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The 100 Greatest Movie Stars (2003)

A national survey of the top 100 film actors in history, voted on by the British public.

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Mark Robinson
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Richard E. Grant ... Narrator (voice)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Amitabh Bachchan ... Himself
Sanjeev Bhaskar ... Himself
Juliette Binoche ... Herself
Cate Blanchett ... Herself
Marlon Brando ... Himself (archive footage)
James Brown ... Himself
Gabriel Byrne ... Himself
Michael Caine ... Himself
Ted Casablanca Ted Casablanca ... Himself - Film Critic
Jackie Chan ... Himself
Julie Christie ... Herself
Andrew Collins Andrew Collins ... Himself - Film Critic & Broadcaster
Kevin Costner ... Himself
Kelly Cutrone ... Herself - Publicist
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A national survey of the top 100 film actors in history, voted on by the British public.

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UK

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English

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4 May 2003 (UK) See more »

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100 величайших кинозвезд See more »

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An Interesting Turn-out
26 July 2003 | by GreatwhitewhaleSee all my reviews

Al Pacino has been voted the greatest movie star of all time by the British public. But what about the list?

I was very surprised by such people as Robert Downey Jr and Winona Ryder in it. And Kate Winslet came in No. 55. Above Richard Burton, Elizabeth Taylor and Vivien Leigh. And what has she done? Titanic? Quills?

Apparently, Audrey Hepburn is the greatest actress of all time, only coming in at No 13.

Michael Douglas has beaten his own father coming in at No. 100, as Kirk Douglas wasn't even in the list at all!

People have questioned why such people as Laurence Olivier, Alec Guinness and John Gielgud are not in it but this is who the British public voted for, and really it's not about the acting, it's about the movie star quality of these people.

It was an entertaining show to watch though I do wonder why they concentrate on how dodgy these people's private lives are (Hugh Grant for example). Well done, Mr. Pacino.


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