List of Paramount Pictures films

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This is a list of selected films released by Paramount Pictures. Asterisks (* ) indicate works in the public domain.

1910s[edit]

Title Release Date Notes
Les Amours de la Reine Élisabeth * July 12, 1912 Paramount's first film
The Daughter of the Hills * 1913
Aftermath* August 20, 1914 A Famous Players Film Company production
The Bad Buck of Santa Ynez * 1914
The Day of Days * 1914
The Spitfire * 1914
The Eagle's Mate * 1914
The Lost Paradise * 1914
The Virginian * September 7, 1914 Based on the novel of the same name by Owen Wister. First film to be based on a book or a novel of the same name. Wister's novel was adapted again in 1929 and in 1960 as a television series.
The Unwelcome Mrs. Hatch * 1914
The Making of Bobby Burnit * 1914
Such a Little Queen * 1914
Marta of the Lowlands * 1914
Where the Trail Divides * 1914
Wildflower * 1914
The County Chairman * 1914
What's His Name * 1914
Behind the Scenes * 1914
His Last Dollar * 1914
The Man from Mexico * 1914
Ready Money * 1914
The Man from Home * 1914
The Straight Road * 1914
Rose of the Rancho * 1914
Aristocracy * 1914
Mrs. Black Is Back * 1914
The Circus Man * 1914
The Ghost Breaker * 1914
The Conspiracy * 1914
The Crucible * 1914
The Sign of the Cross * 1914
Cameo Kirby * 1914
Cinderella * 1914 Based on the famous fairy tale of the same name.
The Million * 1914
After Five * January 28, 1915 Jesse L. Lasky Feature Play Company production; based on the play by Cecil B. DeMille and William C. DeMille
The Foundling * 1915
The Girl of the Golden West[1] * 1915
The Dancing Girl * 1915
The Morals of Marcus * 1915
Young Romance * 1915
The Goose Girl * 1915
Mistress Nell * 1915
Her Triumph * 1915
The Bachelor's Romance * 1915
The Warrens of Virginia * 1915 Only few prints of this film have survived.
The Country Boy * 1915
David Harum * 1915
The Love Route * 1915
A Gentleman of Leisure * 1915
The Governor's Lady * 1915
Gretna Green * 1915
Are You a Mason? * 1915
The Commanding Officer * 1915
The Unafraid * 1915
Niobe * 1915
When We Were Twenty-One * 1915
Snobs * 1915
May Blossom * 1915
The Captive * 1915
The Woman * 1915
Fanchon, the Cricket * 1915
The Moth and the Flame * 1915
Stolen Goods * 1915
The Wild Goose Chase * 1915
The Pretty Sister of Jose * 1915
Jim the Penman * 1915
The Dawn of a Tomorrow * 1915
The Arab * 1915 Based on the Broadway version of "The Arab"
Gambier's Advocate * 1915
The Dictator * 1915
Chimmie Fadden * 1915 This film is now considered to be a lost film.
Little Pal * 1915
The Clue * 1915
Kindling * 1915
The Fighting Hope * 1915
The Seven Sisters * 1915
The Puppet Crown * 1915
Rags * 1915
Sold * 1915
The Secret Orchard * 1915
The Marriage of Kitty * 1915
Helene of the North * 1915
Poor Schmaltz * 1915
The Heart of Jennifer * 1915
The Incorrigible Dukane * 1915
Esmerelda * 1915
Out of the Darkness * 1915
The Case of Becky * 1915
The Voice in the Fog * 1915
The Explorer * 1915
The Fatal Card * 1915
A Girl of Yesterday * 1915
The White Pearl * 1915
Blackbirds * 1915
The Chorus Lady * 1915
The Secret Sin * 1915
The Masqueraders * 1915
Carmen * 1915 The existing versions of this film appears to be from a re-edited 1918 release.
Still Waters * 1915
Madame Butterfly * 1915
Zaza * 1915
The Mummy and the Hummingbird * 1915
Bella Donna * 1915
Armstrong's Wife * 1915
Chimmie Fadden Out West * 1915
The Prince and the Pauper * 1915
Mr. Grex of Monte Carlo * 1915
The Unknown * 1915
The Cheat * 1915
The Immigrant * 1915
The Old Homestead * 1915
Lydia Gilmore * 1915
Temptation * 1915
Alien Souls* May 11, 1916 Considered lost
The American Beauty* June 29, 1916 Distribution only; produced by Pallas Pictures
Davy Crockett * 1916 Based on the true life of the real Davy Crockett
Oliver Twist * 1916 Based on the book of the same name by Charles Dickens.
Snow White * 1916 Based on the famous Brothers Grimm fairy tale of the same name
The American Consul February 15, 1917 From the story by Paul West
The Amazons August 5, 1917 Considered lost
The Secret Game 1917
Ruggles of Red Gap 1918
Don't Change Your Husband 1919 One print of this film survives
Alias Mike Moran March 2, 1919 From the story 'Open Sesame' by Frederick Orin Bartlett
The Grim Game August 25, 1919 Starring the famous magician Harry Houdini.
An Adventure in Hearts* December 7, 1919

1920s[edit]

Title Release Date Notes
All of a Sudden Peggy February 1, 1920 From the play by Ernest Denny; considered lost
The Amateur Wife February 22, 1920
Alarm Clock Andy March 14, 1920 Distribution only; produced by Thomas H. Ince
Always Audacious November 14, 1920 Based on the story "Toujours de l'Audace" by Ben Ames Williams
An Amateur Devil December 19, 1920 Adapted from the story "Wanted a Blemish" by Jessie E. Henderson and Henry J. Buxton
Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde 1920 Based on the novel by Robert Louis Stevenson.
Why Change Your Wife? 1920
The Affairs of Anatol* September 21, 1921 Suggested by the play by Arthur Schnitzler
After the Show October 9, 1921
Brewster's Millions 1921
Moran of the Lady Letty February 12, 1922
Across the Continent* June 4, 1922
Above All Law July 30, 1922 US distribution only; produced in Germany by May-Film
Manslaughter 1922
The Young Rajah 1922
Adam and Eva February 11, 1923 Distribution only; produced by Cosmopolitan Productions
Adam's Rib March 4, 1923
The Call of the Canyon December 16, 1923
Ruggles of Red Gap 1923
The Ten Commandments 1923 One of Cecil B. DeMille's early screen epics. One scene is filmed in Technicolor. Remade in all Technicolor and in VistaVision in 1956.
The Alaskan September 22, 1924 From the novel by James Oliver Curwood; considered lost
Monsieur Beaucaire 1924
Open All Night 1924
Peter Pan 1924 Based on the play by J.M. Barrie.
Wanderer of the Wasteland 1924 Paramount's first all-Technicolor feature, now a lost film
The Air Mail March 16, 1925 Survives in part
Adventure April 14, 1925 Considered a lost film
Madame Sans-Gene 1925 starring Gloria Swanson, now considered a lost film
Are Parents People? 1925 starring Betty Bronson
A Woman of the World 1925
The American Venus January 31, 1926 With Technicolor sequences; considered lost
Aloma of the South Seas May 16, 1926 Based on the play by John B. Hymer and Leroy Clemens; considered lost
The Ace of Cads October 11, 1926
Old Ironsides 1926
The Great Gatsby 1926 lost
Afraid to Love April 9, 1927
The Kid Brother 1927
Underworld 1927
Nevada 1927
Hotel Imperial 1927
Wings August 12, 1927 winner of the first "Best Picture" Academy Award
Abie's Irish Rose April 19, 1928 Wide release with dialogue scenes in December 1928
Adventure Mad May 12, 1928 US distribution only; produced in Germany by UFA
The Patriot August 17, 1928 nominee of the "Best Picture" Academy Award, now a lost film
The Wedding March October 6, 1928
The Racket November 1, 1928 nominee of the first "Best Picture" Academy Award
Interference[N 1] January 5, 1929 Paramount's first all-talkie[citation needed]
Behind the German Lines January 12, 1929 Silent; German documentary about World War I, produced by Ufa. Noted at the time of its release for its objectivity.
The Shopworn Angel January 12, 1929 Silent with talking sequences
The Case of Lena Smith January 19, 1929 Silent
The Doctor's Secret January 26, 1929 Talkie; presumed lost
Marquis Preferred February 2, 1929 Silent
Sunset Pass February 9, 1929 Silent
The Wolf of Wall Street February 9, 1929 Talkie
Homecoming February 16, 1929 Silent
The Canary Murder Case February 16, 1929 Talkie
Redskin February 23, 1929 Silent
The Carnation Kid March 2, 1929 Talking sequences
The Dummy March 9, 1929 Talkie
Looping the Loop March 16, 1929 Silent
Chinatown Nights March 23, 1929 Talking sequences
Wolf Song March 30, 1929 Talking sequences
The Wild Party April 6, 1929 Talkie
The Letter April 13, 1929 Talkie
Close Harmony April 13, 1929 Talkie; musical starring Charles Rogers and Nancy Carroll
Nothing but the Truth April 20, 1929 Talkie
The Hole in the Wall April 27, 1929 Talkie
Gentlemen of the Press May 4, 1929 Talkie
Betrayal May 11, 1929 Silent
A Dangerous Woman May 18, 1929 Talkie
The Rainbow Man May 18, 1929 Talkie
Innocents of Paris May 25, 1929 Talkie
The Man I Love May 25, 1929 Talkie
The Studio Murder Mystery June 1, 1929 Talkie
Stairs of Sand June 8, 1929 Silent
The Wheel of Life June 15, 1929 Talkie
Thunderbolt June 22, 1929 Talkie
Fashions in Love June 29, 1929 Talkie
Divorce Made Easy July 6, 1929 Talkie
Dangerous Curves July 13, 1929 Talkie
River of Romance July 27, 1929 Talkie
The Cocoanuts August 3, 1929 Talkie
Hungarian Rhapsody August 3, 1929 Silent. German film, produced by ufa.
The Mysterious Dr. Fu Manchu August 10, 1929 Talkie
Charming Sinners August 17, 1929 Talkie
The Soul of France August 24, 1929 Silent
The Greene Murder Case August 31, 1929 Talkie
The Dance of Life September 7, 1929 Talkie
Fast Company September 14, 1929 Talkie
The Lady Lies September 21, 1929 Talkie
Illusion September 21, 1929 Talkie
Jealousy September 28, 1929 Talkie; presumed lost
Woman Trap September 28, 1929 Talkie
The Love Doctor October 5, 1929 Talkie
Why Bring That Up? October 12, 1929 Talkie
Welcome Danger October 19, 1929 Talkie
The Saturday Night Kid October 26, 1929 Talkie
The Return of Sherlock Holmes October 26, 1929 Talkie
Sweetie November 2, 1929 Talkie
The Virginian November 9, 1929 Talkie
The Mighty November 16, 1929 Talkie
Darkened Rooms November 23, 1929 Talkie
Battle of Paris November 30, 1929 Talkie
Glorifying the American Girl December 7, 1929 Talkie
Half Way to Heaven December 14, 1929 Talkie
The Marriage Playground December 21, 1929 Talkie
Pointed Heels December 21, 1929 Talkie. Two-color Technicolor sequences.
The Four Feathers December 28, 1929 Last silent feature film released by Paramount

1930s[edit]

Release Date Title Notes
January 4, 1930 Applause
January 11, 1930 Behind the Make-Up
January 11, 1930 The Kibitzer
January 18, 1930 The Love Parade Academy Award nominee for Best Picture.
January 25, 1930 Seven Days' Leave
February 1, 1930 Burning Up
February 1, 1930 Street of Chance
February 15, 1930 Roadhouse Nights
February 22, 1930 Dangerous Paradise
February 22, 1930 Slightly Scarlet
March 8, 1930 Only the Brave
March 22, 1930 Men Are Like That
March 22, 1930 Sarah and Son
March 29, 1930 Honey
April 5, 1930 Young Eagles
April 12, 1930 The Benson Murder Case
April 19, 1930 The Vagabond King Paramount's first all-Technicolor (two-color process) talkie.
April 19, 1930 The Light of Western Stars Reissue title: Winning the West.
April 26, 1930 Ladies Love Brutes
April 26, 1930 Paramount on Parade Two-color Technicolor sequences.
May 3, 1930 The Big Pond
May 10, 1930 The Texan
May 17, 1930 The Return of Dr. Fu Manchu
May 17, 1930 Young Man of Manhattan
May 24, 1930 The Devil's Holiday
May 31, 1930 True to the Navy
June 7, 1930 Safety in Numbers
June 14, 1930 Shadow of the Law
June 21, 1930 Social Lion
June 28, 1930 With Byrd at the South Pole
June 28, 1930 Border Legion
July 5, 1930 Dangerous Nan McGrew
July 12, 1930 A Man from Wyoming
July 19, 1930 Love Among the Millionaires
July 26, 1930 For the Defense
July 26, 1930 The Sap from Syracuse
August 2, 1930 Anybody's War
August 2, 1930 Silent Enemy
August 9, 1930 Manslaughter
August 16, 1930 Let's Go Native
August 23, 1930 Grumpy
August 23, 1930 Queen High
August 30, 1930 Anybody's Woman
September 6, 1930 Animal Crackers
September 13, 1930 The Sea God
September 20, 1930 The Spoilers
September 27, 1930 Follow Thru Filmed in two-color Technicolor.
September 27, 1930 Santa Fe Trail
October 4, 1930 Monte Carlo
October 11, 1930 Heads Up
October 18, 1930 Her Wedding Night
October 18, 1930 Playboy of Paris
October 25, 1930 Laughter
November 1, 1930 Virtuous Sin
November 8, 1930 Fast and Loose
November 8, 1930 Feet First
November 15, 1930 Tom Sawyer Based on The Adventures of Tom Sawyer by Mark Twain.
November 22, 1930 Derelict
November 29, 1930 Sea Legs
December 6, 1930 Morocco Adapted from the novel Amy Jolly by Benno Vigny.
December 6, 1930 Only Saps Work
December 13, 1930 Follow the Leader
December 20, 1930 Along Came Youth Suggested by the novel Molinoff by Maurice Bedel.
December 27, 1930 The Right to Love
January 3, 1931 The Blue Angel A Paramount-Ufa co-production; English-language version.
January 17, 1931 Gang Buster
January 24, 1931 No Limit
January 31, 1931 The Royal Family of Broadway
February 7, 1931 Scandal Sheet
February 14, 1931 Fighting Caravans Reissue title: Blazing Arrows. Remade as Wagon Wheels (1934).
February 21, 1931 Stolen Heaven
February 28, 1931 Finn and Hattie
February 28, 1931 It Pays to Advertise
March 7, 1931 The Conquering Horde
March 7, 1931 Rango
March 14, 1931 Unfaithful
March 21, 1931 Honor Among Lovers
March 21, 1931 June Moon
March 28, 1931 Man of the World
April 4, 1931 Dishonored
April 11, 1931 Gun Smoke
April 18, 1931 City Streets
April 25, 1931 Skippy Academy Award nominee for Best Picture. Based on the comic strip Skippy by Percy Crosby. Followed by Sooky, released in December.
May 2, 1931 Tarnished Lady
May 9, 1931 Ladies' Man
May 16, 1931 Dude Ranch
May 23, 1931 Kick In
May 30, 1931 Up Pops the Devil
June 6, 1931 Lawyer's Secret
June 13, 1931 Vice Squad
June 20, 1931 I Take This Woman
June 27, 1931 Forbidden Adventure
June 27, 1931 The Girl Habit
July 4, 1931 Women Love Once
July 11, 1931 Confessions of a Co-Ed
July 18, 1931 Night Angel
July 25, 1931 Honeymoon Lane
July 25, 1931 The Magnificent Lie
July 25, 1931 The Secret Call
August 1, 1931 The Smiling Lieutenant Academy Award nominee for Best Picture.
August 1, 1931 Tabu
August 8, 1931 Caught
August 8, 1931 Murder by the Clock
August 15, 1931 Huckleberry Finn Based on The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn by Mark Twain.
August 22, 1931 An American Tragedy Based on the novel by Theodore Dreiser
August 29, 1931 Silence
September 5, 1931 Daughter of the Dragon
September 5, 1931 Secrets of a Secretary
September 12, 1931 Personal Maid
September 19, 1931 Monkey Business
September 26, 1931 My Sin
October 3, 1931 The Mad Parade
October 10, 1931 Twenty-Four Hours
October 17, 1931 Road to Reno
October 24, 1931 The Beloved Bachelor
October 31, 1931 Girls About Town
November 7, 1931 Once a Lady
November 14, 1931 Rich Man's Folly
November 14, 1931 Touchdown
November 21, 1931 His Woman
November 28, 1931 The Cheat
December 5, 1931 The False Madonna
December 12, 1931 Working Girls
December 19, 1931 Husband's Holiday
December 26, 1931 Ladies of the Big House
December 26, 1931 Sooky Sequel to Skippy (1931).
January 2, 1932 Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde[N 2] Based on The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde by Robert Louis Stevenson.
January 9, 1932 This Reckless Age
January 16, 1932 Two Kinds of Women
January 30, 1932 No One Man
February 5, 1932 Tomorrow and Tomorrow
February 12, 1932 Shanghai Express Academy Award nominee for Best Picture.
February 19, 1932 Wayward
February 26, 1932 Broken Lullaby
March 4, 1932 Strangers in Love
March 11, 1932 Dancers in the Dark
March 18, 1932 The Wiser Sex
March 25, 1932 The Broken Wing
March 25, 1932 One Hour with You Academy Award nominee for Best Picture.
April 1, 1932 The Miracle Man
April 8, 1932 Misleading Lady
April 8, 1932 This Is the Night
April 15, 1932 Sky Bride
April 22, 1932 The World and the Flesh
May 6, 1932 The Strange Case of Clara Deane
May 13, 1932 Sinners in the Sun
May 20, 1932 Reserved for Ladies
May 27, 1932 Forgotten Commandments
June 10, 1932 Merrily We Go to Hell
June 17, 1932 Thunder Below
June 24, 1932 The Man from Yesterday
July 1, 1932 Make Me a Star
July 8, 1932 Million Dollar Legs
July 15, 1932 Lady and Gent
July 22, 1932 Madame Racketeer
July 29, 1932 The Vanishing Frontier
August 5, 1932 Guilty as Hell
August 12, 1932 Devil and the Deep
August 19, 1932 Horse Feathers
August 26, 1932 Love Me Tonight
September 2, 1932 70,000 Witnesses
September 16, 1932 Blonde Venus
September 23, 1932 Movie Crazy
September 23, 1932 The Night of June 13th
September 30, 1932 Heritage of the Desert Reissue title: When the West Was Young.
October 7, 1932 Madison Square Garden
October 7, 1932 The Phantom President
October 14, 1932 Night After Night
October 21, 1932 Trouble in Paradise
October 28, 1932 The Big Broadcast
October 28, 1932 Hot Saturday
November 4, 1932 He Learned About Women
November 11, 1932 Evenings for Sale
November 25, 1932 Wild Horse Mesa
December 2, 1932 If I Had a Million
December 2, 1932 Under Cover Man
December 9, 1932 The Devil Is Driving
December 30, 1932 Madame Butterfly
December 30, 1932 No Man of Her Own
January 6, 1933 Billion Dollar Scandal
January 6, 1933 A Farewell to Arms * [N 3][2] Academy Award nominee for Best Picture. Based on the novel by Ernest Hemingway.
January 13, 1933 Island of Lost Souls
January 13, 1933 Tonight Is Ours
January 20, 1933 The Mysterious Rider Reissue title: The Fighting Phantom.
January 27, 1933 She Done Him Wrong Academy Award nominee for Best Picture].
February 3, 1933 Luxury Liner
February 10, 1933 The Sign of the Cross
February 17, 1933 Hello Everybody
February 17, 1933 The Woman Accused
February 24, 1933 Crime of the Century
February 24, 1933 From Hell to Heaven
March 3, 1933 A Lady's Profession
March 10, 1933 King of the Jungle
March 17, 1933 Strictly Personal
March 24, 1933 Murders in the Zoo
March 24, 1933 Pick Up
March 31, 1933 M
April 7, 1933 Under the Tonto Rim
April 14, 1933 Terror Aboard
April 21, 1933 A Bedtime Story
April 28, 1933 Song of the Eagle
May 5, 1933 Supernatural
May 12, 1933 The Story of Temple Drake
May 19, 1933 The Eagle and the Hawk
May 26, 1933 The Girl in 419
May 26, 1933 Sunset Pass
June 2, 1933 International House
June 9, 1933 I Love That Man
June 16, 1933 Jennie Gerhardt
June 23, 1933 College Humor
June 30, 1933 Gambling Ship
July 7, 1933 Disgraced
July 14, 1933 Mama Loves Papa
July 14, 1933 Man of the Forest Reissue title: Challenge of the Frontier.
July 21, 1933 Her Bodyguard
July 28, 1933 Midnight Club
August 4, 1933 Three Cornered Moon
August 11, 1933 Song of Songs
August 18, 1933 Big Executive
August 25, 1933 This Day and Age
September 1, 1933 One Sunday Afternoon
September 8, 1933 Torch Singer
September 15, 1933 To the Last Man Reissue title: Law of Vengeance.
September 22, 1933 Golden Harvest
September 29, 1933 Too Much Harmony
October 6, 1933 I'm No Angel
October 13, 1933 Tillie and Gus
October 20, 1933 The Way to Love
October 27, 1933 Hell and High Water
October 27, 1933 Take a Chance
November 3, 1933 White Woman
November 17, 1933 Cradle Song
November 17, 1933 Duck Soup
November 24, 1933 Sitting Pretty
November 24, 1933 The Thundering Herd Reissue title: Buffalo Stampede.
December 1, 1933 Lone Cowboy
December 8, 1933 Girl Without a Room
December 22, 1933 Alice in Wonderland Based on Alice's Adventures in Wonderland and Through the Looking-Glass by Lewis Carroll.
December 29, 1933 Design for Living
January 5, 1934 Eight Girls in a Boat
January 12, 1934 His Double Life
January 12, 1934 Miss Fane's Baby Is Stolen
January 19, 1934 All of Me Based on the play Chrysalis by Rose Albert Porter.
January 26, 1934 Four Frightened People
January 26, 1934 The Last Round-Up
February 2, 1934 Search for Beauty
February 9, 1934 Six of a Kind
February 16, 1934 Good Dame
February 23, 1934 Bolero
February 23, 1934 No More Women
March 9, 1934 She Made Her Bed
March 16, 1934 Wharf Angel
March 23, 1934 Come On, Marines!
March 30, 1934 Death Takes a Holiday
April 6, 1934 You're Telling Me!
April 13, 1934 The Trumpet Blows
April 20, 1934 Melody in Spring
April 27, 1934 We're Not Dressing
April 27, 1934 The Witching Hour
May 4, 1934 Double Door
May 11, 1934 Private Scandal
May 18, 1934 Thirty Day Princess
May 25, 1934 Murder at the Vanities
June 1, 1934 Little Miss Marker
June 8, 1934 Many Happy Returns
June 15, 1934 The Great Flirtation
June 22, 1934 Here Comes the Groom
June 29, 1934 Shoot the Works
July 6, 1934 Kiss and Make-Up
July 13, 1934 The Old Fashioned Way
July 20, 1934 The Notorious Sophie Lang Followed by two sequels, The Return of Sophie Lang (1936) and Sophie Lang Goes West (1937).
July 27, 1934 Elmer and Elsie
August 3, 1934 Ladies Should Listen
August 10, 1934 She Loves Me Not
August 24, 1934 Crime Without Passion
August 31, 1934 Now and Forever
September 7, 1934 The Scarlet Empress
September 14, 1934 You Belong to Me
September 21, 1934 Belle of the Nineties
September 21, 1934 Wagon Wheels Reissue title: Caravans West. Remake of Fighting Caravans (1931).
September 28, 1934 The Lemon Drop Kid
October 5, 1934 Cleopatra Academy Award nominee for Best Picture.
October 12, 1934 Ready for Love
October 19, 1934 Mrs. Wiggs of the Cabbage Patch
October 26, 1934 Menace
November 9, 1934 Limehouse Blues
November 16, 1934 The Pursuit of Happiness
November 23, 1934 College Rhythm
November 30, 1934 It's a Gift
December 7, 1934 Behold My Wife!
December 14, 1934 One Hour Late
December 21, 1934 Father Brown, Detective Based on "The Blue Cross," by G. K. Chesterton.
December 21, 1934 Home on the Range
December 28, 1934 Here Is My Heart
January 11, 1935 The President Vanishes
January 18, 1935 The Lives of a Bengal Lancer Academy Award nominee for Best Picture.
January 25, 1935 The Gilded Lily
February 1, 1935 Wings in the Dark
February 8, 1935 Rocky Mountain Mystery Reissue title: The Fighting Westerner.
February 15, 1935 Rumba
February 22, 1935 All the King's Horses Based on play by Lawrence Clark and Max Giersberg and by Frederick Herendeen and Edward Horan.
March 1, 1935 Car 99
March 8, 1935 Ruggles of Red Gap Academy Award nominee for Best Picture.
March 15, 1935 Love in Bloom
March 22, 1935 Mississippi
March 29, 1935 McFadden's Flats
April 12, 1935 Hold 'Em Yale
April 19, 1935 Four Hours to Kill
April 19, 1935 Private Worlds
April 26, 1935 Stolen Harmony
May 3, 1935 The Devil Is a Woman
May 17, 1935 Goin' to Town
May 24, 1935 People Will Talk
May 31, 1935 The Glass Key
June 7, 1935 The Scoundrel
June 21, 1935 College Scandal
June 28, 1935 Men Without Names
July 5, 1935 Paris in Spring
July 19, 1935 Shanghai
July 26, 1935 Man on the Flying Trapeze
July 26, 1935 Smart Girl
August 2, 1935 Every Night at Eight
August 9, 1935 This Woman Is Mine
August 16, 1935 Without Regret
August 23, 1935 Hop-a-Long Cassidy First film in Paramount's Hopalong Cassidy series. Reissued by Screen Guild Productions in 1946 as Hopalong Cassidy Enters.
August 23, 1935 Accent on Youth
August 30, 1935 Here Comes Cookie
September 6, 1935 Annapolis Farewell
September 13, 1935 Two for Tonight
September 20, 1935 The Big Broadcast of 1936
September 20, 1935 Wanderer of the Wasteland
September 27, 1935 The Virginia Judge
October 4, 1935 Little America
October 4, 1935 Two-Fisted
October 11, 1935 The Last Outpost
October 18, 1935 Hands Across the Table
October 25, 1935 The Crusades
October 25, 1935 The Eagle's Brood The second Hopalong Cassidy film.
October 25, 1935 Wings Over Ethiopia Swiss documentary about the African country Ethiopia. Intended as a travelogue, the film was picked up by Paramount due to the outbreak of the Second Italo-Ethiopian War in October 1935.
November 1, 1935 Ship Cafe
November 8, 1935 Peter Ibbetson
November 15, 1935 Mary Burns, Fugitive
November 22, 1935 So Red the Rose
November 29, 1935 Coronado
November 29, 1935 Nevada
December 13, 1935 Bar 20 Rides Again The third Hopalong Cassidy film.
December 13, 1935 Millions in the Air
December 20, 1935 Scrooge Based on A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens.
December 27, 1935 Collegiate
January 3, 1936 The Bride Comes Home
January 10, 1936 Rose of the Rancho
January 17, 1936 Her Master's Voice
January 17, 1936 Soak the Rich
January 24, 1936 Anything Goes
January 31, 1936 Timothy's Quest
February 7, 1936 The Milky Way
February 14, 1936 Drift Fence Reissue title: Texas Desperadoes.
February 14, 1936 Woman Trap
February 21, 1936 Klondike Annie
February 28, 1936 Desire
February 28, 1936 The Preview Murder Mystery
March 6, 1936 Call of the Prairie The fourth Hopalong Cassidy film.
March 6, 1936 Give Us This Night
March 13, 1936 F-Man
March 13, 1936 The Trail of the Lonesome Pine Paramount’s first feature filmed in the three-strip Technicolor process and said to be the first Technicolor feature shot on location.
March 20, 1936 Too Many Parents
March 27, 1936 Desert Gold Reissue title: Desert Storm.
March 27, 1936 Thirteen Hours by Air
April 3, 1936 Big Brown Eyes
April 10, 1936 The Moon's Our Home
April 17, 1936 The Sky Parade
April 17, 1936 Till We Meet Again
April 24, 1936 Three on the Trail The fifth Hopalong Cassidy film.
May 1, 1936 Florida Special
May 8, 1936 The Case Against Mrs. Ames
May 15, 1936 Fatal Lady
May 15, 1936 Forgotten Faces Presumed lost.
May 22, 1936 The Princess Comes Home
May 29, 1936 Border Flight
June 5, 1936 Early to Bed
June 5, 1936 Palm Springs
June 12, 1936 Girl of the Ozarks
June 19, 1936 And Sudden Death
June 19, 1936 Poppy
June 26, 1936 The Arizona Raiders Reissue title: Bad Men of Arizona
June 26, 1936 Three Cheers for Love
July 3, 1936 The Return of Sophie Lang Sequel to 1934's The Notorious Sophie Lang. Followed by Sophie Lang Goes West in 1937.
July 10, 1936 Spendthrift
July 24, 1936 Heart of the West The sixth Hopalong Cassidy film.
July 24, 1936 Yours for the Asking
July 31, 1936 Rhythm on the Range
July 31, 1936 A Son Comes Home
August 7, 1936 My American Wife
August 14, 1936 I'd Give My Life
August 21, 1936 Hollywood Boulevard
August 28, 1936 Straight from the Shoulder
August 28, 1936 The Texas Rangers
September 4, 1936 The General Died at Dawn
September 4, 1936 Lady Be Careful
September 11, 1936 Three Married Men
September 18, 1936 Wives Never Know
September 25, 1936 Murder with Pictures
October 2, 1936 Valiant Is the Word for Carrie
October 9, 1936 The Big Broadcast of 1937
October 9, 1936 Wedding Present
October 16, 1936 Hopalong Cassidy Returns The seventh Hopalong Cassidy film.
October 23, 1936 The Accusing Finger
October 30, 1936 Rose Bowl
November 6, 1936 Along Came Love
November 3, 1936 Easy to Take
November 13, 1936 Go West, Young Man
November 20, 1936 Hideaway Girl
November 27, 1936 The Jungle Princess *
December 4, 1936 Arizona Mahoney Reissue title: Arizona Thunderbolt
December 11, 1936 Trail Dust The eighth Hopalong Cassidy film.
December 18, 1936 Let's Make a Million
December 25, 1936 College Holiday
January 1, 1937 The Plainsman
January 8, 1937 Mind Your Own Business
January 22, 1937 Bulldog Drummond Escapes The first in Paramount’s series of eight Bulldog Drummond films, released between 1937 and 1939.
January 22, 1937 A Doctor's Diary
January 29, 1937 Champagne Waltz
February 5, 1937 Outcast
February 12, 1937 Clarence
February 19, 1937 Maid of Salem
February 26, 1937 Borderland The ninth Hopalong Cassidy film.
February 26, 1937 John Meade's Woman
March 5, 1937 Murder Goes to College Followed by Partners in Crime, released in October.
March 12, 1937 The Crime Nobody Saw
March 12, 1937 Swing High, Swing Low
March 19, 1937 Her Husband Lies
March 26, 1937 Waikiki Wedding
April 2, 1937 The Girl from Scotland Yard
April 9, 1937 Internes Can't Take Money The first Dr. Kildare film and the only one made by Paramount. The series was continued by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer in 1940.
April 16, 1937 Hills of Old Wyoming The tenth Hopalong Cassidy film.
April 23, 1937 King of Gamblers
April 30, 1937 Make Way for Tomorrow
May 14, 1937 Turn Off the Moon
May 21, 1937 Night of Mystery
May 28, 1937 I Met Him in Paris
June 4, 1937 Hotel Haywire
June 11, 1937 The Last Train from Madrid
June 18, 1937 Mountain Music
June 25, 1937 The Great Gambini
June 25, 1937 North of the Rio Grande The eleventh Hopalong Cassidy film.
July 2, 1937 Forlorn River Reissue title: River of Destiny.
July 2, 1937 Midnight Madonna
July 9, 1937 Wild Money
July 23, 1937 Rustlers' Valley The twelfth Hopalong Cassidy film.
July 30, 1937 Easy Living
July 30, 1937 Exclusive
August 6, 1937 Blonde Trouble
August 13, 1937 Artists and Models
August 20, 1937 She's No Lady
August 27, 1937 On Such a Night
September 3, 1937 Hopalong Rides Again The thirteenth Hopalong Cassidy film.
September 3, 1937 Souls at Sea
September 10, 1937 She Asked for It
September 10, 1937 Sophie Lang Goes West Paramount's third and last Sophie Lang film, following The Notorious Sophie Lang (1934) and The Return of Sophie Lang (1936).
September 17, 1937 Double or Nothing
September 24, 1937 Bulldog Drummond Comes Back The second film in Paramount's Bulldog Drummond series.
October 1, 1937 High, Wide and Handsome
October 8, 1937 Partners in Crime Sequel to Murder Goes to College, (1937).
October 15, 1937 This Way Please
October 22, 1937 Thunder Trail Reissue title: Thunder Pass.
October 29, 1937 Angel
November 5, 1937 Hold 'Em Navy
November 12, 1937 The Barrier
November 19, 1937 Blossoms on Broadway
November 19, 1937 Night Club Scandal
November 26, 1937 Ebb Tide
November 26, 1937 Texas Trail The fourteenth Hopalong Cassidy film.
December 3, 1937 Love on Toast
December 10, 1937 Born to the West Reissue title: Hell Town.
December 17, 1937 Daughter of Shanghai
December 24, 1937 True Confession
December 31, 1937 Wells Fargo
January 7, 1938 Bulldog Drummond's Revenge The third film in Paramount's Bulldog Drummond series.
January 14, 1938 Every Day's a Holiday
January 21, 1938 Thrill of a Lifetime
January 28, 1938 Partners of the Plains The fifteenth Hopalong Cassidy film.
February 4, 1938 The Buccaneer[N 4]
February 11, 1938 Scandal Street
February 18, 1938 The Big Broadcast of 1938
February 25, 1938 Cassidy of Bar 20 The sixteenth Hopalong Cassidy film.
March 4, 1938 Romance in the Dark
March 11, 1938 Dangerous to Know
March 18, 1938 Bulldog Drummond's Peril The fourth film in Paramount's Bulldog Drummond series.
March 25, 1938 Bluebeard's Eighth Wife
April 1, 1938 Tip-Off Girls
April 15, 1938 Her Jungle Love
April 22, 1938 Heart of Arizona The seventeenth Hopalong Cassidy film.
April 29, 1938 College Swing
May 6, 1938 Dr. Rhythm
May 13, 1938 Stolen Heaven
May 20, 1938 Cocoanut Grove
May 27, 1938 Hunted Men
June 10, 1938 You and Me
June 17, 1938 Prison Farm
June 24, 1938 Bar 20 Justice The eighteenth Hopalong Cassidy film.
July 8, 1938 Pride of the West The nineteenth Hopalong Cassidy film.
July 22, 1938 Booloo
July 22, 1938 Tropic Holiday
July 29, 1938 Professor Beware
August 5, 1938 Bulldog Drummond in Africa The fifth film in Paramount's Bulldog Drummond series.
August 12, 1938 The Texans
August 19, 1938 Give Me a Sailor
August 26, 1938 Spawn of the North
September 2, 1938 Sing You Sinners
September 9, 1938 In Old Mexico The twentieth Hopalong Cassidy film.
September 16, 1938 Sons of the Legion
September 23, 1938 Campus Confessions
September 30, 1938 King of Alcatraz
October 7, 1938 Touchdown, Army
October 14, 1938 The Arkansas Traveler
October 21, 1938 The Mysterious Rider Reissue title: Mark of the Avenger.
October 28, 1938 Men with Wings
November 4, 1938 Illegal Traffic
November 11, 1938 If I Were King
November 18, 1938 Thanks for the Memory
November 25, 1938 Arrest Bulldog Drummond The sixth film in Paramount's Bulldog Drummond series.
November 25, 1938 Say It in French
December 2, 1938 Little Orphan Annie Based on the comic strip Little Orphan Annie, by Harold Gray.
December 9, 1938 Ride a Crooked Mile
December 16, 1938 The Frontiersmen The twenty-first Hopalong Cassidy film.
December 23, 1938 Tom Sawyer, Detective Based on the novel, by Mark Twain.
December 30, 1938 Artists and Models Abroad
January 6, 1939 Disbarred
January 13, 1939 Zaza
January 20, 1939 Ambush
January 27, 1939 Paris Honeymoon
February 3, 1939 St. Louis Blues
February 10, 1939 Persons in Hiding
February 17, 1939 Boy Trouble Followed by Night Work, released in August.
February 24, 1939 ...One Third of a Nation Based on the play presented by the Federal Theatre Project.
February 24, 1939 Sunset Trail The twenty-second Hopalong Cassidy film.
March 3, 1939 Cafe Society
March 10, 1939 The Beachcomber Original British title: Vessel of Wrath.
March 17, 1939 King of Chinatown
March 24, 1939 Midnight
March 31, 1939 Silver on the Sage The twenty-third Hopalong Cassidy film.
March 31, 1939 Sudden Money
April 7, 1939 I'm from Missouri
April 14, 1939 Bulldog Drummond's Secret Police The seventh film in Paramount's Bulldog Drummond series.
April 14, 1939 Never Say Die
April 21, 1939 Back Door to Heaven
April 28, 1939 The Lady's from Kentucky
May 5, 1939 Union Pacific
May 12, 1939 Hotel Imperial
May 19, 1939 Some Like It Hot reissue title: Rhythm Romance.
May 26, 1939 Stolen Life remade by Warner Bros. as A Stolen Life (1946).
May 26, 1939 Unmarried
June 2, 1939 The Gracie Allen Murder Case based on the novel by S. S. Van Dine.
June 9, 1939 Undercover Doctor
June 16, 1939 Invitation to Happiness
June 23, 1939 Grand Jury Secrets
June 23, 1939 Heritage of the Desert reissue title: Heritage of the Plains.
June 30, 1939 Bulldog Drummond's Bride The eighth and last film in Paramount's Bulldog Drummond series.
July 7, 1939 Man About Town
July 14, 1939 Million Dollar Legs
July 21, 1939 The Magnificent Fraud
July 28, 1939 Island of Lost Men
August 4, 1939 Night Work sequel to Boy Trouble (1939).
August 11, 1939 Our Leading Citizen
August 18, 1939 The Renegade Trail The twenty-fourth Hopalong Cassidy film.
August 18, 1939 This Man Is News Sequel to this British comedy, This Man in Paris, was released by Paramount in Great Britain in 1939, but did not receive American distribution until it appeared through Monogram in 1942 as Shadows of the Underworld.
August 25, 1939 The Star Maker
September 1, 1939 Death of a Champion
September 8, 1939 Range War The twenty-fifth Hopalong Cassidy film.
September 15, 1939 Beau Geste
September 22, 1939 $1,000 a Touchdown
September 29, 1939 Honeymoon in Bali
October 6, 1939 What a Life The first of Paramount's Aldrich Family comedies.
October 13, 1939 Jamaica Inn
October 20, 1939 Television Spy
October 27, 1939 Disputed Passage
November 3, 1939 Law of the Pampas The twenty-sixth Hopalong Cassidy film.
November 10, 1939 The Cat and the Canary
November 17, 1939 Rulers of the Sea
November 24, 1939 Our Neighbors — The Carters
December 1, 1939 The Night of Nights
December 8, 1939 The Llano Kid
December 15, 1939 All Women Have Secrets
December 22, 1939 Gulliver's Travels* The first animated feature film from Fleischer Studios. Based on the novel by Jonathan Swift.
December 29, 1939 The Great Victor Herbert

1940s[edit]

Release Date Title Notes
January 5, 1940 Emergency Squad
January 19, 1940 Remember the Night
January 26, 1940 Santa Fe Marshal
February 2, 1940 Parole Fixer
March 1, 1940 Seventeen
March 8, 1940 Adventure in Diamonds
March 8, 1940 The Showdown
March 15, 1940 Women Without Names
March 22, 1940 Road to Singapore The first of the Bob Hope-Bing Crosby Road films.
March 29, 1940 The Farmer's Daughter
April 12, 1940 Dr. Cyclops
April 17, 1940 The Light of Western Stars
April 28, 1940 French Without Tears
May 10, 1940 Opened by Mistake
May 17, 1940 Typhoon
May 24, 1940 The Biscuit Eater
May 31, 1940 Buck Benny Rides Again
June 7, 1940 Hidden Gold
June 14, 1940 Safari
June 21, 1940 The Ghost Breakers
June 28, 1940 Queen of the Mob
July 5, 1940 The Way Of All Flesh
July 12, 1940 Stagecoach War
July 14, 1940 Those Were The Days!
July 24, 1940 Untamed
August 2, 1940 Golden Gloves
August 9, 1940 Mystery Sea Raider
August 16, 1940 Comin' Round The Mountain
August 23, 1940 The Great McGinty
September 6, 1940 Rhythm on the River
September 20, 1940 I Want a Divorce
September 27, 1940 Rangers of Fortune
October 11, 1940 Cherokee Strip
October 16, 1940 Arise, My Love
October 16, 1940 The Quarterback
October 18, 1940 Christmas in July
October 22, 1940 North West Mounted Police
November 1, 1940 Dancing on a Dime
November 15, 1940 Three Men From Texas
December 3, 1940 Second Chorus
December 6, 1940 A Night At Earl Carroll's
December 11, 1940 Moon Over Burma
December 13, 1940 The Texas Rangers Ride Again
December 21, 1940 Victory
December 27, 1940 Love Thy Neighbor
January 10, 1941 Doomed Caravan
January 24, 1941 Life With Henry
January 28, 1941 Virginia
February 14, 1941 The Mad Doctor
February 19, 1941 You're The One
February 28, 1941 The Monster and the Girl
March 14, 1941 In Old Colorado
March 21, 1941 The Lady Eve
March 26, 1941 I Wanted Wings
March 28, 1941 Las Vegas Nights
April 4, 1941 The Roundup
April 11, 1941 Road to Zanzibar The second of the Road films
April 18, 1941 Border Vigilantes
May 2, 1941 Reaching for the Sun
May 23, 1941 Pirates on Horseback
June 4, 1941 Power Dive
June 8, 1941 The Hard-Boiled Canary
June 13, 1941 One Night in Lisbon
June 20, 1941 West Point Widow
July 4, 1941 Caught in the Draft
July 11, 1941 Forced Landing
July 18, 1941 The Shepherd of the Hills
July 25, 1941 The Parson of Panamint
August 1, 1941 Kiss the Boys Goodbye
August 8, 1941 Wide Open Town
August 21, 1941 World Premiere
August 27, 1941 Aloma Of The South Seas
August 29, 1941 Flying Blind
September 17, 1941 Riders of the Timberline
September 17, 1941 Stick to Your Guns
September 26, 1941 Hold Back the Dawn
September 29, 1941 Twilight of the Trail
October 3, 1941 Buy Me That Town
October 10, 1941 Nothing But the Truth
October 24, 1941 Henry Aldrich for President
October 31, 1941 New York Town
November 1, 1941 Outlaws of the Desert
November 7, 1941 Birth of the Blues
November 15, 1941 Secrets of the Wasteland
November 21, 1941 Skylark
November 28, 1941 The Night of January 16th
December 1, 1941 No Hands on the Clock
December 5, 1941 Glamour Boy
December 5, 1941 Mr. Bug Goes to Town The Fleischer's final animated feature film.
December 10, 1941 Bahama Passage
December 19, 1941 Among the Living
December 31, 1941 Louisiana Purchase
December 31, 1941 Pacific Blackout
January 19, 1942 Fly-by-Night
January 24, 1942 The Fleet's In
January 24, 1942 The Lady Has Plans
January 24, 1942 Torpedo Boat
January 28, 1942 Sullivan's Travels
March 5, 1942 The Remarkable Andrew
March 18, 1942 Reap the Wild Wind
March 21, 1942 True to the Army
April 4, 1942 My Favorite Blonde
April 29, 1942 The Great Man's Lady
May 6, 1942 Take a Letter, Darling
May 9, 1942 Dr. Broadway
May 13, 1942 This Gun for Hire
June 5, 1942 Henry and Dizzy
June 13, 1942 Tombstone, the Town Too Tough to Die
June 15, 1942 Are Husbands Necessary?
June 16, 1942 I Live on Danger
June 25, 1942 Beyond the Blue Horizon
July 1, 1942 Night in New Orleans
July 13, 1942 Sweater Girl
July 23, 1942 Priorities on Parade
August 4, 1942 Holiday Inn The Holiday Inn hotel chain was named after this film. Introduced the Academy Award for Best Original Song, White Christmas, by Irving Berlin and performed by Bing Crosby.
August 11, 1942 Wake Island
September 3, 1942 Wildcat
September 16, 1942 The Major and the Minor
September 1942 Henry Aldrich, Editor
October 3, 1942 Street of Chance
October 21, 1942 The Forest Rangers
October 23, 1942 The Glass Key
October 1942 Mrs. Wiggs of the Cabbage Patch
November 7, 1942 My Heart Belongs to Daddy
November 7, 1942 The Palm Beach Story
November 7, 1942 Wrecking Crew
November 10, 1942 Road to Morocco The third of the Road films
November 16, 1942 Lucky Jordan
November 24, 1942 The Day Will Dawn
December 2, 1942 Star Spangled Rhythm
1943 Tornado
January 1943 No Time for Love
January 2, 1943 Lady Bodyguard
January 4, 1943 Happy Go Lucky
March 17, 1943 Salute for Three
March 20, 1943 Aerial Gunner
March 27, 1943 High Explosive
April 21, 1943 China
April 30, 1943 Henry Aldrich Gets Glamour
May 4, 1943 Five Graves to Cairo
May 31, 1943 Night Plane from Chungking
June 23, 1943 Dixie
June 23, 1943 Henry Aldrich Swings It
June 24, 1943 Alaska Highway
June 28, 1943 Submarine Alert
July 14, 1943 For Whom the Bell Tolls Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
August 5, 1943 Let's Face It!
August 11, 1943 The Good Fellows
September 9, 1943 So Proudly We Hail!
October 11, 1943 Hostages
November 10, 1943 Henry Aldrich Haunts a House
November 10, 1943 Minesweeper
November 11, 1943 Riding High
December 17, 1943 Caribbean Romance
December 24, 1943 True to Life
January 7, 1944 Standing Room Only
January 13, 1944 Henry Aldrich, Boy Scout
January 13, 1944 Timber Queen
January 19, 1944 The Miracle of Morgan's Creek[N 4]
February 10, 1944 Lady in the Dark
February 10, 1944 The Uninvited
February 26, 1944 The Navy Way
February 28, 1944 You Can't Ration Love
April 25, 1944 And the Angels Sing
April 26, 1944 The Hitler Gang
April 27, 1944 Gambler's Choice
April 1944 Henry Aldrich Plays Cupid
May 3, 1944 Going My Way Winner of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
May 10, 1944 The Hour Before Dawn
July 4, 1944 The Story of Dr. Wassell
August 9, 1944 Hail the Conquering Hero
August 15, 1944 I Love a Soldier
August 30, 1944 Till We Meet Again
September 2, 1944 Our Hearts Were Young and Gay
September 5, 1944 Rainbow Island
September 6, 1944 Double Indemnity
September 6, 1944 The Great Moment
September 20, 1944 Frenchman's Creek
September 1944 Dark Mountain
October 16, 1944 Ministry of Fear
November 22, 1944 And Now Tomorrow
November 24, 1944 One Body Too Many
December 18, 1944 Dangerous Passage
December 18, 1944 Double Exposure
December 18, 1944 Here Come the Waves
December 20, 1944 Practically Yours
January 19, 1945 The Man in Half Moon Street
February 1945 High Powered
March 28, 1945 The Affairs of Susan
March 30, 1945 Bring on the Girls
April 16, 1945 A Medal for Benny
April 25, 1945 Salty O'Rourke
May 12, 1945 The Unseen
June 22, 1945 Scared Stiff
June 23, 1945 Murder, He Says
July 4, 1945 You Came Along
July 13, 1945 Out of This World
July 27, 1945 Midnight Manhunt
August 31, 1945 Incendiary Blonde
September 28, 1945 Duffy's Tavern
October 26, 1945 Love Letters
November 16, 1945 The Lost Weekend Winner of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
November 23, 1945 Hold That Blonde
December 3, 1945 Masquerade in Mexico
December 14, 1945 Follow That Woman
December 28, 1945 The Stork Club*
January 11, 1946 People Are Funny
January 25, 1946 Kitty
February 8, 1946 Tokyo Rose
March 8, 1946 Miss Susie Slagle's
March 12, 1946 To Each His Own
March 22, 1946 Road to Utopia The fourth Road film, filmed and produced in 1943.
April 19, 1946 The Blue Dahlia
May 3, 1946 They Made Me a Killer
May 5, 1946 The Virginian
May 17, 1946 The Well-Groomed Bride
May 26, 1946 O.S.S.
June 5, 1946 The Bride Wore Boots
June 14, 1946 Our Hearts Were Growing Up
June 28, 1946 Hot Cargo
July 24, 1946 The Strange Love of Martha Ivers *
August 9, 1946 The Searching Wind
August 24, 1946 Brief Encounter
September 4, 1946 Monsieur Beaucaire
September 6, 1946 Swamp Fire
October 16, 1946 Blue Skies
November 22, 1946 Two Years Before the Mast
January 10, 1947 Cross My Heart
January 24, 1947 The Perfect Marriage
February 7, 1947 Ladies' Man
February 13, 1947 Suddenly, It's Spring
February 21, 1947 California
February 27, 1947 I Cover Big Town
March 7, 1947 Easy Come, Easy Go
March 28, 1947 Seven Were Saved
April 4, 1947 My Favorite Brunette *
April 18, 1947 Fear in the Night
April 23, 1947 Calcutta
April 25, 1947 The Imperfect Lady
May 2, 1947 Blaze of Noon
May 22, 1947 Great Expectations
May 23, 1947 Big Town
June 10, 1947 Dear Ruth
June 13, 1947 Welcome Stranger
June 20, 1947 Danger Street
June 25, 1947 The Trouble with Women
July 4, 1947 The Perils of Pauline *
August 13, 1947 Adventure Island
August 15, 1947 Desert Fury
August 22, 1947 Jungle Flight
August 27, 1947 Golden Earrings
August 29, 1947 Variety Girl
September 26, 1947 Wild Harvest
October 10, 1947 Unconquered
November 21, 1947 Where There's Life
December 12, 1947 Big Town After Dark
December 25, 1947 Road to Rio[N 5] The fifth Road film
January 16, 1948 I Walk Alone
February 20, 1948 Albuquerque
March 5, 1948 Caged Fury
March 26, 1948 Mr. Reckless
March 31, 1948 Saigon
April 9, 1948 The Big Clock
April 19, 1948 Hatter's Castle
April 30, 1948 The Sainted Sisters
May 14, 1948 Speed to Spare
May 27, 1948 Big Town Scandal
May 28, 1948 Hazard
June 11, 1948 Shaggy
June 25, 1948 Waterfront at Midnight
June 30, 1948 A Foreign Affair
July 2, 1948 The Emperor Waltz
July 27, 1948 Dream Girl
August 3, 1948 Beyond Glory
August 6, 1948 So Evil My Love
September 1, 1948 Sorry, Wrong Number[N 4]
September 29, 1948 Hamlet
October 6, 1948 Isn't It Romantic?
October 13, 1948 Night Has a Thousand Eyes
November 5, 1948 Sealed Verdict
November 19, 1948 Miss Tatlock's Millions
December 3, 1948 Disaster
December 9, 1948 Whispering Smith
December 24, 1948 The Paleface
January 14, 1949 The Accused
January 18, 1949 Dynamite
February 2, 1949 My Own True Love
March 4, 1949 Alias Nick Beal
April 7, 1949 Bride of Vengeance
April 22, 1949 A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court
May 25, 1949 Manhandled
May 27, 1949 Streets of Laredo
July 4, 1949 Sorrowful Jones
July 13, 1949 The Great Gatsby
July 22, 1949 Special Agent
August 3, 1949 Rope of Sand
August 5, 1949 El Paso
August 31, 1949 Top o' the Morning
September 5, 1949 Red, Hot and Blue
October 6, 1949 The Heiress Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
October 14, 1949 My Friend Irma
October 28, 1949 Song of Surrender Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
November 3, 1949 Chicago Deadline[N 6]
November 15, 1949 Dear Wife
November 23, 1949 The Great Lover
December 21, 1949 Samson and Delilah

1950s[edit]

Release Date Title Notes
January 18, 1950 The File on Thelma Jordon
February 2, 1950 Captain China
February 15, 1950 Paid in Full
February 21, 1950 No Man of Her Own
February 21, 1950 Captain Carey, U.S.A.
April 12, 1950 Riding High
May 30, 1950 The Eagle and the Hawk
June 1, 1950 The Lawless
July 4, 1950 My Friend Irma Goes West
July 19, 1950 Fancy Pants
August 10, 1950 Sunset Boulevard Starring Gloria Swanson as Norma Desmond. Nominated for 11 Academy Awards, including Best Picture.
August 16, 1950 The Furies
October 3, 1950 Cassino to Korea
October 4, 1950 Union Station
October 10, 1950 Trio
October 17, 1950 Dark City
October 18, 1950 September Affair
November 9, 1950 Tripoli
November 15, 1950 Copper Canyon
November 29, 1950 Let's Dance
December 8, 1950 Mr. Music
December 23, 1950 Branded
December 23, 1950 The Goldbergs
January 12, 1951 The Mating Season
January 17, 1951 At War with the Army *
March 15, 1951 The Redhead and the Cowboy
March 15, 1951 Quebec
April 2, 1951 The Lemon Drop Kid[N 5]
April 4, 1951 The Last Outpost
April 7, 1951 The Great Missouri Raid
May 9, 1951 Appointment with Danger
May 30, 1951 Dear Brat
May 31, 1951 That's My Boy
June 29, 1951 Ace in the Hole
July 18, 1951 Peking Express
August 8, 1951 Darling, How Could You!
August 14, 1951 A Place in the Sun Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
August 30, 1951 Passage West
August 1951 When Worlds Collide!
September 20, 1951 Here Comes the Groom
September 27, 1951 Rhubarb
November 6, 1951 Detective Story
November 22, 1951 Warpath
November 1951 Red Mountain
December 1, 1951 Silver City
December 6, 1951 Crosswinds
December 25, 1951 My Favorite Spy
January 10, 1952 The Greatest Show on Earth Winner of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
January 18, 1952 Submarine Command
January 12, 1952 Hong Kong
February 9, 1952 Sailor Beware
February 1952 Flaming Feather
March 7, 1952 Something to Live For
April 1, 1952 Aaron Slick from Punkin Crick
April 2, 1952 Encore
April 3, 1952 Anything Can Happen
April 8, 1952 My Son John
May 1, 1952 The Atomic City
May 16, 1952 Denver and Rio Grande
June 11, 1952 Jumping Jacks
July 14, 1952 Son of Paleface[N 5]
July 17, 1952 Carrie
September 24, 1952 Somebody Loves Me
September 1952 The Savage
September 1952 Caribbean Gold
October 3, 1952 Hurricane Smith
October 8, 1952 Just for You
November 15, 1952 The Turning Point
November 19, 1952 Road to Bali * The sixth of the Road films, and the last to be distributed by Paramount.
December 24, 1952 Come Back, Little Sheba
December 31, 1952 The Stooge
December 1952 The Blazing Forest
January 1953 Tropic Zone
February 3, 1953 Thunder in the East
March 11, 1953 The Stars Are Singing
March 26, 1953 Off Limits
April 1, 1953 The Girls of Pleasure Island
April 22, 1953 Jamaica Run
April 23, 1953 Shane Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
April 27, 1953 Scared Stiff
May 27, 1953 Sangaree
June 3, 1953 The Vanquished
June 5, 1953 Pony Express
July 1, 1953 Stalag 17
July 2, 1953 Houdini
August 3, 1953 Arrowhead
August 10, 1953 The Caddy
August 26, 1953 The War of the Worlds
September 2, 1953 Roman Holiday Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
September 21, 1953 Little Boy Lost
October 7, 1953 Botany Bay
October 16, 1953 Those Redheads from Seattle
October 22, 1953 Here Come the Girls
November 21, 1953 Flight to Tangier
November 24, 1953 Cease Fire
November 28, 1953 Forever Female
December 31, 1953 Money from Home
January 27, 1954 Alaska Seas
February 12, 1954 Jivaro
March 3, 1954 The Naked Jungle
March 26, 1954 Red Garters
April 7, 1954 Casanova's Big Night
April 14, 1954 Knock on Wood
April 21, 1954 Elephant Walk
June 6, 1954 Secret of the Incas
July 23, 1954 Living It Up
August 1, 1954 Rear Window[N 7][3]
August 3, 1954 About Mrs. Leslie
September 22, 1954 Sabrina
October 14, 1954 White Christmas Paramount's first film released in "VistaVision," the studio's wide-screen film format.
January 20, 1955 The Bridges at Toko-Ri
March 25, 1955 Strategic Air Command
March 30, 1955 Mambo
April 20, 1955 Conquest of Space
April 29, 1955 Run for Cover
May 6, 1955 Hell's Island
May 17, 1955 The Country Girl Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
May 20, 1955 The Far Horizons
June 23, 1955 The Seven Little Foys[N 5]
July 7, 1955 We're No Angels
July 20, 1955 You're Never Too Young
August 3, 1955 To Catch a Thief directed by Alfred Hitchcock
August 17, 1955 Ulysses
September 1955 The Girl Rush
October 3, 1955 The Trouble with Harry[N 7]
October 5, 1955 The Desperate Hours
October 20, 1955 Lucy Gallant
November 7, 1955 Artists and Models
December 12, 1955 The Rose Tattoo Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
January 27, 1956 The Court Jester
April 22, 1956 The Birds and the Bees
April 1956 Anything Goes
April 1956 The Scarlet Hour
June 1, 1956 The Man Who Knew Too Much[N 7]
June 4, 1956 That Certain Feeling
June 6, 1956 The Leather Saint
June 13, 1956 The Proud and Profane
August 1, 1956 Pardners
August 21, 1956 War and Peace
August 29, 1956 The Vagabond King
October 1, 1956 The Search for Bridey Murphy
October 5, 1956 The Ten Commandments Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture. A remake of the 1923 film, in VistaVision. Annually broadcast by the ABC television network in the United States since 1973, traditionally, the evening before Easter Sunday.
December 6, 1956 Hollywood or Bust 16th and final Martin and Lewis comedy film, all from Paramount.
December 13, 1956 The Rainmaker
February 9, 1957 Three Violent People
February 13, 1957 Funny Face
March 20, 1957 Fear Strikes Out
May 30, 1957 Gunfight at the O.K. Corral
May 1957 The Buster Keaton Story
June 6, 1957 The Delicate Delinquent
June 7, 1957 Beau James
July 9, 1957 Loving You
August 23, 1957 Omar Khayyam
September 26, 1957 The Joker Is Wild
September 1957 Short Cut to Hell
October 4, 1957 The Devil's Hairpin
October 16, 1957 Mister Rock and Roll
October 23, 1957 The Tin Star
October 25, 1957 Spanish Affair
October 1957 Hear Me Good
November 5, 1957 Stowaway Girl
November 10, 1957 The Lonely Man
November 13, 1957 Zero Hour![N 8]
November 27, 1957 The Sad Sack
December 11, 1957 Wild Is the Wind
January 1958 High Hell
March 12, 1958 Desire Under the Elms
March 1958 Country Music Holiday
April 1, 1958 Teacher's Pet
April 7, 1958 St. Louis Blues
May 2, 1958 Another Time, Another Place
May 9, 1958 Vertigo[N 7]
May 21, 1958 Maracaibo
June 1958 The Colossus of New York
June 1958 The Space Children
July 2, 1958 King Creole
July 23, 1958 Rock-A-Bye Baby
August 12, 1958 The Matchmaker
September 12, 1958 The Blob
September 17, 1958 Hot Spell
September 1958 As Young as We Are
September 1958 The Party Crashers
October 1958 I Married a Monster from Outer Space
November 1, 1958 When Hell Broke Loose
November 2, 1958 The Geisha Boy
November 19, 1958 Houseboat
December 1, 1958 The Buccaneer A remake of the 1936 version; filmed in Technicolor and VistaVision.
December 1958 The Hot Angel
January 28, 1959 The Trap
February 12, 1959 The Black Orchid
February 1959 The Young Captives
March 26, 1959 Tempest
April 8, 1959 Thunder in the Sun
June 17, 1959 The Hangman
June 18, 1959 The Five Pennies
June 1959 The Man Who Could Cheat Death
July 3, 1959 Don't Give Up the Ship
July 8, 1959 Tarzan's Greatest Adventure
July 29, 1959 Last Train from Gun Hill
August 19, 1959 But Not for Me
September 11, 1959 That Kind of Woman
October 15, 1959 The Jayhawkers!
December 11, 1959 Li'l Abner Based on the comic strip of the same name

1960s[edit]

Release Date Title Notes
February 4, 1960 Visit to a Small Planet
February 17, 1960 The Big Night
February 17, 1960 Jack the Ripper
March 1, 1960 Heller in Pink Tights
March 15, 1960 5 Branded Women
March 16, 1960 A Touch of Larceny
April 7, 1960 Conspiracy of Hearts
April 29, 1960 Blind Date
May 1960 Prisoner of the Volga
June 1, 1960 Walk Like a Dragon
June 16, 1960 Psycho[N 9] Distribution only
July 10, 1960 The Rat Race
July 20, 1960 The Bellboy
July 20, 1960 Tarzan the Magnificent
July 27, 1960 Circus Stars
August 7, 1960 It Started in Naples
September 2, 1960 The Boy Who Stole a Million
September 15, 1960 Under Ten Flags
October 1960 Santa Claus
November 10, 1960 The World Of Suzie Wong
November 23, 1960 G.I. Blues
December 16, 1960 A Breath of Scandal
December 18, 1960 Cinderfella
February 1, 1961 Blueprint for Robbery
February 15, 1961 The Savage Innocents
February 15, 1961 Foxhole in Cairo
March 22, 1961 All in a Night's Work
March 30, 1961 One-Eyed Jacks *
May 19, 1961 On the Double
June 1, 1961 The Pleasure of His Company
June 21, 1961 In the Wake of a Stranger
June 28, 1961 The Ladies Man
July 12, 1961 Love in a Goldfish Bowl
September 2, 1961 Blood and Roses
September 20, 1961 Man-Trap
October 5, 1961 Breakfast at Tiffany's
November 16, 1961 Summer and Smoke
November 22, 1961 Blue Hawaii
November 28, 1961 The Errand Boy
December 31, 1961 Hey, Let's Twist!
January 31, 1962 The Siege of Syracuse
February 28, 1962 Too Late Blues
March 27, 1962 Forever My Love
March 1962 Brushfire
April 17, 1962 The Counterfeit Traitor
April 22, 1962 The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance
May 23, 1962 Escape from Zahrain
June 13, 1962 My Geisha
June 19, 1962 Hatari!
June 20, 1962 The Pigeon That Took Rome
June 26, 1962 Hell is for Heroes
November 21, 1962 Girls! Girls! Girls!
November 21, 1962 It's Only Money
December 25, 1962 Who's Got the Action?
December 27, 1962 A Girl Named Tamiko
March 6, 1963 Papa's Delicate Condition
March 13, 1963 Wonderful to Be Young[N 10] U.S. distribution only
April 3, 1963 My Six Loves
May 29, 1963 Hud
June 4, 1963 The Nutty Professor
June 5, 1963 Come Blow Your Horn
June 12, 1963 Donovan's Reef
June 1963 Duel of the Titans
August 28, 1963 Paris Pick-up
August 28, 1963 Wives and Lovers
October 17, 1963 All the Way Home
October 30, 1963 A New Kind of Love
November 27, 1963 Fun in Acapulco
November 27, 1963 Who's Minding the Store?
December 25, 1963 Who's Been Sleeping in My Bed?
December 25, 1963 Love with the Proper Stranger
February 12, 1964 Seven Days in May[N 8]
March 11, 1964 Becket Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture
March 26, 1964 The Fall of the Roman Empire
April 8, 1964 Paris When It Sizzles
April 9, 1964 The Carpetbaggers co-production with Embassy Pictures
May 13, 1964 Law of the Lawless
May 13, 1964 Son of Captain Blood
May 28, 1964 Ring of Treason
June 25, 1964 Circus World
June 1964 Robinson Crusoe on Mars
July 8, 1964 Lady in a Cage
August 12, 1964 The Patsy
November 2, 1964 Where Love Has Gone
November 10, 1964 Stage to Thunder Rock
November 11, 1964 Roustabout
December 16, 1964 The Disorderly Orderly
February 10, 1965 Sylvia
February 12, 1965 Walk a Tightrope
February 12, 1965 A Boy Ten Feet Tall
February 28, 1965 Dr. Terror's House of Horrors
February 1965 Young Fury
April 6, 1965 In Harm's Way
April 15, 1965 Crack in the World
May 12, 1965 The Girls on the Beach
May 26, 1965 The Amorous Adventures of Moll Flanders
June 1, 1965 Black Spurs
June 23, 1965 Harlow
July 1, 1965 The Sons of Katie Elder
July 1, 1965 The Family Jewels
July 7, 1965 Town Tamer
August 25, 1965 The Skull
September 22, 1965 The Mad Executioner
September 29, 1965 Beach Ball
September 1965 The Revenge of Spartacus
October 13, 1965 Situation Hopeless ... But Not Serious
November 9, 1965 Red Line 7000
November 24, 1965 Sands of the Kalahari
November 1965 Seven Slaves Against the World
December 16, 1965 The Spy Who Came in from the Cold
December 22, 1965 Boeing Boeing
December 23, 1965 The Slender Thread
December 29, 1965 Apache Uprising
January 1, 1966 Kid Rodelo
January 20, 1966 Judith
February 22, 1966 Promise Her Anything
March 9, 1966 Johnny Reno
April 20, 1966 The Night of the Grizzly
May 25, 1966 The Last of the Secret Agents
May 1966 The Psychopath
June 10, 1966 Nevada Smith co-production with Embassy Pictures
June 14, 1966 The Naked Prey
June 15, 1966 Paradise, Hawaiian Style
June 15, 1966 Assault on a Queen
August 3, 1966 This Property Is Condemned
August 10, 1966 The Idol
August 24, 1966 Alfie Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture
September 1, 1966 Waco
September 29, 1966 Bolshoi Ballet '67
October 5, 1966 Seconds
November 10, 1966 Is Paris Burning?
November 14, 1966 The Swinger
December 22, 1966 Funeral in Berlin
December 28, 1966 Drop Dead Darling
1967 Island of the Lost
January 1, 1967 Red Tomahawk
January 18, 1967 Warning Shot
February 9, 1967 Hurry Sundown
February 15, 1967 Oh Dad, Poor Dad, Mamma's Hung You in the Closet and I'm Feelin' So Sad
March 1, 1967 Hired Killer
March 3, 1967 C'mon, Let's Live a Little
March 12, 1967 The Busy Body
March 22, 1967 Easy Come, Easy Go
May 3, 1967 The Vulture
May 19, 1967 The Deadly Bees
May 25, 1967 Barefoot in the Park
May 1967 Africa Texas Style
June 7, 1967 El Dorado
June 28, 1967 Gunn
June 28, 1967 The Sea Pirate
July 23, 1967 Chuka
July 26, 1967 The Upper Hand
July 1967 The Spirit is Willing
July 1967 Hostile Guns
September 1967 Tarzan and the Great River
September 1967 Two Weeks in September
September 1967 Fort Utah
October 3, 1967 The Penthouse
October 10, 1967 Waterhole #3
October 25, 1967 Gentle Giant
November 1, 1967 The Long Duel
November 1967 The Last Safari
December 18, 1967 The Stranger
December 20, 1967 Smashing Time
December 21, 1967 The President's Analyst
1968 The Omegans
1968 Rogues' Gallery
January 24, 1968 Sebastian
January 1968 Maroc 7
February 20, 1968 Grand Slam
February 20, 1968 Half a Sixpence
February 26, 1968 The Treasure of San Gennaro
March 13, 1968 Up the Junction
March 20, 1968 No Way to Treat a Lady
March 23, 1968 The Diary of an Innocent Boy
March 1968 Arizona Bushwhackers
April 10, 1968 Will Penny
April 1968 Daring Game
May 2, 1968 The Odd Couple
May 10, 1968 Blue
May 28, 1968 The Long Day's Dying
May 1968 Tarzan and the Jungle Boy
May 1968 Project X
May 1968 Only When I Larf
May 1968 Fever Heat
May 1968 Buckskin
May 1968 Danger: Diabolik
June 12, 1968 Rosemary's Baby
June 23, 1968 Inadmissible Evidence
July 17, 1968 Villa Rides
July 23, 1968 Isabel
July 24, 1968 The Strange Affair
July 31, 1968 Five Card Stud
August 14, 1968 Bandits in Milan
August 15, 1968 Targets
September 1, 1968 Anyone Can Play
September 11, 1968 The Bliss of Mrs. Blossom
October 8, 1968 Romeo and Juliet
October 10, 1968 Barbarella
December 19, 1968 Skidoo
December 28, 1968 Up Tight!
December 1968 The Brotherhood
1969 A Talent for Loving
January 15, 1969 Riot
March 9, 1969 If...
March 23, 1969 The Assassination Bureau
April 3, 1969 Goodbye, Columbus
May 15, 1969 Fraulein Doktor
May 28, 1969 Those Daring Young Men in Their Jaunty Jalopies
May 28, 1969 Once Upon a Time in the West
May 1969 Where's Jack?
June 11, 1969 True Grit
June 25, 1969 My Side of the Mountain
June 25, 1969 Hello Down There
August 27, 1969 Medium Cool
September 3, 1969 The Italian Job
September 3, 1969 Ace High
October 3, 1969 Oh! What a Lovely War
October 15, 1969 Paint Your Wagon
October 22, 1969 The Sterile Cuckoo
October 22, 1969 Adalen 31
November 6, 1969 Downhill Racer
November 13, 1969 The Brain

1970s[edit]

Release Date Title Notes
February 8, 1970 The Molly Maguires
February 27, 1970 Tropic of Cancer
March 10, 1970 The Lawyer
March 25, 1970 The Adventurers
May 1970 Connecting Rooms
May 11, 1970 Tell Me That You Love Me, Junie Moon
May 28, 1970 The Out-of-Towners also remade in 1999
June 17, 1970 On a Clear Day You Can See Forever
June 24, 1970 Catch 22
June 24, 1970 Darling Lili
August 10, 1970 Deep End
August 13, 1970 Borsalino
August 19, 1970 WUSA
October 21, 1970 Little Fauss and Big Halsy
October 22, 1970 The Conformist
November 25, 1970 Norwood
December 9, 1970 The Confession
December 16, 1970 Love Story Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
February 12, 1971 The Wishing Machine
March 11, 1971 A New Leaf
March 24, 1971 Friends
March 31, 1971 Waterloo
May 12, 1971 Plaza Suite
June 9, 1971 The Devil's Backbone
June 13, 1971 Unman, Wittering and Zigo
June 30, 1971 Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory[N 8] Distribution only; produced by Wolper Productions.
July 1, 1971 Murphy's War
July 29, 1971 The Red Tent
August 6, 1971 Let's Scare Jessica to Death
August 25, 1971 A Gunfight
September 15, 1971 Been Down So Long It Looks Like Up to Me
September 16, 1971 The Bear and the Doll
October 15, 1971 Kingdom in the Clouds
October 20, 1971 T.R. Baskin
October 24, 1971 Joe Hill
November 24, 1971 Black Beauty US distribution only; produced by Tigon British Film Productions
December 16, 1971 Such Good Friends
December 20, 1971 Harold and Maude
December 22, 1971 Star Spangled Girl
1972 Deadhead Miles
March 17, 1972 The Legend of Nigger Charley
March 24, 1972 The Godfather Winner of the Academy Award for Best Picture. co-production with Albert S. Ruddy Productions
May 4, 1972 Play It Again, Sam
May 24, 1972 The Possession of Joel Delaney
May 24, 1972 Hannie Caulder
May 25, 1972 The Pied Piper
May 25, 1972 Z.P.G.
August 4, 1972 Four Flies on Grey Velvet
August 17, 1972 The Last of the Red Hot Lovers
September 27, 1972 A Separate Peace
October 8, 1972 Bad Company
October 12, 1972 Lady Sings the Blues
December 2, 1972 Brother Sun, Sister Moon
December 12, 1972 Child's Play
January 12, 1973 The First Circle
January 24, 1973 Innocent Bystanders
February 14, 1973 Save the Tiger
March 1, 1973 Charlotte's Web Distribution only; produced by Hanna-Barbera Productions and Sagittarius Productions
March 14, 1973 Fear Is the Key
April 18, 1973 Charley One-Eye
May 9, 1973 Hitler: The Last Ten Days
May 9, 1973 Paper Moon
May 16, 1973 The Soul of Nigger Charley
May 22, 1973 A Doll's House
June 15, 1973 Super Fly T.N.T.
June 20, 1973 A Touch of Class
June 27, 1973 The Friends of Eddie Coyle
July 25, 1973 Badge 373
August 26, 1973 Bang the Drum Slowly
September 18, 1973 Save the Children
September 18, 1973 Hit!
October 18, 1973 The Optimists
October 23, 1973 Jonathan Livingston Seagull
October 31, 1973 Tales That Witness Madness
November 1, 1973 Ash Wednesday
November 14, 1973 Scalawag
November 14, 1973 Hurry Up, or I'll Be 30
December 5, 1973 Serpico
December 9, 1973 Don't Look Now
December 17, 1973 Alfredo, Alfredo
February 27, 1974 Man on a Swing
March 15, 1974 Tough Guys
March 29, 1974 The Great Gatsby co-production with Newdon Productions
April 7, 1974 The Conversation Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture. co-production with American Zoetrope, The Directors Company and The Coppola Company
May 22, 1974 Daisy Miller
June 5, 1974 Malicious
June 12, 1974 Captain Kronos – Vampire Hunter US distribution only, produced by Hammer Film Productions
June 12, 1974 Frankenstein and the Monster from Hell US distribution only, produced by Hammer Film Productions
June 14, 1974 The Parallax View
June 20, 1974 Chinatown Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
July 14, 1974 The Apprenticeship of Duddy Kravitz
July 17, 1974 The Education of Sonny Carson
July 21, 1974 The White Dawn co-production with American Film Properties and Filmways
July 24, 1974 Death Wish US and UK distribution only, co-production with Columbia Pictures and Dino De Laurentiis Productions
August 30, 1974 The Longest Yard
September 1974 The Dove
September 1974 Phase IV
October 1974 The Gambler
October 9, 1974 Shanks
November 7, 1974 The Little Prince
November 13, 1974 The Klansmen
November 24, 1974 Murder on the Orient Express US distribution only, produced by EMI Films
December 20, 1974 The Godfather Part II Winner of the Academy Award for Best Picture. Co-production with The Coppola Company
May 7, 1975 The Day of the Locust
May 16, 1975 Sheila Levine is Dead and Living in New York
June 4, 1975 Posse
June 6, 1975 Bug
June 11, 1975 Nashville Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture. co-production with ABC Entertainment
June 20, 1975 Once Is Not Enough
July 1, 1975 Aladdin and His Magic Lamp Distribution only; produced by Films Jean Image
July 25, 1975 Mandingo co-production with Dino De Laurentiis Productions
August 1975 Framed
September 24, 1975 Three Days of the Condor co-production with Dino De Laurentiis Productions
October 8, 1975 Mahogany co-production with Motown Productions
December 15, 1975 Emmanuelle 2 US distribution only
December 25, 1975 Hustle
April 2, 1976 Lipstick
April 5, 1976 Face to Face
April 7, 1976 The Bad News Bears
May 26, 1976 Won Ton Ton, the Dog Who Saved Hollywood
May 28, 1976 Leadbelly
June 11, 1976 The Tenant
June 23, 1976 The Big Bus
July 23, 1976 Lifeguard
August 4, 1976 Survive!
August 20, 1976 The Shootist US and UK distribution only, co-production with Dino De Laurentiis Productions
September 15, 1976 Bugsy Malone US distribution only; produced by the Rank Organization, Robert Stigwood Organisation and Goodtimes Enterprises
October 4, 1976 The Memory of Justice
October 8, 1976 Marathon Man
November 19, 1976 The Last Tycoon
December 17, 1976 King Kong co-production with Dino De Laurentiis Productions
December 21, 1976 Mikey and Nicky
February 11, 1977 Thieves co-production with Brut Productions
March 9, 1977 Islands in the Stream
March 11, 1977 Black Sunday
June 3, 1977 Fraternity Row
June 24, 1977 Sorcerer International distribution only, co-production with Universal Pictures[N 11]
July 8, 1977 The Bad News Bears in Breaking Training
July 15, 1977 The Shadow of Chikara
July 22, 1977 Orca co-production with Dino De Laurentiis Productions
August 24, 1977 Race for Your Life, Charlie Brown co-production with United Feature Syndicate
September 29, 1977 Handle with Care aka Citizen's Band
October 19, 1977 Looking for Mr. Goodbar
November 4, 1977 1900 US distribution only, co-production with 20th Century Fox and United Artists
November 4, 1977 First Love
December 16, 1977 Saturday Night Fever
January 27, 1978 The Duellists
February 3, 1978 The One and Only
February 15, 1978 The Serpent's Egg co-production with Dino De Laurentiis Productions[N 12]
March 17, 1978 American Hot Wax
April 5, 1978 Pretty Baby
April 14, 1978 Joseph Andrews co-production with United Artists
June 16, 1978 Grease
June 28, 1978 Heaven Can Wait Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
June 30, 1978 The Bad News Bears Go to Japan
July 14, 1978 Foul Play
September 13, 1978 Days of Heaven
September 15, 1978 Up in Smoke
September 29, 1978 Death on the Nile Distribution only; produced by EMI Films[N 10]
October 6, 1978 Goin' South
December 15, 1978 Oliver's Story
December 20, 1978 King of the Gypsies co-production with Dino De Laurentiis Productions
February 9, 1979 The Warriors
March 23, 1979 Real Life
April 12, 1979 Hurricane co-production with Dino De Laurentiis Productions
April 27, 1979 An Almost Perfect Affair
June 8, 1979 Players
June 14, 1979 The Kirlian Witness
June 15, 1979 Prophecy
June 22, 1979 Escape from Alcatraz co-production with The Malpaso Company
June 29, 1979 Meatballs Distribution only; produced by Famous Players and CFDC
June 29, 1979 Bloodline
July 13, 1979 Dance of Death
August 3, 1979 North Dallas Forty
August 10, 1979 Sunburn
October 5, 1979 Starting Over
October 26, 1979 French Postcards
December 7, 1979 Star Trek: The Motion Picture

1980s[edit]

Release Date Title Notes
February 8, 1980 American Gigolo co-production with Jerry Bruckheimer Films
March 20, 1980 Nijinsky co-production with Hera Productions
March 21, 1980 Little Darlings
March 28, 1980 Serial
May 9, 1980 Friday the 13th Nominee of the Razzie Award for Worst Picture. US distribution only, co-production with Warner Bros. Pictures and Sean S. Cunningham Films
May 30, 1980 Bon Voyage, Charlie Brown (and Don't Come Back!!) co-production with United Feature Syndicate
June 2, 1980 The Outsider
June 6, 1980 Urban Cowboy
June 19, 1980 Rough Cut
July 2, 1980 Airplane!
August 1, 1980 The Hunter co-production with Rastar
September 1980 Breaking Glass
September 9, 1980 Phobia
September 19, 1980 Ordinary People Winner of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
October 3, 1980 Coast to Coast
October 10, 1980 The Elephant Man Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture. US distribution only, co-production with EMI Films and Brooksfilms
December 12, 1980 Popeye US distribution only, co-production with Walt Disney Productions
February 11, 1981 My Bloody Valentine
March 20, 1981 The Postman Always Rings Twice[N 8] distribution only; produced by Lorimar
April 3, 1981 Atlantic City Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture. co-production with Selta Films
April 10, 1981 Going Ape!
April 24, 1981 Night School[N 8] distribution only; produced by Lorimar
May 1, 1981 Friday the 13th Part 2
May 5, 1981 Second-Hand Hearts[N 8] distribution only; produced by Lorimar
May 15, 1981 The Fan
June 5, 1981 The Sea Wolves[N 8] distribution only; produced by Lorimar
June 12, 1981 Raiders of the Lost Ark Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
co-production with Lucasfilm
June 26, 1981 Dragonslayer US distribution only, co-production with Walt Disney Productions
July 1, 1981 S.O.B.[N 8] distribution only; produced by Lorimar
July 30, 1981 Escape to Victory[N 8] distribution only; produced by Lorimar
July 1981 Gas
August 7, 1981 Student Bodies
August 21, 1981 First Monday in October
August 28, 1981 Gallipoli
September 18, 1981 Mommie Dearest
October 2, 1981 Paternity
November 20, 1981 Ragtime
December 4, 1981 Reds Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture. co-production with Barclays Mercantile Industrial Finance and JRS Productions
January 29, 1982 Venom
February 12, 1982 Love and Money[N 8] distribution only; produced by Lorimar
March 5, 1982 I'm Dancing as Fast as I Can
April 2, 1982 Some Kind of Hero
April 30, 1982 Partners
May 21, 1982 Fighting Back
June 4, 1982 Star Trek: The Wrath of Khan
June 11, 1982 Grease 2
August 13, 1982 An Officer and a Gentleman co-production with Lorimar
August 13, 1982 Friday the 13th Part III
October 8, 1982 Lookin' to Get Out[N 8] distribution only; produced by Lorimar
October 22, 1982 The Sender
October 1982 Ladies and Gentlemen, The Fabulous Stains
November 19, 1982 Heidi's Song[N 8] distribution only; produced by Hanna-Barbera
December 3, 1982 Jekyll and Hyde... Together Again
December 8, 1982 48 Hrs.
December 10, 1982 Airplane II: The Sequel
December 10, 1982 It Came From Hollywood
February 18, 1983 The Lords of Discipline
March 4, 1983 Baby It's You
April 1, 1983 Man, Woman and Child
April 15, 1983 Flashdance co-production with Polygram Filmed Entertainment
May 6, 1983 Still Smokin'
June 8, 1983 Trading Places co-production with Cinema Group Ventures and Eddie Murphy Productions
July 15, 1983 Staying Alive
August 12, 1983 The Man Who Wasn't There
August 26, 1983 Daniel
September 30, 1983 The Honorary Consul
October 21, 1983 The Dead Zone US distribution only, co-production with Lorimar and Dino De Laurentiis Company
November 4, 1983 Testament
November 18, 1983 Nate and Hayes
December 9, 1983 Terms of Endearment Winner of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
December 16, 1983 Uncommon Valor
December 16, 1983 The Keep
February 17, 1984 Footloose co-production with IndieProd Company Productions
March 23, 1984 Racing with the Moon
April 13, 1984 Friday the 13th: The Final Chapter
May 23, 1984 Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom co-production with Lucasfilm
June 1, 1984 Star Trek III: The Search for Spock
June 8, 1984 Top Secret!
July 20, 1984 Best Defense
August 3, 1984 National Lampoon's Joy of Sex
September 28, 1984 The River Rat
October 19, 1984 Thief of Hearts co-production with Jerry Bruckheimer Films
October 26, 1984 Firstborn
November 21, 1984 Falling in Love
December 5, 1984 Beverly Hills Cop co-production with Eddie Murphy Productions
February 8, 1985 Witness Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
March 22, 1985 Friday the 13th: A New Beginning
March 29, 1985 King David
May 10, 1985 Rustlers' Rhapsody
June 14, 1985 D.A.R.Y.L. US distribution only, co-production with Columbia Pictures
July 12, 1985 Explorers
August 9, 1985 Summer Rental
August 30, 1985 Compromising Positions
October 11, 1985 Silver Bullet
November 8, 1985 That Was Then... This Is Now
November 11, 1985 Maccheroni
December 4, 1985 Young Sherlock Holmes co-production with Amblin Entertainment
December 13, 1985 Clue co-production with PolyGram Filmed Entertainment, The Guber-Peters Company and Debra Hill Productions
February 7, 1986 Lady Jane
February 28, 1986 Pretty in Pink co-production with John Hughes Entertainment
March 7, 1986 16 Days of Glory
March 14, 1986 Gung Ho
March 27, 1986 April Fool's Day
May 2, 1986 Blue City
May 9, 1986 Fire with Fire
May 16, 1986 Top Gun co-production with Jerry Bruckheimer Films
June 11, 1986 Ferris Bueller's Day Off co-production with John Hughes Entertainment
July 25, 1986 Heartburn
August 1, 1986 Friday the 13th Part VI: Jason Lives
August 22, 1986 The Whoopee Boys
September 26, 1986 Crocodile Dundee
October 3, 1986 Children of a Lesser God Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
November 26, 1986 Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home Final film to feature the 1975 to 1986 intro logo.
December 12, 1986 The Golden Child co-production with Eddie Murphy Productions
January 16, 1987 Critical Condition
February 27, 1987 Some Kind of Wonderful
April 10, 1987 Campus Man
May 8, 1987 Hot Pursuit co-production with RKO Pictures and Lisberger Studios
May 20, 1987 Beverly Hills Cop II co-production with Eddie Murphy Productions
June 3, 1987 The Untouchables
July 22, 1987 Summer School
August 7, 1987 Back to the Beach
August 28, 1987 Hamburger Hill co-production with RKO Pictures
September 18, 1987 Fatal Attraction Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
November 25, 1987 Planes, Trains, and Automobiles co-production with John Hughes Entertainment
December 18, 1987 Eddie Murphy Raw co-production with Eddie Murphy Productions
February 5, 1988 She's Having a Baby co-production with John Hughes Entertainment
March 25, 1988 A New Life
April 15, 1988 Plain Clothes
April 22, 1988 The Blue Iguana
April 22, 1988 Permanent Record
May 13, 1988 Friday the 13th Part VII: The New Blood
May 25, 1988 Crocodile Dundee II
June 10, 1988 The Presidio
June 29, 1988 Coming to America co-production with Eddie Murphy Productions
July 22, 1988 Big Top Pee-wee
August 12, 1988 Tucker: The Man and His Dream US distribution only, co-production with American Zoetrope and Lucasfilm
October 14, 1988 The Accused
November 4, 1988 U2: Rattle and Hum
November 11, 1988 Distant Thunder
November 23, 1988 Scrooged co-production with Mirage Studios
December 2, 1988 The Naked Gun: From the Files of Police Squad!
January 13, 1989 The Experts
February 10, 1989 Cousins
April 7, 1989 Major League co-production with Morgan Creek Productions
April 21, 1989 Pet Sematary
May 24, 1989 Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade co-production with Lucasfilm
June 9, 1989 Star Trek V: The Final Frontier Nominee of the Razzie Award for Worst Picture.
July 28, 1989 Friday the 13th Part VIII: Jason Takes Manhattan
August 18, 1989 Let It Ride
August 30, 1989 Shirley Valentine
September 22, 1989 Black Rain
October 20, 1989 Fat Man and Little Boy
November 17, 1989 Harlem Nights
December 15, 1989 We're No Angels

1990s[edit]

Release Date Title Notes
January 12, 1990 Internal Affairs
February 2, 1990 Flashback
March 2, 1990 The Hunt for Red October co-production with Mace Neufeld Productions
April 13, 1990 Crazy People
May 4, 1990 Tales from the Darkside: The Movie
May 11, 1990 A Show of Force
June 8, 1990 Another 48 Hrs.
June 27, 1990 Days of Thunder co-production with Don Simpson/Jerry Bruckheimer Films
July 13, 1990 Ghost Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
August 10, 1990 The Two Jakes
September 21, 1990 Funny About Love
October 12, 1990 Welcome Home, Roxy Carmichael co-production with ITC Entertainment
October 26, 1990 Graveyard Shift
December 19, 1990 Almost an Angel
December 25, 1990 The Godfather Part III Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture. co-production with American Zoetrope and The Coppola Company
January 18, 1991 Flight of the Intruder
February 22, 1991 He Said, She Said
March 15, 1991 The Perfect Weapon
True Colors
April 26, 1991 Talent for the Game
May 31, 1991 Soapdish
June 28, 1991 The Naked Gun 2½: The Smell of Fear
July 10, 1991 Regarding Henry
August 2, 1991 Body Parts
August 23, 1991 Dead Again
September 27, 1991 Necessary Roughness co-production with Mace Neufeld Productions and Robert Rehme Productions
October 11, 1991 Frankie and Johnny
Stepping Out
October 25, 1991 The Butcher's Wife
November 8, 1991 All I Want for Christmas
November 22, 1991 The Addams Family co-production with Scott Rudin Productions
December 6, 1991 Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country
January 17, 1992 Juice
February 14, 1992 Wayne's World
March 27, 1992 Ladybugs
April 17, 1992 Brain Donors
May 1, 1992 K2
June 5, 1992 Patriot Games co-production with Mace Neufeld Productions and Robert Rehme Productions
July 1, 1992 Boomerang co-production with Imagine Entertainment
July 10, 1992 Cool World
July 31, 1992 Bebe's Kids co-production with Hyperion Pictures and Wang Film Productions
August 7, 1992 Whispers in the Dark
August 28, 1992 Pet Sematary Two
August 1992 Emily Brontë's Wuthering Heights
September 4, 1992 Bob Roberts US distribution only, co-production with Miramax Films, Live Entertainment, PolyGram Filmed Entertainment and Working Title Films
September 18, 1992 School Ties
October 9, 1992 1492: Conquest of Paradise
October 30, 1992 There Goes the Neighborhood
November 6, 1992 Jennifer Eight co-production with Scott Rudin Productions
December 18, 1992 Leap of Faith
January 15, 1993 Alive international distribution only, co-production with Touchstone Pictures and The Kennedy/Marshall Company
February 12, 1993 The Temp
March 12, 1993 Fire in the Sky
April 7, 1993 Indecent Proposal
May 21, 1993 Sliver
June 30, 1993 The Firm co-production with Cruise/Wagner Productions
July 16, 1993 The Thing Called Love
July 23, 1993 Coneheads
August 11, 1993 Searching for Bobby Fischer
September 24, 1993 Bopha!
October 17, 1993 It's All True
November 5, 1993 Flesh and Bone
November 19, 1993 Addams Family Values co-production with Scott Rudin Productions
December 10, 1993 Wayne's World 2
December 17, 1993 What's Eating Gilbert Grape
January 21, 1994 Intersection
February 18, 1994 Blue Chips
March 18, 1994 Naked Gun 33⅓: The Final Insult
March 30, 1994 Jimmy Hollywood
May 25, 1994 Beverly Hills Cop III co-production with Mace Neufeld Productions and Robert Rehme Productions
July 6, 1994 Forrest Gump Winner of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
July 22, 1994 Lassie
August 3, 1994 Clear and Present Danger co-production with Mace Neufeld Productions and Robert Rehme Productions
August 17, 1994 Andre
August 31, 1994 Milk Money co-production with The Kennedy/Marshall Company
October 12, 1994 The Browning Version
November 4, 1994 Pontiac Moon
November 18, 1994 Star Trek Generations co-production with Rick Berman Productions
December 9, 1994 Drop Zone
December 25, 1994 I.Q.
January 13, 1995 Nobody's Fool co-production with Scott Rudin Productions
February 17, 1995 The Brady Bunch Movie
March 17, 1995 Losing Isaiah
March 31, 1995 Tommy Boy
April 12, 1995 Stuart Saves His Family
May 24, 1995 Braveheart Winner of the Academy Award for Best Picture. US distribution only, co-production with 20th Century Fox, Icon Productions and The Ladd Company
June 9, 1995 Congo Nominee of the Razzie Award for Worst Picture, co-production with The Kennedy/Marshall Company
July 14, 1995 The Indian in the Cupboard international distribution only, co-production with Columbia Pictures, The Kennedy/Marshall Company and Scholastic Entertainment
July 19, 1995 Clueless co-production with Scott Rudin Productions
August 4, 1995 Virtuosity
October 13, 1995 Jade
October 27, 1995 Vampire in Brooklyn co-production with Eddie Murphy Productions
November 3, 1995 Home for the Holidays
November 22, 1995 Nick of Time
December 15, 1995 Sabrina co-production with Scott Rudin Productions
January 12, 1996 Eye for an Eye
February 2, 1996 Black Sheep
April 3, 1996 Primal Fear
April 12, 1996 Brain Candy
May 22, 1996 Mission: Impossible co-production with Cruise/Wagner Productions
June 7, 1996 The Phantom co-production with Village Roadshow Pictures and The Ladd Company
July 10, 1996 Harriet the Spy co-production with Nickelodeon Movies and Rastar
August 9, 1996 Escape from L.A. co-production with Rysher Entertainment
August 23, 1996 A Very Brady Sequel
September 20, 1996 The First Wives Club co-production with Scott Rudin Productions
October 11, 1996 The Ghost and the Darkness
October 25, 1996 Thinner distribution only; produced by Spelling Films[N 13]
November 1, 1996 Dear God
November 22, 1996 Star Trek: First Contact co-production with Rick Berman Productions
December 20, 1996 Beavis and Butt-head Do America co-production with Geffen Pictures and MTV Films
December 25, 1996 The Evening Star
Mother
January 10, 1997 The Relic co-production with Polygram Filmed Entertainment, Cloud Nine Entertainment and Pacific Western Productions
February 7, 1997 The Beautician and the Beast
March 7, 1997 Private Parts co-production with Rysher Entertainment
April 4, 1997 The Saint co-production with Rysher Entertainment and Mace Neufeld Productions
May 2, 1997 Breakdown
May 16, 1997 Night Falls on Manhattan
May 30, 1997 'Til There Was You
June 27, 1997 Face/Off US distribution only, co-production with Touchstone Pictures
July 18, 1997 Kiss Me, Guido co-production with Capitol Films, Kardana Films and Redeemable Features
July 25, 1997 Good Burger co-production with Nickelodeon Movies
August 15, 1997 Event Horizon co-production with Lawrence Gordon Productions, Golar and Impact Pictures
August 22, 1997 A Smile Like Yours co-production with Rysher Entertainment
September 19, 1997 In & Out co-production with Scott Rudin Productions
October 3, 1997 Kiss the Girls
October 24, 1997 FairyTale: A True Story
October 31, 1997 Switchback
November 21, 1997 The Rainmaker US distribution only, co-production with American Zoetrope
December 19, 1997 Titanic Winner of 11 Academy Awards, including Best Picture. US distribution only, co-production with 20th Century Fox and Lightstorm Entertainment
December 25, 1997 The Education of Little Tree
January 16, 1998 Hard Rain US distribution only, co-production with PolyGram Filmed Entertainment, Interscope Communications and The Mutual Film Company
February 27, 1998 The Real Blonde co-productions with Lakeshore Entertainment
March 6, 1998 Twilight co-production with Scott Rudin Productions
April 10, 1998 The Odd Couple II
April 24, 1998 Sliding Doors international distribution only, co-production with Miramax Films, Intermedia Films and Mirage Enterprises
May 8, 1998 Deep Impact US distribution only, co-production with DreamWorks Pictures, The Zanuck Company and David Brown Productions
June 5, 1998 The Truman Show co-production with Scott Rudin Productions
July 24, 1998 Saving Private Ryan Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture. International distribution only, co-production with DreamWorks Pictures, The Mutual Film Company and Amblin Entertainment
August 7, 1998 Snake Eyes US distribution only, co-production with Touchstone Pictures
August 21, 1998 Dead Man on Campus co-production with MTV Films and Pacific Western Productions
October 2, 1998 A Night at the Roxbury
November 20, 1998 The Rugrats Movie co-production with Nickelodeon Movies and Klasky Csupo
December 11, 1998 A Simple Plan US distribution only, co-production with The Mutual Film Company, Savoy Pictures and Alphaville
Star Trek: Insurrection co-production with Rick Berman Productions
December 25, 1998 A Civil Action international distribution only, co-production with Touchstone Pictures, Scott Free Productions, Scott Rudin Productions and Wildwood Enterprises
January 15, 1999 Varsity Blues co-production with MTV Films
February 5, 1999 Payback US distribution only, co-production with Warner Bros. Pictures and Icon Productions
February 26, 1999 200 Cigarettes co-production with MTV Films and Lakeshore Entertainment
April 1, 1999 The Out-of-Towners co-production with Cort/Madden Productions
May 7, 1999 Election co-production with MTV Films
June 18, 1999 The General's Daughter co-production with Mace Neufeld Productions and Robert Rehme Productions
June 30, 1999 South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut US distribution only, co-production with Warner Bros. Pictures, Scott Rudin Productions and Comedy Central
July 16, 1999 The Wood co-production with MTV Films
July 30, 1999 Runaway Bride US distribution only, co-production with Touchstone Pictures, Lakeshore Entertainment and Interscope Communications
September 24, 1999 Double Jeopardy co-production with Scott Rudin Productions
October 8, 1999 Superstar co-production with SNL Studios
October 22, 1999 Bringing Out the Dead US distribution only, co-production with Touchstone Pictures, Scott Rudin Productions and Cappa/De Fina Productions
November 19, 1999 Sleepy Hollow co-production with Mandalay Pictures, Scott Rudin Productions and American Zoetrope
December 25, 1999 Angela's Ashes US distribution only, co-production with Universal Pictures, Scott Rudin Productions, Dirty Hands Productions and David Brown Productions
The Talented Mr. Ripley US distribution only, co-production with Miramax Films, Mirage Enterprises and Timnick Films

2000s[edit]

For Paramount Vantage/Classics releases and DreamWorks live-action films distributed by Paramount, see those articles
Release Date Title Notes
February 11, 2000 Snow Day co-production with Nickelodeon Movies
February 23, 2000 Wonder Boys US distribution only, co-production with Warner Bros. Pictures and The Mutual Film Company
March 3, 2000 The Next Best Thing co-production with Lakeshore Entertainment
April 7, 2000 Rules of Engagement co-production with Seven Arts Pictures and Scott Rudin Productions
May 24, 2000 Mission: Impossible II co-production with Cruise/Wagner Productions
June 16, 2000 Shaft co-production with Scott Rudin Productions
August 11, 2000 Bless the Child co-production with Icon Productions and Mace Neufeld Productions
August 18, 2000 The Original Kings of Comedy co-production with MTV Films and Latham Entertainment Group
October 13, 2000 The Ladies Man co-production with SNL Studios
October 27, 2000 Lucky Numbers co-production with StudioCanal
November 17, 2000 Rugrats in Paris: The Movie co-production with Nickelodeon Movies and Klasky Csupo
December 15, 2000 What Women Want US distribution only, co-production with Icon Productions
January 12, 2001 Save the Last Dance co-production with MTV Films
February 16, 2001 Down to Earth co-production with Village Roadshow Pictures, Alphaville, NPV Entertainment and 3 Arts Entertainment
March 16, 2001 Enemy at the Gates co-production with Mandalay Pictures and Reperage
April 6, 2001 Along Came a Spider
April 20, 2001 Crocodile Dundee in Los Angeles
June 15, 2001 Lara Croft: Tomb Raider co-production with The Mutual Film Company and Lawrence Gordon Productions
June 29, 2001 Pootie Tang co-production with MTV Films, Alphaville, Chris Rock Productions, 3 Arts Entertainment and HBO
July 13, 2001 The Score co-production with Mandalay Pictures
August 3, 2001 Apocalypse Now Redux co-production with Miramax Films, home video distributor
August 17, 2001 Rat Race co-production with Fireworks Entertainment
September 14, 2001 Hardball co-production with Fireworks Entertainment
September 28, 2001 Zoolander co-production with Village Roadshow Pictures, Scott Rudin Productions, Red Hour Films, VH-1 and NPV Entertainment
November 2, 2001 Domestic Disturbance
December 14, 2001 Vanilla Sky co-production with Cruise/Wagner Productions and Vinyl Films
December 21, 2001 Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius co-production with Nickelodeon Movies and O Entertainment
January 14, 2002 Orange County co-production with MTV Films and Scott Rudin Productions
February 15, 2002 Crossroads Nominee of the Razzie Award for Worst Picture. co-production with MTV Films, Jive Records and Zomba Pictures
March 1, 2002 We Were Soldiers US distribution only, co-production with Icon Productions
March 29, 2002 Clockstoppers co-production with Nickelodeon Movies and Valhalla Motion Pictures
April 5, 2002 Lucky Break US distribution only, co-production with Miramax Films and FilmFour
April 12, 2002 Changing Lanes co-production with Scott Rudin Productions
May 31, 2002 The Sum of All Fears co-production with Mace Neufeld Productions
June 28, 2002 Hey Arnold! The Movie co-production with Nickelodeon Movies and Snee-Oosh, Inc.
July 19, 2002 K-19: The Widowmaker co-production with Intermedia Films, National Geographic Society, First Light Production and Palomar Pictures
August 2, 2002 Martin Lawrence Live: Runteldat co-production with MTV Films and Runteldat Entertainment
August 23, 2002 Serving Sara co-production with Mandalay Pictures
September 20, 2002 The Four Feathers US distribution only, co-production with Miramax Films
October 18, 2002 Abandon US distribution only, co-production with Touchstone Pictures and Spyglass Entertainment
October 25, 2002 Jackass: The Movie co-production with MTV Films and Dickhouse Productions
November 27, 2002 Extreme Ops co-production with Cruise/Wagner Productions
December 13, 2002 Star Trek: Nemesis co-production with Rick Berman Productions
December 20, 2002 Narc US distribution only, co-production with Lionsgate, Cruise/Wagner Productions and Splendid Pictures
The Wild Thornberrys Movie co-production with Nickelodeon Movies and Klasky Csupo
December 27, 2002 The Hours Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture. US distribution only, co-production with Miramax Films and Scott Rudin Productions
February 7, 2003 How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days co-production with Evans/Peters/Obst Productions
March 14, 2003 The Hunted co-production with Lakeshore Entertainment and Alphaville
March 28, 2003 The Core co-production with Forster/Layne/Bailey Productions
April 11, 2003 Better Luck Tomorrow co-production with MTV Films
May 30, 2003 The Italian Job co-production with De Line Pictures
June 13, 2003 Rugrats Go Wild co-production with Nickelodeon Movies and Klasky Csupo
July 25, 2003 Lara Croft Tomb Raider: The Cradle of Life co-production with The Mutual Film Company and Lawrence Gordon Productions
August 22, 2003 Marci X co-production with Scott Rudin Productions
September 5, 2003 Dickie Roberts: Former Child Star co-production with Happy Madison Productions
September 19, 2003 The Fighting Temptations co-production with MTV Films and Handprint Films
October 3, 2003 School of Rock co-production with Scott Rudin Productions and Black & White Productions
October 24, 2003 Beyond Borders co-production with Mandalay Pictures
November 14, 2003 Tupac: Resurrection co-production with MTV Films and Amaru Entertainment
November 26, 2003 Timeline co-production with The Mutual Film Company, Cobalt Media Group, Donners' Company and Artists Production Group
December 25, 2003 Paycheck US distribution only, co-production with DreamWorks Pictures, Davis Entertainment, Lion Rock Productions and Solomon/Hackett Productions
January 30, 2004 The Perfect Score co-production with MTV Films
February 20, 2004 Against the Ropes co-production with Cort/Madden Productions
February 27, 2004 Twisted co-production with Kopelson Entertainment
April 2, 2004 The Prince & Me US distribution only, co-production with Lionsgate, Sobini Films, Epsilon Motion Pictures and Stillking Films
April 30, 2004 Mean Girls
June 11, 2004 The Stepford Wives US distribution only, co-production with DreamWorks Pictures, Scott Rudin Productions and De Line Pictures
July 30, 2004 The Manchurian Candidate co-production with Scott Rudin Productions
August 6, 2004 Collateral international distribution only, co-production with DreamWorks Pictures, Parkes/MacDonald Productions, Darabont/Fried/Russell Productions and Cruise/Wagner Productions
August 20, 2004 Without a Paddle co-production with De Line Pictures
August 27, 2004 Suspect Zero co-production with Intermedia Films, Lakeshore Entertainment and Cruise/Wagner Productions
September 17, 2004 Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow US distribution only, co-production with Warner Bros. Pictures, Filmauro, Brooklyn Films II and Riff Raff Blue Flower
September 30, 2004 Napoleon Dynamite international distribution only, co-production with Fox Searchlight Pictures, MTV Films and HH Films
October 15, 2004 Team America: World Police co-production with Scott Rudin Productions and Comedy Central
November 5, 2004 Alfie co-production with Plan B Entertainment and Patalex Productions
November 19, 2004 The SpongeBob SquarePants Movie co-production with Nickelodeon Movies and United Plankton Pictures
December 17, 2004 Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events US distribution only, co-production with DreamWorks Pictures, Nickelodeon Movies, Scott Rudin Productions and Parkes/McDonald Productions
January 14, 2005 Coach Carter co-production with MTV Films and Tollin/Robbins Productions
April 8, 2005 Sahara US distribution only, co-production with Summit Entertainment, Bristol Bay Productions, Baldwin Entertainment Group and Kanzaman Productions
May 27, 2005 The Longest Yard US distribution only, co-production with Columbia Pictures, MTV Films, Callahan FilmWorks and Happy Madison Productions
June 10, 2005 The Honeymooners co-production with Deep River Productions
June 29, 2005 War of the Worlds international distribution only, co-production with DreamWorks Pictures, Cruise/Wagner Productions, The Kennedy/Marshall Company and Amblin Entertainment
July 22, 2005 Bad News Bears co-production with Plan B Entertainment, Media Talent Group, Detour Film Production
August 12, 2005 Four Brothers co-production with di Bonaventura Pictures
October 14, 2005 Elizabethtown co-production with Cruise/Wagner Productions and Vinyl Films
October 28, 2005 The Weather Man co-production with Escape Artists and Blind Wink
November 9, 2005 Get Rich or Die Tryin' co-production with Shady/Aftermath/Interscope Films and MTV Films
November 23, 2005 Yours, Mine and Ours US distribution only, co-production with Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Pictures, Nickelodeon Movies, Columbia Pictures and Robert Simonds Productions
December 2, 2005 Aeon Flux co-production with MTV Films, Lakeshore Entertainment and Valhalla Motion Pictures
January 13, 2006 Last Holiday co-production with ImageMovers and Lawrence Mark Productions
March 10, 2006 Failure to Launch co-production with Scott Rudin Productions
May 5, 2006 Mission: Impossible III co-production with K/O Paper Products and Cruise/Wagner Productions
May 19, 2006 Over the Hedge distribution only; produced by DreamWorks Animation, the first DreamWorks animated film to be distributed by Paramount Pictures.
June 16, 2006 Nacho Libre co-production with Nickelodeon Movies, Black & White Productions and HH Films
August 4, 2006 Barnyard co-production with Nickelodeon Movies and O Entertainment
August 9, 2006 World Trade Center co-production with Double Features Films
September 22, 2006 Jackass Number Two co-production with MTV Films, Dickhouse Productions and Lynch Siderow Productions
October 20, 2006 Flags of Our Fathers distribution only; produced by DreamWorks Pictures, Warner Bros. Pictures, Amblin Entertainment and Malpaso Productions
October 27, 2006 Babel Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture; international distribution only, co-production with Paramount Vantage, Anonymous Content, Zeta Film and Central Films
November 3, 2006 Flushed Away distribution only; produced by DreamWorks Animation and Aardman Animations
December 15, 2006 Charlotte's Web co-production with Walden Media, Nickelodeon Movies and The Kerner Entertainment Company
Dreamgirls Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture; international distribution only, co-production with DreamWorks Pictures and Lawrence Mark Productions
December 20, 2006 Letters from Iwo Jima distribution only; produced by DreamWorks Pictures, Warner Bros. Pictures, Amblin Entertainment and Malpaso Productions
January 5, 2007 Freedom Writers co-production with MTV Films, Double Features Films and Jersey Films
February 9, 2007 Norbit distribution only; produced by DreamWorks Pictures, Davis Entertainment and Tollin/Robbins Productions
February 23, 2007 Reno 911: Miami international distribution only, co-production with 20th Century Fox, Jersey Films, Double Features Films, Comedy Central, High Sierra Carpeting and Principato-Young Entertainment
March 2, 2007 Zodiac US distribution only, co-production with Warner Bros. Pictures and Phoenix Pictures
March 23, 2007 Shooter co-production with di Bonaventura Pictures
March 30, 2007 Blades of Glory distribution only; produced by DreamWorks Pictures, MTV Films, Red Hour Films and Smart Entertainment
April 13, 2007 Disturbia distribution only, produced by DreamWorks Pictures, Cold Spring Pictues and The Montecito Picture Company
April 27, 2007 Next distribution only; produced by Revolution Studios, Saturn Films, Virtual Studios and Broken Road Productions
May 18, 2007 Shrek the Third distribution only; produced by DreamWorks Animation
July 2, 2007 Transformers international distribution only, co-production with DreamWorks Pictures, di Bonaventura Pictures, K/O Paper Products, Don Murphy Productions and Hasbro
August 3, 2007 Hot Rod co-production with Michaels/Goldwyn Films
August 10, 2007 Stardust co-production with Marv Films, Ingenious Film Partners and di Bonaventura Pictures
October 5, 2007 The Heartbreak Kid distribution only; produced by DreamWorks Pictures, Radar Pictures, Davis Entertainment Company and Conundrum
November 2, 2007 Bee Movie distribution only; produced by DreamWorks Animation, Pacific Data Images and Columbus 81 Productions
November 16, 2007 Beowulf US distribution only, co-production with Warner Bros. Pictures, Shangri-La Entertainment and ImageMovers
December 21, 2007 Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street distribution only; produced by DreamWorks Pictures, Warner Bros. Pictures, Parkes/MacDonald Productions and The Zanuck Company
January 18, 2008 Cloverfield co-production with Bad Robot Productions
February 1, 2008 Strange Wilderness co-production with Level 1 Entertainment and Happy Madison Productions
February 14, 2008 The Spiderwick Chronicles co-production with Nickelodeon Movies, The Kennedy/Marshall Company and Atmosphere Pictures
March 21, 2008 Drillbit Taylor co-production with The Apatow Company
March 28, 2008 Stop-Loss co-production with MTV Films and Scott Rudin Productions
April 4, 2008 The Ruins distribution only; produced by DreamWorks Pictures, Spyglass Entertainment and Red Hour Films
May 2, 2008 Iron Man[4] co-production with Marvel Studios and Fairview Entertainment
May 22, 2008 Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull co-production with Lucasfilm
June 6, 2008 Kung Fu Panda distribution only; produced by DreamWorks Animation
June 20, 2008 The Love Guru Nominee of the Razzie Award for Worst Picture. co-production with Spyglass Entertainment, No Money Fun Films and Michael DeLuca Productions
August 13, 2008 Tropic Thunder distribution only; produced by DreamWorks Pictures, Red Hour Films and Goldcrest Pictures Limited
September 19, 2008 Ghost Town distribution only; produced by DreamWorks Pictures, Spyglass Entertainment and Pariah
November 7, 2008 Madagascar: Escape 2 Africa distribution only; produced by DreamWorks Animation and Pacific Data Images
December 25, 2008 The Curious Case of Benjamin Button Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture. US distribution only, co-production with Warner Bros. Pictures and The Kennedy/Marshall Company
December 26, 2008 Revolutionary Road distribution only; produced by DreamWorks Pictures, Paramount Vantage, BBC Films, Scott Rudin Productions, Evamere Entertainment and Neal Street Productions
January 16, 2009 Hotel for Dogs distribution only; produced by DreamWorks Pictures, Nickelodeon Movies, Cold Spring Pictures, The Montecito Picture Company, The Donners' Company and MavroCine Pictures GmbH & Co. KG
January 30, 2009 The Uninvited distribution only; produced by DreamWorks Pictures, Cold Spring Pictures, Parkes/MacDonald Productions, The Montecito Picture Company and Vertigo Entertainment
February 13, 2009 Friday the 13th International distribution only, co-production with New Line Cinema, Platinum Dunes and Sean S. Cunningham Films
March 6, 2009 Watchmen international distribution only, co-production with Warner Bros. Pictures, Legendary Pictures, DC Entertainment and Lawrence Gordon Productions
March 20, 2009 I Love You, Man distribution only; produced by DreamWorks Pictures, De Line Pictures, Bernard Gayle Productions and The Montecito Picture Company
March 27, 2009 Monsters vs. Aliens distribution only; produced by DreamWorks Animation
May 8, 2009 Star Trek co-production with Bad Robot Productions and Spyglass Entertainment
May 22, 2009 Dance Flick co-production with MTV Films and The Wayans Brothers
June 12, 2009 Imagine That co-production with Nickelodeon Movies and di Bonaventura Pictures
June 24, 2009 Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen Nominee of the Razzie Award for Worst Picture. US distribution only, co-production with DreamWorks Pictures, di Bonaventura Pictures, K/O Paper Products, Don Murphy Productions and Hasbro
August 7, 2009 G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra Nominee of the Razzie Award for Worst Picture. co-production with Spyglass Entertainment, di Bonaventura Pictures and Hasbro
October 16, 2009 Paranormal Activity US distribution only, co-production with DreamWorks Pictures, Blumhouse Productions, Solana Films and Room 101, Inc.
(limited) December 4, 2009
(wide) December 25, 2009
Up in the Air Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture. co-production with The Montecito Picture Company, DW Studios, Rickshaw Productions, Right of Way Films and Cold Spring Pictures
(limited) December 11, 2009
(wide) January 15, 2010
The Lovely Bones co-production with DreamWorks Pictures, Film4 Productions, Channel 4 and WingNut Films

2010s[edit]

Release Date Title Notes
February 19, 2010 Shutter Island co-production with Phoenix Pictures, Sikeila Productions and Appian Way Productions
March 12, 2010 She's Out of My League co-production with DreamWorks Pictures and Mosaic Media Group
March 26, 2010 How to Train Your Dragon Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Animated Feature. Distribution only; produced by DreamWorks Animation
May 7, 2010 Iron Man 2[5] co-production with Marvel Studios and Fairview Entertainment
May 21, 2010 Shrek Forever After distribution only; produced by DreamWorks Animation
July 1, 2010 The Last Airbender Nominee of the Razzie Award for Worst Picture; co-production with Nickelodeon Movies, The Kennedy/Marshall Company and Blinding Edge Pictures
July 30, 2010 Dinner for Schmucks co-production with DreamWorks Pictures, Spyglass Entertainment, Parkes/MacDonald Productions, Everyman Pictures, Reliance ADA Group and Reliance BIG Entertainment
October 15, 2010 Jackass 3D co-production with Dickhouse Productions and MTV Films
October 22, 2010 Paranormal Activity 2 co-production with Blumhouse Productions, Solana Films and Room 101, Inc.
November 5, 2010 Megamind distribution only; produced by DreamWorks Animation, Pacific Data Images and Red Hour Films
November 10, 2010 Morning Glory co-production with Bad Robot Productions
(limited) December 10, 2010
(wide) December 17, 2010
The Fighter Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture. US distribution only, co-production with The Weinstein Company, Relativity Media, Mandeville Films and Closest to the Hole Productions
December 22, 2010 Little Fockers international distribution only, co-production with Universal Pictures, Relativity Media, Tribeca Productions and Everyman Pictures
True Grit Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture. co-production with Skydance Productions, Scott Rudin Productions and Mike Zoss productions
January 21, 2011 No Strings Attached co-production with The Montecito Picture Company, Spyglass Entertainment and Cold Spring Pictures
February 11, 2011 Justin Bieber: Never Say Never co-production with Insurge Pictures, MTV Films, Scooter Braun Films, AEG Live, Island Records and L.A Reid Media
March 4, 2011 Rango Winner of the Academy Award for Best Animated Feature. co-production with Nickelodeon Movies, GK Films and Blind Wink
May 6, 2011 Thor[6] co-production with Marvel Studios
May 26, 2011 Kung Fu Panda 2 Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Animated Feature. Distribution only; produced by DreamWorks Animation
June 10, 2011 Super 8 co-production with Bad Robot Productions and Amblin Entertainment
June 29, 2011 Transformers: Dark of the Moon Nominee of the Razzie Award for Worst Picture. co-production with di Bonaventura Pictures, Don Murphy Productions and Hasbro (Highest Grossing Film)
July 22, 2011 Captain America: The First Avenger[7] co-production with Marvel Studios
July 29, 2011 Cowboys & Aliens UK and International distribution only, produced by Universal Pictures, DreamWorks Pictures, Relativity Media, Imagine Entertainment, Fairview Entertainment, Platinum Studios, Reliance BIG Entertainment and K/O Paper Products
October 14, 2011 Footloose co-production with Spyglass Entertainment, MTV Films, Dylan Sellers Productions, Zadan/Meron Productions and Weston Pictures
October 21, 2011 Paranormal Activity 3 co-production with Blumhouse Productions, Solana Films and Room 101, Inc.
October 28, 2011 Puss in Boots Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Animated Feature. Distribution only; produced by DreamWorks Animation
November 23, 2011[8] Hugo Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture; co-production with GK Films, Metropolitan Filmexport and Infinitum Nihil
(limited) December 9, 2011
(wide) December 16, 2011
Young Adult co-production with Mandate Pictures, Right of Way Films, Denver & Delilah Films and Mr. Mudd
(IMAX) December 16, 2011
(worldwide) December 21, 2011[9]
Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol co-production with Bad Robot Productions, TC Productions and Skydance Productions
December 21, 2011[10] The Adventures of Tintin: Secret of the Unicorn Winner of the Golden Globe Award for Best Animated Feature. US distribution only, co-production with Columbia Pictures, Nickelodeon Movies, Hemisphere Media Capital, The Kennedy/Marshall Company, WingNut Films and Amblin Entertainment
January 6, 2012 The Devil Inside distribution only, produced by Insurge Pictures, di Bonaventura Pictures and Prototype Productions
March 9, 2012 A Thousand Words Nominee of the Razzie Award for Worst Picture; co-production with DreamWorks Pictures, Saturn Films, Varsity Pictures and Work After Midnight Films
April 4, 2012[11] Titanic 3-D US distribution only, co-production with 20th Century Fox and Lightstorm Entertainment
May 16, 2012[12] The Dictator co-production with Four by Two Films, Berg/Mandel/Shaffer Productions and Scott Rudin Productions
June 8, 2012[13] Madagascar 3: Europe's Most Wanted distribution only; produced by DreamWorks Animation and Pacific Data Images
July 5, 2012[14] Katy Perry: Part of Me co-production with Insurge Pictures, MTV Films, AEG Live, Perry Productions, Direct Management Group, EMI Music North America and Imagine Entertainment
September 7, 2012 Indiana Jones and the Raiders of the Lost Ark: The IMAX Experience co-production with Lucasfilm
October 19, 2012 Paranormal Activity 4 co-production with Blumhouse Productions, Solana Films and Room 101. Inc.
October 26, 2012 Fun Size co-production with Nickelodeon Movies, Anonymous Content and Fake Empire Productions
November 2, 2012 Flight co-production with Parkes/MacDonald Productions and ImageMovers
November 21, 2012 Rise of the Guardians distribution only; produced by DreamWorks Animation and Reel FX, the last DreamWorks animated film to be distributed by Paramount Pictures.
December 19, 2012 The Guilt Trip co-production with Skydance Productions and Michaels/Goldwyn Films
December 21, 2012 Cirque du Soleil: Worlds Away co-production with Cirque du Soleil Productions, Reel FX, Strange Weather and Cameron and Pace Group
Jack Reacher co-production with Skydance Productions, TC Productions and The Mutual Film Company
January 25, 2013 Hansel and Gretel: Witch Hunters co-production with Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Pictures, Gary Sanchez and MTV Films
February 8, 2013 Top Gun co-production with Don Simpson/Jerry Bruckheimer Films
March 28, 2013 G.I. Joe: Retaliation[15] co-production with Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Pictures, Skydance Productions, Hasbro and di Bonaventura Pictures
April 26, 2013 Pain & Gain co-production with Platinum Dunes and De Line Pictures
May 16, 2013 Star Trek Into Darkness co-production with Skydance Productions, Bad Robot Productions and K/O Paper Products
June 21, 2013[16] World War Z co-production with Skydance Productions, GK Films, Plan B Entertainment and Hemisphere Media Capital
October 25, 2013 Jackass Presents: Bad Grandpa co-production with MTV Films and Dickhouse Productions
December 18, 2013 Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues co-production with Apatow Productions and Gary Sanchez Productions
December 25, 2013 The Wolf of Wall Street US distribution only, co-production with Red Granite Pictures, Appian Way Productions, Sikelia Productions and Emjag Productions, Universal Pictures held international rights
January 3, 2014 Paranormal Activity: The Marked Ones co-production with Blumhouse Productions, Solana Films and Room 101. Inc.
January 17, 2014 Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit co-production with Skydance Productions, Mace Neufeld Productions and di Bonaventura Pictures
January 31, 2014 Labor Day co-production with Indian Paintbrush, Right of Way Productions and Mr. Mudd
March 28, 2014[17] Noah co-production with Regency Enterprises, New Regency Productions and Protozoa Pictures
June 27, 2014 Transformers: Age of Extinction co-production with di Bonaventura Pictures, Don Murphy Productions and Hasbro

Upcoming films[edit]

2014 and beyond[edit]

Release Date Title Notes
July 25, 2014 Hercules co-production with Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Pictures, Flynn Picture Company and Radical Pictures
August 8, 2014 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles co-production with Nickelodeon Movies, Platinum Dunes, Gama Entertainment, Mednick Productions and Heavy Metal
October 24, 2014 Area 51 co-production with Blumhouse Productions, Solana Films, Room 101. Inc. and IM Global
November 7, 2014 Interstellar US distribution only, co-production with Warner Bros. Pictures, Legendary Pictures, Syncopy Films and Lynda Obst Productions
December 25, 2014 Hot Tub Time Machine 2[18] Worldwide theatrical and home video distribution; co-release with Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Pictures, United Artists and New Crime Productions
January 30, 2015 Project Almanac co-production with Insurge Pictures, MTV Films and Platinum Dunes
February 6, 2015 The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge Out of Water co-production with Paramount Animation and Nickelodeon Movies
March 13, 2015 Scouts vs. Zombies
May 29, 2015 Monster Trucks co-production with Paramount Animation
July 1, 2015 Terminator: Genesis co-production with Skydance Productions
November 13, 2015 Untitled Friday the 13th reboot international distribution only, co-production with Warner Bros. Pictures, New Line Cinema and Platinum Dunes
December 25, 2015 Mission: Impossible 5
February 26, 2016 Ben-Hur co-production with Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Pictures
March 25, 2016 Beverly Hills Cop 4
2016 Paranormal Activity 5 co-production with Blumhouse Productions, Solana Films and Room 101. Inc.

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Earliest Paramount film in MCA's library. All films through late-1949, with some exceptions, are owned by Universal Pictures.
  2. ^ MGM purchased the rights to the film in conjunction with their remake in 1941 (that version starred Spencer Tracy). Now owned by Turner Entertainment, distributed through Warner Bros.
  3. ^ In 1946, Warner Bros. bought the rights to this film, as well as the film rights to the novel from Paramount (Warners sold the latter rights years later to David O. Selznick, who produced his version). The film's copyright has since expired.
  4. ^ a b c Still owned by Paramount.
  5. ^ a b c d Owned by Hope Enterprises, Inc.
  6. ^ Latest Paramount film in MCA's library. All films from this point on, with some exceptions, are owned by Paramount.
  7. ^ a b c d One of four Alfred Hitchcock films made at Paramount whose rights reverted to the filmmaker after eight years of release. Currently distributed by Universal.
  8. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l Rights owned by Warner Bros.
  9. ^ Owned by Universal.
  10. ^ a b Rights now belong to StudioCanal
  11. ^ In 2002, full ownership reverted to Universal. Paramount, however, will reissue the film theatrically.
  12. ^ Rights now owned by MGM
  13. ^ Rights now belong to Republic Pictures

References[edit]

List of Paramount Pictures films at the Internet Movie Database

  1. ^ Silent Era : PSFL : The Girl of the Golden West (1915)
  2. ^ Frick, Caroline (2011). "Saving Cinema: The Politics of Preservation" (p. 67). Oxford University Press, Oxford, New York. ISBN 978-0-19-536810-9
  3. ^ Duncan, Paul (2003). Alfred Hitchcock: Architect of Anxiety, 1899-1980 (p. 138). TASCHEN, Gmbh.
  4. ^ Palmeri, Christopher (2 July 2013). "Disney Buys Rights to Four Marvel Movies From Viacom’s Paramount". Bloomberg L.P. Retrieved 2 July 2013. 
  5. ^ Tadena, Nathalie. "Disney Acquires Distribution Rights to Four Marvel Films From Paramount". The Wall Street Journal. Retrieved 2 July 2013. 
  6. ^ Finke, Nikki (2 July 2013). "Disney Completes Purchase Of Marvel Home Entertainment Distribution Rights". Deadline Hollywood. Retrieved 2 July 2013. 
  7. ^ Palmeri, Christopher (2 July 2013). "Disney Buys Rights to Four Marvel Movies From Viacom’s Paramount". Bloomberg L.P. Retrieved 2 July 2013. 
  8. ^ Hugo Cabret - Trailers, Videos, and Reviews ComingSoon.net Movie Database
  9. ^ Mission: Impossible Ghost Protocol - Trailers, Videos, and Reviews ComingSoon.net Movie Database
  10. ^ The Adventures of Tintin - Trailers, Videos, and Reviews ComingSoon.net Movie Database
  11. ^ Cameron Talks Titanic 3D and an Avatar Rerelease - ComingSoon.net
  12. ^ The Dictator - Trailers, Videos, and Reviews ComingSoon.net Movie Database
  13. ^ Madagascar 3 - Trailers, Videos, and Reviews ComingSoon.net Movie Database
  14. ^ utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=katy-perry-announces-part-of-me-3d-movie-coming-to-theatres Katy Perry Announces Part of Me 3D Movie Coming to Theatres
  15. ^ Who is Returning for the G.I. Joe Sequel? - ComingSoon.net
  16. ^ World War Z - Trailers, Videos, and Reviews ComingSoon.net Movie Database
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