Rank Title Points Votes Your Vote
1
Sexual tensions build between Natalie Wood and boyfriend Warren Beatty in twenties Kansas, leading to Wood's mental breakdown.
Current Score:
131
Total Votes:
185
2
She may have been only 8 years old, but Wood turns in a great performance as a worldly-wise Santa skeptic.
Current Score:
94
Total Votes:
156
3
A one-night stand turns into something more serious when Steve McQueen wakes up next to Wood.
Current Score:
85
Total Votes:
135
4
She may not have sung, but who could doubt that Wood's beauty could spark a gangland war?
Current Score:
82
Total Votes:
172
5
As Daddy's girl gone bad, Wood simmers while James Dean crackles -- earning her the first of many Oscar nods.
Current Score:
81
Total Votes:
155
6
Wood bares much if not everything as stripper Gypsy Rose Lee and holds her own against Rosalind Russell, her domineering mother.
Current Score:
64
Total Votes:
120
7
Though Wood's screen time is brief, she plays a pivotal part in one hell of a moving reunion with her uncle, played by John Wayne.
Current Score:
61
Total Votes:
121
8
This rags-to-riches story of a young starlet has obvious parallels to Wood's real life and is one of her most complex performances.
Current Score:
44
Total Votes:
104
9
This swinging sex comedy -- a humorous reminder that free love has its costs -- features Wood as Elliott Gould's fancy and free spouse.
Current Score:
17
Total Votes:
95
10
A machine replays the last moments of someone's life. That this was Wood's last movie makes the plot all the more eerie.
Current Score:
9
Total Votes:
99