Barbara Stanwyck Movies – Rate the films that made Barbara Stanwyck the undisputed Queen of the Screen

Have you had the pleasure of seeing Barbara Stanwyck perfect the role of Ann Mitchell in Meet John Doe? Or did you fall in love with her near the beginning of her career when she played Kay Arnold in Ladies of Leisure? Perhaps you will always cherish her final film whereby she played Irene Trent in The Night Walker? There is no denying the fact that Barbara Stanwyck is mostly known for playing the leading roles in some of Hollywood’s most famous and well-loved films. We are lucky enough to have a monumental 85 films to choose from and thus we can certainly cherish the memory of Missy through watching the performances that have made her so famous.

On our website we have created a section dedicated to the fantastically entertaining Barbara Stanwyck movies whereby you can actually rate every film she has featured in i.e. give them a star rating out of five. This is something we definitely encourage you to do. It will be interesting to see what comes out on top. Will it be her first ever role as Fan dancer in Broadway Nights? Will it be the massive hit Double Indemnity when she played Phyllis Dietrichson? Or what about her role as Jean in The Lady Eve? Whenever you watch one of Barbara Stanwyck movies why not come and give it a rating. You can even write a review and let us know your thoughts. We encourage any contribution that is related to the Queen of the Screen herself. Furthermore, if you find any interesting reviews online, then feel free to share them. We welcome any content that you enjoy.

So, what are you waiting for? Time to let the Barbara Stanwyck movies marathon begin. We know there is nothing that we enjoy more than seeing the strong, talented, beautiful and determined lady do what she did best. Start from the beginning and work your way through each of the films; right from the 1920s to the 1960s – that’s approximately 40 years of film you have to enjoy. And we are most certainly grateful to Missy for providing us with masses and masses of entertainment. She lit up the lives of many when she was alive, and she definitely continues to light up ours via the big screen!