The Happy Mondays star - still wearing his crash helmet beneath his Indiana Jones-style fedora hat - performed twirls, whip-cracking and a forward roll in his action-packed routine.
Bez, 57, missed five days of rehearsals after testing positive for COVID-19 and being forced to self-isolate.
Before his Movies Week routine he said: "I've had the old lurgy. Five days off the ice and I've got to find my feet again. I'm bringing some new elements in to show ive improved as a skater."
But he wowed the judges with his Raiders Of The Lost Ark performance which featured snakes and a giant rolling boulder.
The judges all awarded him 4.5/10 - giving him 18/40, up 5.5 points from his debut performance which earnt him 12.5/40.
Bez exclaimed: "I cant believe them scores I was aiming for 4 but 4.5 that's absolutely surpassed them."
Director Bez shouts FINAL CALL, FINAL CALL....
Can all those ready for #DancingOnIce report to set right now. We're about to begin with an EPIC Movie Week. Take your seats and pour the popcorn... @ITV and @WeAreStv pic.twitter.com/bpt1qJJyf7
— Dancing on Ice (@dancingonice) January 30, 2022
When presenter Holly Willoughby commented on his large hat he admitted: "That's got my safety gear underneath - it's got my helmet under it!"
Head judge Christopher Dean said: "I've got to say you're getting better. Stop, drop and roll, whips, it was all there. Please carry on, I can't wait for next week."
Judge Ashley Banjo said: "You are a legend! You do so much on your own and you haven't fallen over. That was a mini movie - you're getting chased by snakes and boulders! You had it al.
Jayne Torvill told him: "The dive into this roll, that takes a lot of guts."
And Oti Mabuse said: "Bez you are the king of performance!"
Pussycat Kimberly Wyatt was top of the leaderboard for her performance to The Greatest Show from The Greatest Showman.
Bez will also make his return after isolating with COVID - he did not actually miss any performances as he had skated in the first group of celebrities to open the series in week one, but was not able to attend the studio last week to see the second half of the group take to the ice.
Olympic BMX rider Kye Whyte announced over the weekend he would not be taking part in this week's show due to medical advice after injuring his knee in training.
A Dancing On Ice spokesperson said: "During rehearsals for this Sunday’s show, Kye fell on the ice and sustained an injury and will therefore not perform in this weekend’s show."
Last year's Dancing On Ice suffered a record number of celebrity drop-outs, with five celebrities forced to leave the cast over injury and testing positive for COVID, and a number of the pro skaters also injured.
Watch: Bez fall in Dancing On Ice training