List of American films of 1950

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A list of American films released in 1950.

Fred Astaire hosted the 23rd Academy Awards ceremony on March 29, 1951, held at the RKO Pantages Theatre in Hollywood. The winner of the Best Motion Picture category was Twentieth Century-Fox's All About Eve.

The other four nominated pictures were Born Yesterday, Father of the Bride, King Solomon's Mines and Sunset Boulevard.

All About Eve was nominated for 14 Oscars, beating the previous record of Gone with the Wind (13).

Newcomer Judy Holliday won the Oscar for Best Actress for her portrayal of showgirl mistress Billie Dawn in the film version of the play Born Yesterday, a role which she had originated on Broadway. Other Best Actress nominees for that year were Bette Davis and Anne Baxter for All About Eve, Eleanor Parker for Caged and Gloria Swanson for Sunset Boulevard.

José Ferrer won the Oscar for Best Actor for his role as the title character in the film version of the 1946 Broadway play, Cyrano de Bergerac, a role which he had played on Broadway. Other nominees that year were Louis Calhern for The Magnificent Yankee, William Holden for Sunset Boulevard, James Stewart for Harvey and Spencer Tracy for Father of the Bride.

The 8th Golden Globe Awards also honored the best films of 1950. That year's Golden Globes also marked the first time that the Best Actor and Actress categories were split into Musical or Comedy or Drama. However, Best Picture remained a single category until the 9th Golden Globe Awards, when it too was split into two categories. Ferrer won the Golden Globe for Best Actor - Motion Picture - Drama, for Cyrano de Bergerac, while Fred Astaire won Best Actor - Motion Picture - Musical or Comedy for Three Little Words. Swanson won Best Actress - Motion Picture - Drama for Sunset Boulevard, while Holliday won for Best Actress - Motion Picture - Musical or Comedy for Born Yesterday. Sunset Boulevard won the Golden Globe for Best Motion Picture.

1950 also saw the film debut of several future stars, such as Marlon Brando, Charlton Heston, Sidney Poitier, Piper Laurie and Debbie Reynolds.

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Title Director Cast Genre Note
8 Ball Bunny Chuck Jones Looney Tunes Animation
711 Ocean Drive Joseph M. Newman Edmond O'Brien, Joanne Dru, Dorothy Patrick Crime drama Columbia
Abbott and Costello in the Foreign Legion Charles Lamont Abbott and Costello, Patricia Medina Comedy Universal
The Admiral Was a Lady Albert S. Rogell Edmond O'Brien, Wanda Hendrix, Steve Brodie Comedy United Artists
All About Eve Joseph L. Mankiewicz Bette Davis, Anne Baxter, Gary Merrill, Celeste Holm, George Sanders, Hugh Marlowe, Marilyn Monroe Drama 20th Century Fox; Academy Award for Best Picture; 12 nominations
Ambush Sam Wood Robert Taylor, John Hodiak, Arlene Dahl Western Wood's last film
American Guerrilla in the Philippines Fritz Lang Tyrone Power, Micheline Presle War aka I Shall Return in UK
Annie Get Your Gun George Sidney Betty Hutton, Howard Keel Musical Based on 1946 musical; 4 Oscar nominations
The Arizona Cowboy R. G. Springsteen Rex Allen, Teala Loring Western Republic
Armored Car Robbery Richard Fleischer Charles McGraw, Adele Jergens, William Talman Film noir Among first heist films
The Asphalt Jungle John Huston Sterling Hayden, Louis Calhern, Sam Jaffe, James Whitmore, Marilyn Monroe Film noir MGM; based on novel of same name; 4 Oscar nominations
At War with the Army Hal Walker Dean Martin, Jerry Lewis, Polly Bergen Musical comedy Paramount; first starring roles for Martin and Lewis, Bergen
Atom Man vs. Superman Spencer Gordon Bennet Kirk Alyn, Lyle Talbot, Noel Neill Serial Columbia
The Avengers John H. Auer Adele Mara, John Carroll Adventure Republic
Backfire Vincent Sherman Edmond O'Brien, Virginia Mayo, Gordon MacRae Crime thriller Warner Bros.
The Bandit Queen William Berke Barbara Britton, Barton MacLane Western Lippert Pictures
The Baron of Arizona Samuel Fuller Vincent Price, Ellen Drew Western Lippert Pictures
Barricade Peter Godfrey Ruth Roman, Raymond Massey Drama Warner Bros.
Belle of Old Mexico R. G. Springsteen Estelita Rodriguez, Robert Rockwell Musical/Comedy Republic Pictures
Between Midnight and Dawn Gordon Douglas Edmond O'Brien, Gale Storm, Mark Stevens, Gale Robbins Crime thriller Columbia
Beware of Blondie Edward Bernds Penny Singleton, Arthur Lake Comedy Last of 28-film series
The Big Hangover Norman Krasna Elizabeth Taylor, Van Johnson Comedy MGM
Big House Bunny Friz Freleng Looney Tunes Animation
The Big Lift George Seaton Montgomery Clift, Paul Douglas, Cornell Borchers War Shot in Berlin
Black Hand Richard Thorpe Gene Kelly, Teresa Celli Crime drama MGM
Black Jack Julien Duvivier George Sanders, Herbert Marshall, Patricia Roc Adventure
The Black Rose Henry Hathaway Tyrone Power, Orson Welles Historical U.S./U.K. co-production
The Blonde Bandit Harry Keller Dorothy Patrick, Gerald Mohr Crime Republic
Blues Busters William Beaudine Bowery Boys, Adele Jergens Comedy
Boobs in the Woods Robert McKimson Looney Tunes Animation
Borderline William A. Seiter Fred MacMurray, Claire Trevor, Raymond Burr Film noir Universal
Born to Be Bad Nicholas Ray Joan Fontaine, Robert Ryan Drama Based on novel All Kneeling
Born Yesterday George Cukor William Holden, Judy Holliday, Broderick Crawford Comedy Oscar for Holliday; remade in 1993
Branded Rudolph Maté Alan Ladd, Mona Freeman, Charles Bickford Western Based on novel Montana Rides Again
The Brave Engineer Jack Kinney The King's Men Animation Disney; based on life of Casey Jones
The Breaking Point Michael Curtiz John Garfield, Patricia Neal Film noir Based on novel To Have and Have Not
Breakthrough Lewis Seiler David Brian, John Agar, Frank Lovejoy War Warner Bros.
Bright Leaf Michael Curtiz Gary Cooper, Lauren Bacall, Patricia Neal Drama Based on 1949 novel
Broken Arrow Delmer Daves James Stewart, Jeff Chandler, Debra Paget, Will Geer Western 3 Oscar nominations
Buccaneer's Girl Frederick de Cordova Yvonne De Carlo Adventure Universal
Bunco Squad Herbert I. Leeds Robert Sterling, Joan Dixon Crime
Bushy Hare Robert McKimson Looney Tunes Animation

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Title Director Cast Genre Note
Caged John Cromwell Eleanor Parker, Agnes Moorehead, Lee Patrick, Betty Garde, Hope Emerson, Sheila MacRae Film noir From story Women Without Men; 3 Oscar nominations
California Passage Joseph Kane Forrest Tucker, Adele Mara Western Republic
Canary Row Friz Freleng Looney Tunes Animation
Captain Carey, U.S.A. Mitchell Leisen Alan Ladd, Wanda Hendrix Drama Oscar for Best Song ("Mona Lisa")
Captain China Lewis R. Foster John Payne, Gail Russell Adventure
The Capture John Sturges Lew Ayres, Teresa Wright Drama RKO
The Cariboo Trail Edwin L. Marin Randolph Scott, George "Gabby" Hayes Western 20th Century Fox
Chain Gang Lew Landers Douglas Kennedy, Marjorie Lord Crime
Champagne for Caesar Richard Whorf Ronald Colman, Celeste Holm, Art Linkletter, Vincent Price, Barbara Britton Comedy United Artists
Cheaper by the Dozen Walter Lang Clifton Webb, Myrna Loy Comedy Based on 1948 novel; sequel in 1952; remade in 2003
Cinderella 3 directors Ilene Woods Animation Disney
Code of the Silver Sage Fred C. Brannon Allan Lane, Kay Christopher Western
Cody of the Pony Express Spencer Gordon Bennet Jock O'Mahoney, Dickie Moore Serial
Colt .45 Edwin L. Marin Randolph Scott, Ruth Roman Western Followed by TV series
Comanche Territory George Sherman Maureen O'Hara, Macdonald Carey Western Universal
Convicted Henry Levin Glenn Ford, Broderick Crawford Film noir Based on play The Criminal Code
Copper Canyon John Farrow Ray Milland, Hedy Lamarr, Mona Freeman Western Paramount
County Fair William Beaudine Rory Calhoun, Jane Nigh Drama Monogram
Covered Wagon Raid R. G. Springsteen Allan Lane, Lyn Thomas Western
The Crime of Korea War Korean War propaganda
Crisis Richard Brooks Cary Grant, José Ferrer, Paula Raymond Drama Based on short story The Doubters
Cue Ball Cat Hanna-Barbera Tom and Jerry Animation
Curtain Call at Cactus Creek Charles Lamont Donald O'Connor, Walter Brennan, Gale Storm Comedy
Cyrano de Bergerac Michael Gordon José Ferrer, Mala Powers Drama Oscar for Best Actor
D.O.A. Rudolph Maté Edmond O'Brien, Pamela Britton, Luther Adler, Beverly Garland Film noir United Artists; remade in 1988
Dakota Lil Lesley Selander George Montgomery, Marie Windsor Western 20th Century Fox
Dallas Stuart Heisler Gary Cooper, Ruth Roman, Raymond Massey, Steve Cochran, Reed Hadley Western Warner Bros.
The Damned Don't Cry! Vincent Sherman Joan Crawford, David Brian Film noir Based on story by Gertrude Walker
Dark City William Dieterle Charlton Heston, Lizabeth Scott Film noir Heston's first film
A Date with Your Family Edward G. Simmel Ralph Hodges Short
The Daughter of Rosie O'Grady David Butler June Haver, Gordon MacRae, Debbie Reynolds, James Barton, Gene Nelson Musical Warner Bros.
Deported Robert Siodmak Marta Toren, Jeff Chandler Film noir Universal
The Desert Hawk Frederick de Cordova Yvonne De Carlo, Jackie Gleason Adventure Universal
Desperadoes of the West Fred C. Brannon Richard Powers, Judy Clark Serial
Destination Moon Irving Pichel Dick Wesson Science fiction Eagle-Lion
Destination Murder Edward L. Cahn Joyce MacKenzie, Hurd Hatfield Film noir RKO
Devil's Doorway Anthony Mann Robert Taylor, Louis Calhern Western MGM
Dial 1119 Gerald Mayer Marshall Thompson, Virginia Field, Sam Levene Film noir MGM
Dopey Dicks Edward Bernds The Three Stooges Comedy short
Duchess of Idaho Robert Z. Leonard Van Johnson, Esther Williams Musical MGM
Double Deal Abby Berlin Marie Windsor, Fay Baker Crime drama RKO
The Ducksters Charles M. Jones Looney Tunes Animation
The Du Pont Story Wilhelm Thiele Sigrid Gurie Biographical
The Eagle and the Hawk Lewis R. Foster John Payne, Rhonda Fleming, Dennis O'Keefe Western Paramount
Edge of Doom Mark Robson Dana Andrews, Farley Granger, Joan Evans Film noir RKO
Emergency Wedding Edward Buzzell Barbara Hale, Larry Parks Comedy
Experiment Alcatraz Edward L. Cahn Joan Dixon, John Howard Drama RKO
Fancy Pants George Marshall Lucille Ball, Bob Hope Comedy Paramount
Father Is a Bachelor Abby Berlin, Norman Foster William Holden, Coleen Gray Romantic comedy Columbia
Father of the Bride Vincente Minnelli Spencer Tracy, Elizabeth Taylor, Joan Bennett, Billie Burke, Leo G. Carroll, Don Taylor Comedy 3 Oscar nominations; sequel in 1951; remade in 1991
The File on Thelma Jordon Robert Siodmak Wendell Corey, Barbara Stanwyck Film noir Paramount
The Fireball Tay Garnett Mickey Rooney, Pat O'Brien Drama
The Flame and the Arrow Jacques Tourneur Burt Lancaster, Virginia Mayo Adventure Warner Bros.
Flying Disc Man from Mars Fred C. Brannon Walter Reed, Lois Collier Adventure Serial
The Flying Missile Henry Levin Glenn Ford, Viveca Lindfors War
The Flying Saucer Mikel Conrad Mikel Conrad Science fiction First film with flying saucers
For Heaven's Sake George Seaton Clifton Webb, Joan Bennett, Robert Cummings, Edmund Gwenn, Joan Blondell Fantasy, comedy Adapted from play May We Come In?
Fortunes of Captain Blood Gordon Douglas Louis Hayward, Patricia Medina Adventure Remake of 1935's Captain Blood
A Fractured Leghorn Robert McKimson Foghorn Leghorn Animation
The Framed Cat Hanna-Barbera Tom and Jerry Animation
Francis Arthur Lubin Donald O'Connor, Patricia Medina Comedy Launched "Talking Mule" series
Frenchie Louis King Shelley Winters, Joel McCrea Western Loosely based on Destry Rides Again
Frisco Tornado R. G. Springsteen Allan Lane, Martha Hyer Western Republic
Fugitive Lady Sidney Salkow Janis Paige, Binnie Barnes Drama
The Fuller Brush Girl Lloyd Bacon Lucille Ball Comedy Cameo by Red Skelton
The Furies Anthony Mann Walter Huston, Barbara Stanwyck, Wendell Corey, Judith Anderson, Gilbert Roland Western, Film Noir Huston's last performance
The Glass Menagerie Irving Rapper Jane Wyman, Kirk Douglas, Gertrude Lawrence, Arthur Kennedy Drama based on the play by Tennessee Williams
The Golden Gloves Story Felix E. Feist James Dunn, Dewey Martin Drama
Golden Yeggs I. Freleng Looney Tunes Animation
The Good Humor Man Lloyd Bacon Jack Carson, Lola Albright, George Reeves Comedy Warner Bros.
Grandad of Races André de la Varre Art Gilmore Short Oscar for Best Short (1 Reel)
The Great Jewel Robber Peter Godfrey David Brian, Marjorie Reynolds Crime
The Great Plane Robbery Edward L. Cahn Tom Conway, Steve Brodie Drama
The Great Rupert Irving Pichel Jimmy Durante, Tom Drake, Terry Moore Comedy Eagle-Lion
Guilty Bystander Joseph Lerner Zachary Scott, Faye Emerson Film noir Film Classics
Guilty of Treason Felix E. Feist Charles Bickford, Bonita Granville Drama Eagle-Lion
Gun Crazy Joseph H. Lewis Peggy Cummins, John Dall Film noir aka Deadly Is the Female
The Gunfighter Henry King Gregory Peck, Helen Westcott, Karl Malden, Millard Mitchell, Skip Homeier Western 20th Century Fox
Gunman in the Streets Frank Tuttle Dane Clark, Simone Signoret Film noir Shot on location in Paris

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Title Director Cast Genre Note
The Happy Years William A. Wellman Dean Stockwell, Leo G. Carroll Comedy MGM
Harriet Craig Vincent Sherman Joan Crawford, Wendell Corey Drama Based on the 1925 play Craig's Wife
Harvey Henry Koster James Stewart, Josephine Hull, Peggy Dow, Charles Drake, Cecil Kellaway Fantasy, comedy Based on the 1944 play; Academy Award for Hull
He's a Cockeyed Wonder Peter Godfrey Mickey Rooney, Terry Moore Comedy Columbia
High Lonesome Alan Le May John Drew Barrymore Western Eagle-Lion Films
Highway 301 Andrew L. Stone Steve Cochran, Virginia Grey Film noir Warner Bros.
Hillbilly Hare Robert McKimson Looney Tunes Animation
Hit Parade of 1951 John H. Auer Marie McDonald, John Carroll Musical Republic
Holiday Rhythm Jack Scholl Mary Beth Hughes, Tex Ritter Musical Lippert Pictures
The Hollywood Ten John Berry Documentary
Homeless Hare Chuck Jones Looney Tunes Animation
House by the River Fritz Lang Louis Hayward, Jane Wyatt, Lee Bowman Film noir Republic
Hugs and Mugs Jules White The Three Stooges Comedy short Columbia
Hurdy-Gurdy Hare Robert McKimson Looney Tunes Animation
I Killed Geronimo John Hoffman James Ellison, Chief Thundercloud Western
I Was a Shoplifter Charles Lamont Mona Freeman, Scott Brady, Charles Drake Film noir Universal
I'll Get By Richard Sale June Haver, William Lundigan Musical 20th Century Fox
In Beaver Valley James Algar Winston Hibler Short Oscar for Best Short (2 Reels)
In a Lonely Place Nicholas Ray Humphrey Bogart, Gloria Grahame, Frank Lovejoy, Jeff Donnell, Art Smith Film noir Columbia; adapted from 1947 novel
The Invisible Monster Fred C. Brannon Richard Webb, Aline Towne Adventure Serial
The Iroquois Trail Phil Karlson George Montgomery, Brenda Marshall Western
The Jackie Robinson Story Alfred E. Green Jackie Robinson, Ruby Dee Biography Starring Robinson as himself
The Jackpot Walter Lang James Stewart, Barbara Hale Comedy Features a young Natalie Wood
Jerry and the Lion Hanna-Barbera Tom and Jerry Animation
Jerry's Cousin Hanna-Barbera Tom and Jerry Animation
Johnny One-Eye Robert Florey Pat O'Brien, Wayne Morris, Dolores Moran Film noir United Artists
Julius Caesar David Bradley Harold Tasker, Charlton Heston Drama Shot in Chicago
The Kangaroo Kid Lesley Selander Martha Hyer, Veda Ann Borg, Jock Mahoney Western
Kansas Raiders Ray Enright Audie Murphy, Brian Donlevy Western Universal
Key to the City George Sidney Clark Gable, Loretta Young, Frank Morgan, Marilyn Maxwell Romantic comedy MGM
The Kid from Texas Kurt Neumann Audie Murphy, Gale Storm Western Universal
Kill the Umpire Lloyd Bacon William Bendix, William Frawley Comedy Columbia
Killer Shark Budd Boetticher Roddy McDowall, Laurette Luez Adventure Monogram [1]
The Killer That Stalked New York Earl McEvoy Evelyn Keyes, Charles Korvin Film noir Based on Cosmo article
Kim Victor Saville Errol Flynn, Dean Stockwell Adventure Based on the novel
King Solomon's Mines Compton Bennett Deborah Kerr, Stewart Granger Adventure Based on the 1885 novel
Kiss Tomorrow Goodbye Gordon Douglas James Cagney, Barbara Payton Drama
A Lady Without Passport Joseph H. Lewis Hedy Lamarr, John Hodiak Film noir Shot in semidocumentary style
Last of the Buccaneers Lew Landers Paul Henried, Mary Anderson Adventure Columbia
The Lawless Joseph Losey Macdonald Carey, Gail Russell Drama Paramount
A Life of Her Own George Cukor Lana Turner, Ray Milland Drama MGM
Little Quacker Hanna-Barbera Tom and Jerry Animation
Lonely Heart Bandits George Blair Barbra Fuller, Dorothy Patrick Drama Republic
Louisa Alexander Hall Ronald Reagan, Spring Byington Comedy Piper Laurie's film debut
Love at First Bite Jules White The Three Stooges Comedy short
Love Happy David Miller Marx Brothers, Vera-Ellen, Raymond Burr Comedy Last Marx Brothers film
Love That Brute Alexander Hall Jean Peters, Paul Douglas Comedy
Ma and Pa Kettle Go to Town Charles Lamont Marjorie Main, Percy Kilbride Comedy 2nd of a series
The Magnificent Yankee John Sturges Louis Calhern, Ann Harding Biographical Based on novel Mr. Justice Holmes
The Man Who Cheated Himself Felix E. Feist Lee J. Cobb, Jane Wyatt, John Dall Film noir 20th Century Fox
The Men Fred Zinnemann Marlon Brando, Teresa Wright War Brando's film debut
Military Academy with That Tenth Avenue Gang D. Ross Lederman Stanley Clements, Danny Welton, Gene Collins Comedy, drama
The Milkman Charles Barton Donald O'Connor, Jimmy Durante, Piper Laurie Comedy Universal
The Miniver Story H. C. Potter Greer Garson, Walter Pidgeon Drama Sequel to Mrs. Miniver
The Missourians George Blair Monte Hale, Lyn Thomas Western
Mister 880 Edmund Goulding Burt Lancaster, Dorothy McGuire Comedy 20th Century Fox
Montana Ray Enright Errol Flynn, Alexis Smith Western
Mother Didn't Tell Me Claude Binyon Dorothy McGuire, June Havoc Comedy 20th Century Fox
Motor Mania Jack Kinney Goofy Animation Disney
Mr. Music Richard Haydn Bing Crosby, Nancy Olson Drama Paramount
Mrs. O'Malley and Mr. Malone Norman Taurog Marjorie Main, James Whitmore, Ann Dvorak Comedy MGM
The Mudlark Jean Negulesco Irene Dunne, Alec Guinness Comedy 20th Century Fox
Mutiny on the Bunny Friz Freleng Looney Tunes Animation
My Blue Heaven Henry Koster Betty Grable, Dan Dailey, Jane Wyatt Comedy 20th Century Fox
My Daughter Joy Gregory Ratoff Edward G. Robinson, Peggy Cummins Drama
My Friend Irma Goes West Hal Walker Dean Martin, Jerry Lewis Comedy Sequel to My Friend Irma, 2nd Martin and Lewis film
Mystery Street John Sturges Ricardo Montalbán, Sally Forrest Film noir MGM
Mystery Submarine Douglas Sirk Macdonald Carey, Marta Toren Drama Universal

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Title Director Cast Genre Note
Nancy Goes to Rio Robert Z. Leonard Ann Sothern, Jane Powell Musical Remake of 1940's It's a Date
The Nevadan Gordon Douglas Randolph Scott, Dorothy Malone Western Columbia
Never a Dull Moment George Marshall Irene Dunne, Fred MacMurray Comedy Based on a 1943 novel
The Next Voice You Hear... William A. Wellman James Whitmore, Nancy Davis Drama Nancy Reagan film
Night and the City Jules Dassin Richard Widmark, Gene Tierney, Hugh Marlowe, Googie Withers Film noir 20th Century Fox
No Man of Her Own Mitchell Leisen Barbara Stanwyck, John Lund Film noir Remade in 1996 as Mrs. Winterbourne
North of the Great Divide William Witney Roy Rogers, Penny Edwards Western Republic
No Sad Songs for Me Rudolph Mate Margaret Sullavan, Wendell Corey Drama Columbia; Sullavan's final film
No Way Out Joseph L. Mankiewicz Richard Widmark, Linda Darnell Film noir Film debut of Sidney Poitier
The Old Frontier Philip Ford Monte Hale, Claudia Barrett Western
Once a Thief W. Lee Wilder Cesar Romero, June Havoc Film noir United Artists
One Too Many aka Killer with a Label Erle C. Kenton Ruth Warrick Drama Hallmark Productions
One Way Street Hugo Fregonese James Mason, Märta Torén Film noir Universal
Our Very Own David Miller Ann Blyth, Farley Granger Drama RKO
Outrage Ida Lupino Mala Powers, Tod Andrews Film noir
The Outriders Roy Rowland Joel McCrea, Arlene Dahl Western MGM
Outside the Wall Crane Wilbur Richard Basehart, Marilyn Maxwell Film noir Universal
Panic in the Streets Elia Kazan Richard Widmark, Paul Douglas Film noir Shot in New Orleans
Peggy Frederick de Cordova Diana Lynn, Charles Coburn Comedy
Perfect Strangers Bretaigne Windust Ginger Rogers, Dennis Morgan Drama Warner Bros.
The Petty Girl Henry Levin Robert Cummings, Joan Caulfield Romantic comedy Columbia
Pirates of the High Seas Spencer Gordon Bennet, Thomas Carr Buster Crabbe, Lois Hall Serial Universal
Please Believe Me Norman Taurog Deborah Kerr, Robert Walker, Mark Stevens, Peter Lawford Romantic comedy MGM
Pop 'im Pop Robert McKimson Looney Tunes Animation
Prehistoric Women Gregg C. Tallas Laurette Luez, Allan Nixon Science Fiction Remade in 1967
Pretty Baby Bretaigne Windust Dennis Morgan, Betsy Drake Comedy Warner Bros.
Punchy Cowpunchers Edward Bernds The Three Stooges Comedy
Puny Express Walter Lantz, Dick Lundy Woody the Woodpecker Animation
Quicksand Irving Pichel Mickey Rooney, Peter Lorre Film noir United Artists
Rabbit of Seville Charles M. Jones Looney Tunes Animation
Rabbit's Moon Kenneth Anger Looney Tunes Animation
Radar Secret Service Sam Newfield John Howard, Adele Jergens Action Lippert
The Reformer and the Redhead Melvin Frank, Norman Panama June Allyson, Dick Powell Comedy MGM
Return of the Frontiersman Richard L. Bare Gordon MacRae, Julie London Western Warner Bros.
The Return of Jesse James Arthur Hilton John Ireland, Ann Dvorak Western
Riding High Frank Capra Bing Crosby, Coleen Gray Comedy Remake of 1934's Broadway Bill.
Right Cross John Sturges June Allyson, Dick Powell, Ricardo Montalbán Drama Marilyn Monroe in small role
Rio Grande John Ford John Wayne, Maureen O'Hara Western Republic; based on story Mission With No Record
Rio Grande Patrol Lesley Selander Tim Holt, Cleo Moore Western RKO
Rocketship X-M Kurt Neumann Lloyd Bridges, Osa Massen Science fiction Shot in 18 days
Rock Island Trail Joseph Kane Forrest Tucker, Adele Mara Western
Rocky Mountain William Keighley Errol Flynn, Patrice Wymore Western Warner Bros.
Rogues of Sherwood Forest Gordon Douglas John Derek, Diana Lynn Drama Columbia
Rustlers on Horseback Fred C. Brannon Allan Lane, George Nader Western Republic
Saddle Tramp Hugo Fregonese Joel McCrea, Wanda Hendrix, John Russell Western Universal
Safety Second Hanna-Barbera Tom and Jerry Animation
Salt Lake Raiders Fred C. Brannon Allan Lane, Martha Hyer Western Republic
Saturday Evening Puss Hanna-Barbera Tom and Jerry Animation
The Scarlet Pumpernickel Charles M. Jones Looney Tunes Animation
Second Chance William Beaudine Ruth Warrick, Hugh Beaumont Drama
The Second Face Jack Bernhard Ella Raines, Rita Johnson Drama Eagle-Lion
The Second Woman James V. Kern Robert Young, Betsy Drake Film noir United Artists
The Secret Fury Mel Ferrer Claudette Colbert, Robert Ryan Film noir José Ferrer in uncredited role
Self-Made Maids Jules White The Three Stooges Comedy
September Affair William Dieterle Joan Fontaine, Joseph Cotten Romance Paramount
Shadow on the Wall Pat Jackson Ann Sothern, Zachary Scott, Gigi Perreau, Nancy Davis Mystery Based on Death in the Doll's House
Shakedown Joseph Pevney (as Joe Pevney) Howard Duff, Brian Donlevy, Peggy Dow, Lawrence Tierney, Anne Vernon Film noir Universal
Side Street Anthony Mann Farley Granger, Cathy O'Donnell Film noir MGM
Sierra Alfred E. Green Audie Murphy, Wanda Hendrix Western Universal
Singing Guns R. G. Springsteen Ella Raines, Vaughn Monroe Western Republic
The Skipper Surprised His Wife Elliott Nugent Robert Walker, Joan Leslie Comedy MGM
Slaphappy Sleuths Jules White The Three Stooges Comedy
The Sleeping City George Sherman Richard Conte, Coleen Gray Film noir Shot in semidocumentary style
A Snitch in Time Edward Bernds The Three Stooges Comedy
Snow Dog Frank McDonald Kirby Grant, Elena Verdugo Adventure
So Young, So Bad Bernard Vorhaus Paul Henreid, Catherine McLeod Drama United Artists
The Sound of Fury Cy Endfield Frank Lovejoy, Kathleen Ryan Film noir aka Try and Get Me
South Sea Sinner H. Bruce Humberstone Shelley Winters, Macdonald Carey Drama Universal
Southside 1-1000 Boris Ingster Don DeFore, Andrea King Film noir Allied Artists
Spy Hunt George Sherman Howard Duff, Märta Torén Film noir Universal [2]
The Stairs Short Oscar nominee
Stars In My Crown Jacques Tourneur Joel McCrea, Ellen Drew Western Based on novel of same name
Storm over Wyoming Lesley Selander Tim Holt, Noreen Nash Western RKO
Strife with Father Bob McKimson Merrie Melodies Animation
Studio Stoops Edward Bernds The Three Stooges Comedy
Sugar Chile Robinson Will Cowan Billie Holiday, Frank Robinson Short
Summer Stock Charles Walters Judy Garland, Gene Kelly Musical Garland's last MGM film
Sunset Boulevard Billy Wilder William Holden, Gloria Swanson, Nancy Olson, Erich von Stroheim, Jack Webb Film noir Paramount; winner of 3 Academy Awards
The Sun Sets at Dawn Paul Sloane Walter Reed Crime Eagle-Lion
Surrender Allan Dwan Vera Ralston, John Carroll Western Republic

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Title Director Cast Genre Note
Tarnished Harry Keller Dorothy Patrick, Jimmy Lydon Drama Republic
Tarzan and the Slave Girl Lee Sholem Lex Barker, Vanessa Brown, Denise Darcel Adventure RKO
The Tattooed Stranger Edward Montagne Patricia Barry, John Miles Crime RKO
Tea for Two David Butler Doris Day, Gordon MacRae Musical comedy Based on musical No, No Nanette
Tension John Berry Richard Basehart, Audrey Totter, Barry Sullivan, Cyd Charisse Film noir MGM
The Texan Meets Calamity Jane Ande Lamb Evelyn Ankers Western Ankers' last role for 10 years
Texas Tom Hanna-Barbera Tom and Jerry Animation
This Side of the Law Richard Bare Viveca Lindfors, Janis Paige Film noir
Three Came Home Jean Negulesco Claudette Colbert, Patric Knowles Drama In public domain
Three Hams on Rye Jules White The Three Stooges Comedy
Three Little Words Richard Thorpe Fred Astaire, Red Skelton, Vera-Ellen Musical Astaire won first Golden Globe for Best Actor in a Musical or Comedy
Three Secrets Robert Wise Eleanor Parker, Patricia Neal, Ruth Roman Drama Warner Bros.
A Ticket to Tomahawk Richard Sale Dan Dailey, Anne Baxter, Rory Calhoun Western comedy 20th Century Fox
The Titan: Story of Michelangelo Robert J. Flaherty Fredric March Documentary Oscar winner
To Please a Lady Clarence Brown Clark Gable, Barbara Stanwyck Drama MGM
The Toast of New Orleans Norman Taurog Kathryn Grayson, Mario Lanza Musical MGM
Tom and Jerry in the Hollywood Bowl Hanna-Barbera Tom and Jerry Animation
The Torch Emilio Fernández Paulette Goddard, Pedro Armendáriz, Gilbert Roland Romantic American version of Enamorada (1946)
Trail of Robin Hood William Witney Roy Rogers, Penny Edwards Western Republic
Treasure Island Byron Haskin Bobby Driscoll, Robert Newton Adventure Disney
Trial Without Jury Philip Ford Robert Rockwell, Audrey Long Drama Republic
Triple Crossed Jules White The Three Stooges Comedy
Tripoli Will Price Maureen O'Hara, John Payne War Paramount
Two Flags West Robert Wise Joseph Cotten, Linda Darnell War 20th Century Fox
Two Weeks with Love Roy Rowland Jane Powell, Ricardo Montalbán Musical Based on story by John Larkin
Under Mexicali Stars George Blair Rex Allen, Buddy Ebsen Western
Under My Skin Jean Negulesco John Garfield, Micheline Presle Drama Based on Hemingway short story
The Underworld Story Cy Endfield Dan Duryea, Herbert Marshall, Gale Storm Film noir United Artists
Union Station Rudolph Maté William Holden, Barry Fitzgerald Film noir Based on novel Nightmare in Manhattan
Vendetta Mel Ferrer Faith Domergue, George Dolenz Crime Based on 1840 novella Colomba
Wabash Avenue Henry Koster Betty Grable, Victor Mature, Phil Harris Musical 20th Century Fox
Wagon Master John Ford Ben Johnson, Harry Carey, Jr. Western Followed by TV series Wagon Train
Walk Softly, Stranger Robert Stevenson Joseph Cotten, Alida Valli, Spring Byington Drama RKO
Watch the Birdie Jack Donohue Red Skelton, Arlene Dahl, Ann Miller Comedy MGM
The West Point Story Roy Del Ruth James Cagney, Virginia Mayo, Doris Day, Gordon MacRae Musical Warner Bros.
What's Up Doc? Robert McKimson Looney Tunes Animation
When Willie Comes Marching Home John Ford Dan Dailey, Corinne Calvet Comedy Golden Leopard award
When You're Smiling Joseph Santley Frankie Laine, Lola Albright Musical Columbia
Where Danger Lives John Farrow Robert Mitchum, Faith Domergue Drama Domergue's film debut
Where the Sidewalk Ends Otto Preminger Dana Andrews, Gene Tierney, Gary Merrill Film noir Based on novel Night Cry
The White Tower Ted Tetzlaff Glenn Ford, Alida Valli Adventure Based on novel of same name
Why Korea? Edmund Reek Joe King (narrator) Documentary Oscar winner
The Wild Heart Powell and Pressburger Jennifer Jones, David Farrar Drama U.S. version of Gone to Earth
Winchester '73 Anthony Mann James Stewart, Dan Duryea, Shelley Winters, Stephen McNally, Will Geer Western Early roles for Rock Hudson and Tony Curtis
With These Hands Jack Arnold Sam Levene Documentary
The Wizard of Oz (TV special) Burr Tillstrom Short Adaptation using puppets
Woman in Hiding Michael Gordon Ida Lupino, Stephen McNally, Howard Duff Film noir Universal
Woman on the Run Norman Foster Ann Sheridan, Dennis O'Keefe Film noir Universal
Women from Headquarters George Blair Virginia Huston, Barbra Fuller Drama Republic
The Yellow Cab Man Jack Donohue Red Skelton, Gloria DeHaven Comedy MGM
Young Man with a Horn Michael Curtiz Lauren Bacall, Doris Day, Kirk Douglas Drama Warner Bros.

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