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List of Trevor Howard Movies: Ranked Best To Worst

1. The Third Man (1949)
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2
The Third Man
18
2

Struggling American writer Holly Martins arrives in post-WWII Vienna to meet his childhood friend Harry Lime, who has offered him a job, but learns that he died in a road accident recently. Finding inconsistencies in different stories about his friend's death, he begins an investigation into the matter, and also becomes attracted to his lover Anna Schmidt.

Role:
Maj. Calloway
Starring:
Orson Welles, Joseph Cotten, Bernard Lee, Alida Valli
Directed By:
Carol Reed
2. Gandhi (1982)
17
2
Gandhi
PG
17
2

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

Role:
Judge Broomfield
Directed By:
3. Brief Encounter (1945)
17
2
Brief Encounter
17
2

Brief Encounter is an American romantic drama film, which tells the story of a bored suburban housewife Laura Jesson, who, while returning from a shopping trip from a nearby town, gets acquainted with a virtuous doctor Alec Harvey. She eventually finds herself attracted to him, and is tempted to cheat on her husband.

Role:
Dr. Alec Harvey
Starring:
Noël Coward, Stanley Holloway, Celia Johnson, Joyce Carey
Directed By:
4. The Passionate Friends (1949)
14
2
The Passionate Friends
14
2
Role:
Professor Steven Stratton
Starring:
Ann Todd, Claude Rains, Betty Ann Davies, Isabel Dean
Directed By:
5. Ludwig (1973)
12
2
Ludwig
PG
12
2
Role:
Richard Wagner
Starring:
Romy Schneider, Silvana Mangano, Gert Fröbe, Helmut Berger
Directed By:
Luchino Visconti
6. Ryan's Daughter (1970)
15
2
Ryan's Daughter
GP
15
2

Ryan’s Daughter is a romantic comedy film which revolves around Rosy Ryan, a young married woman living in a small village in Ireland, during the time just before the World War I. She finds herself attracted to a young British officer who is a customer in her father’s pub.

Role:
Father Collins
Starring:
Robert Mitchum, Sir John Mills, John Mills, Christopher Jones, Leo McKern
Directed By:
7. Green for Danger (1946)
13
4
Green for Danger
13
4
Role:
The Hospital Staff - The Doctors: Dr. Barnes
Starring:
Henry Edwards, Leo Genn, Ronald Adam, Judy Campbell
Directed By:
Sidney Gilliat
8. Mutiny on the Bounty (1962)
16
3
Mutiny on the Bounty
16
3

In the 18th century, the Bounty sets sail to Tahiti from Britain, under the command of Captain William Bligh. His mission involves retrieving a shipload of breadfruit saplings, and transporting them to Jamaica, as the government hopes it will prove to be a cheap source of food for slaves.

Role:
Captain William Bligh
Starring:
Marlon Brando, Richard Harris, Hugh Griffith, Richard Haydn
Directed By:
Lewis Milestone, Carol Reed
10. Father Goose (1964)
12
2
Father Goose
12
2

Father Goose is a romantic comedy war adventure film which tells the story of an American man who is persuaded to live in an isolated island during the World War II, to spy on planes that pass over the area. His life takes a turn when he meets a schoolteacher trying to save herself and her students from the Japanese forces.

Role:
Houghton
Starring:
Cary Grant, Leslie Caron, Jack Good, Sharyl Locke
Directed By:
Ralph Nelson
11. Johnny in the Clouds (1945)
11
4
Johnny in the Clouds
11
4
Starring:
Jean Simmons, Sir John Mills, John Mills, Douglass Montgomery, Michael Redgrave, Rosamund John
Directed By:
Anthony Asquith
12. Sons and Lovers (1960)
12
2
Sons and Lovers
12
2
Role:
Walter Morel
Starring:
Donald Pleasence, Dean Stockwell, Wendy Hiller, Mary Ure
Directed By:
Jack Cardiff
13. Windwalker (1980)
17
2
Windwalker
PG
17
2
Role:
Windwalker
Starring:
James Remar, Serene Hedin, Nick Ramus, Dusty McCrea
Directed By:
Kieth Merrill
14. Light Years Away (1981)
12
3
Light Years Away
12
3
Role:
Yoshka Poliakeff
Starring:
Henri Virlojeux, Bernice Stegers, Mick Ford, Odile Schmitt
Directed By:
Alain Tanner
15. Outcast of the Islands (1951)
12
2
Outcast of the Islands
12
2
Role:
Peter Willems
Starring:
Ralph Richardson, Robert Morley, Wendy Hiller, Kerima
Directed By:
Carol Reed
16. The Clouded Yellow (1950)
16
2
The Clouded Yellow
16
2

A former British spy who is employed at the Fenton country estate aids Fenton’s niece escape from the police after the latter is unjustly accused of murdering a local gamekeeper. 

Role:
Maj. David Somers
Starring:
Jean Simmons, Barry Jones, Sonia Dresdel, Kenneth More
Directed By:
Ralph Thomas
17. Stevie (1978)
12
3
Stevie
PG
12
3

After not seeing his younger friend for a long time, documentary director Steve James decides to catch up with Stephen Fielding, a boy from Illinois, whom he once mentored. However, Fielding is no longer the nerdy kid he once knew, but is now a damaged adult who is convicted of serious crimes.  

Role:
The Man
Starring:
Glenda Jackson, Mona Washbourne, Alec McCowen, Emma Louise Fox
Directed By:
Robert Enders
18. I Became a Criminal (1947)
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4
I Became a Criminal
11
4
Role:
Clem
Starring:
Rene Ray, Griffith Jones, Mary Merrall, Sally Gray
Directed By:
Alberto Cavalcanti
19. The Heart of the Matter (1953)
14
2
The Heart of the Matter
14
2

This drama film takes us to the time of the Second World War. It revolves around a Catholic police officer stationed in Sierra Leone, who is going through a loveless marriage. He eventually falls in love with a young Austrian woman and starts an affair with her. However, he soon starts feeling guilty due to his religion.

Role:
Harry Scobie
Starring:
Peter Finch, Elizabeth Allan, Denholm Elliott, Maria Schell
Directed By:
George More O'Ferrall
20. Superman (1978)
11
6
Superman
PG
11
6

Jor-EI, a scientist from the doomed Planet Krypton, sends his infant son Kal-EI on a spaceship to Earth. Brought up in Smallville by farmers Jonathan and Martha Kent, he becomes aware of his extraordinary abilities during boyhood. Later, working for Daily Planet as a gentle and polite reporter Clark Kent, he uses his superhuman powers to fight criminal mastermind, Lex Luthor. 

Starring:
Christopher Reeve, Gene Hackman, Glenn Ford, Margot Kidder, Jackie Cooper, Larry Hagman, John Ratzenberger
Directed By:
Richard Donner
21. Von Ryan's Express (1965)
12
3
Von Ryan's Express
12
3

This war action adventure film takes us to the Second World War and it revolves around Colonel Ryan, a US Army Air Corps pilot, who finds himself captured by the enemy. Now, he must win the support of the British prisoners of war, so that they can plan a daring escape together.

Role:
Major Eric Fincham
Starring:
Frank Sinatra, James Brolin, Raffaella Carrà, Brad Dexter, Sergio Fantoni
Directed By:
Mark Robson
22. The Lovers of Lisbon (1955)
12
3
The Lovers of Lisbon
12
3
Role:
Inspector Lewis
Starring:
Marcel Dalio, Daniel Gélin, Françoise Arnoul, Amália Rodrigues
Directed By:
Henri Verneuil
23. I See a Dark Stranger (1946)
12
3
I See a Dark Stranger
12
3
Starring:
Deborah Kerr, Liam Redmond, William G. O'Gorman, Harry Webster
Directed By:
Frank Launder
24. Odette (1950)
11
3
Odette
11
3
Role:
Captain Peter Churchill / Raoul
Starring:
Anna Neagle, Peter Ustinov, Bernard Lee, Marius Goring
Directed By:
Herbert Wilcox
25. Battle of Britain (1969)
13
3
Battle of Britain
G
13
3

In 1940, German Luftwaffe begins a series of concentrated aerial attacks to establish air superiority over England. The dedicated pilots of Britain’s RAF face terrible odds, yet repeatedly take to the skies in a desperate battle to stop the outnumbering German Luftwaffe from taking over English skies. Finally, the aggressive counter-attack by the determined RAF succeeds in fending off the Nazi invasion of England.

Role:
Air Vice Marshal Keith Park
Starring:
Michael Caine, Ian McShane, Christopher Plummer, Laurence Olivier, Harry Andrews
Directed By:
Guy Hamilton
26. The Offence (1973)
12
4
The Offence
R
12
4
Role:
Lieutenant Cartwright, Detective Superintendant
Starring:
Sean Connery, Vivien Merchant, Ian Bannen, Peter Bowles
Directed By:
Sidney Lumet
27. Morituri (1965)
11
2
Morituri
11
2
Role:
Colonel Statter
Starring:
Yul Brynner, George Takei, Eric Braeden, Marlon Brando, Janet Margolin, Martin Benrath
Directed By:
Bernhard Wicki
28. The Way Ahead (1944)
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3
The Way Ahead
11
3
Starring:
David Niven, John Laurie, James Donald, Stanley Holloway, Leslie Dwyer
Directed By:
Carol Reed
29. So Well Remembered (1947)
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3
So Well Remembered
11
3

So Well Remembered is a drama film which tells the story of George Boswell, a town councilor and newspaper editor, who at the end of the Second World War, starts to recall the past twenty six years of his life in his hometown. He remembers how as a councilor and newspaper editor, he had fought for better living and working conditions for the people.

Role:
Dr. Richard Whiteside
Starring:
Hayley Mills, Sir John Mills, John Mills, Richard Carlson, Martha Scott, Patricia Roc
Directed By:
Edward Dmytryk
30. Sir Henry at Rawlinson End (1980)
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3
Sir Henry at Rawlinson End
12
3

Sir Henry’s brother, Hubert, was accidentally killed while escaping without trouser from an illicit affair and now roams around trouserless in the corridors of Rawlinson End. The story revolves around Sir Henry’s attempt to exorcise his brother’s ghost with the help of his weird family members and old retainers. 

Role:
Sir Henry Rawlinson
Starring:
Ian McDiarmid, Harry Fowler, Patrick Magee, Denise Coffey
Directed By:
Steve Roberts
31. ...And the Band Played On (1980)
11
3
...And the Band Played On
11
3
Role:
Saltie
Starring:
Robin Nedwell, Jack Douglas, Diane Keen, Sam Kydd
Directed By:
Val Guest
32. The Night Visitor (1971)
10
2
The Night Visitor
PG
10
2

In this US-Swedish psychological thriller film, a man, Salem is imprisoned in an asylum for the criminally insane for a couple of years after being convicted for a murder. Determined to get revenge from those who were responsible for his wrongful conviction and subsequent confinement in the mental institution, he breaks out of the asylum and plots a series of murder.

Role:
Inspector
Starring:
Max von Sydow, Liv Ullmann, Rupert Davies, Per Oscarsson
Directed By:
Laslo Benedek
33. A Matter of Innocence (1967)
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4
A Matter of Innocence
12
4

Polly Barlow sees the world for the first time after she decides to spend some time with her wealthy aunt as a traveling companion. While in India, her aunt passes away, leaving her alone. She soon starts having a romance with a local tour boy.

Starring:
Shashi Kapoor, Hayley Mills, Brenda de Banzie, Dorothy Alison
Directed By:
Guy Green
34. Manuela (1957)
11
3
Manuela
11
3
Role:
James Prothero
Starring:
Christopher Lee, Donald Pleasence, Leslie Weston, Jack MacGowran
Directed By:
Guy Hamilton
35. Malaga (1960)
11
3
Malaga
11
3

After pulling off a major heist, a jewel thief backstabs his partner-in-crime, leaves his girlfriend and goes on the run along with the loot. The locksmith and the girlfriend decide to team up to go after him, and soon they find themselves in Spain.

Role:
John Bain
Starring:
Dorothy Dandridge, Michael Hordern, Edmund Purdom, Paul Stassino
Directed By:
Laslo Benedek
36. Around the World in 80 Days (1956)
10
3
Around the World in 80 Days
10
3

Around the World in 80 Days is an Oscar winning adventure comedy film which is based on a novel of the same name by Jules Verne. The story revolves around Phileas Fogg, an English gentleman, living in the 19th century, who makes a bet that he can travel around the world in eighty days.  Along with his French valet Passepartout, he sets out on an adventurous journey.

Starring:
John Carradine, Marion Ross, Shirley MacLaine, Cantinflas, Peter Lorre, Charles Boyer, Red Skelton
Directed By:
37. The Cockleshell Heroes (1955)
12
3
The Cockleshell Heroes
12
3
Role:
Captain Hugh Thompson
Starring:
Anthony Newley, Christopher Lee, José Ferrer, Dora Bryan, Victor Maddern
Directed By:
José Ferrer
38. The Key (1958)
11
3
The Key
11
3

A war film set in 1941 during the Battle of the Atlantic, the film The Key is based on the 1951 novel Stella written by Jan de Hartog. The movie, which tells the love story of a former tugboat captain, was one of the most popular films in Britain in 1958. 

Role:
Capt. Chris Ford
Starring:
Sophia Loren, William Holden, Michael Caine, Oskar Homolka
Directed By:
Carol Reed
Awards:
BAFTA Award for Best British Actor
39. The Charge of the Light Brigade (1968)
11
3
The Charge of the Light Brigade
PG-13
11
3
Role:
Lord Cardigan
Starring:
Corin Redgrave, Laurence Harvey, Vanessa Redgrave, John Gielgud, Harry Andrews
Directed By:
40. Man in the Middle (1964)
10
3
Man in the Middle
10
3

During the WWII, a US second lieutenant stationed in India shoots dead an unarmed British staff sergeant in front of 11 witnesses. Although it is an open and shut case and the authorities want the trial to be thrown away in order to defuse the tension between the two armies, Lt. Col. Barney Adams, who has been assigned to defend the Lt. decides to put up a fight.   

Role:
Maj. John Gerald Kensington
Starring:
Keenan Wynn, Robert Mitchum, Barry Sullivan, France Nuyen
Directed By:
Guy Hamilton
41. The Roots of Heaven (1958)
10
2
The Roots of Heaven
10
2

The movie follows eco-conservationist and environmentalist, Morel, who will do anything to protect the African wildlife from extinction in French Equatorial Africa. He is helped by nightclub hostess, Minna, and a disgraced former British officer, Major Forsythe, who wants to redeem himself. 

Role:
Morel
Starring:
Errol Flynn, Eddie Albert, Orson Welles, Juliette Gréco
Directed By:
42. The Lion (1962)
11
2
The Lion
11
2

Growing up in a Kenyan wildlife reserve with her mother and stepfather, 11-years-old Tina is comfortable with tribal customs and enjoys company of wild animals, especially her best friend, a lion. Worried that Tina is turning into a primitive, uncivilized girl, mother Christine calls Tina’s biological father, Robert, to help with Tina’s upbringing. But that may not be all that Christine wants.  

Role:
John Bullit
Starring:
Capucine, William Holden, Pamela Franklin, Zamba
Directed By:
Jack Cardiff
43. Operation Crossbow (1965)
10
3
Operation Crossbow
PG-13
10
3
Role:
Prof. Lindemann
Starring:
George Peppard, Richard Todd, Sophia Loren, Sir John Mills, John Mills, Richard Johnson
Directed By:
Michael Anderson
44. Aces High (1976)
10
3
Aces High
PG
10
3
Starring:
Malcolm McDowell, Ray Milland, Christopher Plummer, John Gielgud, John Gielgud
Directed By:
Jack Gold
45. Run for the Sun (1956)
10
3
Run for the Sun
10
3

Katie Connors journeys to San Marcos, Mexico to interview reclusive novelist and adventurer Mike Latimer. When she reaches there, the two fall in love. Mike offers to fly her back to Mexico City but their plane crashes. They are rescued by three men but their rescuers turn out to be Nazi war criminals who want to kill them. 

Role:
Browne
Starring:
Richard Widmark, Peter van Eyck, Jane Greer, Juan García
Directed By:
Roy Boulting
46. Conflict (1973)
11
2
Conflict
11
2
Role:
The Abbot
Starring:
Martin Sheen, Cyril Cusack, Raf Vallone, Andrew Keir
Directed By:
Jack Gold
47. Conduct Unbecoming (1975)
10
2
Conduct Unbecoming
PG
10
2

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

Role:
Col. Benjamin Strang
Starring:
Richard Attenborough, Michael York, Christopher Plummer, Stacy Keach
Directed By:
Michael Anderson
48. 11 Harrowhouse (1974)
10
4
11 Harrowhouse
PG
10
4

Small-time diamond merchant, Howard R. Chesser, is asked to supervise the cutting of a massive diamond owned by Clyde Massey. Unfortunately, when the diamond is stolen from him, he has to plan a major heist at The System, a vault full of gems, with the help of his girlfriend and inside man, Watts. 

Role:
Massey
Starring:
Charles Grodin, James Mason, John Gielgud, Candice Bergen, John Bindon
Directed By:
Aram Avakian
49. Golden Salamander (1950)
12
2
Golden Salamander
12
2

Golden Salamander is a crime drama adventure film which revolves around British archaeologist David Redfern, who is in Tunisia, on an assignment of collecting art relics. Things get complicated when he comes across evidence of a gun-smuggling racket. He is unsure if he should report it to the authorities, or just keep quiet. He decides to do  the right thing when a man gets murdered. However, he is soon targeted for death by the smugglers.

Role:
David Redfern
Starring:
Walter Rilla, Miles Malleson, Herbert Lom, Anouk Aimée
Directed By:
Ronald Neame
50. Triple Cross (1966)
10
4
Triple Cross
10
4
Role:
Freddie Young aka Distinguished Civilian
Starring:
Christopher Plummer, Yul Brynner, Romy Schneider, Gert Fröbe
Directed By:
Terence Young
51. Gift Horse (1952)
10
3
Gift Horse
10
3

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

Role:
Lt. Cmdr Hugh Alginon Fraser
Starring:
Richard Attenborough, Bernard Lee, James Donald, Sonny Tufts
Directed By:
Compton Bennett
52. The Sea Wolves (1980)
11
4
The Sea Wolves
PG
11
4
Role:
Jack Cartwright
Starring:
Gregory Peck, Roger Moore, David Niven, Barbara Kellerman
Directed By:
Andrew V. McLaglen
53. The Missionary (1982)
11
2
The Missionary
R
11
2
Role:
Lord Henry Ames
Starring:
Maggie Smith, Michael Palin, Michael Hordern, Denholm Elliott
Directed By:
Richard Loncraine
54. Kidnapped (1971)
10
3
Kidnapped
G
10
3

Young David Balfour is cheated out of his inheritance by his Uncle Ebeneezer Balfour, who has David kidnapped by sea captain Hoseason. David forms a friendship with Alan Breck on board the ship and the two embark on a life-changing adventure, with David even falling in love with Catriona. 

Role:
Lord Advocate
Starring:
Michael Caine, Donald Pleasence, Jack Hawkins, Lawrence Douglas, Vivien Heilbron
Directed By:
Delbert Mann
55. Pickup Alley (1957)
9
2
Pickup Alley
9
2

Pickup Alley is an action thriller crime drama film which tells the story of a U.S. DEA Agent Charles Sturgis who attempts to track down an international narcotics smuggler named Frank McNally. Sturgis has to travel through various countries in order to find and locate his target.

Role:
Frank McNally
Starring:
Anita Ekberg, Victor Mature, Bonar Colleano, Dorothy Alison
Directed By:
John Gilling
56. The Stranger's Hand (1954)
9
2
The Stranger's Hand
9
2
Role:
Major Roger Court
Starring:
Eduardo Ciannelli, Alida Valli, Richard Basehart, Richard O'Sullivan
Directed By:
Mario Soldati
57. The Last Remake of Beau Geste (1977)
9
2
The Last Remake of Beau Geste
PG
9
2
Starring:
James Earl Jones, Marty Feldman, Ann-Margret, Spike Milligan, Michael York, Peter Ustinov
Directed By:
58. A Doll's House (1973)
10
2
A Doll's House
10
2

Nora and her dictatorial, controlling husband, Torvald Helmer, are living an outwardly happy married life. But a past forgery, that she had committed to save her husband, keeps haunting Nora. Now she is being blackmailed for it and she is worried that Torvald would find out. But when he does, outburst of his wrath results in a revelation that shocks Nora. 

Role:
Dr. Rank
Starring:
Jane Fonda, David Warner, Edward Fox, Delphine Seyrig
Directed By:
Joseph Losey
59. Hennessy (1975)
9
2
Hennessy
PG
9
2

Set during the Northern Ireland conflict, the story follows a former IRA soldier, who has shunned violence and now leads a peaceful life with his wife and daughter in Belfast. The plot picks up when one day his family is caught in a riot and killed by the British. Enraged, he decides to move to London to avenge his loved ones.  

Role:
Comdr. Rice
Starring:
Lee Remick, Patrick Stewart, Rod Steiger, Eric Porter
Directed By:
Don Sharp
60. Lady Godiva Rides Again (1951)
9
2
Lady Godiva Rides Again
9
2

A young unsophisticated girl somehow manages to win a beauty contest. But, soon she finds herself in trouble.

Starring:
Joan Collins, Dennis Price, Stanley Holloway, John McCallum, Pauline Stroud
Directed By:
Frank Launder
61. The Rollicking Adventures of Eliza Fraser (1976)
9
2
The Rollicking Adventures of Eliza Fraser
9
2
Starring:
Susannah York, John Castle, Bruce Spence, John Waters
Directed By:
Tim Burstall
62. The Liquidator (1965)
9
2
The Liquidator
9
2

British intelligence officer, Mostyn, recruits former Sergeant, Boysie Oakes, to assassinate enemy spies in his organization. Oakes is given the codename ‘L’ for liquidator. However, Oakes has lost his taste for violence and hires a freelance assassin to do the job. Things go well until Oakes is forced to get his own hands dirty. 

Role:
Colonel Mostyn
Starring:
Rod Taylor, David Tomlinson, Wilfrid Hyde-White, Jill St. John
Directed By:
Jack Cardiff
63. The Long Duel (1967)
9
2
The Long Duel
9
2

In order to protest against British oppression and tyranny, a tribal leader becomes a bandit.  The policeman assigned to the case is quite impressed by his integrity and ingenuity, and is determined to arrest him alive, rather than dead, as his superiors might wish. 

Role:
Young
Starring:
Yul Brynner, Harry Andrews, Andrew Keir, Charlotte Rampling
Directed By:
Ken Annakin
64. Poppies Are Also Flowers (1966)
9
2
Poppies Are Also Flowers
GP
9
2

This television film revolves around Narcotics agents who work for the UN, as they attempt to trace heroin shipments from the Afghanistan-Iran border to the main European distributor. 

Starring:
Omar Sharif, Eli Wallach, Rita Hayworth, Marcello Mastroianni, Angie Dickinson, Yul Brynner, Senta Berger
Directed By:
Terence Young
65. Who? (1974)
9
2
Who?
PG
9
2
Role:
Colonel Azarin
Starring:
Elliott Gould, Edward Grover, John Lehne, Joseph Bova
Directed By:
Jack Gold
66. White Mischief (1987)
10
2
White Mischief
R
10
2
Starring:
Joss Ackland, Hugh Grant, Geraldine Chaplin, John Hurt, Greta Scacchi, Ray McAnally
Directed By:
Michael Radford
67. Twinky (1970)
9
2
Twinky
GP
9
2

Also known as ‘Lola’ the movie tells the story of 40 years old erotic novel writer Scott Wardman who falls in love with 16 years old school girl Twinky. In spite of her parents’ protests, the two get married and move to Scotland. However, the age difference soon comes to play driving the two apart. 

Starring:
Charles Bronson, Paul Ford, Michael Craig, Honor Blackman, Orson Bean
Directed By:
Richard Donner
68. Albino (1976)
9
2
Albino
R
9
2

Terrick, a police officer in rural Rhodesia is looking towards his early retirement, so that he can have a peaceful life with his fiancée Sally in his farm. However, his world turns upside down when his farm attacked and Sally is raped and murdered.   

Starring:
Christopher Lee, James Faulkner, Horst Frank, Sybil Danning, Erik Schumann
Directed By:
Jürgen Goslar
69. Pope Joan (1972)
9
3
Pope Joan
PG
9
3

Pope Joan tells the story of a Midwestern evangelist who thinks that she is a reincarnation of a Pope in the ninth-century. She explains why she feels this way to her psychiatrist.

Starring:
Franco Nero, Maximilian Schell, Olivia de Havilland, Liv Ullmann, Jeremy Kemp, Natasa Nicolescu
Directed By:
Michael Anderson
70. Catch Me a Spy (1971)
8
2
Catch Me a Spy
8
2

When British Fabienne goes to Bucharest for honeymoon, her husband gets arrested as a spy by the Soviets. When she is told that a spy is necessary to trade for her husband, her efforts to get one lead to amusing situations. She encounters Andrej, a microfilms smuggler who had used her luggage for smuggling, but both get abducted by the enemy, complicating the matter.

Role:
Sir Trevor Dawson
Starring:
Kirk Douglas, Marlène Jobert, Tom Courtenay, Patrick Mower
Directed By:
Dick Clement
71. Meteor (1979)
8
2
Meteor
PG
8
2
Starring:
Natalie Wood, Martin Landau, Henry Fonda, Sean Connery, Karl Malden, Brian Keith
Directed By:
Ronald Neame
72. Craze (1974)
8
2
Craze
R
8
2

Based on The Infernal Idol, a 1967 novel by Henry Seymour, the story follows a London antique shop owners, who worships an African idol called Chuku. Believing that that the idol will reward him with wealth and power if he offers human sacrifice to it, he starts sacrificing women, killing them by various means until the law catches up with him.  

Starring:
Jack Palance, Diana Dors, Edith Evans, Hugh Griffith
Directed By:
Freddie Francis
73. Slavers (1978)
7
1
Slavers
R
7
1

During the late 19th century, as the slave trade is dwindling, two slave traders find themselves in conflict with each other.

Role:
Alec Mackenzie
Starring:
Britt Ekland, Ray Milland, Ron Ely, Jürgen Goslar
Directed By:
Jürgen Goslar
74. Flashpoint Africa (1980)
7
1
Flashpoint Africa
7
1
Role:
Program Controller
Starring:
Gayle Hunnicutt, Siegfried Rauch, James Faulkner, Belinda Mayne
Directed By:
Francis Megahy
75. Hurricane (1979)
7
1
Hurricane
PG
7
1

Hurricane is a romantic adventure film which tells the story of a desperate love affair, between a Navy captain’s daughter and a young native. As tensions begin to boil, as her father is against their love, disaster strikes in the form of a big hurricane. 

Role:
Father Malone
Starring:
Jason Robards, Mia Farrow, Max von Sydow, Timothy Bottoms
Directed By:
Jan Troell
76. The Bawdy Adventures of Tom Jones (1976)
7
1
The Bawdy Adventures of Tom Jones
R
7
1

Tom Jones is the son of a maid, who was adopted by the nobleman whom she had worked for. After growing up, he embarks on a series of misadventures.

Role:
Squire Western
Starring:
Joan Collins, Arthur Lowe, Nicky Henson, Georgia Brown
Directed By:
Cliff Owen
77. Persecution (1974)
7
1
Persecution
PG
7
1

Wealthy widow Carrie Masters, a crippled cat-lover, takes out all her bitterness on son David. Years later, when he returns with wife Janie and young son, Carrie again dominates and tortures him. Janie suffers breakdown when Carrie’s cat suffocates her baby. Carrie hires a nurse, mainly to separate the couple; but when David loses Janie, he goes after Carrie to take revenge. 

Role:
Paul Bellamy
Starring:
Lana Turner, Suzan Farmer, Olga Georges-Picot, Ralph Bates
Directed By:
Don Chaffey
78. Sword of the Valiant: The Legend of Sir Gawain and the Green Knight (1984)
7
1
Sword of the Valiant: The Legend of Sir Gawain and the Green Knight
PG
7
1
Role:
The King
Starring:
John Rhys-Davies, Sean Connery, Miles O'Keeffe, Cyrielle Clair, Leigh Lawson
Directed By:
Stephen Weeks
79. The Unholy (1988)
7
1
The Unholy
R
7
1
Starring:
Hal Holbrook, Ned Beatty, Peter Frechette, Ruben Rabasa
Directed By:
Camilo Vila
80. The Dawning (1988)
9
2
The Dawning
PG
9
2
Role:
Grandfather
Starring:
Anthony Hopkins, Hugh Grant, Jean Simmons, Rebecca Pidgeon, Tara MacGowran
Directed By:
Robert Knights
81. Dust (1985)
9
2
Dust
9
2
Role:
Le père
Starring:
Jane Birkin, John Matshikiza, Nadine Uwampa, Lourdes Christina Sayo
Directed By:
Marion Hänsel
82. Foreign Body (1986)
9
2
Foreign Body
PG-13
9
2
Starring:
Warren Mitchell, Denis Quilley, Victor Banerjee, Amanda Donohoe
Directed By:
Ronald Neame

TV Movie(s)

1. Invincible Mr. Disraeli (1963)
12
2
Invincible Mr. Disraeli
12
2
Role:
Benjamin Disraeli
Starring:
Greer Garson, Denholm Elliott, Norman Barrs, Eric Berry
Directed By:
George Schaefer
Awards:
Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Single Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role
2. The Deadly Game (1982)
12
2
The Deadly Game
12
2
Role:
Gustave Kummer
Starring:
Connie Booth, Emlyn Williams, Robert Morley, George Segal
Directed By:
George Schaefer
3. Inside the Third Reich (1982)
11
2
Inside the Third Reich
11
2
Role:
Prof. Heinrich Tessenow
Starring:
Derek Jacobi, Randy Quaid, Blythe Danner, Ian Holm, John Gielgud, Maria Schell
Directed By:
Marvin J. Chomsky
4. Staying On (1980)
13
2
Staying On
13
2
Role:
Col. Tusker Smalley
Starring:
Celia Johnson, Saeed Jaffrey, Pearl Padamsee, Fida Bai
Directed By:
Silvio Narizzano
5. Hedda Gabler (1962)
11
2
Hedda Gabler
11
2
Role:
Ejlert Lovborg
Starring:
Ingrid Bergman, Ralph Richardson, Michael Redgrave, Dilys Hamlett
Directed By:
Alex Segal
6. The Count of Monte-Cristo (1975)
11
2
The Count of Monte-Cristo
11
2
Role:
Abbe Faria
Starring:
Richard Chamberlain, Louis Jourdan, Tony Curtis, Donald Pleasence
Directed By:
David Greene
7. Eagle in a Cage (1965)
11
2
Eagle in a Cage
11
2
Role:
Napoleon
Starring:
Richard Waring, George Rose, James Daly, Pamela Franklin
Directed By:
George Schaefer
8. Christmas Eve (1986)
11
2
Christmas Eve
11
2
Role:
Maitland
Starring:
Loretta Young, Ron Leibman, Season Hubley, Arthur Hill
Directed By:
Stuart Cooper
9. God Rot Tunbridge Wells! (1985)
10
2
God Rot Tunbridge Wells!
10
2
Role:
Georg Friedrich Handel
Starring:
Dave Griffiths, Christopher Bramwell, Ranald Neilson, Tracey Spence
Directed By:
Tony Palmer

TV Shows and Videos

Westinghouse Desilu Playhouse (1958)
Westinghouse Desilu Playhouse
Starring:
Dina Merrill, John Drew Barrymore, Lee Marvin, Buddy Ebsen, Cliff Robertson, Michael Landon, Rory Calhoun
Directed By:
Jerry Thorpe, Claudio Guzmán, Allen H. Miner, Allen Reisner, Douglas Heyes
Playhouse 90 (1956)
Playhouse 90
Starring:
Vincent Price, Buster Keaton, Paul Newman, Charlton Heston, Leslie Nielsen, Zsa Zsa Gabor, Andy Griffith
Directed By:
John Frankenheimer, Franklin J. Schaffner, Ralph Nelson, Vincent J. Donehue, Arthur Hiller
The 20th Century-Fox Hour (1955)
The 20th Century-Fox Hour
Starring:
Alexis Smith, Rita Moreno, Claude Akins, Joan Fontaine, Merle Oberon, Steven McQueen, Raymond Burr
Directed By:
Lewis Allen, Jules Bricken, Albert S. Rogell, Robert Stevenson, Ted Post
Producers' Showcase (1954)
Producers' Showcase
Starring:
Mickey Rooney, Lauren Bacall, Audrey Hepburn, Humphrey Bogart, Paul Lynde, Hume Cronyn, Fredric March
Directed By:
Clark Jones, Kirk Browning, Delbert Mann, Vincent J. Donehue, Alex Segal
Kraft Mystery Theater (1959)
Kraft Mystery Theater
Starring:
Jayne Mansfield, Lloyd Bridges, Cloris Leachman, John Forsythe, Broderick Crawford, Adam West, Dudley Moore
Directed By:
Robert Altman, Richard Kinon, Jerry Thorpe, Peter Graham Scott, David Lowell Rich
BBC Sunday-Night Theatre (1950)
BBC Sunday-Night Theatre
Starring:
Kenneth Williams, David McCallum, Luise Rainer, Michael Crawford, Richard Burton, Lois Maxwell, Jeremy Brett
Directed By:
Rudolph Cartier, Harold Clayton, Julian Amyes, Stephen Harrison, Wallace Douglas
George Washington (1984)
George Washington
Starring:
Viggo Mortensen, Kelsey Grammer, Lloyd Bridges, James Mason, Hal Holbrook, Barry Bostwick, Patty Duke
Directed By:
Buzz Kulik
Studio One (1948)
Studio One
Starring:
James Dean, Elizabeth Montgomery, Abe Vigoda, Jerry Stiller, Anne Bancroft, Warren Beatty, Grace Kelly
Directed By:
Paul Nickell, Franklin J. Schaffner, Tom Donovan, Allen Reisner, Robert Mulligan
ITV Play of the Week (1955)
ITV Play of the Week
Starring:
Vivien Leigh, Donald Sutherland, Judi Dench, Julie Christie, Peter O'Toole, Ronnie Barker, Miriam Margolyes
Directed By:
Cyril Coke, John Llewellyn Moxey, Tania Lieven, David Boisseau, Joan Kemp-Welch
Peter the Great (1986)
Peter the Great
Role:
Sir Isaac Newton (4 episodes, 1986)
Starring:
Mel Ferrer, Ursula Andress, Omar Sharif, Vanessa Redgrave, Laurence Olivier, Maximilian Schell
Directed By:
Marvin J. Chomsky, Lawrence Schiller, Osman Ragheb
Shaka Zulu (1986)
Shaka Zulu
Role:
Lord Charles Somerset (10 episodes, 1986)
Starring:
Christopher Lee, Edward Fox, Robert Powell, Fiona Fullerton
Directed By:
William C. Faure
Scorpion Tales (1978)
Scorpion Tales
Role:
Mavor (1 episode, 1978)
Starring:
Tony Britton, Anthony Bate, Lynn Farleigh, Heronimo Sehmi
ITV Saturday Night Theatre (1969)
ITV Saturday Night Theatre
Starring:
George C. Scott, Alan Bennett, Brian Blessed, Telly Savalas, Tim Curry, Alec Guinness, Diane Cilento
Directed By:
John Jacobs, Marc Miller, Valerie Hanson, Barry Davis, John Sichel
The Love Boat (1977)
The Love Boat
TV-G
Starring:
Annette Funicello, Della Reese, Lee Majors, Ed Begley Jr., Timothy Francis Robbins, Melissa Gilbert, Eva Gabor
Directed By:
Richard Kinon, Roger Duchowny, Robert Scheerer, Allen Baron, Ted Lange
Screen Two (1985)
Screen Two
Starring:
Liam Neeson, Alan Cumming, Billy Connolly, Tommy Lee Jones, Stephen Fry, Helena Bonham Carter, Ralph Fiennes
Directed By:
Tristram Powell, Christopher Morahan, Udayan Prasad, Michael Whyte, Jim Goddard

Trevor Howard Awards

Primetime Emmy Awards
Invincible Mr. Disraeli Outstanding Single Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role 1963
BAFTA Awards
The Key Best British Actor 1959