Every Richard Attenborough Movie, Ranked By Fans
More than 200 movie fans have come together to cast their votes for the best Richard Attenborough movies. The late actor and director, who passed away in 2014, is most likely remembered for his iconic role as John Hammond in Jurassic Park. But what many may not know is that he also directed a number of highly acclaimed movies over the course of his career, including Gandhi and Cry Freedom.
These are some of the most powerful stories ever put to film, exploring themes around racism, mass civil unrest, and religious tolerance with remarkable sensitivity and insight. Some of Attenborough's best work include A Bridge Too Far, And Then There Were None, and The Flight of the Phoenix.
Attenborough's work has captivated audiences all over the world -- so why not take a look at this list and discover his greatest achievements? Vote up your favorite Richard Attenborough movies today.
The East African nation of Batasi is tearing apart at the seams, and a group of British soldiers are caught in the middle. As fighting breaks out between two rival factions in the former British ...more
- Released: 1964
- Directed by: John Guillermin
Imprisoned during World War II in a German POW camp, a group of Allied soldiers are intent on breaking out, not only to escape, but also to draw Nazi forces away from battle to search for fugitives. ...more
- Released: 1963
- Directed by: John Sturges
Brighton Rock is a 1947 British film noir directed by John Boulting and starring Richard Attenborough as Pinkie, Carol Marsh as Rose, William Hartnell as Dallow and Hermione Baddeley as Ida. It was ...more
- Released: 1947
- Directed by: John Boulting