Top Ten 1963

BIL'S BEST ACTOR

One of the greatest careers in British cinema was lived by the marvelous Dirk Bogarde, a terrific combination of gentlemanly deportment and sexual menace, at once gruffly masculine and deviously feline. One of his very best ever performances is one of Joseph Losey’s most enjoyable films, The Servant, as the valet to James Fox who ends up taking on a whole hell of a lot more of the man’s life than just setting out his clothes.

Honour Roll: Tom Courtenay, Billy Liar; Marcello Mastroianni, 8 1/2/The Organizer/Yesterday, Today And Tomorrow; Tatsuya Nakadai, High And Low; Paul Newman, Hud

BIL'S BEST ACTRESS

The performance I find the most exciting and charismatic comes from the legendary Sophia Loren and…

  • Charade

    1

  • The Big City

    2

  • 8½

    3

  • The Leopard

    4

  • High and Low

    5

  • America America

    6

  • Judex

    7

  • The Organizer

    8

  • The Servant

    9

  • Hud

    10