Best Movies of 1955

RTITLELL%Lists By Year
1Mister Roberts28174%1955 (281)
2Marty27071%1955 (270)
3East of Eden19652%1955 (196)
4Blackboard Jungle19050%1955 (190)
5Bad Day at Black Rock17045%1955 (170)
6A Man Called Peter16644%1955 (166)
7The Rose Tattoo14537%1955 (14) | 1956 (131)
8Trial13435%1955 (134)
9Love Me or Leave Me13034%1955 (130)
10Summertime12032%1955 (120)
11I'll Cry Tomorrow12531%1956 (125)
12The Man With the Golden Arm12331%1956 (123)
13Love is a Many11430%1955 (114)
14The Bridges at Toko-Ri10929%1955 (109)
15To Catch a Thief10327%1955 (103)
16The Tender Trap9625%1955 (96)
17Battle Cry8322%1955 (83)
18Not as a Stranger7921%1955 (79)
19Rebel Without a Cause7720%1955 (77)
20The Seven7620%1955 (76)
21Lady and the Tramp6617%1955 (66)
22Strategic Air Command5916%1955 (59)
22I Am a Camera5916%1955 (59)
24The Court Martial of Billy Mitchell5414%1956 (54)
25The Long Gray Line5113%1955 (51)
26The Private War of Major Benson4813%1955 (48)
26To Hell and Back4813%1955 (48)
28The Shrike4712%1955 (47)
29The African Lion4412%1955 (44)
30Pete Kelly's Blues4211%1955 (42)
31The Phenix City Story4111%1955 (41)
32The Seven Little Foys3910%1955 (39)
33The Big Knife287%1955 (28)
34The Desperate Hours277%1955 (27)
35The Wages of Fear246%1955 (24)
35Ulysses (1955)246%1955 (24)
37My Sister Eileen (1955)226%1955 (22)
38To Paris With Love174%1955 (17)
38The Kentuckian174%1955 (17)
38Doctor in the House174%1955 (17)
41The Man From Laramie164%1955 (16)
41The Divided Heart164%1955 (16)
43The Game of Love154%1955 (15)
44Ugestsu144%1955 (14)
44The Tall Men144%1955 (14)
44Guys and Dolls144%1955 (14)
47Daddy Long Legs (1955)133%1955 (13)
48The Littlest Outlaw133%1956 (13)
49All That Heaven Allows123%1956 (12)

Lists Included 378 (estimated)

L Total number of lists where the film was selected as one of the top 10 films of the year
Percentage of total lists where the film was selected as one of the top 10 films of the year
Lists By Year
Number of votes in annual Film Daily poll

The Results of this poll are directly from The Film Daily annual poll that asked newspapers around the nation to submit a top 10 list.  Films have been recategorized to U.S. release dates, as the poll often took place prior to year-end.