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a big surprise, Lucy's lone tv movie is higher rated than any of her motion pictures.

(7.50) - Stone Pillow (1985) (TV)

 

STARRING ROLES

1. (7.11) - The Dark Corner (1946)

2. (7.03) - Five Came Back (1939)

3. (6.93) - Lured (1947)

4. (6.91) - Yours, Mine and Ours (1968)

5. (6.90) - Sorrowful Jones (1949)

6. (6.85) - Two Smart People (1946)

7. (6.80) - Miss Grant Takes Richmond (1949)

8. (6.79) - Twelve Crowded Hours (1939)

9. (6.76) - Dance, Girl, Dance (1940)

10. (6.74) - A Girl, a Guy, and a Gob (1941)

 

11. (6.72) - The Long, Long Trailer (1953)

12. (6.71) - The Fuller Brush Girl (1950)

13. (6.67) - Fancy Pants (1950)

14. (6.58) - That's Right - You're Wrong (1939)

15. (6.53) - Beauty for the Asking (1939)

15. (6.53) - Go Chase Yourself (1938)

17. (6.52) - Valley of the Sun (1942)

18. (6.51) - Best Foot Forward (1943)

19. (6.49) - Easy Living (1949)

20. (6.48) - The Facts of Life (1960)

21. (6.47) - Seven Days' Leave (1942)

22. (6.43) - Her Husband's Affairs (1947)

23. (6.42) - The Affairs of Annabel (1938)

24. (6.42) - Panama Lady (1939)

25. (6.29) - Easy to Wed (1946)

25. (6.29) - The Big Street (1942)

 

27. (6.26) - Look Who's Laughing (1941)

28. (6.20) - Du Barry Was a Lady (1943)

29. (6.18) - You Can't Fool Your Wife (1940)

30. (6.16) - Too Many Girls (1940)

31. (6.12) - Meet the People (1944)

32. (6.09) - Annabel Takes a Tour (1938)

33. (6.07) - Forever, Darling (1956)

34. (5.91) - Critic's Choice (1963)

35. (5.65) - The Magic Carpet (1951)

36. (5.57) - Mame (1974)

 

 

 

 

 

SECONDARY ROLES:

1. (7.80) - Top Hat (1935)

2. (7.80) - Stage Door (1937)

3. (7.41) - The Whole Town's Talking (1935)

4. (7.31) - Follow the Fleet (1936)

5. (7.23) - Three Little Pigskins (1934)

6. (7.11) - Broadway Thru a Keyhole (1933)

6. (7.11) - Blood Money (1933)

7. (7.08) - Kid Millions (1934)

8. (7.05) - Moulin Rouge (1934)

8. (7.05) - Bulldog Drummond Strikes Back (1934)

10. (7.02) - The Bowery (1933)

10. (7.02) - Roberta (1935)

 

12. (6.89) - Roman Scandals (1933)

12. (6.89) - There Goes My Girl (1937)

13. (6.81) - Joy of Living (1938)

14. (6.74) - Without Love (1945)

15. (6.73) - A Guide for the Married Man (1967)

16. (6.72) - Don't Tell the Wife (1937)

17. (6.71) - Muss 'em Up (1936)

18. (6.70) - That Girl from Paris (1936)

19. (6.69) - Next Time I Marry (1938)

20. (6.68) - Broadway Bill (1934)

21. (6.66) - Bunker Bean (1936)

22. (6.62) - Room Service (1938)

23. (6.60) - Nana (1934)

24. (6.55) - Murder at the Vanities (1934)

25. (6.48) - Winterset (1936)

 

26. (6.47) - Chatterbox (1936)

27. (6.46) - Old Man Rhythm (1935)

28. (6.33) - The Affairs of Cellini (1934)

29. (6.27) - The Three Musketeers (1935)

30. (6.19) - Having Wonderful Time (1938)

31. (5.82) - I Dream Too Much (1935)

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I know, right? That can't be for real. :lucydisgust:

Whenever anybody lists these titles and their "RATINGS", it never makes any sense, one group's opinions, i'd go with listings like this if they were from some group that was reputable like the American Film Institute or TCM or somebody who KNOWS what tyhe frig they're talking about.

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This should automatically invalidate IMDB's rating system.

 

 

5.65 for The Magic Carpet is actually very generous for that film, I think most around here would agree. As for Mame's 5.57 well we all know what that's about. Non-Lucy fans HATE this movie, hate the fact that someone her age at the time dared to star in a major motion picture (although Lucy was almost the same age then as hotter-than-hot Meryl Streep is now), and are going by the nasty critic's of the day's opinion of it. I will always believe most of the people who trash MAME have actually never seen it, much like Mae West's last film SEXTETTE which was not a classic but hardly the unwatchable fiasco it's built up to be by haters. Nevertheless a "5" something rating is merely a below average picture so it's not as badly rated as one might think (there are a number of films that get "4" or "3", even less). "8" would be excellent and is a quite rare for films on IMDb (which makes all the 8+ ILL episodes all the more impressive) "7" would be very good, "6" would be good.

 

IMDb is just another website, like this, made up of fans (with more than a few trolls, admittedly).

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IMDb reviewers/voters are mostly film buffs, so it's no surprise to see Lucy's ventures into the "film noir"/suspense (a beloved genre with many film fans) at the top of the ratings: The Dark Corner, Five Came Back, Lured. Some of her most popular films are ranked outrageously low among her films though: The Big Street, Easy to Wed - I would guess this is in part because they are major films and have been seen by a lot of people so you get not only the fans but non-fans voting, while many of her "B's" from 1938-41 are sought out by a select few who rate them high and don't have the non-fans voting to knock their ratings down a few pegs.

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