The Best Richard Egan Movies

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List of the best Richard Egan movies, ranked best to worst with movie trailers when available. Richard Egan's highest grossing movies have received a lot of accolades over the years, earning millions upon millions around the world. The order of these top Richard Egan movies is decided by how many votes they receive, so only highly rated Richard Egan movies will be at the top of the list. Richard Egan has been in a lot of films, so people often debate each other over what the greatest Richard Egan movie of all time is. If you and a friend are arguing about this then use this list of the most entertaining Richard Egan films to end the squabble once and for all.

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Everything from Seven Cities of Gold to Demetrius and the Gladiators is included on this list.

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  • The View from Pompey's Head is a 1955 film directed by Philip Dunne.
  • A Summer Place
    Richard Egan, Dorothy McGuire, Sandra Dee
    87 votes
    • Released: 1959
    • Directed by: Delmer Daves
    The big-screen adaptation of Sloan Wilson's popular novel follows wealthy Ken Jorgenson (Richard Egan) as he brings his wife (Constance Ford) and teenage daughter, Molly (Sandra Dee), to the Maine vacation spot where he worked as a middle-class youth. When Ken reunites with his former flame, the now-married Sylvia (Dorothy McGuire), it sparks a passionate tryst. Meanwhile, Sylvia's son, Johnny (Troy Donahue), and Molly begin a romance of their own, unaware of their parents' affair.

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  • The Revolt of Mamie Stover
    Jane Russell, Richard Egan, Joan Leslie
    48 votes
    • Released: 1956
    • Directed by: Raoul Walsh
    In 1941, prostitute Mamie Stover (Jane Russell) has no choice but to flee San Francisco when the police turn on her and want her out of town. Figuring Hawaii would be a great place to begin anew, Stover books a trip aboard a Honolulu-bound boat, where she happens to meet writer Jim Blair (Richard Egan), who is quite taken with the former streetwalker. However, when the ship reaches Hawaii, Stover soon falls back into her old ways and begins working at a nightclub, much to Blair's dismay.
  • The 300 Spartans
    Ralph Richardson, Diane Baker, Donald Houston
    92 votes
    • Released: 1962
    • Directed by: Rudolph Maté
    The 300 Spartans is a 1962 CinemaScope film depicting the Battle of Thermopylae. Made with the cooperation of the Greek government, it was shot in the village of Perachora in the Peloponnese. It starred Richard Egan as the Spartan king Leonidas, Ralph Richardson as Themistocles of Athens and David Farrar as Persian king Xerxes, with Diane Baker as Ellas and Barry Coe as Phylon providing the requisite romantic element in the film. In the film, a force of Greek warriors led by 300 Spartans fights against a Persian army of almost limitless size. Despite the odds, the Spartans will not flee or surrender, even if it means their deaths. When it was released in 1962, critics saw the movie as a commentary on the Cold War, referring to the independent Greek states as "the only stronghold of freedom remaining in the then known world", holding out against the Persian "slave empire".

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  • Voice in the Mirror

    Voice in the Mirror

    Walter Matthau, Julie London, Arthur O'Connell
    72 votes
    • Released: 1958
    • Directed by: Harry Keller
    Voice in the Mirror is a 1958 American film starring Richard Egan, Julie London, Walter Matthau and Troy Donahue. It was also known as How Lonely the Night and This Day Alone.
  • Wicked Woman

    Wicked Woman

    Beverly Michaels, Richard Egan, Frank Ferguson
    44 votes
    • Released: 1953
    • Directed by: Russell Rouse
    Wicked Woman is a 1953 American low-budget film noir film starring Beverly Michaels. The film co-starred Richard Egan, Percy Helton, and Evelyn Scott, was directed by Russell Rouse, and written by Rouse and Clarence Greene.