List of Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer films

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This is a selected list of feature films originally released and/or distributed by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (to include MGM/UA Entertainment Co.).

This list does not include films from United Artists before the merger with MGM in 1982 (except for co-productions), nor does it include films originally released by other companies (e.g. Orion Pictures, PolyGram Filmed Entertainment, Hemdale Film Corporation, Cannon Films) which MGM has subsequently bought and/or acquired distribution rights to.

Please note that the vast majority of pre-May 1986 MGM titles are currently the property of Turner Entertainment Company, and are thus distributed by their Time Warner sister company Warner Bros.

1920s[edit]

1924[edit]

Release Date Title Notes
April 14, 1924 Mademoiselle Midnight Distribution only; produced by Tiffany Productions
The first film released by MGM. April 14, 1924[1]
April 21, 1924 Sherlock, Jr. Distribution only; produced by Joseph M. Schenck
June 23, 1924 Revelation
July 21, 1924 The Arab
August 3, 1924 Broken Barriers
August 4, 1924 Bread
August 11, 1924 Tess of the d'Urbervilles
August 25, 1924 Little Robinson Crusoe
September 1, 1924 Sinners in Silk
September 8, 1924 The Red Lily
September 15, 1924 Wine of Youth
September 29, 1924 His Hour
September 29, 1924 One Night in Rome
October 6, 1924 The Beauty Prize
October 6, 1924 Circe, the Enchantress Distribution only; produced by Tiffany Productions
October 13, 1924 The Navigator Distribution only; presented by Joseph M. Schenck
October 20, 1924 The Bandolero
October 27, 1924 Married Flirts
November 3, 1924 Along Came Ruth
November 9, 1924 He Who Gets Slapped The first film made completely by MGM[2]
November 19, 1924 The Snob
November 24, 1924 The Silent Accuser
November 24, 1924 So This Is Marriage?
December 1, 1924 The Wife of the Centaur
December 4, 1924 Greed
December 6, 1924 Romola Distribution only; produced by Inspiration Pictures
December 8, 1924 Janice Meredith Distribution only; produced by William Randolph Hearst
December 29, 1924 The Dixie Handicap

1925[edit]

Release Date Title Notes
January 19, 1925 Excuse Me
February 9, 1925 Cheaper to Marry
February 10, 1925 Chu-Chin-Chow US distribution only; made in the UK by Graham-Wilcox Productions
February 15, 1925 The Great Divide
February 16, 1925 The Rag Man
February 23, 1925 Lady of the Night
February 23, 1925 The Prairie Wife Distribution only; produced by Eastern Productions
March 11, 1925 Seven Chances Distribution only; produced by Buster Keaton Productions, presented by Joseph M. Schenck
March 16, 1925 The Monster
March 22, 1925 The Denial
March 29, 1925 Daddy's Gone A-Hunting
March 29, 1925 The Way of a Girl
March 30, 1925 Confessions of a Queen
April 13, 1925 The Sporting Venus
April 20, 1925 Man and Maid
April 27, 1925 Proud Flesh
May 2, 1925 Zander the Great Distribution only; produced by William Randolph Hearst for the Cosmopolitan Corporation
May 4, 1925 The White Desert
August 16, 1925 The Unholy Three remade in 1930
August 26, 1925 The Merry Widow remade in 1934
September 6, 1925 Pretty Ladies
September 13, 1925 Never the Twain Shall Meet Distribution only; produced by William Randolph Hearst for Cosmopolitan
September 20, 1925 Sun-Up
September 22, 1925 The Circle
September 23, 1925 A Slave of Fashion
September 27, 1925 The Mystic
October 4, 1925 Exchange of Wives
October 4, 1925 The Midshipman Produced under the supervision of the U. S. Navy Department
October 11, 1925 The Tower of Lies
November 1, 1925 Go West Distribution only; produced by Buster Keaton Productions
November 5, 1925 The Big Parade
November 8, 1925 Lights of Old Broadway A Cosmopolitan production
November 8, 1925 Time, the Comedian
November 9, 1925 Old Clothes
November 15, 1925 Bright Lights
November 15, 1925 Don't
November 22, 1925 The Only Thing
December 6, 1925 His Secretary
December 13, 1925 The Masked Bride
December 20, 1925 Soul Mates
December 27, 1925 The Great Love
December 27, 1925 Sally, Irene and Mary
December 30, 1925 Ben-Hur partial Technicolor; remade in 1959

1926[edit]

Release Date Title Notes
January 4, 1926 Dance Madness
January 11, 1926 The Blackbird
January 11, 1926 Mike
February 1, 1926 The Auction Block
February 15, 1926 The Devil's Circus
February 15, 1926 Mare Nostrum
February 21, 1926 Torrent A Cosmopolitan production
February 24, 1926 La Bohème
March 1, 1926 Monte Carlo
March 28, 1926 Exquisite Sinner
April 19, 1926 Beverly of Graustark A Cosmopolitan production
May 2, 1926 Brown of Harvard
May 10, 1926 Money Talks
May 17, 1926 The Boob
May 21, 1926 The Barrier
May 24, 1926 Paris
June 26, 1926 Lovey Mary
June 28, 1926 The Road to Mandalay
July 25, 1926 A Waltz Dream US distribution; made in Germany by UFA
August 9, 1926 The Scarlet Letter
August 14, 1926 The Boy Friend
September 4, 1926 Battling Butler A Buster Keaton production
September 5, 1926 The Waning Sex
September 26, 1926 Blarney
September 30, 1926 Bardelys the Magnificent
October 10, 1926 The Temptress A Cosmopolitan production
October 10, 1926 War Paint
October 17, 1926 The Gay Deceiver
October 24, 1926 The Magician
November 7, 1926 Upstage
November 14, 1926 The Desert's Toll
November 14, 1926 Exit Smiling
November 21, 1926 The Flaming Forest A Cosmopolitan production
November 28, 1926 There You Are!
November 28, 1926 Tin Hats
December 4, 1926 Love's Blindness
December 5, 1926 Faust US distribution; made in Germany by UFA
December 18, 1926 Valencia
December 20, 1926 The Fire Brigade
December 23, 1926 Tell It to the Marines
December 25, 1926 Flesh and the Devil

1927[edit]

Release Date Title Notes
January 1, 1927 A Little Journey
January 15, 1927 Johnny Get Your Hair Cut
January 22, 1927 The Show
January 27, 1927 Winners of the Wilderness
January 29, 1927 The Red Mill A Cosmopolitan production
February 5, 1927 Altars of Desire
February 5, 1927 The Taxi Dancer
February 12, 1927 Women Love Diamonds
February 19, 1927 The Demi-Bride
February 19, 1927 The Valley of Hell Presented by the Big Horn Ranch
February 26, 1927 The Understanding Heart A Cosmopolitan production
March 12, 1927 Slide, Kelly, Slide
March 15, 1927 Heaven on Earth
March 26, 1927 Mr. Wu
April 2, 1927 Frisco Sally Levy
April 30, 1927 Rookies
May 1, 1927 Lovers?
May 11, 1927 Annie Laurie
May 14, 1927 Captain Salvation
May 21, 1927 Tillie the Toiler A Cosmopolitan production
June 4, 1927 The Unknown
June 11, 1927 The Frontiersman
June 18, 1927 The Callahans and the Murphys
June 25, 1927 On Ze Boulevard
July 5, 1927 California
July 9, 1927 Twelve Miles Out
August 6, 1927 The Bugle Call
August 13, 1927 Mockery
August 20, 1927 After Midnight
August 27, 1927 Adam and Evil
September 2, 1927 The Garden of Allah
September 3, 1927 Foreign Devils
September 21, 1927 The Student Prince in Old Heidelberg
October 1, 1927 Body and Soul
October 1, 1927 The Fair Co-Ed A Marion Davies production
October 9, 1927 The Road to Romance
October 13, 1927 The Thirteenth Hour
October 22, 1927 Spring Fever
October 29, 1927 Tea for Three
November 1, 1927 Quality Street
November 12, 1927 Becky A Cosmopolitan production
November 19, 1927 Man, Woman and Sin
November 20, 1927 In Old Kentucky
November 29, 1927 Love
December 3, 1927 London After Midnight
December 8, 1927 The Enemy
December 10, 1927 Spoilers of the West
December 17, 1927 The Lovelorn A Cosmopolitan production
December 24, 1927 Buttons

1928[edit]

Release Date Title Notes
January 8, 1928 Baby Mine
January 8, 1928 West Point Produced by permission of the War Department with cooperation of the U. S. Military Academy
January 14, 1928 The Divine Woman
January 21, 1928 The Law of the Range
January 28, 1928 Wickedness Preferred
February 4, 1928 The Latest from Paris
February 11, 1928 Rose-Marie
February 18, 1928 The Crowd
March 4, 1928 The Smart Set
March 17, 1928 Bringing Up Father
March 20, 1928 The Trail of '98
March 24, 1928 The Big City
March 24, 1928 Under the Black Eagle
March 24, 1928 Wyoming
March 31, 1928 Circus Rookies
April 7, 1928 Across to Singapore
April 14, 1928 Laugh, Clown, Laugh
April 21, 1928 Riders of the Dark
April 22, 1928 The Patsy
April 28, 1928 The Actress
May 5, 1928 Diamond Handcuffs
May 19, 1928 A Certain Young Man
June 9, 1928 Detectives
June 16, 1928 Forbidden Hours
June 23, 1928 The Cossacks
June 30, 1928 Mademoiselle from Armentieres US distribution; made in the UK by Gaumont British
June 30, 1928 Telling the World
July 14, 1928 The Adventurer
July 26, 1928 Skirts US distribution; made in the UK by British International Pictures
August 4, 1928 The Mysterious Lady
August 11, 1928 Four Walls
August 15, 1928 Beau Broadway
September 1, 1928 Our Dancing Daughters
September 2, 1928 The Cardboard Lover
September 8, 1928 Excess Baggage
September 15, 1928 Beyond the Sierras
September 15, 1928 While the City Sleeps
September 22, 1928 The Cameraman
September 27, 1928 The Baby Cyclone
October 26, 1928 Shadows of the Night
November 2, 1928 The Viking Presented by Herbert T. Kalmus
First color feature with a soundtrack
November 15, 1928 Alias Jimmy Valentine
November 17, 1928 The Bushranger
November 17, 1928 The Masks of the Devil
November 20, 1928 Show People
November 23, 1928 The Wind
November 24, 1928 West of Zanzibar
December 1, 1928 Dream of Love
December 1, 1928 A Lady of Chance
December 15, 1928 A Woman of Affairs
December 23, 1928 Brotherly Love
December 29, 1928 Honeymoon

1929[edit]

Release Date Title Notes
January 5, 1929 Morgan's Last Raid
January 12, 1929 A Single Man
January 19, 1929 The Flying Fleet Produced with the sanction of the U. S. Navy
January 23, 1929 Bellamy Trial A Hearst News Service production
February 1, 1929 The Broadway Melody Winner of the Academy Award for Best Picture; the first MGM film to win Best Picture
February 9, 1929 All at Sea
February 11, 1929 Napoleon US distribution; made in France by the Films Abel Gance (a Gaumont-Metro presentation)
February 16, 1929 Casanova/The Loves of Casanova US distribution; made in France by the Société des Cinéromans
February 23, 1929 Wild Orchids
March 2, 1929 The Overland Telegraph
March 4, 1929 Spies US distribution; made in Germany by UFA
March 16, 1929 The Duke Steps Out
March 23, 1929 Tide of Empire
March 29, 1929 Desert Nights
March 30, 1929 The Bridge of San Luis Rey
April 6, 1929 Spite Marriage
April 13, 1929 The Voice of the City A Cosmopolitan production
April 20, 1929 Sioux Blood
April 27, 1929 The Pagan
May 4, 1929 Where East is East
May 11, 1929 The Desert Rider
May 25, 1929 A Man's Man
May 28, 1929 China Bound
June 8, 1929 The Trial of Mary Dugan
June 15, 1929 The Idle Rich
July 8, 1929 Thunder
July 13, 1929 Wonder of Women
July 26, 1929 The Last of Mrs. Cheyney
July 27, 1929 The Single Standard
August 17, 1929 Madame X
August 20, 1929 Hallelujah!
August 24, 1929 Marianne A Marion Davies production
August 24, 1929 Our Modern Maidens
August 31, 1929 The Girl in the Show
September 7, 1929 Speedway
September 14, 1929 The Unholy Night
September 21, 1929 Wise Girls
September 28, 1929 His Glorious Night
October 5, 1929 The Mysterious Island
October 19, 1929 The Thirteenth Chair
November 8, 1929 So This Is College
November 16, 1929 The Kiss M-G-M's last silent film
November 23, 1929 The Hollywood Revue of 1929 Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture
November 23, 1929 Untamed
December 6, 1929 It's a Great Life
December 20, 1929 Navy Blues
December 27, 1929 Devil-May-Care
December 27, 1929 Their Own Desire

1930s[edit]

1930[edit]

Release Date Title Notes
January 3, 1930 The Bishop Murder Case
January 24, 1930 The Woman Racket
January 31, 1930 They Learned About Women
January 31, 1930 The Ship from Shanghai
February 2, 1930 Not So Dumb
February 21, 1930 Anna Christie
February 23, 1930 Chasing Rainbows
February 28, 1930 Lord Byron of Broadway
February 28, 1930 A Lady to Love
March 15, 1930 The Girl Said No
March 20, 1930 Montana Moon
March 22, 1930 Free and Easy
April 12, 1930 This Mad World
April 19, 1930 The Divorcee Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture
April 26, 1930 Children of Pleasure
May 2, 1930 Redemption
May 3, 1930 Strictly Unconventional
May 10, 1930 Caught Short A Cosmopolitan production
May 10, 1930 The Rogue Song MGM's first all-color talkie
May 17, 1930 In Gay Madrid
May 24, 1930 The Lady of Scandal
May 30, 1930 The Florodora Girl A Marion Davies production
June 14, 1930 The Big House A Cosmopolitan production
Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture
June 21, 1930 One Embarrassing Night US distribution; a Herbert Wilcox production for the British & Dominions Film Corporation
June 28, 1930 The Sins of the Children A Cosmopolitan production
July 5, 1930 The Sea Bat
July 7, 1930 Estrellados Spanish-language version of Free and Easy
July 12, 1930 The Unholy Three
July 19, 1930 Our Blushing Brides
August 2, 1930 Way Out West
August 9, 1930 Let Us Be Gay
August 16, 1930 Call of the Flesh
August 23, 1930 Good News
August 26, 1930 Romance
August 30, 1930 Doughboys
September 6, 1930 Love in the Rough
September 20, 1930 Madam Satan
September 27, 1930 Men of the North
October 10, 1930 Olimpia Spanish-language version of His Glorious Night
October 11, 1930 Those Three French Girls A Cosmopolitan production
October 18, 1930 Billy the Kid
November 1, 1930 Way for a Sailor
November 8, 1930 A Lady's Morals
November 14, 1930 El presidio Spanish-language version of The Big House
November 15, 1930 Remote Control
November 22, 1930 War Nurse
November 29, 1930 Min and Bill
December 6, 1930 Passion Flower
December 18, 1930 Wu Li Chang Spanish-language version of Mr. Wu
December 28, 1930 New Moon
December 30, 1930 Paid

1931[edit]

Release Date Title Notes
January 3, 1931 Reducing
January 5, 1931 Anna Christie
January 10, 1931 The Bachelor Father
January 16, 1931 Monsieur Le Fox Spanish-language version of Men of the North
January 23, 1931 De frente, marchen Spanish-language version of Doughboys
January 24, 1931 The Great Meadow
January 31, 1931 Inspiration
February 7, 1931 Dance, Fools, Dance
February 7, 1931 The Easiest Way
February 21, 1931 Si l'empereur savait ça French-language version of His Glorious Night
February 21, 1931 The Prodigal
February 28, 1931 Parlor, Bedroom and Bath
March 13, 1931 La fruta amarga Spanish-language version of Min and Bill
March 14, 1931 Men Call It Love
March 27, 1931 En cada puerto un amor Spanish-language version of Way for a Sailor
March 28, 1931 A Tailor Made Man
April 3, 1931 La mujer X Spanish-language version of Madame X
April 4, 1931 Strangers May Kiss
April 11, 1931 Stepping Out A Hal Roach Comedy
April 11, 1931 It's a Wise Child
April 18, 1931 The Secret Six A George Hill-Cosmopolitan production
April 25, 1931 Shipmates
May 2, 1931 Daybreak
May 7, 1931 Gentleman’s Fate
May 16, 1931 Never the Twain Shall Meet
May 23, 1931 Trader Horn Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture
May 30, 1931 Laughing Sinners
June 6, 1931 Just a Gigolo
June 13, 1931 Five and Ten
June 20, 1931 A Free Soul
June 26, 1931 El proceso de Mary Dugan Spanish-language version of The Trial of Mary Dugan
July 4, 1931 The Man in Possession
July 17, 1931 Su última noche Spanish-language remake of The Gay Deceiver
July 18, 1931 The Great Lover
July 25, 1931 Politics
August 1, 1931 Son of India
August 8, 1931 Sporting Blood
August 15, 1931 Pardon Us A Hal Roach Feature
August 22, 1931 Guilty Hands
August 29, 1931 This Modern Age
September 5, 1931 The Squaw Man
September 12, 1931 The Phantom of Paris
September 26, 1931 Sidewalks of New York
October 2, 1931 Cheri-Bibi Spanish-language version of The Phantom of Paris
October 3, 1931 New Adventures of Get Rich Quick Wallingford
October 10, 1931 Susan Lenox (Her Fall and Rise)
October 24, 1931 The Sin of Madelon Claudet
November 7, 1931 The Guardsman
November 9, 1931 The Champ Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture
November 14, 1931 Flying High
November 21, 1931 Possessed
November 28, 1931 West of Broadway
December 5, 1931 The Cuban Love Song
December 12, 1931 Private Lives
December 26, 1931 Mata Hari

1932[edit]

Release Date Title Notes
January 2, 1932 Emma
January 16, 1932 Hell Divers
January 23, 1932 Lovers Courageous
February 6, 1932 The Passionate Plumber
February 13, 1932 The Beast of the City
February 20, 1932 Freaks
February 27, 1932 Polly of the Circus
March 5, 1932 Arsene Lupin
March 25, 1932 Tarzan the Ape Man
March 26, 1932 The Wet Parade
April 9, 1932 But the Flesh Is Weak
April 24, 1932 Are You Listening
April 30, 1932 When a Fellow Needs a Friend
May 14, 1932 Huddle
May 14, 1932 Letty Lynton
May 28, 1932 As You Desire Me
June 4, 1932 New Morals for Old
June 4, 1932 Night Court
June 25, 1932 Red-Headed Woman
July 2, 1932 Unashamed
July 9, 1932 The Washington Masquerade
July 16, 1932 Skyscraper Souls
August 6, 1932 Downstairs
August 13, 1932 Speak Easily
August 27, 1932 Divorce in the Family
September 1, 1932 Blondie of the Follies
September 11, 1932 Grand Hotel Winner of the Academy Award for Best Picture
September 17, 1932 Pack Up Your Troubles Presented by Hal Roach (A Hal Roach Comedy)
September 24, 1932 Smilin’ Through Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture
October 1, 1932 Kongo
October 15, 1932 Faithless
October 22, 1932 Red Dust
November 5, 1932 The Mask of Fu Manchu
November 7, 1932 Payment Deferred
November 18, 1932 Prosperity
December 8, 1932 Flesh
December 16, 1932 Fast Life
December 23, 1932 The Son-Daughter
December 23, 1932 Rasputin and the Empress
December 30, 1932 Strange Interlude

1933[edit]

Release Date Title Notes
January 20, 1933 The Outsider US distribution; presented in the UK by Eric Hakim
January 21, 1933 Whistling in the Dark
February 3, 1933 The Secret of Madame Blanche
February 10, 1933 What! No Beer?
February 17, 1933 Men Must Fight
February 24, 1933 Clear All Wires!
March 10, 1933 Fast Workers
March 31, 1933 Gabriel Over the White House A Cosmopolitan production
April 14, 1933 Today We Live
April 14, 1933 The White Sister
April 28, 1933 Looking Forward
May 5, 1933 The Devil's Brother
May 12, 1933 The Barbarian
May 19, 1933 Made on Broadway
May 26, 1933 Peg o' My Heart A Cosmopolitan production
June 2, 1933 The Nuisance
June 9, 1933 Hell Below
June 16, 1933 Reunion in Vienna
June 23, 1933 When Ladies Meet A Cosmopolitan production
June 30, 1933 Midnight Mary
July 7, 1933 Hold Your Man
July 14, 1933 Storm at Daybreak
July 28, 1933 Another Language
July 28, 1933 The Stranger's Return
August 4, 1933 Tugboat Annie
August 25, 1933 Turn Back the Clock
August 29, 1933 Dinner at Eight
September 1, 1933 Beauty for Sale
September 8, 1933 Penthouse
September 15, 1933 Broadway to Hollywood
September 22, 1933 The Solitaire Man
September 29, 1933 Stage Mother
October 6, 1933 Night Flight
October 13, 1933 Bombshell
October 20, 1933 Meet the Baron
October 27, 1933 Day of Reckoning
November 3, 1933 The Chief
November 10, 1933 The Prizefighter and the Lady
November 14, 1933 Eskimo
November 17, 1933 Christopher Bean
November 24, 1933 Dancing Lady
December 1, 1933 Should Ladies Behave
December 8, 1933 The Women in His Life
December 22, 1933 Going Hollywood
December 26, 1933 Queen Christina
December 29, 1933 Sons of the Desert A Hal Roach Comedy

1934[edit]

Release Date Title Notes
January 5, 1934 Fugitive Lovers
January 26, 1934 You Can't Buy Everything A Cosmopolitan production
February 2, 1934 This Side of Heaven
February 16, 1934 The Cat and the Fiddle
February 23, 1934 The Mystery of Mr. X
March 9, 1934 The Show-Off
March 16, 1934 Lazy River
March 30, 1934 Riptide
April 6, 1934 Men in White A Cosmopolitan production
April 10, 1934 Viva Villa! Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture
April 13, 1934 Laughing Boy
April 16, 1934 Tarzan and His Mate
May 4, 1934 Manhattan Melodrama A Cosmopolitan production
May 9, 1934 Sadie McKee
May 25, 1934 The Thin Man Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture
June 1, 1934 Hollywood Party
June 8, 1934 Operator 13 A Cosmopolitan production
June 29, 1934 Murder in the Private Car
July 13, 1934 Stamboul Quest
July 27, 1934 Paris Interlude
August 3, 1934 The Girl from Missouri
August 10, 1934 Straight Is the Way
August 17, 1934 Treasure Island
August 24, 1934 Hide-Out
September 1, 1934 Chained
September 7, 1934 Have a Heart
September 14, 1934 Death on the Diamond
September 21, 1934 The Barretts of Wimpole Street Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture
Remade in 1956
September 28, 1934 Outcast Lady
October 5, 1934 Student Tour
October 19, 1934 What Every Woman Knows
November 2, 1934 The Merry Widow
November 9, 1934 Evelyn Prentice A Cosmopolitan production
November 23, 1934 The Painted Veil
December 7, 1934 A Wicked Woman
December 14, 1934 Babes in Toyland A Hal Roach production
December 14, 1934 The Gay Bride
December 21, 1934 The Band Plays On
December 22, 1934 Sequoia
December 23, 1934 Forsaking All Others A W. S. Van Dyke production

1935[edit]

Release Date Title Notes
January 4, 1935 Biography of a Bachelor Girl
January 11, 1935 The Night is Young
January 18, 1935 David Copperfield Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture
January 25, 1935 Society Doctor
February 8, 1935 The Winning Ticket
February 15, 1935 Shadow of Doubt
February 22, 1935 After Office Hours
March 1, 1935 Vanessa: Her Love Story
March 3, 1935 One New York Night
March 8, 1935 Times Square Lady
March 15, 1935 The Casino Murder Case
March 22, 1935 Naughty Marietta Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture
March 23, 1935 West Point of the Air
April 12, 1935 Baby Face Harrington
April 19, 1935 Reckless
April 26, 1935 Mark of the Vampire
May 3, 1935 Vagabond Lady A Hal Roach Feature Comedy
May 10, 1935 Age of Indiscretion
May 17, 1935 The Flame Within
May 27, 1935 Murder in the Fleet
May 31, 1935 Public Hero No. 1
June 14, 1935 No More Ladies
June 28, 1935 Calm Yourself
July 6, 1935 Escapade A Robert Z. Leonard production
July 12, 1935 Mad Love
July 12, 1935 The Murder Man
August 2, 1935 Woman Wanted
August 9, 1935 China Seas
August 9, 1935 Pursuit
August 23, 1935 Bonnie Scotland Presented by Hal Roach
August 30, 1935 Anna Karenina
August 30, 1935 Here Comes the Band
September 13, 1935 The Bishop Misbehaves
September 18, 1935 Broadway Melody of 1936 Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture
September 27, 1935 O'Shaughnessy's Boy
October 4, 1935 I Live My Life
October 11, 1935 It's in the Air
October 23, 1935 Rendezvous
November 8, 1935 Mutiny on the Bounty Winner of the Academy Award for Best Picture
Remade in 1962
November 15, 1935 A Night at the Opera
November 22, 1935 The Perfect Gentleman
December 6, 1935 Ah, Wilderness!
December 6, 1935 Kind Lady
December 18, 1935 Whipsaw
December 20, 1935 Last of the Pagans
December 27, 1935 A Tale of Two Cities Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture

1936[edit]

Release Date Title Notes
January 3, 1936 Riffraff
January 10, 1936 Three Live Ghosts
January 17, 1936 Exclusive Story
January 24, 1936 Tough Guy
February 1, 1936 Rose Marie
February 14, 1936 The Bohemian Girl A Hal Roach Feature Comedy
February 15, 1936 The Voice of Bugle Ann
February 21, 1936 The Garden Murder Case
February 28, 1936 Wife vs. Secretary
March 6, 1936 Three Godfathers
March 17, 1936 Robin Hood of El Dorado
March 20, 1936 Petticoat Fever
March 27, 1936 Moonlight Murder
April 4, 1936 The Unguarded Hour
April 8, 1936 The Great Ziegfeld A Robert Z. Leonard production
Winner of the Academy Award for Best Picture
April 10, 1936 Small Town Girl
April 24, 1936 Absolute Quiet
May 8, 1936 Speed
May 9, 1936 Neighborhood House A Hal Roach Comedy
May 15, 1936 The Three Wise Guys
May 22, 1936 Trouble for Two
May 29, 1936 Fury Fritz Lang's first American film
June 19, 1936 We Went to College
June 26, 1936 San Francisco Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture
July 10, 1936 The Devil-Doll
July 20, 1936 Suzy
July 31, 1936 Women Are Trouble
August 7, 1936 His Brother's Wife
August 14, 1936 Piccadilly Jim
August 20, 1936 Romeo and Juliet Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture
August 21, 1936 Kelly the Second A Hal Roach Feature Comedy
August 28, 1936 The Gorgeous Hussy A Clarence Brown production
September 11, 1936 Sworn Enemy
September 18, 1936 The Devil Is a Sissy
September 25, 1936 Old Hutch
October 2, 1936 The Longest Night
October 9, 1936 Libeled Lady Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture
October 16, 1936 All American Chump
October 23, 1936 Mr. Cinderella Presented by Hal Roach Studios
October 30, 1936 Our Relations A Hal Roach Feature Comedy
November 6, 1936 Tarzan Escapes
November 13, 1936 Mad Holiday
November 20, 1936 Love on the Run
November 27, 1936 Born to Dance
December 11, 1936 General Spanky A Hal Roach Feature Comedy
December 12, 1936 Camille
December 18, 1936 Sinner Take All
December 25, 1936 After the Thin Man

1937[edit]

Release Date Title Notes
January 8, 1937 Under Cover of Night
January 22, 1937 Dangerous Number
January 26, 1937 April Blossoms/April Romance US distribution only; produced in the UK by Alliance Films
January 29, 1937 The Good Earth Presented by The Theatre Guild
Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture
January 29, 1937 Man of the People
February 5, 1937 Mama Steps Out
February 19, 1937 The Last of Mrs. Cheyney
February 26, 1937 Espionage
March 12, 1937 A Family Affair
March 19, 1937 Personal Property
March 26, 1937 Maytime A Robert Z. Leonard production
April 2, 1937 Song of the City
April 9, 1937 Aldebaran US distribution; produced in Italy by Manenti Film
April 16, 1937 Way Out West A Hal Roach Feature Comedy, presented by Hal Roach Studios
April 23, 1937 The Good Old Soak
April 23, 1937 Nobody's Baby A Hal Roach Feature Comedy
April 30, 1937 Night Must Fall
May 7, 1937 They Gave Him a Gun
May 7, 1937 The Thirteenth Chair
May 11, 1937 Captains Courageous A Victor Fleming production
Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture
May 21, 1937 Pick a Star A Hal Roach comedy – an Edward Sedgwick production
June 4, 1937 Parnell
June 11, 1937 A Day at the Races
June 18, 1937 Married Before Breakfast
July 2, 1937 The Emperor's Candlesticks
July 9, 1937 Between Two Women
July 16, 1937 Topper A Hal Roach Feature Comedy
July 23, 1937 Saratoga
July 30, 1937 London by Night
August 20, 1937 Broadway Melody of 1938
August 27, 1937 Bad Guy
September 1, 1937 The Firefly A Robert Z. Leonard production
September 3, 1937 Big City A Frank Borzage production
September 10, 1937 The Women Men Marry
September 17, 1937 My Dear Miss Aldrich
October 1, 1937 Madame X
October 15, 1937 The Bride Wore Red
October 15, 1937 Double Wedding
October 22, 1937 Conquest A Clarence Brown production
October 29, 1937 Live, Love and Learn
November 12, 1937 The Last Gangster
November 19, 1937 Navy Blue and Gold A Sam Wood production
December 3, 1937 Beg, Borrow or Steal
December 3, 1937 Thoroughbreds Don't Cry
December 10, 1937 You're Only Young Once
December 14, 1937 Mannequin A Frank Borzage production
December 24, 1937 Rosalie
December 31, 1937 The Bad Man of Brimstone

1938[edit]

Release Date Title Notes
January 7, 1938 Man-Proof
January 14, 1938 Love Is a Headache
February 4, 1938 Everybody Sing
February 11, 1938 Of Human Hearts
February 15, 1938 Paradise for Three
February 18, 1938 A Yank at Oxford Made by the Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer British Studios
February 25, 1938 Arsène Lupin Returns
March 4, 1938 Merrily We Live Presented by Hal Roach (A Hal Roach Feature Comedy)
March 12, 1938 The First Hundred Years
March 18, 1938 The Girl of the Golden West
March 26, 1938 Judge Hardy's Children
April 22, 1938 Test Pilot Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture
May 13, 1938 Hold That Kiss
May 19, 1938 Yellow Jack
May 20, 1938 Swiss Miss Presented by Hal Roach Studios
June 2, 1938 Three Comrades
June 10, 1938 The Toy Wife
June 17, 1938 Lord Jeff
June 24, 1938 Woman Against Woman
July 1, 1938 Port of Seven Seas
July 5, 1938 Fast Company
July 8, 1938 Marie Antoinette
July 15, 1938 The Shopworn Angel
July 22, 1938 Love Finds Andy Hardy
July 29, 1938 The Chaser
August 5, 1938 The Crowd Roars
August 12, 1938 Rich Man, Poor Girl
August 19, 1938 Block-Heads A Hal Roach Feature Comedy
September 2, 1938 Three Loves Has Nancy
September 9, 1938 Boys Town Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture
September 16, 1938 Too Hot to Handle
September 30, 1938 Vacation from Love
October 7, 1938 Stablemates
October 14, 1938 Young Dr. Kildare
October 18, 1938 Listen, Darling
October 29, 1938 The Citadel Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture
November 4, 1938 The Great Waltz
November 11, 1938 Spring Madness
November 18, 1938 The Shining Hour A Frank Borzage production
November 25, 1938 Out West with the Hardys
December 2, 1938 Flirting with Fate Distribution only; produced by David Loew Productions
December 8, 1938 Pygmalion US distribution; produced in the UK by Gabriel Pascal Productions
Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture
December 9, 1938 Dramatic School
December 16, 1938 A Christmas Carol
December 22, 1938 Sweethearts MGM's first three-strip Technicolor film
December 23, 1938 The Girl Downstairs

1939[edit]

Release Date Title Notes
January 6, 1939 Stand Up and Fight
January 13, 1939 Burn 'Em Up O'Connor
January 27, 1939 Idiot's Delight
January 27, 1939 Four Girls in White
February 3, 1939 Honolulu
February 10, 1939 The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn Remade in 1960
February 17, 1939 Fast and Loose
February 24, 1939 Let Freedom Ring
March 10, 1939 The Ice Follies of 1939
March 17, 1939 Within the Law
March 21, 1939 Society Lawyer
March 24, 1939 Sergeant Madden
April 7, 1939 Broadway Serenade
April 14, 1939 The Kid from Texas
April 21, 1939 The Hardys Ride High
April 28, 1939 Calling Dr. Kildare
May 5, 1939 Lucky Night
May 12, 1939 Tell No Tales
May 15, 1939 Goodbye, Mr. Chips A Sam Wood production
Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture
Remade as musical in 1969
May 19, 1939 It's a Wonderful World
May 26, 1939 Bridal Suite
June 9, 1939 6,000 Enemies
June 15, 1939 Land of Liberty Distribution only; produced by Motion Picture Producers & Distributors of America
A compilation film for the Golden Gate International Exposition and the 1939 New York World's Fair
June 16, 1939 Tarzan Finds a Son!
June 22, 1939 Maisie
June 30, 1939 Stronger Than Desire
July 6, 1939 On Borrowed Time
July 21, 1939 Andy Hardy Gets Spring Fever
August 4, 1939 They All Come Out
August 10, 1939 Miracles for Sale
August 11, 1939 Lady of the Tropics
August 15, 1939 The Wizard of Oz A Victor Fleming production
Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture
August 18, 1939 These Glamour Girls
August 29, 1939 Ask a Policeman US distribution only; made in the UK by Gainsborough Pictures
September 1, 1939 The Women
September 8, 1939 Blackmail
September 15, 1939 Thunder Afloat
September 29, 1939 Dancing Co-Ed
October 6, 1939 Fast and Furious
October 13, 1939 Babes in Arms
October 20, 1939 At the Circus
October 27, 1939 Bad Little Angel
November 9, 1939 Ninotchka Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture
Remade as musical in 1957
November 17, 1939 Another Thin Man
November 24, 1939 The Secret of Dr. Kildare
December 1, 1939 Joe and Ethel Turp Call on the President
December 8, 1939 Henry Goes Arizona
December 13, 1939 Nick Carter, Master Detective
December 15, 1939 Balalaika
December 19, 1939 Gone with the Wind Distribution only; produced by Selznick International Pictures
Winner of the Academy Award for Best Picture
December 19, 1939 Remember?
December 22, 1939 Judge Hardy and Son

1940s[edit]

1940[edit]

Title Release Date Notes
The Earl of Chicago January 5, 1940
The Shop Around the Corner January 12, 1940
Congo Maisie January 19, 1940
The Lambeth Walk January 26, 1940 Distribution; presented by CAPAD: A Pinebrook production
I Take This Woman February 2, 1940
Broadway Melody of 1940 February 9, 1940
The Man from Dakota February 16, 1940
Northwest Passage February 23, 1940
Strange Cargo March 1, 1940 A Frank Borzage production
The Ghost Comes Home March 8, 1940
Young Tom Edison March 15, 1940
And One Was Beautiful April 5, 1940
Dr. Kildare's Strange Case April 12, 1940
Two Girls on Broadway April 19, 1940
Forty Little Mothers April 26, 1940
20 Mule Team May 3, 1940
Edison, the Man May 10, 1940
Waterloo Bridge May 17, 1940 A Mervyn LeRoy production
Florian June 5, 1940
Susan and God June 7, 1940
Phantom Raiders June 7, 1940 A Nick Carter adventure
The Mortal Storm June 14, 1940
The Captain Is a Lady June 21, 1940
Andy Hardy Meets Debutante July 5, 1940
Sporting Blood July 12, 1940
New Moon July 19, 1940
We Who Are Young July 19, 1940
Pride and Prejudice July 26, 1940
Gold Rush Maisie July 26, 1940
I Love You Again August 9, 1940
The Golden Fleecing August 16, 1940
Boom Town August 30, 1940
Dr. Kildare Goes Home September 6, 1940
Wyoming September 13, 1940
Haunted Honeymoon September 20, 1940 Made by the MGM-British Studios
Strike Up the Band September 27, 1940
Sky Murder September 27, 1940 A Nick Carter adventure
Dulcy October 4, 1940
Third Finger, Left Hand October 11, 1940
Hullabaloo October 25, 1940
Escape November 1, 1940
Bitter Sweet November 8, 1940
Gallant Sons November 15, 1940
Little Nellie Kelly November 22, 1940
Dr. Kildare's Crisis November 29, 1940
Go West December 6, 1940
Comrade X December 13, 1940 A King Vidor production
The Philadelphia Story December 26, 1940 Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture
Remade as High Society in 1956
Flight Command December 27, 1940 Presented with the cooperation of the United States Navy
Keeping Company December 27, 1940

1941[edit]

Title Release Date Notes
Maisie Was a Lady January 10, 1941
The Wild Man of Borneo January 24, 1941
Come Live with Me January 31, 1941
Blonde Inspiration February 7, 1941
The Trial of Mary Dugan February 14, 1941
Andy Hardy's Private Secretary February 21, 1941
Free and Easy February 28, 1941
Rage in Heaven March 7, 1941
The Penalty March 14, 1941
The Bad Man March 28, 1941
Barnacle Bill April 7, 1941
Men of Boys Town April 11, 1941
Washington Melodrama April 18, 1941
Ziegfeld Girl April 25, 1941
The People vs. Dr. Kildare May 2, 1941
I'll Wait for You May 16, 1941
A Woman's Face May 23, 1941
Love Crazy May 23, 1941
Billy the Kid May 30, 1941
The Get-Away June 13, 1941
The Big Store June 20, 1941
They Met in Bombay June 27, 1941 A Clarence Brown production
The Stars Look Down July 23, 1941 US distribution; a Grafton Film
Blossoms in the Dust July 25, 1941 A Mervyn LeRoy production
Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture
Down in San Diego July 30, 1941
Ringside Maisie August 1, 1941
Whistling in the Dark August 8, 1941
Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde August 12, 1941
Life Begins for Andy Hardy August 15, 1941
Dr. Kildare's Wedding Day August 22, 1941
When Ladies Meet August 29, 1941
Lady Be Good September 1, 1941
The Feminine Touch September 12, 1941
Honky Tonk October 1, 1941
Married Bachelor October 16, 1941
The Chocolate Soldier October 31, 1941
Smilin' Through October 1941
Design for Scandal November 11, 1941
Shadow of the Thin Man November 21, 1941
Two-Faced Woman November 30, 1941
Unholy Partners November 1941 A Mervyn LeRoy production
Tarzan's Secret Treasure December 1, 1941
Johnny Eager December 9, 1941
H. M. Pulham, Esq. December 18, 1941
Kathleen December 18, 1941
Babes on Broadway December 31, 1941

1942[edit]

Title Release Date Notes
Joe Smith, American January 6, 1942
Woman of the Year January 19, 1942 A George Stevens production
Nazi Agent January 21, 1942
The Vanishing Virginian January 23, 1942 A Frank Borzage production
Mr. and Mrs. North January 23, 1942
A Yank on the Burma Road January 29, 1942
The Bugle Sounds January 30, 1942
Dr. Kildare's Victory February 4, 1942
The Courtship of Andy Hardy February 11, 1942
Born to Sing February 18, 1942
This Time for Keeps March 1942
Kid Glove Killer April 17, 1942
Fingers at the Window April 22, 1942
We Were Dancing April 30, 1942
Rio Rita April 1942
Mokey April 1942
Sunday Punch May 8, 1942
Tortilla Flat May 21, 1942
Pacific Rendezvous May 21, 1942
Grand Central Murder May 23, 1942
Tarzan's New York Adventure May 1942
Ship Ahoy May 1942
Mrs. Miniver June 4, 1942 Winner of the Academy Award for Best Picture
The Affairs of Martha June 21, 1942
Apache Trail June 24, 1942
Maisie Gets Her Man June 1942
Jackass Mail July 1, 1942
I Married an Angel July 9, 1942
Calling Dr. Gillespie July 9, 1942
Her Cardboard Lover July 16, 1942
Crossroads July 23, 1942
Pierre of the Plains July 29, 1942
The War Against Mrs. Hadley August 7, 1942
Cairo August 17, 1942
Somewhere I'll Find You August 27, 1942
Tish September 17, 1942
The Omaha Trail September 1942
A Yank at Eton September 1942
Panama Hattie October 1, 1942
Eyes in the Night October 16, 1942
For Me and My Gal October 21, 1942
Dr. Gillespie's New Assistant November 12, 1942
Seven Sweethearts November 13, 1942 A Frank Borzage production
Talk About Jacqueline November 30, 1942 Distribution only; an Excelsior Films production
Released in the US in 1944
Northwest Rangers December 1, 1942
White Cargo December 12, 1942
Journey for Margaret December 17, 1942
Random Harvest December 17, 1942 A Mervyn LeRoy production
Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture
Keeper of the Flame December 21, 1942
Reunion in France December 25, 1942
Whistling in Dixie December 31, 1942
Stand by for Action December 31, 1942

1943[edit]

Title Release Date Notes
Tennessee Johnson January 12, 1943
Andy Hardy's Double Life February 11, 1943
The Youngest Profession February 26, 1943
The Human Comedy March 2, 1943 Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture
Assignment in Brittany March 11, 1943
Harrigan's Kid March 17, 1943
Slightly Dangerous April 1, 1943
Air Raid Wardens April 4, 1943
Cabin in the Sky April 9, 1943
Presenting Lily Mars April 29, 1943
A Stranger in Town April 1943 Never copyrighted
DuBarry Was a Lady May 5, 1943
Dr. Gillespie's Criminal Case May 8, 1943
Three Hearts for Julia May 21, 1943
Bataan June 3, 1943
Hitler's Madman June 10, 1943
Pilot No. 5 June 24, 1943
Young Ideas August 2, 1943
The Man from Down Under August 4, 1943
Above Suspicion August 5, 1943
Salute to the Marines August 30, 1943
Thousands Cheer September 13, 1943
The Adventures of Tartu September 24, 1943 Made by the Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer British Studios
I Dood It September 1943
Swing Shift Maisie October 1, 1943
Lassie Come Home October 7, 1943
Best Foot Forward October 8, 1943
Swing Fever November 1, 1943
The Cross of Lorraine November 12, 1943
Cry 'Havoc' November 23, 1943
Girl Crazy November 26, 1943
Madame Curie December 16, 1943 Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture
Lost Angel December 23, 1943
A Guy Named Joe December 24, 1943
Whistling in Brooklyn December 1943

1944[edit]

Title Release Date Notes
Broadway Rhythm January 19, 1944
Song of Russia February 10, 1944
See Here, Private Hargrove March 18, 1944
The Heavenly Body March 23, 1944
Rationing March 24, 1944
Tunisian Victory April 1, 1944 US distribution only; produced by British and American service film units
Gaslight May 4, 1944 Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture
Andy Hardy's Blonde Trouble May 4, 1944
The White Cliffs of Dover May 11, 1944 A Clarence Brown production
3 Men in White May 25, 1944
Meet the People June 1, 1944
Two Girls and a Sailor June 14, 1944
Bathing Beauty June 27, 1944
Dragon Seed July 20, 1944
The Seventh Cross July 24, 1944
The Canterville Ghost July 28, 1944
Kismet August 22, 1944
Marriage Is a Private Affair August 23, 1944
Maria Candelaria September 11, 1944 Distribution of the 1948 dubbed US re-release only
Barbary Coast Gent September 28, 1944
Maisie Goes to Reno September 28, 1944
An American Romance October 11, 1944
Mrs. Parkington October 12, 1944
Lost in a Harem November 8, 1944
Thirty Seconds Over Tokyo November 15, 1944 A Mervyn LeRoy production
Meet Me in St. Louis November 28, 1944
Blonde Fever December 5, 1944
Nothing But Trouble December 6, 1944
National Velvet December 14, 1944 A Clarence Brown production
Music for Millions December 18, 1944 A Henry Koster production

1945[edit]

Title Release Date Notes
This Man's Navy January 4, 1945
Main Street After Dark January 12, 1945
The Thin Man Goes Home January 25, 1945
The Picture of Dorian Gray March 3, 1945
Keep Your Powder Dry March 8, 1945
Without Love March 22, 1945
Between Two Women March 28, 1945
Son of Lassie April 20, 1945
The Valley of Decision May 3, 1945
Gentle Annie May 4, 1945
Thrill of a Romance May 23, 1945
The Clock May 25, 1945
Twice Blessed May 31, 1945
Dangerous Partners June 7, 1945
Bewitched July 4, 1945
Anchors Aweigh July 14, 1945 Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture
Ziegfeld Follies August 13, 1945
Abbott and Costello in Hollywood August 22, 1945
The Hidden Eye August 31, 1945
Our Vines Have Tender Grapes September 6, 1945
Her Highness and the Bellboy September 11, 1945
Week-End at the Waldorf October 4, 1945 A Robert Z. Leonard production
Perfect Strangers November 1, 1945 Co-production with London Film Productions
She Went to the Races November 4, 1945
Yolanda and the Thief November 20, 1945
What Next, Corporal Hargrove? November 21, 1945
The Last Chance November 27, 1945 Presented by MGM International Films Corporation – A Praesens-Film production
They Were Expendable December 20, 1945 A John Ford production
It Happened at the Inn December 21, 1945 US distribution only; produced in France by Les Films Minerva
The Sailor Takes a Wife December 28, 1945
Adventure December 28, 1945

1946[edit]

Title Release Date Notes
The Great Morgan 1946 A complication film; released overseas only
The Harvey Girls January 18, 1946
A Letter for Evie January 28, 1946
Up Goes Maisie February 1, 1946
The Hoodlum Saint April 4, 1946
The Postman Always Rings Twice May 2, 1946
Bad Bascomb May 22, 1946
Two Smart People June 4, 1946
Two Sisters from Boston June 6, 1946 A Henry Koster production
Little Mister Jim June 10, 1946
Stormy Waters June 15, 1946 US distribution only; produced in France by SEDIF
The Green Years July 4, 1946
Easy to Wed July 25, 1946
Boys' Ranch July 18, 1946
Piccadilly Incident August 4, 1946 US distribution only; produced in the UK by Herbert Wilcox Productions
Holiday in Mexico August 15, 1946
Faithful in My Fashion August 22, 1946
Three Wise Fools September 26, 1946
No Leave, No Love October 3, 1946
The Cockeyed Miracle October 24, 1946
Courage of Lassie November 8, 1946
Undercurrent November 28, 1946
Till the Clouds Roll By* December 5, 1946
Gallant Bess December 5, 1946
The Yearling December 18, 1946 Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture
The Secret Heart December 25, 1946
Love Laughs at Andy Hardy December 25, 1946
The Show-Off December 1946

1947[edit]

Title Release Date Notes
The Mighty McGurk January 2, 1947
Lady in the Lake January 23, 1947
My Brother Talks to Horses February 4, 1947
The Arnelo Affair February 13, 1947
The Beginning or the End February 19, 1947
Undercover Maisie March 1, 1947
High Barbaree March 11, 1947
It Happened in Brooklyn April 7, 1947
The Sea of Grass April 25, 1947
Living in a Big Way June 10, 1947
Fiesta June 12, 1947
Dark Delusion June 25, 1947
The Romance of Rosy Ridge August 4, 1947
The Hucksters August 27, 1947
Song of the Thin Man August 28, 1947
Cynthia August 29, 1947
The Unfinished Dance September 19, 1947
Song of Love October 9, 1947
Merton of the Movies October 11, 1947
This Time for Keeps October 17, 1947
Killer McCoy October 24, 1947
Desire Me October 31, 1947
Green Dolphin Street November 5, 1947
Cass Timberlane November 6, 1947
High Wall December 17, 1947
Good News December 26, 1947
If Winter Comes December 31, 1947

1948[edit]

Title Release Date Notes
Alias a Gentleman February 3, 1948
Tenth Avenue Angel February 20, 1948
The Bride Goes Wild March 3, 1948
Three Daring Daughters March 5, 1948
Big City March 25, 1948
The Search March 26, 1948 Produced by Praesens-Film, Zurich for Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer
Portions of the film were produced in the U. S occupied Zone of Germany through the permission of the U. S. Army and the cooperation of I. R. O.
B.F.'s Daughter April 2, 1948
Summer Holiday April 16, 1948
Homecoming April 29, 1948
State of the Union April 30, 1948 Distribution only; produced by Liberty Films[N 1]
On an Island with You May 3, 1948
The Pirate June 11, 1948
Easter Parade July 8, 1948
A Date with Judy July 29, 1948
A Southern Yankee August 5, 1948
Julia Misbehaves August 8, 1948
Luxury Liner September 9, 1948
The Three Musketeers October 20, 1948
The Secret Land October 22, 1948
No Minor Vices November 12, 1948 Distribution only; produced by Enterprise Productions and Niagara Enterprises
The Kissing Bandit November 18, 1948
Hills of Home November 25, 1948
3 Godfathers December 1, 1948 Made by Argosy Pictures Corporation
Act of Violence December 21, 1948
Command Decision December 25, 1948
Force of Evil December 25, 1948 Distribution only; produced by Roberts Production
An M-G-M and Enterprise Studios presentation
Words and Music December 31, 1948

1949[edit]

Title Release Date Notes
The Bribe February 3, 1949
Caught February 17, 1949 Distribution only; produced by Enterprise Productions
Tale of the Navajos March 3, 1949 Feature-length documentary
Little Women March 10, 1949
Big Jack April 12, 1949
Take Me Out to the Ball Game April 13, 1949
The Secret Garden April 30, 1949
The Barkleys of Broadway May 4, 1949
The Sun Comes Up May 12, 1949
The Stratton Story May 12, 1949
Edward, My Son June 2, 1949
Neptune's Daughter June 9, 1949
The Great Sinner June 29, 1949
Any Number Can Play July 15, 1949
Scene of the Crime July 28, 1949
In the Good Old Summertime July 29, 1949
Madame Bovary August 25, 1949
That Midnight Kiss September 22, 1949
The Doctor and the Girl September 29, 1949
The Red Danube October 14, 1949
Border Incident October 28, 1949
Challenge to Lassie October 31, 1949
That Forsyte Woman November 3, 1949
Battleground November 9, 1949 Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture
Adam's Rib November 18, 1949
Intruder in the Dust November 22, 1949
Tension November 23, 1949
East Side, West Side December 22, 1949
Malaya December 27, 1949
On the Town December 30, 1949

1950s[edit]

1950[edit]

Title Release Date Notes
Ambush January 13, 1950
Key to the City February 2, 1950
The Outriders March 1, 1950
Nancy Goes to Rio March 10, 1950
Black Hand March 12, 1950
Conspirator March 24, 1950
The Yellow Cab Man April 7, 1950
The Reformer and the Redhead May 5, 1950
Stars In My Crown May 11, 1950
Please Believe Me May 12, 1950
Annie Get Your Gun May 17, 1950
Shadow on the Wall May 19, 1950
The Asphalt Jungle May 23, 1950
Side Street May 23, 1950
The Big Hangover May 26, 1950
Father of the Bride June 16, 1950 Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture
The Skipper Surprised His Wife June 29, 1950
The Next Voice You Hear... June 29, 1950
Crisis July 7, 1950
The Happy Years July 7, 1950
Three Little Words July 12, 1950
Duchess of Idaho July 14, 1950
Mystery Street July 28, 1950
A Lady Without Passport August 3, 1950
The Toast of New Orleans August 24, 1950
Summer Stock August 31, 1950
A Life of Her Own September 1, 1950
Devil's Doorway September 15, 1950
Right Cross October 6, 1950
To Please a Lady October 13, 1950
The Miniver Story October 26, 1950
Dial 1119 November 3, 1950
Two Weeks with Love November 10, 1950
King Solomon's Mines November 24, 1950 Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
Kim December 7, 1950
Mrs. O'Malley and Mr. Malone December 8, 1950
Watch the Birdie December 11, 1950
Pagan Love Song December 29, 1950

1951[edit]

Title Release Date Notes
The Magnificent Yankee January 18, 1951
Grounds for Marriage January 19, 1951
Vengeance Valley* February 4, 1951
Three Guys Named Mike March 1, 1951
Mr. Imperium March 2, 1951
The Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Story March 12, 1951 A compilation film
Inside Straight March 15, 1951
The Red Badge of Courage March 16, 1951
Royal Wedding* March 23, 1951
Soldiers Three March 29, 1951
Cause for Alarm!* March 30, 1951
Teresa April 5, 1951
The Great Caruso April 16, 1951
Father's Little Dividend* April 27, 1951 sequel to Father of the Bride
The Painted Hills* May 4, 1951
Home Town Story May 18, 1951
Go for Broke! May 24, 1951
Night Into Morning June 8, 1951
No Questions Asked June 15, 1951
Kind Lady June 20, 1951
Excuse My Dust June 29, 1951
Strictly Dishonorable July 3, 1951
Rich, Young and Pretty July 9, 1951
The Law and the Lady July 20, 1951
The Tall Target August 17, 1951
The Strip August 1951
The People Against O'Hara September 1, 1951
Show Boat September 24, 1951
Texas Carnival October 5, 1951
Bannerline October 12, 1951
Pandora and the Flying Dutchman October 15, 1951 US distribution only; produced by Dorkay Productions
Angels in the Outfield October 19, 1951
Across the Wide Missouri October 23, 1951
An American in Paris November 11, 1951 Winner of the Academy Award for Best Picture
Winner of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy
Callaway Went Thataway November 15, 1951
The Unknown Man November 16, 1951
It's a Big Country November 20, 1951
Too Young to Kiss November 22, 1951
The Man with a Cloak November 27, 1951
Calling Bulldog Drummond December 14, 1951
Quo Vadis December 25, 1951 Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture
Westward the Women December 31, 1951

1952[edit]

Title Release Date Notes
The Light Touch January 16, 1952
Invitation January 29, 1952
Lone Star February 8, 1952
The Belle of New York February 22, 1952
Love Is Better Than Ever February 23, 1952
Just This Once February 27, 1952
The Wild North March 22, 1952
Singin' in the Rain April 11, 1952 Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy
Talk About a Stranger April 18, 1952
Carbine Williams April 24, 1952
Young Man with Ideas May 2, 1952
When in Rome May 11, 1952
The Girl in White May 23, 1952
Skirts Ahoy! May 28, 1952
Lovely to Look At May 29, 1952
The Sellout May 30, 1952
Glory Alley June 6, 1952
Pat and Mike June 13, 1952
Scaramouche June 27, 1952
Washington Story July 18, 1952
You for Me July 18, 1952
Shadow in the Sky July 18, 1952
Holiday for Sinners July 25, 1952
Ivanhoe July 31, 1952 Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture
Fearless Fagan August 15, 1952
The Merry Widow September 5, 1952
My Man and I September 5, 1952
The Devil Makes Three September 19, 1952
Because You're Mine September 25, 1952
Apache War Smoke September 25, 1952
Everything I Have Is Yours October 31, 1952
The Prisoner of Zenda November 14, 1952
Desperate Search November 19, 1952
The Hour of 13 November 21, 1952
Plymouth Adventure November 28, 1952
Million Dollar Mermaid December 4, 1952
The Hoaxters December 5, 1952 Documentary feature
Sky Full of Moon December 12, 1952
The Bad and the Beautiful December 25, 1952

1953[edit]

Title Release Date Notes
Above and Beyond January 2, 1953
The Clown January 16, 1953
The Naked Spur February 6, 1953
Rogue's March February 13, 1953
Battle Circus March 6, 1953
Confidentially Connie March 13, 1953
I Love Melvin March 20, 1953
The Story of Three Loves March 26, 1953
The Girl Who Had Everything March 27, 1953
Jeopardy March 30, 1953
Small Town Girl April 10, 1953
Bright Road April 17, 1953
Sombrero April 22, 1953
Code Two April 24, 1953
Never Let Me Go May 1, 1953
Cry of the Hunted May 8, 1953
Remains to Be Seen May 15, 1953
Scandal at Scourie May 17, 1953
Fast Company May 22, 1953
Young Bess May 29, 1953
Julius Caesar June 4, 1953 Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture
A Slight Case of Larceny June 5, 1953
Dream Wife June 19, 1953
Arena June 24, 1953 M-G-M's first 3d film
Dangerous When Wet July 3, 1953
Lili July 10, 1953
Terror on a Train July 14, 1953
Ride, Vaquero! July 17, 1953
The Band Wagon August 7, 1953
The Affairs of Dobie Gillis August 14, 1953
Big Leaguer August 19, 1953
Latin Lovers August 28, 1953
Half a Hero September 4, 1953
The Actress September 25, 1953
Torch Song October 1, 1953
Mogambo October 9, 1953
Main Street to Broadway October 13, 1953 Distribution only; produced by Cinema Productions
Take the High Ground! October 30, 1953
All the Brothers Were Valiant November 13, 1953
Kiss Me Kate November 26, 1953 M-G-M's second 3d film
Give a Girl a Break December 3, 1953
Escape from Fort Bravo December 4, 1953
Easy to Love December 25, 1953
Saadia December 30, 1953

1954[edit]

Title Release Date Notes
Knights of the Round Table January 15, 1954
The Great Diamond Robbery January 29, 1954
The Long, Long Trailer February 18, 1954
Tennessee Champ March 5, 1954
Rose Marie April 1, 1954
Gypsy Colt April 2, 1954
Rhapsody April 16, 1954
Prisoner of War May 4, 1954
Flame and the Flesh May 5, 1954
Executive Suite May 6, 1954
Men of the Fighting Lady May 7, 1954
The Student Prince June 15, 1954
Seven Brides for Seven Brothers July 22, 1954 Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture
Valley of the Kings July 23, 1954
Her Twelve Men August 11, 1954
Betrayed September 7, 1954
Brigadoon September 8, 1954
Rogue Cop September 17, 1954
Beau Brummell October 6, 1954
Athena November 4, 1954
The Last Time I Saw Paris* November 18, 1954
Crest of the Wave/Seagulls Over Sorrento December 6, 1954
Deep in My Heart December 24, 1954
Green Fire December 29, 1954

1955[edit]

Title Release Date Notes
Bad Day at Black Rock January 7, 1955
Many Rivers to Cross February 4, 1955
Jupiter's Darling February 18, 1955
Hit the Deck March 4, 1955
The Glass Slipper March 24, 1955
Blackboard Jungle March 25, 1955
Bedevilled April 28, 1955
Interrupted Melody May 5, 1955
The Prodigal May 6, 1955
The Marauders May 20, 1955
The Cobweb June 7, 1955
Love Me or Leave Me June 10, 1955
Moonfleet June 24, 1955
Svengali June 24, 1955 US distribution only; produced in the UK by Alderdale Films
The Scarlet Coat July 29, 1955
The King's Thief August 5, 1955
It's Always Fair Weather September 2, 1955
Trial October 7, 1955
Kismet October 8, 1955
Guys and Dolls November 3, 1955 Distribution only, produced by Samuel Goldwyn Productions
The Tender Trap November 4, 1955
The Adventures of Quentin Durward November 23, 1955
It's a Dog's Life December 23, 1955
I'll Cry Tomorrow December 25, 1955

1956[edit]

Title Release Date Notes
Diane January 12, 1956
Ransom! January 24, 1956
Forever, Darling February 9, 1956 Co-production with Zanra Productions
Meet Me in Las Vegas March 9, 1956
Forbidden Planet March 15, 1956
Tribute to a Bad Man March 30, 1956
The Swan April 26, 1956
The Last Hunt April 30, 1956
Bhowani Junction May 1, 1956
Gaby May 9, 1956
Invitation to the Dance May 15, 1956
The Wedding in Monaco May 17, 1956 A Citel Monaco production made by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (feature documentary)
Produced with the cooperation of Compagnie Francaise de Films
The Catered Affair June 14, 1956
Somebody Up There Likes Me July 5, 1956
The Fastest Gun Alive July 12, 1956
High Society July 17, 1956 Co-production with Sol C. Siegel Productions and Bing Crosby Productions
Musical remake of The Philadelphia Story
These Wilder Years August 17, 1956
Lust for Life September 17, 1956 Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Drama
The Power and the Prize September 26, 1956
Tea and Sympathy September 27, 1956
Julie October 17, 1956 Co-production with Arwin Productions
The Opposite Sex October 26, 1956 Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy
The Rack November 2, 1956
Friendly Persuasion November 25, 1956 Nominated for the Academy Award for Best Picture
Foreign distribution only;[3] US distribution by Allied Artists
The Great American Pastime November 28, 1956
The Teahouse of the August Moon November 29, 1956 Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy

1957[edit]

Title Release Date Notes
The Iron Petticoat January 7, 1957 Distribution only; produced by Hope Records and Benhar Productions
Presented by Harry Saltzman in association with Remus Films
The Barretts of Wimpole Street January 16, 1957
Slander January 18, 1957
Edge of the City January 29, 1957
The Wings of Eagles February 22, 1957
Hot Summer Night February 1957
Ten Thousand Bedrooms April 3, 1957
Lizzie April 4, 1957 Co-production with Bryna Productions
Tarzan and the Lost Safari April 12, 1957 Distribution only; produced by Sol Lesser Productions
The Living Idol May 2, 1957
The Little Hut May 3, 1957 Distribution only; produced by Herbson, S.A. of Switzerland
The Vintage May 8, 1957
Something of Value May 10, 1957
This Could Be the Night May 14, 1957
Designing Woman May 16, 1957
The Happy Road June 20, 1957 Distribution only; produced by Kerry Productions
The Seventh Sin June 28, 1957
Decision Against Time July 12, 1957 Distribution only; produced by Ealing Films
Silk Stockings July 18, 1957 Co-production with Arthur Freed Productions
Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy
Musical remake of Ninotchka
Gun Glory July 19, 1957
Man on Fire August 22, 1957 Co-production with Sol C. Siegel Productions and Bing Crosby Productions
Action of the Tiger August 30, 1957 Distribution only; produced by Claridge Film Productions and Van Johnson Enterprises
Tip on a Dead Jockey September 6, 1957
House of Numbers September 12, 1957
The Hired Gun September 20, 1957 Co-production with Calhoun-Orsatti Enterprises (A Rorvic presentation)
Les Girls October 3, 1957 Co-production with Sol C. Siegel Productions
Winner of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy
Until They Sail October 8, 1957
The Invisible Boy October 25, 1957 Co-production with Pan Productions
Jailhouse Rock November 8, 1957 Co-production with Avon Productions
Don't Go Near the Water November 14, 1957 Co-production with Avon Productions
Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy
Raintree County December 20, 1957
All at Sea December 21, 1957 Distribution only; produced by Ealing Films

1958[edit]

Title Release Date Notes
Seven Hills of Rome January 30, 1958 Co-production with St. Cloud Productions and Gregor Productions
Underwater Warrior February 14, 1958 Co-production with Ivan Tors Pictures and Hunterhaven; made by Underwater Productions
The Brothers Karamazov February 20, 1958 Co-production with Avon Productions
I Accuse! March 5, 1958
Saddle the Wind March 20, 1958
Merry Andrew April 4, 1958 Co-production with Sol C. Siegel Productions and Danny Kaye
Handle with Care April 18, 1958
Cry Terror! May 2, 1958 Co-production with Andrew L. Stone, Inc.
The Sheepman May 7, 1958
Gigi May 15, 1958 Co-production with Arthur Freed Productions
Winner of the Academy Award for Best Picture
Winner of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Musical
The High Cost of Loving May 16, 1958
The Law and Jake Wade June 6, 1958
High School Confidential June 13, 1958 Co-production with Albert Zugsmith Productions
The Haunted Strangler July 3, 1958 Distribution only; made in the UK by Amalgamated Productions
Fiend Without a Face July 3, 1958 Distribution only; made in the UK by Amalgamated Productions
The Reluctant Debutante August 14, 1958 Co-production with Avon Productions
Tarzan's Fight for Life August 15, 1958 Distribution only; produced by Sol Lesser Productions
Imitation General August 20, 1958
The Badlanders September 3, 1958 Co-production with Arcola Pictures Corporation
Dunkirk September 10, 1958 Distribution only; produced by Ealing Films
Cat on a Hot Tin Roof September 20, 1958 Co-production with Avon Productions
Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture
Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Drama
The Safecracker October 1, 1958 Distribution only; produced in the UK by Coronado Productions
The Decks Ran Red October 10, 1958 Co-production with Andrew L. Stone, Inc.
Torpedo Run October 24, 1958
Party Girl October 28, 1958 Co-production with Euterpe
The Tunnel of Love November 21, 1958 Distribution only; produced by Fields Productions and Arwin Productions
The Doctor's Dilemma December 17, 1958 Distribution only; produced by Comet Film Productions
Some Came Running December 18, 1958 Co-production with Sol C. Siegel Productions
tom thumb December 22, 1958 Distribution only; produced by Galaxy Pictures
Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Musical
Andy Hardy Comes Home December 22, 1958 Co-production with Fryman Enterprises

1959[edit]

Title Release Date Notes
Frontier Rangers 1959 Composed of episodes of the TV series Northwest Passage; only released theatrically overseas
The Journey February 19, 1959 Co-production with Alby Productions
First Man Into Space February 27, 1959 Distribution only; made by Amalgamated Productions
Night of the Quarter Moon March 4, 1959 Co-production with Albert Zugsmith Productions
Nowhere to Go March 11, 1959 Distribution only; produced in the UK by Ealing Films
Green Mansions March 19, 1959
Count Your Blessings April 23, 1959
The Mating Game April 29, 1959
The Mysterians May 15, 1959 US distribution only; made in Japan by Toho and copyrighted in the US by RKO Teleradio Pictures
The World, the Flesh, and the Devil May 20, 1959 Co-production with Sol C. Siegel Productions and Harbel Productions
Ask Any Girl May 21, 1959 Co-production with Euterpe
Watusi July 1, 1959
The Beat Generation July 3, 1959 Co-production with Albert Zugsmith Productions
North by Northwest July 17, 1959
The Angry Hills July 29, 1959 Distribution only; produced by Raymond Productions
The Scapegoat August 6, 1959 Distribution only; produced in the UK by Du Maurier-Guinness, Ltd.
For the First Time August 26, 1959 Co-production with Corona Filmproduktion
Associate producer Orion Picture Corporation
The Big Operator August 1959 Co-production with Albert Zugsmith Productions and Fryman Enterprises
It Started with a Kiss September 4, 1959 Co-production with Arcola Pictures Corporation
Girls Town October 5, 1959 Co-production with Albert Zugsmith Productions
Libel October 23, 1959
The House of the Seven Hawks October 29, 1959 Distribution only; produced in the UK by Coronado Productions
Tarzan, the Ape Man October 1959
The Wreck of the Mary Deare November 6, 1959 Co-production with Julian Blaustein Productions and Baroda Productions
Ben-Hur November 18, 1959 Winner of the Academy Award for Best Picture
Winner of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Drama
Remake of the 1925 film
Never So Few December 7, 1959 Co-production with Canterbury Productions
The Gazebo December 18, 1959 Co-production with Avon Productions

1960s[edit]

1960[edit]

Title Release Date Notes
The Last Voyage February 19, 1960 Co-production with Andrew L. Stone, Inc.
Home from the Hill March 3, 1960 Co-production with Sol C. Siegel Productions
Please Don't Eat the Daisies March 31, 1960 Co-production with Euterpe
Platinum High School May 13, 1960 Co-production with Albert Zugsmith Productions and Fryman Enterprises
The Giant of Marathon May 25, 1960
The Subterraneans June 23, 1960 Co-production with Arthur Freed Productions
Bells Are Ringing June 23, 1960 Co-production with Arthur Freed Procutions
Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Musical
The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn August 3, 1960 Co-production with Formosa Productions
The Time Machine August 17, 1960 Co-production with Galaxy Films
The Day They Robbed the Bank of England September 4, 1960 Distribution only; produced by Summit Film Productions, Ltd.
All the Fine Young Cannibals September 22, 1960 Co-production with Avon Productions
The Angel Wore Red September 28, 1960
Key Witness October 6, 1960 Co-production with Avon Productions
BUtterfield 8 November 4, 1960 Co-production with Afton-Linebrook Productions
Where the Hot Wind Blows! November 11, 1960 US distribution only; made in France by Cité Films
Cimarron December 5, 1960
Village of the Damned December 7, 1960
Where the Boys Are December 28, 1960 Co-production with Euterpe

1961[edit]

Title Release Date Notes
The Murder Men 1961 Made for TV; probably never released in theatres
Don Quixote January 20, 1961 US distribution only; produced in the Soviet Union by Lenfilm
Go Naked in the World March 10, 1961 Co-production with Arcola Pictures Corporation
The Secret Partner March 15, 1961
Gorgo[N 2] March 29, 1961 US distribution only; produced by King Brothers Productions
The Green Helmet April 20, 1961 Made by the MGM-British Studios
Atlantis, the Lost Continent May 3, 1961 Co-production with Galaxy Productions
Ring of Fire June 14, 1961 Co-production with Andrew L. Stone, Inc.
Two Loves June 21, 1961 Co-production with Julian Blaustein Productions
Magic Boy June 22, 1961 A Toei Motion Picture Company production
The Secret of Monte Cristo June 22, 1961 US distribution only; produced by Mid Century Film Productions
Morgan, the Pirate July 6, 1961 US distribution only; produced by Lux Film and Adelphia Cinematografica
The Thief of Baghdad August 10, 1961 US distribution only; produced by Titanus
The Honeymoon Machine August 16, 1961 Co-production with Avon Productions
Ada August 25, 1961 Co-production with Avon Productions and Chalmar, Inc.
A Thunder of Drums September 26, 1961 Co-production with Robert J. Enders
Bridge to the Sun October 17, 1961 A Cité Films production
King of Kings October 30, 1961 Co-production with Samuel Bronston Productions
Bachelor in Paradise November 1, 1961 Co-production with Ted Richmond Productions
Invasion Quartet December 10, 1961
The Wonders of Aladdin December 13, 1961 Distribution only; produced by Embassy International Pictures Corporation
The Colossus of Rhodes December 14, 1961 A Procusa and Cineproduzioni Associates production

1962[edit]

Title Release Date Notes
Private Potter 1962 Made by the Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer British Studios; not released in the US
Murder, She Said January 7, 1962 Made by the Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer British Studios
The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse February 7, 1962 Co-production with Julian Blaustein Productions
The Light in the Piazza February 9, 1962 Co-production with Arthur Freed Productions
Sweet Bird of Youth March 21, 1962 Co-production with Roxbury Productions
The World in My Pocket March 1962 US distribution; a Corona Film production in association with Criterion C. C. C. Film
All Fall Down April 11, 1962 Co-production with John Houseman Productions
The Horizontal Lieutenant April 18, 1962 Co-production with Euterpe
Lolita June 12, 1962 Distribution only; produced by A. A. Productions, Ltd.
Presented by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer with Seven Arts Productions. An Anya Production S.A., Transworld Pictures S.A. production
Ride the High Country June 20, 1962
The Tartars June 20, 1962 US distribution; A Lux Film production
Boys' Night Out June 21, 1962 Co-production with Kimco Pictures Corporation
Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Comedy
The Counterfeiters of Paris July 17, 1962 US distribution only; made in France by Cité Films
A Matter of WHO July 24, 1962 A Herts-Lion distribution
Tarzan Goes to India July 1962 Distribution only; an Allfin production
The Wonderful World of the Brothers Grimm August 7, 1962 Co-production with Cinerama and Gallen Films
Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Musical
Two Weeks in Another Town August 17, 1962 Co-production with John Houseman Productions
Damon and Pythias September 5, 1962
I Thank a Fool September 14, 1962 Co-production with Eaton Productions
A Very Private Affair September 28, 1962 US distribution; a Christine Gouze-Rénal production
The Savage Guns October 1, 1962 Distribution only; produced by Capricorn Productions in association with TECISA, an American-Spanish co-production
Escape from East Berlin October 31, 1962 A Walter Wood production
Period of Adjustment October 31, 1962 Co-production with Marten Productions
Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Comedy
Mutiny on the Bounty November 8, 1962 Co-production with Arcola Pictures Corporation
Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture
Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Drama
Kill or Cure November 12, 1962 Made by the MGM-British Studios
The Dock Brief/Trial and Error November 16, 1962 Distribution only; produced by Anatole de Grunwald, Ltd.
The Main Attraction November 1962 Distribution only; produced by Seven Arts Productions
Swordsman of Siena December 5, 1962 US distribution; a CIPRA production
Billy Rose's Jumbo December 6, 1962 Co-production with Euterpe
Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Musical
Arturo's Island December 21, 1962 US distribution; made by Compagnia Cinematografica Champion
The Password Is Courage December 21, 1962 Co-production with Andrew L. Stone, Inc.

1963[edit]

Title Release Date Notes
A Monkey in Winter January 30, 1963
The Hook February 15, 1963 Co-production with Perlberg-Seaton Productions
How the West Was Won February 20, 1963 Co-production with Cinerama
Follow the Boys February 27, 1963
The Four Days of Naples March 19, 1963 A Titanus-Metro production
The Courtship of Eddie's Father March 27, 1963 Co-production with Euterpe and Venice Productions
Come Fly with Me March 27, 1963
Seven Seas to Calais March 1963
It Happened at the World's Fair April 3, 1963 Co-production with Ted Richmond Productions
Black Fox: The Rise and Fall of Adolf Hitler April 29, 1963
Drums of Africa May 15, 1963 Co-production with Zimbalist-Krasne Productions
The Slave May 29, 1963
In the Cool of the Day May 29, 1963 Co-production with John Houseman Productions
Dime with a Halo May 1963
Corridors of Blood June 5, 1963 US distribution; made in the UK by Amalgamated Productions
Lycanthropus June 5, 1963
Captain Sinbad June 19, 1963 Distribution only; produced by King Brothers Productions
Murder at the Gallop June 24, 1963
Tarzan's Three Challenges June 1963
Cattle King July 31, 1963 Co-production with Missouri Productions
Flipper August 14, 1963 Co-production with Ivan Tors Films
Hootenanny Hoot August 18, 1963 Co-production with Four Leaf Productions
A Ticklish Affair August 18, 1963 Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy
Cairo August 21, 1963
The Young and The Brave August 1963
The Haunting September 18, 1963 Co-production with Argyle Enterprises
The V.I.P.s September 19, 1963
Any Number Can Win October 8, 1963
Twilight of Honor October 16, 1963
Family Diary November 11, 1963 A Titanus production
Sunday in New York November 13, 1963
The Wheeler Dealers November 14, 1963
Square of Violence December 8, 1963
The Prize December 25, 1963

1964[edit]

Title Release Date Notes
Duke of the Derby 1964 US distribution; a Franco-Italian CIPRA-CCM production
Children of the Damned January 29, 1964 Made by the MGM-British Studios
A Global Affair January 30, 1964 A Seven Arts production
The Day and the Hour February 19, 1964 A Franco-Italian CIPRA-CCM production
Two Are Guilty February 28, 1964 US distribution; a Franco-Italian Gaumont, Trianon Productions and Ultra Films production
Kissin' Cousins March 6, 1964 Co-production with Four Leaf Productions
Mail Order Bride March 11, 1964
7 Faces of Dr. Lao March 18, 1964
Night Must Fall March 18, 1964
Gunfighters of Casa Grande April 1, 1964 A Gregor production, in association with Tecisa
Tamahime May 3, 1964
Gladiators 7 May 7, 1964 US distribution
Viva Las Vegas May 20, 1964
Rhino! May 20, 1964
The Golden Arrow May 1964 US distribution; a Titanus production
Honeymoon Hotel June 3, 1964 Co-production with Pandro S. Berman Productions
Advance to the Rear June 10, 1964 Co-production with Ted Richmond Productions
The Unsinkable Molly Brown June 11, 1964 Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy
Flipper's New Adventure June 24, 1964 Co-production with Ivan Tors Films
Gold for the Caesars June 1964 US distribution
Looking for Love August 5, 1964
The Night of the Iguana August 6, 1964 Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Drama
The Big Parade of Comedy September 3, 1964
Murder Ahoy! September 22, 1964
Of Human Bondage September 23, 1964
Murder Most Foul September 1964
Quick, Before It Melts October 5, 1964
The Outrage October 8, 1964
The Americanization of Emily October 27, 1964 A Filmways picture
Your Cheatin' Heart November 4, 1964
The Young Lovers November 12, 1964
Joy House November 1964 US distribution
The Golden Head December 10, 1964 Produced by the Hunnia Filmstúdió; unreleased in the US
Get Yourself a College Girl December 18, 1964 Co-production with Four Leaf Productions

1965[edit]

Title Release Date Notes
Wild, Wild Planet 1965
Guns of Diablo January 29, 1965 Expanded version of the last episode of The Travels of Jaimie McPheeters; not released theatrically in the US
36 Hours February 19, 1965
The Rounders March 5, 1965
Vice and Virtue March 17, 1965
Young Cassidy March 22, 1965
Operation Crossbow April 1, 1965
Girl Happy April 14, 1965 Co-production with Euterpe
Hysteria April 1965 Distribution only; produced by Hammer Film Productions
Joy in the Morning May 5, 1965
Hercules, Samson and Ulysses May 13, 1965 US distribution
The Yellow Rolls-Royce May 13, 1965
Signpost to Murder May 19, 1965
Sandokan the Great May 1965
She June 9, 1965
The Sandpiper June 23, 1965
Zebra in the Kitchen June 1965
Clarence, the Cross-Eyed Lion August 4, 1965 Co-production with Ivan Tors Enterprises
Meurtre en 45 tours August 18, 1965
Once a Thief September 8, 1965
The Hill October 3, 1965 Distribution only; made by Seven Arts Productions
When the Boys Meet the Girls October 10, 1965
The Loved One October 11, 1965
The Cincinnati Kid October 15, 1965 A Filmways-Solar picture
The Secret of My Success November 3, 1965
Laurel and Hardy's Laughing 20's November 17, 1965
Harum Scarum November 24, 1965 Co-production with Four Leaf Productions
A Patch of Blue December 10, 1965 Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Drama
Doctor Zhivago December 31, 1965 Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture
Winner of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Drama

1966[edit]

Title Release Date Notes
7 Women January 5, 1966
To Trap a Spy January 19, 1966
Where the Spies Are January 26, 1966
The Money Trap February 2, 1966
Made in Paris February 9, 1966
The Spy with My Face March 9, 1966
The Singing Nun April 2, 1966
The Secret Seven April 1966
The Alphabet Murders May 17, 1966 Made by the MGM-British Studios
Lady L May 18, 1966
Son of a Gunfighter May 1966
The Glass Bottom Boat June 9, 1966 An Arwin-Reame picture
Maya June 22, 1966
Hold On! June 22, 1966 Co-production with Four Leaf Productions
Around the World Under the Sea June 22, 1966 Co-production with Ivan Tors Enterprises
Tiko and the Shark June 1966
Mister Buddwing October 11, 1966
Hotel Paradiso October 14, 1966
The Liquidator October 28, 1966
Penelope November 10, 1966
Spinout November 23, 1966
One Spy Too Many December 7, 1966
Marco the Magnificent December 14, 1966
Blowup December 18, 1966 Distributed by Premier Productions, an MGM shell company
Grand Prix December 21, 1966 Co-production with Joel Productions; presented by Joel Productions and Cherokee Productions
One of Our Spies Is Missing December 1966

1967[edit]

Title Release Date Notes
The Venetian Affair January 18, 1967
Hot Rods to Hell January 27, 1967 Co-production with Four Leaf Productions
Return of the Gunfighter January 29, 1967
The Spy in the Green Hat February 3, 1967
The 25th Hour February 16, 1967
Double Trouble April 5, 1967 A B.C.W. picture
The Karate Killers April 7, 1967 Feature film version of two episodes of The Man from U.N.C.L.E.; theatrical release overseas only
Welcome to Hard Times May 1, 1967
Doctor, You've Got to Be Kidding! May 10, 1967 A Trident production
Three Bites of the Apple May 24, 1967
The Dirty Dozen June 15, 1967
Don't Make Waves June 20, 1967 A Filmways-Reynard picture
Point Blank August 30, 1967
The Fastest Guitar Alive September 1, 1967 Co-production with Four Leaf Productions
Our Mother's House October 9, 1967
Far from the Madding Crowd October 18, 1967 A Joseph Janni-Vic Films production
Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Drama
The Comedians October 31, 1967
The Girl and the General October 1967 US distribution
More than a Miracle November 1, 1967
Jack of Diamonds November 10, 1967 A Harris Associates production
The Fearless Vampire Killers November 13, 1967
Eye of the Devil December 6, 1967 Made by the MGM-British Studios
The Last Challenge December 27, 1967

1968[edit]

Title Release Date Notes
Too Many Thieves 1968
A Man Called Dagger 1968
Mrs. Brown, You've Got a Lovely Daughter 1968
Hate for Hate 1968 US distribution
Revenge for Revenge 1968
The Biggest Bundle of Them All January 17, 1968
Sol Madrid February 7, 1968
The Power February 21, 1968
Day of the Evil Gun March 1, 1968
The Rise and Fall of the Third Reich March 6, 1968
Stay Away, Joe March 8, 1968
Guns for San Sebastian March 20, 1968 A CIPRA films, Ernesto Enríquez and Filmes Cinematográfica production
2001: A Space Odyssey April 6, 1968
A Stranger in Town April 24, 1968 US distribution; made by Infascelli in Italy
Battle Beneath the Earth May 15, 1968 A Reynolds-Vetter production
Speedway June 12, 1968
Where Were You When the Lights Went Out? June 19, 1968
The Helicopter Spies June 21, 1968 Film version of a two-part episode of The Man from U.N.C.L.E.; released theatrically overseas only
Dark of the Sun July 3, 1968
Kiss the Other Sheik July 29, 1968 US distribution
A Time to Sing August 15, 1968
The Legend of Lylah Clare August 21, 1968
A Man, a Horse, a Gun August 1968
The Young Runaways September 11, 1968
Hot Millions September 19, 1968
The Subject Was Roses October 13, 1968
Live a Little, Love a Little October 23, 1968
Ice Station Zebra October 23, 1968 A Filmways production
The Split November 4, 1968
The Shoes of the Fisherman November 14, 1968 Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Drama
The Impossible Years December 5, 1968 A Marten production
The Fixer December 8, 1968 Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Drama

1969[edit]

Title Release Date Notes
The Appointment 1969 A Marpol production; US opening only in 1970
The Wolf Men 1969
The Extraordinary Seaman January 15, 1969 Made by John Frankenheimer Productions and Edward Lewis Productions
Ghosts - Italian Style January 22, 1969 US distribution; a C. C. Champion and Les Films Concordia production
Mayerling February 13, 1969
How to Steal the World March 7, 1969 Film version of the final two episodes of The Man from U.N.C.L.E.; theatrical release overseas only
Where Eagles Dare March 12, 1969
Kenner April 23, 1969
The Green Slime May 21, 1969 A Ram films production; produced in association with Toei Company
Heaven with a Gun June 11, 1969 A King Brothers production
The Maltese Bippy June 18, 1969
The Best House in London July 30, 1969
A Place for Lovers August 22, 1969
The Gypsy Moths August 28, 1969
The Trouble with Girls September 3, 1969
Alfred the Great October 8, 1969 Made by Bernard Smith Films and the MGM-British Studios
Marlowe October 31, 1969
Goodbye, Mr. Chips November 5, 1969 An Apjac production
Flareup November 10, 1969 A GMF production

1970s[edit]

1970[edit]

Release Date Title Notes
January 9, 1970 ...tick...tick...tick...
February 9, 1970 Zabriskie Point
February 20, 1970 The Five Man Army
April 22, 1970 Brotherly Love
April 27, 1970 Zig Zag
May 13, 1970 My Lover My Son
May 26, 1970 The Magic Garden of Stanley Sweetheart
June 10, 1970 The Walking Stick
June 15, 1970 The Strawberry Statement
June 23, 1970 Kelly's Heroes
July 1970 The Moonshine War
September 9, 1970 House of Dark Shadows
October 1, 1970 The Traveling Executioner
October 7, 1970 Captain Nemo and the Underwater City
October 23, 1970 No Blade of Grass
November 7, 1970 The Phantom Tollbooth
November 9, 1970 Ryan's Daughter
November 11, 1970 Elvis: That's the Way It Is
November 18, 1970 Dirty Dingus Magee
November 1970 The Bushbaby
December 5, 1970 Brewster McCloud
December 22, 1970 Alex in Wonderland

1971[edit]

Release Date Title Notes
1971 Freelance
February 1, 1971 Pigeons
February 24, 1971 The Body
March 3, 1971 Percy
March 18, 1971 Get Carter
March 29, 1971 Mad Dogs & Englishmen
April 22, 1971 The Enchanted Years
April 28, 1971 Pretty Maids All in a Row
May 12, 1971 The Night Digger
May 26, 1971 Villain
June 15, 1971 Fortune and Men's Eyes
June 23, 1971 Wild Rovers
June 30, 1971 The Tales of Beatrix Potter U.S. theatrical distribution only; produced by EMI Films
July 2, 1971 Shaft
July 7, 1971 The Last Run
August 4, 1971 Night of Dark Shadows
August 1971 Clay Pigeon
October 1, 1971 Catlow
December 1, 1971 Going Home
December 1, 1971 Chandler
December 8, 1971 Believe in Me
December 16, 1971 The Boy Friend co-production with EMI Films
Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy.
December 22, 1971 The Gang That Couldn't Shoot Straight

1972[edit]

Release Date Title Notes
February 2, 1972 The Jerusalem File
March 22, 1972 Cool Breeze
March 29, 1972 The Carey Treatment
March 1972 Corky
May 19, 1972 Horror on Snape Island
May 24, 1972 Skyjacked
June 7, 1972 Black Belly of the Tarantula
June 7, 1972 The Weekend Murders[N 3] Distribution only
June 14, 1972 Every Little Crook and Nanny
June 18, 1972 Shaft's Big Score
June 19, 1972 Sitting Target
June 19, 1972 Two Is a Happy Number
July 14, 1972 The Wrath of God
August 2, 1972 Kansas City Bomber
August 16, 1972 Melinda
September 1972 Savage Messiah
September 1972 Private Parts
October 4, 1972 Night of the Lepus
November 1, 1972 Elvis on Tour
November 1, 1972 The Great Waltz
November 22, 1972 They Only Kill Their Masters
December 17, 1972 Travels with My Aunt Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy.
December 20, 1972 Hit Man

1973[edit]

Release Date Title Notes
February 21, 1973 Lolly-Madonna XXX
March 7, 1973 Slither
March 8, 1973 Ludwig
May 9, 1973 Soylent Green
May 23, 1973 Pat Garrett and Billy the Kid
May 25, 1973 Sweet Jesus, Preacherman
June 13, 1973 Wicked, Wicked
June 14, 1973 Shaft in Africa
June 28, 1973 The Man Who Loved Cat Dancing
June 1973 Trader Horn
July 25, 1973 Deaf Smith & Johnny Ears
September 26, 1973 Deadly China Doll
September 26, 1973 The Slams
October 1973 The Outfit
November 21, 1973 Westworld

1974[edit]

Release Date Title Notes
March 20, 1974 The Super Cops
May 8, 1974 Kazablan
June 21, 1974 That's Entertainment!
September 20, 1974 Nightmare Honeymoon

1975[edit]

Release Date Title Notes
February 1975 Mr. Ricco
April 9, 1975 The Passenger
May 22, 1975 The Wind and the Lion U.S. distribution only; co-production with Columbia Pictures
June 20, 1975 The Silent Stranger
October 8, 1975 Hearts of the West
November 6, 1975 The Sunshine Boys Winner of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy.

1976[edit]

Release Date Title Notes
May 17, 1976 That's Entertainment, Part II
June 23, 1976 Logan's Run
June 1976 Sweet Revenge
September 29, 1976 Norman, Is That You?
November 27, 1976 Network[N 4][N 5] co-production with United Artists
Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Drama

1977[edit]

Release Date Title Notes
April 8, 1977 Demon Seed
November 30, 1977 The Goodbye Girl co-production with Warner Bros.
Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
Winner of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy.
December 16, 1977 Telefon

1978[edit]

Release Date Title Notes
January 6, 1978 Coma
June 2, 1978 Corvette Summer
July 19, 1978 International Velvet
December 22, 1978 Brass Target

1979[edit]

Release Date Title Notes
1979 Jamaican Gold
March 14, 1979 Voices
April 4, 1979 The Champ remake of 1931 film
December 18, 1979 The Human Factor

1980s[edit]

(company known as MGM/UA Entertainment Co. and Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Film Co.)

1980[edit]

Release Date Title Notes Budget Gross
February 8, 1980 Hero at Large $15,934,737
March 21, 1980 Hide in Plain Sight
May 16, 1980 Fame Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy $21,202,829
August 8, 1980 Why Would I Lie? $1,175,855
September 12, 1980 He Knows You're Alone $4,875,436
December 19, 1980 The Formula $8,894,289

1981[edit]

Release Date Title Notes Budget Gross
February 27, 1981 Sunday Lovers
June 12, 1981 Clash of the Titans $15 million $41 million
August 7, 1981 Tarzan, the Ape Man $6.5 million $36,565,280
September 23, 1981 Rich and Famous $10 million $14,492,125
October 16, 1981 ...All the Marbles $9.3 million
December 2, 1981 Whose Life Is It Anyway? $13 million $10 million
December 11, 1981 Buddy Buddy $7,258,543
December 11, 1981 Pennies from Heaven Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy $22,000,000

1982[edit]

Key to the colors used below
Film release label (following the MGM and UA merger)
MGM Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer
UA United Artists
B Combined MGM and UA release


Release Date Title Notes Budget Gross
MGM January 22 A Stranger Is Watching
MGM February 12 Cannery Row
MGM February 19 Shoot the Moon $12,000,000 $9,217,530
MGM March 5 Diner Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy $5 million $14,099,953
MGM March 19 Victor/Victoria distribution only, produced by Ladbrokes Entertainment
Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy
$28,215,453
UA April Pandemonium United Artists
UA April 2 Penitentiary II
UA April 23 National Lampoon's Movie Madness
UA May 28 Rocky III United Artists $17 million $270 million
MGM June 4 Poltergeist co-production with SLM Production Group $10.7 million $121,706,019
UA July 2 The Secret of NIMH Distribution only
Produced by Aurora and Don Bluth Productions
$7,000,000 $14,665,733
MGM July 30 Forced Vengeance $6,660,333
MGM August 13 Pink Floyd The Wall $22,244,207
MGM August 20 The Beastmaster distribution only $8 million $14,056,528
MGM September 10 Endangered Species $1,474,249
MGM September 17 Inchon Distribution only $46 million $5,200,986
MGM September 24 Yes, Giorgio $19,000,000 $1,368,588
MGM October 1 My Favorite Year Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy $20,123,620
UA November 19 Still of the Night
UA December 17 Trail of the Pink Panther $9,056,073

1983[edit]

Release Date Title Notes Budget Gross
MGM January 21 The Year of Living Dangerously $6 million
MGM March 11 10 to Midnight distribution only; produced by The Cannon Group
UA March 25 The Black Stallion Returns
MGM April 15 Rock & Rule $8 million $30,379
MGM April 29 The Hunger $5,979,292
UA June 3 WarGames co-production with Sherwood Productions $12 million $79,567,667
UA June 10 Octopussy Produced by Danjaq S.A. $27.5 million $183.7 million
(worldwide theatrical)
UA August 12 Curse of the Pink Panther $3,374,312
MGM August 26 Hercules distribution only; co-production with The Cannon Group
MGM August 26 Strange Brew $4 million $8,571,374
MGM September 30 Brainstorm $18 million $10,219,460
UA October 7 Romantic Comedy co-production with Taft Entertainment $6,857,733
MGM November 18 A Christmas Story $4 million $19,294,144
UA December 9 Yentl $12 million $40,218,899

1984[edit]

Release Date Title Notes Budget Gross
MGM February 3 Reckless $3 million $8,289,916
MGM March 2 Over the Brooklyn Bridge distribution only; produced by The Cannon Group
MGM March 2 Sahara distribution only; produced by The Cannon Group $25 million $1,402,962
MGM March 16 The Ice Pirates $9 million $14,255,801
MGM March 30 Misunderstood Distribution only
Produced by Producers Sales Organization
MGM May 4 Breakin' distribution only; produced by The Cannon Group $1.2 million $57,456,707
UA June 22 The Pope of Greenwich Village
MGM July 20 Electric Dreams produced by Virgin Films
UA August 10 Red Dawn $4.2 million $38,376,497
MGM August 24 Oxford Blues Distribution only $8,793,152
MGM September Nothing Lasts Forever $3,000,000
UA October 5 Teachers
UA October 12 Garbo Talks
MGM November 16 Just the Way You Are
MGM December 7 2010 $28 million $40,400,657
MGM December 26 Mrs. Soffel $4,385,312

1985[edit]

Release Date Title Notes Budget Gross
MGM January 18 That's Dancing!
MGM February 1 Heavenly Bodies
UA February 22 Martin's Day
UA March 1 The Aviator
MGM April 12 Cat's Eye Distribution only
Produced by Dino De Laurentiis Company
$7,000,000 $13,086,298
MGM May 3 Gymkata $8.5 million $5,730,596
UA May 3 Movers & Shakers $372,438
UA May 24 A View to a Kill Produced by Danjaq S.A. $30 million $152.4 million
(worldwide theatrical)
MGM July 3 Red Sonja Distribution only
Produced by Dino De Laurentiis Company
MGM August 16 Year of the Dragon Distribution only
Produced by Dino De Laurentiis Company
$24,000,000 $18,707,466
MGM September 27 Code Name: Emerald
MGM September 27 Marie Distribution only
Produced by Dino De Laurentiis Company
$9 million $2,507,995
UA November 1 To Live and Die in L.A.
MGM November 22 Fever Pitch $618,847
UA November 27 Rocky IV $28 million $300,473,716

1986[edit]

Release Date Title Notes Budget Gross
UA January 31 Youngblood
MGM February 21 9½ Weeks US distribution only $17 million $106,734,844
MGM February 28 Dream Lover
MGM March 28 Ginger and Fred
MGM April 18 Wise Guys $13 million $8,475,466
MGM May 9 Killer Party Last MGM film before the Turner Entertainment Company split
MGM May 23 Poltergeist II: The Other Side First MGM film after the Turner split
Most films from this time onward (with few exceptions) are still owned by MGM
$40,996,665
MGM June 27 Running Scared $38,500,726
MGM August 29 Shanghai Surprise distribution only; produced and owned by HandMade Films $17 million $2,315,683
MGM September 19 Where the River Runs Black $676,166
MGM November 26 Solarbabies $7,500,000 $1,579,260

1987[edit]

Release Date Title Notes Budget Gross
MGM February 6 Dead of Winter $2,413,427
MGM April 17 Walk Like a Man
MGM June 24 Spaceballs $22.7 million $38,119,483
MGM July 10 O.C. and Stiggs $7,000,000
UA July 31 The Living Daylights Produced by Danjaq S.A. $40 million $191.2 million
(worldwide theatrical)
MGM October 30 Fatal Beauty $12,046,526
MGM December 16 Moonstruck Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture
Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy
$15 million $80,640,528
MGM December 16 Overboard $26,713,187

1988[edit]

Release Date Title Notes Budget Gross
MGM February 26 Taffin
MGM March 11 Masquerade $15,855,828
MGM May 6 Whoops Apocalypse distributor only, produced by ITC Entertainment
MGM May 20 Willow Distribution only; co-produced by Lucasfilm and Imagine Entertainment[N 6] $35 million $57,269,863
MGM June 10 Poltergeist III $9,500,000 $14,114,488
UA July 13 It Takes Two
MGM July 15 A Fish Called Wanda Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy $62,493,712
MGM September 9 Some Girls $401,421
MGM September 23 Spellbinder $657,446
MGM September 28 Memories of Me $3,965,604
MGM November 18 Last Rites $427,000
MGM December 2 Blueberry Hill
UA December 16 Rain Man Winner of the Academy Award for Best Picture $25 million $354,825,435

1989[edit]

Release Date Title Notes Budget Gross
MGM January 13 The January Man $4,611,062
MGM February 3 Wicked Stepmother $2,500,000 $43,749
MGM February 16 The Mighty Quinn $4,557,214
MGM March 3 Mind Games
MGM March 17 Leviathan $15,704,614
UA May 19 Road House co-produced with Silver Pictures $15 million $30,050,028
UA July 14 Licence to Kill Produced by Danjaq S.A. $32 million $156.2 million
(worldwide theatrical)
MGM September 20 A Dry White Season $9 million $3,766,879
MGM October 27 Kill Me Again $4,000,000 $283,694
MGM November 3 After Midnight
MGM November 10 Survival Quest distribution only
UA November 17 All Dogs Go to Heaven distribution only; produced by Goldcrest Films and Sullivan Bluth Studios $13.8 million $27,100,027
MGM December 1 City Rhythms

1990s[edit]

(company known as Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer and Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Pictures)

1990[edit]

Release Date Title Notes Budget Gross
January 26, 1990 Mortal Passions
February 9, 1990 Stanley & Iris $5.816 million
March 16, 1990 Blue Steel $8,217,997
April 27, 1990 Instant Karma
May 4, 1990 Daddy's Dyin': Who's Got the Will?
August 24, 1990 Delta Force 2: The Colombian Connection distribution only; co-production with Cannon Films $6,698,361
September 14, 1990 Death Warrant $46,665,776
October 5, 1990 Desperate Hours $2,742,912
October 19, 1990 Quigley Down Under $18 million $21,413,105
November 16, 1990 Rocky V distribution only; produced by United Artists $42 million $119,946,358
December 19, 1990 The Russia House $22,998,000

1991[edit]

Release Date Title Notes Budget Gross
January 11, 1991 Not Without My Daughter $22 million $14,789,113
May 24, 1991 Thelma & Louise Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Drama. $16.5 million US$45,360,915
June 28, 1991 Fires Within
July 26, 1991 Life Stinks $13,000,000 $4,102,526
August 9, 1991 Delirious $18 million $5,546,827
August 23, 1991 Harley Davidson and the Marlboro Man $23 million $7,434,726
September 6, 1991 Crooked Hearts
September 6, 1991 Company Business $18 million $1,501,785
September 13, 1991 Liebestraum
September 20, 1991 The Indian Runner $7 million $191,125
September 27, 1991 Timebomb
October 4, 1991 The Man in the Moon
October 11, 1991 Shattered $25 million $11,511,031
December 22, 1991 Rush $12 million $7,241,350

1992[edit]

Release Date Title Notes Budget Gross
March 6, 1992 Once Upon a Crime $14 million $8,669,847
March 27, 1992 The Cutting Edge $25,105,000
May 8, 1992 CrissCross $3,052,738
May 15, 1992 The Vagrant
August 14, 1992 Diggstown $4,836,637
October 2, 1992 Of Mice and Men $5,471,088
October 30, 1992 The Lover $30,000,000 $45 323 211

1993[edit]

Release Date Title Notes Budget Gross
January 15, 1993 Body of Evidence $30 million $13,275,426
February 12, 1993 Untamed Heart $18,898,806
March 5, 1993 Rich in Love
April 16, 1993 Benny & Joon $23,261,580
August 6, 1993 The Meteor Man $30,000,000 $8,023,147
August 27, 1993 Son of the Pink Panther $15 million $2,438,031
September 10, 1993 Undercover Blues $25 million $12,324,660
October 22, 1993 The Flight of the Innocent
October 29, 1993 Fatal Instinct $7,852,653
November 19, 1993 Dangerous Game $23,671
December 8, 1993 Six Degrees of Separation $6,405,918

1994[edit]

Release Date Title Notes Budget Gross
1994 Radio Inside
May 6, 1994 That's Entertainment! III co-production with Turner Entertainment[N 4]
May 6, 1994 Clean Slate $7,355,425
June 17, 1994 Getting Even with Dad $30 million $18,869,594
July 1, 1994 Blown Away $30,155,037
September 23, 1994 It Runs in the Family[N 7]
October 28, 1994 Stargate US theatrical distribution only; produced by Le Studio Canal+ and Carolco Pictures [N 8] $55 million $196,567,262
December 16, 1994 Speechless $30 million $20,667,959

1995[edit]

Release Date Title Notes Budget Gross
April 11, 1995 The Pebble and the Penguin US distribution only; produced by Don Bluth Entertainment $28 million $3,983,912
June 2, 1995 Fluke $15 million $3,987,649
July 7, 1995 Species $30 million $113,374,103
September 13, 1995 Hackers distribution only; produced by United Artists $7,563,728
September 22, 1995 Showgirls distribution only; produced by Carolco Pictures $45 million $137,702,961
October 20, 1995 Get Shorty Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy. $30,250,000 $115,101,622
October 27, 1995 Leaving Las Vegas distribution only; produced by United Artists $3.6 million $32,029,928
November 13, 1995 GoldenEye distribution only; produced by Danjaq, Inc., Eon Productions and United Artists $58 million $352,194,034
December 22, 1995 Cutthroat Island distribution only; produced by Carolco Pictures[N 8] $98 million $10,017,322

1996[edit]

Release Date Title Notes Budget Gross
January 12, 1996 Bio-Dome $15 million $13,427,615
February 23, 1996 Unforgettable Distribution only; produced by Dino De Laurentiis $18 million $2,821,671
March 29, 1996 All Dogs Go to Heaven 2 co-production with MGM Animation $8,620,678
April 26, 1996 Mulholland Falls $29 million $11,526,099
June 14, 1996 Moll Flanders $6,000,000
July 19, 1996 Fled $25 million $17,193,231
July 26, 1996 Kingpin co-production with Rysher Entertainment[N 9] $27 million $25,023,434
August 14, 1996 House Arrest distribution only; produced by Rysher Entertainment[N 9] $5 million $7,032,782
September 27, 1996 2 Days in the Valley co-production with Rysher Entertainment[N 9] $11,132,900

1997[edit]

Release Date Title Notes Budget Gross
January 10, 1997 Turbulence distribution only; produced by Rysher Entertainment[N 9] $55 million $11,538,235
January 24, 1997 Zeus and Roxanne distribution only; produced by Rysher Entertainment[N 9] $7,233,324
February 28, 1997 Hard Eight $222,559
May 2, 1997 Warriors of Virtue
June 20, 1997 Fall
September 12, 1997 The End of Violence $5 million
October 31, 1997 Red Corner $39 million $22,415,440
December 19, 1997 Tomorrow Never Dies distribution only; produced by Danjaq LLC, Eon Productions and United Artists $110 million $333,011,068

1998[edit]

Release Date Title Notes Budget Gross
January 30, 1998 Deceiver
March 13, 1998 The Man in the Iron Mask distribution only; produced by United Artists $35 million $182,968,902
April 10, 1998 Species II $35,000,000 $19,221,939
June 12, 1998 Dirty Work $13,000,000 $10,023,282
July 24, 1998 Disturbing Behavior $15,000,000 $17,514,980
September 25, 1998 Ronin distribution only; produced by United Artists $55 million $70,692,101

1999[edit]

Release Date Title Notes Budget Gross
January 15, 1999 At First Sight $60 million $22,365,133
March 26, 1999 The Mod Squad $50 million $15,419,304
August 6, 1999 The Thomas Crown Affair $48 million $124,305,181
September 10, 1999 Stigmata $29 million $89,446,268
October 9, 1999 Kiss the Sky $6,000,000
October 22, 1999 Molly $21 million $17,650
November 19, 1999 The World Is Not Enough co-produced with Danjaq LLC and Eon Productions $135 million $361,832,400
November 24, 1999 Flawless $15 million $4,485,485

2000s[edit]

2000[edit]

Release Date Title Notes Budget Gross
January 14, 2000 Supernova $90 million $14,828,081
March 1, 2000 3 Strikes $3.4 million $9,832,166
April 7, 2000 Return to Me $24 million $36,609,995
August 11, 2000 Autumn in New York $65 million $90,726,668

2001[edit]

Release Date Title Notes Budget Gross
January 13, 2001 Antitrust $18,195,610
February 9, 2001 Hannibal USA distributor, co-production with Universal Pictures, Scott Free Productions and Dino De Laurentiis Company - DDLC $87 million $351,692,268
March 23, 2001 Heartbreakers $35 million $57,756,408
April 11, 2001 Josie and the Pussycats international distributor, co-production with Universal Pictures $39 million $14,866,015
June 1, 2001 What's the Worst That Could Happen? co-production with Hyde Park Entertainment and Turman/Morrisey Productions $45 million $38,464,131
July 13, 2001 Greenfingers £5,000,000
July 13, 2001 Legally Blonde $18 million $141,774,679
August 3, 2001 Original Sin co-production with Hyde Park Entertainment and Di Novi Pictures $42 million $36,402,320
October 12, 2001 Bandits co-production with Hyde Park Entertainment

2002[edit]

Release Date Title Notes Budget Gross
February 8, 2002 Rollerball co-production with Mosaic Media Group $70 million $25,852,764
February 15, 2002 Hart's War $70,000,000 $33,076,815
June 14, 2002 Windtalkers co-production with Lion Rock $115 million $77,628,265
July 12, 2002 The Crocodile Hunter: Collision Course co-production with Animal Planet and Cheyenne Enterprises $12,500,000 $33,436,931
September 13, 2002 Barbershop co-production with Cube Vision and State Street Pictures $12 million $77,063,924
October 11, 2002 Bowling for Columbine Distribution only $4 million $58,008,423
October 14, 2002 Red Dragon select international distribution only, co-production with Universal Pictures and Scott Free Productions $78 million $209,196,298
November 22, 2002 Die Another Day co-produced with Danjaq LLC and Eon Productions $142 million $431,971,116

2003[edit]

Release Date Title Notes Budget Gross
January 17, 2003 A Guy Thing co-production with David Ladd Films $20 million $17,432,163
March 14, 2003 Agent Cody Banks co-production with Maverick Films, Dylan Sellers Productions and Splendid Pictures $28 million $58,795,814
April 16, 2003 Bulletproof Monk co-production with Lakeshore Entertainment, Lion Rock and Mosaic Media Group $52 million $37,713,879
April 25, 2003 It Runs in the Family USA distributor, co-production with Buena Vista International and Furthur Films
July 2, 2003 Legally Blonde 2: Red, White & Blonde $45 million $124,914,842
August 15, 2003 Uptown Girls $20 million $44,617,342
October 3, 2003 Out of Time $50 million $55,495,563
October 10, 2003 Good Boy! co-production with Jim Henson Pictures $18 million $45,312,217

2004[edit]

Release Date Title Notes Budget Gross
February 6, 2004 Barbershop 2: Back in Business co-production with Cube Vision and State Street Pictures $30 million $65,971,313
March 12, 2004 Agent Cody Banks 2: Destination London co-production with Maverick Films, Dylan Sellers Productions and Splendid Pictures $26 million $28,818,995
April 2, 2004 Walking Tall co-production with Lion Rock $46,000,000 $57,223,890
May 28, 2004 Soul Plane $16 million $14,822,346
July 2, 2004 De-Lovely $20 million $18,396,382
July 9, 2004 Sleepover co-production with Landscape Entertainment and Woodstock Productions $10 million $10,148,953
September 3, 2004 Wicker Park $30 million $21,568,818

2005[edit]

Release Date Title Notes Budget Gross
February 4, 2005 Swimming Upstream $769,832
February 18, 2005 Bigger Than the Sky $750,000
March 4, 2005 Be Cool $53 million $95,226,116
March 30, 2005 Beauty Shop $37,245,453
April 15, 2005 The Amityville Horror USA distributor, co-production with Dimension Films, Platinum Dunes and Radar Pictures $19 million $108,047,131
May 6, 2005 Jiminy Glick in Lalawood $36,039
August 26, 2005 The Brothers Grimm co-production with Dimension Films $88 million $105,316,267
September 30, 2005 Into the Blue distribution; co-production with Columbia Pictures and Mandalay Pictures; first film to be co-produced by Columbia Pictures $50 million $44,434,439
November 23, 2005 Yours, Mine and Ours co-production with Paramount Pictures, Columbia Pictures, Nickelodeon Movies and Robert Simonds Productions; remake of the 1968 United Artists film of the same name $45 million $72,028,752

2006[edit]

Release Date Title Notes Budget Gross
January 27, 2006 Nanny McPhee[4] international distribution only, co-production with Working Title Films, Universal Studios, Three Strange Angels, and StudioCanal $25 million $122,489,822
February 10, 2006 The Pink Panther distribution; co-production with Columbia Pictures and Robert Simonds Productions $80 million $158,851,357
March 31, 2006 Basic Instinct 2 co-production with Intermedia Films and C2 Pictures $70 million $38,629,478
April 7, 2006 Lucky Number Slevin[N 10] USA distribution only; produced by The Weinstein Company $27 million $56,308,881
July 21, 2006 Clerks II[N 10] USA theatrical distribution only, produced by The Weinstein Company $5 million $26,983,776
August 18, 2006 Material Girls $15 million $16,907,725
September 22, 2006 Flyboys Distribution only $60 million $17,834,865
September 22, 2006 School for Scoundrels[N 10] with Dimension Films; produced by The Weinstein Company $35 million $23,947,685
October 6, 2006 Stormbreaker[N 10] USA distribution only; produced by The Weinstein Company and Isle of Man Film $23,937,870
November 10, 2006 Copying Beethoven $11,000,000
November 10, 2006 Harsh Times $5,967,038
November 17, 2006 Casino Royale distribution; co-production with Columbia Pictures, Danjaq LLC and Eon Productions $150 million $599,045,960
November 23, 2006 Bobby[N 10] USA theatrical distribution only, produced by The Weinstein Company $14 million $20,597,806
December 3, 2006 Miss Potter[N 10] USA theatrical distribution only, produced by The Weinstein Company $30 million $35,078,241
December 20, 2006 Rocky Balboa distribution; co-production with Columbia Pictures, Revolution Studios and Chartoff/Winkler Productions $24 million $155,721,132
December 29, 2006 Factory Girl[N 10] USA theatrical distribution only, produced by The Weinstein Company $7 million $2,581,387

2007[edit]

Release Date Title Notes Budget Gross
January 12, 2007 Arthur and the Invisibles[N 10] USA theatrical distributor only, produced by The Weinstein Company $86 million $107,944,236
January 26, 2007 Blood and Chocolate co-production with Lakeshore Entertainment $15 million $6,311,117
February 9, 2007 Breaking and Entering[N 10] USA theatrical distribution only, produced by The Weinstein Company $8,974,829
February 9, 2007 Hannibal Rising[N 10] USA theatrical distribution only, produced by The Weinstein Company $50 million $82,169,884
March 2, 2007 Two Weeks $2.4 million
March 16, 2007 Premonition co-production with TriStar Pictures, Hyde Park Entertainment and Offspring Entertainment $20 million $84,146,832
April 27, 2007 The Poughkeepsie Tapes
May 4, 2007 The Flying Scotsman $11 million $1,258,900
May 11, 2007 Home of the Brave $12 million $499,620
May 11, 2007 The Ex[N 10] USA distribution only; produced by The Weinstein Company $5,142,074
June 1, 2007 Mr. Brooks co-production with Element Films and Relativity Media $20 million $48,121,965
June 22, 2007 1408[N 10] USA distribution only; produced by Dimension Films, DiBonaventura Productions and The Weinstein Company $25 million $131,998,242
July 4, 2007 Rescue Dawn $10 million $7,177,143
July 27, 2007 Who's Your Caddy?[N 10] USA distribution only; produced by Our Stories Films and Dimension Films
August 17, 2007 Death at a Funeral $9 million $46,789,413
August 24, 2007 The Nanny Diaries[N 10] USA distribution only; produced by The Weinstein Company $20,000,000 $44,638,886
August 31, 2007 Halloween[N 10] USA distribution only; produced by Dimension Films $15 million $80,249,467
September 14, 2007 The Hunting Party[N 10] USA theatrical distribution only, produced by The Weinstein Company $40 million $7,644,409
September 28, 2007 Feast of Love $5,741,608
October 12, 2007 Lars and the Real Girl co-production with Sidney Kimmel Entertainment $12 million $11,293,663
October 26, 2007 Music Within $153,205
November 9, 2007 Lions for Lambs co-production with United Artists $35 million $63 million
November 21, 2007 The Mist[N 10] $18 million $57,293,715
November 30, 2007 Awake[N 10] $8.6 million $32,685,679
December 25, 2007 The Great Debaters[N 10] USA theatrical distribution only, produced by The Weinstein Company $15 million $30,236,407

2008[edit]

Release Date Title Notes Budget Gross
February 22, 2008 Charlie Bartlett $12 million $5,254,986
March 28, 2008 Superhero Movie[N 10] USA distribution only; produced by Dimension Films $35 million $71,237,351
April 18, 2008 Pathology co-production with Lakeshore Entertainment $3,084,404
April 25, 2008 Deal co-production with Tag Entertainment
August 15, 2008 Vicky Cristina Barcelona[N 10] US distribution Only; produced by The Weinstein Company $15 million $96,408,652
August 22, 2008 The Longshots[N 10] US distribution only; produced by Dimension Films $11,767,866
August 29, 2008 College $7 million $5,629,618
September 19, 2008 Igor co-production with Exodus Film Group $25 million $30,599,801
October 3, 2008 How to Lose Friends & Alienate People $28 million $19,151,797
October 31, 2008 The Other End of the Line $2.5 million $507,534
November 7, 2008 Soul Men[N 10] distribution only; produced by Dimension Films $40 million $12,082,391
November 14, 2008 Quantum of Solace distribution; co-produced with Columbia Pictures, Danjaq LLC and Eon Productions $200 million $586,090,727
December 25, 2008 Valkyrie co-production with United Artists, Bad Hat Harry and Studio Babelsberg $75–$90 million $200,276,784

2009[edit]

Release Date Title Notes Budget Gross
February 6, 2009 The Pink Panther 2 distribution; co-production with Columbia Pictures and Robert Simonds Productions $70 million $75,946,615
June 12, 2009 The Taking of Pelham 123 co-production with Columbia Pictures, Relativity Media, Escape Artists and Scott Free Productions $100 million $150,166,126
September 25, 2009 Fame co-production with United Artists and Lakeshore Entertainment $18 million $77,184,633

2010s[edit]

2010[edit]

Release Date Title Notes Budget Gross
March 26, 2010 Hot Tub Time Machine distribution; co-production with United Artists and New Crime Productions; last film completely distributed by MGM before resorting to co-distributing $36 million $61,336,869

2011[edit]

Release Date Title Notes Budget Gross
July 8, 2011 Zookeeper co-production with Columbia Pictures, Happy Madison Productions, Broken Road Productions and Hey Eddie; All films released starting with this film are produced following the company's financial troubles and no longer a major distribution studio. $80 million $169,852,759
December 20, 2011 The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo co-production with Columbia Pictures, Scott Rudin Productions and Yellow Bird Films $90 million $232,617,430

2012[edit]

Release Date Title Notes Budget Gross
March 16, 2012 21 Jump Street co-production with Columbia Pictures, Relativity Media, Original Film and Cannell Studios $42 million $201,585,328
August 8, 2012 Hope Springs co-production with Columbia Pictures, Mandate Pictures, Escape Artists and Film 360 $30 million $107,315,019
November 9, 2012 Skyfall distribution; co-produced with Columbia Pictures, Danjaq LLC and Eon Productions $150–200 million $1,108,561,013
December 14, 2012 The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey co-production with Warner Bros., New Line Cinema and WingNut Films $200–315 million $1,017,003,568

2013[edit]

Release Date Title Notes Budget Gross
January 25, 2013 Hansel and Gretel: Witch Hunters co-production with Paramount Pictures, Gary Sanchez and MTV Films $50 million $224,803,475
March 28, 2013 G.I. Joe: Retaliation co-production with Paramount Pictures, di Bonaventura Pictures, Hasbro and Skydance Productions $130 million $371,912,052
October 18, 2013 Carrie distribution; co-production with Screen Gems and Misher Films $30 million $82,394,288
December 13, 2013 The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug co-production with Warner Bros., New Line Cinema and WingNut Films $225 million $953,066,855

2014[edit]

Release Date Title Notes Budget Gross
February 12, 2014 RoboCop distribution; co-production with Columbia Pictures and Strike Entertainment $100 million $242,688,965 [5]
June 13, 2014 22 Jump Street co-production with Columbia Pictures, Relativity Media, Original Film and SJC Studios $65 million [6] $272,454,000 [7]
July 25, 2014 Hercules co-production with Paramount Pictures, Flynn Picture Company and Radical Pictures $100 million [8] $22,550,000 [9]

Upcoming films[edit]

Title Release Date Notes
August 22, 2014 If I Stay co-production with Warner Bros. and New Line Cinema[10]
December 17, 2014 The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies co-production with Warner Bros., New Line Cinema and WingNut Films
December 25, 2014 Hot Tub Time Machine 2 distribution; co-production with Paramount Pictures and New Crime Productions
January 30, 2015 Max
February 13, 2015 Poltergeist
May 8, 2015 Don't Mess with Texas
November 6, 2015 Bond 24 distribution; co-production with Columbia Pictures and Eon Productions
February 26, 2016 Ben-Hur co-production with Paramount Pictures

See also[edit]

References[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Currently owned by EMKA, Ltd./Universal Television.
  2. ^ Rights now owned by the film's original production company King Brothers Productions with VCI Home Entertainment handling home video rights.
  3. ^ rights now owned by KOA Films with Code Red currently handling home video rights.
  4. ^ a b Rights shared between MGM and Turner Entertainment
  5. ^ Turner Entertainment (distributed by Warner Bros.) own US distribution rights to (i.e. the "old MGM part") Network, while MGM owns international distribution rights (i.e. the "old UA part".)
  6. ^ Owned by The Walt Disney Company through Lucasfilm. Distributed on home video by 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment.
  7. ^ aka My Summer Story
  8. ^ a b rights now owned by StudioCanal although MGM still handles TV distribution, Rialto Pictures domestic theatrical distribution, and Lionsgate all other distribution rights
  9. ^ a b c d e Owned by 2929 Entertainment. Except for Kingpin, all Rysher productions listed above are now distributed by Paramount Pictures
  10. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w Rights are now held by The Weinstein Company. Distributed for home video by Anchor Bay Entertainment.