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William Holden Movies List



1981 S.O.B.
1980

The Earthling

When Time Ran Out

1979

Escape to Athena

Ashanti

1978 Damien: Omen II

The Wreck of the Mary Deare

Fedora

1976 Network
1974 The Towering Inferno

Open Season

1973 Breezy
1972

The Revengers

1971

The Wild Rovers

1969

L'Arbre de Noel (The Christmas Tree)

The Wild Bunch
1968 The Devil's Brigade
1967 Casino Royale
1964 Paris When It Sizzles

The Seventh Dawn

1962 Satan Never Sleeps
The Counterfeit Traitor

The Lion

1960 The World of Suzie Wong
1959 The Horse Soldiers
1958

The Key

1957 The Bridge on the River Kwai
1956

Toward the Unknown

The Proud and Profane

1955 The Bridges at Toko-Ri
Love is a Many-Splendored Thing
Picnic
1954 Executive Suite
Sabrina
The Country Girl
1953

The Moon Is Blue

Escape from Fort Bravo

Forever Female

Stalag 17
1952

The Turning Point

1951

Boots Malone

Force of Arms

Submarine Command

1950

Union Station

Father Is a Bachelor

Born Yesterday
Sunset Boulevard
1949 The Man from Colorado

Dear Wife

Miss Grant Takes Richmond

Streets of Laredo

The Dark Past

1948

Apartment for Peggy

Rachel and the Stranger

1947

Blaze of Noon

Dear Ruth

Variety Girl

1942

Meet the Stewarts

The Fleet's In

Young and Willing

Remarkable Andrew

1941

Texas

I Wanted Wings

1940

Those Were the Days

Invisible Stripes

Arizona

Our Town
1939 Golden Boy

Million Dollar Legs

1938

Prison Farm



William Holden Movie Favorites


William Holden was just twenty one years old when he played the starring role in Golden Boy, the story of a man who has to chose between being a boxer or a violinist.


To all those screen writing gurus who are so against voice overs we offer William Holden the voice behind the dead man in Norma Desmond's swimming pool in Sunset Boulevard. A great movie about an aging Hollywood star.


William Holden is the handsome newspaperman hired to tutor the ultimate dumb blonde- Judy Holliday in Born Yesterday.


William Holden won the Oscar for Best Actor for his role in Stalag 17. Billy Wilder was the director of this World War II story about a POW camp that is unexpectedly funny and suspenseful.


William Holden and Humphrey Bogart are the Larrabee brothers. Their chauffeur has a daughter named Sabrina. The brothers love Sabrina, we love Sabrina and so will you.


William Holden gives a great performance in The Country Girl. He is a director who casts an alcoholic Bing Crosby in his new Broadway musical.


A charming drifter comes to town the day of the annual Labor Day picnic. William Holden and Kim Novack star in the screen adaptation of the Pulitzer Prize winning Broadway play Picnic.


The Bridge on the River Kwai is a great wartime adventure. William Holden is at his best as a cynical American soldier sent on a mission to destroy the bridge.


It was quite a departure for William Holden. After a long career of playing laid back charmers, he became the ruthless leader of a violent gang of gunslingers in The Wild Bunch.


Television news anchor Howard Beal is "mad as hell' and he's not going to take it anymore. At the time it was made Network was a satire of television news, today it seems more like reality.




William Holden Academy Awards®


Best Actor Nomination for Network --- 1977
Best Actor Win for Stalag 17 --- 1954
Best Actor Nomination for Sunset Boulevard --- 1951



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The Wild Bunch


Joe Gillis ( Sunset Boulevard ):

"That was last year. This year I'm trying to earn a living."




In which movie was William Holden directed by Clint Eastwood?

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