Grace Kelly Top 10 Films

I had the occasion to see Grace Kelly’s full filmography (that’s a total of 11 films), so now I’d like to present you my top 10 Grace Kelly’s films. We’ll be back later with a top 10 of her performances (the order might be different of course).

1- Rear Window (Alfred Hitchcock, 1954)

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2- High Noon (Fred Zinnemann, 1952: the film that made me discover Grace Kelly, and my favourite western)

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3- To Catch a Thief (Alfred Hitchcock, 1955)

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4- Dial M for Murder (Alfred Hitchcock, 1954)

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5- High Society (Charles Walter, 1956: unfortunately, Grace’s last film)

HIGH SOCIETY, Grace Kelly, on set, 1956

6-14 Hours (Henry Hathaway, 1951: Grace hasn’t a really big part in this film, but it’s a must!)

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7- The Country Girl (George Seaton, 1954: Grace won the Best Actress Oscar for her performance in this film)

Grace Kelly In 'The Country Girl'

8- Mogambo (John Ford, 1953)

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9- The Swan (Charles Vidor, 1956: the particularity of this film is that Grace plays a princess, so it sort of reflects her reality)

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10- Green Fire (Andrew Marton, 1954)

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The Bridges at Toko-Ri (Mark Robson, 1954) is the one that hasn’t got the chance to be included in this list, but I just want you to know that I also like this film. I like/love every Grace Kelly’s films, without exception.

If you have a top for your favourite Grace Kelly’s films, don’t hesitate to share it with us! 🙂

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