List of 20th Century Fox films

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Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation
TypeSubsidiary of 21st Century Fox
IndustryMotion pictures
FoundedMay 31, 1935 (1935-05-31),[1] by merger of Fox Films (founded in 1915) and 20th Century Pictures, Inc. (founded in 1933)
HeadquartersCentury City, Los Angeles, U.S.
ProductsFilms
Owner(s)21st Century Fox
ParentFox Entertainment Group
Websitefoxmovies.com
foxstudios.com
 
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Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation
TypeSubsidiary of 21st Century Fox
IndustryMotion pictures
FoundedMay 31, 1935 (1935-05-31),[1] by merger of Fox Films (founded in 1915) and 20th Century Pictures, Inc. (founded in 1933)
HeadquartersCentury City, Los Angeles, U.S.
ProductsFilms
Owner(s)21st Century Fox
ParentFox Entertainment Group
Websitefoxmovies.com
foxstudios.com

This is a list of films produced and/or distributed by the U.S. film studio 20th Century Fox Film Corporation. The company was founded on May 31, 1935 as a merger between Fox Film Corporation and 20th Century Pictures. For the films of those two companies, see List of Fox films before 1940 and List of 20th Century Pictures films.

*:public domain

1910s[edit source | edit]

1920s[edit source | edit]

1930s[edit source | edit]

Film TitleRelease DateNotes
City GirlJanuary 7, 1938
Tarzan's RevengeJanuary 7, 1938
Change of HeartJanuary 14, 1938
Hawaiian BuckarooJanuary 14, 1938
Happy LandingJanuary 23, 1938
International SettlementFebruary 4, 1938
The Baroness and the ButlerFebruary 18, 1938
Love on a BudgetMarch 4, 1938
Sally, Irene and MaryMarch 4, 1938
Walking Down BroadwayMarch 11, 1938
Rebecca of Sunnybrook FarmMarch 18, 1938
Island in the SkyApril 1, 1938
Mr. Moto's GambleApril 7, 1938
RawhideApril 8, 1938
Battle of BroadwayApril 22, 1938
Four Men and a PrayerApril 29, 1938
A Trip to ParisMay 6, 1938
Kentucky MoonshineMay 20, 1938
RascalsMay 20, 1938
KidnappedMay 27, 1938
Safety in NumbersMay 30, 1938
JosetteJune 3, 1938
Speed to BurnJune 7, 1938
One Wild NightJune 10, 1938
Three Blind MiceJune 18, 1938
Mr. Moto Takes a ChanceJune 24, 1938
Always GoodbyeJuly 1, 1938
We're Going to Be RichJuly 3, 1938
Panamint's Bad ManJuly 8, 1938
Passport HusbandJuly 15, 1938
I'll Give a MillionJuly 22, 1938
Little Miss BroadwayJuly 29, 1938
GatewayAugust 5, 1938
Keep SmilingAugust 12, 1938
Alexander's Ragtime BandAugust 16, 1938
My Lucky StarSeptember 9, 1938
Hold That Co-edSeptember 16, 1938
Mysterious Mr. MotoSeptember 25, 1938
Straight, Place and ShowSeptember 30, 1938
Meet the GirlsOctober 7, 1938
Down on the FarmOctober 11, 1938
Five of a KindOctober 14, 1938
Mysterious Mr. MotoOctober 14, 1938
Always in TroubleOctober 28, 1938
SuezOctober 28, 1938
Just Around the CornerNovember 11, 1938
SharpshootersNovember 18, 1938
Submarine PatrolNovember 25, 1938
Climbing HighDecember 1, 1938
Road DemonDecember 2, 1938
Up the RiverDecember 9, 1938
Thanks for EverythingDecember 23, 1938
KentuckyDecember 30, 1938
While New York SleepsJanuary 6, 1939
Charlie Chan in HonoluluJanuary 13, 1939
Mr. Moto's Last WarningJanuary 20, 1939
Jesse James Blueribbon icon.pngJanuary 27, 1939
The Arizona WildcatFebruary 11, 1939
The Three MusketeersFebruary 17, 1939
Smiling AlongFebruary 19, 1939
Tail SpinFebruary 19, 1939
Pardon Our NerveFebruary 24, 1939
StagecoachMarch 2, 1939
Wife, Husband and FriendMarch 3, 1939
Inside StoryMarch 10, 1939
The Little Princess* Blueribbon icon.pngMarch 17, 1939
Everybody's BabyMarch 24, 1939
Winner Take AllMarch 30, 1939
The Hound of the BaskervillesMarch 31, 1939
Mr. Moto in Danger IslandApril 7, 1939
The Story of Alexander Graham BellApril 14, 1939
Return of the Cisco KidApril 28, 1939
Chasing DangerMay 5, 1939
Rose of Washington SquareMay 5, 1939
Boy FriendMay 19, 1939
The GorillaMay 26, 1939
The Jones Family in HollywoodJune 2, 1939
It Could Happen to YouJune 8, 1939
Young Mr. LincolnJune 9, 1939
Inspector HornleighJune 14, 1939
Charlie Chan in RenoJune 16, 1939
Susannah of the MountiesJune 23, 1939
Second FiddleJune 30, 1939
Mr. Moto Takes a VacationJuly 7, 1939
News Is Made Every NightJuly 21, 1939
Frontier MarshalJuly 28, 1939
The Ware CaseJuly 31, 1939
Hotel for WomenAugust 4, 1939
Chicken Wagon FamilyAugust 11, 1939
Stanley and LivingstoneAugust 18, 1939
Quick MillionsAugust 25, 1939
The Adventures of Sherlock HolmesSeptember 1, 1939
Charlie Chan at Treasure IslandSeptember 8, 1939
The Rains CameSeptember 15, 1939
Stop, Look and LoveSeptember 22, 1939
Here I Am a StrangerSeptember 29, 1939
The Great CommandmentOctober 2, 1939
The EscapeOctober 6, 1939
Hollywood CavalcadeOctober 13, 1939
Pack Up Your TroublesOctober 20, 1939
20,000 Men a YearOctober 27, 1939
Heaven with a Barbed Wire FenceNovember 3, 1939
Drums Along the MohawkNovember 10, 1939
Too Busy to WorkNovember 17, 1939
Day-Time WifeNovember 24, 1939
Charlie Chan in City in DarknessDecember 1, 1939
Inspector Hornleigh on HolidayDecember 1, 1939
BarricadeDecember 8, 1939
The Honeymoon's OverDecember 14, 1939
Everything Happens at NightDecember 22, 1939
The Cisco Kid and the LadyDecember 29, 1939

1940s[edit source | edit]

Film TitleRelease DateNotes
Swanee RiverJanuary 5, 1940
City of ChanceJanuary 13, 1940
The Blue BirdJanuary 15, 1940
He Married His WifeJanuary 19, 1940
The Man Who Wouldn't TalkJanuary 23, 1940
High SchoolJanuary 26, 1940
Little Old New YorkFebruary 9, 1940
Young as You FeelFebruary 16, 1940
Charlie Chan in PanamaMarch 1, 1940
They Came by NightMarch 7, 1940
The Grapes of WrathMarch 15, 1940
Free, Blonde and 21March 29, 1940
Star DustApril 6, 1940
Viva Cisco KidApril 12, 1940
Johnny ApolloApril 19, 1940
Shooting HighApril 26, 1940
I Was an AdventuressMay 10, 1940
My Favorite WifeMay 17, 1940
On Their OwnMay 17, 1940
Lillian RussellMay 24, 1940
Girl in 313May 31, 1940
EarthboundJune 6, 1940
Four SonsJune 14, 1940
Charlie Chan's Murder CruiseJune 21, 1940
Lucky Cisco KidJune 28, 1940
Sailor's LadyJuly 5, 1940
Manhattan HeartbeatJuly 12, 1940
MarylandJuly 19, 1940
Girl from Avenue AAugust 9, 1940
The Man I MarriedAugust 9, 1940
The Return of Frank JamesAugust 16, 1940
Pier 13August 23, 1940
The Great PeopleAugust 30, 1940
Young PeopleAugust 30, 1940
Charlie Chan at the Wax MuseumSeptember 6, 1940
Public Deb No. 1September 13, 1940
Brigham YoungSeptember 27, 1940
The Gay CaballeroOctober 4, 1940
Down Argentine Way Blueribbon icon.pngOctober 11, 1940
The Mark of ZorroNovember 8, 1940
Street of MemoriesNovember 15, 1940
Youth Will Be ServedNovember 22, 1940
Tin Pan AlleyNovember 29, 1940
Charter PilotDecember 6, 1940
Murder Over New YorkDecember 13, 1940
JennieDecember 20, 1940
Chad HannaDecember 25, 1940
Night Train to MunichDecember 29, 1940
Hudson's BayJanuary 3, 1941
Michael Shayne: Private DetectiveJanuary 10, 1941
Romance of the Rio GrandeJanuary 17, 1941
Tall, Dark and HandsomeJanuary 24, 1941
Girl in the NewsJanuary 31, 1941
Ride, Kelly, RideFebruary 7, 1941
Golden HoofsFebruary 14, 1941
Western UnionFebruary 21, 1941
Murder Among FriendsFebruary 28, 1941
Tobacco RoadMarch 7, 1941
Sleepers WestMarch 14, 1941
Dead Men TellMarch 28, 1941
Scotland YardApril 4, 1941
That Night in RioApril 11, 1941
Ride on VaqueroApril 18, 1941
The Great American BroadcastMay 9, 1941
The Cowboy and the BlondeMay 16, 1941
The Bride Wore CrutchesMay 25, 1941
Blood and Sand Blueribbon icon.pngMay 30, 1941
For Beauty's SakeJune 6, 1941
Man HuntJune 13, 1941
A Very Young LadyJune 27, 1941
Inspector Hornleigh Goes to ItJuly 1, 1941
Moon Over Miami Blueribbon icon.pngJuly 4, 1941
Accent on LoveJuly 11, 1941
Dance HallJuly 18, 1941
Charley's AuntAugust 1, 1941
Dressed to KillAugust 8, 1941
Wild Geese CallingAugust 15, 1941
Private NurseAugust 22, 1941
Sun Valley SerenadeAugust 29, 1941
Belle StarrSeptember 5, 1941
Charlie Chan in RioSeptember 5, 1941
We Go FastSeptember 19, 1941
Last of the DuanesSeptember 26, 1941
Man at LargeSeptember 26, 1941
A Yank in the RAFSeptember 26, 1941
Great GunsOctober 10, 1941
Riders of the Purple SageOctober 10, 1941
Week-End in Havana Blueribbon icon.pngOctober 17, 1941
Swamp WaterOctober 23, 1941
Moon Over Her ShoulderOctober 24, 1941
How Green Was My ValleyOctober 28, 1941
I Wake Up ScreamingOctober 31, 1941
Rise and ShineNovember 21, 1941
Cadet GirlNovember 28, 1941
Marry the Bo$$'$ DaughterNovember 28, 1941
Confirm or DenyDecember 12, 1941
The Perfect SnobDecember 19, 1941
Remember the DayDecember 25, 1941
Blue, White and PerfectJanuary 6, 1942
A Gentleman at HeartJanuary 16, 1942
Right to the HeartJanuary 23, 1942
Son of Fury: The Story of Benjamin BlakeJanuary 29, 1942
Young AmericaFebruary 6, 1942
On the Sunny SideFebruary 13, 1942
Roxie HartFebruary 20, 1942
Castle in the DesertFebruary 27, 1942
The Night Before the DivorceMarch 6, 1942
Song of the IslandsMarch 13, 1942
Lone Star RangerMarch 20, 1942
Rings on Her FingersMarch 20, 1942
To the Shores of TripoliMarch 24, 1942
Sundown JimMarch 27, 1942
Secret Agent of JapanApril 3, 1942
Who Is Hope Schuyler?April 17, 1942
My Gal SalApril 30, 1942
The Man Who Wouldn't DieMay 1, 1942
This Above AllMay 12, 1942
The Mad MartindalesMay 15, 1942
Whispering GhostsMay 17, 1942
KippsMay 24, 1942
Prelude to WarMay 27, 1942
It Happened in FlatbushMay 28, 1942
MoontideMay 29, 1942
Thru Different EyesJune 19, 1942
Ten Gentlemen from West PointJune 26, 1942
The Magnificent DopeJuly 1, 1942
The Postman Didn't RingJuly 3, 1942
Little Tokyo, U.S.A.July 8, 1942
United We StandJuly 10, 1942
Footlight SerenadeAugust 1, 1942
A-Haunting We Will GoAugust 7, 1942
The Pied PiperAugust 21, 1942
The Loves of Edgar Allan PoeAugust 28, 1942
Orchestra WivesSeptember 4, 1942
Berlin CorrespondentSeptember 11, 1942
Careful, Soft ShoulderSeptember 18, 1942
The Man in the TrunkSeptember 18, 1942
IcelandSeptember 21, 1942
Tales of ManhattanSeptember 24, 1942
Just Off BroadwaySeptember 25, 1942
Girl TroubleOctober 9, 1942
Manila CallingOctober 16, 1942
Dr. Renault's SecretOctober 19, 1942
Thunder Birds Blueribbon icon.pngOctober 19, 1942
Springtime in the RockiesNovember 6, 1942
That Other WomanNovember 13, 1942
The Undying MonsterNovember 27, 1942
The Black SwanDecember 4, 1942
China GirlDecember 9, 1942
We Are the MarinesDecember 13, 1942
Life Begins at Eight-ThirtyDecember 25, 1942
Chetniks! The Fighting GuerrillasJanuary 11, 1943
Immortal SergeantJanuary 11, 1943
Over My Dead BodyJanuary 15, 1943
Time to KillJanuary 22, 1943
Margin for ErrorFebruary 10, 1943
The Meanest Man in the WorldFebruary 12, 1943
The Young Mr. PittMarch 10, 1943
Dixie DuganMarch 12, 1943
The Moon Is DownMarch 14, 1943
Quiet Please, MurderMarch 19, 1943
Hello, Frisco, HelloMarch 26, 1943
He Hired the BossApril 2, 1943
Desert VictoryApril 13, 1943
Crash DiveApril 28, 1943
Tonight We Raid CalaisApril 30, 1943
They Came to Blow Up AmericaMay 7, 1943
The Ox-Bow IncidentMay 21, 1943
My Friend Flicka Blueribbon icon.pngMay 26, 1943
JitterbugsJune 11, 1943
Coney IslandJune 18, 1943
Stormy WeatherJuly 21, 1943
Bomber's MoonAugust 6, 1943
Heaven Can Wait Blueribbon icon.pngAugust 11, 1943
Holy MatrimonyAugust 27, 1943
WintertimeSeptember 17, 1943
Sweet Rosie O'GradyOctober 1, 1943
Paris After DarkOctober 15, 1943
Guadalcanal DiaryOctober 27, 1943
ClaudiaNovember 4, 1943
Happy LandNovember 10, 1943
The Battle of RussiaNovember 11, 1943
The Dancing MastersNovember 19, 1943
The Song of BernadetteDecember 21, 1943
The Gang's All HereDecember 24, 1943
The LodgerJanuary 19, 1944
LifeboatJanuary 28, 1944
The Fighting SullivansFebruary 3, 1944
San Demetrio LondonFebruary 21, 1944
The Purple HeartFebruary 23, 1944
Four Jills in a JeepMarch 17, 1944
Jane EyreApril 7, 1944
TampicoApril 10, 1944
Buffalo BillApril 13, 1944
Pin Up GirlApril 25, 1944
Bermuda MysteryMay 1, 1944
The Eve of St. MarkMay 22, 1944
Ladies of WashingtonMay 25, 1944
Roger Touhy, GangsterJune 3, 1944
Home in IndianaJune 15, 1944
Take It or Leave ItJuly 17, 1944
Wing and a PrayerJuly 28, 1944
Candlelight in AlgeriaJuly 30, 1944
WilsonAugust 1, 1944
Sweet and Low-DownSeptember 21, 1944
The Big NoiseSeptember 22, 1944
In the Meantime, DarlingSeptember 22, 1944
Greenwich VillageSeptember 27, 1944
Laura Blueribbon icon.pngOctober 11, 1944
Something for the BoysNovember 1, 1944
Irish Eyes Are SmilingNovember 7, 1944
Sunday Dinner for a SoldierDecember 8, 1944
The Keys of the KingdomDecember 15, 1944
The Fighting LadyDecember 21, 1944
Winged VictoryDecember 22, 1944
Hangover SquareFebruary 7, 1945
A Tree Grows in BrooklynFebruary 28, 1945
Thunderhead, Son of FlickaMarch 15, 1945
A Royal ScandalApril 11, 1945
Circumstantial EvidenceApril 22, 1945
Diamond HorseshoeMay 2, 1945
The BullfightersMay 11, 1945
Where Do We Go from Here?May 23, 1945
Molly and MeMay 25, 1945
Don Juan QuilliganJune 1, 1945
The Way AheadJune 3, 1945
Nob HillJune 13, 1945
Junior MissJune 16, 1945
Captain EddieJune 19, 1945
A Bell for AdanoJune 21, 1945
The Caribbean MysteryJune 1945
Within These WallsJuly 13, 1945
State FairAugust 30, 1945
The House on 92nd StreetSeptember 10, 1945
And Then There Were None*October 31, 1945
The Dolly SistersNovember 14, 1945
Fallen AngelDecember 5, 1945
Leave Her to Heaven Blueribbon icon.pngDecember 20, 1945Fox's highest grossing film of the 1940s
A Walk in the SunDecember 25, 1945
Doll FaceDecember 31, 1945
The SpiderDecember 1945
Colonel Effingham's RaidJanuary 24, 1946
ShockFebruary 1, 1946
Behind Green LightsFebruary 15, 1946
Claudia and DavidFebruary 25, 1946
I Live in Grosvenor SquareMarch 3, 1946
Sentimental JourneyMarch 6, 1946
Johnny Comes Flying HomeApril 5, 1946
The Dark CornerApril 9, 1946
DragonwyckApril 10, 1946
Cluny BrownMay 1, 1946
Rendezvous 24May 6, 1946
Do You Love Me?May 17, 1946
Strange TriangleMay 17, 1946
Somewhere in the NightJune 12, 1946
Anna and the King of SiamJune 20, 1946
SmokyJune 26, 1946
Centennial SummerJuly 17, 1946
It Shouldn't Happen to a DogJuly 1946
Deadline for MurderAugust 1, 1946
Black BeautyAugust 29, 1946
If I'm LuckySeptember 2, 1946
Three Little Girls in BlueSeptember 25, 1946
Home Sweet HomicideOctober 2, 1946
Strange JourneyOctober 3, 1946
MargieOctober 16, 1946
A Voice in the NightNovember 2, 1946
The Razor's EdgeNovember 19, 1946
Dangerous MillionsNovember 27, 1946
Wake Up and DreamDecember 2, 1946
My Darling ClementineDecember 3, 1946
The Shocking Miss PilgrimJanuary 4, 1947
13 Rue MadeleineJanuary 15, 1947
The Brasher DoubloonFebruary 6, 1947
BacklashMarch 1, 1947
BoomerangMarch 5, 1947
The Late George ApleyMarch 20, 1947
Carnival in Costa RicaMarch 28, 1947
Miracle on 34th StreetMay 2, 1947and 1994 remake
Jewels of BrandenburgMay 27, 1947
Moss RoseMay 30, 1947
The Ghost and Mrs. MuirJune 26, 1947
The Crimson KeyJuly 2, 1947
Second ChanceJuly 18, 1947
I Wonder Who's Kissing Her NowJuly 23, 1947
Mother Wore TightsAugust 20, 1947
Kiss of DeathAugust 27, 1947plus 1995 remake
The Foxes of HarrowSeptember 24, 1947
The Invisible WallOctober 15, 1947
Forever AmberOctober 22, 1947
Nightmare Alley Blueribbon icon.pngOctober 28, 1947
Thunder in the ValleyNovember 1, 1947
Roses Are RedNovember 10, 1947
Gentleman's AgreementNovember 11, 1947
Dangerous YearsDecember 7, 1947
Captain from CastileDecember 25, 1947
Daisy KenyonDecember 25, 1947
13 Lead Soldiers1948
Jungle Patrol1948
The Tender YearsJanuary 3, 1948
An Ideal HusbandJanuary 14, 1948
Call Northside 777February 1, 1948
You Were Meant for MeFebruary 1, 1948
Let's Live AgainFebruary 27, 1948
Sitting PrettyMarch 10, 1948
Half Past MidnightMarch 1948
The ChallengeApril 2, 1948
Arthur Takes OverApril 7, 1948
Scudda Hoo! Scudda Hay!April 14, 1948
Anna KareninaApril 27, 1948
Fury at Furnace CreekApril 30, 1948
The Iron CurtainMay 12, 1948
Meet Me at DawnMay 17, 1948
The CounterfeitersMay 28, 1948
Green Grass of WyomingJune 3, 1948
The Winner's CircleJune 8, 1948
Give My Regards to BroadwayJune 22, 1948
The Street with No NameJuly 14, 1948
The Checkered CoatJuly 16, 1948
Deep WatersJuly 22, 1948
EscapeJuly 30, 1948
Fighting BackJuly 30, 1948
The Walls of JerichoAugust 4, 1948
The CreeperSeptember 1, 1948
Night WindSeptember 1, 1948
The Gay IntrudersSeptember 2, 1948
Road HouseSeptember 22, 1948
Cry of the CitySeptember 29, 1948
Apartment for PeggyOctober 1, 1948
When My Baby Smiles at MeNovember 10, 1948
That Lady in ErmineAugust 24, 1948
The Luck of the IrishSeptember 15, 1948
The Snake PitNovember 13, 1948
Belle Starr's DaughterNovember 15, 1948
Bungalow 13November 19, 1948
That Wonderful UrgeNovember 20, 1948
Unfaithfully YoursDecember 10, 1948
Trouble PreferredDecember 31, 1948
This Was a WomanJanuary 4, 1949
Mine Own ExecutionerJanuary 18, 1949
Yellow SkyFebruary 1, 1949
A Man About the HouseMarch 8, 1949

1950s[edit source | edit]

Film TitleRelease DateNotes
When Willie Comes Marching HomeFebruary 17, 1950
Dakota LilFebruary 17, 1950
Three Came HomeFebruary 20, 1950
Mother Didn't Tell MeMarch 3, 1950
Under My SkinMarch 17, 1950
Wabash AvenueMarch 31, 1950
Cheaper by the DozenApril 17, 1950
The Big LiftApril 26, 1950
A Ticket to TomahawkMay 19, 1950
Love That BruteJune 6, 1950
Night and the CityJune 9, 1950
Panic in the StreetsJune 12, 1950
The GunfighterJune 23, 1950
Where the Sidewalk EndsJune 26, 1950
StellaJuly 20, 1950
Broken ArrowJuly 21, 1950
The Cariboo TrailAugust 1, 1950
No Way OutAugust 16, 1950
The Black RoseSeptember 1, 1950
Farewell to YesterdaySeptember 2, 1950
My Blue HeavenSeptember 15, 1950
The Glass MenagerieSeptember 28, 1950
Mister 880September 29, 1950
I'll Get ByOctober 2, 1950
Two Flags WestOctober 12, 1950
All About EveOctober 13, 1950Winner of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
The JackpotNovember 1, 1950
American Guerrilla in the PhilippinesNovember 8, 1950
The FireballNovember 9, 1950
The MudlarkNovember 28, 1950
For Heaven's SakeDecember 15, 1950
The Man Who Cheated HimselfDecember 26, 1950
Halls of MontezumaJanuary 4, 1951
Call Me MisterJanuary 31, 1951
Of Men and MusicFebruary 14, 1951
I'd Climb the Highest MountainFebruary 17, 1951
The 13th LetterFebruary 21, 1951
You're in the Navy NowFebruary 23, 1951
I'll Get You for ThisMarch 3, 1951
The Sword of Monte CristoMarch 3, 1951
Fourteen HoursMarch 6, 1951
Bird of ParadiseMarch 14, 1951
RawhideMarch 25, 1951
Dieu a besoin des hommesMarch 26, 1951
I Can Get It for You WholesaleApril 5, 1951
On the RivieraApril 20, 1951
Follow the SunApril 25, 1951
Half AngelMay 5, 1951
The House on Telegraph HillMay 12, 1951
The FrogmenJune 29, 1951
Take Care of My Little GirlJuly 18, 1951
Mr. Belvedere Rings the BellAugust 1, 1951
As Young as You FeelAugust 2, 1951
The Secret of Convict LakeAugust 3, 1951
David and BathshebaAugust 10, 1951
Meet Me After the ShowAugust 15, 1951
The Guy Who Came BackAugust 16, 1951
People Will TalkAugust 29, 1951
A Millionaire for ChristySeptember 2, 1951
No Highway in the SkySeptember 21, 1951
Journey Into LightSeptember 28, 1951
The Day the Earth Stood StillSeptember 28, 1951
Love NestOctober 10, 1951
The Desert Fox: The Story of RommelOctober 17, 1951
Anne of the IndiesOctober 18, 1951
The Model and the Marriage BrokerNovember 1951
Golden GirlNovember 1, 1951
Let's Make It LegalNovember 6, 1951
Fixed Bayonets!November 20, 1951
ElopementNovember 23, 1951
The Girl on the BridgeDecember 1951
I'll Never Forget YouDecember 7, 1951
Decision Before DawnDecember 21, 1951Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
Red Skies of MontanaJanuary 23, 1952
Rose of CimarronJanuary 28, 1952
Japanese War BrideJanuary 29, 1952
Phone Call from a StrangerFebruary 1, 1952
Viva Zapata!February 7, 1952
Return of the TexanFebruary 13, 1952
5 FingersFebruary 22, 1952
Deadline - U.S.A.March 14, 1952
With a Song in My HeartApril 4, 1952Winner of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy.
The Pride of St. LouisMay 2, 1952
Belles on Their ToesMay 2, 1952
The Outcasts of Poker FlatMay 16, 1952
KangarooMay 16, 1952
Lydia BaileyJune 2, 1952
Diplomatic CourierJune 13, 1952
Wait Till the Sun Shines, NellieJune 27, 1952
Lady in the Iron MaskJuly 4, 1952
We're Not Married!July 11, 1952
Don't Bother to KnockJuly 18, 1952
What Price Glory?July 25, 1952
DreamboatJuly 26, 1952
O. Henry's Full HouseAugust 7, 1952
Les MiserablesAugust 14, 1952
Monkey BusinessSeptember 5, 1952
The Snows of KilimanjaroSeptember 17, 1952
Night Without SleepSeptember 26, 1952
My Wife's Best FriendOctober 10, 1952
Way of a GauchoOctober 16, 1952
The Steel TrapNovember 12, 1952
Bloodhounds of BroadwayNovember 14, 1952
Something for the BirdsNovember 14, 1952
The Thief of VeniceNovember 27, 1952
My Pal GusDecember 1, 1952
The Star[N 1]December 11, 1952
Pony SoldierDecember 19, 1952
Stars and Stripes ForeverDecember 22, 1952Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy.
My Cousin RachelDecember 24, 1952
Ruby GentryDecember 25, 1952
The I Don't Care GirlJanuary 14, 1953
NiagaraJanuary 21, 1953
TaxiJanuary 21, 1953
Tonight We SingJanuary 26, 1953
The Silver WhipFebruary 1953
Treasure of the Golden CondorFebruary 4, 1953
Down Among the Sheltering PalmsMarch 1, 1953
Destination GobiMarch 20, 1953
Call Me MadamMarch 25, 1953
Man on a TightropeApril 1, 1953
TitanicApril 18, 1953
Invaders from MarsApril 22, 1953
The Seven Deadly SinsMay 11, 1953
The Girl Next DoorMay 13, 1953
The Desert RatsMay 8, 1953
The Glory BrigadeMay 20, 1953
The President's LadyMay 21, 1953
Powder RiverJune 8, 1953
The Farmer Takes a WifeJune 12, 1953
Pickup on South StreetJune 17, 1953
The Kid from Left FieldJuly 1953
White Witch DoctorJuly 1, 1953
Gentlemen Prefer BlondesJuly 18, 1953
A Blueprint for MurderJuly 24, 1953
Sailor of the KingJuly 25, 1953
Dangerous CrossingAugust 1953
InfernoAugust 12, 1953
Mister ScoutmasterSeptember 2, 1953
VickiSeptember 7, 1953
City of Bad MenSeptember 11, 1953
The RobeSeptember 16, 1953Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
Winner of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Drama.
Thy Neighbor's WifeSeptember 23, 1953
How to Marry a MillionaireNovember 5, 1953
Man CrazyDecember 2, 1953
Beneath the 12-Mile ReefDecember 2, 1953
King of the Khyber RiflesDecember 22, 1953
Man in the AtticDecember 23, 1953
Miss Robin Crusoe1954
Three Young TexansJanuary 1954
Hell and High WaterFebruary 6, 1954
Racing BloodMarch 3, 1954
New FacesMarch 6, 1954
Night PeopleMarch 12, 1954
The Rocket ManApril 1954
Prince ValiantApril 5, 1954
River of No ReturnApril 30, 1954
Gorilla at LargeMay 1954
Siege at Red RiverMay 1, 1954
Out of This WorldMay 4, 1954
The Barefoot BattalionMay 28, 1954
Three Coins in the FountainJune 2, 1954Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
Princess of the NileJune 11, 1954
Demetrius and the GladiatorsJune 18, 1954
The Royal Tour of Queen Elizabeth and PhilipJune 21, 1954
Garden of EvilJuly 9, 1954
The RaidAugust 4, 1954
The Gambler from NatchezAugust 4, 1954
The EgyptianAugust 24, 1954
Broken LanceSeptember 25, 1954
Woman's WorldSeptember 30, 1954
The Adventures of Hajji BabaOctober 1, 1954
Carmen JonesOctober 28, 1954Winner of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy.
Black WidowOctober 28, 1954
Outlaw's DaughterNovember 1, 1954
Black 13November 7, 1954
DesireeNovember 17, 1954
The Other WomanDecember 2, 1954
Devil's HarborDecember 7, 1954
There's No Business Like Show BusinessDecember 16, 1954
Prince of PlayersJanuary 11, 1955
The RacersFebruary 4, 1955
White FeatherFebruary 16, 1955
UntamedMarch 1, 1955
A Man Called PeterMarch 31, 1955
Violent SaturdayApril 1955
Daddy Long LegsMay 5, 1955
That LadyMay 11, 1955
Green MagicMay 16, 1955
Our Girl FridayMay 17, 1955
The Magnificent MatadorMay 24, 1955
Soldier of FortuneMay 27, 1955
AngelaJune 3, 1955
The Seven Year ItchJune 3, 1955
House of BambooJuly 1, 1955
A Life in the BalanceJuly 1, 1955
The Virgin QueenJuly 22, 1955
How to Be Very, Very PopularJuly 22, 1955
Love Is a Many-Splendored ThingAugust 18, 1955Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
The Left Hand of GodSeptember 21, 1955
Seven Cities of GoldSeptember 21, 1955
The Tall MenSeptember 22, 1955
The Girl in the Red Velvet SwingOctober 1, 1955
Oklahoma!October 11, 1955
The Deep Blue SeaOctober 13, 1955
The View from Pompey's HeadNovember 4, 1955
Good Morning, Miss DoveNovember 23, 1955
The Rains of RanchipurDecember 14, 1955
The Lieutenant Wore SkirtsJanuary 11, 1956
The Bottom of the BottleFebruary 1, 1956
CarouselFebruary 16, 1956
On the Threshold of SpaceMarch 29, 1956
MohawkApril 1, 1956
The Man Who Never WasApril 3, 1956
The Proud OnesMay 1956
The Man in the Gray Flannel SuitMay 8, 1956
Hilda CraneMay 8, 1956
The Revolt of Mamie StoverMay 11, 1956
23 Paces to Baker StreetMay 18, 1956
D-Day the Sixth of JuneMay 29, 1956
Abdullah's HaremJune 1956
MassacreJune 1, 1956
SmileyJune 12, 1956
The King and IJune 28, 1956Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
Winner of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy.
Bigger Than LifeAugust 2, 1956
The Queen of BabylonAugust 10, 1956
Bus StopAugust 31, 1956Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy.
The Last WagonSeptember 21, 1956
The Best Things in Life Are FreeSeptember 28, 1956
Between Heaven and HellOctober 11, 1956
The Desperados Are in TownNovember 1956
Teenage RebelNovember 1, 1956
Love Me TenderNovember 15, 1956
Three Brave MenDecember 1956
The Women of Pitcairn IslandDecember 1956
The Black WhipDecember 1956
The Girl Can't Help ItDecember 1, 1956
Stagecoach to FuryDecember 13, 1956
AnastasiaDecember 13, 1956
The Quiet GunJanuary 1957
Oh, Men! Oh, Women!February 22, 1957
The Storm RiderMarch 1957
Lost ContinentMarch 11, 1957
Heaven Knows, Mr. AllisonMarch 13, 1957
Break in the CircleApril 1957
The Adaptive UltimateApril 1957
KronosApril 1957
The River's EdgeApril 11, 1957
OasisApril 17, 1957
Boy on a DolphinApril 19, 1957
The Restless BreedMay 1957
Lure of the SwampMay 1957
Desk SetMay 1, 1957
Badlands of MontanaMay 1, 1957
The Way to the GoldMay 10, 1957
The True Story of Jesse JamesMay 22, 1957
China GateMay 22, 1957
The Wayward BusMay 27, 1957
Two Grooms for a BrideJune 1957
Island in the SunJune 12, 1957
The AbductorsJuly 1957
God Is My PartnerJuly 1957
Apache WarriorJuly 1957
An Affair to RememberJuly 11, 1957
A Hatful of RainJuly 17, 1957Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Drama.
BernardineJuly 24, 1957
Will Success Spoil Rock Hunter?July 29, 1957
Hell on Devil's IslandAugust 1957
The Unknown TerrorAugust 12, 1957
Back from the DeadAugust 12, 1957
The Sun Also RisesAugust 23, 1957
Forty GunsSeptember 1957
Copper SkySeptember 1957
The DeerslayerSeptember 10, 1957
Under FireSeptember 23, 1957
The Three Faces of EveSeptember 23, 1957
The Abominable SnowmanOctober 1957
Ghost DiverOctober 1957
Sea WifeOctober 16, 1957
Young and DangerousOctober 30, 1957
Rockabilly BabyOctober 30, 1957
No Down PaymentOctober 30, 1957
Ride a Violent MileNovember 24, 1957
April LoveNovember 27, 1957
Escape from Red RockDecember 1957
Plunder RoadDecember 5, 1957
Kiss Them for MeDecember 10, 1957
Peyton PlaceDecember 13, 1957Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
A Farewell to ArmsDecember 14, 1957
The Enemy BelowDecember 25, 1967
Stopover TokyoDecember 26, 1957
Beautiful But DangerousFebruary 5, 1958
The Gift of LoveFebruary 11, 1958
Sing, Boy, SingFebruary 21, 1958
Diamond SafariFebruary 21, 1958
Count Five and DieMarch 1958
Ambush at Cimarron PassMarch 1958
South PacificMarch 19, 1958Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Musical.
The Return of DraculaApril 1958
Blood ArrowApril 1, 1958
The Young LionsApril 2, 1958
The Long, Hot SummerApril 3, 1958
Thundering JetsMay 1958
Showdown at Boot HillMay 1, 1958
Ten North FrederickMay 22, 1958
The Naked EarthJune 1958
Space Master X-7June 1958
From Hell to TexasJune 1, 1958
FrauleinJune 8, 1958
The BravadosJune 25, 1958
Desert HellJune 25, 1958
Wolf DogJuly 1958
Sierra BaronJuly 1958
Gang WarJuly 1958
Prescription for MurderJuly 23, 1958
A Certain SmileJuly 31, 1958
The Fiend Who Walked the WestAugust 1, 1958
Flaming FrontierAugust 1, 1958
The HuntersAugust 26, 1958
The FlyAugust 29, 1958
Harry Black and the TigerSeptember 18, 1958
The Barbarian and the GeishaSeptember 30, 1958
Villa!!October 1958
The Roots of HeavenOctober 16, 1958
In Love and WarOctober 31, 1958
Mardi GrasNovember 18, 1958
Frontier GunDecember 1, 1958
A Nice Little Bank That Should Be RobbedDecember 1, 1958
The Inn of the Sixth HappinessDecember 11, 1958
Rally 'Round the Flag, Boys!December 23, 1958
I MobsterJanuary 1959
Alaska PassageFebruary 11, 1959
The Remarkable Mr. PennypackerFebruary 20, 1959
The Sad HorseMarch 1959
Little SavageMarch 1959
Lone TexanMarch 1, 1959
The Sheriff of Fractured JawMarch 14, 1959
A Dog of FlandersMarch 17, 1959
The Diary of Anne FrankMarch 18, 1959Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Drama.
The Sound and the FuryMarch 27, 1959
Intent to KillMarch 31, 1959
The Little SavageMarch 1959
CompulsionApril 1, 1959
WarlockApril 1, 1959
Smiley Gets a GunApril 30, 1959
These Thousand HillsMay 6, 1959
Woman ObsessedMay 27, 1959
Here Come the JetsJune 1959
Three MurderessesJune 8, 1959
Say One for MeJune 19, 1959
The Son of Robin HoodJuly 1959
The Alligator PeopleJuly 1959
Return of the FlyJuly 1959
Holiday for LoversJuly 24, 1959
The Miracle of the HillsJuly 27, 1959
Blue DenimJuly 30, 1959
A Private's AffairAugust 14, 1959
The Oregon TrailSeptember 1959
The Blue AngelSeptember 4, 1959
Five Gates to HellSeptember 23, 1959
The Man Who Understood WomenOctober 2, 1959
The Best of EverythingOctober 9, 1959
Hound-Dog ManNovember 1959
Beloved InfidelNovember 17, 1959
Blood and SteelDecember 1959
Journey to the Center of the EarthDecember 16, 1959

1960s[edit source | edit]

Film TitleRelease DateNotes
Sink the Bismarck!February 11, 1960
BobbikinsFebruary 28, 1960
The 3rd VoiceMarch 5, 1960
Can-CanMarch 9, 1960Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Musical.
The Wind Cannot ReadMarch 9, 1960
Seven ThievesMarch 12, 1960
The RookieMarch 16, 1960
A Dog of FlandersMarch 17, 1960
Wild RiverMarch 26, 1960
When Comedy Was KingMarch 29, 1960
13 Fighting MenApril 1960
Twelve Hours to KillApril 2, 1960
Wake Me When It's OverApril 8, 1960
North West FrontierApril 29, 1960
Valley of the RedwoodsMay 8, 1960
Crack in the MirrorMay 19, 1960
The Story of RuthJune 17, 1960
Murder, Inc.June 28, 1960
Operation AmsterdamJuly 6, 1960
The Lost WorldJuly 13, 1960
From the TerraceJuly 15, 1960
The IdiotJuly 21, 1960
Sons and LoversAugust 2, 1960Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
Winner of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Drama.
Young Jesse JamesAugust 2, 1960
For the Love of MikeAugust 28, 1960
The High Powered RifleSeptember 1960
Squad CarSeptember 1960
Let's Make LoveSeptember 8, 1960Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Musical.
September StormSeptember 9, 1960
High TimeSeptember 16, 1960
The Captain's TableSeptember 26, 1960
Weddings and BabiesOctober 5, 1960
The 39 StepsOctober 10, 1960
Desire in the DustOctober 11, 1960
One Foot in HellOctober 19, 1960
Goddess of LoveNovember 1960
North to AlaskaNovember 13, 1960
Legions of the NileDecember 1960
The Wizard of BaghdadDecember 1960
Upstairs and DownstairsDecember 2, 1960
Tess of the Storm CountryDecember 8, 1960
The Secret of the Purple ReefDecember 11, 1960
Esther and the KingDecember 14, 1960
Flaming StarDecember 20, 1960
The Long Rope1961
Swingin' AlongJanuary 1961
The Marriage-Go-RoundJanuary 6, 1961
Sniper's RidgeFebruary 1, 1961
The MillionairessFebruary 9, 1961
A Circle of DeceptionFebruary 17, 1961
SanctuaryFebruary 21, 1961
The CanadiansMarch 11, 1961
Days of Thrills and LaughterMarch 21, 1961
Desert AttackMarch 22, 1961
All Hands on DeckMarch 30, 1961
The Trapp FamilyApril 19, 1961
Ferry to Hong KongApril 26, 1961
The Fiercest HeartApril 30, 1961
The Silent CallMay 1961
Return to Peyton PlaceMay 5, 1961
The Big ShowMay 10, 1961
The Right ApproachMay 17, 1961
Snow White and the Three StoogesMay 26, 1961
The Little Shepherd of Kingdom ComeJune 1961
Battle at Bloody BeachJune 1, 1961
MistyJune 4, 1961
20,000 EyesJune 14, 1961
Wild in the CountryJune 15, 1961
Voyage to the Bottom of the SeaJuly 12, 1961
Francis of AssisiJuly 12, 1961
Marines, Let's GoAugust 15, 1961
The Big GambleSeptember 1, 1961
The HustlerSeptember 25, 1961Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
Seven Women from HellOctober 1961
Pirates of TortugaOctober 1961
The ComancherosOctober 30, 1961
The Purple HillsNovember 1961
The Two Little BearsNovember 1, 1961
The Second Time AroundDecember 22, 1961
The InnocentsDecember 25, 1961
Madison AvenueJanuary 7, 1962
Bachelor FlatJanuary 12, 1962
Tender Is the NightJanuary 19, 1962
Satan Never SleepsFebruary 22, 1962
Hand of DeathMarch 1962
State FairMarch 9, 1962
The Broken LandApril 1, 1962
I Like MoneyMay 18, 1962
LisaMay 24, 1962Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Drama.
The Cabinet of CaligariMay 25, 1962
It Happened in AthensJune 1962
Something's Got to GiveJune 1, 1962
WomanhuntJune 3, 1962
Mr. Hobbs Takes a VacationJune 15, 1962
Air PatrolJuly 17, 1962
Hemingway's Adventures of a Young ManJuly 25, 1962Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Drama.
The FirebrandAugust 7, 1962
Five Weeks in a BalloonAugust 22, 1962
The 300 SpartansAugust 29, 1962
GigotSeptember 27, 1962
The Longest DayOctober 4, 1962Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Drama.
The Loves of SalambòOctober 1962
Young Guns of TexasNovember 1962
The LionDecember 21, 1962
The Queen's Guards1963
The Last Days of Sodom and GomorrahJanuary 23, 1963
30 Years of FunFebruary 10, 1963
The Day Mars Invaded EarthFebruary 14, 1963
House of the DamnedMarch 1963
Nine Hours to RamaApril 3, 1963
MarilynApril 18, 1963
Police NurseMay 1963
The Yellow CanaryMay 15, 1963
CleopatraJune 12, 1963Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Drama.
The StripperJune 19, 1963
Harbor LightsJuly 1963
The LeopardJuly 15, 1963
Lassie's Great AdventureAugust 1963
The Young SwingersSeptember 1963
Of Love and DesireSeptember 11, 1963
Thunder IslandOctober 1963
The Condemned of AltonaOctober 30, 1963
Take Her, She's MineNovember 13, 1963
Move Over, DarlingDecember 25, 1963
Surf PartyJanuary 30, 1964
The Winston Affair/Man in the MiddleFebruary 5, 1964
The Third SecretApril 28, 1964
The Day of the Living CorpseMay 1964
What a Way to Go!May 12, 1964
The Eyes of Annie JonesMay 13, 1964
The Horror of Party BeachJune 1, 1964
Shock TreatmentJuly 22, 1964
The Horror of It AllAugust 19, 1964
WitchcraftSeptember 1964
Night Train to ParisSeptember 23, 1964
The VisitOctober 4, 1964
The Earth Dies ScreamingOctober 14, 1964
Rio ConchosOctober 28, 1964
Moro Witch DoctorNovember 1964
Fate Is the HunterNovember 8, 1964
Guns at BatasiNovember 16, 1964
Goodbye CharlieNovember 18, 1964
Apache RiflesNovember 26, 1964
Back Door to HellDecember 9, 1964
Raiders from Beneath the SeaDecember 12, 1964
Zorba the GreekDecember 17, 1964Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Drama.
Hush… Hush, Sweet CharlotteDecember 24, 1964
The Pleasure SeekersDecember 25, 1964
Convict Stage1965
Dear BrigitteJanuary 8, 1965
War PartyMarch 1, 1965
The Sound of MusicMarch 2, 1965Winner of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
Winner of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy.
John Goldfarb, Please Come HomeMarch 24, 1965
Devils of DarknessMay 1965
Curse of the FlyMay 1965
Fort CourageousMay 1, 1965
Up from the BeachJune 9, 1965
Those Magnificent Men in Their Flying MachinesJune 16, 1965Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy.
A High Wind in JamaicaJune 16, 1965
Von Ryan's ExpressJune 23, 1965
RaptureAugust 23, 1965
Wild on the BeachAugust 25, 1965
MorituriAugust 25, 1965
The RewardSeptember 15, 1965
Spaceflight IC-1October 1965
The Agony and the EcstasyOctober 7, 1965
The NannyOctober 27, 1965
The Return of Mr. MotoDecember 1, 1965
The Flight of the PhoenixDecember 15, 1965Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Drama.
Do Not DisturbDecember 22, 1965
The CavernDecember 24, 1965
Daniel Boone: Frontier Trail Rider1966
The Plague of the ZombiesJanuary 12, 1966
Dracula: Prince of DarknessJanuary 12, 1966
Our Man FlintJanuary 12, 1966
The Murder GameMarch 30, 1966
The ReptileApril 6, 1966
Rasputin, the Mad MonkApril 6, 1966
CloportesApril 18, 1966
Weekend at DunkirkMay 18, 1966
StagecoachJune 15, 1966
The Blue MaxJune 21, 1966
How to Steal a MillionJuly 13, 1966
Batman: The MovieJuly 20, 1966
SmokyAugust 3, 1966
Modesty BlaiseAugust 10, 1966
Fantastic VoyageAugust 24, 1966
Ballad in BlueSeptember 7, 1966
The Bible: In the BeginningSeptember 28, 1966
That Tennessee BeatOctober 1966
Way...Way OutOctober 26, 1966
I Deal in Danger (combined TV episodes from Blue Light)December 1966
The Quiller MemorandumDecember 15, 1966
The Sand PebblesDecember 20, 1966Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Drama.
The Jackals1967
The Cape Town Affair1967
Come Spy with MeJanuary 18, 1967
Prehistoric WomenJanuary 25, 1967
The Devil's OwnFebruary 1967
One Million Years BCFebruary 21, 1967
The Mummy's ShroudMarch 15, 1967
In Like FlintMarch 15, 1967
Frankenstein Created WomanMarch 15, 1967
HombreMarch 21, 1967
Two for the RoadApril 27, 1967
El GrecoMay 23, 1967
A Guide for the Married ManMay 25, 1967
CapriceJune 7, 1967
The St. Valentine's Day MassacreJune 30, 1967
The Viking QueenAugust 16, 1967
The Flim-Flam ManAugust 22, 1967
The Day the Fish Came OutOctober 2, 1967
The IncidentNovember 5, 1967
Tony RomeNovember 10, 1967
BedazzledDecember 10, 1967
FathomDecember 13, 1967
Valley of the DollsDecember 15, 1967
Doctor DolittleDecember 19, 1967Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture.

Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy.
The Legend of Custer (combined TV episodes from Custer (TV series))1968
The AnniversaryFebruary 7, 1968
Planet of the ApesFebruary 8, 1968
Five Million Years to EarthFebruary 16, 1968
The Further Perils of Laurel and HardyMarch 31, 1968
Prudence and the PillMay 23, 1968
The DetectiveMay 28, 1968
Bandolero!June 1, 1968
The Sweet RideJune 12, 1968
The Lost ContinentJune 19, 1968
The Secret Life of an American WifeJune 25, 1968
A Challenge for Robin HoodAugust 1968
DeadfallSeptember 11, 1968
The Vatican AffairSeptember 11, 1968
The Boston StranglerOctober 16, 1968
Star!October 22, 1968
Pretty PoisonOctober 23, 1968
The TouchablesNovember 20, 1968
Lady in CementNovember 20, 1968
JoannaNovember 24, 1968
A Flea in Her EarNovember 27, 1968
The MagusDecember 10, 1968
The Devil's BrideDecember 18, 1968
Decline and Fall... of a BirdwatcherJanuary 26, 1969
The GuruFebruary 10, 1969
The Prime of Miss Jean BrodieMarch 2, 1969Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Drama.
100 RiflesMarch 26, 1969
Doctor GlasApril 7, 1969
Hard ContractApril 30, 1969
The Last Shot You HearMay 14, 1969
The Boys of Paul StreetJune 23, 1969
The ChairmanJune 25, 1969
Che!June 27, 1969
Secret WorldJuly 9, 1969
JustineAugust 6, 1969
StaircaseAugust 20, 1969
Butch Cassidy and the Sundance KidSeptember 23, 1969Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Drama.
A Walk with Love and DeathOctober 5, 1969
The ArchangelOctober 12, 1969
The UndefeatedNovember 27, 1969
John and MaryDecember 14, 1969
Hello, Dolly!December 16, 1969Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy.

1970s[edit source | edit]

TitleRelease DateNotesBudgetGross
The Only Game in TownJanuary 21, 1970$10,235,000$1.5 million
MASHJanuary 25, 1970Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
Winner of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy.
$3,025,000$81,600,000
The Kremlin LetterFebruary 1, 1970$6,095,000
The Sicilian ClanMarch 29, 1970$4,170,000$1 million
PattonApril 2, 1970Winner of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Drama.
$12,625,000$61,749,765
The Girl Who Couldn't Say NoMay 13, 1970
Beneath the Planet of the ApesMay 26, 1970$4,675,000$18,999,718
Beyond the Valley of the DollsJune 17, 1970$900,000-$2,090,000$9,000,000
Myra BreckinridgeJune 24, 1970$5.385 million$4 million
The GamesJuly 9, 1970$4,895,000
Hello-GoodbyeJuly 12, 1970$4.4 million
MoveJuly 31, 1970$2,785,000
Tora! Tora! Tora!September 23, 1970$25,485,000$29,548,291
Cover Me BabeOctober 1, 1970
The Great White HopeOctober 11, 1970$9.87 million
Little MurdersFebruary 9, 1971$1,340,000$1,500,000
Vanishing PointMarch 13, 1971$1,585,000$12,442,673
Making It!March 21, 1971
B.S. I Love YouMarch 31, 1971
The Mephisto WaltzApril 9, 1971
Celebration at Big SurApril 9, 1971
The Panic in Needle ParkMay 9, 1971$1,645,000
Escape from the Planet of the ApesMay 21, 1971$2,060,000$12,348,905
WalkaboutJuly 1, 1971
The Seven MinutesJuly 23, 1971$2,415,000
The Marriage of a Young StockbrokerAugust 19, 1971$2,230,000
The French ConnectionOctober 9, 1971Winner of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Drama.
Journey to MidnightNovember 1971
Made for Each OtherDecember 12, 1971$1.5 million
The Darwin Adventure1972
BlindmanJanuary 12, 1972
The Hot RockJanuary 26, 1972$4,895,000$3.5 million
Sans mobile apparentFebruary 19, 1972
The Concert for BangladeshMarch 23, 1972$2.5 million
The Culpepper Cattle Co.April 16, 1972$1 million$1.25 million
The OtherMay 23, 1972$2,250,000$3.5 million
FillmoreJune 14, 1972
What Became of Jack and Jill?June 16, 1972
The Strange Vengeance of RosalieJune 16, 1972
Conquest of the Planet of the ApesJune 30, 1972$1.7 million$9,700,000
To Kill a ClownAugust 23, 1972
The Salzburg ConnectionAugust 30, 1972$1,955,000
Welcome Home, Soldier BoysSeptember 8, 1972
SounderSeptember 24, 1972Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture.$900,000$16,889,761
Vampire CircusOctober 11, 1972
When the Legends DieOctober 19, 1972
The Discreet Charm of the BourgeoisieOctober 22, 1972$800,000
Trouble ManNovember 1, 1972
La course du lievre a travers les champsNovember 29, 1972
SleuthDecember 10, 1972Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Drama.$5 million$5,750,000
The Poseidon AdventureDecember 13, 1972Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Drama.$4.7 million$93,300,000
The Heartbreak KidDecember 17, 1972$5,600,000
The Effect of Gamma Rays on the Man-in-the-Moon MarigoldsDecember 20, 1972
Gospel Road: A Story of JesusMarch 1973
Ace Eli and Rodger of the SkiesApril 1, 1973$3,350,000
Emperor of the North PoleMay 23, 1973$3,705,000$2 million
The Legend of Hell HouseJune 15, 1973$2.5 million
Battle for the Planet of the ApesJune 15, 1973$1,710,000$8,844,595
The Last American HeroJuly 27, 1973$2,130,000$1,250,000
The Neptune FactorAugust 3, 1973$2.5 million$2,750,000
Gordon's WarAugust 9, 1973$1.6 million$1,250,000
Kid BlueSeptember 29, 1973$2 million
The Paper ChaseOctober 16, 1973$3,600,000
HexOctober 1973
The Seven-UpsDecember 14, 1973$2,425,000$4.1 million
Cinderella LibertyDecember 18, 1973Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Drama.$2,465,000$3.7 million
The Laughing PolicemanDecember 20, 1973$2,280,000$1,750,000
ZardozFebruary 6, 1974$1,570,000$1.8 million
ConrackMarch 27, 1974$2.37 million$2 million
The Three MusketeersMarch 29, 1974Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy[N 2]$10.1 million
ClaudineApril 22, 1974$6 million
Dirty Mary Crazy LarryMay 17, 1974$1.14 million$28,401,735
S*P*Y*SJune 28, 1974$4,550,000
The Mad Adventures of Rabbi JacobJuly 17, 1974
Together BrothersAugust 7, 1974
Harry and TontoAugust 12, 1974Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy.$980,000$4.6 million
99 and 44/100% DeadAugust 29, 1974
11 HarrowhouseSeptember 26, 1974
The Crazy World of Julius VrooderOctober 18, 1974$1.7 million
The Phantom of LibertyOctober 27, 1974
Phantom of the ParadiseOctober 31, 1974$1.3 million
The House on Skull MountainOctober 1974
The Towering InfernoDecember 14, 1974US distribution only; co-production with Warner Bros.
Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
$14,265,000$139,700,000
Young FrankensteinDecember 15, 1974$2.78 million$86,273,333
The Nickel RideJanuary 15, 1975$1.4 million
The Four MusketeersFebruary 26, 1975Distribution only[N 2]$8,760,000
At Long Last LoveMarch 1, 1975$5.14 million$2.5 million
RansomMarch 13, 1975$1.5 million
CaponeApril 16, 1975$970,000$2 million
French Connection IIMay 21, 1975$4,340,000$12,484,444
W.W. and the Dixie DancekingsMay 21, 1975$2,805,000$17,000,000
Race with the DevilJune 1975$1,745,000$12,000,000
The Man from Hong KongAugust 1975
Tarzoon, la honte de la jungleSeptember 4, 1975Distribution in France only
The Rocky Horror Picture ShowSeptember 26, 1975$1.4 million$175,000,000
Black MoonSeptember 30, 1975
Royal FlashOctober 10, 1975$4,040,000
Whiffs[N 3]October 15, 1975
Down the Ancient StaircaseOctober 17, 1975
Take a Hard RideOctober 29, 1975
The Adventure of Sherlock Holmes' Smarter BrotherDecember 14, 1975$2,805,000$20,000,000
Lucky LadyDecember 25, 1975$13 million$24,441,725
Survival1976
Hugo the HippoJanuary 23, 1976$1 million
PeeperJanuary 1976$2,325,000
Profumo di donnaJanuary 25, 1976
Next Stop, Greenwich VillageFebruary 4, 1976$1,060,000
I Will, I Will... for Now[N 3]February 18, 1976$1,740,000
Sky RidersMarch 26, 1976$1,730,000
The Duchess and the Dirtwater FoxApril 1, 1976$4,590,000$4,120,000
The Blue BirdApril 5, 1976$12 million$3.5 million
End of the GameMay 12, 1976
Mother, Jugs & SpeedMay 26, 1976$3,220,000$7,630,000
The Last Hard MenJune 1, 1976
Breaking PointJune 2, 1976
Silent MovieJune 16, 1976Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy.$4,055,000$36,145,695
The OmenJune 25, 1976$2.8 million$60,922,980
Moving ViolationJuly 1976
The Sunday WomanSeptember 26, 1976
Alex & the GypsyOctober 3, 1976
Fighting MadOctober 8, 1976$600,000
All This and World War IINovember 12, 1976$1.3 million
Kenny & CompanyNovember 1976
Silver StreakDecember 3, 1976$6.5 million$51,079,064
WizardsFebruary 9, 1977$2 million$9,000,000
Mr. BillionMarch 3, 1977$4,590,000$1,300,000
Raggedy Ann & Andy: A Musical AdventureApril 1, 1977$4 million$1,350,000
3 WomenApril 3, 1977$1,500,000 million
Le sauvageApril 1977
Star WarsMay 25, 1977co-production with Lucasfilm[N 4]
Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Drama.
$11 million$775,398,007
The Other Side of MidnightJune 8, 1977$9 million$24,652,021
Fire SaleJune 9, 1977$1.5 million
The Black PearlAugust 1977
Thunder and LightningAugust 24, 1977$3 million
JuliaOctober 2, 1977Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Drama.
$7,840,000$20,714,400
Damnation AlleyOctober 21, 1977$8 million$4,000,000
The Turning PointNovember 14, 1977Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
Winner of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Drama.
$50,400,000
The World's Greatest LoverDecember 18, 1977$4.8 million$9.9 million
High AnxietyDecember 25, 1977Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy.$4,015,000$31,063,038
An Unmarried WomanMarch 5, 1978Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Drama.
$2,515,000$24,000,000
The FuryMarch 10, 1978$7.5 million$24,000,000
Damien: Omen IIJune 9, 1978$6.8 million$26,518,355
The DriverJune 28, 1978$4,000,000$2,250,000
A WeddingAugust 29, 1978$3.6 million
The Boys from BrazilOctober 5, 1978Distribution only; produced by ITC Entertainment[N 5]$12 million$26,600,000
MagicNovember 8, 1978Distribution only; Still has theatrical and music rights$7,000,000$23,800,000
QuintetFebruary 9, 1979
Norma RaeMarch 2, 1979Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Drama.
$4.5 million$22,228,000
A Perfect CoupleApril 6, 1979$1.9 million
DreamerApril 27, 1979
AlienMay 25, 1979$11 million$104,931,801
The Game of DeathJune 8, 1979
Butch and Sundance: The Early DaysJune 15, 1979$9 million$2.260,000
Breaking AwayJuly 20, 1979Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
Winner of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy.
$2.3 million$20,000,000
La LunaSeptember 30, 1979$5 million$68,204,193
Nosferatu the VampyreOctober 1, 1979
Avalanche ExpressOctober 19, 1979Distribution only; produced by Lorimar[N 1]$12 million
The RoseNovember 7, 1979Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy.$9.25 million$29,174,648
The Runner StumblesNovember 16, 1979
All That JazzDecember 20, 1979U.S. distribution only; co-production with Columbia Pictures
Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
$12 million$37,823,676
Scavenger HuntDecember 21, 1979$7 million

1980s[edit source | edit]

TitleRelease DateNotesBudgetGross
FatsoFebruary 1, 1980
InfernoApril 2, 1980No longer owns US rights; still owns International rights.$3,000,000
Headin' for BroadwayMay 1980
Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes BackMay 21, 1980distribution only; produced by Lucasfilm[N 6]$18-$33 million$538,375,067
BrubakerJune 20, 1980$9 million$37,121,708
The Stunt ManJune 27, 1980Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Drama.$7,068,886
Oh Heavenly DogJuly 11, 1980
Middle Age CrazyJuly 25, 1980
Willie & PhilAugust 15, 1980$5.5 million$4,400,000
HealthSeptember 12, 1980$6 million
My BodyguardSeptember 26, 1980$3 million$22,482,952
Sam Marlow, Private EyeOctober 3, 1980
Terror TrainOctober 3, 1980$4.2 million$8,000,000
KagemushaOctober 6, 1980
Loving CouplesOctober 24, 1980
A Change of SeasonsDecember 1, 1980$6 million$7,270,000
TributeDecember 14, 1980$8 million$4 million
Nine to FiveDecember 19, 1980$10 million$103,290,500
Prisoners1981
Fort Apache, The BronxFebruary 6, 1981$4,000,000$65,200,000
EyewitnessFebruary 13, 1981$8.5 million$4.5 million
On the Right TrackMarch 6, 1981$5.9 million
Omen III: The Final ConflictMarch 20, 1981$5 million$20,471,382
Hardly WorkingApril 3, 1981$3.4 million$8,860,000
Death HuntMay 22, 1981$10 million$3,050,000
Savage HarvestMay 23, 1981
History of the World, Part IJune 12, 1981$10 million$31,672,908
The Cannonball RunJune 19, 1981rights now belong to HBO$16-$18 million$72,179,579
Zorro, The Gay BladeJuly 17, 1981$12.6 million$5.1 million
Chu Chu and the Philly FlashAugust 28, 1981$7 million
The Woman InsideSeptember 1981
Southern ComfortSeptember 25, 1981$8 million
TattooOctober 9, 1981$5 million
Shock TreatmentOctober 31, 19813.5 million
TapsDecember 18, 1981$14 million$35,003,235
Modern ProblemsDecember 25, 1981$26,154,211
The AmateurFebruary 12, 1982$10 million$6,892,098
Quest for FireFebruary 12, 1982$12 million$55,260,558
MelanieFebruary 12, 1982$4 million
Making LoveMarch 5, 1982$14 million$11,897,978
Porky'sMarch 19, 1982$5 million$111,289,673
Eating RaoulMarch 24, 1982$350,000$1,114,825
I Ought to Be in PicturesMarch 26, 1982$6,968,359
Visiting HoursMay 28, 1982$6.4 million
Author! Author!June 18, 1982$10,576,604
MegaforceJune 25, 1982$20 million$5,675,599
Young Doctors in LoveJuly 16, 1982Distribution only; produced by ABC Motion Pictures$7 million$30,688,860
Six PackJuly 16, 1982
The Pirate MovieAugust 6, 1982$7,983,086
I, the JuryOctober 9, 1982
MonsignorOctober 22, 1982$10 million$6.5 million
National Lampoon's Class ReunionOctober 29, 1982$10,054,150
The Man from Snowy RiverNovember 5, 1982$3 million$17,228,160
The VerdictDecember 8, 1982Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Drama.
$16 million$53,977,250
The Hot TouchDecember 10, 1982
Kiss Me GoodbyeDecember 22, 1982$8,000,000$15,782,759
The EntityFebruary 4, 1983$9 million$13,277,558
Without a TraceFebruary 4, 1983$9,632,062
The King of ComedyFebruary 18, 1983$19,000,000$2,536,242
Max Dugan ReturnsMarch 25, 1983$17,613,720
Heart Like a WheelApril 1, 1983
Tough EnoughMay 20, 1983
Bill Cosby: HimselfMay 20, 1983
Star Wars Episode VI: Return of the JediMay 25, 1983distribution only; produced by Lucasfilm[N 6]$32.5 million$475,106,177
Porky's II: The Next DayJune 24, 1983$33,759,266
Mr. MomJuly 22, 1983Distribution only; produced by Sherwood Productions[N 7]$64,783,827
The Star ChamberAugust 5, 1983$8 million$5,555,305
Phar LapAugust 10, 1983$5 million$9,258,884
Fire and IceAugust 27, 1983Distribution only; produced by PSO$1.2 million$760,883
The Osterman WeekendOctober 14, 1983$6,500,000
All the Right MovesOctober 21, 1983$17,233,166
A Night in HeavenNovember 18, 1983$6,000,000$5,563,663
SilkwoodDecember 14, 1983Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Drama.
Distribution only; produced by ABC Motion Pictures
$10 million$35,615,609
Two of a KindDecember 16, 1983$23,646,952
To Be or Not to BeDecember 16, 1983$9 million$13,030,214
The Secret Diary of Sigmund Freud1984
Careful, He Might Hear YouJanuary 1, 1984$2.2 million$2,431,126
Unfaithfully YoursFebruary 10, 1984$19,928,200
Blame It on RioFebruary 17, 1984$18,561,998
Nankyoku MonogatariMarch 30, 1984
Romancing the StoneMarch 30, 1984$10 million$86,572,238
The Stone BoyApril 4, 1984
KidcoApril 13, 1984
The Buddy SystemMay 4, 1984$1,820,049
RhinestoneJune 21, 1984$28 million$21,435,321
Bachelor PartyJune 29, 1984$6 million$38.4 million
The Gods Must Be CrazyJuly 9, 1984$5 million$34,331,783
Revenge of the NerdsJuly 20, 1984$6 million$60,400,000
The Adventures of Buckaroo Banzai Across the 8th Dimension!August 15, 1984Distribution only; produced by Sherwood Productions[N 7]$17 million$6,227,998
DreamscapeAugust 15, 1984Distribution only$6 million$12,145,169
ImpulseSeptember 28, 1984Distribution only; produced by ABC Motion Pictures$2,773,433
Give My Regards to Broad StreetOctober 23, 1984
Paris, TexasNovember 2, 1984$2,181,987
Gimme an 'F'November 16, 1984
The Flamingo KidDecember 21, 1984Distribution only; produced by ABC Motion Pictures$23,859,382
Johnny DangerouslyDecember 21, 1984$9 million$17.1 million
MischiefFebruary 8, 1985$8,700,000
Turk 182February 15, 1985$15 million$3,594,997
Porky's RevengeMarch 22, 1985$20,518,905
Almost YouMarch 29, 1985
LadyhawkeApril 12, 1985International distribution only; co-production with Warner Bros.$20 million$18,432,000
Moving ViolationsApril 19, 1985$10,600,000
Secret PlacesMay 10, 1985
Prizzi's HonorJune 13, 1985Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
Winner of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Drama.
USA distribution only; produced by ABC Motion Pictures
$16 million$26,657,534
CocoonJune 21, 1985Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy.$17.5 million$85,313,124
The Man with One Red ShoeJuly 19, 1985$16 million$8,645,411
Key ExchangeAugust 14, 1985
Warning SignAugust 23, 1985
Joshua Then and NowSeptember 20, 1985$11 million
PlentySeptember 20, 1985$6,148,000
The Doctor and the DevilsOctober 4, 1985
CommandoOctober 4, 1985$10 million$57,491,000
Bad MedicineNovember 22, 1985$2,685,453
The Jewel of the NileDecember 11, 1985$25 million$96,773,200
BrazilDecember 18, 1985International distribution only; Universal Pictures handled U.S. distribution$15 million$9,929,135
Enemy MineDecember 20, 1985$29 million$12,303,411
The Boy in BlueJanuary 17, 1986$7.7 million$275,000
StripperJanuary 31, 1986
PowerJanuary 31, 1986Distribution only; produced by Lorimar Motion Pictures[N 1]$16 million$3,800,000
The VindicatorFebruary 14, 1986
Death of an AngelMarch 7, 1986
HighlanderMarch 7, 1986Distribution only; produced by EMI Films; rights now belong to StudioCanal; still owns TV rights$19 million$12,885,193
LucasMarch 28, 1986$6,000,000$8,200,000
LegendApril 18, 1986International distribution only; Universal Pictures handled U.S. distribution$24.5 million$15,502,112
SpaceCampJune 6, 1986Distribution only; produced by ABC Motion Pictures$18-$20 million$9,697,739
The Manhattan ProjectJune 13, 1986$18,000,000$3,900,000
Big Trouble in Little ChinaJuly 2, 1986$20,000,000$11,100,000
AliensJuly 18, 1986$18.5 million$131,060,248
The Boy Who Could FlyAugust 14, 1986Distribution only; produced by Lorimar Motion Pictures[N 1]$9 million$7,177,431
The FlyAugust 15, 1986$9 million$60,629,159
The Name of the RoseSeptember 24, 1986$18.5 million$77,153,487
Half Moon StreetSeptember 26, 1986
Jumpin' Jack FlashOctober 10, 1986$18 million$29,844,101
Streets of GoldNovember 14, 1986$2,546,238
The Morning AfterDecember 25, 1986Distribution only; produced by Lorimar Motion Pictures[N 1]$13 million$25,147,055
WisdomDecember 31, 1986Distribution only; produced by Gladden Entertainment$5,715,174
Black WidowFebruary 6, 1987$25,205,460
MannequinFebruary 13, 1987USA Theatrical distribution only; produced by Gladden Entertainment[N 7]$6 million$42,721,196
Raising ArizonaMarch 6, 1987$6 million$22,847,564
Project XApril 17, 1987$18 million$21,589,395
PredatorJune 12, 1987$15,000,000$98,267,558
Revenge of the Nerds II: Nerds in ParadiseJuly 10, 1987$10 million$30,063,289
The Pick-up ArtistSeptember 18, 1987$15,000,000$13,290,368
Big ShotsOctober 2, 1987Distribution only; produced by Lorimar Motion Pictures[N 1]$3,390,043
The Princess BrideOctober 9, 1987USA distribution only; produced by Act III Communications, owned by "The Princess Bride, Ltd."$16 million$30,857,814
The SicilianOctober 23, 1987$16.5 million$5,406,879
Less Than ZeroNovember 6, 1987$12,396,383
Wall StreetDecember 11, 1987$15,000,000$43,848,100
Broadcast NewsDecember 16, 1987Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy.
$15 million$67,331,309
SatisfactionFebruary 12, 1988$13 million$8,253,123
A Night in the Life of Jimmy ReardonFebruary 27, 1988$5 million$6,264,058
Off LimitsMarch 11, 1988
Bad DreamsApril 8, 1988$4,000,000$9,797,098
BigJune 3, 1988Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy.$18 million$151,668,774
License to DriveJuly 6, 1988$8 million$22,433,275
Die HardJuly 15, 1988$28 million$140.7 million
Young GunsAugust 12, 1988Distribution only; produced by Morgan Creek Productions$11,000,000$45,661,556
Dead RingersSeptember 23, 1988Distribution only; produced by Morgan Creek Productions$8,038,508
Alien NationOctober 7, 1988$32,155,047
Cocoon: The ReturnNovember 23, 1988$17.5 million$18,924,919
Working GirlDecember 21, 1988Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
Winner of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy.
$28.6 million$102,953,112
Gleaming the CubeJanuary 13, 1989
The Fly IIFebruary 10, 1989$38,903,179
Skin DeepMarch 3, 1989Distribution only; produced by Morgan Creek Productions$9 million$19,674,852
Say Anything...April 14, 1989$16 million$20,781,385
How I Got into CollegeMay 19, 1989$1,642,239
Weekend at Bernie'sJuly 5, 1989Distribution only; produced by Gladden Entertainment[N 7]$15 million$30,218,387
The FavoriteAugust 9, 1989
The AbyssAugust 9, 1989$70 million$90,000,098
MillenniumAugust 25, 1989Distribution only; produced by Gladden Entertainment$5,777,000
The Fabulous Baker BoysOctober 13, 1989Distribution only; produced by Gladden Entertainment$11.5 million$18,428,904
When the Whales CameOctober 20, 1989
Worth WinningOctober 27, 1989$3,690,400
The War of the RosesDecember 8, 1989Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy.$50 million$160,188,546

1990s[edit source | edit]

Film TitleRelease DateNotes
January 12, 1990Downtown
January 22, 1990A Matter of Degrees
February 16, 1990Nightbreeddistribution only; produced by Morgan Creek Productions
March 16, 1990Nuns on the Runco-production with HandMade Films
April 13, 1990Vital Signs
May 4, 1990Short Time
July 4, 1990Die Hard 2co-production with Silver Pictures and Gordon Company
July 11, 1990The Adventures of Ford Fairlaneco-production with Silver Pictures
August 1, 1990Young Guns IIco-production with Morgan Creek Productions
August 17, 1990The Exorcist IIIinternational distribution only; produced by Morgan Creek Productions
September 21, 1990Miller's Crossing
September 28, 1990Pacific Heightstheatrical distribution; co-production with Morgan Creek Productions
October 5, 1990Marked for Deathco-production with Steamroller Productions
November 2, 1990Frankenstein Unboundco-production with the Mount Company
November 16, 1990Home AloneNominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy. co-production with Hughes Entertainment
November 21, 1990Predator 2co-production with Silver Pictures, Gordon Company and Davis Entertainment
December 7, 1990Edward Scissorhands
December 23, 1990Come See the Paradise
February 8, 1991Sleeping with the Enemy
March 15, 1991Class Actionco-production with Interscope Communications
March 29, 1991The Five Heartbeats
May 17, 1991Mannequin Two: On the Movedistribution only, produced by Gladden Entertainment
May 20, 1991Omen IV: The Awakening
May 24, 1991Only the Lonely
June 21, 1991Dying Young
July 12, 1991Point Breakdistribution only, produced by Largo Entertainment and JVC Entertainment Networks
July 19, 1991Dutchco-production with Hughes Entertainment
July 31, 1991Hot Shots!
August 14, 1991The CommitmentsNominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy; co-production with Beacon Communications
August 21, 1991Barton Finkco-production with Circle Films
October 4, 1991The Superco-production with Largo Entertainment
November 1, 199129th Street
November 22, 1991For the Boys
December 25, 1991Grand Canyon
December 27, 1991Naked Lunchco-production with Recorded Picture Company
1992Rock and Roll Fantasy
January 31, 1992Shining Through
February 7, 1992Back in the USSR
February 21, 1992This Is My Life
March 13, 1992My Cousin Vinny
March 27, 1992White Men Can't Jump
April 10, 1992FernGully: The Last Rainforestco-production with Kroyer Films and FAI Films
May 1, 1992Folks!co-production with Penta Pictures
May 22, 1992Alien 3co-production with Brandywine Productions
June 26, 1992Unlawful Entrydistribution only, produced by Largo Entertainment
July 10, 1992Prelude to a Kiss
July 17, 1992Man Trouble
July 31, 1992Buffy the Vampire Slayer
August 21, 1992Rapid Fire
August 26, 1992Storyville
September 18, 1992Jumpin' at the Boneyard
September 25, 1992The Last of the MohicansUSA distribution; co-production with Morgan Creek Productions
October 16, 1992Night and the City
November 13, 1992Love Potion No. 9
November 20, 1992Home Alone 2: Lost in New Yorkco-production with Hughes Entertainment
December 16, 1992Used Peopledistribution only, produced by Largo Entertainment and JVC Entertainment
December 18, 1992Toysco-production with Baltimore Pictures
December 25, 1992Hoffa
February 5, 1993The Vanishing
March 5, 1993Best of the Best 2
March 26, 1993Hear No Evil
April 2, 1993Jack the Bear
April 7, 1993The Sandlotco-production with Island World
May 21, 1993Hot Shots! Part Deux
June 18, 1993Once Upon a Forestco-production with Hanna-Barbera, HTV Cymru/Wales, Ltd., A. Film A/S, Wang Film Productions, Phoenix Animation Studios, Cousen-Premier Films, The Hollywood Cartoon Co., Natterjack Animation and TFC Trikompany
July 7, 1993Rookie of the Year
July 28, 1993Robin Hood: Men in Tightsco-production with Gaumont and Brooksfilms
July 30, 1993Rising Sun
August 27, 1993Only the Strong
September 24, 1993The Good Son
October 1, 1993Freaked
October 15, 1993The Beverly Hillbillies
November 24, 1993Mrs. Doubtfireco-production with Blue Wolf Productions
December 29, 1993Ghost in the Machine
February 25, 1994Sugar Hill
March 4, 1994The Chase
April 22, 1994Bad Girls
April 29, 1994PCU
June 10, 1994Speed
July 1, 1994Baby's Day Outco-production with Hughes Entertainment
July 15, 1994True Liesco-production with Lightstorm Entertainment
August 5, 1994Airheads
September 30, 1994The Scout
November 18, 1994Miracle on 34th Streetco-production with Hughes Entertainment
November 23, 1994The Pagemasterdistribution only, produced by Turner Pictures
December 2, 1994Trapped in Paradise
December 14, 1994NellNominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Drama. co-production with Egg Pictures and PolyGram Filmed Entertainment
January 13, 1995Far from Home: The Adventures of Yellow Dog
March 17, 1995Bye Bye Love
April 21, 1995Kiss of Death
May 5, 1995French Kissdistribution only, produced by PolyGram Filmed Entertainment and Working Title Films
May 19, 1995Die Hard with a Vengeancedistribution only, produced by Cinergi Pictures
June 30, 1995Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: The Movieco-production with Saban Entertainment and Toei Company
July 14, 1995Nine Monthsco-production with 1492 Pictures
August 4, 1995Bushwhacked
August 11, 1995A Walk in the Clouds
October 13, 1995Strange Daysco-production with Lightstorm Entertainment
November 28, 1995The Price of Love
December 22, 1995Waiting to Exhale
January 12, 1996Dunston Checks In
February 9, 1996Broken Arrow
March 1, 1996Down Periscope
April 26, 1996The Truth About Cats and Dogs
May 3, 1996The Great White Hype
July 2, 1996Independence Dayco-production with Centropolis Entertainment
July 12, 1996Courage Under Fireco-production with Davis Entertainment
August 2, 1996Chain Reaction
October 4, 1996That Thing You Do!co-production with Clavius Base
November 1, 1996Romeo + Julietco-production with Bazmark Productions
November 22, 1996Jingle All the Wayco-production with Fox 2000 Pictures and 1492 Pictures
November 27, 1996The Crucible
December 20, 1996One Fine Day
March 28, 1997Turbo: A Power Rangers Movieco-production with Saban Entertainment and Toei Company
April 4, 1997Inventing the Abbottsco-production with Fox 2000 Pictures and Imagine Entertainment
April 25, 1997Volcanoco-production with Fox 2000 Pictures, Moritz Original and Donner Lauren Shuler
June 13, 1997Speed 2: Cruise Controlco-production with Blue Tulip Productions
July 2, 1997Out to Seaco-production with Davis Entertainment
August 1, 1997Picture Perfect
September 26, 1997The Edge
September 26, 1997Soul Food
October 24, 1997A Life Less Ordinarydistribution only, produced by Figment Films and Film4
November 7, 1997Cold Around the Heart
November 14, 1997Anastasiaco-production with Fox Animation Studios
November 26, 1997Alien Resurrectionco-production with Brandywine Productions
December 12, 1997Home Alone 3co-production with Hughes Entertainment
December 18, 1997The Wiggles MovieAustralian distribution; co-production with Gladusaurus Productions
December 19, 1997TitanicWinner of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
Winner of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Drama. International distribution; co-production with Paramount Pictures and Lightstorm Entertainment
January 9, 1998Firestorm
January 30, 1998Great Expectations
March 27, 1998The Newton Boys
April 17, 1998The Object of My Affection
May 15, 1998BulworthNominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy.
May 29, 1998Hope Floats
June 12, 1998Cousin Bette
June 19, 1998The X-Filesco-production with Ten Thirteen Productions
June 26, 1998Dr. Dolittleco-production with Davis Entertainment and Friendly Films
July 15, 1998There's Something About MaryNominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy.
July 29, 1998Ever Afterco-production with Flower Films
August 14, 1998How Stella Got Her Groove Back
November 6, 1998The Siege
December 25, 1998The Thin Red LineNominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture. co-production with Geisler-Roberdeau and Phoenix Pictures
January 29, 1999A Cool, Dry Place
February 5, 1999Simply Irresistibleco-production with Regency Enterprises
February 19, 1999Office Space
March 12, 1999Wing Commander
March 19, 1999Ravenousco-production with Heyday Films
April 9, 1999Never Been Kissedco-production with Fox 2000 Pictures, Flower Films and Bushwood Pictures
April 23, 1999Pushing Tinco-production with Regency Enterprises
April 30, 1999Entrapmentco-production with Regency Enterprises
May 19, 1999Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menacedistribution only; produced by Lucasfilm[N 6]
July 16, 1999Lake Placidco-production with Phoenix Pictures and Stan Winston Studios
August 13, 1999Brokedown Palace
October 1, 1999Sex, Shame and Tears
October 1, 1999Drive Me Crazy
October 15, 1999Fight Club
November 10, 1999Light It Upco-production with Edmonds Entertainment
November 12, 1999Anywhere But Here
December 17, 1999Anna and the King

2000s[edit source | edit]

Release DateFilm TitleNotes
February 11, 2000The Beach
March 24, 2000Here on Earth
April 28, 2000Where the Heart Isco-production with Wind Dancer Films
June 2, 2000Big Momma's Houseco-production with Regency Enterprises, Runteldat Entertainment, Friendly Productions, Taurus Films and Nina Saxon Film Design
June 16, 2000Titan A.E.co-production with David Kirschner Productions and Fox Animation Studios
June 23, 2000Me, Myself & Ireneco-production with Conundrum Entertainment
July 14, 2000X-Menco-production with Marvel Entertainment, Bad Hat Harry Productions and The Donners' Company
July 21, 2000What Lies Beneathco-production with DreamWorks and ImageMovers
August 18, 2000Sunset Strip
October 6, 2000Digimon: The Movieco-production with Fox Kids Movies, Fox Family Films, Toei Animation and Saban Entertainment
October 6, 2000Tigerlandco-production with Regency Enterprises and New Regency
October 20, 2000Bedazzledco-production with Regency Enterprises and Kirch Media
November 3, 2000The Legend of Bagger Vanceco-production with DreamWorks
November 10, 2000Men of Honorco-production with Fox 2000 Pictures and State Street Pictures
December 7, 2000Cast Awayco-production with DreamWorks, ImageMovers and Playtone
December 15, 2000Dude, Where's My Car?
February 23, 2001Monkeyboneco-production with 1492 Pictures
March 23, 2001Say It Isn't Soco-production with Conundrum Entertainment
March 30, 2001Someone Like You
April 20, 2001Freddy Got Fingeredco-production with Regency Enterprises
June 1, 2001Moulin Rouge!Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
Winner of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy. co-production with Bazmark Films and Angel Studios
June 22, 2001Dr. Dolittle 2co-production with Davis Entertainment
July 6, 2001Kiss of the Dragonco-production with StudioCanal and EuropaCorp
July 27, 2001Planet of the Apes
September 21, 2001GlitterUSA theatrical distributon; Columbia Pictures handled non-US, US home video
September 28, 2001Don't Say a Wordco-production with Regency Enterprises, Village Roadshow Pictures, NPV Entertainment, Kopelson Entertainment, New Regency, Further Films and Epsilon Motion Pictures (uncredited)
October 5, 2001Joy Rideco-production with Regency Enterprises, New Regency, Bad Robot Productions and LivePlanet
October 19, 2001From Hell
November 9, 2001Shallow Halco-production with Conundrum Entertainment
November 21, 2001Black Knightco-production with Regency Enterprises, Runteldat Entertainment and The Firm, Inc.
November 30, 2001Behind Enemy Linesco-production with Davis Entertainment
December 21, 2001Joe Somebodyco-production with Fox 2000 Pictures, Regency Enterprises, Kopelson Entertainment, Epsilon Motion Pictures, Atchity Entertainment International
January 25, 2002Kung Pow: Enter the Fistco-production with O Entertainment
March 15, 2002Ice AgeNominee of the Academy Award for Best Animated Feature. co-production with Blue Sky Studios and 20th Century Fox Animation
April 5, 2002High Crimesco-production with Regency Enterprises
April 26, 2002Life or Something Like Itco-production with Regency Enterprises, Davis Entertainment and New Regency
May 10, 2002Unfaithfulco-production with Regency Enterprises
May 16, 2002Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clonesdistribution only; produced by Lucasfilm[N 6]
June 21, 2002Minority Reportco-production with DreamWorks, Amblin Entertainment and Cruise Wagner
June 28, 2002The First $20 Million Is Always the Hardest
July 3, 2002Like Mikeco-production with NBA Entertainment, Josephson Entertainment and Heller Highwater Productions
July 12, 2002Road to Perditionco-production with DreamWorks
August 4, 2002I Love You Babyco-production with Strand Releasing
September 6, 2002Swimfanco-production with GreeneStreet Films and Cobalt Media Group
October 11, 2002The Transporterco-production with EuropaCorp, TF1 Films Production, Current Entertainment and Canal+
November 27, 2002Solarisco-production with Lightstorm Entertainment
December 13, 2002Drumline
January 10, 2003Just Married
February 14, 2003Daredevilco-production with Regency Enterprises, Marvel Entertainment, New Regency and Horseshoe Bay Productions
March 28, 2003Deadly Stingers
April 4, 2003Phone Booth
April 16, 2003Chasing Papico-production with Robert Sounds Productions, Spirit Dance Entertainment and Fox 2000 Pictures
May 2, 2003X2co-production with Marvel Entertainment, Bad Hat Harry Productions and The Donners' Company
May 16, 2003Down with Loveco-production with Regency Enterprises and The Jinks/Cohen Company
May 30, 2003Wrong Turnco-production with Regency Enterprises, Constantin Film and Summit Entertainment
June 20, 2003From Justin to Kellyco-production with 19 Entertainment
July 11, 2003The League of Extraordinary Gentlemenco-production with Angry Films, International Production Company and JD Productions
September 5, 2003The Order
September 12, 2003Hangman's Curseco-production with Total Living Network, Namesake Entertainment and North by Northwest Productions
October 17, 2003Runaway Juryco-production with Regency Enterprises
November 14, 2003Master and Commander: The Far Side of the WorldNominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Drama. USA distributon, co-production with Samuel Goldwyn Films, Miramax Films and Universal Pictures
December 12, 2003Stuck on Youco-production with Conundrum Entertainment
December 25, 2003Cheaper by the Dozenco-production with Robert Simonds Productions
February 6, 2004Catch That Kid
February 23, 2004Welcome to Mooseport
April 9, 2004The Girl Next Doorco-production with Regency Enterprises, New Regency, Daybreak and Epsilon Motion Pictures
April 23, 2004Man on Fireco-production with Regency Enterprises and Scott Free Productions
May 28, 2004The Day After Tomorrowco-production with Centropolis Entertainment
June 11, 2004Garfield: The Movieco-production with Davis Entertainment Company
June 18, 2004DodgeBall: A True Underdog Storyco-production with Red Hour
July 16, 2004I, Robotco-production with Mediastream IV, Davis Entertainment, Laurence Mark Productions and Overbrook Films
August 13, 2004Alien vs. Predatorco-production with Davis Entertainment Company and Brandywine Productions
September 3, 2004Paparazzico-production with Icon Productions
September 24, 2004First Daughterco-production with Regency Enterprises, New Regency and Davis Entertainment
October 6, 2004Taxico-production with EuropaCorp and Robert Simonds Productions
December 17, 2004Flight of the Phoenixco-production with Davis Entertainment
December 25, 2004Fat Albertco-production with Davis Entertainment and SAH Enterprises
January 14, 2005Elektraco-production with Marvel Entertainment, Regency Enterprises, New Regency, Horseshoe Productions, Epilson Motion Pictures, Elektra Productions and SAI Productions
January 28, 2005Hide and Seek
February 18, 2005Because of Winn-Dixie
March 11, 2005Robotsco-production with Blue Sky Studios and Twentieth Century Fox Animation
March 25, 2005Guess Whointernational distributon only; co-production with Columbia Pictures, Regency Enterprises, 3 Arts Entertainment, Tall Trees Productions and Katalyst Media
April 8, 2005Fever Pitchco-production with Flower Films and Conundrum Entertainment
May 6, 2005Kingdom of Heavenco-production with Scott Free Productions, Inside Track and Studio Babelsberg Motion Pictures GmbH
May 19, 2005Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sithdistribution only; produced by Lucasfilm[N 6]
June 10, 2005Mr. & Mrs. SmithUSA distributon, co-production with Regency Enterprises, New Regency, Weed Road Pictures and Summit Entertainment
July 1, 2005Reboundco-production with Robert Simonds Productions and Runteldat Entertainment
July 8, 2005Fantastic Fourco-production with Constantin Film, Marvel Entertainment and 1492 Pictures
August 17, 2005Supercrossco-production with Tag Entertainment
September 2, 2005Transporter 2co-production with EuropaCorp
September 24, 2005In Her Shoesco-production with Scott Free Productions and Deuce Three Productions
September 30, 2005Little Manhattanco-production with Regency Enterprises and Pariah Films
October 21, 2005Stayco-production with Regency Enterprises
October 21, 2005Shopgirlnon-USA distribution only; co-production with Touchstone Pictures and Hyde Park Entertainment
November 18, 2005Walk the LineWinner of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy.
December 16, 2005The Family Stone
December 21, 2005Cheaper by the Dozen 2co-production with 21 Laps
January 6, 2006Grandma's Boyco-production with Happy Madison and Level 1 Entertainment
January 13, 2006Tristan & Isoldeco-production with Scott Free Productions and Franchise Pictures
January 27, 2006Big Momma's House 2co-production with Regency Enterprises, Runteldat Entertainment and Deep River Productions
February 17, 2006Date Movieco-production with Regency Enterprises and New Regency
March 3, 2006Aquamarineco-production with Storefront Pictures
March 31, 2006Ice Age: The Meltdownco-production with Blue Sky Studios and Twentieth Century Fox Animation
April 21, 2006The Sentinelco-production with Regency Enterprises
May 12, 2006Just My Luckco-production with Regency Enterprises, Cheyenne Enterprises and Silvercup Studios
May 26, 2006X-Men: The Last Standco-production with Marvel Entertainment, Dune Entertainment LLC, Ingenious Film Partners and Donners' Company
June 6, 2006The Omen
June 16, 2006Garfield: A Tail of Two Kittiesco-production with Davis Entertainment, Ingenious Film Partners, Major Studio Partners and Dune Entertainment LLC
June 30, 2006The Devil Wears PradaNominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy; co-production with Fox 2000 Pictures, Dune Entertainment LLC and Major Studio Partners
July 21, 2006My Super Ex-Girlfriendco-production with Regency Enterprises and Pariah
July 28, 2006John Tucker Must Dieco-production with Landscape Productions, Dune Entertainment LLC, Major Studio Partners and John US Productions
September 1, 2006Idiocracyco-production with Judgemental Films
September 15, 2006Everyone's Heroco-production with IDT Entertainment, Arc Productions and Dan Krech Productions
September 22, 2006Bandidasco-production with EuropaCorp and Canal+
October 13, 2006The Marineco-production with WWE Films
October 20, 2006Flicka
November 3, 2006Borat: Cultural Learnings of America for Make Benefit Glorious Nation of KazakhstanNominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy.
November 10, 2006A Good Yearco-production with Scott Free Productions and Dune Entertainment LLC
November 22, 2006Deck the Hallsco-production with Regency Enterprises
November 22, 2006The Fountaininternational distributon only; co-production with Warner Bros, Regency Enterprises and Protozoa
December 14, 2006Eragonco-production with Davis Entertainment
December 22, 2006Night at the Museumco-production with 21 Laps, 1492 Pictures, Dune Entertainment LLC and Ingenious Film Partners
January 5, 2007Thr3e
January 26, 2007Epic Movieco-poduction with Regency Enterprises and New Regency
February 23, 2007Reno 911!: MiamiUSA distributon only; co-production with Comedy Central, High Sierra Capreting, Jersey Films, Double Feature Films and Principato-Young Entertainment and Paramount Pictures
April 4, 2007Firehouse Dogco-production with Regency Enterprises
April 13, 2007Pathfinderco-production with Phoenix Pictures
June 15, 2007Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surferco-production with Marvel Entertainment, 1492 Pictures, Constantin Film and Dune Entertainment LLC
June 27, 2007Live Free or Die Hardco-production with Cheyenne Enterprises, Dune Entertainment LLC and Ingenious Film Partners
July 27, 2007The Simpsons Movieco-production with Gracie Films, Film Roman and Rough Draft Feature Animation
August 31, 2007Death Sentenceco-production with Hyde Park Entertainment and Baldwin Entertainment Group
October 5, 2007The Seeker: The Dark is Risingco-production with Walden Media and Dune Entertainment
November 16, 2007Mr. Magorium's Wonder Emporiumco-production with Walden Media, Mandate Pictures and FilmColony
November 21, 2007HitmanUSA distributon; co-production with EuropaCorp
December 14, 2007Alvin and the Chipmunksco-production with Fox 2000 Pictures, Regency Enterprises, Bagdasarian Company and Dune Entertainment III LLC
December 25, 2007Aliens vs. Predator: Requiemco-production with John Davis, Brandywine and Dune Entertainment LLC
January 10, 200827 Dressesco-production with Fox 2000 Pictures, Spyglass Entertainment and Dune Entertainment III LLC
January 25, 2008Meet the Spartansco-production with Regency Enterprises
February 14, 2008Jumperco-production with Regency Enterprises and New Regency
March 14, 2008Dr. Seuss' Horton Hears a Who!co-production with Blue Sky Studios and 20th Century Fox Animation
March 21, 2008Shutterco-production with Regency Enterprises, New Regency, Vertigo Entertainment
April 4, 2008Nim's IslandUSA; co-production with Walden Media and Dune Entertainment III LLC
April 25, 2008Deception
May 9, 2008What Happens in Vegasco-production with Regency Enterprises, 21 Laps Entertainment, Mosaic Media Group and Dune Entertainment III LLC, Penn Station Entertainment
June 13, 2008The Happeningco-production with Spyglass Entertainment, Blinding Edge Pictures and UTV Motion Pictures
July 11, 2008Meet Daveco-production with Regency Enterprises, Friendly Films, Dune Entertainment LLC, Guy Walks Into a Bar Productions and Deep River Productions
July 18, 2008Space Chimpsco-production with Vanguard Animation, Odyssey Entertainment, Straz Animation and Studiopolis
July 25, 2008The X-Files: I Want to Believeco-production with Ten Thirteen Productions, Dune Entertainment III LLC and Crying Box Productions
August 15, 2008Mirrorsco-production with Regency Enterprises and New Regency
August 20, 2008The Rockerco-production with Fox Atomic, 21 Laps and Dune Entertainment III LLC
August 29, 2008Babylon A.D.co-production with One Race Films and Dune Entertainment
October 13, 2008City of Emberco-production with Walden Media and Playtone
October 17, 2008Max Payneco-production with Remedy Entertainment, Dune Entertainment III LLC, Firm Films and Foxtor Productions
October 31, 2008The Haunting of Molly Hartley
November 26, 2008Australiaco-production with Bazmark Films and Dune Entertainment III LLC
December 12, 2008The Day the Earth Stood Stillco-production with 3 Arts Entertainment Dune Entertainment III LLC
December 25, 2008Marley & Meco-production with Fox 2000 Pictures, Regency Enterprises, Sunswept Entertainment and Dune Entertainment III LLC
January 9, 2009Bride Warsco-production with Fox 2000 Pictures, Regency Enterprises, New Regency, Firm Films and Dune Entertainment
January 30, 2009Takenco-production with EuropaCorp and Dune Entertainment
February 27, 2009Street Fighter: The Legend of Chun-Lico-production with Capcom, Legend Films, Adlabs Films and, Hyde Park Entertainment
March 27, 200912 Roundsco-production with WWE Studios
April 10, 2009Dragonball Evolutionco-production with Dune Entertainment, Star Overseas, Ingenious Film Partners and Big Screen Productions
May 1, 2009X-Men Origins: Wolverineco-production with Marvel Entertainment, Donners' Company, Seed, Ingenious Film Partners, Big Screen Productions and Dune Entertainment
May 22, 2009Night at the Museum: Battle of the Smithsonianco-production with 21 Laps, Ingenious Film Partners, 1492 Pictures and Dune Entertainment
July 3, 2009Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaursco-production with Blue Sky Studios and Twentieth Century Fox Animation
July 10, 2009I Love You, Beth Cooperco-production with 1492 Pictures, The Bridge Studios, Dune Entertainment and Ingenious Film Partners
July 31, 2009Aliens in the Atticco-production with Regency Enterprises, Josephson Entertainment and Dune Entertainment
August 21, 2009Post Gradco-production with Fox Atomic, Montecito Picture Company, Cold Spring Pictures and Dune Entertainment
September 4, 2009All About Steveco-production with Fox 2000 Pictures, Radar Pictures, Fortis Films and Dune Entertainment
September 18, 2009Jennifer's Bodyco-production with Fox Atomic and Dune Entertainment
November 27, 2009Fantastic Mr. FoxNominee of the Academy Award for Best Animated Feature. co-production with Indian Paintbrush, Regency Enterprises and American Empirical Pictures
December 18, 2009AvatarNominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
Winner of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Drama. co-production with Lightstorm Entertainment, Dune Entertainment and Ingenious Film Partners
December 23, 2009Alvin and the Chipmunks: The Squeakquelco-production with Fox 2000 Pictures, Regency Enterprises, Bagdasarian Company and Dune Entertainment

2010s[edit source | edit]

Release DateFilm TitleNotes
January 22, 2010Tooth Fairyco-production with Walden Media Mayhem Pictures and Dune Entertainment
February 12, 2010Percy Jackson & the Olympians: The Lightning Thiefco-production with Fox 2000 Pictures, Dune Entertainment, 1492 Pictures and Sunswept Entertainment
March 19, 2010Diary of a Wimpy Kidco-production with Fox 2000 Pictures, Dune Entertainment and Color Force
April 9, 2010Date Nightco-production with 21 Laps and Dune Entertainment
June 4, 2010Marmadukeco-production with Regency Enterprises, Davis Entertainment Company and Dune Entertainment
June 11, 2010The A-Teamco-production with Dune Entertainment, Scott Free, Top Cow and Stephen J. Cannell
June 23, 2010Knight and Dayco-production with Regency Enterprises, Pink Machine, Todd Garner and Dune Entertainment
July 9, 2010Predatorsco-production with Dune Entertainment, Troublemaker Studios and Davis Entertainment Compant
July 23, 2010Ramona and Beezusco-production with Fox 2000 Pictures and Walden Media
August 18, 2010Vampires Suckdistribution, produced by Regency Enterprises
August 27, 2010Avatar: Special Editionco-production with Dune Entertainment and Lightstorm Entertainment
September 3, 2010Macheteco-production with Dune Entertainment, Troublemaker Studios and Hyde Park Entertainment
September 24, 2010Wall Street: Money Never Sleepsco-production with Dune Entertainment
November 12, 2010Unstoppableco-production with Dune Entertainment and Scott Free Productions
November 24, 2010Love and Other Drugsco-production with Fox 2000 Pictures, Regency Enterprises, New Regency, Stuber Pictures, Bedford Falls and Dune Entertainment
December 10, 2010The Chronicles of Narnia: The Voyage of the Dawn Treaderco-production with Fox 2000 Pictures, Dune Entertainment and Walden Media
December 25, 2010Gulliver's Travelsco-production with Dune Entertainment and Davis Entertainment Company
February 18, 2011Big Mommas: Like Father Like Sondistribution, produced by Regency Enterprises, New Regency, Runteldat Entertainment, The Collective and Friendly Films
March 25, 2011Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Rodrick Rulesco-production with Fox 2000 Pictures, Dune Entertainment and Color Force
April 15, 2011Rioco-production with Blue Sky Studios and Twentieth Century Fox Animation
April 22, 2011Water for Elephantsco-production with 3 Arts Entertainment, Flashpoint Entertainment, Dune Entertainment, Ingenious Media and Big Screen Productions
June 3, 2011X-Men: First Classco-production with Dune Entertainment, Marvel Entertainment, Bad Hat Harry, Donners' Company, Ingenious Media, Big Screen PRoductions and Ingenious Film Partners
June 17, 2011Mr. Popper's Penguinsco-production with Dune Entertainment and Davis Entertainment Company
July 1, 2011Monte Carloco-production with Fox 2000 Pictures, Regency Enterprises, Di Novi Pictures and Dune Entertainment
August 5, 2011Rise of the Planet of the Apesco-production with Chernin Entertainment, Dune Entertainment, Ingenious Media, Big Screen Productions and Ingenious Film Partners
August 12, 2011Glee: The 3D Concert Movieco-production with Twentieth Century Fox Television and Ryan Murphy
September 30, 2011What's Your Number?distribution, produced by Regency Enterprises, New Regency and Contrafilm
October 14, 2011The Big Yearco-production with Fox 2000 Pictures, Red Hour Films, Dune Entertainment. Deuce Three and Sunswept Entertainment
October 28, 2011In Timedistribution, produced by Regency Enterprises, New Regency and Strike Entertainment
December 9, 2011The Sitterco-production with Michael De Luca, Rough House and Dune Entertainment
December 16, 2011Alvin and the Chipmunks: Chipwreckedco-production with Fox 2000 Pictures, Regency Enterprises, Bagdasarian Company and Dune Entertainment
December 23, 2011We Bought a Zooco-production with LBI Entertainment, Vinyl Films and Dune Entertainment
December 25, 2011The Darkest Hourinternational distribution, produced by Regency Enterprises, New Regency and The Jacobson Company; Summit Entertainment from USA
January 20, 2012Red Tailsco-production with Lucasfilm and Dune Entertainment
February 3, 2012Chronicleco-production with Dune Entertainment and Davis Entertainment
February 10, 2012Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace (3D conversion)co-production with Lucasfilm
February 17, 2012This Means Warco-production with Dune Entertainment and Overbrook Entertainment
April 4, 2012Titanic (3D conversion)co-production with Paramount Pictures and Lightstorm Entertainment
April 13, 2012The Three Stoogesco-production with C3 Entertainment, Conundrum Entertainment and Dune Entertainment
June 8, 2012Prometheusco-production with Dune Entertainment and Scott Free Productions
June 22, 2012Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunterco-production with Dune Entertainment
July 13, 2012The Longest Daycareco-production with Gracie Films and Film Roman
July 13, 2012Ice Age: Continental Driftco-production with Blue Sky Studios and Twentieth Century Fox Animation
July 27, 2012The Watchco-production with 21 Laps, Dune Entertainment
August 3, 2012Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Dog Daysco-production with Fox 2000 Pictures Dune Entertainment and Color Force
September 28, 2012Won't Back Downdistribution, produced with Walden Media
October 5, 2012Taken 2co-production with EuropaCorp
October 26, 2012Chasing Mavericksdistribution, produced with Walden Media
(limited) November 9, 2012
(wide) November 16, 2012
LincolnNominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture. Non-USA distribution only, U.S. distribution by Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures; co-production with DreamWorks, Touchstone Pictures, Reliance Entertainment, Participant Media, The Kennedy/Marshall Company and Amblin Entertainment
November 21, 2012Life of PiNominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture. co-production with Fox 2000 Pictures Dune Entertainment
December 25, 2012Parental Guidanceco-production with Walden Media, Chernin Entertainment, Face PRoductions, Inc. and Dune Entertainment
January 28, 2013Broken Citydistribution, co-production with Regency Enterprises, Emmett/Furla Films, Black Bear Pictures, Closest to The Hole Entertainment and Mr. Mudd
February 14, 2013A Good Day to Die Hardco-production with Dune Entertainment
March 22, 2013The Croodsdistribution only; produced by DreamWorks Animation, The first DreamWorks Animation film to be distributed by 20th Century Fox.
May 24, 2013Epicco-production with Blue Sky Studios and 20th Century Fox Animation
June 7, 2013The Internshipco-production with Regency Enterprises, Wild West Picture Show, 21 Laps and Dune Entertainment
June 28, 2013The Heatco-production with Chernin Entertainment and Dune Entertainment
July 17, 2013Turbodistribution only; produced by DreamWorks Animation
July 26, 2013The Wolverineco-production with Dune Entertainment, Marvel Entertainment, Donners' Company, Seed, Ingenious Media, Big Screen Productions and Ingenious Film Partners
August 7, 2013Percy Jackson: Sea of Monstersco-production with Fox 2000 Pictures, Dune Entertainment, Sunswept Entertainment and 1492 Pictures

Future releases[edit source | edit]

Release DateFilm TitleNotes
September 27, 2013Runner, Runnerco-production with Regency Enterprises, New Regency, Appian Way and Double Feature Films
October 25, 2013The Counselorco-production with Dune Entertainment and Scott Free Productions
November 15, 2013The Book Thiefco-production with Studio Babelsberg
November 27, 2013Black Nativity
December 20, 2013Monuments Men[2]international distribution only, co-production with Columbia Pictures, Studio Babelsberg and Smokehouse Pictures
December 20, 2013Walking with Dinosaurs 3Dco-production with BBC Films, BFI and Film4
December 25, 2013The Secret Life of Walter Mittyco-production with Red Hour and Samuel Goldwyn Films
January 1, 2014Devil's Dueco-production with Dune Entertainment and Davis Entertainment
January 8, 2014Neon Trees: All Day, All Nightco-production with The Island Def Jam Music Group and Flying Heart Productions
February 14, 2014The Maze Runner
March 7, 2014Mr. Peabody & Shermandistribution only; produced by DreamWorks Animation / Bullwinkle Studios / Pacific Data Images / Classic Media
April 11, 2014Rio 2co-production with Blue Sky Studios and Twentieth Century Fox Animation
April 25, 2014The Other Woman
May 23, 2014X-Men: Days of Future Pastco-production with Dune Entertainment, Marvel Entertainment Bad Hat Harry, Donners' Company, Ingenious Media, Big Screen Productions, Marv Films and Ingenious Film Partners
June 20, 2014How to Train Your Dragon 2distribution only; produced by DreamWorks Animation
July 18, 2014Dawn of the Planet of the Apesco-production with Dune Entertainment, Chernin Entertainment, Ingenious Media Big Screen Productions and Ingenious Film Partners
October 3, 2014Book of Lifeco-production with Fox Animation Studios and Reel FX Creative Studios
October 17, 2014Frankenstein
November 14, 2014The Secret Serviceco-production with Marv Films and Shangri-La Entertainment[3]
November 26, 2014Homedistribution only; produced by DreamWorks Animation
December 12, 2014[4]Exodus
December 25, 2014Night at the Museum 3co-production with Dune Entertainment, 21 Laps Entertainment and 1492 Pictures
February 15, 2015The Longest Ride
March 6, 2015The Fantastic Fourco-production with Marvel Entertainment
March 27, 2015The Penguins of Madagascardistribution only; produced by DreamWorks Animation
May 22, 2015Assassin's Creedco-production with Regency Enterprises and New Regency[5]
June 5, 2015B.O.O.: Bureau of Otherworldly Operationsdistribution only; produced by DreamWorks Animation
July 3, 2015Independence Day 2co-production with Centropolis Entertainment
July 31, 2015Peregrine's Home for Peculiarsco-production with Chernin Entertainment
November 6, 2015Peanutsco-production with Blue Sky Studios
December 23, 2015Kung Fu Panda 3distribution only; produced by DreamWorks Animation
March 18, 2016Mumbai Musicaldistribution only; produced by DreamWorks Animation
June 17, 2016How to Train Your Dragon 3distribution only; produced by DreamWorks Animation
July 18, 2016Anubisco-production with Blue Sky Studios
November 4, 2016Trollsdistribution only; produced by DreamWorks Animation
March 10, 2017Untitled film produced by DreamWorks Animation
April 7, 2017Ferdinandco-production with Blue Sky Studios
June 16, 2017Untitled film produced by DreamWorks Animation
July 21, 2017Untitled film produced by either DreamWorks Animation or Blue Sky Studios
November 3, 2017Untitled film produced by either DreamWorks Animation or Blue Sky Studios
December 20, 2017Untitled film produced by either DreamWorks Animation or Blue Sky Studios
March 23, 2018Untitled film produced by either DreamWorks Animation or Blue Sky Studios
June 29, 2018Untitled film produced by either DreamWorks Animation or Blue Sky Studios
July 20, 2018Untitled film produced by either DreamWorks Animation or Blue Sky Studios
November 2, 2018Untitled film produced by either DreamWorks Animation or Blue Sky Studios
December 21, 2018Untitled film produced by either DreamWorks Animation or Blue Sky Studios

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Notes[edit source | edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e f Rights owned by Warner Bros.
  2. ^ a b Distribution rights now belong to StudioCanal.
  3. ^ a b Now owned by Turner Entertainment
  4. ^ Fox still retains distribution rights; all other rights are with Disney/Lucasfilm.
  5. ^ Rights now owned by ITV Studios
  6. ^ a b c d e Distribution rights will be transferred to Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures by May 2020.
  7. ^ a b c d rights now belong to MGM