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An Alligator Named Daisy (1955)
Director: J. Lee Thompson
Starring Donald Sinden, Jeannie Carson, James Robertson Justice, Diana Dors, Stephen Boyd, Richard Wattis, Margaret Rutherford, Roland Culver, Joan Hickson, Jimmy Edwards, Frankie Howerd and Stanley Holloway
When Peter Weston returns to England after a trip to Ireland, he finds that Daisy, a tame alligator, has been left in his care. This odd situation leads to his meeting Moira O'Shannon, a pretty young Irish woman. Back home, Daisy causes havoc in her new owner's life, jeopardizing his relationship with his wealthy fiancée, Vanessa Colebrook. As he struggles to decide what to do with Daisy, Peter keeps thinking about Moira, creating quite a dilemma.
Director: William Wyler
Starring: Charlton Heston, Jack Hawkins, Stephen Boyd, Martha Scott, Sam Jaffe, Finlay Currie, Hugh Griffith and Haya Harareet
When a Jewish prince is betrayed and sent into slavery by a Roman friend, he regains his freedom and comes back for revenge.
The Bible (1966)
Director: John Huston
Narrator: John Huston
Starring: Michael Parks, Ulla Bergryd, Richard Harris, John Huston, Stephen Boyd, George C. Scott, Ava Gardner, Peter O'Toole and Franco Nero
The first 22 chapters of Genesis in the Old Testament. Adam and Eve frolic in the Garden of Eden until their indulgence in the forbidden fruit sees them driven out. Cain murders his brother Abel, Noah builds an ark to preserve the animals of the world from the coming flood and Abraham makes a covenant with God.
The Bravados (1958)
Director: Henry King
Starring: Gregory Peck, Joan Collins, Stephen Boyd, Albert Salmi, Henry Silva, Kathleen Gallant, Barry Coe, George Voskovec, Herbert Rudley, Lee Van Cleef, Andrew Duggan, Ken Scott, Gene Evans, Joe DeRita, Jason Wingreen and Ada Carrasco
Four men are sentenced to hang in the small town of Rio Arriba and Jim Douglass is glad to see it happen. Jim believes the men murdered his wife and wants them to suffer. However, things go awry when the convicts escape from jail, kidnapping young Emma Steimmetz as they gallop out of town. A search party forms with Jim in the lead, especially intent on catching them. He encounters each villain individually, growing closer to rescuing Emma and exacting his revenge.
The Fall of the Roman Empire (1964)
Director: Anthony Mann
Starring: Sophia Loren, Stephen Boyd, Alec Guinness, James Mason, Christopher Plummer, Mel Ferrer and Omar Sharif
Action-packed look at the beginnings of the fall of the Roman Empire. Here is the glory, the greed and grandeur that was Rome. Here is the story of personal lust for power and the shattering effects of that power's loss. Here is the tale of the plight of a people living on the brink of a political abyss.
Fantastic Voyage (1966)
Director: Richard Fleischer
Starring: Stephen Boyd, Raquel Welch, Edmond O'Brien, Donald Pleasence, Arthur O'Connell, William Redfield, Arthur Kennedy and Jean Del Val
A diplomat is nearly assassinated. In order to save him, a submarine is shrunken to microscopic size and injected into his blood stream with a small crew. Problems arise almost as soon as they enter the bloodstream.
Genghis Khan (1965)
Director: Henry Levin
Starring: Omar Sharif, James Mason, Stephen Boyd, Eli Wallach, Françoise Dorléac, Telly Savalas, Robert Morley, Michael Hordern, Yvonne Mitchell, Woody Strode, Kenneth Cope, Roger Croucher, Don Borisenko, Patrick Holt, Susanne Hsiao, George Savalas and Gustavo Rojo
Prince Temujin watches the execution of his father by the ruthless Mongol leader Jamuga who forces Temujin and his people into slavery. Escaping into the mountains, Temujin vows to avenge his father and unite the Mongol people. He kidnaps and eventually marries Bortei, a woman betrothed to Jamuga. He then raises an army and saves China from Jamuga's invaders, prompting the emperor to convey upon him the title Genghis Khan.
Director: Robert Rossen
Starring: James Mason, Harry Belafonte, Joan Fontaine, Joan Collins, Dorothy Dandridge, Michael Rennie, Stephen Boyd, Patricia Owens, John Justin, Diana Wynyard, Ronald Squire, John Williams, Hartley Power and Basil Sydney
On a Caribbean island, rich landowner's son Maxwell Fleury is fighting for political office against black labor leader David Boyeur. As if the contentious election weren't enough, there are plenty of scandals to go around: Boyeur has a secret white lover and Fleury's wife Sylvia is also having an affair. And then there's the small matter of a recently murdered aristocrat.
Director: Charles Walters
Starring: Doris Day, Stephen Boyd, Jimmy Durante, Martha Raye, Dean Jagger, Joseph Waring, Lynn Wood, Charles Watts, James Chandler, Robert Burton, Wilson Wood, Norman Leavitt and Paul Wexler
Pop and Kitty Wonder are father-and-daughter circus hands trying to save their tiny business from rival owner John Noble, whose son, Sam has secretly joined their circus as a tightrope walker, calling himself Sam Rawlins. Kitty falls for Sam, not knowing his relationship to their enemy.
Director: Ronald Neame
Starring: Clifton Webb, Gloria Grahame, Robert Flemyng, Josephine Griffin, Stephen Boyd, Laurence Naismith, William Russell, Geoffrey Keen, Moultrie Kelsall, Cyril Cusack, André Morell, Michael Hordern, William Squire, Allan Cuthbertson, Joan Hickson, Terence Longdon, Gibb McLaughlin, Gordon Bell and Ewen Montagu
As the British military prepares to invade Sicily during World War II, intelligence agent Ewen Montagu hatches a cunning plan to fool Germany into believing the Allies' true target is Greece. Concocting a fictitious British officer named Major William Martin, Montagu gathers false top-secret documents and personal letters to plant upon a corpse that will wash ashore in Spain. But the investigations of a German undercover agent could potentially expose the fraud.
The Oscar (1966)
Director: Russell Rouse
Starring: Stephen Boyd, Elke Sommer, Jill St. John, Milton Berle, Eleanor Parker, Joseph Cotten, Tony Bennett, Ernest Borgnine, Edie Adams, Peter Lawford, Broderick Crawford, Ed Begley, Walter Brennan, James Dunn, Jack Soo, Jean Hale, Jan Merlin, Army Archerd, James Bacon, Joan Crawford, Johnny Grant, Edith Head, Bob Hope, Hedda Hopper, Merle Oberon, Frank Sinatra and Nancy Sinatra
Frank, his girlfriend Laurel and their mutual best friend Hymie are cabaret performers in New York City. Desperate for success, Frank dumps Laurel for Kay, a costume designer, and he uses her to get to Sophie, a drama coach with connections in Hollywood. Soon Frank becomes an established actor but he's also a heartless publicity hound and his arrogant behavior begins to alienate everyone who cares for him.
Director: Edward Dmytryk
Starring: Sean Connery, Brigitte Bardot, Stephen Boyd, Jack Hawkins, Honor Blackman, Peter van Eyck, Woody Strode and Eric Sykes
Shalako, the hunter and tracker, has to save a party of European hunters who are in danger from an Indian uprising.
A list of the films that I have so far seen starring Northern Irish actor Stephen Boyd.
Listed in alphabetical order.
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