|Anything Can Happen 1952 N/R, 107 min.|
Director: George Seaton
Cast: Jose Ferrer, Kim Hunter, Kurt Kasznar, Eugenie Leontovich, Oscar Beregi Jr., Nick Dennis, Oskar Karlweis, Mikhail Rasumny, Gloria Marlowe, Otto Waldis, George Voskovec, Alexander Danaroff, Natasha Lytess
This film is really propaganda for America as it shows how immigrant Giorgi Papashvily (Jose Ferrer) comes to America, struggles to learn the English language, and falls in love with Helen Watson (Kim Hunter). Finally, Giorgi buys a California orange grove, marries the beautiful Helen, and attains the "American Dream."
|The Being 1983 R, 79 min.|
Genre: Horror / Sci-Fi / Thriller
aka: Easter Sunday
The Pottsville Horror
Director: Jackie Kong
Cast: Martin Landau, Jose Ferrer, Dorothy Malone, Ruth Buzzi, Marianne Gordon, Murray Langston, Kinky Friedman, Johnny Dark, Bill Osco, Kent Perkins, Ellen Blake, Roxanne Cybelle, Jerry Maren, Eric Helland, Bill Rawlinson
It seems that a boy was turned into a beast (created from nuclear waste, no less) and is terrorizing Pottsville, Idaho, where the citizens are disappearing. Although detective Mortimer Lutz (Bill Osco) attempts to investigate, the town's mayor, Gordon Lane (Jose Ferrer), tries to stop him because he is trying to protect the economic interests of the town's potato crop. The film sat around on the shelves for about three years before being let out to terrorize the public.
|The Big Brawl 1980 R, 95 min.|
Genre: Action / Comedy
aka: Battle Creek Brawl
Director: Robert Clouse
Cast: Jackie Chan, Jose Ferrer, Kristine DeBell, Mako, Ron Max, David Sheiner, Rosalind Chao, Lenny Montana, Pat E. Johnson, Mary Ellen O'Neill, H.B. Haggerty, Chao Li Chi, Jocelyne Lew, Ox Baker, Clarence Barnes
For a martial-arts movie, this film adds the element of comedy and should appeal to a large audience. The story takes place in the Chicago 1938 gangster era; however, this time Jackie Chan comes to the rescue using martial-arts skills.
|The Big Bus 1976 PG, 88 min.|
Genre: Comedy / Action
Director: James Frawley
Cast: Joseph Bologna, Stockard Channing, John Beck, Ned Beatty, Jose Ferrer, Larry Hagman, Sally Kellerman, Richard Mulligan, Lynn Redgrave, Rene Auberjonois, Bob Dishy, Ruth Gordon, Harold Gould, Stuart Margolin, Richard B. Shull
In this satire on disaster movies, a bus powered by nuclear energy and its riders encounter zany adventures on the inaugural journey.
|Blood Tide 1982 R, 82 min.|
Genre: Horror / Adventure / Sci-Fi / Thriller
aka: The Red Tide
Director: Richard Jeffries
Cast: James Earl Jones, Jose Ferrer, Lila Kedrova, Mary Louise Weller, Martin Kove, Deborah Shelton, Lydia Cornell, Sofia Seirli, Despina Tomazani, Annabel Schofield, Rania Photiou, Spyros Papafrantzis, Irini Tripkou
While treasure hunting on a Greek island, Frye (James Earl Jones) unleashes a sea monster that terrorizes the residents, killing all in its path. Nereus (Jose Ferrer) has been studying the monster and knows of one way the natives can deal with it: sacrifice a virgin. Will the enticing Madeline Grice (Deborah Shelton) fill that role? Nice photography, good cast, not-so-good movie.
|The Caine Mutiny 1954 N/R, 125 min.|
Director: Edward Dmytryk
Cast: Humphrey Bogart, Van Johnson, Fred MacMurray, Jose Ferrer, Lee Marvin, E.G. Marshall, Tom Tully, Robert Francis, Arthur Franz, Claude Akins, May Wynn, Warner Anderson, Katherine Warren, Jerry Paris, Steve Brodie
Humphrey Bogart plays Captain Queeg, the slightly mentally unbalanced captain of the U.S.S. Caine. Following a typhoon, Lieutenant Maryk (Van Johnson) is tried for mutiny because of his actions during the storm. Queeg's testimony and downfall as he rolls ball bearings in his fist is a classic scene. The film received several Academy Award nominations, including Best Picture, Actor (Bogart), and Supporting Actor (Tom Tully).
|Crisis 1950 N/R, 95 min.|
Director: Richard Brooks
Cast: Cary Grant, Jose Ferrer, Paula Raymond, Signe Hasso, Gilbert Roland, Leon Ames, Ramon Novarro, Antonio Moreno, Pedro de Cordoba, Soledad Jimenez
Doctor Eugene Norland Ferguson (Cary Grant) and his wife, Helen (Paula Raymond) are kidnapped while vacationing in Central America. The doctor is then forced to perform needed brain surgery on a dictator–the kidnappers want the dictator to die as a result of the surgery.
|Cyrano de Bergerac 1950 N/R, 112 min.|
Director: Michael Gordon
Cast: Jose Ferrer, Mala Powers, William Prince, Morris Carnovsky, Ralph Clanton, Lloyd Corrigan, Elena Verdugo, Don Beddoe, Philip Van Zandt, Virginia Farmer
The beautiful Roxanne (Mala Powers) is adored by her cousin, Cyrano (Jose Ferrer), but she has no knowledge of this. Cyrano expresses his devotion through speeches delivered via Christian (William Prince) because Cyrano is convinced she could not love him due to his very large nose. Jose Ferrer won the Oscar for his performance as Cyrano.
|Deep in My Heart 1954 N/R, 130 min.|
Genre: Musical / Drama / Comedy
Director: Stanley Donen
Cast: Jose Ferrer, Merle Oberon, Helen Traubel, Doe Avedon, Walter Pidgeon, Paul Henreid, Tamara Toumanova, Jim Backus, Gene Kelly, Russ Tamblyn, Paul Stewart, Isobel Elsom, Rosemary Clooney, Jane Powell, Ann Miller
Jose Ferrer is excellent in his role as Sigmund Romberg who comes to the United States in 1909 and begins his song-writing career in New York City. He is encouraged by Anna Mueller (Helen Traubel), and 40 years later he has written more than 2,000 songs as well as the scores for more than 80 plays, musical shows, and operettas–including "The Student Prince" and "The Desert Song." Romberg's songs, performed by musical stars, highlight this biography of his rise to fame and fortune.
|Dracula's Dog 1978 R, 90 min.|
Genre: Horror / Thriller
aka: Zoltan, Hound of Dracula
Director: Albert Band
Cast: Michael Pataki, Reggie Nalder, Jose Ferrer, Jan Shutan, Libby Chase, John Levin, Cleo Harrington, Tom Gerrard, Bob Miller, Gordon McGill, Al Ferrara, Roger Pancake, Sally Marr, Jackie Drake, Merryl Jay
Russian soldiers unearth Dracula's vault and release an ancient follower of Dracula, Veidt-Smith (Reggie Nalder), and the Count's dog. They are awakened from the dead and travel to America in search of Michael Drake (Michael Pataki) who is the sole living survivor in the Dracula family. When Michael becomes suspicious, he calls for help from Transylvanian vampire hunter Inspector Branco (Jose Ferrer) to get rid of his unwelcome visitors.
|Dune 1984 PG-13, 140 min.|
Genre: Sci-Fi / Action / Adventure
Director: David Lynch
Cast: Kyle MacLachlan, Francesca Annis, Jurgen Prochnow, Jose Ferrer, Brad Dourif, Dean Stockwell, Linda Hunt, Paul L. Smith, Max von Sydow, Silvana Mangano, Leonardo Cimino, Freddie Jones, Richard Jordan, Virginia Madsen, Everett McGill
Based on Frank Herbert's sci-fi novel, this is the story of struggle for control of a distant planet–all for a monopoly of the inter-galactic Spice trade. Rival families–the Atreides and the Harkonnens–fight for control of The Spice, which allows the folding of time, and can only be found on the planet Dune, or Arrakis. The year is 10191, and the universe is ruled by Padishah Emperor Shaddam IV (Jose Ferrer), but Paul Alreides (Kyle MacLachlan) is determined to fight the Emperor Shaddam to liberate Dune.
|Enter Laughing 1967 N/R, 110 min.|
Director: Carl Reiner
Cast: Reni Santoni, Jose Ferrer, Shelley Winters, Elaine May, Jack Gilford, Janet Margolin, Michael J. Pollard, Don Rickles, Rob Reiner, David Opatoshu
Carl Reiner wrote, produced, and directed this film based on his Broadway play about his own experiences trying to get into show business.
|The Evil That Men Do 1984 R, 89 min.|
Director: J. Lee Thompson
Cast: Charles Bronson, Theresa Saldana, Joseph Maher, Jose Ferrer, Rene Enriquez, John Glover, Raymond St. Jacques, Antoinette Bower, Joe Seneca
When his friend Moloch (Joseph Maher) is killed, ex-hit man Holland (Charles Bronson) returns to his old lifestyle and avenges the murder.
|Fedora 1978 PG, 110 min.|
Genre: Drama / Romance
Director: Billy Wilder
Cast: William Holden, Marthe Keller, Jose Ferrer, Frances Sternhagen, Henry Fonda, Michael York, Hildegarde Neff, Mario Adorf, Gottfried John, Hans Jaray, Stephen Collins, Arlene Francis, Jacques Maury, Christine Mueller, Ellen Schwiers
Adapted from Thomas Tryon's "Crowned Heads," this tale is about a down-on-his-luck movie producer, Barry Detweiler (William Holden), who tries to lure an elusive movie star, Fedora (Marthe Keller), out of her retirement on the Greek isles. Nothing is like appears, and the "surprise" ending is unsurprising. Kinda long.
|The Fifth Musketeer 1979 PG, 103 min.|
Director: Ken Annakin
Cast: Beau Bridges, Sylvia Kristel, Ursula Andress, Cornel Wilde, Lloyd Bridges, Alan Hale Jr., Jose Ferrer, Olivia de Havilland, Rex Harrison, Ian McShane, Helmut Dantine, Roman Ariznavarreta, Bernard Bresslaw, Stephan Bastian, Victor Cousin
In this retelling of "The Man in the Iron Mask," the story is about King Louis XIV (Beau Bridges) and his twin brother Philippe (Beau Bridges) who were separated at birth. Philippe was raised by D'Artagnan (Cornel Wilde) and the Three Musketeers: Aramis (Lloyd Bridges), Porthos (Alan Hale Jr.), and Althos (Jose Ferrer).
|Gideon's Trumpet 1980 TV, 104 min.|
Director: Robert E. Collins
Cast: Henry Fonda, Jose Ferrer, John Houseman, Fay Wray, Sam Jaffe, Nicholas Pryor, William Prince, Dean Jagger, Lane Smith, Richard McKenzie, Dolph Sweet, Ford Rainey, David Sheiner, J. Patrick McNamara, Les Lannom
In 1961, Clarence Earl Gideon (Henry Fonda) is arrested in Panama City, Florida, for petty larceny. Because he cannot afford a lawyer, Gideon is sent to prison to serve a five year sentence. Gideon appeals, and the case goes to the Supreme Court where a landmark decision is reached giving free legal representation to anyone accused of a crime in the United States.
|The Great Man 1956 N/R, 92 min.|
Director: Jose Ferrer
Cast: Jose Ferrer, Dean Jagger, Keenan Wynn, Julie London, Joanne Gilbert, Ed Wynn, Jim Backus, Lyle Talbot, Edward Platt, Russ Morgan
Reporter Joe Harris (Jose Ferrer) investigates the life of a recently departed and much beloved radio star and comes up with the story of a not-so-lovable character.
|The Greatest Story Ever Told 1965 N/R, 225 min.|
Director: George Stevens
Cast: Max von Sydow, Dorothy McGuire, Claude Rains, Jose Ferrer, Charlton Heston, John Wayne, Shelley Winters, Robert Blake, Sidney Poitier, Telly Savalas, Michael Anderson Jr., Carroll Baker, Martin Landau, Van Heflin, Richard Conte
The life and times of Jesus Christ are depicted in this film containing an all-star cast. Max von Sydow plays the role of Jesus Christ, and the large supporting cast includes Dorothy McGuire as Mary, Claude Rains as Herod the Great, Jose Ferrer as Herod Antipas, Charlton Heston as John the Baptist, and Telly Savalas as Pontius Pilate.
|The High Cost of Loving 1958 N/R, 87 min.|
Director: Jose Ferrer
Cast: Jose Ferrer, Gena Rowlands, Joanne Gilbert, Jim Backus, Bobby Troup, Philip Ober, Edward Platt, Charles Watts, Werner Klemperer
In this satire on modern-day life, Gina Rowlands makes her film debut as Virginia Fry, who learns of her pregnancy just as her husband, Jim (Jose Ferrer), is told that his job is in jeopardy.
|Hitler's SS: Portrait in Evil 1985 TV, 150 min.|
Director: Jim Goddard
Cast: John Shea, Bill Nighy, Tony Randall, Jose Ferrer, Carroll Baker, Lucy Gutteridge, David Warner, Warren Clarke, Michael Elphick, Stratford Johns, Robert Urquhart, Colin Jeavons
In 1933, two young Germans come of age. Helmut (Bill Nighy) joins Hitler's SS, while his brother, Karl (John Shea), joins the SA. After the SS wins out over the SA, Karl is imprisoned at Dachau but is released because of Helmut's influence and sent to the Russian Front The story follows Helmut and Karl throughout World War II and shows how Nazi influences changed them.
|Joan of Arc 1948 N/R, 100 min.|
Director: Victor Fleming
Cast: Ingrid Bergman, George Coulouris, Gene Lockhart, Jose Ferrer, Leif Erickson, John Ireland, Ward Bond, Cecil Kellaway, Frank Puglia, Rand Brooks
Ingrid Bergman plays the title role of the young woman from Lorraine who helps the dauphin attain the throne and becomes a martyr in the process. Bergman received an Academy Award nomination, as did Jose Ferrer. The film also won three Oscars: Best Cinematography, Best Costume Design, and an honorary award for distinguished service by Walter Wanger for producing this moral story.
|Lawrence of Arabia 1962 N/R, 222 min.|
Genre: Adventure / Drama
Director: David Lean
Cast: Peter O'Toole, Alec Guinness, Anthony Quinn, Omar Sharif, Arthur Kennedy, Claude Rains, Donald Wolfit, Anthony Quayle, Jose Ferrer, Jack Hawkins, Michel Ray, Zia Mohyeddin
For a glimpse of understanding the mindset of the Middle East, this movie is a must. It is the story of T.E. Lawrence's (Peter O'Toole) adventures as a young British officer when he was sent to protect his country's interests in the growing animosities between the Arabs and Turks during World War I. Among the kudos given this picture were seven Academy Awards, including Best Picture, Director, and Cinematography. Peter O'Toole and Omar Sharif were nominated for Best Actor and Supporting Actor Oscars.
|A Midsummer Night's Sex Comedy 1982 PG, 88 min.|
Genre: Comedy / Romance
Director: Woody Allen
Cast: Woody Allen, Mia Farrow, Jose Ferrer, Julie Hagerty, Mary Steenburgen, Tony Roberts, Michael Higgins, Timothy Jenkins, Adam Redfield, Moishe Rosenfeld, Sol Frieder, Boris Zoubok, Thomas Barbour, Kate McGregor-Stewart
Andrew (Woody Allen) and his wife Adrian (Mary Steenburgen) invite Leopold (Jose Ferrer) and his fiancee Ariel (Mia Farrow) to spend the weekend at their country home in upstate New York. During the weekend, another couple–Maxwell (Tony Roberts) and his date Dulcy (Julie Hagerty)–arrives on the scene, and the "couples" manage to dissolve as they become interested in each others' mates.
|Miss Sadie Thompson 1953 N/R, 91 min.|
Genre: Drama / Musical / Romance
Director: Curtis Bernhardt
Cast: Rita Hayworth, Jose Ferrer, Aldo Ray, Russell Collins, Charles Bronson, Harry Bellaver, Wilton Graff, Diosa Costello, Henry Slate, Rudy Bond, Peggy Coverse, Frances Morris, Robert G. Anderson, Peter Chong, John Grossett
This remake of "Rain" casts Rita Hayworth in the role the nightclub entertainer with a past, Sadie Thompson, in Somerset Maugham's story of the meeting of Sadie and a hypocritical preacher, Reverend Alfred Davidson (Jose Ferrer). Sadie is stranded in American Samoa because a crewmember on the ship she is traveling on comes down with typhus. After she makes friends with some of the Marines on the island, Sgt. Phil O'Hara (Aldo Ray) falls for Sadie and wants her to move in with him. Sadie is about to accept his offer when the Reverend tries to save her soul and insists that she embrace religion. Sadie is impressed and does repent only to have the Reverend rape her. The following day, the Reverend commits suicide, and Sadie decides to leave for San Francisco to deal with her past that haunts her.
|Moulin Rouge 1952 N/R, 118 min.|
Director: John Huston
Cast: Jose Ferrer, Colette Marchand, Suzanne Flon, Zsa Zsa Gabor, Eric Pohlmann, Christopher Lee, Katherine Kath, Mary Clare, Lee Montague, Jill Bennett, Peter Cushing, Claude Nollier, Muriel Smith, Georges Lannes, Walter Crisham
This is the film biography of French artist Henri Toulouse-Lautrec (Jose Ferrer). Because of his own physical growth deformity, he sought the outcasts of society and cafe frequenters where he painted their likenesses on canvas. The film catches Paris of that time in beautiful fashion. Then there's the terrific theme song. In addition to two Academy Awards, the film was nominated for five others, including Best Picture, Actor (Ferrer), Supporting Actress (Colette Marchand), and Director.
|The Private Files of J. Edgar Hoover 1977 PG, 112 min.|
Director: Larry Cohen
Cast: Broderick Crawford, Jose Ferrer, Michael Parks, Ronee Blakely, Rip Torn, Celeste Holm, Michael Sacks, Raymond St. Jacques, Andrew Duggan, Lloyd Nolan
This biography of J. Edgar Hoover (Broderick Crawford) takes a psychological look at Hoover's early days as a mama's boy through his successful career as FBI director.
|Return to Peyton Place 1961 N/R, 122 min.|
Director: Jose Ferrer
Cast: Carol Lynley, Jeff Chandler, Eleanor Parker, Mary Astor, Robert Sterling, Luciana Paluzzi, Brett Halsey, Tuesday Weld, Max Showalter, Bob Crane, Gunnar Hellstrom, Joan Banks, Wilton Graff, Kenneth MacDonald, Bess Flowers
This sequel to the original "Peyton Place" pales in comparison as it revolves around reactions to Allison MacKenzie's book, which revealed the secrets of her small town. Peyton Place is heard from again in the made-for-TV movie, "Murder in Peyton Place."
|The Sentinel 1977 R, 92 min.|
Genre: Horror / Drama / Mystery
Director: Michael Winner
Cast: Chris Sarandon, Cristina Raines, Martin Balsam, John Carradine, Jose Ferrer, Ava Gardner, Arthur Kennedy, Burgess Meredith, Eli Wallach, Tom Berenger, Sylvia Miles, Deborah Raffin, Christopher Walken, Jerry Orbach, Beverly D'Angelo
Fashion model Alison Parker (Cristina Raines) rents an apartment in Brooklyn Heights, moves in, and becomes involved in a world of mysterious noises and a very strange neighbor, Father Francis Matthew Halloran (John Carradine) who is a blind priest. Alison's fiance Michael (Chris Sarandon) investigates and finds that previous tenants were murderers and that Alison's apartment building is situated at the entrance to Hell. Have evil forces chosen Alison for a specific purpose?
|Ship of Fools 1965 N/R, 150 min.|
Genre: Drama / Romance
Director: Stanley Kramer
Cast: Vivien Leigh, Simone Signoret, Oskar Werner, Heinz Ruhmann, Lee Marvin, Jose Ferrer, Michael Dunn, George Segal, Elizabeth Ashley, Alf Kjellin, Jose Greco, Charles Korvin, Lilia Skala, Barbara Luna, Christiane Schmidtmer
This is the screen adaptation of Katherine Anne Porter's bestseller about passengers on a 1933 voyage from Vera Cruz to Bremerhaven. The story shows great insight into people on the verge of changes in their lives. Among the Academy Award nominations are Best Picture, Actor (Oscar Werner), Actress (Simone Signoret), and Supporting Actor (Michael Dunn).
|State Fair 1962 N/R, 118 min.|
Director: Jose Ferrer
Cast: Pat Boone, Bobby Darin, Pamela Tiffin, Ann-Margret, Alice Faye, Tom Ewell, Wally Cox, David Brandon, Clem Harvey, Robert Foulk, Linda Heinrich, Tap Canutt, Bill Lee, Sheila Allen
In this remake of "State Fair," the action moves from Iowa to Dallas at the Texas State Fair. Alice Faye takes on the role of Melissa Frake who, with her husband Abel (Tom Ewell), sets off on an adventure with their almost adult children Margy (Pamela Tiffin) and Wayne (Pat Boone) to attend the State Fair. They become involved in romances and adventures during their week of fun.
|The Swarm 1978 PG, 116 min.|
Genre: Horror / Thriller
Director: Irwin Allen
Cast: Michael Caine, Katharine Ross, Richard Widmark, Richard Chamberlain, Olivia de Havilland, Lee Grant, Jose Ferrer, Patty Duke, Fred MacMurray, Henry Fonda, Ben Johnson, Slim Pickens, Bradford Dillman, Cameron Mitchell, Christian Juttner
Killer bees from Africa attack Houston citizens and kill thousands, and entomologist Brad Crane (Michael Caine) and General Slater (Richard Widmark) each have their own unique ways of dealing with the deadly problem.
|To Be or Not to Be 1983 PG, 108 min.|
Genre: Comedy / Drama
Director: Alan Johnson
Cast: Mel Brooks, Anne Bancroft, Tim Matheson, Charles Durning, Jose Ferrer, Christopher Lloyd, James Haake, George Gaynes, George Wyner, Jack Riley, Ronny Graham, Estelle Reiner, Zale Kessler, Lewis J. Stadlen, Earl Boen
In this remake of the 1942 film, members of a Polish acting troupe, Frederick and Anna Bronski (Mel Brooks and Anne Bancroft), become involved with the Polish underground during World War II. When the Germans invade Warsaw, the Bronskis hide out with the other actors and encounter Professor Seletzky (Jose Ferrer) who is a Nazi spy on his way to help Col. "Concentration Camp" Ehrhardt (Charles Durning) destroy the underground movement. Deceptions ensue as the Nazis are outwitted. Charles Durning was nominated for a Best Supporting Actor Oscar.
|Voyage of the Damned 1976 PG, 155 min.|
Director: Stuart Rosenberg
Cast: Faye Dunaway, Max von Sydow, Oskar Werner, Malcolm McDowell, Orson Welles, James Mason, Lee Grant, Ben Gazzara, Katharine Ross, Jose Ferrer, Sam Wanamaker, Lynne Frederick, David de Keyser, Nehemiah Persoff, Julie Harris
This film is based on the true story of Jewish refugees–including countess Denise (Faye Dunaway) and her husband Professor Egon Kreisler (Oscar Werner) and disbarred attorney Carl Rosen (Sam Wanamaker), his wife Lili (Lee Grant), and daughter Anna (Lynne Frederick). In 1939, they and other passengers sail from Europe looking for freedom. Their ship is not allowed to dock in ports in the Western Hemisphere, and the voyage proves fruitless when they are forced to return to Germany. Lee Grant received an Academy Award nomination for Best Supporting Actress.
|Whirlpool 1949 N/R, 98 min.|
Director: Otto Preminger
Cast: Gene Tierney, Richard Conte, Jose Ferrer, Charles Bickford, Barbara O'Neil, Eduard Franz, Constance Collier, Fortunio Bonanova, Alex Gerry, Ian MacDonald
Ann (Gene Tierney) suffers from kleptomania, a disorder that haunts her. When she is caught stealing, a hypnotist (Jose Ferrer) keeps her from being arrested and now intends to use her in a murder scheme. A good, gripping presentation.
|Oscar: Best Actor for Cyrano de Bergerac (1950)|
1. Anything Can Happen (1952)
2. The Being (1983)
aka: Easter Sunday
aka: The Pottsville Horror
3. The Big Brawl (1980)
aka: Battle Creek Brawl
4. The Big Bus (1976)
5. Blood Tide (1982)
aka: The Red Tide
aka: Demon Lake
6. The Caine Mutiny (1954)
7. Crash! (1977) (1977)
8. Crisis (1950)
9. Cyrano de Bergerac (1950)
10. Deep in My Heart (1954)
11. Dracula's Dog (1978)
aka: Zoltan, Hound of Dracula
12. Dune (1984)
13. Enter Laughing (1967)
14. The Evil That Men Do (1984)
15. Fedora (1978)
16. The Fifth Musketeer (1979)
17. Gideon's Trumpet (1980)
18. The Great Man (1956)
19. The Greatest Story Ever Told (1965)
20. The High Cost of Loving (1958)
21. Hitler's SS: Portrait in Evil (1985)
22. Joan of Arc (1948)
23. Lawrence of Arabia (1962)
24. A Midsummer Night's Sex Comedy (1982)
25. Miss Sadie Thompson (1953)
26. Moulin Rouge (1952)
27. Natural Enemies (1979)
28. The Private Files of J. Edgar Hoover (1977)
29. Return to Peyton Place (1961)
30. The Sentinel (1977)
31. Ship of Fools (1965)
32. State Fair (1962)
33. The Swarm (1978)
34. To Be or Not to Be (1983)
35. Voyage of the Damned (1976)
36. Whirlpool (1949)
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