Top Ten 1943

BIL'S BEST ACTOR

The Life And Death Of Colonel Blimp is one of the richest, most enjoyable films that Powell and Pressburger ever made, dramatically entertaining and politically pointed. At the heart of it are its central male performances, including a delicious Roger Livesey who plays the blustering, pigheaded and affable title character from his youthful days of romantic folly to his doddering old age.

Honour Roll: Joseph Cotten, Shadow Of A Doubt; Joel McCrea, The More the Merrier; Walter Pidgeon, Madame Curie; Orson Welles, Jane Eyre

BIL'S BEST ACTRESS

Hitchcock often said that his favourite of his films was Shadow of a Doubt and it is easy to see why: Hollywood films of the era showed postcard-perfect images of…

  • Shadow of a Doubt

    1

  • The Life and Death of Colonel Blimp

    2

  • Heaven Can Wait

    3

  • Madame Curie

    4

  • Jane Eyre

    5

  • The Man in Grey

    6

  • Day of Wrath

    7

  • The Song of Bernadette

    8

  • The Seventh Victim

    9

  • Stormy Weather

    10