List of Universal Pictures films

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Universal Studios
Type Subsidiary
Industry Filmmaking
Founded Los Angeles, California, U.S.
(June 8, 1912)
Headquarters Universal City, California, United States
Key people Carl Laemmle, Founder
Ronald Meyer, President / Chief Operating Officer
Owner(s) Comcast
Parent NBCUniversal
Website www.universalstudios.com

This is a partial listing of films produced and/or distributed by Universal Pictures, the main motion picture production/distribution arm of Universal Studios, a subsidiary of NBCUniversal and Comcast.


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1940s

Title Release Date Notes
January 12, 1940 The Invisible Man Returns
January 19, 1940 West of Carson City
January 26, 1940 Green Hell
February 1, 1940 Oh Johnny, How You Can Love
February 2, 1940 Danger on Wheels
February 16, 1940 Honeymoon Deferred
February 23, 1940 Framed
March 1, 1940 Boss of Bullion City
March 1, 1940 Double Alibi
March 8, 1940 Zanzibar
March 15, 1940 Ma, He's Making Eyes at Me
March 15, 1940 My Little Chickadee
March 22, 1940 It's a Date
April 5, 1940 Half a Sinner
April 5, 1940 Riders of Pasco Basin
April 12, 1940 Black Friday
April 12, 1940 The House of the Seven Gables
April 19, 1940 Enemy Agent
May 5, 1940 If I Had My Way
May 10, 1940 Ski Patrol
May 17, 1940 Alias the Deacon
May 21, 1940 Sandy Is a Lady
May 24, 1940 Hot Steel
May 31, 1940 La Conga Nights
May 1940 I Can't Give You Anything But Love, Baby
June 1, 1940 Bad Man from Red Butte
June 7, 1940 Love, Honor, and Oh Baby!
July 5, 1940 Private Affairs
July 16, 1940 Black Diamonds
July 26, 1940 Son of Roaring Dan
July 26, 1940 You're Not So Tough
August 2, 1940 South to Karanga
August 9, 1940 The Boys from Syracuse
August 23, 1940 When the Daltons Rode
September 6, 1940 Argentine Nights
September 13, 1940 Hired Wife
September 13, 1940 The Leather Pushers
September 20, 1940 Ragtime Cowboy Joe
September 20, 1940 The Mummy's Hand
September 27, 1940 Spring Parade
September 1940 Margie
October 1, 1940 Diamond Frontier
October 11, 1940 A Little Bit of Heaven
October 18, 1940 Slightly Tempted
October 25, 1940 Seven Sinners
November 1, 1940 I'm Nobody's Sweetheart Now
November 1, 1940 The Devil's Pipeline
November 8, 1940 Sandy Gets Her Man
November 15, 1940 One Night in the Tropics
November 22, 1940 Meet the Wildcat
November 28, 1940 Law and Order
November 29, 1940 The Bank Dick
December 1, 1940 Dark Streets of Cairo
December 1, 1940 Pony Post
December 13, 1940 Trail of the Vigilantes
December 20, 1940 Give Us Wings
December 25, 1940 San Francisco Docks
December 27, 1940 The Invisible Woman
January 3, 1941 Lucky Devils
January 3, 1941 Where Did You Get That Girl?
January 17, 1941 Six Lessons from Madame La Zonga
January 31, 1941 Buck Privates
February 7, 1941 Back Street
February 14, 1941 Meet the Chump
February 21, 1941 Nice Girl?
March 1, 1941 Mr. Dynamite
March 14, 1941 Double Date
March 21, 1941 Bury Me Not on the Lone Prairie
March 21, 1941 The Man Who Lost Himself
March 28, 1941 Horror Island
March 28, 1941 Man Made Monster
April 8, 1941 Sky Raiders
April 11, 1941 The Lady from Cheyenne
April 17, 1941 Mutiny in the Arctic
April 18, 1941 Model Wife
April 25, 1941 The Flame of New Orleans
May 2, 1941 The Black Cat
May 30, 1941 In the Navy
May 1941 Men of the Timberland
June 4, 1941 Bachelor Daddy
June 13, 1941 Tight Shoes
June 20, 1941 Law of the Range
June 20, 1941 San Antonio Rose
June 27, 1941 Hit the Road
June 1941 Hello, Sucker
July 18, 1941 Raiders of the Desert
July 18, 1941 Rawhide Rangers
July 1941 Cracked Nuts
August 1, 1941 Too Many Blondes
August 8, 1941 Hold That Ghost
August 22, 1941 A Dangerous Game
August 22, 1941 This Woman Is Mine
August 27, 1941 Unfinished Business
September 5, 1941 Man from Montana
September 15, 1941 Badlands of Dakota
September 19, 1941 The Kid from Kansas
September 19, 1941 Sing Another Chorus
September 26, 1941 It Started with Eve
October 3, 1941 Mob Town
October 10, 1941 Never Give a Sucker an Even Break
October 17, 1941 Burma Convoy
October 17, 1941 South of Tahiti
October 24, 1941 Flying Cadets
October 24, 1941 The Masked Rider
October 31, 1941 Appointment for Love
November 7, 1941 Swing It Soldier
November 14, 1941 Arizona Cyclone
November 21, 1941 Moonlight in Hawaii
November 28, 1941 Keep 'Em Flying
December 4, 1941 Paris Calling
December 9, 1941 Fighting Bill Fargo
December 9, 1941 Melody Lane
December 12, 1941 The Wolf Man
December 19, 1941 Road Agent
December 26, 1941 Hellzapoppin'
December 28, 1941 Quiet Wedding
January 2, 1942 Don't Get Personal
January 2, 1942 Sealed Lips
January 11, 1942 Bombay Clipper
January 23, 1942 North to the Klondike
January 30, 1942 Treat 'Em Rough
February 1, 1942 Jail House Blues
February 13, 1942 Ride 'Em Cowboy
February 13, 1942 Stagecoach Buckaroo
February 20, 1942 What's Cookin'?
February 27, 1942 The Mad Doctor of Market Street
March 10, 1942 Unseen Enemy
March 13, 1942 Frisco Lil
March 13, 1942 The Ghost of Frankenstein
March 20, 1942 Butch Minds the Baby
March 27, 1942 Juke Box Jenny
April 17, 1942 Mississippi Gambler
April 17, 1942 The Strange Case of Doctor Rx
April 23, 1942 The Mystery of Marie Roget
April 24, 1942 Saboteur
May 3, 1942 You're Telling Me
May 8, 1942 Broadway
May 8, 1942 The Spoilers
May 15, 1942 Escape from Hong Kong
May 22, 1942 Almost Married
June 5, 1942 Tough as They Come
June 10, 1942 Danger in the Pacific
June 12, 1942 Private Buckaroo
June 12, 1942 Top Sergeant
June 16, 1942 Eagle Squadron
June 19, 1942 Lady in a Jam
June 26, 1942 There's One Born Every Minute
July 3, 1942 Men of Texas
July 17, 1942 Drums of the Congo
August 1, 1942 Timber!
August 5, 1942 The Silver Bullet
August 7, 1942 Invisible Agent
August 7, 1942 Pardon My Sarong
August 21, 1942 Boss of Hangtown Mesa
September 1, 1942 Give Out, Sisters
September 4, 1942 Between Us Girls
September 18, 1942 Half Way to Shanghai
September 18, 1942 Sherlock Holmes and the Voice of Terror
September 25, 1942 Deep in the Heart of Texas
September 25, 1942 Sin Town
October 2, 1942 Eyes of the Underworld
October 2, 1942 Get Hep to Love
October 9, 1942 Destination Unknown
October 16, 1942 Moonlight in Havana
October 20, 1942 Night Monster
October 23, 1942 The Mummy's Tomb
November 6, 1942 Who Done It?
November 13, 1942 Little Joe, the Wrangler
November 13, 1942 Nightmare
November 20, 1942 Strictly in the Groove
December 4, 1942 Behind the Eight Ball
December 11, 1942 Madame Spy
December 11, 1942 The Old Chisholm Trail
December 11, 1942 Pittsburgh
December 18, 1942 The Great Impersonation
December 18, 1942 Mug Town
December 24, 1942 When Johnny Comes Marching Home
December 25, 1942 Arabian Nights
January 15, 1943 Shadow of a Doubt
January 1943 How's About It
February 5, 1943 Tenting Tonight on the Old Camp Ground
February 12, 1943 Sherlock Holmes and the Secret Weapon
February 19, 1943 The Amazing Mrs. Holliday
February 25, 1943 Hi'ya, Chum
February 26, 1943 Hi, Buddy
March 5, 1943 Frankenstein Meets the Wolf Man
March 19, 1943 It Ain't Hay
March 26, 1943 He's My Guy
March 1943 Keep 'Em Slugging
April 9, 1943 It Comes Up Love
April 12, 1943 Cheyenne Roundup
April 16, 1943 Rhythm of the Islands
April 23, 1943 White Savage
April 30, 1943 Sherlock Holmes in Washington
April 1943 Follow the Band
May 1, 1943 Raiders of San Joaquin
May 5, 1943 The Next of Kin
May 7, 1943 Good Morning, Judge
May 21, 1943 Cowboy in Manhattan
May 28, 1943 Mister Big
June 2, 1943 Hit the Ice
June 4, 1943 Captive Wild Woman
June 11, 1943 All by Myself
June 18, 1943 Two Tickets to London
June 21, 1943 Get Going
June 1943 Frontier Law
July 9, 1943 Gals, Incorporated
July 16, 1943 Hers to Hold
July 23, 1943 Honeymoon Lodge
August 6, 1943 Frontier Badmen
August 6, 1943 The Lone Star Trail
August 27, 1943 Phantom of the Opera
August 30, 1943 We've Never Been Licked
September 1, 1943 So's Your Uncle
September 3, 1943 Fired Wife
September 10, 1943 Larceny with Music
September 10, 1943 The Strange Death of Adolf Hitler
September 15, 1943 Arizona Trail
September 17, 1943 Sherlock Holmes Faces Death
September 17, 1943 Top Man
September 24, 1943 Always a Bridesmaid
September 29, 1943 Corvette K-225
October 8, 1943 Crazy House
October 8, 1943 Hi'ya, Sailor
October 22, 1943 You're a Lucky Fellow, Mr. Smith
October 29, 1943 Flesh and Fantasy
November 5, 1943 Son of Dracula
November 12, 1943 The Mad Ghoul
November 19, 1943 Never a Dull Moment
November 26, 1943 His Butler's Sister
December 10, 1943 She's for Me
December 17, 1943 Calling Dr. Death
December 20, 1943 Gung Ho!
December 24, 1943 Moonlight in Vermont
January 7, 1944 Sing a Jingle
January 14, 1944 Ali Baba and the Forty Thieves
January 21, 1944 The Spider Woman
January 22, 1944 Marshal of Gunsmoke
January 28, 1944 Phantom Lady
February 1, 1944 Chip Off the Old Block
February 1, 1944 Ladies Courageous
February 4, 1944 Swingtime Johnny
February 10, 1944 Strange Confession
February 14, 1944 Weekend Pass
March 1, 1944 Weird Woman
March 10, 1944 Hat Check Honey
March 17, 1944 Oklahoma Raiders
March 22, 1944 Hi, Good Lookin'!
March 30, 1944 Her Primitive Man
April 1, 1944 Moon Over Las Vegas
April 1944 Slightly Terrific
May 5, 1944 Follow the Boys
May 12, 1944 Cobra Woman
May 21, 1944 Boss of Boomtown
May 26, 1944 The Scarlet Claw
May 1944 Pardon My Rhythm
May 1944 Twilight on the Prairie
June 1, 1944 Jungle Woman
June 2, 1944 This Is the Life
June 9, 1944 The Invisible Man's Revenge
June 16, 1944 Ghost Catchers
June 23, 1944 South of Dixie
June 30, 1944 Christmas Holiday
July 7, 1944 The Mummy's Ghost
July 7, 1944 Trigger Trail
July 21, 1944 Allergic to Love
August 1, 1944 The Pearl of Death
August 2, 1944 Gypsy Wildcat
August 18, 1944 In Society
August 18, 1944 Trail to Gunsight
August 1944 Reckless Age
September 8, 1944 Moonlight and Cactus
September 15, 1944 The Merry Monahans
September 29, 1944 San Diego I Love You
September 1944 The Singing Sheriff
October 20, 1944 The Climax
October 27, 1944 Babes on Swing Street
October 1944 Riders of the Santa Fe
November 3, 1944 Bowery to Broadway
November 10, 1944 Dead Man's Eyes
November 24, 1944 Enter Arsène Lupin
November 1944 The Old Texas Trail'
December 1, 1944 House of Frankenstein
December 1, 1944 Murder in the Blue Room
December 1, 1944 My Gal Loves Music
December 18, 1944 Hi, Beautiful
December 22, 1944 Destiny
December 22, 1944 The Mummy's Curse
December 22, 1944 The Suspect
December 29, 1944 Can't Help Singing
December 13, 1945 The Demi-Paradise
March 13, 1946 The Man in Grey
April 12, 1947 This Happy Breed
June 19, 1947 A Lady Surrenders
October 5, 1947 Tawny Pipit
June 8, 1949 Her Man Gilbey

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1950s

Release Date Title Notes
January 5, 1950 Sons of Matthew
February 8, 1950 Outside the Wall
February 14, 1950 The Astonished Heart
February 22, 1950 Woman in Hiding
February 1950 Francis
March 1, 1950 The Kid from Texas
March 1, 1950 Buccaneer's Girl
March 1, 1950 Borderline
April 1, 1950 One Way Street
April 1, 1950 Ma and Pa Kettle Go to Town
May 1, 1950 Comanche Territory
May 13, 1950 I Was a Shoplifter
May 25, 1950 Curtain Call at Cactus Creek
May 31, 1950 Louisa
June 1, 1950 Sierra
June 8, 1950 The Rocking Horse Winner
June 8, 1950 Spy Hunt
July 1, 1950 Peggy
July 12, 1950 Winchester '73
August 5, 1950 Abbott and Costello in the Foreign Legion
August 5, 1950 The Desert Hawk
August 30, 1950 South Sea Sinner
August 31, 1950 Madeleine
September 1, 1950 Shakedown
September 20, 1950 The Sleeping City
September 21, 1950 Saddle Tramp
October 10, 1950 Wyoming Mail
October 13, 1950 Harvey
October 17, 1950 The Milkman
November 1, 1950 Deported
November 2, 1950 Undercover Girl
November 9, 1950 Prelude to Fame
November 15, 1950 Kansas Raiders
November 29, 1950 Woman on the Run
December 25, 1950 Frenchie
January 13, 1951 Morning Departure
February 1, 1951 Mystery Submarine
February 5, 1951 Tomahawk
February 22, 1951 Under the Gun
February 26, 1951 The Magnet
March 3, 1951 Target Unknown
March 5, 1951 Up Front
March 7, 1951 Abbott and Costello Meet the Invisible Man
March 14, 1951 Air Cadet
March 14, 1951 The Groom Wore Spurs
April 1, 1951 Katie Did It
April 5, 1951 Bedtime for Bonzo
April 26, 1951 Double Crossbones
April 1951 Apache Drums
May 1, 1951 Francis Goes to the Races
May 10, 1951 Ma and Pa Kettle Back on the Farm
May 18, 1951 Smuggler's Island
May 19, 1951 The Fat Man
June 1, 1951 Hollywood Story
June 29, 1951 The Prince Who Was a Thief
July 26, 1951 Comin' Round the Mountain
July 31, 1951 Bright Victory Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Drama.
August 2, 1951 Mark of the Renegade
August 8, 1951 Cattle Drive
August 18, 1951 Iron Man
August 29, 1951 Little Egypt
September 1, 1951 The Lady from Texas
September 23, 1951 You Never Can Tell
October 15, 1951 The Lavender Hill Mob
October 17, 1951 Thunder on the Hill
October 29, 1951 The Browning Version
October 1951 The Lady Pays Off
October 1951 The Golden Horde
October 1951 Reunion in Reno
November 27, 1951 Pool of London
November 1951 The Raging Tide
November 1951 Cave of Outlaws
December 8, 1951 The Strange Door
December 19, 1951 Flame of Araby
December 1951 Week-End with Father
January 13, 1952 The Cimarron Kid
January 1952 Finders Keepers
February 13, 1952 Bend of the River
February 23, 1952 Here Come the Nelsons
March 1, 1952 The Treasure of Lost Canyon
March 27, 1952 Flesh and Fury
March 31, 1952 The Man in the White Suit
April 1, 1952 Meet Danny Wilson
May 1, 1952 Bronco Buster
May 9, 1952 Steel Town
May 9, 1952 The Battle at Apache Pass
May 24, 1952 Red Ball Express
June 13, 1952 No Room for the Groom
June 20, 1952 Scarlet Angel
June 25, 1952 Has Anybody Seen My Gal?
June 27, 1952 Just Across the Street
June 1952 Appointment with Venus
July 11, 1952 Ma and Pa Kettle at the Fair
July 15, 1952 White Corridors
July 23, 1952 Untamed Frontier
July 1952 Sally and Saint Anne
July 1952 Francis Goes to West Point
August 1, 1952 The Duel at Silver Creek
August 15, 1952 Son of Ali Baba
August 18, 1952 Where No Vultures Fly
August 19, 1952 The Stranger In Between
August 1952 Lost in Alaska
September 2, 1952 It Grows on Trees
September 16, 1952 Yankee Buccaneer
September 1952 Bonzo Goes to College
October 9, 1952 The World in His Arms
October 11, 1952 Horizons West
October 28, 1952 The Card
October 1952 Back at the Front
December 4, 1952 Because of You
December 12, 1952 The Raiders
December 22, 1952 The Importance of Being Earnest
December 24, 1952 Against All Flags
December 25, 1952 The Black Castle
January 3, 1953 The Lawless Breed
January 8, 1953 The Redhead from Wyoming
January 13, 1953 The Mississippi Gambler
January 15, 1953 Girls in the Night
January 1953 Meet Me at the Fair
February 23, 1953 Crash of Silence
March 11, 1953 City Beneath the Sea
March 24, 1953 Penny Princess
March 1953 Seminole
March 1953 Gunsmoke
April 6, 1953 Abbott and Costello Go to Mars
April 20, 1953 Ma and Pa Kettle on Vacation
April 22, 1953 It Happens Every Thursday
May 4, 1953 I Believe in You
May 8, 1953 Desert Legion
May 13, 1953 Law and Order
May 20, 1953 Column South
May 21, 1953 Thunder Bay
May 25, 1953 It Came from Outer Space
June 6, 1953 A Queen Is Crowned
June 10, 1953 Francis Covers the Big Town
June 19, 1953 Take Me to Town
June 25, 1953 All I Desire
June 26, 1953 The Lone Hand
July 17, 1953 The Great Sioux Uprising
August 1, 1953 Abbott and Costello Meet Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde
August 1, 1953 Desperate Moment
August 7, 1953 The Man from the Alamo
August 12, 1953 The Golden Blade
August 19, 1953 The Cruel Sea
August 26, 1953 Wings of the Hawk
September 23, 1953 East of Sumatra
September 23, 1953 The All American
September 1953 The Stand at Apache River
October 7, 1953 The Veils of Bagdad
October 10, 1953 Something Money Can't Buy
October 10, 1953 The Gentle Gunman
October 20, 1953 The Titfield Thunderbolt
November 5, 1953 Project M7
November 11, 1953 The Glass Web
November 1953 Back to God's Country
December 2, 1953 Forbidden
December 6, 1953 Walking My Baby Back Home
December 1953 Tumbleweed
January 11, 1954 Both Sides of the Law
January 1954 War Arrow
January 1954 Border River
February 10, 1954 Ride Clear of Diablo
February 15, 1954 Genevieve
February 17, 1954 The Glenn Miller Story
February 18, 1954 Taza, Son of Cochise
March 5, 1954 Creature from the Black Lagoon
March 10, 1954 Ma and Pa Kettle at Home
March 30, 1954 Saskatchewan
April 14, 1954 Rails Into Laramie
April 17, 1954 Yankee Pasha
April 21, 1954 Playgirl
May 2, 1954 Fireman Save My Child
June 6, 1954 Always a Bride
June 22, 1954 Johnny Dark
June 1954 Black Horse Canyon
June 1954 Drums Across the River
July 3, 1954 Tanganyika
July 30, 1954 Francis Joins the WACS
August 7, 1954 Magnificent Obsession
August 30, 1954 The Maggie
September 1, 1954 Dawn at Socorro
September 2, 1954 The Black Shield of Falworth
October 1, 1954 Naked Alibi
November 1, 1954 Ricochet Romance
November 3, 1954 Four Guns to the Border
November 6, 1954 Bengal Brigade
November 16, 1954 The Yellow Mountain
December 1, 1954 Destry
December 18, 1954 Sign of the Pagan
January 17, 1955 West of Zanzibar
January 21, 1955 Six Bridges to Cross
February 2, 1955 Abbott and Costello Meet the Keystone Kops
February 11, 1955 So This Is Paris
February 12, 1955 The Far Country
March 24, 1955 Man Without a Star
March 26, 1955 Captain Lightfoot
April 12, 1955 The Man from Bitter Ridge
April 27, 1955 Chief Crazy Horse
April 1955 Ma and Pa Kettle at Waikiki
May 2, 1955 The Seekers
May 13, 1955 Revenge of the Creature
May 30, 1955 Cult of the Cobra
May 1955 The Looters
June 1, 1955 This Island Earth
June 15, 1955 The Purple Mask
June 23, 1955 Abbott and Costello Meet the Mummy
July 1, 1955 Ain't Misbehavin'
July 7, 1955 The Shrike
July 13, 1955 Foxfire
August 2, 1955 The Private War of Major Benson
August 19, 1955 Female on the Beach
August 24, 1955 Francis in the Navy
September 2, 1955 One Desire
September 22, 1955 To Hell and Back
September 23, 1955 Kiss of Fire
October 1955 The Second Greatest Sex
November 2, 1955 The Naked Dawn
November 2, 1955 Lady Godiva of Coventry
November 1955 Hold Back Tomorrow
December 1, 1955 Running Wild
December 14, 1955 Tarantula
December 15, 1955 The Spoilers
December 25, 1955 All That Heaven Allows
December 30, 1955 The Square Jungle
January 20, 1956 There's Always Tomorrow
February 2, 1956 The Benny Goodman Story
February 17, 1956 World in My Corner
March 10, 1956 Never Say Goodbye
March 13, 1956 The Price of Fear
March 19, 1956 Touch and Go
March 24, 1956 Raw Edge
March 1956 Red Sundown
April 11, 1956 Backlash
April 26, 1956 The Creature Walks Among Us
April 1956 The Kettles in the Ozarks
May 1, 1956 A Day of Fury
June 1, 1956 The Man Who Knew Too Much
June 13, 1956 Star in the Dust
June 29, 1956 The Toy Tiger
June 1956 Outside the Law
July 1, 1956 The Rawhide Years
July 2, 1956 Simon and Laura
July 20, 1956 Francis in the Haunted House
July 1956 Edge of Hell
July 1956 Congo Crossing
July 1956 Behind the High Wall
August 3, 1956 I've Lived Before
August 16, 1956 Away All Boats
September 1956 Walk the Proud Land
October 12, 1956 Pillars of the Sky
October 26, 1956 The Brave One
October 1956 Showdown at Abilene
November 1956 The Unguarded Moment
December 1, 1956 Everything But the Truth
December 1956 Curucu, Beast of the Amazon
December 1956 The Great Man
December 1956 The Mole People
December 1956 Rock, Pretty Baby
December 1956 Written on the Wind
January 16, 1957 Four Girls in Town
January 23, 1957 Istanbul
January 30, 1957 Gun for a Coward
February 1, 1957 The Young Stranger
February 14, 1957 Battle Hymn
February 22, 1957 The Incredible Shrinking Man
February 23, 1957 Mister Cory
March 14, 1957 The Tattered Dress
April 2, 1957 The Night Runner
April 4, 1957 Man Afraid
April 10, 1957 Kelly and Me
April 11, 1957 The Girl in the Kremlin
May 10, 1957 The Kettles on Old MacDonald's Farm
May 29, 1957 Joe Butterfly
May 1957 The Deadly Mantis
June 5, 1957 Public Pigeon No. 1
June 14, 1957 Tammy and the Bachelor plus Tammy sequels in 1961, 1963, and 1967
July 4, 1957 The Midnight Story
July 24, 1957 Night Passage
July 28, 1957 Doctor at Large
August 13, 1957 Man of a Thousand Faces
September 1, 1957 Slaughter on Tenth Avenue
September 5, 1957 Run of the Arrow
September 6, 1957 Quantez
September 25, 1957 Jet Pilot
September 1957 Appointment with a Shadow
October 11, 1957 My Man Godfrey
October 14, 1957 That Night!
October 27, 1957 Joe Dakota
October 30, 1957 The Land Unknown
November 13, 1957 All Mine to Give
November 27, 1957 The Violators
November 1957 Slim Carter
December 23, 1957 Escapade in Japan
December 1957 Love Slaves of the Amazon
December 1957 The Monolith Monsters
January 11, 1958 The Tarnished Angels
January 22, 1958 Man in the Shadow
January 22, 1958 The Female Animal
January 30, 1958 The Lady Takes a Flyer
February 5, 1958 Day of the Badman
February 5, 1958 The Girl Most Likely
February 1958 The Big Beat
February 1958 Flood Tide
March 1, 1958 Damn Citizen
March 5, 1958 The Mark of the Hawk
March 6, 1958 The Unholy Wife
April 23, 1958 Touch of Evil
April 25, 1958 Portrait of an Unknown Woman
April 1958 Live Fast, Die Young
April 1958 Girls on the Loose
May 8, 1958 Horror of Dracula U.S. distribution only; produced by Hammer Film Productions[N 1]
May 14, 1958 I Married a Woman
June 18, 1958 This Happy Feeling
June 25, 1958 Summer Love
June 27, 1958 The Thing That Couldn't Die
July 9, 1958 A Time to Love and a Time to Die
July 1958 The Last of the Fast Guns
August 6, 1958 Twilight of the Gods
August 13, 1958 Voice in the Mirror
August 1958 Wild Heritage
September 19, 1958 Raw Wind in Eden
September 24, 1958 Kathy O'
September 1958 Step Down to Terror
September 1958 Ride a Crooked Trail
September 1958 Once Upon a Horse...
October 1, 1958 The Saga of Hemp Brown
October 1958 The Perfect Furlough Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Comedy.
October 1958 Blood of the Vampire
October 1958 Money, Women and Guns
December 17, 1958 Monster on the Campus
December 1958 The Restless Years
February 11, 1959 Never Steal Anything Small
February 1959 No Name on the Bullet
March 3, 1959 A Stranger in My Arms
April 30, 1959 Imitation of Life
May 27, 1959 The Wild and the Innocent
May 1959 Curse of the Undead
June 26, 1959 This Earth Is Mine
June 1959 Born to Be Loved
July 5, 1959 Floods of Fear
October 2, 1959 The Silent Enemy
October 7, 1959 4D Man
October 7, 1959 Pillow Talk Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Comedy.
November 20, 1959 The Snow Queen English dub, distribution only
December 5, 1959 Operation Petticoat distribution only
Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Comedy.[N 2]
December 16, 1959 The Mummy Distribution only; co-production with Hammer Film Productions[N 1]

1960s

Release Date Title Notes
February 1, 1960 Hell Bent for Leather
February 10, 1960 Four Fast Guns
February 1960 Too Fast for Love
April 1960 Head of a Tyrant
May 15, 1960 Othello
May 1960 The Cossacks
May 1960 The Leech Woman
July 27, 1960 Portrait in Black
August 10, 1960 Dinosaurus!
August 20, 1960 College Confidential
September 5, 1960 The Brides of Dracula
September 25, 1960 Seven Ways from Sundown
October 7, 1960 Spartacus Winner of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Drama.
October 12, 1960 SOS Pacific
October 13, 1960 Midnight Lace
December 23, 1960 The Grass Is Greener distributor only[N 2]
Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Comedy.
December 28, 1960 Chartroose Caboose
December 1960 The Private Lives of Adam and Eve
March 1, 1961 The Great Impostor
March 1, 1961 Wings of Chance
March 29, 1961 Cone of Silence
April 1, 1961 Tomboy and the Champ
April 1961 The Secret Ways
April 1961 Blast of Silence
May 1, 1961 Posse from Hell
May 1, 1961 Ole Rex
May 1961 The Pharaoh's Woman
June 7, 1961 The Last Sunset
June 7, 1961 The Shadow of the Cat
June 7, 1961 The Curse of the Werewolf
June 8, 1961 Romanoff and Juliet
July 26, 1961 Tammy Tell Me True
August 9, 1961 Between Time and Eternity
August 9, 1961 Come September
September 1961 The Sergeant Was a Lady
October 11, 1961 Back Street
November 9, 1961 Flower Drum Song
December 20, 1961 Lover Come Back distribution
December 1961 Sea of Sand
December 1961 The Outsider
March 15, 1962 The Day the Earth Caught Fire
March 28, 1962 Nearly a Nasty Accident
April 12, 1962 Cape Fear
April 24, 1962 Six Black Horses
May 24, 1962 Lonely Are the Brave
June 13, 1962 Captain Clegg
June 14, 1962 That Touch of Mink distributiom only[N 2]
Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Comedy.
August 3, 1962 The Spiral Road
August 15, 1962 The Phantom of the Opera
September 20, 1962 No Man Is an Island
October 1, 1962 Stagecoach to Dancers' Rock
October 10, 1962 If a Man Answers Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Comedy.
December 12, 1962 Freud: The Secret Passion Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Drama.
December 25, 1962 To Kill a Mockingbird Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Drama.
December 31, 1962 40 Pounds of Trouble
March 28, 1963 The Birds
April 2, 1963 The Ugly American
May 3, 1963 Showdown
May 15, 1963 Paranoiac
May 15, 1963 The Traitors
May 29, 1963 Tammy and the Doctor
May 29, 1963 The List of Adrian Messenger
June 5, 1963 Lancelot and Guinevere
June 21, 1963 A Gathering of Eagles
June 26, 1963 King Kong vs. Godzilla U.S. distribution of 1962 Japanese Toho film
July 17, 1963 The Thrill of It All
August 7, 1963 For Love or Money
August 22, 1963 Mystery Submarine
September 11, 1963 The Kiss of the Vampire
December 5, 1963 Charade
December 25, 1963 Captain Newman, M.D.
December 1963 The Raiders
January 29, 1964 Man's Favorite Sport?
February 5, 1964 Dark Purpose
February 26, 1964 He Rides Tall
February 26, 1964 The Wild and the Willing
March 11, 1964 Hide and Seek
April 22, 1964 The Dream Maker
May 8, 1964 The Evil of Frankenstein
May 20, 1964 The Brass Bottle
May 21, 1964 The Chalk Garden
June 10, 1964 Bedtime Story
June 10, 1964 Wild and Wonderful
June 17, 1964 Nightmare
June 1964 McHale's Navy
July 3, 1964 Island of the Blue Dolphins
July 22, 1964 Marnie
August 26, 1964 I'd Rather Be Rich
September 1, 1964 Bullet for a Badman
October 14, 1964 Send Me No Flowers
October 24, 1964 The Lively Set
November 4, 1964 Live It Up!
November 4, 1964 Kitten with a Whip
December 10, 1964 Father Goose[N 2] Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy.
December 24, 1964 The Guns of August
December 24, 1964 Taggart
December 1964 The Night Walker
January 20, 1965 Blind Corner
January 23, 1965 Andy
February 10, 1965 Strange Bedfellows
March 24, 1965 Bus Riley's Back in Town
March 31, 1965 The Truth About Spring
April 1, 1965 The World of Abbott and Costello
April 1, 1965 The Naked Brigade
April 1965 The Sword of Ali Baba
April 1965 The Secret of Blood Island
May 5, 1965 Wild Seed
May 26, 1965 Mirage
June 3, 1965 Shenandoah
June 27, 1965 Fluffy
June 30, 1965 The Art of Love
July 9, 1965 McHale's Navy Joins the Air Force
July 21, 1965 I Saw What You Did
July 21, 1965 Dark Intruder
August 2, 1965 The Ipcress File U.S. distribution only; produced by Lowndes Productions Limited
August 5, 1965 Love and Kisses
August 14, 1965 A Very Special Favor
August 25, 1965 That Funny Feeling
November 17, 1965 The War Lord
December 22, 1965 Pinocchio in Outer Space U.S. distribution only; produced by Belvision Studios
January 5, 1966 Wild Wild Winter
January 5, 1966 Agent for H.A.R.M.
January 20, 1966 The Ghost and Mr. Chicken
January 27, 1966 Moment to Moment
February 2, 1966 The Rare Breed
March 25, 1966 A Man Could Get Killed
April 13, 1966 The Boy Cried Murder
April 27, 1966 Madame X
April 27, 1966 Gunpoint
May 5, 1966 Arabesque
May 12, 1966 Out of Sight
May 17, 1966 ...And Now Miguel
May 25, 1966 Blindfold
June 15, 1966 Johnny Tiger
June 15, 1966 Munster, Go Home!
July 1, 1966 Incident at Phantom Hill
July 14, 1966 Torn Curtain
August 17, 1966 The Pad and How to Use It
August 1966 The Plainsman
September 7, 1966 Beau Geste
September 14, 1966 The Appaloosa
October 26, 1966 Texas Across the River
November 14, 1966 Fahrenheit 451 U.S. distribution only
November 18, 1966 Let's Kill Uncle
December 21, 1966 Gambit Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy.
1967 The Far Out West
February 1, 1967 The Ballad of Josie
February 7, 1967 Tobruk
February 21, 1967 Deadlier Than the Male
February 1967 Island of Terror
February 1967 The Projected Man
March 15, 1967 A Countess from Hong Kong
March 21, 1967 Thoroughly Modern Millie Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy.
March 1967 Gunfight in Abilene
May 15, 1967 The Jokers
May 27, 1967 The War Wagon
May 1967 Tammy and the Millionaire
May 1967 Ride to Hangman's Tree
June 14, 1967 The Reluctant Astronaut
June 26, 1967 Palaces of a Queen
July 24, 1967 Privilege
August 1, 1967 Rough Night in Jericho
August 2, 1967 The Perils of Pauline
August 1967 The King's Pirate
September 17, 1967 Games
November 5, 1967 Chappaqua
November 22, 1967 Rosie!
December 13, 1967 Banning
January 12, 1968 Nobody's Perfect
January 24, 1968 Pretty Polly
February 1, 1968 Sergeant Ryker
February 7, 1968 The Young Warriors
February 11, 1968 Charlie Bubbles
February 29, 1968 The Secret War of Harry Frigg
March 6, 1968 P.J.
March 8, 1968 A Man Called Gannon
March 13, 1968 Counterpoint
March 29, 1968 Madigan
April 24, 1968 The Champagne Murders
May 24, 1968 What's So Bad About Feeling Good?
May 26, 1968 Boom!
May 1968 Warkill
May 1968 Three Guns for Texas
May 1968 The Counterfeit Killer
June 5, 1968 Jigsaw
June 19, 1968 King Kong Escapes U.S. distribution of Japanese-made 1967 Toho film
July 10, 1968 The Shakiest Gun in the West
July 12, 1968 A Lovely Way to Die
July 14, 1968 Did You Hear the One About the Traveling Saleslady?
July 1968 In Enemy Country
August 11, 1968 Zita
August 26, 1968 The Killing Game
August 28, 1968 The Hell with Heroes
September 4, 1968 Don't Just Stand There!
September 18, 1968 Oedipus the King
September 22, 1968 The Bofors Gun
September 25, 1968 Work Is a Four-Letter Word
October 2, 1968 Coogan's Bluff
October 16, 1968 The Pink Jungle
October 23, 1968 Secret Ceremony
November 27, 1968 Hellfighters
January 1, 1969 Strategy of Terror
February 19, 1969 The Night of the Following Day
February 19, 1969 The Last Adventure
February 1969 Better a Widow
March 1969 Dead Run
April 1, 1969 Sweet Charity
April 2, 1969 Angel in My Pocket
April 27, 1969 Isadora
May 9, 1969 Death of a Gunfighter
May 22, 1969 Winning
May 26, 1969 Backtrack!
June 18, 1969 Eye of the Cat
June 1969 A Degree of Murder
June 1969 The Wise Guys
July 11, 1969 The Lost Man
August 1969 The Love God?
September 14, 1969 House of Cards
September 23, 1969 The Adding Machine
September 1969 Arabella
October 6, 1969 Three Into Two Won't Go
October 1969 Wild Season
November 10, 1969 Change of Habit
November 11, 1969 Journey to the Far Side of the Sun
December 10, 1969 The Activist
December 18, 1969 Anne of the Thousand Days Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
Winner of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Drama.
December 18, 1969 Tell Them Willie Boy Is Here
December 19, 1969 Topaz

1970s

Release Date Title Notes
January 27, 1970 A Time in the Sun
February 1970 Story of a Woman
March 5, 1970 Airport Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
Followed by "Airport 1975," "Airport '77," and "The Concorde ... Airport '79," respectively
March 6, 1970 Skullduggery
March 1970 A Nun at the Crossroads
April 8, 1970 Colossus: The Forbin Project
April 1970 Cockeyed Cowboys of Calico County
May 6, 1970 In Search of Gregory
May 1970 Pufnstuf co-production with Sid & Marty Krofft Pictures
June 16, 1970 Two Mules for Sister Sara
August 10, 1970 Diary of a Mad Housewife
August 16, 1970 Dreams of Glass
November 25, 1970 Act of the Heart
December 16, 1970 Puzzle of a Downfall Child
December 21, 1970 I Love My Wife
December 30, 1970 A Very Curious Girl
December 31, 1970 Sometimes a Great Notion
February 12, 1971 Raid on Rommel
February 1971 How to Frame a Figg
March 12, 1971 The Andromeda Strain
March 28, 1971 Taking Off
March 31, 1971 The Beguiled
May 12, 1971 Red Sky at Morning
June 1, 1971 One More Train to Rob
June 9, 1971 They Might Be Giants
July 7, 1971 Two-Lane Blacktop
August 11, 1971 The Hired Hand
September 29, 1971 The Last Movie
October 13, 1971 Shoot Out
October 28, 1971 The Railway Children U.S. theatrical distribution only; produced by EMI Films
November 12, 1971 Play Misty for Me
December 22, 1971 Minnie and Moskowitz
February 2, 1972 Mary, Queen of Scots Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Drama.
March 10, 1972 Silent Running
March 15, 1972 Slaughterhouse-Five
March 23, 1972 The Ra Expeditions
June 14, 1972 The Great Northfield Minnesota Raid
June 21, 1972 The Groundstar Conspiracy
June 21, 1972 Frenzy Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Drama.
June 1972 Twins of Evil
July 13, 1972 Hands of the Ripper U.S. distribution only; co-production with Hammer Film Productions[N 3]
July 14, 1972 Joe Kidd
July 18, 1972 Follow Me!
October 13, 1972 You'll Like My Mother
October 13, 1972 Ulzana's Raid
October 19, 1972 Play It As It Lays
November 1972 Limbo
December 17, 1972 Pete 'n' Tillie
December 22, 1972 Trick Baby
March 18, 1973 Two People
April 18, 1973 Bequest to the Nation
May 1, 1973 Guns of a Stranger
June 20, 1973 Showdown
July 30, 1973 The Day of the Jackal Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Drama.
July 1973 SSSSSSS
August 1, 1973 The Naked Ape
August 1, 1973 The Boy Who Cried Werewolf
August 11, 1973 American Graffiti Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
Winner of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy.
Followed by sequel in 1979
August 15, 1973 Jesus Christ Superstar Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy.
August 22, 1973 High Plains Drifter
October 19, 1973 Charley Varrick
November 14, 1973 The Don Is Dead
November 18, 1973 Breezy
December 25, 1973 The Sting Winner of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
Followed by sequel in 1983
January 23, 1974 Willie Dynamite
January 30, 1974 That Man Bolt
April 5, 1974 The Sugarland Express
May 17, 1974 The Black Windmill
June 14, 1974 The Midnight Man
June 1974 My Name is Nobody
August 21, 1974 Newman's Law
August 22, 1974 The Girl from Petrovka
October 18, 1974 Airport 1975
October 18, 1974 Janis
November 15, 1974 Earthquake Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Drama.
December 17, 1974 The Front Page Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy.
March 13, 1975 The Great Waldo Pepper
March 28, 1975 Homo Eroticus
May 21, 1975 The Eiger Sanction
June 20, 1975 Jaws Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Drama.
Followed by sequels in 1978, 1983, and 1987
October 8, 1975 Sidecar Racers
October 17, 1975 Rooster Cogburn
November 14, 1975 The Other Side of the Mountain
December 7, 1975 Special Section
December 25, 1975 The Hindenburg
January 1976 Jim the World's Greatest
February 11, 1976 Gable and Lombard
March 31, 1976 W.C. Fields and Me
March 1976 Mustang Country
April 9, 1976 Family Plot
June 18, 1976 Midway
July 16, 1976 The Bingo Long Traveling All-Stars & Motor Kings
July 29, 1976 Swashbuckler
August 1976 The Bawdy Adventures of Tom Jones
October 22, 1976 Car Wash
October 24, 1976 The Seven-Per-Cent Solution
November 4, 1976 The Slipper and the Rose
November 12, 1976 Two-Minute Warning
1977 Checkered Flag or Crash
January 7, 1977 The Sentinel
February 11, 1977 Fellini's Casanova U.S. theatrical distribution only
February 25, 1977 Slap Shot
March 11, 1977 Airport '77
May 13, 1977 The Car
May 27, 1977 Smokey and the Bandit plus sequels in 1980 and 1983
May 1977 Forever Young, Forever Free
June 17, 1977 Rollercoaster
June 24, 1977 Sorcerer U.S. distribution only; co-production with Paramount Pictures
June 30, 1977 MacArthur
July 15, 1977 The Last Remake of Beau Geste
November 4, 1977 Which Way Is Up?
November 4, 1977 Heroes
December 23, 1977 The Choirboys
December 30, 1977 Scott Joplin
January 6, 1978 September 30, 1955
February 10, 1978 The Other Side of the Mountain Part 2
February 10, 1978 Blue Collar
February 1978 Skateboard co-production with Bilum Group; Scorpion Releasing owns home video rights
March 10, 1978 Gray Lady Down
March 15, 1978 House Calls
April 21, 1978 I Wanna Hold Your Hand
April 1978 FM
May 12, 1978 The Greek Tycoon
May 12, 1978 Nunzio
June 16, 1978 Jaws 2
July 24, 1978 Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band co-production with Robert Stigwood Organisation
July 28, 1978 National Lampoon's Animal House
September 22, 1978 Almost Summer
September 22, 1978 Paradise Alley
October 6, 1978 The Big Fix
October 24, 1978 The Wiz
November 2, 1978 Caravans
November 22, 1978 Same Time, Next Year
December 8, 1978 The Deer Hunter Winner of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Drama.
co-production with EMI Films
December 8, 1978 The Brink's Job
December 22, 1978 Moment by Moment
1979 Streets of Hong Kong
January 1979 Five Days from Home
March 8, 1979 The Promise
March 30, 1979 Buck Rogers in the 25th Century
May 1979 Battlestar Galactica modified version released theatrically of pilot film for 1978 ABC-TV series
May 1979 Fast Charlie... the Moonbeam Rider
June 15, 1979 Walk Proud
July 20, 1979 Dracula
August 3, 1979 More American Graffiti
August 17, 1979 The Concorde ... Airport '79
August 17, 1979 The Prisoner of Zenda co-production with The Mirisch Corporation
August 17, 1979 The Seduction of Joe Tynan
September 14, 1979 The Legacy
September 19, 1979 Yanks U.S. distribution only; United Artists released the film overseas
November 16, 1979 Running
December 14, 1979 1941 U.S. distribution only; co-production with Columbia Pictures
December 14, 1979 The Jerk
December 21, 1979 The Electric Horseman international distribution only; co-production with Columbia Pictures

1980s

Release Date Title Notes
January 25, 1980 Guyana: Cult of the Damned
February 8, 1980 The Last Married Couple in America
March 7, 1980 Coal Miner's Daughter Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
Winner of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Drama.
March 21, 1980 Little Miss Marker
April 18, 1980 North Sea Hijack
April 25, 1980 Where the Buffalo Roam
May 9, 1980 The Nude Bomb
May 23, 1980 The Gong Show Movie
June 13, 1980 The Island
June 20, 1980 The Blues Brothers
July 18, 1980 Cheech and Chong's Next Movie
August 8, 1980 Xanadu
August 15, 1980 Smokey and the Bandit II
September 19, 1980 Melvin and Howard Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy.
September 26, 1980 In God We Tru$t
September 26, 1980 Resurrection
October 3, 1980 Somewhere in Time
December 5, 1980 Flash Gordon U.S. distribution only; co-production with the Dino De Laurentiis Company and Starling Films; international rights currently held by StudioCanal; MGM currently has TV rights
1981 The White Lions
1981 Invaders from the Deep
1981 Burned at the Stake
January 30, 1981 The Incredible Shrinking Woman
March 6, 1981 All Night Long
March 13, 1981 The Funhouse
April 4, 1981 Nighthawks
April 24, 1981 Beyond the Reef
April 24, 1981 Cattle Annie and Little Britches distribution only; co-production with Hemdale Film Corporation[N 4]
May 1, 1981 King of the Mountain
May 22, 1981 The Four Seasons
May 22, 1981 Bustin' Loose
May 22, 1981 The Legend of the Lone Ranger distribution only, produced by ITC Entertainment
June 26, 1981 The Great Muppet Caper distribution only, produced by ITC Entertainment[N 5]
July 17, 1981 Endless Love Universal distributed PolyGram Pictures production
August 21, 1981 An American Werewolf in London Universal distributed PolyGram Pictures production
August 21, 1981 Honky Tonk Freeway
September 18, 1981 Continental Divide co-production with Amblin Entertainment
September 18, 1981 Raggedy Man
October 2, 1981 Zoot Suit
October 23, 1981 Silence of the North
October 30, 1981 Halloween II U.S. distribution only; co-production with the Dino De Laurentiis Corporation
November 13, 1981 The Pursuit of D.B. Cooper
December 4, 1981 On Golden Pond distribution only; produced by ITC Entertainment
Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
Winner of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Drama.
December 18, 1981 Ghost Story
December 18, 1981 Heartbeeps
January 31, 1982 The Border
February 12, 1982 Missing Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Drama.
February 19, 1982 Barbarosa
March 5, 1982 Evil Under the Sun
April 2, 1982 A Little Sex
April 2, 1982 Cat People co-production with RKO Pictures
May 7, 1982 Death Valley
May 14, 1982 Conan the Barbarian U.S. distribution only; co-production with the Dino De Laurentiis Corportaion; International rights held by 20th Century Fox.
May 21, 1982 Dead Men Don't Wear Plaid co-production with Aspen Film Society
June 11, 1982 E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
co-production with Amblin Entertainment
June 25, 1982 The Thing
July 23, 1982 The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy.
August 13, 1982 Fast Times at Ridgemont High
October 22, 1982 Halloween III: Season of the Witch U.S. distribution only; co-production with the Dino De Laurentiis Corporation
December 3, 1982 Frances distribution only; produced by EMI Films
December 8, 1982 Sophie's Choice distribution only, produced by ITC Entertainment
Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Drama.
December 17, 1982 The Dark Crystal distribution only, produced by ITC Entertainment; still owns theatrical rights while home rights are currently hold by Sony Pictures Home Entertainment.
December 24, 1982 Six Weeks
February 4, 1983 Videodrome distribution only, produced with the participation of the Canadian Film Development Corporation and Famous Players
February 18, 1983 The Pirates of Penzance
February 18, 1983 The Sting II
February 1983 Second Thoughts
March 4, 1983 Tender Mercies distribution only; produced by EMI Films
Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Drama.
March 23, 1983 Eddie Macon's Run
March 25, 1983 Bad Boys distribution only; produced by EMI Films
March 31, 1983 Monty Python's The Meaning of Life
May 6, 1983 Doctor Detroit
June 3, 1983 Psycho II
July 1, 1983 Stroker Ace U.S. distributor; co-production with Warner Bros.
July 22, 1983 Jaws 3-D
July 29, 1983 Private School
August 12, 1983 Smokey and the Bandit Part 3
August 19, 1983 Metalstorm: The Destruction of Jared-Syn
September 2, 1983 Merry Christmas, Mr. Lawrence distribution only, produced by Recorded Picture Company
September 9, 1983 Nightmares
September 21, 1983 Cross Creek
September 30, 1983 Going Berserk
September 30, 1983 The Lonely Lady
September 30, 1983 Hanna K.
October 21, 1983 Rumble Fish co-production with American Zoetrope
December 9, 1983 Scarface
December 16, 1983 D.C. Cab
January 27, 1984 Slayground U.S. distribution only, co-production with Thorn EMI Screen Entertainment
January 27, 1984 The Lonely Guy
February 17, 1984 Crackers
March 2, 1984 Repo Man
March 16, 1984 Tank co-production with Lorimar
April 6, 1984 Hard to Hold
April 13, 1984 Iceman
May 4, 1984 Sixteen Candles
May 11, 1984 Firestarter
June 1, 1984 Streets of Fire
June 13, 1984 Under the Volcano
June 29, 1984 Conan the Destroyer U.S. distribution only; co-production with the Dino De Laurentiis Company
July 13, 1984 The Last Starfighter co-production with Lorimar; Warner Bros. currently has TV rights.
July 20, 1984 One Deadly Summer
August 10, 1984 Cloak & Dagger
September 21, 1984 All of Me U.S. distributor only, produced by Kings Road Entertainment
September 28, 1984 The Wild Life
October 10, 1984 Comfort and Joy distributor only, co-production of Kings Road Entertainment, Thorn EMI and Scottish Television
October 26, 1984 Terror in the Aisles
December 14, 1984 Dune
December 14, 1984 Mass Appeal
December 19, 1984 The River
February 15, 1985 The Breakfast Club
February 22, 1985 Into the Night
March 8, 1985 Mask
April 12, 1985 Annie's Coming Out also known as A Test of Love
April 26, 1985 Stick
May 3, 1985 Gotcha!
May 22, 1985 Brewster's Millions co-production with Silver Pictures
May 31, 1985 Fletch
July 3, 1985 Back to the Future Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy.
co-production with Amblin Entertainment
August 2, 1985 Weird Science
September 13, 1985 James Joyce's Women
September 20, 1985 Creator distribution only; produced by Kings Road Entertainment
September 20, 1985 Morons from Outer Space distribution only; produced by Thorn EMI Screen Entertainment[N 4]
October 4, 1985 Dreamchild distribution only; produced by Thorn EMI Screen Entertainment[N 4]
October 18, 1985 The Holcroft Covenant distribution only; produced by Thorn EMI Screen Entertainment[N 4]
October 18, 1985 Wild Geese II distribution only; produced by Thorn EMI Screen Entertainment[N 4]
October 1985 UFOria
December 18, 1985 Brazil U.S. distribution only; co-production with Embassy International Pictures N.V.; 20th Century Fox held international rights
December 18, 1985 Out of Africa Winner of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
Winner of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Drama.
January 31, 1986 The Best of Times distribution only; produced by Kings Road Entertainment
March 26, 1986 The Money Pit co-production with Amblin Entertainment
April 18, 1986 Legend U.S. distribution only; 20th Century Fox held international rights
May 14, 1986 Sweet Liberty
June 18, 1986 Legal Eagles
July 2, 1986 Psycho III
August 1, 1986 Howard the Duck co-production with Lucasfilm Ltd. and Marvel Comics
August 29, 1986 Bullies
September 12, 1986 'night, Mother
October 3, 1986 Playing for Keeps distributor; produced by Miramax Films
October 10, 1986 Clockwise
November 21, 1986 An American Tail Nplus its three sequels, co-production with Amblin Entertainment and Sullivan Bluth Studios
December 25, 1986 Brighton Beach Memoirs
April 10, 1987 The Secret of My Success
May 1, 1987 The Allnighter
June 5, 1987 Harry and the Hendersons co-production with Amblin Entertainment
June 26, 1987 Dragnet
July 17, 1987 Jaws: The Revenge
August 14, 1987 North Shore
August 21, 1987 Born in East L.A.
September 18, 1987 Amazon Women on the Moon
October 9, 1987 Hail! Hail! Rock 'n' Roll
October 9, 1987 Three O'Clock High
October 23, 1987 Prince of Darkness
October 27, 1987 Positive I.D.
November 6, 1987 Cry Freedom
November 13, 1987 Cross My Heart
December 4, 1987 Walker
December 18, 1987 *batteries not included Nominee of the Saturn Award for Best Actress. co-production with Amblin Entertainment
February 5, 1988 The Serpent and the Rainbow U.S. distribution only; Carolco Pictures held international rights
March 18, 1988 The Milagro Beanfield War
March 25, 1988 Biloxi Blues
April 22, 1988 Casual Sex?
May 6, 1988 Shakedown
June 17, 1988 The Great Outdoors
July 8, 1988 Phantasm II U.S. distribution only; co-production with The Spacegate Corporation; International rights held by Starway International
July 20, 1988 Midnight Run Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy.
August 12, 1988 The Last Temptation of Christ co-production with Cineplex Odeon Films
September 9, 1988 Moon Over Parador
September 23, 1988 Gorillas in the Mist: The Story of Dian Fossey Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Drama.
U.S. distribution only; co-production with Warner Bros.
October 14, 1988 Madame Sousatzka
November 4, 1988 They Live U.S. distribution only; Carolco Pictures held international rights (which are now controlled by StudioCanal); co-production with Alive Films
November 18, 1988 The Land Before Time plus sequels, co-production with Amblin Entertainment, Lucasfilm Ltd., and Sullivan Bluth Studios
November 1988 Missing Link
December 1, 1988 Screwball Hotel
December 2, 1988 Watchers distribution only; produced by Carolco Pictures
December 9, 1988 Twins
December 21, 1988 Talk Radio co-production with Cineplex Odeon Films
February 17, 1989 The 'Burbs co-production with Imagine Entertainment
March 17, 1989 Fletch Lives
April 7, 1989 The Dream Team co-production with Imagine Entertainment
April 21, 1989 Field of Dreams
April 28, 1989 K-9
June 2, 1989 Renegades co-production with Morgan Creek Productions
June 30, 1989 Do the Right Thing Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Drama.
July 13, 1989 Return from the River Kwai
August 2, 1989 Parenthood co-production with Imagine Entertainment
August 16, 1989 Uncle Buck
September 15, 1989 Sea of Love
October 27, 1989 Dad co-production with Amblin Entertainment
October 27, 1989 Shocker
November 22, 1989 Back to the Future Part II co-production with Amblin Entertainment
December 15, 1989 The Wizard U.S. distribution only; Carolco Pictures held international rights
December 20, 1989 Born on the Fourth of July Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
Winner of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Drama.
December 22, 1989 Always co-production with United Artists and Amblin Entertainment

1990s

Release Date Title Notes
January 19, 1990 Tremors
March 30, 1990 Opportunity Knocks co-production with Imagine Entertainment
April 6, 1990 Cry-Baby co-production with Imagine Entertainment
April 27, 1990 The Guardian
May 18, 1990 Bird on a Wire
May 25, 1990 Back to the Future Part III co-production with Amblin Entertainment
June 29, 1990 Ghost Dad
July 6, 1990 Jetsons: The Movie co-production with Hanna-Barbera Productions
July 27, 1990 Problem Child co-production with Imagine Entertainment and Robert Simonds Productions
August 3, 1990 Mo' Better Blues
August 24, 1990 Darkman plus its two sequels
October 5, 1990 Henry & June
October 19, 1990 White Palace
November 9, 1990 Child's Play 2
December 12, 1990 Havana
December 21, 1990 Kindergarten Cop co-production with Imagine Entertainment
January 11, 1991 Lionheart
January 18, 1991 Once Around
February 15, 1991 King Ralph
March 6, 1991 Closet Land co-production with Imagine Entertainment
March 8, 1991 The Hard Way
March 29, 1991 Career Opportunities
April 26, 1991 A Kiss Before Dying
May 24, 1991 Backdraft co-production with Imagine Entertainment
June 7, 1991 Jungle Fever co-production with 40 Acres and A Mule Filmworks
July 3, 1991 Problem Child 2 co-production with Imagine Entertainment and Robert Simonds Productions
July 26, 1991 Mobsters
August 9, 1991 Pure Luck
August 30, 1991 Child's Play 3
October 4, 1991 Shout
October 18, 1991 Cool as Ice
November 1, 1991 The People Under the Stairs
November 13, 1991 Cape Fear co-production with Amblin Entertainment
November 22, 1991 An American Tail: Fievel Goes West co-production with Amblimation
December 6, 1991 At Play in the Fields of the Lord
December 27, 1991 Fried Green Tomatoes Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy.
January 10, 1992 Kuffs
February 21, 1992 Stop! Or My Mom Will Shoot
March 13, 1992 American Me
April 3, 1992 Beethoven co-production with Northern Lights
April 17, 1992 The Babe
April 29, 1992 Leaving Normal
May 22, 1992 Far and Away co-production with Imagine Entertainment
June 12, 1992 HouseSitter co-production with Imagine Entertainment
July 31, 1992 Death Becomes Her
August 7, 1992 Raising Cain
September 4, 1992 Out on a Limb
September 9, 1992 Sneakers
October 2, 1992 Mr. Baseball co-production with Outlaw Productions
October 16, 1992 The Public Eye
October 23, 1992 Dr. Giggles[N 6] produced by Largo Entertainment
December 23, 1992 Scent of a Woman Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture. Winner of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Drama.
December 25, 1992 Trespass
December 30, 1992 Lorenzo's Oil
January 29, 1993 Matinee
February 19, 1993 Army of Darkness U.S. distribution only; co-production with Dino De Laurentiis Communications & Renaissance Pictures
March 5, 1993 Mad Dog and Glory
March 12, 1993 CB4 co-production with Imagine Entertainment
April 2, 1993 Cop and a Half co-production with Imagine Entertainment
April 30, 1993 Splitting Heirs
May 7, 1993 Dragon: The Bruce Lee Story
June 11, 1993 Jurassic Park co-production with Amblin Entertainment
August 13, 1993 Heart and Souls
August 20, 1993 Hard Target co-Production with Alphaville Films / Renaissance Pictures
September 10, 1993 The Real McCoy co-Production with Bregman / Baer Productions
September 24, 1993 Dazed and Confused released by Gramercy Pictures
October 1, 1993 For Love or Money co-production with Imagine Entertainment
October 15, 1993 Judgment Night[N 6] produced by Largo Entertainment
November 10, 1993 Carlito's Way co-production with Bregman / Baer Productions.inc
November 24, 1993 We're Back! A Dinosaur's Story co-production with Amblimation
December 3, 1993 A Dangerous Woman co-production with Amblin Entertainment, released by Gramercy Pictures
December 15, 1993 Schindler's List Winner of the Academy Award for Best Picture. Winner of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Drama. co-production with Amblin Entertainment
December 17, 1993 Beethoven's 2nd co-production with Northern Lights
February 11, 1994 The Getaway[N 6] produced by Largo Entertainment
February 18, 1994 Reality Bites co-production with Jersey Films
February 25, 1994 In the Name of the Father Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture. Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Drama.
March 4, 1994 Greedy co-production with Imagine Entertainment
March 18, 1994 The Paper co-production with Imagine Entertainment
May 6, 1994 Phantasm III: Lord of the Dead U.S. distribution only;[N 7] co-production with Starway International
May 13, 1994 Crooklyn
May 27, 1994 The Flintstones co-production with Amblin Entertainment and Hanna-Barbera Productions
June 3, 1994 The Cowboy Way co-production with Imagine Entertainment
July 1, 1994 The Shadow co-production with Bregman / Baer Productions.inc
July 29, 1994 Foreign Student co-production with Gramercy Pictures
August 5, 1994 The Little Rascals co-production with Amblin Entertainment and King World
September 9, 1994 A Good Man in Africa released by Gramercy Pictures
September 16, 1994 Timecop distribution only;[N 6] co-production of Largo Entertainment, Dark Horse Entertainment and Renaissance Pictures
September 30, 1994 The River Wild
October 21, 1994 Radioland Murders co-production with Lucasfilm Ltd.
November 4, 1994 The War
November 23, 1994 Junior co-production with Northern Lights
December 23, 1994 Street Fighter U.S. distribution only; Columbia Pictures held international rights, co-production with Capcom
January 13, 1995 Demon Knight
February 10, 1995 Billy Madison Robert Simonds Productions
February 24, 1995 The Hunted
March 24, 1995 Major Payne
April 21, 1995 The Cure
April 28, 1995 Village of the Damned
May 26, 1995 Casper co-production with Amblin Entertainment and The Harvey Entertainment Company
June 30, 1995 Apollo 13 Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture. Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Drama. co-production with Imagine Entertainment
July 28, 1995 Waterworld
August 4, 1995 Babe Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture. Winner of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy.
September 8, 1995 To Wong Foo, Thanks for Everything! Julie Newmar co-production with Amblin Entertainment
September 13, 1995 Clockers
October 6, 1995 How to Make an American Quilt co-production with Amblin Entertainment
October 20, 1995 Mallrats released by Gramercy Pictures; co-production with View Askew Productions and Alphaville
November 3, 1995 Gold Diggers: The Secret of Bear Mountain
November 17, 1995 The American President Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy. International distribution only; Columbia Pictures held U.S. rights, co-production with Castle Rock Entertainment
November 22, 1995 Casino
December 22, 1995 Balto co-production with Amblimation
December 22, 1995 Sudden Death
December 29, 1995 12 Monkeys
February 16, 1996 Happy Gilmore Robert Simonds Productions
March 15, 1996 Ed
March 29, 1996 Sgt. Bilko co-production with Imagine Entertainment
April 12, 1996 Fear co-production with Imagine Entertainment
April 19, 1996 Mystery Science Theater 3000: The Movie co-production with Best Brains, released by Gramercy Pictures
April 26, 1996 The Quest
May 10, 1996 Twister International distribution only; co-production with Warner Bros. and Amblin Entertainment
May 17, 1996 Flipper co-production with The Bubble Factory
May 31, 1996 Dragonheart
June 28, 1996 The Nutty Professor co-production with Imagine Entertainment
July 19, 1996 The Frighteners co-Production with Wingnut Films
August 16, 1996 Bordello of Blood
August 30, 1996 The Trigger Effect co-production with Amblin Entertainment; released by Gramercy Pictures
September 6, 1996 Bulletproof
October 11, 1996 The Chamber co-production with Imagine Entertainment
December 6, 1996 Daylight
January 24, 1997 Fierce Creatures co-production with Jersey Films
February 7, 1997 Dante's Peak
March 21, 1997 Liar Liar co-production with Imagine Entertainment
April 4, 1997 That Old Feeling
April 18, 1997 McHale's Navy co-production with The Bubble Factory
May 23, 1997 The Lost World: Jurassic Park co-production with Amblin Entertainment
July 11, 1997 A Simple Wish
August 22, 1997 Leave It to Beaver
August 29, 1997 Kull the Conqueror
November 14, 1997 The Jackal co-production with Mutual Film Company and Alphaville
December 12, 1997 For Richer or Poorer co-production with The Bubble Factory
December 31, 1997 The Boxer Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Drama.
January 16, 1998 Half Baked Robert Simonds Productions
February 6, 1998 Blues Brothers 2000
February 13, 1998 The Borrowers released by PolyGram Filmed Entertainment
February 27, 1998 Kissing a Fool
March 20, 1998 Primary Colors
April 3, 1998 Mercury Rising co-production with Imagine Entertainment
May 1, 1998 Black Dog
May 22, 1998 Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas co-production with Summit Entertainment and Rhino Films
June 26, 1998 Out of Sight
July 10, 1998 Small Soldiers co-production with DreamWorks and Amblin Entertainment
July 31, 1998 BASEketball
September 18, 1998 One True Thing
October 16, 1998 Bride of Chucky
November 13, 1998 Meet Joe Black
November 25, 1998 Babe: Pig in the City sequel to Babe, distributor
December 4, 1998 Psycho co-production with Imagine Entertainment
December 25, 1998 Patch Adams Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy.
January 15, 1999 Virus
February 19, 1999 October Sky
March 26, 1999 EDtv co-production with Imagine Entertainment
April 16, 1999 Life co-production with Imagine Entertainment
May 7, 1999 The Mummy co-production with Alphaville
May 28, 1999 Notting Hill released by PolyGram Filmed Entertainment
July 9, 1999 American Pie
August 6, 1999 Mystery Men
August 13, 1999 Bowfinger co-production with Imagine Entertainment
August 27, 1999 Dudley Do-Right
September 17, 1999 For Love of the Game
October 15, 1999 The Story of Us U.S. distribution only; Warner Bros. held international rights, co-production with Castle Rock Entertainment
October 22, 1999 The Best Man
November 5, 1999 The Bone Collector U.S. distributor; co-production with Columbia Pictures
November 24, 1999 End of Days
November 24, 1999 Ride with the Devil
December 22, 1999 Man on the Moon Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy.
December 22, 1999 Snow Falling on Cedars
December 25, 1999 Angela's Ashes International distributor; co-production with Paramount Pictures
December 29, 1999 The Hurricane Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Drama.

2000s

Title Release Date Notes
February 28, 2000 Isn't She Great
March 17, 2000 Erin Brockovich USA distribution, co-production with Columbia Pictures
March 31, 2000 The Skulls co-production with Newmarket Films
April 21, 2000 U-571 co-production with StudioCanal
April 28, 2000 The Flintstones in Viva Rock Vegas co-production with Amblin Entertainment and Hanna-Barbera Productions
May 5, 2000 Gladiator international distribution, co-production with DreamWorks and Scott Free Productions
May 12, 2000 Screwed
June 30, 2000 The Adventures of Rocky and Bullwinkle co-production with Capella International / KC Medien / TriBeca Productions
July 28, 2000 Nutty Professor II: The Klumps co-production with Imagine Entertainment
August 25, 2000 Bring It On co-production with Beacon Pictures
September 8, 2000 The Watcher
October 6, 2000 Meet the Parents USA distribution, co-production with DreamWorks, plus its sequel in 2004
November 17, 2000 How the Grinch Stole Christmas co-production with Imagine Entertainment
December 22, 2000 O Brother, Where Art Thou? international distribution, co-production with Working Title Films, StudioCanal and Touchstone Pictures
December 22, 2000 The Family Man
February 2, 2001 Head Over Heels
February 9, 2001 Hannibal international distribution, co-production with Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Pictures and Dino De Laurentiis
April 11, 2001 Josie and the Pussycats USA distribution, co-production with Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Pictures
April 13, 2001 Bridget Jones's Diary USA distribution, co-production with Miramax Films, Studio Canal and Working Title Films
May 4, 2001 The Mummy Returns co-production with Alphaville
June 22, 2001 The Fast and the Furious co-production with Original Film
July 18, 2001 Jurassic Park III co-production with Amblin Entertainment
August 10, 2001 American Pie 2
August 17, 2001 Captain Corelli's Mandolin USA distribution, co-produced with Working Title Films, Studio Canal and Miramax Films
September 7, 2001 The Musketeer USA distribution only, co-production with Miramax Films
October 12, 2001 Mulholland Dr. distribution only in USA
October 26, 2001 K-PAX USA distribution, co-production with Intermedia Films and Lawrence Gordon Productions
November 21, 2001 Spy Game distributor
December 21, 2001 A Beautiful Mind USA distribution, co-production with DreamWorks and Imagine Entertainment
December 21, 2001 How High
January 11, 2002 Brotherhood of the Wolf distribution only in USA and Australia
February 8, 2002 Big Fat Liar co-production with Tollin/Robbins Productions
February 22, 2002 Dragonfly USA distribution, co-production with Spyglass Entertainment
March 1, 2002 40 Days and 40 Nights USA distribution, co-production with Miramax Films and Working Title Films
March 15, 2002 Harrison's Flowers
March 22, 2002 e.t. 20th anniversary edition co-production with Amblin Entertainment
April 19, 2002 The Scorpion King co-production with Alphaville
May 17, 2002 About a Boy co-production with Working Title Films
May 31, 2002 Undercover Brother co-production with Imagine Entertainment
June 14, 2002 The Bourne Identity co-production with The Kennedy/Marshall Company
August 16, 2002 Blue Crush co-production with Imagine Entertainment
October 4, 2002 Red Dragon
October 25, 2002 The Truth About Charlie
November 8, 2002 8 Mile co-production with Imagine Entertainment
November 22, 2002 The Emperor's Club
December 6, 2002 Empire distribution only in most countries, including USA
February 14, 2003 The Guru
February 21, 2003 The Life of David Gale co-production with Intermedia Films
May 23, 2003 Bruce Almighty USA distribution, co-production with Spyglass Entertainment
June 6, 2003 2 Fast 2 Furious co-production with Original Film
June 20, 2003 Hulk co-production with Marvel Studios, Valhalla Motion Pictures and Good Machine Studios
July 18, 2003 Johnny English co-production with Working Title Films and StudioCanal
July 25, 2003 Seabiscuit USA distribution, co-production with DreamWorks and Spyglass Entertainment
August 1, 2003 American Wedding
September 26, 2003 The Rundown USA distribution, co-production with Columbia Pictures
October 10, 2003 Intolerable Cruelty co-production with Imagine Entertainment and Alphaville
November 14, 2003 Love Actually co-production with Studio Canal and Working Title Films
November 14, 2003 Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World select international distribution, co-production with 20th Century Fox and Miramax Films
November 21, 2003 Dr. Seuss' The Cat in the Hat USA distribution, co-production with DreamWorks and Imagine Entertainment
December 5, 2003 Honey
December 25, 2003 Peter Pan USA distribution, co-production with Columbia Pictures and Revolution Studios
January 16, 2004 Along Came Polly co-production with Jersey Films
March 19, 2004 Dawn of the Dead co-production with Strike Entertainment
April 16, 2004 Connie and Carla co-production with Spyglass Entertainment
May 7, 2004 Van Helsing co-production with Alphaville
June 11, 2004 The Chronicles of Riddick co-production with Radar Pictures & One Race Films
June 25, 2004 Two Brothers co-production with Pathé
July 23, 2004 The Bourne Supremacy co-production with The Kennedy/Marshall Company
July 30, 2004 Thunderbirds international distribution, co-production with Columbia Pictures, StudioCanal and Working Title Films
September 17, 2004 Wimbledon
September 24, 2004 Shaun of the Dead co-production with Rogue Pictures, StudioCanal, Film4 Productions, and Working Title Films; Rogue Pictures handled U.S. distribution while Universal distributed it in countries outside the USA
October 2, 2004 Shark Tale co-production with DreamWorks Animation
October 8, 2004 Friday Night Lights co-production with Imagine Entertainment
October 29, 2004 Ray distribution co-production with Bristol Bay Productions
November 19, 2004 Bridget Jones: The Edge of Reason USA distribution, co-production with Miramax Films
December 22, 2004 Meet the Fockers USA distribution, co-production with DreamWorks
December 29, 2004 In Good Company
January 7, 2005 White Noise co-production with Gold Circle Films
February 4, 2005 The Wedding Date co-production with Gold Circle Films
February 11, 2005 Inside Deep Throat distribution only in USA
April 22, 2005 The Interpreter co-production with Working Title Films
May 13, 2005 Kicking & Screaming
June 3, 2005 Cinderella Man USA distribution, co-production with Miramax Films and Imagine Entertainment
June 17, 2005 The Perfect Man
June 24, 2005 Land of the Dead co-production with Wild Bunch
August 12, 2005 The Skeleton Key
August 19, 2005 The 40-Year-Old Virgin co-production with Apatow Productions
September 30, 2005 Serenity
October 7, 2005 Two for the Money distribution only; with Morgan Creek Productions
October 21, 2005 Doom co-production with DiBonaventura Productions
October 28, 2005 Prime
November 4, 2005 Jarhead
November 23, 2005 Pride & Prejudice distributed in countries outside USA; co-production with StudioCanal and Working Title Films
December 2, 2005 First Descent distribution only in USA
December 14, 2005 King Kong co-production with WingNut Films
December 23, 2005 Munich USA distribution, co-production with DreamWorks, Amblin Entertainment and Alliance Atlantis Communications
December 25, 2005 The Producers USA distribution, co-production with Columbia Pictures
January 27, 2006 Nanny McPhee USA distribution, co-production with Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Pictures,[1] StudioCanal and Working Title Films
February 10, 2006 Curious George co-production with Imagine Entertainment and Universal Animation Studios
March 23, 2006 Inside Man co-production with Imagine Entertainment
March 31, 2006 Slither co-production with Gold Circle Films
April 21, 2006 American Dreamz
April 28, 2006 United 93 co-production with StudioCanal and Working Title Films
June 2, 2006 The Break-Up
June 16, 2006 The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift co-production with Original Film and Relativity Media; first film teamed up with Relativity Media
July 14, 2006 You, Me and Dupree
July 28, 2006 Miami Vice
August 18, 2006 Accepted co-production with Shady Acres Entertainment
August 25, 2006 Idlewild
September 15, 2006 The Black Dahlia
October 13, 2006 Man of the Year co-production with Morgan Creek Productions
November 17, 2006 Let's Go to Prison distribution only; produced by Carsey Werner Films); (co-production with Strike Entertainment
December 8, 2006 The Holiday international distribution, co-production with Columbia Pictures, Relativity Media and Waverly Films
December 22, 2006 The Good Shepherd co-production with Morgan Creek Productions and American Zoetrope
December 25, 2006 Children of Men co-production with Strike Entertainment
January 12, 2007 Alpha Dog USA distribution only
January 26, 2007 Smokin' Aces co-production with StudioCanal, Relativity Media and Working Title Films
February 2, 2007 Because I Said So
February 16, 2007 Breach
March 16, 2007 Dead Silence co-production with Twisted Pictures
April 20, 2007 Hot Fuzz distribution in most countries outside of the USA
May 11, 2007 Georgia Rule co-production with Morgan Creek Productions
June 1, 2007 Knocked Up co-production with Apatow Productions
June 22, 2007 Evan Almighty co-production with Spyglass Entertainment, Shady Acres Entertainment, Relativity Media and Original Film
July 20, 2007 I Now Pronounce You Chuck and Larry co-production with Happy Madison Productions, Relativity Media and Shady Acres Entertainment
August 3, 2007 The Bourne Ultimatum co-production with Kennedy/Marshall
August 24, 2007 Illegal Tender
August 24, 2007 Mr. Bean's Holiday co-production with StudioCanal and Working Title Films
September 21, 2007 Sydney White co-production with Morgan Creek Productions
September 28, 2007 The Kingdom co-production with Relativity Media
October 12, 2007 Elizabeth: The Golden Age
November 2, 2007 American Gangster co-production with Imagine Entertainment and Relativity Media
December 21, 2007 Charlie Wilson's War co-production with Relativity Media and Morgan Creek Productions
January 11, 2008 The Pirates Who Don't Do Anything: A VeggieTales Movie co-production with Big Idea Productions
January 25, 2008 Untraceable international distribution, co-production with Screen Gems and Lakeshore Entertainment
February 8, 2008 Welcome Home, Roscoe Jenkins co-production with Spyglass Entertainment
February 14, 2008 Definitely, Maybe co-production with StudioCanal and Working Title Films
March 14, 2008 Doomsday distribution only in some countries; produced by Rogue Pictures
April 5, 2008 Leatherheads
April 18, 2008 Forgetting Sarah Marshall co-production with Apatow Productions
April 15, 2008 Baby Mama co-production with Relativity Media
June 13, 2008 The Incredible Hulk co-production with Marvel Studios and Valhalla Motion Pictures
June 27, 2008 Wanted co-production with Relativity Media, DiBonaventura Productions and Spyglass Entertainment
July 11, 2008 Hellboy II: The Golden Army distribution only in some countries; produced by Rogue Pictures, Dark Horse Entertainment and Relativity Media
July 18, 2008 Mamma Mia!: The Movie co-production with Relativity Media, Littlestar and Playtone
August 1, 2008 The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor co-production with Relativity Media, Alphaville and Sommers Company
August 22, 2008 Death Race co-production with Relativity Media
August 29, 2008 Wubbzy's Big Movie co-production with Starz
October 3, 2008 Flash of Genius USA, Japan and France distribution, co-production with Spyglass Entertainment and Strike Entertainment
October 10, 2008 The Express co-production with Relativity Media
October 31, 2008 Changeling co-production with Imagine Entertainment, Malpaso Productions and Relativity Media
November 7, 2008 Role Models co-production with New Regency and Relativity Media
December 5, 2008 Frost/Nixon co-production with Imagine Entertainment, Working Title Films, StudioCanal and Relativity Media
December 19, 2008 The Tale of Despereaux co-production with Framestore CFC, Larger Than Life Productions, Relativity Media, and Universal Animation Studios
January 9, 2009 The Unborn distribution only in some countries; co-production with Relativity Media, Rogue Pictures and Platinum Dunes
March 20, 2009 Duplicity co-production with Relativity Media
April 3, 2009 Fast & Furious co-produced with One Race Films, Original Film and Relativity Media
April 17, 2009 State of Play co-production with Andell Entertainment, Working Title Films, Studio Canal and Relativity Media
April 24, 2009 The Soloist international distribution, co-production with DreamWorks, StudioCanal, Participant Media and Working Title Films
May 29, 2009 Drag Me to Hell co-produced with Ghost House Pictures
June 5, 2009 Land of the Lost co-production with Relativity Media and Sid & Marty Krofft Pictures
July 1, 2009 Public Enemies co-production with Relativity Media
July 10, 2009 Brüno co-production with Media Rights Capital and Four By Two Films
July 10, 2009 Curious George 2: Follow That Monkey! co-production with Imagine Entertainment and Universal Animation Studios
July 31, 2009 Funny People USA distribution; co-production with Columbia Pictures, Apatow Productions, Happy Madison and Relativity Media
August 21, 2009 Inglourious Basterds co-production with A Band Apart and The Weinstein Company
September 18, 2009 Love Happens co-production with Relativity Media
October 9, 2009 Couples Retreat co-production with Relativity Media
October 23, 2009 Cirque du Freak: The Vampire's Assistant co-production with Relativity Media
November 6, 2009 The Fourth Kind co-production with Gold Circle Films and Dead Crow Productions
November 13, 2009 Pirate Radio international distribution, co-production with Focus Features, StudioCanal and Working Title Films
December 25, 2009 It's Complicated co-production with Relativity Media

2010s

Release Date Title Notes
January 8, 2010 Leap Year USA distribution, co-production with Spyglass Entertainment
February 12, 2010 The Wolfman co-production with Relativity Media and Stuber Pictures
March 12, 2010 Green Zone co-production with StudioCanal, Relativity Media and Working Title Films
March 19, 2010 Repo Men co-production with Stuber Pictures and Relativity Media
March 26, 2010 Kick-Ass select international distribution only
May 12, 2010 Robin Hood co-production with Imagine Entertainment, Relativity Media and Scott Free Productions
May 21, 2010 MacGruber distribution only; produced by Rogue Pictures and Relativity Media
June 4, 2010 Get Him to the Greek co-production with Apatow Productions, Spyglass Entertainment and Relativity Media
July 9, 2010 Despicable Me co-production with Illumination Entertainment
July 30, 2010 Charlie St. Cloud co-production with Relativity Media
August 13, 2010 Scott Pilgrim vs. the World co-production with Big Talk Productions
August 20, 2010 Nanny McPhee and the Big Bang released as Nanny McPhee and the Big Bang in the UK, co-production with StudioCanal, Relativity Media and Working Title Films
September 17, 2010 Devil distribution only; produced by Blinding Edge Pictures, The Night Chronicles and Media Rights Capital
November 12, 2010 Skyline co-production with Rogue Pictures and Relativity Media
December 22, 2010 Little Fockers USA distribution, co-production with Paramount Pictures and Relativity Media
January 14, 2011 The Dilemma co-production with Imagine Entertainment and Spyglass Entertainment
February 4, 2011 Sanctum distribution in some countries outside USA, co-production with Wayfare Entertainment and Relativity Media
March 4, 2011 The Adjustment Bureau co-production with Media Rights Capital
March 18, 2011 Paul co-produced with Working Title Films, Relativity Media and Big Talk Productions
April 1, 2011 Hop co-production with Illumination Entertainment and Relativity Media
April 8, 2011 Your Highness co-production with Stuber Productions
April 29, 2011 Fast Five co-production with Original Film and Relativity Media
May 13, 2011 Bridesmaids co-production with Apatow Productions and Relativity Media
July 1, 2011 Larry Crowne USA distribution only; co-production with Vendôme Pictures and Playtone
July 29, 2011 Cowboys & Aliens USA distribution; co-production with DreamWorks (international), Relativity Media, Imagine Entertainment, K/O Paper Products and Platinum Studios
August 5, 2011 The Change-Up co-production with Original Film and Relativity Media
September 2, 2011 A Dangerous Method Germany and Austria distribution only, co-production with Téléfilm Canada, Recorded Picture Company, Corus Entertainment and Astral Media
September 30, 2011 Dream House distribution only in North America; with Morgan Creek Productions
October 14, 2011 The Thing co-production with Morgan Creek Productions and Strike Entertainment
October 28, 2011 Johnny English Reborn co-production with Working Title Films, StudioCanal and Relativity Media
November 4, 2011 Tower Heist co-production with Imagine Entertainment and Relativity Media
January 13, 2012 Contraband co-production with Working Title Films, Relativity Media, Blueeyes Productions, Closest to the Hole and Leverage Productions
February 3, 2012 Big Miracle co-production with Working Title Films and Anonymous Content
February 10, 2012 Safe House co-production with Relativity Media and Bluegrass Films
February 24, 2012 Wanderlust co-production with Relativity Media and Apatow Productions
March 2, 2012 Dr. Seuss' The Lorax co-production with Illumination Entertainment
April 6, 2012 American Reunion co-production with Relativity Media and Zide/Perry Productions
April 27, 2012 The Five-Year Engagement co-production with Apatow Productions
May 18, 2012 Battleship co-production with Hasbro, Film 44 and Bluegrass Films
June 1, 2012 Snow White & the Huntsman co-production with Roth Films
June 29, 2012 Ted co-production with Media Rights Capital, Fuzzy Door Productions, Bluegrass Films and Smart Entertainment
July 6, 2012 Savages co-production with Relativity Media
August 10, 2012 The Bourne Legacy co-production with The Kennedy/Marshall Company
October 5, 2012 Pitch Perfect co-production with Gold Circle Films
November 2, 2012 The Man with the Iron Fists co-production with Strike Entertainment
November 16, 2012 Anna Karenina co-production with Focus Features and Working Title Films
December 19, 2012 Zero Dark Thirty international distribution[2]
December 21, 2012 This Is 40 co-production with Apatow Productions
December 25, 2012 Les Misérables co-production with Working Title Films, Relativity Media and Cameron Mackintosh Ltd.
January 18, 2013 Mama
February 8, 2013 Identity Thief co-production with Relativity Media, DumbDumb and Bluegrass Films
April 5, 2013 Jurassic Park (3-D rerelease) co-production with Amblin Entertainment
April 19, 2013 Oblivion co-production with Relativity Media and Chernin Entertainment
May 24, 2013 Fast & Furious 6 co-production with Original Film and Relativity Media
June 7, 2013 The Purge co-production with Platinum Dunes and Blumhouse Productions
July 3, 2013 Despicable Me 2 co-production with Illumination Entertainment
July 19, 2013 R.I.P.D. co-production with Original Film and Dark Horse Entertainment
August 2, 2013 2 Guns USA distribution only; co-production with Emmett/Furla Films, Marc Platt Productions, Oasis Ventures Entertainment Ltd., Empyre Media Capital, Herrick Entertainment, Envision Entertainment and Boom! Studios
August 16, 2013 Kick-Ass 2 co-production with Marv Films and Plan B Entertainment
August 23, 2013 The World's End co-production with Focus Features, Relativity Media, Big Talk Productions and Working Title Films, also distribution outside the USA, and Focus Features released in the USA.
September 6, 2013 Riddick co-production with Radar Pictures and One Race Films
September 27, 2013 Rush co-production with Exclusive Media Group, Working Title Films, Imagine Entertainment, Revolution Films and Cross Creek Pictures
November 1, 2013 About Time co-production with Working Title Films
November 15, 2013 The Best Man Holiday
December 25, 2013 47 Ronin co-production with Relativity Media, H2F Entertainment, Mid Atlantic Films, Moving Picture Company, Stuber Productions
December 27, 2013 Lone Survivor USA distribution only; co-production with Emmett/Furla Films, Film 44, Herrick Entertainment, Envision Entertainment, Spikings Entertainment Weed Road Pictures, Closest to the Hole and Leverage Productions
January 17, 2014 Ride Along co-production with Cube Vision Productions, Relativity Media and Rainforest Films
February 14, 2014 Endless Love co-production with Bluegrass Films and Fake Empire Productions
February 28, 2014 Non-Stop co-production with Silver Pictures, StudioCanal and LoveFilm

Upcoming

Release Date Title Notes
May 2, 2014 Trash co-production with Working Title Films
May 9, 2014 Neighbors co-production with Point Grey Pictures
May 30, 2014 A Million Ways to Die in the West co-production with Media Rights Capital, Fuzzy Door Productions
July 18, 2014 The Purge: Anarchy co-production with Blumhouse Productions and Platinum Dunes
August 1, 2014 Get on Up co-production with Imagine Entertainment, Jagged Films and Wyolah Films
August 8, 2014 Lucy distribution worldwide except France, China, UK and the Benelux countries
co-production of Europacorp, TF1 and Canal+[3]
August 15, 2014 As Above, So Below distribution only; produced by Legendary Pictures
August 29, 2014 The Loft co-production with Dark Castle Entertainment
September 12, 2014 Search Party USA distribution only; co-production with Gold Circle Films
September 19, 2014 A Walk Among the Tombstones distribution only; produced by Jersey Films
October 17, 2014 Dracula Untold co-production with Legendary Pictures
October 24, 2014 Ouija distribution only; produced by Platinum Dunes
November 14, 2014 Dumb and Dumber To U.S. distribution[4]
December 25, 2014 Unbroken co-production with Legendary Pictures and Walden Media
January 16, 2015 Cyber distribution only; produced by Legendary Pictures
January 23, 2015 The Boy Next Door co-production with Blumhouse Productions
February 6, 2015 Seventh Son distribution only; produced by Legendary Pictures
February 13, 2015 Fifty Shades of Grey co-production with Focus Features Films
April 10, 2015 Fast & Furious 7 co-production with Original Film, One Race Films
May 15, 2015 Pitch Perfect 2 co-production with Gold Circle Films
June 12, 2015 Jurassic World co-production with Legendary Pictures and Amblin Entertainment
June 26, 2015 Ted 2 co-production with Media Rights Capital, Fuzzy Door Productions
July 10, 2015 Minions co-production with Illumination Entertainment
July 24, 2015 Trainwreck co-production with Apatow Productions
August 14, 2015 Bourne 5 co-production with The Kennedy/Marshall Company
September 18, 2015 Everest co-production with Working Title Films, Cross Creek Pictures and Walden Media
October 16, 2015 Crimson Peak co-production with Legendary Pictures
November 18, 2015 Space Breakout International distribution; co-production with Mirari Films
January 15, 2016 Ride Along 2 co-production with Cube Vision Productions, Relativity Media and Rainforest Films
February 12, 2016 Untitled film co-production with Illumination Entertainment
March 11, 2016 Warcraft distribution only; produced by Legendary Pictures
April 16, 2016 The Mummy co-production with K/O Paper Products
December 21, 2016 Untitled film co-production with Illumination Entertainment
June 30, 2017 Despicable Me 3 co-production with Illumination Entertainment
November 17, 2017 How the Grinch Stole Christmas co-production with Illumination Entertainment

Notes

  1. ^ a b US distribution rights now owned by Warner Bros.
  2. ^ a b c d Rights now owned by Paramount Pictures through Melange Pictures, LLC
  3. ^ Home video distribution now handled by Synapse Films.
  4. ^ a b c d e rights now belong to MGM
  5. ^ rights now owned by The Muppets Holding Company with Disney currently handling distribution
  6. ^ a b c d U.S. home video distribution rights now owned by Warner Bros.
  7. ^ rights now owned by Starway International with Anchor Bay Entertainment currently handling distribution in the U.S.

References

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