magazine, who comes to London in order to do a story on a local theater troupe which never missed a performance even during the First World War.

Starring:
Rita Hayworth, Leslie Brooks, Janet Blair, Lee Bowman
Directed By:
Victor Saville
52. Enter Laughing (1967)
11
2
Enter Laughing
11
2

Enter Laughing is a comedy film, which tells the story of an aspiring actor David, who joins a theater company. However, he lacks talent and continues to make effort to make his acting debut.  

Role:
Mrs. Emma Kolowitz
Starring:
Rob Reiner, Don Rickles, Elaine May, José Ferrer, Jack Gilford
Directed By:
53. Gran bollito (1979)
10
2
Gran bollito
10
2

This horror drama film tells the story of a mother who is quite possessive of her son, due to the fact that she had lost all twelve of her previous children. When her son starts dating an attractive teacher, she tries her best to stop this from happening.

Role:
Lea
Starring:
Max von Sydow, Laura Antonelli, Renato Pozzetto, Alberto Lionello
Directed By:
Mauro Bolognini
54. There's Something About a Soldier (1943)
11
2
There's Something About a Soldier
11
2

There’s Something About a Soldier is a war drama film which tells the story of Wally and Frank, two friends who enroll for service in the military. Things get complicated and their friendship is tested when both men fall for Carol, a woman working in their base.

Starring:
Blake Edwards, Bruce Bennett, Evelyn Keyes, John Hubbard
Directed By:
Alfred E. Green
55. S.O.B. (1981)
11
2
S.O.B.
R
11
2

Felix is a successful filmmaker who spends $30 million on a musical, but the project flops unexpectedly. Therefore, in order to revive his career, he decides to create an erotic film. Although Felix believes that it has the potential to become the most popular film till date, the only problem is that his lead actress Sally wants to maintain her good girl screen image.

Starring:
Julie Andrews, Larry Hagman, William Holden, Robert Loggia
Directed By:
56. King of the Gypsies (1978)
12
2
King of the Gypsies
R
12
2

Based on a Peter Mass book, the movie adaptation narrates the story of modern-day New York gypsy Dave Stepanowicz. When Dave’s grandfather, the gypsy king Zharko Stepanowicz, names him heir instead of his own son Groffo, violence erupts leading to a major confrontation between Dave and Groffo. 

Role:
Queen Rachel
Starring:
Eric Roberts, Brooke Shields, Susan Sarandon, Sterling Hayden
Directed By:
Frank Pierson
57. Living in a Big Way (1947)
10
2
Living in a Big Way
10
2

Leo marries Margaud after a brief romance before he is sent to fight in a war. When he returns, he is surprised to see that not only is his bride different from what she led him to believe, but she also wants a divorce fast.   

Starring:
Gene Kelly, Charles Winninger, Spring Byington, Marie McDonald
Directed By:
Gregory La Cava
58. My Man and I (1952)
10
2
My Man and I
10
2
Role:
Nancy
Starring:
Claire Trevor, Ricardo Montalban, Wendell Corey, Robert Burton
Directed By:
William A. Wellman
59. Gideon (1998)
10
2
Gideon
10
2
Starring:
Charlton Heston, Mike Connors, Shirley Jones, Carroll O'Connor
Directed By:
Claudia Hoover
60. A House Is Not a Home (1964)
10
3
A House Is Not a Home
10
3

A House is not a Home is a drama film which revolves around the journey of a poor immigrant girl, who eventually becomes the madam of a bordello. Later, she develops feelings for a musician named Casey Booth, but doesn’t reveal what she does for a living.

Role:
Polly Adler
Starring:
Broderick Crawford, Raquel Welch, Robert Taylor, Cesar Romero
Directed By:
Russell Rouse
61. Whoever Slew Auntie Roo? (1971)
12
2
Whoever Slew Auntie Roo?
GP
12
2
Role:
Mrs. Forrest
Starring:
Ralph Richardson, Hugh Griffith, Lionel Jeffries, Mark Lester
Directed By:
Curtis Harrington
62. Sex, Lies and Renaissance (1983)
10
2
Sex, Lies and Renaissance
R
10
2
Role:
Mrs. Cole
Starring:
Oliver Reed, Alfred Marks, Wilfrid Hyde-White, Lisa Foster
Directed By:
Gerry O'Hara
63. A Thousand and One Nights (1945)
11
3
A Thousand and One Nights
11
3

Aladdin is a poor singer who falls for Armina, the Sultan’s daughter, after being enamored by her beauty. He soon comes across a magic lamp, which summons Babs the genie. With the help of the genie, he manages to look like a prince, and decides to ask for the princess’s hand. However, he soon learns that the sultan’s wicked twin brother has usurped the throne. Meanwhile, someone else is also seeking the lamp for their own needs.  

Starring:
Evelyn Keyes, Cornel Wilde, Phil Silvers, Adele Jergens
Directed By:
Alfred E. Green
64. The Balcony (1963)
10
2
The Balcony
10
2

Adapted from a play of the same name, this Oscar-nominated film revolves around the Madame of a brothel who is asked to impersonate the missing queen during a country-wide revolution. Instead she offers three of her customers to play the General, the Bishop and the Chief Justice, all of whom are dead. 

Role:
Madame Irma
Starring:
Peter Falk, Leonard Nimoy, Lee Grant, Jeff Corey
Directed By:
Joseph Strick
65. Wives and Lovers (1963)
9
2
Wives and Lovers
9
2

Bill Austin, a struggling writer, lives with his wife and daughter in a cheap apartment. One day he receives the news that his agent has sold his book to a publisher including the rights to make it into a play. However, soon his wife starts suspecting that he and his agent might be more than just business partners.

Role:
Fran Cabrell
Starring:
Ray Walston, Janet Leigh, Martha Hyer, Van Johnson
Directed By:
John Rich
66. Mambo (1954)
9
2
Mambo
9
2

Giovanna Masetti is a young and poor Venetian woman who is working as an assistant in a shop, and struggling with her difficult life. Things take a turn when a young count sees her in the shop where she works.  

Role:
Toni Salerno
Starring:
Vittorio Gassman, Michael Rennie, Silvana Mangano, Katherine Dunham
Directed By:
Robert Rossen
67. South Sea Sinner (1950)
9
2
South Sea Sinner
9
2

South Sea Sinner is an adventure drama film which tells the story of Jake Davis, a crewman who is wanted for wartime collaboration with the Japanese. Although he wishes to get his name cleared, things get complicated when he is blackmailed by a local hoodlum, who knows his secret.

Role:
Coral
Starring:
Liberace, Macdonald Carey, Luther Adler, Art Smith, Frank Lovejoy
Directed By:
H. Bruce Humberstone
68. Playgirl (1954)
10
2
Playgirl
10
2
Role:
Fran Davis
Starring:
Kent Taylor, Barry Sullivan, Gregg Palmer, Colleen Miller
Directed By:
Joseph Pevney
69. Wild in the Streets (1968)
10
2
Wild in the Streets
10
2
Role:
Daphne Flatow
Starring:
William Gary Busey, Richard Pryor, Hal Holbrook, Paul Frees, Diane Varsi
Directed By:
Barry Shear
70. Arthur! Arthur! (1969)
9
2
Arthur! Arthur!
GP
9
2
Role:
Hester Green
Starring:
Donald Pleasence, Rafiq Anwar, Terry-Thomas, Tammy Grimes
Directed By:
Samuel Gallu
71. Escape in the Fog (1945)
10
2
Escape in the Fog
10
2

Eilene Carr is a veteran nurse who experiences disturbing nightmares and wakes up screaming in a hotel in San Francisco. She soon realizes that the man she saw in her dreams, Barry, is at her hotel. Believing that his life may be in danger, she decides to accompany him to a meeting. However, she is unaware that he is involved in an espionage mission.    

Starring:
Otto Kruger, William Wright, Nina Foch, Konstantin Shayne
Directed By:
Budd Boetticher
72. Untamed Frontier (1952)
10
3
Untamed Frontier
TV-PG
10
3
Role:
Jane Stevens
Starring:
Lee Van Cleef, Minor Watson, Joseph Cotten, Scott Brady
Directed By:
Hugo Fregonese
73. The Portrait of a Lady (1996)
11
2
The Portrait of a Lady
PG-13
11
2

Based on a 1881 novel of the same name, The Portrait of a Lady is a drama film which tells the story of Isabel Archer, a woman who is known for being extremely beautiful. After her uncle passes away, Isabel receives a huge fortune. In order to explore herself, she decides to travel to Europe, where she gets entangled in several misfortunate events.

Starring:
Viggo Mortensen, John Gielgud, Mary-Louise Parker, John Malkovich, Christian Bale, Nicole Kidman, Barbara Hershey
Directed By:
Jane Campion
74. Tennessee Champ (1954)
9
2
Tennessee Champ
9
2

Willy is a fight promoter who meets an illiterate but very religious and gifted boxer named Danny. Over time, Willy manages to turn Danny into a champion. However, when Willy falls into financially tough times, he asks Danny to throw a fight and lose intentionally.

Role:
Sarah Wurble
Starring:
Charles Bronson, Keenan Wynn, Earl Holliman, Dave O'Brien, Dewey Martin
Directed By:
Fred M. Wilcox
75. Knickerbocker Holiday (1944)
9
2
Knickerbocker Holiday
9
2
Role:
Ulda Tienhoven (as Shelley Winter)
Starring:
Ernest Cossart, Nelson Eddy, Charles Coburn, Constance Dowling
Directed By:
Harry Joe Brown
76. Looping (1981)
9
2
Looping
9
2
Role:
Carmen
Starring:
Hans Christian Blech, Barbara Valentin, Sydne Rome, Ingrid Caven
Directed By:
Walter Bockmayer, Rolf Bührmann
77. Cash on Delivery (1954)
9
2
Cash on Delivery
9
2
Role:
Myrtle La Mar
Starring:
Nicholas Parsons, Peggy Cummins, John Gregson, Wilfrid Hyde-White, Mona Washbourne
Directed By:
Muriel Box
78. Cleopatra Jones (1973)
11
3
Cleopatra Jones
PG
11
3
Starring:
Esther Rolle, Bernie Casey, Brenda Sykes, Dan Frazer, Tamara Dobson
Directed By:
Jack Starrett
79. The Mad Room (1969)
11
2
The Mad Room
M
11
2
Role:
Mrs. Armstrong
Starring:
Stella Stevens, Skip Ward, Severn Darden, Carol Cole
Directed By:
Bernard Girard
80. The Chapman Report (1962)
9
2
The Chapman Report
9
2

Dr. Chapman and his assistant Paul Radford are conducting a nationwide anonymous sex survey on American women, who they believe have too little knowledge about this crucial accept of their life. Adapted from Irving Wallace’s eponymous novel, the film follows the sexual life of four suburban women, focusing on Radford’s involvement with one of them. 

Role:
Sarah Garnell
Starring:
Lesley Ann Warren, Cloris Leachman, Jane Fonda, Efrem Zimbalist Jr., Claire Bloom, Glynis Johns
Directed By:
81. The Magician of Lublin (1979)
9
2
The Magician of Lublin
R
9
2

Yasha Mazur is a magician in Poland, who has an ambition to figure out how to fly. He eventually claims that he has achieved it, and says he will demonstrate his ability, if given the chance to perform in the most prestigious theater in Warsaw.

Role:
Elzbieta
Starring:
Alan Arkin, Louise Fletcher, Lou Jacobi, Valerie Perrine
Directed By:
Menahem Golan
82. The Fighting Guardsman (1946)
9
2
The Fighting Guardsman
9
2

The Fighting Guardsman is an action adventure drama film which takes us to a time just before the French Revolution. It tells the story of a French baron who leads a band of rebels, and begins an uprising against the aristocracy. They also rob from the wealthy class to give to the poor.  

Starring:
John Loder, Anita Louise, Edgar Buchanan, Janis Carter
Directed By:
Henry Levin
83. The Treasure of Pancho Villa (1955)
11
2
The Treasure of Pancho Villa
11
2

The Treasure of Pancho Villa is a Western film which tells the story of Tom Bryan, an American adventurer, who competes with a famed Mexican bandit to recover a lost gold shipment.  

Role:
Ruth Harris
Starring:
Rory Calhoun, Gilbert Roland, Joseph Calleia, Fanny Schiller
Directed By:
George Sherman
84. Something to Hide (1972)
10
2
Something to Hide
10
2

Something to Hide is a British crime drama thriller film which tells the story of a man who is harassed by his bad-tempered wife. After his wife disappears, he picks up a pretty hitchhiker who is pregnant. Before he knows it, he finds himself involved in violence and murder.

Role:
Gabriella
Starring:
Peter Finch, Colin Blakely, Linda Hayden, John Stride
Directed By:
Alastair Reid
85. Journey Into Fear (1975)
9
2
Journey Into Fear
R
9
2

Howard is an American engineer living in Istanbul, who is targeted for assassination, as he has made contributions to the Turkish Navy. Eventually he manages to escape with the help of police Colonel Haki, and decides to board a ship to safety from his hotel. On board, one of the passengers seem suspicious.

Starring:
Ian McShane, Jackie Cooper, Sam Waterston, Vincent Price, Donald Pleasence, Zero Mostel
Directed By:
Daniel Mann
86. Bloody Mama (1970)
11
3
Bloody Mama
R
11
3
Role:
'Ma' Kate Barker
Starring:
Bruce Dern, Scatman Crothers, Robert De Niro, Pat Hingle, Don Stroud, Diane Varsi
Directed By:
87. Behave Yourself! (1951)
10
3
Behave Yourself!
10
3
Role:
Kate Denny
Starring:
William Demarest, Francis L. Sullivan, Farley Granger, Margalo Gillmore
Directed By:
George Beck
88. Abie's Irish Rose (1946)
9
2
Abie's Irish Rose
9
2
Starring:
Joanne Dru, George E. Stone, Michael Chekhov, Richard Norris
Directed By:
A. Edward Sutherland
89. Poor Pretty Eddie (1975)
9
3
Poor Pretty Eddie
R
9
3

After taking a wrong turn on her road trip, a jazz singer’s car breaks down near an isolated lodge. The lodge is owned by a psychopathic young man who takes her prisoner after sexually assaulting her. 

Role:
Bertha
Starring:
Slim Pickens, Ted Cassidy, Dub Taylor, Leslie Uggams
Directed By:
David Worth, Richard Robinson
90. The Delta Force (1986)
8
2
The Delta Force
R
8
2

The Delta Force is an action film which takes us to 1985 when Lebanese terrorists hijack an American Flight, which was flying from Cairo to New York City. After all the 144 passengers and crew are taken hostage, the terrorists start making demands from the US government. Soon the Delta Force is sent in to resolve the crisis.

Starring:
Chuck Norris, George Harris Kennedy, Jr, Kevin Dillon, Lee Marvin, Robert Forster, Martin Balsam
Directed By:
Menahem Golan
91. That Lucky Touch (1975)
8
2
That Lucky Touch
PG
8
2

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:
Diana Steedeman
Starring:
Roger Moore, Lee J. Cobb, Jean-Pierre Cassel, Susannah York
Directed By:
Christopher Miles
92. The Visitor (1979)
8
2
The Visitor
R
8
2
Starring:
Franco Nero, Mel Ferrer, John Huston, Glenn Ford
Directed By:
Giulio Paradisi
93. Diamonds (1975)
8
3
Diamonds
PG
8
3
Role:
Zelda Shapiro
Starring:
Robert Shaw, Barbara Hershey, Richard Roundtree, Joseph Shiloach
Directed By:
Menahem Golan
94. How Do I Love Thee? (1970)
8
2
How Do I Love Thee?
GP
8
2

How Do I Love Thee? is a comedy drama film which tells the story of Tom Waltz, a college teacher who finds out that his ailing father Stanley, a furniture mover, is in Lourdes, Frances. He catches a flight there, despite the objections of his wife. Meanwhile, Stanley, who had been tempted by a woman named Lena, despite being married, receives a poem as a parting gift from her. He enters the poem into a contest, which gives him a monetary award of $ 10,000. However problems occur when it seems that the poem is not in fact original.  

Role:
Lena Mervin
Starring:
Jackie Gleason, Maureen O'Hara, Rosemary Forsyth, Rick Lenz
Directed By:
Michael Gordon
95. Il silenzio dei prosciutti (1994)
7
1
Il silenzio dei prosciutti
R
7
1

This comedy thriller film is a parody of the psychological thriller films ‘The Silence of the Lambs’ and ‘Pyscho’. The film revolves around Jo Dee Foster, a rookie FBI agent, who is on his first case, looking for a serial killer who is wanted for over 120 murders. In order to find the killer, Fostar enlists the help of a convicted murderer named Animal Cannibal Pizza.

Starring:
Billy Zane, Phyllis Diller, Mel Brooks, John Carpenter, Dom DeLuise, Martin Balsam
Directed By:
Ezio Greggio
96. Ellie (1984)
7
1
Ellie
R
7
1
Role:
Cora Jackson
Starring:
George Gobel, Pat Paulsen, Edward Albert, Sheila Kennedy
Directed By:
Peter Wittman
97. City on Fire (1979)
6
1
City on Fire
R
6
1

A resentful ex-employee floods the city sewers with petrochemicals by opening valves of an oil refinery which was built at the center of the town with a corrupt mayor’s consent. After a major explosion at refinery the fire spreads rapidly throughout the city. Dr. Whitman and Nurse Harper at the city hospital and fire-chief, Risley, fight valiantly to save the disaster victims. 

Role:
Nurse Andrea Harper
Starring:
James Franciscus, Ava Gardner, Henry Fonda, Leslie Nielsen, Barry Newman, Susan Clark
Directed By:
Alvin Rakoff
98. Jury Duty (1995)
7
1
Jury Duty
PG-13
7
1

Jury Duty is a comedy film which tells the story of an unemployed good-for-nothing man named Tommy, who manages to get enrolled as a juror in a serial killer trial. In order to exploit the remuneration that is paid to jury members, including free lodging and fooding, he tries to prolong the trial for as long as possible.

Starring:
Pauly Shore, Tia Carrere, Brian Doyle-Murray, Abe Vigoda, Stanley Tucci
Directed By:
John Fortenberry
99. Tentacoli (1977)
6
1
Tentacoli
PG
6
1
Role:
Tillie Turner
Starring:
Claude Akins, John Huston, Henry Fonda, Bo Hopkins, Delia Boccardo
Directed By:
Ovidio G. Assonitis
100. Sailor's Holiday (1944)
11
2
Sailor's Holiday
11
2
Role:
Gloria Flynn (as Shelley Winter)
Starring:
Arthur Lake, Bob Haymes, Jane Lawrence, Lewis Wilson
Directed By:
William Berke
101. Touch of a Stranger (1990)
11
2
Touch of a Stranger
R
11
2
Starring:
Anthony Nocerino, Hayley Taylor
Directed By:
Brad M. Gilbert
102. An Unremarkable Life (1989)
11
2
An Unremarkable Life
PG
11
2
Role:
Evelyn McEllany
Starring:
Mako Iwamatsu, Patricia Neal, Mako, Jenny Chrisinger, Charles S. Dutton
Directed By:
Amin Q. Chaudhri
103. Stepping Out (1991)
10
2
Stepping Out
PG
10
2
Starring:
Liza Minnelli, Jane Krakowski, Sheila McCarthy, Bill Irwin, Ellen Greene
Directed By:
Lewis Gilbert
104. La bomba (1999)
9
2
La bomba
9
2
Starring:
Vittorio Gassman, Vito Antuofermo, Alexis Arts, Enrico Brignano
Directed By:
Giulio Base
105. Déjà Vu (1985)
7
1
Déjà Vu
R
7
1
Role:
Olga Nabokova
Starring:
Claire Bloom, Nigel Terry, Jaclyn Smith, Richard Kay
Directed By:
Anthony B. Richmond
106. Purple People Eater (1988)
8
1
Purple People Eater
PG
8
1
Role:
Rita
Starring:
Peggy Lipton, Neil Patrick Harris, Ned Beatty, Linda Talcott
Directed By:
Linda Shayne
107. Mrs. Munck (1995)
8
1
Mrs. Munck
R
8
1
Role:
Aunt Monica
Starring:
Diane Ladd, Kelly Preston, Bruce Dern, Jim Walton
Directed By:
Diane Ladd
108. The Pickle (1993)
7
1
The Pickle
R
7
1
Role:
Yetta
Starring:
Rebecca Miller, Danny Aiello, Ally Sheedy, Jerry Stiller, Dudley Moore, Dyan Cannon
Directed By:
Paul Mazursky
109. Very Close Quarters (1986)
6
1
Very Close Quarters
R
6
1
Role:
Galina
Starring:
Paul Sorvino, Farley Granger, Theodore Bikel, Lee Taylor-Allan
Directed By:
Vladimir Rif
110. Witchfire (1986)
6
1
Witchfire
6
1
Role:
Lydia
Starring:
Peter Masterson, Vanessa Blanchard, Corinne Chateau, Francesca De Sapio
Directed By:
Vincent J. Privitera
111. Raging Angels (1995)
5
1
Raging Angels
R
5
1
Starring:
Diane Ladd, Michael Paré, Arielle Dombasle, Sean Patrick Flanery
Directed By:
Alan Smithee
112. Backfire! (1995)
4
1
Backfire!
PG-13
4
1
Role:
The Good Lieutenant
Starring:
Edie Falco, Robert Mitchum, Telly Savalas, Kathy Ireland
Directed By:
A. Dean Bell

TV Movie(s)

1. Parade of Stars (1983)
14
3
Parade of Stars
14
3
Starring:
David Cassidy, Michael York, Jeanne Moreau, Eddie Albert, Christopher Plummer, Pam Dawber, Jack Klugman
Directed By:
Clark Jones
2. A Death of Innocence (1971)
13
2
A Death of Innocence
13
2
Role:
Elizabeth Cameron
Starring:
Ann Sothern, Arthur Kennedy, John Randolph, Harold Gould
Directed By:
Paul Wendkos
3. Adventures of Nick Carter (1972)
11
2
Adventures of Nick Carter
11
2
Role:
Bess Tucker
Starring:
Sorrell Booke, Broderick Crawford, Neville Brand, Pernell Roberts, Robert Conrad
Directed By:
Paul Krasny
4. Elvis (1979)
12
2
Elvis
12
2
Role:
Gladys Presley
Starring:
Kurt Russell, Season Hubley, Ed Begley Jr., Bing Russell, Robert Gray
Directed By:
John Carpenter
5. Alice in Wonderland (1985)
13
2
Alice in Wonderland
TV-PG
13
2
Starring:
Scott Baio, Sherman Hemsley, Patrick Duffy, Anthony Newley, Steve Allen, John Stamos, Ernest Borgnine
Directed By:
Harry Harris
6. Revenge! (1971)
11
2
Revenge!
11
2
Role:
Amanda Hilton
Starring:
Stuart Whitman, Bradford Dillman, Roger Perry, Carol Eve Rossen
Directed By:
Jud Taylor
7. The Devil's Daughter (1973)
10
2
The Devil's Daughter
10
2
Role:
Lilith Malone
Starring:
Diane Ladd, Abe Vigoda, Belinda Montgomery, Robert Foxworth, Jonathan Frid
Directed By:
Jeannot Szwarc
8. Big Rose: Double Trouble (1974)
10
2
Big Rose: Double Trouble
10
2
Role:
Rose Winters
Starring:
Lonny Chapman, Michael Constantine, Barry Primus, Joan Van Ark
Directed By:
Paul Krasny
9. The Initiation of Sarah (1978)
10
2
The Initiation of Sarah
10
2
Role:
Mrs. Erica Hunter
Starring:
Talia Balsam, Kathryn Grant, Tony Bill, Kay Lenz
Directed By:
Robert Day
10. The Sex Symbol (1974)
9
2
The Sex Symbol
9
2
Role:
Agatha Murphy
Starring:
Connie Stevens, William Castle, Jack Carter, Don Murray
Directed By:
David Lowell Rich
11. Emma and Grandpa on the Farm (1983)
13
3
Emma and Grandpa on the Farm
13
3
Role:
The Narrator
Starring:
Emma Helmer, Alan Manson
Directed By:
Joy Whitby
12. The Sleeping Beauty (1987)
11
2
The Sleeping Beauty
11
2
Starring:
Catherine Foulkes, Robin Cousins, Rosalynn Sumners, Nathan Birch
Directed By:
Tom Gutteridge
13. Weep No More, My Lady (1992)
6
1
Weep No More, My Lady
PG-13
6
1
Starring:
Kristin Scott Thomas, Daniel J. Travanti, Francesca Annis, Pascal Ternisien
Directed By:
Michel Andrieu

Animation(s)

Frosty's Winter Wonderland (1976)
Frosty's Winter Wonderland
Role:
Crystal (voice)
Starring:
Andy Griffith, Dennis Day, Paul Frees, Jackie Vernon
Directed By:
Jules Bass, Arthur Rankin Jr.
Rudolph and Frosty's Christmas in July (1979)
Rudolph and Frosty's Christmas in July
TV-G
Starring:
Ethel Merman, Mickey Rooney, Jackie Vernon, Red Buttons
Directed By:
Jules Bass, Arthur Rankin Jr.
Pete's Dragon (1977)
Pete's Dragon
G
Plot:

Pete’s Dragon is an adventure fantasy comedy film which tells the story of a magical dragon who helps an orphan boy to escape from his abusive foster parents.

Role:
Lena Gogan
Starring:
Mickey Rooney, Jim Dale, Red Buttons, Helen Reddy
Directed By:
Don Chaffey

TV Shows and Videos

Kraft Television Theatre (1947)
Kraft Television Theatre
Starring:
James Whitmore, Bea Arthur, Walter Matthau, Lorne Greene, Harry Dean Stanton, George Reeves, George C. Scott
Directed By:
William A. Graham, Stanley Quinn, Paul Bogart, Harry Herrmann, Richard Dunlap
Schlitz Playhouse of Stars (1951)
Schlitz Playhouse of Stars
Starring:
James Dean, David Niven, Burt Reynolds, Mary Tyler Moore, Angie Dickinson, Peter Lorre, John Carradine
Directed By:
Roy Kellino, Jus Addiss, Robert Florey, John Brahm, Ted Post
The Ford Television Theatre (1952)
The Ford Television Theatre
Starring:
Zsa Zsa Gabor, Natalie Wood, Rita Moreno, Jane Wyatt, Joan Fontaine, Donna Reed, Merle Oberon
Directed By:
James Neilson, Ted Post, Anton Leader, Fred F. Sears, Arnold Laven
Producers' Showcase (1954)
Producers' Showcase
Starring:
Audrey Hepburn, Humphrey Bogart, Buster Keaton, Sir John Mills, Greer Garson, Carl Reiner, Tina Louise
Directed By:
Clark Jones, Kirk Browning, Delbert Mann, Vincent J. Donehue, Alex Segal
The United States Steel Hour (1953)
The United States Steel Hour
Starring:
Betty White, Carol Burnett, William Shatner, Sydney Pollack, Audra Lindley, Hume Cronyn, Celeste Holm
Directed By:
Alex Segal, Paul Bogart, Tom Donovan, Daniel Petrie, Bruce Minnix
Armchair Theatre (1956)
Armchair Theatre
Starring:
Michael Crawford, Jane Birkin, Tim Curry, Britt Ekland, Judi Dench, Derek Jacobi, Carroll Baker
Directed By:
Philip Saville, Charles Jarrott, Guy Verney, Ted Kotcheff, Dennis Vance
That's Life (1968)
That's Life
Starring:
Rodney Dangerfield, Paul Lynde, George Burns, Liza Minnelli, Betty White, Sid Caesar, Agnes Moorehead
Directed By:
Stan Harris
Bob Hope Presents the Chrysler Theatre (1963)
Bob Hope Presents the Chrysler Theatre
Starring:
Ed Asner, Ginger Rogers, George Takei, Robert Reed, Bob Newhart, Cliff Robertson, Katharine Ross
Directed By:
Stuart Rosenberg, Sydney Pollack, Ron Winston, David Butler, Lawrence Dobkin
Awards:
Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Single Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role
The French Atlantic Affair (1979)
The French Atlantic Affair
Starring:
Ted Danson, Louis Jourdan, Carolyn Jones, Michelle Phillips, Telly Savalas, Donald Pleasence, José Ferrer
Directed By:
Douglas Heyes
Thirty-Minute Theatre (1965)
Thirty-Minute Theatre
Starring:
Diane Cilento, Marianne Faithfull, Tom Conti, Jack Wild, Miriam Margolyes, Phil Collins, Joss Ackland
Directed By:
Michael Hart, Geoffrey Nethercott, Rodney Bennett, Piers Haggard, Tristan Cole de Vere
Batman (1966)
Batman
TV-G
Starring:
Art Carney, Edward G. Robinson, Teri Garr, Joan Collins, Bruce Lee, Milton Berle, Anne Baxter
Directed By:
Oscar Rudolph, James B. Clark, George Waggner, Sam Strangis, Robert Butler
Wagon Train (1957)
Wagon Train
Starring:
David Carradine, Elizabeth Montgomery, Annette Funicello, Dawn Wells, Ryan O'Neal, Sessue Hayakawa, Joyce Bulifant
Directed By:
Virgil W. Vogel, Joseph Pevney, Jerry Hopper, Allen H. Miner, Herschel Daugherty
Ben Casey (1961)
Ben Casey
Starring:
Jerry Lewis, Gloria Swanson, Gavin MacLeod, James Doohan, Richard Dreyfuss, Mary Wickes, Denver Pyle
Directed By:
Leo Penn, Allen Reisner, Alex March, Charles R. Rondeau, Vince Edwards
Alcoa Premiere (1961)
Alcoa Premiere
Starring:
Fred Astaire, Robert Redford, John Forsythe, Bobby Troup, Ray Milland, Marion Ross, Patrick Wayne
Directed By:
John Newland, James Sheldon, Alan Crosland Jr., Herschel Daugherty, Bernard Girard
The DuPont Show of the Month (1957)
The DuPont Show of the Month
Starring:
Barbara Bel Geddes, Richard Burton, Jessica Tandy, Mike Nichols, Eli Wallach, Sal Mineo, Elaine Stritch
Directed By:
Robert Mulligan, Ralph Nelson, Alex Segal, Sidney Lumet, Daniel Petrie
Here's Lucy (1968)
Here's Lucy
Starring:
Flip Wilson, Jack Benny, Dinah Shore, Danny Thomas, Mel Blanc, Joan Rivers, Eve Plumb
Directed By:
Coby Ruskin, Jack Donohue, Herbert Kenwith, George Marshall, Jack Baker
Climax! (1954)
Climax!
Starring:
Anne Bancroft, Jack Lord, Red Skelton, Joanne Woodward, Steven McQueen, Frances Bavier, Teresa Wright
Directed By:
Buzz Kulik, Allen Reisner, John Frankenheimer, Paul Nickell, Jack Smight
The Alcoa Hour (1955)
The Alcoa Hour
Starring:
George Peppard, Jason Robards, Helen Hayes, Nanette Fabray, Anne Bancroft, Vincent Price, Lloyd Bridges
Directed By:
Robert Mulligan, Herbert Hirschman, Norman Felton, Sidney Lumet, Kirk Browning
Kojak (1973)
Kojak
TV-PG
Starring:
John Ritter, Erik Estrada, Edward James Olmos, Sylvester Stallone, Armand Assante, John Aniston, Jeffrey Tambor
Directed By:
Charles S. Dubin, Jeannot Szwarc, Sigmund Neufeld Jr., Russ Mayberry, Nicholas Sgarro
McCloud (1970)
McCloud
Starring:
Linda Evans, Jane Seymour, Don Ameche, Eric Braeden, Lorna Luft, Della Reese, Bernadette Peters
Directed By:
E.W. Swackhamer, Ron Satlof, Bruce Kessler, Russ Mayberry, Lou Antonio
Chico and the Man (1974)
Chico and the Man
TV-G
Starring:
Alice Ghostley, Scatman Crothers, Audra Lindley, Della Reese, George Takei, Pat Morita, Freddie Prinze
Play of the Week (1959)
Play of the Week
Starring:
Tom Bosley, Doris Roberts, Charles Grodin, Gene Wilder, Larry Hagman, Celeste Holm, Lillian Gish
Directed By:
Marc Daniels, Henry Kaplan, Ralph Nelson, Don Richardson, Paul Bogart
Vega$ (1978)
Vega$
Starring:
Kim Cattrall, Melanie Griffith, Tanya Roberts, Robert Urich, Kim Basinger, Eleanor Parker, Sybil Danning
Directed By:
Don Chaffey, Cliff Bole, Lawrence Dobkin, Lawrence Doheny, Ray Austin
Hotel (1983)
Hotel
Starring:
George Lazenby, James Brolin, Timothy Busfield, Adrienne Barbeau, River Phoenix, Stewart Granger, Karen Grassle
Directed By:
Bruce Bilson, Jerome Courtland, Nancy Malone, James Brolin, Vincent McEveety
Roseanne (1988)
Roseanne
TV-PG
Starring:
George Clooney, Alexis Arquette, Traci Lords, Leonardo DiCaprio, Roseanne Barr, Johnny Galecki, Fred Willard
Directed By:
Gail Mancuso, Andrew D. Weyman, John Pasquin, John Whitesell, Philip Charles MacKenzie
ITV Saturday Night Theatre (1969)
ITV Saturday Night Theatre
Starring:
Anthony Hopkins, Alan Bennett, Alec Guinness, Brian Blessed, Richard Chamberlain, Ian Holm, John Hurt
Directed By:
John Jacobs, Marc Miller, Valerie Hanson, Barry Davis, John Sichel
The Love Boat (1977)
The Love Boat
TV-G
Starring:
Barry Van Dyke, Rosey Grier, Andy Warhol, Pam Grier, Courteney Cox, Bob Denver, Vanessa Lynn Williams
Directed By:
Richard Kinon, Roger Duchowny, Robert Scheerer, Allen Baron, Ted Lange
Hawaiian Heat (1984)
Hawaiian Heat
Starring:
Mako Iwamatsu, Mako, Robert Ginty, Jeff McCracken, Donna Dixon

Shelley Winters Awards

Academy Awards
A Patch of Blue Best Actress in a Supporting Role 1966
The Diary of Anne Frank Best Actress in a Supporting Role 1960
Golden Globe Awards
The Poseidon Adventure Best Supporting Actress - Motion Picture 1973
Primetime Emmy Awards
Bob Hope Presents the Chrysler Theatre Outstanding Single Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role 1964