Top Ten Edwardian Films

I realized that I never posted the results for the poll for Edwardian-era Films posted back in October. I've also added a few more films to that category since then (Iron Jawed Angels, Dean Spanley, Christy, The Last Station, Séraphine and Out of Africa) which are not included in the poll.

Thanks to all who voted! (3300 votes cast)

Here are the Top Ten
(Most Watched Films of the Edwardian era)

#1 Titanic
(no surprise there considering the box office that the film enjoyed!)


#2 Finding Neverland
#3 My Fair Lady
#4 The Importance of Being Earnest













#5 A Little Princess
#6 Anne of Green Gables
#7 Miss Potter













#8 A Room with a View
#9 Howard's End
#10 Doctor Zhivago














Downton Abbey came in at #11 which I anticipate would be higher up in the ranks if the poll better reflected recent viewings!

4 comments:

  1. I am so glad that "A Room with a View" is in this top ten !

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  2. @Chloe

    Best as in most popular, too bad. I think The Winslow Boy and The Shooting Party are better than many listed here. Good site btw.

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  3. I'm just so glad I've watched almost all of them.

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