LOS ANGELES — Among the best-known Ernest Borgnine films:

“China Corsair,” 1951

“The Whistle at Eaton Falls,” 1951

“The Mob,” 1951

“The Stranger Wore a Gun,” 1953

• “From Here to Eternity,” 1953

• “Johnny Guitar,” 1954

• “Demetrius and the Gladiators,” 1954

• “The Bounty Hunter,” 1954

• “Vera Cruz,” 1954

• “Bad Day at Black Rock,” 1955

• “Marty,” 1955

• “Run for Cover,” 1955

“Violet Saturday,” 1955

• “The Last Command,” 1955

• “The Square Jungle,” 1956

• “Jubal,” 1956

• “The Catered Affair,” 1956

•  “The Best Things in Life Are Free,” 1956

• “Three Brave Men,” 1957

• “The Vikings,” 1958

• “The Badlanders,” 1958

• “Torpedo Run,” 1958

• “The Rabbit Trap,” 1959

• “Summer of the Seventeenth Doll,” 1959

• “Man on a String,” 1960

• “Pay or Die,” 1960

• “Go Naked in the World,” 1961

• “Barabbas,” 1961

• “McHale’s Navy,” 1964

• “The Flight of the Phoenix,” 1965

• “The Oscar,” 1966

• “The Dirty Dozen,” 1967

• “Chuka,” 1967

• “The Legend of Lylah Clare,” 1968

• “The Split,” 1968

• “Ice Station Zebra,” 1968

• “The Wild Bunch,” 1969

• “A Bullet for Sandoval,” 1970

• “The Adventurers,” 1970

• “Suppose They Gave a War and Nobody Came,” 1970

• “Willard,” 1971

• “Bunny O’Hare,” 1971

• “Rain for a Dusty Summer,” 1971

• “Hannie Caulder,” 1971

• “The Poseidon Adventure,” 1972

• “The Neptune Factor,” 1973

• “Emperor of the North Pole,” 1973

• “Law and Disorder,” 1974

• “Sunday in the Country,” 1975

• “The Devil’s Rain,” 1975

• “Hustle,” 1975

• “Won Ton Ton – The Dog That Saved Hollywood,” 1976 (cameo)

• “The Greatest,” 1977

• “The Prince and the Pauper,” 1977

• “Convoy,” 1978

• “Ravagers,” 1979

• “The Double McGuffin,” 1979

• “The Black Hole,” 1979

• “When Time Ran Out,” 1980,

• “Escape From New York,” 1981

• “High Risk,” 1981

• “Deadly Blessing,” 1981

• “Young Warriors,” 1983

• “Spike of Bensonhurst,” 1988

• “Turnaround, Laser Mission,” 1989

• “Any Man’s Death,” 1990

• “Moving Target,” 1990

• “Mistress,” 1992

• “All Dogs Go to Heaven 2,” 1996 (voice)

• “McHale’s Navy,” 1997

• “Gattaca,” 1997

• “BASEketball,” 1998

• “Abilene,” 1999

• “Castlerock,” 2000

• “The Long Ride Home,” 2003

– The Associated Press