List of 20th Century Fox films (1935–99)

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This is a list of films produced by the U.S. film studio 20th Century Fox Film Corporation and released between its May 31, 1935 creation – as a merger between Fox Film Corporation (1915–1935) and 20th Century Pictures (1933–1935) – until 1999. For subsequent releases by 20th Century Fox, see List of 20th Century Fox films (2000–present).

1930s[edit]

Release date Title Notes
July 31, 1935 Dante's Inferno 20th Century Fox's first release
August 30, 1935 Redheads on Parade
September 6, 1935 Steamboat Round the Bend
September 13, 1935 The Gay Deception
September 20, 1935 Thunder in the Night
September 27, 1935 Thunder Mountain
October 4, 1935 Here's to Romance
October 11, 1935 Charlie Chan in Shanghai
October 18, 1935 This Is the Life
October 25, 1935 Way Down East
Bad Boy
November 1, 1935 Music Is Magic
November 8, 1935 Metropolitan 20th Century Fox's first production
November 15, 1935 Thanks a Million
November 22, 1935 In Old Kentucky
November 29, 1935 The Man Who Broke the Bank at Monte Carlo
Navy Wife
December 6, 1935 Show Them No Mercy!
December 13, 1935 Your Uncle Dudley
December 20, 1935 Whispering Smith Speaks
December 27, 1935 The Littlest Rebel
January 3, 1936 King of Burlesque
January 10, 1936 Charlie Chan's Secret
January 17, 1936 Paddy O'Day
January 24, 1936 Professional Soldier
January 31, 1936 My Marriage
February 7, 1936 Every Saturday Night
February 14, 1936 It Had to Happen
February 21, 1936 Here Comes Trouble
February 28, 1936 The Prisoner of Shark Island
March 6, 1936 The Country Doctor
March 13, 1936 Song and Dance Man
March 20, 1936 Everybody's Old Man
March 27, 1936 Charlie Chan at the Circus
O'Malley of the Mounted
April 3, 1936 Gentle Julia
April 10, 1936 A Message to Garcia Distribution only, produced by 20th Century Pictures
April 17, 1936 Captain January
April 24, 1936 The Country Beyond
May 1, 1936 Under Two Flags
May 8, 1936 Champagne Charlie
May 15, 1936 The First Baby
May 22, 1936 Half Angel
June 5, 1936 Private Number
June 12, 1936 Little Miss Nobody
June 19, 1936 Human Cargo
Sins of Man
June 26, 1936 The Crime of Dr. Forbes
July 3, 1936 White Fang
The Border Patrolman
July 10, 1936 Educating Father
July 17, 1936 High Tension
July 24, 1936 Poor Little Rich Girl
36 Hours to Kill
August 1, 1936 To Mary - with Love
August 7, 1936 Charlie Chan at the Race Track
August 14, 1936 Girls' Dormitory
August 21, 1936 Sing, Baby, Sing
August 28, 1936 Star for a Night
September 4, 1936 The Road to Glory
September 11, 1936 Pepper
King of the Royal Mounted
September 18, 1936 Back to Nature
September 25, 1936 Ramona Fox's first all-Technicolor feature film
October 2, 1936 Thank You, Jeeves!
October 9, 1936 Ladies in Love
October 16, 1936 Dimples
October 23, 1936 Pigskin Parade
October 30, 1936 15 Maiden Lane
November 6, 1936 Under Your Spell
Wild Brian Kent
November 13, 1936 Can This Be Dixie?
November 20, 1936 Reunion
November 27, 1936 White Hunter
December 4, 1936 Banjo on My Knee
December 11, 1936 Laughing at Trouble
December 18, 1936 Career Woman
December 25, 1936 Stowaway
January 1, 1937 One in a Million
January 8, 1937 Charlie Chan at the Opera
As You Like It
January 15, 1937 Secret Valley
Crack-Up
January 22, 1937 Woman-Wise
January 29, 1937 Lloyd's of London
February 5, 1937 The Holy Terror
February 12, 1937 On the Avenue
February 19, 1937 Wings of the Morning
Off to the Races
February 26, 1937 Love Is News
March 5, 1937 Fair Warning
March 12, 1937 Nancy Steele Is Missing!
March 19, 1937 Time Out for Romance
March 26, 1937 Seventh Heaven
April 2, 1937 Midnight Taxi
April 9, 1937 Step Lively, Jeeves!
April 16, 1937 Fifty Roads to Town
April 23, 1937 Wake Up and Live
April 30, 1937 That I May Live
May 7, 1937 Café Metropole
It Happened Out West
May 14, 1937 The Great Hospital Mystery
May 21, 1937 Charlie Chan at the Olympics
Under the Red Robe
May 28, 1937 This Is My Affair
June 4, 1937 Angel's Holiday
June 18, 1937 Big Business
June 25, 1937 Sing and Be Happy
July 2, 1937 Slave Ship
She Had to Eat
July 9, 1937 Born Reckless
July 16, 1937 The Californian
July 23, 1937 The Lady Escapes
July 30, 1937 Wee Willie Winkie
August 6, 1937 You Can't Have Everything
August 13, 1937 One Mile from Heaven
August 20, 1937 Love Under Fire
August 27, 1937 Think Fast, Mr. Moto
Western Gold
September 3, 1937 Thin Ice
Borneo
September 10, 1937 Wild and Woolly
September 17, 1937 Wife, Doctor and Nurse
September 24, 1937 Hot Water
October 1, 1937 Life Begins in College
October 8, 1937 Lancer Spy
Roll Along, Cowboy
October 15, 1937 Heidi
October 22, 1937 Charlie Chan on Broadway
October 29, 1937 Ali Baba Goes to Town
November 5, 1937 Danger - Love at Work
November 12, 1937 Dangerously Yours
November 13, 1937 Second Honeymoon
November 26, 1937 45 Fathers
Dinner at the Ritz
December 3, 1937 Big Town Girl
December 10, 1937 Borrowing Trouble
December 24, 1937 Thank You, Mr. Moto
December 31, 1937 Love and Hisses
January 7, 1938 Tarzan's Revenge
City Girl
January 14, 1938 Change of Heart
Hawaiian Buckaroo
January 21, 1938 Charlie Chan at Monte Carlo
January 28, 1938 Happy Landing
February 4, 1938 International Settlement
February 11, 1938 Checkers
February 18, 1938 The Baroness and the Butler
March 4, 1938 Sally, Irene and Mary
Love on a Budget
March 11, 1938 Walking Down Broadway
March 18, 1938 Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm
March 25, 1938 Mr. Moto's Gamble
April 1, 1938 Island in the Sky
April 8, 1938 Rawhide
April 15, 1938 In Old Chicago Nominated for the Academy Award for Best Picture; co-production with Darryl F. Zanuck Productions
April 22, 1938 Battle of Broadway
April 29, 1938 Four Men and a Prayer
May 6, 1938 A Trip to Paris
May 13, 1938 Kentucky Moonshine
May 20, 1938 Rascals
May 27, 1938 Kidnapped
June 3, 1938 Josette
June 10, 1938 One Wild Night
June 17, 1938 Three Blind Mice
June 24, 1938 Mr. Moto Takes a Chance
July 1, 1938 Always Goodbye
July 8, 1938 We're Going to Be Rich
Panamint's Bad Man
July 15, 1938 Passport Husband
July 22, 1938 I'll Give a Million
July 29, 1938 Little Miss Broadway
August 5, 1938 Gateway
August 12, 1938 Keep Smiling
August 16, 1938 Alexander's Ragtime Band Nominated for Academy Award for Best Picture
August 26, 1938 Speed to Burn
September 2, 1938 My Lucky Star
September 9, 1938 Safety in Numbers
September 16, 1938 Hold That Co-ed
September 23, 1938 Time Out for Murder
September 30, 1938 Straight, Place and Show
October 7, 1938 Meet the Girls
October 14, 1938 Five of a Kind
October 21, 1938 Mysterious Mr. Moto
October 28, 1938 Suez
Always in Trouble
November 11, 1938 Just Around the Corner
November 18, 1938 Sharpshooters
November 25, 1938 Submarine Patrol
December 2, 1938 Road Demon
December 9, 1938 Up the River
December 16, 1938 Down on the Farm
December 23, 1938 Thanks for Everything
December 30, 1938 Kentucky
January 6, 1939 While New York Sleeps
January 13, 1939 Charlie Chan in Honolulu
January 20, 1939 Mr. Moto's Last Warning
Smiling Along
January 27, 1939 Jesse James
Tail Spin
February 11, 1939 The Arizona Wildcat
February 17, 1939 The Three Musketeers
February 24, 1939 Pardon Our Nerve
March 3, 1939 Wife, Husband and Friend
March 10, 1939 Inside Story
March 17, 1939 The Little Princess
March 24, 1939 Everybody's Baby
March 31, 1939 The Hound of the Baskervilles
April 7, 1939 Mr. Moto in Danger Island
April 14, 1939 The Story of Alexander Graham Bell
April 21, 1939 Winner Take All
Inspector Hornleigh
April 28, 1939 The Return of the Cisco Kid
May 5, 1939 Chasing Danger
May 12, 1939 Rose of Washington Square
May 19, 1939 Boy Friend
May 26, 1939 The Gorilla
May 30, 1939 Young Mr. Lincoln
June 2, 1939 The Jones Family in Hollywood
June 16, 1939 Charlie Chan in Reno
June 23, 1939 Susannah of the Mounties
June 30, 1939 It Could Happen to You
July 7, 1939 Mr. Moto Takes a Vacation
July 14, 1939 Second Fiddle
July 21, 1939 News Is Made at Night
The Ware Case
July 28, 1939 Frontier Marshal
August 4, 1939 Hotel for Women
August 11, 1939 Chicken Wagon Family
August 18, 1939 Stanley and Livingstone
August 25, 1939 Quick Millions
September 1, 1939 The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes
September 8, 1939 Charlie Chan at Treasure Island
September 15, 1939 The Rains Came
September 22, 1939 Stop, Look and Love
September 29, 1939 Here I Am a Stranger
October 6, 1939 The Escape
October 13, 1939 Hollywood Cavalcade
October 20, 1939 Pack Up Your Troubles
October 27, 1939 20,000 Men a Year
November 3, 1939 Heaven with a Barbed Wire Fence
November 10, 1939 Drums Along the Mohawk
November 17, 1939 Too Busy to Work
November 24, 1939 Day-Time Wife
December 1, 1939 Charlie Chan in City in Darkness
Inspector Hornleigh on Holiday
December 8, 1939 Barricade
December 15, 1939 The Honeymoon's Over
December 22, 1939 Everything Happens at Night
December 29, 1939 The Cisco Kid and the Lady
December 30, 1939 Swanee River

1940s[edit]

Release date Title Notes
January 12, 1940 City of Chance
January 15, 1940 The Blue Bird
January 19, 1940 He Married His Wife
January 26, 1940 High School
February 2, 1940 The Man Who Wouldn't Talk
February 9, 1940 Little Old New York
February 16, 1940 Young as You Feel
February 23, 1940 They Came by Night
March 1, 1940 Charlie Chan in Panama
March 15, 1940 The Grapes of Wrath Nominated for the Academy Award for Best Picture
March 29, 1940 Free, Blonde and 21
April 5, 1940 Star Dust
April 12, 1940 Viva Cisco Kid
April 19, 1940 Johnny Apollo
April 26, 1940 Shooting High
May 3, 1940 So This Is London
May 10, 1940 I Was an Adventuress
May 17, 1940 On Their Own
May 24, 1940 Lillian Russell
May 31, 1940 Girl in 313
June 7, 1940 Earthbound
June 14, 1940 Four Sons
June 21, 1940 Charlie Chan's Murder Cruise
June 28, 1940 Lucky Cisco Kid
July 5, 1940 Sailor's Lady
July 12, 1940 Manhattan Heartbeat
July 19, 1940 Maryland
August 2, 1940 The Man I Married
August 9, 1940 Girl from Avenue A
August 16, 1940 The Return of Frank James
August 23, 1940 Pier 13
August 30, 1940 Young People
September 6, 1940 Charlie Chan at the Wax Museum
September 13, 1940 Public Deb No. 1
September 20, 1940 Yesterday's Heroes
September 27, 1940 Brigham Young
October 4, 1940 The Gay Caballero
October 11, 1940 Down Argentine Way
October 18, 1940 Night Train to Munich
October 25, 1940 The Great Profile
November 8, 1940 The Mark of Zorro
November 15, 1940 Street of Memories
November 22, 1940 Youth Will Be Served
November 29, 1940 Tin Pan Alley
December 6, 1940 Charter Pilot
December 13, 1940 Murder Over New York
December 20, 1940 Jennie
December 27, 1940 Chad Hanna
January 3, 1941 Hudson's Bay
January 10, 1941 Michael Shayne, Private Detective
January 17, 1941 Romance of the Rio Grande
January 24, 1941 Tall, Dark and Handsome
January 31, 1941 Girl in the News
February 7, 1941 Ride, Kelly, Ride
February 14, 1941 Golden Hoofs
February 21, 1941 Western Union
February 28, 1941 Murder Among Friends
March 7, 1941 Tobacco Road
March 14, 1941 Sleepers West
March 28, 1941 Dead Men Tell
April 4, 1941 Scotland Yard
April 11, 1941 That Night in Rio
April 18, 1941 Ride on Vaquero
May 9, 1941 The Great American Broadcast
May 16, 1941 The Cowboy and the Blonde
May 30, 1941 Blood and Sand
June 6, 1941 For Beauty's Sake
June 13, 1941 The Great Commandment
June 20, 1941 Man Hunt
June 27, 1941 A Very Young Lady
The Bride Wore Crutches
July 4, 1941 Moon Over Miami
July 11, 1941 Accent on Love
July 18, 1941 Dance Hall
July 1941 Mail Train
August 1, 1941 Charley's Aunt
August 8, 1941 Dressed to Kill
August 15, 1941 Wild Geese Calling
August 22, 1941 Private Nurse
August 29, 1941 Sun Valley Serenade
September 5, 1941 Charlie Chan in Rio
September 12, 1941 Belle Starr
September 19, 1941 We Go Fast
September 26, 1941 Men at Large
Last of the Duanes
October 3, 1941 A Yank in the R.A.F.
October 10, 1941 Great Guns
Riders of the Purple Sage
October 17, 1941 Week-End in Havana
October 24, 1941 Moon Over Her Shoulder
October 31, 1941 I Wake Up Screaming
November 7, 1941 Small Town Deb
November 21, 1941 Rise and Shine
November 28, 1941 Cadet Girl
Marry the Boss's Daughter
December 5, 1941 Swamp Water
December 12, 1941 Confirm or Deny
December 19, 1941 The Perfect Snob
December 26, 1941 How Green Was My Valley Winner of the Academy Award for Best Picture
January 2, 1942 Remember the Day
January 9, 1942 Blue, White and Perfect
January 16, 1942 A Gentleman at Heart
January 23, 1942 Right to the Heart
January 30, 1942 Son of Fury: The Story of Benjamin Blake
February 6, 1942 Young America
February 13, 1942 On the Sunny Side
February 20, 1942 Roxie Hart
February 27, 1942 Castle in the Desert
March 6, 1942 The Night Before the Divorce
March 13, 1942 Song of the Islands
March 20, 1942 Lone Star Ranger
Rings on Her Fingers
March 24, 1942 To the Shores of Tripoli
March 27, 1942 Sundown Jim
April 3, 1942 Secret Agent of Japan
April 17, 1942 Who Is Hope Schuyler?
April 30, 1942 My Gal Sal
May 1, 1942 The Man Who Wouldn't Die
May 15, 1942 The Mad Martindales
May 22, 1942 Whispering Ghosts
May 24, 1942 Kipps
May 28, 1942 It Happened in Flatbush
May 29, 1942 Moontide
June 12, 1942 The Magnificent Dope
June 19, 1942 Thru Different Eyes
June 26, 1942 Ten Gentlemen from West Point
July 3, 1942 The Postman Didn't Ring
July 10, 1942 United We Stand
July 24, 1942 This Above All
August 1, 1942 Footlight Serenade
August 7, 1942 A-Haunting We Will Go
August 14, 1942 Little Tokyo, U.S.A.
August 21, 1942 The Pied Piper Nominated for the Academy Award for Best Picture
August 28, 1942 The Loves of Edgar Allan Poe
September 4, 1942 Orchestra Wives
September 11, 1942 Berlin Correspondent
September 18, 1942 Careful, Soft Shoulder
September 25, 1942 Just Off Broadway
October 2, 1942 Iceland
October 9, 1942 Girl Trouble
October 16, 1942 Manila Calling
October 23, 1942 The Man in the Trunk
October 30, 1942 Tales of Manhattan
Prelude to War
November 6, 1942 Springtime in the Rockies
November 13, 1942 That Other Woman
November 20, 1942 Thunder Birds
November 27, 1942 The Undying Monster
December 4, 1942 The Black Swan
December 11, 1942 Dr. Renault's Secret
December 25, 1942 Life Begins at Eight-Thirty
January 1, 1943 China Girl
January 8, 1943 We Are the Marines
January 15, 1943 Over My Dead Body
January 22, 1943 Time to Kill
January 29, 1943 Immortal Sergeant
February 5, 1943 Chetniks! The Fighting Guerrillas
February 12, 1943 The Meanest Man in the World
February 19, 1943 Margin for Error
February 26, 1943 The Young Mr. Pitt
March 12, 1943 Dixie Dugan
March 19, 1943 Quiet Please, Murder
March 26, 1943 Hello, Frisco, Hello
April 2, 1943 He Hired the Boss
April 9, 1943 The Moon Is Down
April 13, 1943 Desert Victory
April 23, 1943 My Friend Flicka
April 30, 1943 Tonight We Raid Calais
May 7, 1943 They Came to Blow Up America
May 14, 1943 Crash Dive
May 21, 1943 The Ox-Bow Incident Nominated for the Academy Award for Best Picture
June 11, 1943 Jitterbugs
June 18, 1943 Coney Island
July 21, 1943 Stormy Weather
August 6, 1943 Bomber's Moon
August 13, 1943 Heaven Can Wait Nominated for the Academy Award for Best Picture
August 27, 1943 Holy Matrimony
September 3, 1943 Claudia
September 17, 1943 Wintertime
October 1, 1943 Sweet Rosie O'Grady
October 15, 1943 Paris After Dark
November 5, 1943 Guadalcanal Diary
November 13, 1943 The Battle of Russia
November 19, 1943 The Dancing Masters
December 3, 1943 Happy Land
December 21, 1943 The Song of Bernadette Nominated for the Academy Award for Best Picture
December 24, 1943 The Gang's All Here
Jane Eyre
January 7, 1944 The Lodger
January 28, 1944 Lifeboat
February 3, 1944 The Fighting Sullivans
February 21, 1944 San Demetrio London
February 23, 1944 The Purple Heart
March 17, 1944 Four Jills in a Jeep
April 10, 1944 Tampico
April 13, 1944 Buffalo Bill
April 25, 1944 Pin Up Girl
May 1, 1944 Bermuda Mystery
May 22, 1944 The Eve of St. Mark
May 25, 1944 Ladies of Washington
June 3, 1944 Roger Touhy, Gangster
June 15, 1944 Home in Indiana
July 17, 1944 Take It or Leave It
July 28, 1944 Wing and a Prayer
July 30, 1944 Candlelight in Algeria
August 1, 1944 Wilson Nominated for the Academy Award for Best Picture
September 21, 1944 Sweet and Low-Down
September 22, 1944 The Big Noise
In the Meantime, Darling
September 27, 1944 Greenwich Village
October 11, 1944 Laura
November 1, 1944 Something for the Boys
November 7, 1944 Irish Eyes Are Smiling
December 8, 1944 Sunday Dinner for a Soldier
December 15, 1944 The Keys of the Kingdom
December 21, 1944 The Fighting Lady
December 22, 1944 Winged Victory
February 7, 1945 Hangover Square
February 28, 1945 A Tree Grows in Brooklyn
March 15, 1945 Thunderhead, Son of Flicka
April 11, 1945 A Royal Scandal
April 22, 1945 Circumstantial Evidence
May 2, 1945 Diamond Horseshoe
May 11, 1945 The Bullfighters
May 23, 1945 Where Do We Go from Here?
May 25, 1945 Molly and Me
June 1, 1945 Don Juan Quilligan
June 3, 1945 The Way Ahead
June 13, 1945 Nob Hill
June 16, 1945 Junior Miss
June 19, 1945 Captain Eddie
June 21, 1945 A Bell for Adano
June 1945 The Caribbean Mystery
July 13, 1945 Within These Walls
August 30, 1945 State Fair
September 10, 1945 The House on 92nd Street
October 31, 1945 And Then There Were None
November 14, 1945 The Dolly Sisters
December 5, 1945 Fallen Angel
December 20, 1945 Leave Her to Heaven Fox's highest-grossing film of the 1940s
December 25, 1945 A Walk in the Sun
December 31, 1945 Doll Face
December 1945 The Spider
January 24, 1946 Colonel Effingham's Raid
February 1, 1946 Shock
February 15, 1946 Behind Green Lights
February 25, 1946 Claudia and David
March 3, 1946 I Live in Grosvenor Square
March 6, 1946 Sentimental Journey
April 5, 1946 Johnny Comes Flying Home
April 9, 1946 The Dark Corner
April 10, 1946 Dragonwyck
May 6, 1946 Rendezvous 24 Distribution only, produced by Sol M. Wurtzel Productions
May 17, 1946 Do You Love Me?
Strange Triangle
June 3, 1946 Cluny Brown
June 12, 1946 Somewhere in the Night
June 20, 1946 Anna and the King of Siam
June 26, 1946 Smoky
July 17, 1946 Centennial Summer
July 1946 It Shouldn't Happen to a Dog
August 1, 1946 Deadline for Murder Distribution only, produced by Sol M. Wurtzel Productions
August 29, 1946 Black Beauty
September 2, 1946 If I'm Lucky
September 25, 1946 Three Little Girls in Blue
October 2, 1946 Home Sweet Homicide
October 3, 1946 Strange Journey Distribution only, produced by Sol M. Wurtzel Productions
October 16, 1946 Margie
November 2, 1946 A Voice in the Night
November 19, 1946 The Razor's Edge Nominated for the Academy Award for Best Picture
November 27, 1946 Dangerous Millions Distribution only, produced by Sol M. Wurtzel Productions
December 2, 1946 Wake Up and Dream
December 3, 1946 My Darling Clementine
January 4, 1947 The Shocking Miss Pilgrim
January 15, 1947 13 Rue Madeleine
February 6, 1947 The Brasher Doubloon
March 1, 1947 Backlash Distribution only, produced by Sol M. Wurtzel Productions
March 5, 1947 Boomerang
March 20, 1947 The Late George Apley
March 28, 1947 Carnival in Costa Rica
May 2, 1947 Miracle on 34th Street Nominated for the Academy Award for Best Picture; remade in 1994
May 4, 1947 The Homestretch
May 27, 1947 Jewels of Brandenburg Distribution only, produced by Sol M. Wurtzel Productions
May 30, 1947 Moss Rose
June 26, 1947 The Ghost and Mrs. Muir
July 2, 1947 The Crimson Key Distribution only, produced by Sol M. Wurtzel Productions
July 18, 1947 Second Chance Distribution only, produced by Sol M. Wurtzel Productions
July 23, 1947 I Wonder Who's Kissing Her Now
August 20, 1947 Mother Wore Tights
August 27, 1947 Kiss of Death Remade in 1995
September 24, 1947 The Foxes of Harrow
October 15, 1947 The Invisible Wall Distribution only, produced by Sol M. Wurtzel Productions
October 22, 1947 Forever Amber
October 28, 1947 Nightmare Alley
November 1, 1947 Thunder in the Valley
November 10, 1947 Roses Are Red Distribution only, produced by Sol M. Wurtzel Productions
November 11, 1947 Gentleman's Agreement Winner of the Academy Award for Best Picture
December 7, 1947 Dangerous Years Distribution only, produced by Sol M. Wurtzel Productions
December 25, 1947 Captain from Castile
Daisy Kenyon
1948 The Creeper Distribution only, produced by Reliance Pictures
January 3, 1948 The Tender Years
January 14, 1948 An Ideal Husband
February 1, 1948 Call Northside 777
You Were Meant for Me
February 27, 1948 Let's Live Again
March 10, 1948 Sitting Pretty
March 1948 Half Past Midnight Distribution only, produced by Sol M. Wurtzel Productions
April 2, 1948 The Challenge
April 7, 1948 Arthur Takes Over Distribution only, produced by Sol M. Wurtzel Productions
April 14, 1948 Scudda Hoo! Scudda Hay!
April 27, 1948 Anna Karenina
April 30, 1948 Fury at Furnace Creek
13 Lead Soldiers Distribution only, produced by Reliance Pictures
May 12, 1948 The Iron Curtain
May 17, 1948 Meet Me at Dawn
May 28, 1948 The Counterfeiters
June 3, 1948 Green Grass of Wyoming
June 8, 1948 The Winner's Circle
June 22, 1948 Give My Regards to Broadway
July 14, 1948 The Street with No Name
July 16, 1948 The Checkered Coat Distribution only, produced by Belsam Productions
July 22, 1948 Deep Waters
July 30, 1948 Escape
Fighting Back Distribution only, produced by Sol M. Wurtzel Productions
August 4, 1948 The Walls of Jericho
August 24, 1948 That Lady in Ermine
September 1, 1948 The Creeper
Night Wind Distribution only, produced by Sol M. Wurtzel Productions
September 2, 1948 The Gay Intruders
September 15, 1948 The Luck of the Irish
September 22, 1948 Road House
September 24, 1948 Jungle Patrol
September 29, 1948 Cry of the City
October 1, 1948 Apartment for Peggy
November 10, 1948 When My Baby Smiles at Me
November 13, 1948 The Snake Pit Nominated for the Academy Award for Best Picture
November 15, 1948 Belle Starr's Daughter
November 19, 1948 Bungalow 13 Distribution only, produced by Belsam Productions
November 20, 1948 That Wonderful Urge
December 10, 1948 Unfaithfully Yours
December 31, 1948 Trouble Preferred Distribution only, produced by Sol M. Wurtzel Productions
January 4, 1949 This Was a Woman US distribution only, produced in United Kingdom by Excelsior Films Ltd.
January 18, 1949 Chicken Every Sunday
Mine Own Executioner US distribution only, produced in United Kingdom by London Films
January 20, 1949 A Letter to Three Wives Nominated for the Academy Award for Best Picture
February 1, 1949 Yellow Sky
February 11, 1949 Miss Mink of 1949 Distribution only, produced by Sol M. Wurtzel Productions
February 22, 1949 Down to the Sea in Ships
March 4, 1949 I Cheated the Law Distribution only, produced by Belsam Productions
March 8, 1949 A Man About the House
March 12, 1949 Mother Is a Freshman
April 1, 1949 The Fan
April 15, 1949 Mr. Belvedere Goes to College
April 27, 1949 Tucson Distribution only, produced by Sol M. Wurtzel Productions
May 3, 1949 The Forbidden Street
May 19, 1949 Canadian Pacific Distribution only, produced by Nat Holt Productions
May 27, 1949 The Beautiful Blonde from Bashful Bend
June 10, 1949 It Happens Every Spring
July 1, 1949 House of Strangers
July 22, 1949 You're My Everything
July 27, 1949 Come to the Stable
August 4, 1949 Sand
August 11, 1949 Slattery's Hurricane
August 19, 1949 I Was a Male War Bride
September 29, 1949 Pinky
October 10, 1949 Thieves' Highway
October 12, 1949 Father Was a Fullback
October 25, 1949 Everybody Does It
November 11, 1949 Oh, You Beautiful Doll
November 16, 1949 Fighting Man of the Plains Distribution only, produced by Nat Holt Productions
December 2, 1949 Dancing in the Dark
December 21, 1949 Twelve O'Clock High Nominated for the Academy Award for Best Picture
December 23, 1949 Prince of Foxes

1950s[edit]

Release date Title Notes
January 13, 1950 Whirlpool
February 17, 1950 When Willie Comes Marching Home
Dakota Lil Distribution only, produced by Alson Productions
February 20, 1950 Three Came Home
March 3, 1950 Mother Didn't Tell Me
March 17, 1950 Under My Skin
March 31, 1950 Wabash Avenue
April 17, 1950 Cheaper by the Dozen
April 26, 1950 The Big Lift
May 19, 1950 A Ticket to Tomahawk
June 6, 1950 Love That Brute
June 9, 1950 Night and the City
June 12, 1950 Panic in the Streets
June 23, 1950 The Gunfighter
June 26, 1950 Where the Sidewalk Ends
July 20, 1950 Stella
July 21, 1950 Broken Arrow
August 1, 1950 The Cariboo Trail distribution only, produced by Nat Holt Productions
August 16, 1950 No Way Out
September 1, 1950 The Black Rose
September 2, 1950 Farewell to Yesterday
September 15, 1950 My Blue Heaven
September 29, 1950 Mister 880
October 2, 1950 I'll Get By
October 12, 1950 Two Flags West
October 13, 1950 All About Eve Winner of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
November 1, 1950 The Jackpot
November 8, 1950 American Guerrilla in the Philippines
November 9, 1950 The Fireball distribution only, produced by Thor Productions
November 28, 1950 The Mudlark
December 15, 1950 For Heaven's Sake
December 26, 1950 The Man Who Cheated Himself distribution only, produced by Jack M. Warner for Phoenix Films
January 4, 1951 Halls of Montezuma
January 31, 1951 Call Me Mister
February 14, 1951 Of Men and Music
February 17, 1951 I'd Climb the Highest Mountain
February 21, 1951 The 13th Letter
February 23, 1951 You're in the Navy Now
March 3, 1951 Lucky Nick Cain US distribution only, made in United Kingdom by Kaydor Productions
The Sword of Monte Cristo distribution only, produced by Edward L. Alperson Productions
March 6, 1951 Fourteen Hours
March 14, 1951 Bird of Paradise
March 25, 1951 Rawhide
April 5, 1951 I Can Get It for You Wholesale
April 20, 1951 On the Riviera
April 25, 1951 Follow the Sun
May 5, 1951 Half Angel
May 12, 1951 The House on Telegraph Hill
June 29, 1951 The Frogmen
July 18, 1951 Take Care of My Little Girl
August 1, 1951 Mr. Belvedere Rings the Bell
August 2, 1951 As Young as You Feel
August 3, 1951 The Secret of Convict Lake
August 10, 1951 David and Bathsheba
August 15, 1951 Meet Me After the Show
August 16, 1951 The Guy Who Came Back
August 29, 1951 People Will Talk
September 2, 1951 A Millionaire for Christy distribution only, produced by Thor Productions
September 21, 1951 No Highway in the Sky
September 28, 1951 Journey Into Light
The Day the Earth Stood Still
October 10, 1951 Love Nest
October 17, 1951 The Desert Fox: The Story of Rommel
October 18, 1951 Anne of the Indies
November 1951 The Model and the Marriage Broker
November 1, 1951 Golden Girl
November 6, 1951 Let's Make It Legal
November 20, 1951 Fixed Bayonets!
November 23, 1951 Elopement
December 1951 The Girl on the Bridge distribution only, produced by Hugo Haas Productions
December 7, 1951 I'll Never Forget You
December 21, 1951 Decision Before Dawn Nominated for the Academy Award for Best Picture.
January 23, 1952 Red Skies of Montana
January 28, 1952 Rose of Cimarron distribution only, produced by Edward L. Alperson Productions
January 29, 1952 Japanese War Bride distribution only, produced by Bernhard Productions
February 1, 1952 Phone Call from a Stranger
February 7, 1952 Viva Zapata!
February 13, 1952 Return of the Texan
February 22, 1952 5 Fingers
March 14, 1952 Deadline - U.S.A.
April 4, 1952 With a Song in My Heart Winner of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy.
May 2, 1952 The Pride of St. Louis
Belles on Their Toes
May 16, 1952 The Outcasts of Poker Flat
Kangaroo
June 2, 1952 Lydia Bailey
June 13, 1952 Diplomatic Courier
June 27, 1952 Wait Till the Sun Shines, Nellie
July 4, 1952 Lady in the Iron Mask distribution only, produced by Walter Wanger Productions
July 11, 1952 We're Not Married!
July 18, 1952 Don't Bother to Knock
July 25, 1952 What Price Glory?
July 26, 1952 Dreamboat
August 7, 1952 O. Henry's Full House
August 14, 1952 Les Misérables
September 5, 1952 Monkey Business
September 17, 1952 The Snows of Kilimanjaro
September 26, 1952 Night Without Sleep
October 3, 1952 Lure of the Wilderness
October 10, 1952 My Wife's Best Friend
October 16, 1952 Way of a Gaucho
November 12, 1952 The Steel Trap distribution only, produced by Thor Productions
November 14, 1952 Bloodhounds of Broadway
Something for the Birds
November 27, 1952 The Thief of Venice US distribution only, produced in Italy by Robert Haggiag for Sparta Films
December 1, 1952 My Pal Gus
December 11, 1952 The Star distribution only, produced by Thor Productions
December 19, 1952 Pony Soldier
December 22, 1952 Stars and Stripes Forever Nominated for the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy.
December 24, 1952 My Cousin Rachel
December 25, 1952 Ruby Gentry
January 14, 1953 The I Don't Care Girl
January 21, 1953 Niagara
Taxi
January 26, 1953 Tonight We Sing
February 4, 1953 The Silver Whip
February 4, 1953 Treasure of the Golden Condor
March 1, 1953 Down Among the Sheltering Palms
March 20, 1953 Destination Gobi
March 25, 1953 Call Me Madam
April 1, 1953 Man on a Tightrope
April 18, 1953 Titanic
April 22, 1953 Invaders from Mars distribution only, produced by Edward L. Alperson Productions
May 8, 1953 The Desert Rats
May 13, 1953 The Girl Next Door
May 20, 1953 The Glory Brigade
May 21, 1953 The President's Lady
June 8, 1953 Powder River
June 12, 1953 The Farmer Takes a Wife
June 17, 1953 Pickup on South Street
June 26, 1953 Gentlemen Prefer Blondes
June 29, 1953 The Kid from Left Field
July 1, 1953 White Witch Doctor
July 24, 1953 A Blueprint for Murder
July 25, 1953 Sailor of the King
August 1953 Dangerous Crossing
August 12, 1953 Inferno
September 2, 1953 Mister Scoutmaster
September 7, 1953 Vicki
September 11, 1953 City of Bad Men
September 16, 1953 The Robe
September 23, 1953 Thy Neighbor's Wife distribution only, produced by Hugo Haas Productions
November 5, 1953 How to Marry a Millionaire
November 1953 Miss Robin Crusoe
December 2, 1953 Man Crazy
Beneath the 12-Mile Reef
December 22, 1953 King of the Khyber Rifles
December 31, 1953 Man in the Attic distribution only, produced by Panoramic Productions
January 16, 1954 Three Young Texans
February 6, 1954 Hell and High Water
March 3, 1954 Racing Blood
March 6, 1954 New Faces distribution only, produced by Edward L. Alperson Productions
March 12, 1954 Night People
April 1954 The Rocket Man distribution only, produced by Panoramic Productions
April 5, 1954 Prince Valiant
April 30, 1954 River of No Return
May 1954 Gorilla at Large distribution only, produced by Panoramic Productions
May 1, 1954 Siege at Red River distribution only, produced by Panoramic Productions
May 4, 1954 Out of This World
June 2, 1954 Three Coins in the Fountain Nominated for the Academy Award for Best Picture.
June 11, 1954 Princess of the Nile distribution only, produced by Panoramic Productions
June 18, 1954 Demetrius and the Gladiators
June 21, 1954 The Royal Tour of Queen Elizabeth and Philip
July 9, 1954 Garden of Evil
August 4, 1954 The Raid distribution only, produced by Panoramic Productions
The Gambler from Natchez distribution only, produced by Panoramic Productions
August 24, 1954 The Egyptian
September 25, 1954 Broken Lance
September 30, 1954 Woman's World
October 1, 1954 The Adventures of Hajji Baba distribution only, produced by Walter Wanger Productions
October 28, 1954 Carmen Jones Winner of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy.
Black Widow Remade in 1987
November 1, 1954 The Outlaw's Daughter distribution only, produced by Alplee Productions
November 7, 1954 Black 13 US distribution only, made in United Kingdom by Vandyke Pictures
November 17, 1954 Désirée
December 2, 1954 The Other Woman distribution only, produced by Hugo Haas Productions
December 7, 1954 Devil's Harbor
December 16, 1954 There's No Business Like Show Business
January 11, 1955 Prince of Players
February 4, 1955 The Racers
February 16, 1955 White Feather
March 1, 1955 Untamed
March 31, 1955 A Man Called Peter
April 1955 Violent Saturday
May 5, 1955 Daddy Long Legs
May 11, 1955 That Lady
May 16, 1955 Green Magic
May 17, 1955 The Adventures of Sadie US distribution only, made in United Kingdom by Renown Pictures
May 24, 1955 The Magnificent Matador distribution only, produced by Edward L. Alperson Productions
May 27, 1955 Soldier of Fortune
June 3, 1955 Angela
The Seven Year Itch
July 1, 1955 House of Bamboo
A Life in the Balance
July 22, 1955 The Virgin Queen
How to Be Very, Very Popular
August 18, 1955 Love Is a Many-Splendored Thing Nominated for the Academy Award for Best Picture.
September 21, 1955 The Left Hand of God
Seven Cities of Gold
September 22, 1955 The Tall Men
October 1, 1955 The Girl in the Red Velvet Swing
October 11, 1955 Oklahoma!
October 13, 1955 The Deep Blue Sea
November 4, 1955 The View from Pompey's Head
November 23, 1955 Good Morning, Miss Dove
December 14, 1955 The Rains of Ranchipur
January 11, 1956 The Lieutenant Wore Skirts
February 1, 1956 The Bottom of the Bottle
February 16, 1956 Carousel
March 29, 1956 On the Threshold of Space
April 1, 1956 Mohawk distribution only, produced by Edward L. Alperson Productions
April 3, 1956 The Man Who Never Was
May 1956 The Proud Ones
May 8, 1956 The Man in the Gray Flannel Suit
Hilda Crane
May 11, 1956 The Revolt of Mamie Stover
May 18, 1956 23 Paces to Baker Street
May 29, 1956 D-Day the Sixth of June
June 1, 1956 Massacre
June 12, 1956 Smiley
June 18, 1956 Abdullah's Harem distribution only
June 28, 1956 The King and I Nominated for the Academy Award for Best Picture.
Winner of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy.
August 2, 1956 Bigger Than Life
August 10, 1956 The Queen of Babylon
August 31, 1956 Bus Stop Nominated for the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy.
September 21, 1956 The Last Wagon
September 28, 1956 The Best Things in Life Are Free
October 11, 1956 Between Heaven and Hell
November 1956 The Desperados Are in Town
November 1, 1956 Teenage Rebel
November 15, 1956 Love Me Tender
December 1956 Three Brave Men
The Women of Pitcairn Island
The Black Whip
December 1, 1956 The Girl Can't Help It
December 13, 1956 Stagecoach to Fury
Anastasia
January 1957 The Quiet Gun
February 22, 1957 Oh, Men! Oh, Women!
March 1957 The Storm Rider
March 11, 1957 Lost Continent
March 13, 1957 Heaven Knows, Mr. Allison
April 1957 Break in the Circle
She Devil Distribution only, produced by Regal Films
Kronos Distribution only, produced by Regal Films
April 11, 1957 The River's Edge
April 17, 1957 Oasis
April 19, 1957 Boy on a Dolphin
May 1957 The Restless Breed distribution only, produced by Edward L. Alperson Productions
Lure of the Swamp
May 1, 1957 Desk Set
Badlands of Montana
May 10, 1957 The Way to the Gold
May 22, 1957 The True Story of Jesse James
China Gate
May 27, 1957 The Wayward Bus
June 1957 Two Grooms for a Bride
June 12, 1957 Island in the Sun
June 19, 1957 The Abductors
July 1957 God Is My Partner
Apache Warrior
July 11, 1957 An Affair to Remember
July 17, 1957 A Hatful of Rain Nominated for the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Drama.
July 24, 1957 Bernardine
July 29, 1957 Will Success Spoil Rock Hunter?
August 1957 Hell on Devil's Island
August 12, 1957 The Unknown Terror
Back from the Dead
August 23, 1957 The Sun Also Rises
September 1957 Forty Guns
Copper Sky
September 10, 1957 The Deerslayer
September 23, 1957 Under Fire
The Three Faces of Eve
October 1957 Ghost Diver
October 16, 1957 Sea Wife
October 30, 1957 Young and Dangerous
Rockabilly Baby
No Down Payment
October 31, 1957 The Abominable Snowman
November 24, 1957 Ride a Violent Mile
November 27, 1957 April Love
December 1957 Escape from Red Rock
December 5, 1957 Plunder Road
December 10, 1957 Kiss Them for Me
December 13, 1957 Peyton Place Nominated for the Academy Award for Best Picture.
December 14, 1957 A Farewell to Arms
December 25, 1967 The Enemy Below
December 26, 1957 Stopover Tokyo
February 5, 1958 Beautiful But Dangerous
February 11, 1958 The Gift of Love
February 21, 1958 Sing, Boy, Sing
Diamond Safari
March 1958 Count Five and Die
Ambush at Cimarron Pass
March 19, 1958 South Pacific Nominated for the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Musical.
April 1, 1958 Blood Arrow
April 2, 1958 The Young Lions
April 3, 1958 The Long, Hot Summer
May 1958 Thundering Jets
May 1, 1958 Showdown at Boot Hill
May 22, 1958 Ten North Frederick
June 1958 The Naked Earth
Space Master X-7
June 1, 1958 From Hell to Texas
June 8, 1958 Fraulein
June 25, 1958 The Bravados
Desert Hell
July 1958 Wolf Dog
Sierra Baron
Gang War
July 23, 1958 Rx Murder
July 31, 1958 A Certain Smile
August 1, 1958 The Fiend Who Walked the West
Flaming Frontier
August 26, 1958 The Hunters
August 29, 1958 The Fly
September 18, 1958 Harry Black and the Tiger
September 30, 1958 The Barbarian and the Geisha
October 1958 Villa!!
October 16, 1958 The Roots of Heaven
October 31, 1958 In Love and War
November 18, 1958 Mardi Gras
December 1, 1958 Frontier Gun
A Nice Little Bank That Should Be Robbed
December 11, 1958 The Inn of the Sixth Happiness
December 23, 1958 Rally Round the Flag, Boys!
January 1959 I Mobster distribution only, produced by Alco Productions
February 11, 1959 Alaska Passage
February 20, 1959 The Remarkable Mr. Pennypacker
March 1959 The Sad Horse
The Little Savage
March 1, 1959 Lone Texan
March 14, 1959 The Sheriff of Fractured Jaw
March 18, 1959 The Diary of Anne Frank Nominated for the Academy Award for Best Picture.
Nominated for the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Drama.
March 27, 1959 The Sound and the Fury
March 31, 1959 Intent to Kill
April 1, 1959 Compulsion
Warlock
April 30, 1959 Smiley Gets a Gun
May 6, 1959 These Thousand Hills
May 27, 1959 Woman Obsessed
June 1959 Here Come the Jets
June 8, 1959 Three Murderesses
June 19, 1959 Say One for Me
July 1959 The Son of Robin Hood
The Alligator People
Return of the Fly
July 24, 1959 Holiday for Lovers
July 27, 1959 The Miracle of the Hills
July 30, 1959 Blue Denim
August 14, 1959 A Private's Affair
September 1959 The Oregon Trail
September 4, 1959 The Blue Angel
September 23, 1959 Five Gates to Hell
October 2, 1959 The Man Who Understood Women
October 9, 1959 The Best of Everything
November 1959 Hound-Dog Man
November 17, 1959 Beloved Infidel
December 16, 1959 Journey to the Center of the Earth
December 30, 1959 Blood and Steel

1960s[edit]

Release date Title Notes
February 11, 1960 Sink the Bismarck!
February 28, 1960 Bobbikins
March 5, 1960 The 3rd Voice
March 9, 1960 Can-Can Nominated for the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Musical.
The Wind Cannot Read
March 12, 1960 Seven Thieves
March 16, 1960 The Rookie
March 17, 1960 A Dog of Flanders
March 26, 1960 Wild River
March 29, 1960 When Comedy Was King
April 1960 13 Fighting Men
April 2, 1960 Twelve Hours to Kill
April 8, 1960 Wake Me When It's Over
April 29, 1960 North West Frontier
May 8, 1960 Valley of the Redwoods
May 19, 1960 Crack in the Mirror
June 17, 1960 The Story of Ruth
June 28, 1960 Murder, Inc.
July 6, 1960 Operation Amsterdam
July 13, 1960 The Lost World
July 15, 1960 From the Terrace
July 21, 1960 The Idiot
August 2, 1960 Sons and Lovers Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
Winner of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Drama.
Young Jesse James
August 28, 1960 For the Love of Mike
September 1960 The High Powered Rifle
Squad Car
September 1, 1960 Walk Tall
September 8, 1960 Let's Make Love Nominated for the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Musical.
September 9, 1960 September Storm
September 16, 1960 High Time
September 26, 1960 The Captain's Table
October 5, 1960 Weddings and Babies
October 10, 1960 The 39 Steps
October 11, 1960 Desire in the Dust
October 19, 1960 One Foot in Hell
November 9, 1960 Goddess of Love US Distribution
November 13, 1960 North to Alaska
December 1960 Legions of the Nile
December 2, 1960 Upstairs and Downstairs
December 8, 1960 Tess of the Storm Country
December 11, 1960 The Secret of the Purple Reef
December 14, 1960 Esther and the King
December 20, 1960 Flaming Star
January 21, 1961 Swingin' Along
January 6, 1961 The Marriage-Go-Round
February 1961 The Long Rope
February 1, 1961 Sniper's Ridge
February 9, 1961 The Millionairess
February 17, 1961 A Circle of Deception
February 21, 1961 Sanctuary
March 3, 1961 The Wizard of Baghdad
March 11, 1961 The Canadians
March 21, 1961 Days of Thrills and Laughter
March 22, 1961 Desert Attack
March 30, 1961 All Hands on Deck
April 19, 1961 The Trapp Family
April 26, 1961 Ferry to Hong Kong
April 30, 1961 The Fiercest Heart
May 1961 The Silent Call
May 5, 1961 Return to Peyton Place
May 10, 1961 The Big Show
May 17, 1961 The Right Approach
May 26, 1961 Snow White and the Three Stooges
June 1961 The Little Shepherd of Kingdom Come
June 1, 1961 Battle at Bloody Beach
June 4, 1961 Misty
June 14, 1961 20,000 Eyes
June 15, 1961 Wild in the Country
July 12, 1961 Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea
Francis of Assisi
August 15, 1961 Marines, Let's Go
September 1, 1961 The Big Gamble
September 25, 1961 The Hustler Nominated for the Academy Award for Best Picture.
October 1961 Seven Women from Hell
Pirates of Tortuga
October 30, 1961 The Comancheros
November 1961 The Purple Hills
November 1, 1961 The Two Little Bears
December 22, 1961 The Second Time Around
December 25, 1961 The Innocents
January 7, 1962 Madison Avenue
January 12, 1962 Bachelor Flat
January 19, 1962 Tender Is the Night
February 22, 1962 Satan Never Sleeps
March 1962 Hand of Death
March 9, 1962 State Fair
April 1, 1962 The Broken Land
May 18, 1962 Mr. Topaze/I Like Money
May 24, 1962 Lisa Nominated for the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Drama.
May 25, 1962 The Cabinet of Caligari
May 31, 1962 It Happened in Athens
June 1, 1962 Something's Got to Give
June 3, 1962 Womanhunt
June 15, 1962 Mr. Hobbs Takes a Vacation
July 17, 1962 Air Patrol
July 25, 1962 Hemingway's Adventures of a Young Man Nominated for the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Drama.
August 7, 1962 The Firebrand
August 22, 1962 Five Weeks in a Balloon
August 29, 1962 The 300 Spartans
September 27, 1962 Gigot
October 4, 1962 The Longest Day Nominated for the Academy Award for Best Picture.
Nominated for the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Drama.
October 9, 1962 The Loves of Salammbo
November 16, 1962 Young Guns of Texas
December 21, 1962 The Lion
January 18, 1963 The Queen's Guards
January 23, 1963 The Last Days of Sodom and Gomorrah
February 10, 1963 Thirty Years of Fun
February 14, 1963 The Day Mars Invaded Earth
March 1963 House of the Damned
April 3, 1963 Nine Hours to Rama
April 18, 1963 Marilyn
May 20, 1963 Police Nurse
May 15, 1963 The Yellow Canary
June 12, 1963 Cleopatra Nominated for the Academy Award for Best Picture.
Nominated for the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Drama.
June 19, 1963 The Stripper
July 1963 Harbor Lights
July 15, 1963 The Leopard
August 3, 1963 Lassie's Great Adventure
September 2, 1963 The Young Swingers
September 11, 1963 Of Love and Desire
October 23, 1963 Thunder Island
October 30, 1963 The Condemned of Altona
November 13, 1963 Take Her, She's Mine
December 25, 1963 Move Over, Darling
January 30, 1964 Surf Party
February 5, 1964 The Winston Affair
March 18, 1964 The Last Man on Earth International only; co-production with Associated Producers and Produzioni La Regina
April 28, 1964 The Third Secret co-production with Hubris Productions
May 1, 1964 The Curse of the Living Corpse co-production with Deal Productions and Iselin-Tenney Productions
May 13, 1964 The Eyes of Annie Jones co-production with Jack Parsons-Neil McCallum Productions and Associated Producers
What a Way to Go! Premiere only; co-production with Apjac-Orchard Productions
June 1, 1964 The Horror of Party Beach co-production with Iselin-Tenney Productions
July 22, 1964 Shock Treatment co-production with Arcola Pictures
August 19, 1964 The Horror of It All co-production with Lippert Pictures
September 1964 Witchcraft
September 23, 1964 Night Train to Paris co-production with Jack Parsons Productions and Lippert Pictures
October 4, 1964 The Visit U.S. distribution only; co-production with Les Films du Siècle and Productions et Éditions Cinématographique Français
October 14, 1964 The Earth Dies Screaming co-production with Lippert Pictures
October 28, 1964 Rio Conchos
November 6, 1964 Moro Witch Doctor
November 8, 1964 Fate Is the Hunter
November 16, 1964 Guns at Batasi
November 18, 1964 Goodbye Charlie
November 26, 1964 Apache Rifles
December 9, 1964 Back Door to Hell
December 12, 1964 Raiders from Beneath the Sea
December 17, 1964 Zorba the Greek Nominated for the Academy Award for Best Picture.
Nominated for the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Drama.
December 24, 1964 Hush… Hush, Sweet Charlotte
December 25, 1964 The Pleasure Seekers
January 8, 1965 Dear Brigitte
March 1, 1965 War Party
March 2, 1965 The Sound of Music Winner of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
Winner of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy.
March 24, 1965 John Goldfarb, Please Come Home
May 1965 Devils of Darkness
Curse of the Fly
May 1, 1965 Fort Courageous
June 9, 1965 Up from the Beach
June 16, 1965 Those Magnificent Men in their Flying Machines Nominated for the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy.
A High Wind in Jamaica
June 17, 1965 Convict Stage
June 23, 1965 Von Ryan's Express
August 23, 1965 Rapture
August 25, 1965 Wild on the Beach
Morituri
September 15, 1965 The Reward
October 1965 Spaceflight IC-1
October 7, 1965 The Agony and the Ecstasy
October 27, 1965 The Nanny
December 1, 1965 The Return of Mr. Moto
December 15, 1965 The Flight of the Phoenix Nominated for the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Drama.
December 22, 1965 Do Not Disturb
December 24, 1965 The Cavern
1966 Daniel Boone: Frontier Trail Rider
January 12, 1966 The Plague of the Zombies
Dracula: Prince of Darkness
Our Man Flint
March 30, 1966 The Murder Game
April 6, 1966 The Reptile
Rasputin, the Mad Monk
April 18, 1966 Cloportes
May 18, 1966 Weekend at Dunkirk
June 15, 1966 Stagecoach
June 21, 1966 The Blue Max
July 13, 1966 How to Steal a Million
July 20, 1966 Batman: The Movie
August 3, 1966 Smoky
August 10, 1966 Modesty Blaise
August 24, 1966 Fantastic Voyage
September 7, 1966 Ballad in Blue
September 28, 1966 The Bible: In the Beginning
October 1966 That Tennessee Beat
October 26, 1966 Way...Way Out
December 1966 I Deal in Danger
December 15, 1966 The Quiller Memorandum
December 20, 1966 The Sand Pebbles Nominated for the Academy Award for Best Picture.
Nominated for the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Drama.
1967 The Jackals
January 18, 1967 Come Spy with Me
January 25, 1967 Prehistoric Women
February 8, 1967 The Devil's Own
February 21, 1967 One Million Years BC
March 15, 1967 The Mummy's Shroud
In Like Flint
Frankenstein Created Woman
March 21, 1967 Hombre
April 27, 1967 Two for the Road
May 23, 1967 El Greco
May 25, 1967 A Guide for the Married Man
June 7, 1967 Caprice
June 30, 1967 The St. Valentine's Day Massacre
August 16, 1967 The Viking Queen
August 22, 1967 The Flim-Flam Man
September 19, 1967 The Cape Town Affair
October 2, 1967 The Day the Fish Came Out
The Incident
November 10, 1967 Tony Rome
December 10, 1967 Bedazzled
December 13, 1967 Fathom
December 15, 1967 Valley of the Dolls
December 19, 1967 Doctor Dolittle Nominated for the Academy Award for Best Picture.

Nominated for the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy.
January 16, 1968 The Legend of Custer
February 7, 1968 The Anniversary
February 8, 1968 Planet of the Apes
February 16, 1968 Five Million Years to Earth
March 31, 1968 The Further Perils of Laurel and Hardy
May 23, 1968 Prudence and the Pill
May 28, 1968 The Detective
June 1, 1968 Bandolero!
June 12, 1968 The Sweet Ride
June 19, 1968 The Lost Continent
June 25, 1968 The Secret Life of an American Wife
August 5, 1968 A Challenge for Robin Hood
September 11, 1968 Deadfall
The Vatican Affair
October 16, 1968 The Boston Strangler
October 22, 1968 Star!
October 23, 1968 Pretty Poison
November 20, 1968 The Touchables
Lady in Cement
November 24, 1968 Joanna
November 27, 1968 A Flea in Her Ear
December 10, 1968 The Magus
December 18, 1968 The Devil's Bride
January 26, 1969 Decline and Fall... of a Birdwatcher
February 10, 1969 The Guru
March 2, 1969 The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie Nominated for the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Drama.
March 26, 1969 100 Rifles
April 7, 1969 Doctor Glas
April 30, 1969 Hard Contract
May 14, 1969 The Last Shot You Hear
June 23, 1969 The Boys of Paul Street
June 25, 1969 The Chairman
June 27, 1969 Che!
July 9, 1969 Secret World
August 6, 1969 Justine
August 20, 1969 Staircase
September 23, 1969 Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid Nominated for the Academy Award for Best Picture.
Nominated for the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Drama.
October 5, 1969 A Walk with Love and Death
October 12, 1969 The Archangel
November 27, 1969 The Undefeated
December 14, 1969 John and Mary
December 16, 1969 Hello, Dolly! Nominated for the Academy Award for Best Picture.
Nominated for the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy.

1970s[edit]

Release date Title Notes
January 21, 1970 The Only Game in Town
January 25, 1970 M*A*S*H Nominated for the Academy Award for Best Picture.
Winner of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy.
February 1, 1970 The Kremlin Letter
February 5, 1970 Patton Winner of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
Nominated for the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Drama.
March 29, 1970 The Sicilian Clan
May 13, 1970 The Girl Who Couldn't Say No
May 26, 1970 Beneath the Planet of the Apes
June 17, 1970 Beyond the Valley of the Dolls
June 24, 1970 Myra Breckinridge
July 9, 1970 The Games
July 12, 1970 Hello-Goodbye
July 31, 1970 Move
September 1970 4 Clowns
September 23, 1970 Tora! Tora! Tora!
October 1, 1970 Cover Me Babe
October 11, 1970 The Great White Hope Not to be confused with The Great White Hype
December 6, 1970 Gimme Shelter USA theatrical distribuition, co-production with Maysles Films
January 31, 1971 Countess Dracula US distribution only, co-production with The Rank Organisation
February 9, 1971 Little Murders
March 13, 1971 Vanishing Point
March 21, 1971 Making It
March 31, 1971 B.S. I Love You
April 9, 1971 The Mephisto Waltz
Celebration at Big Sur co-production with Mann Theatres
May 9, 1971 The Panic in Needle Park
May 21, 1971 Escape from the Planet of the Apes
July 1, 1971 Walkabout Theatrical distribuition
July 23, 1971 The Seven Minutes
August 19, 1971 The Marriage of a Young Stockbroker
October 9, 1971 The French Connection Winner of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
Nominated for the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Drama.
October 31, 1971 Journey to Midnight
November 12, 1971 Paper Man
December 12, 1971 Made for Each Other
January 12, 1972 Blindman US distribution only, co-production with Abkco Films
January 26, 1972 The Hot Rock
February 19, 1972 Without Apparent Motive
March 23, 1972 The Concert for Bangladesh
April 16, 1972 The Culpepper Cattle Co.
May 23, 1972 The Other
June 14, 1972 Fillmore
June 16, 1972 What Became of Jack and Jill? distribution only; produced by Palomar Pictures
The Strange Vengeance of Rosalie distribution only; produced by Palomar Pictures
June 30, 1972 Conquest of the Planet of the Apes
August 23, 1972 To Kill a Clown distribution only; produced by Palomar Pictures
August 30, 1972 The Salzburg Connection
September 8, 1972 Welcome Home, Soldier Boys
September 24, 1972 Sounder Theatrical distribution only, co-production with Robert B. Radnitz. Nominated for the Academy Award for Best Picture.
September 27, 1972 The Darwin Adventure distribution only; produced by Palomar Pictures
October 11, 1972 Vampire Circus US distribution only, co-production with The Rank Organisation
October 19, 1972 When the Legends Die
October 22, 1972 The Discreet Charm of the Bourgeoisie US theatrical distribution only, re-released in 2000 by Miramax Films in USA
November 1, 1972 Trouble Man
November 29, 1972 And Hope to Die
December 13, 1972 The Poseidon Adventure Nominated for the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Drama.
December 17, 1972 The Heartbreak Kid distribution only; produced by Palomar Pictures
December 20, 1972 The Effect of Gamma Rays on the Man-in-the-Moon Marigolds
Sleuth distribution only; produced by Palomar Pictures
Nominated for the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Drama.
March 31, 1973 Gospel Road: A Story of Jesus
April 1, 1973 Ace Eli and Rodger of the Skies
May 23, 1973 Emperor of the North Pole
June 15, 1973 The Legend of Hell House
June 15, 1973 Battle for the Planet of the Apes
July 27, 1973 The Last American Hero
August 3, 1973 The Neptune Factor
August 9, 1973 Gordon's War distribution only; produced by Palomar Pictures
September 29, 1973 Kid Blue
October 1973 Hex
October 16, 1973 The Paper Chase
December 14, 1973 The Seven-Ups
December 18, 1973 Cinderella Liberty Nominated for the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Drama.
December 20, 1973 The Laughing Policeman
February 6, 1974 Zardoz
March 14, 1974 Ransom co-production with British Lion Films
March 27, 1974 Conrack
March 29, 1974 The Three Musketeers Nominated for the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy. USA and Japan theatrical distribuition
April 22, 1974 Claudine
May 17, 1974 Dirty Mary Crazy Larry
June 28, 1974 S*P*Y*S
July 17, 1974 The Mad Adventures of Rabbi Jacob
August 7, 1974 Together Brothers
August 12, 1974 Harry and Tonto Nominated for the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy.
August 29, 1974 99 and 44/100% Dead
September 26, 1974 11 Harrowhouse
October 1974 The House on Skull Mountain
October 18, 1974 The Crazy World of Julius Vrooder
October 27, 1974 The Phantom of Liberty USA theatrical distribuition, re-released by Miramax Films in USA
October 31, 1974 Phantom of the Paradise
December 14, 1974 The Towering Inferno US distribution only; co-production with Warner Bros.
Nominated for the Academy Award for Best Picture.
December 15, 1974 Young Frankenstein
January 15, 1975 The Nickel Ride
February 26, 1975 The Four Musketeers USA and Japan theatrical distribution only
March 1, 1975 At Long Last Love
March 13, 1975 Ransom
April 16, 1975 Capone
May 21, 1975 French Connection II
W.W. and the Dixie Dancekings
June 1975 Race with the Devil
August 1975 The Man from Hong Kong
September 4, 1975 Tarzoon, la honte de la jungle distribution in France only
September 26, 1975 The Rocky Horror Picture Show
September 30, 1975 Black Moon
October 10, 1975 Royal Flash
October 15, 1975 Whiffs US distribution only; produced by Brut Productions
October 17, 1975 Down the Ancient Staircase
October 29, 1975 Take a Hard Ride
December 14, 1975 The Adventure of Sherlock Holmes' Smarter Brother
December 25, 1975 Lucky Lady
1976 Survival filmed in December 1969
January 1976 Peeper
January 23, 1976 Hugo the Hippo US distribution only; produced by Brut Productions
January 25, 1976 Scent of a Woman
February 4, 1976 Next Stop, Greenwich Village
February 18, 1976 I Will, I Will... for Now US distribution only; produced by Brut Productions
March 26, 1976 Sky Riders
April 1, 1976 The Duchess and the Dirtwater Fox
April 5, 1976 The Blue Bird Fifth adaptation of novel by Maurice Maeterlinck
co-production with Lenfilm
American-Soviet co-production
May 12, 1976 End of the Game
May 26, 1976 Mother, Jugs & Speed
June 1, 1976 The Last Hard Men
June 2, 1976 Breaking Point
June 16, 1976 Silent Movie Nominated for the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy.
June 25, 1976 The Omen co-production with Mace Neufeld Productions
July 1976 Moving Violation
September 1976 High Velocity
September 26, 1976 The Sunday Woman
October 3, 1976 Alex & the Gypsy
October 8, 1976 Fighting Mad
November 1976 Kenny & Company
November 12, 1976 All This and World War II
December 3, 1976 Silver Streak
February 9, 1977 Wizards
March 3, 1977 Mr. Billion
April 1977 Lovers Like Us
April 1, 1977 Raggedy Ann & Andy: A Musical Adventure
April 3, 1977 3 Women
May 25, 1977 Star Wars distribution only; produced by Lucasfilm
Nominated for Academy Award for Best Picture.
Nominated for Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Drama.
Nominated for BAFTA Award for Best Film
Retitled Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope in 1981
June 8, 1977 The Other Side of Midnight
June 9, 1977 Fire Sale
August 1977 The Black Pearl
August 24, 1977 Thunder and Lightning
October 2, 1977 Julia Nominated for the Academy Award for Best Picture.
Nominated for the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Drama.
October 21, 1977 Damnation Alley
November 14, 1977 The Turning Point Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
Winner of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Drama.
December 18, 1977 The World's Greatest Lover
December 25, 1977 High Anxiety Nominated for the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy.
March 5, 1978 An Unmarried Woman Nominated for the Academy Award for Best Picture.
Nominated for the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Drama.
March 10, 1978 The Fury
June 9, 1978 Damien: Omen II co-production with Mace Neufeld Productions
June 28, 1978 The Driver USA distribuition, co-production with EMI Films, owned internationally by StudioCanal
August 29, 1978 A Wedding
October 5, 1978 The Boys from Brazil distribution only; produced by ITC Entertainment
November 8, 1978 Magic U.S. distribution only; produced by Joseph E. Levine
February 9, 1979 Quintet
March 2, 1979 Norma Rae Nominated for the Academy Award for Best Picture.
Nominated for the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Drama.
April 6, 1979 A Perfect Couple
April 27, 1979 Dreamer
May 25, 1979 Alien co-production with Brandywine Productions
June 8, 1979 The Game of Death international theatrical and USA home media distributor; co-production with Columbia Pictures
June 15, 1979 Butch and Sundance: The Early Days
July 20, 1979 Breaking Away Nominated for the Academy Award for Best Picture.
Winner of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy.
September 1979 The Strange Case of Alice Cooper distribution only; produced by Jaybar Industries
Direct-to-video release
September 30, 1979 La Luna
October 1, 1979 Nosferatu the Vampyre distribution only
October 19, 1979 Avalanche Express distribution only; produced by Lorimar
November 7, 1979 The Rose Nominated for the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy.
November 16, 1979 The Runner Stumbles co-production with Melvin Simon Productions
December 20, 1979 All That Jazz North American theatrical and worldwide home video distribution only; co-production with Columbia Pictures
Nominated for the Academy Award for Best Picture.
December 21, 1979 Scavenger Hunt co-production with Melvin Simon Productions

1980s[edit]

Release date Title Notes
February 1, 1980 Fatso
April 2, 1980 Inferno distribution only; produced by Produzioni Intersound
May 1980 Headin' for Broadway
May 21, 1980 The Empire Strikes Back distribution only; produced by Lucasfilm
June 20, 1980 Brubaker
June 27, 1980 The Stunt Man distribution only
Nominated for the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Drama.
July 11, 1980 Oh Heavenly Dog
July 25, 1980 Middle Age Crazy
August 15, 1980 Willie & Phil
September 12, 1980 Health
September 26, 1980 My Bodyguard
October 3, 1980 The Man with Bogart's Face
Terror Train
October 6, 1980 Kagemusha International distributor; co-production with Toho
October 24, 1980 Loving Couples
November 17, 1980 The Diary of Anne Frank
December 1, 1980 A Change of Seasons
December 14, 1980 Tribute
December 19, 1980 Nine to Five
February 6, 1981 Fort Apache, The Bronx
February 13, 1981 Eyewitness
March 6, 1981 On the Right Track
March 20, 1981 Omen III: The Final Conflict co-production with Mace Neufeld Productions
March 30, 1981 Chariots of Fire co-production with Warner Bros., The Ladd Company, Allied Stars Ltd and Goldcrest Films, international distributor
April 3, 1981 Hardly Working
May 22, 1981 Death Hunt distribution only; produced by Golden Harvest
May 23, 1981 Savage Harvest
June 12, 1981 History of the World, Part I
June 19, 1981 The Cannonball Run in association with Golden Harvest
July 17, 1981 Zorro, The Gay Blade
August 28, 1981 Chu Chu and the Philly Flash
September 1981 The Woman Inside
September 25, 1981 Southern Comfort USA theatrical distribution only; produced by Cinema Group Ventures
October 9, 1981 Tattoo co-production with AVCO Embassy Pictures
October 31, 1981 Shock Treatment
December 18, 1981 Taps
December 25, 1981 Modern Problems
February 12, 1982 The Amateur Co-production with Annabisis International, B.V.
Quest for Fire USA and Brazil distribuition
Melanie
March 5, 1982 Making Love
March 19, 1982 Porky's
March 24, 1982 Eating Raoul
March 26, 1982 I Ought to Be in Pictures
May 28, 1982 Visiting Hours
June 18, 1982 Author! Author!
June 25, 1982 Megaforce USA/UK distributor,in association with Golden Harvest
July 16, 1982 Young Doctors in Love USA distributor; co-production with ABC Motion Pictures
July 16, 1982 Six Pack
August 6, 1982 The Pirate Movie
October 9, 1982 I, the Jury
October 22, 1982 Monsignor
October 29, 1982 National Lampoon's Class Reunion USA distributor; co-production with ABC Motion Pictures
November 5, 1982 The Man from Snowy River
December 8, 1982 The Verdict Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
Nominated for the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Drama.
December 10, 1982 The Hot Touch
December 22, 1982 Kiss Me Goodbye
February 4, 1983 The Entity
Without a Trace
February 18, 1983 The King of Comedy
February 19, 1983 Betrayal
March 25, 1983 Max Dugan Returns
April 1, 1983 Heart Like a Wheel
May 20, 1983 Tough Enough
Bill Cosby: Himself co-production with SAH Enterprises
May 25, 1983 Return of the Jedi distribution only; produced by Lucasfilm
June 24, 1983 Porky's II: The Next Day
July 22, 1983 Mr. Mom USA distribution only; produced by Sherwood Productions
August 5, 1983 The Star Chamber
August 10, 1983 Phar Lap
August 27, 1983 Fire and Ice USA theatrical distribution only; produced by PSO
October 14, 1983 The Osterman Weekend USA theatrical distribution only; produced by EMI Films
October 21, 1983 All the Right Moves
November 18, 1983 A Night in Heaven
December 14, 1983 Silkwood Nominated for the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Drama.
USA distributor; co-production with ABC Motion Pictures
December 16, 1983 Two of a Kind
To Be or Not to Be
1984 The Secret Diary of Sigmund Freud
January 1, 1984 Careful, He Might Hear You
February 10, 1984 Unfaithfully Yours
February 17, 1984 Blame It on Rio USA distribution only; produced by Sherwood Productions
March 30, 1984 Antarctica
Romancing the Stone
April 4, 1984 The Stone Boy
April 13, 1984 Kidco
May 4, 1984 The Buddy System
June 21, 1984 Rhinestone
June 29, 1984 Bachelor Party
July 9, 1984 The Gods Must Be Crazy USA distributior; co-production with South African companies
July 20, 1984 Revenge of the Nerds
August 10, 1984 The Adventures of Buckaroo Banzai Across the 8th Dimension! USA theatrical distribution only; produced by Sherwood Productions
Dreamscape USA distribution only
September 28, 1984 Impulse USA distributor; co-production with ABC Motion Pictures; not to be confused with the unrelated 1990 film of the same name
October 23, 1984 Give My Regards to Broad Street
November 2, 1984 Paris, Texas
November 16, 1984 Gimme an 'F'
December 21, 1984 The Flamingo Kid USA distributor; production with ABC Motion Pictures
Johnny Dangerously
February 8, 1985 Mischief
February 15, 1985 Turk 182
March 22, 1985 Porky's Revenge
March 29, 1985 Almost You
April 12, 1985 Ladyhawke international distribution only; co-production with Warner Bros.
April 19, 1985 Moving Violations
May 10, 1985 Secret Places
June 13, 1985 Prizzi's Honor Nominated for the Academy Award for Best Picture.
Winner of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Drama.
USA distributor; co-production with ABC Motion Pictures
June 21, 1985 Cocoon Nominated for the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy.
July 19, 1985 The Man with One Red Shoe
August 14, 1985 Key Exchange
August 23, 1985 Warning Sign
September 20, 1985 Joshua Then and Now
Plenty
October 4, 1985 The Doctor and the Devils
Commando co-production with Silver Pictures
November 22, 1985 Bad Medicine
December 11, 1985 The Jewel of the Nile
December 18, 1985 Brazil international distribution only; Universal Pictures handled U.S. distribution rights
December 20, 1985 Enemy Mine
January 17, 1986 The Boy in Blue
January 31, 1986 Stripper
Power Theatrical distribution only; produced by Lorimar Motion Pictures
February 14, 1986 The Vindicator
March 7, 1986 Death of an Angel
Highlander USA theatrical distribution only; produced by EMI Films
March 28, 1986 Lucas
April 18, 1986 Legend international distribution only; Universal Pictures handled U.S. distribution rights
June 6, 1986 SpaceCamp Distribution only; produced by ABC Motion Pictures
June 13, 1986 The Manhattan Project USA theatrical distribution only; produced by Gladden Entertainment and EMI Films
July 2, 1986 Big Trouble in Little China
July 18, 1986 Aliens co-production with Brandywine Productions
August 14, 1986 The Boy Who Could Fly Theatrical distribution only; produced by Lorimar Motion Pictures
August 15, 1986 The Fly co-production with Brooksfilms
September 19, 1986 The Name of the Rose USA theatrical distribution, co-production with Nelson Entertainment, Neuve-Constantin Film and France2 Cinema
September 24, 1986 Half Moon Street
October 10, 1986 Jumpin' Jack Flash co-production with Silver Pictures
November 14, 1986 Streets of Gold USA theatrical distribution only, co-production with Bavaria Treehouse Productions
December 25, 1986 The Morning After Theatrical distribution only; produced by Lorimar Motion Pictures
December 31, 1986 Wisdom USA theatrical and TV distribution only; produced by Gladden Entertainment
February 6, 1987 Black Widow
February 13, 1987 Mannequin USA theatrical distribution only; produced by Gladden Entertainment
March 6, 1987 Raising Arizona
April 17, 1987 Project X
June 12, 1987 Predator co-production with Silver Pictures and Davis Entertainment
July 10, 1987 Revenge of the Nerds II: Nerds in Paradise
September 18, 1987 The Pick-up Artist
September 25, 1987 The Princess Bride USA theatrical and TV distribution only; produced by Act III Communications and Nelson Entertainment
October 2, 1987 Big Shots Theatrical distribution only; produced by Lorimar Motion Pictures
October 23, 1987 The Sicilian USA and UK theatrical distribution only; produced by Gladden Entertainment
November 6, 1987 Less Than Zero
December 11, 1987 Wall Street
December 16, 1987 Broadcast News Nominated for the Academy Award for Best Picture.
Nominated for the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy.
co-production with Gracie Films
February 12, 1988 Satisfaction
February 27, 1988 A Night in the Life of Jimmy Reardon USA distribution only, co-production with Island Pictures
March 11, 1988 Off Limits
April 8, 1988 Bad Dreams
June 3, 1988 Big Nominated for the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy.
co-production with Gracie Films
July 6, 1988 License to Drive
July 15, 1988 Die Hard co-production with Silver Pictures and Gordon Company
August 12, 1988 Young Guns USA, Japan and UK theatrical distribution only; produced by Morgan Creek Productions
September 23, 1988 Dead Ringers USA theatrical distribution only; produced by Morgan Creek Productions
October 7, 1988 Alien Nation
November 23, 1988 Cocoon: The Return
December 21, 1988 Working Girl Nominated for the Academy Award for Best Picture.
Winner of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy.
January 13, 1989 Gleaming the Cube USA and Australia theatrical and TV distribution only; produced by Gladden Entertainment
February 10, 1989 The Fly II co-production with Brooksfilms
March 10, 1989 Skin Deep USA theatrical distribution only; produced by Morgan Creek Productions
April 14, 1989 Say Anything... co-production with Gracie Films
May 19, 1989 How I Got into College
July 5, 1989 Weekend at Bernie's USA and France theatrical distribution only; produced by Gladden Entertainment
August 9, 1989 The Favorite
The Abyss
August 25, 1989 Millennium USA theatrical distribution only; produced by Gladden Entertainment
October 13, 1989 The Fabulous Baker Boys USA and Argentina theatrical distribution only; produced by Gladden Entertainment
October 20, 1989 When the Whales Came
October 27, 1989 Worth Winning
December 8, 1989 The War of the Roses Nominated for the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy.
co-production with Gracie Films and Regency International Pictures (Uncredited)
December 13, 1989 Enemies, A Love Story USA,UK and France theatrical distribution only; produced by Morgan Creek Productions

1990s[edit]

Release date Title Notes
January 12, 1990 Downtown
January 22, 1990 A Matter of Degrees
February 16, 1990 Nightbreed Theatrical distribution only; produced by Morgan Creek Productions
March 16, 1990 Nuns on the Run co-production with HandMade Films
April 13, 1990 Vital Signs
April 13, 1990 The Gods Must Be Crazy II international distributor; co-production with Columbia Pictures and Weintraub Entertainment Group
May 4, 1990 Short Time USA theatrical distribution only; produced by Gladden Entertainment
June 8, 1990 The Adventures of Ford Fairlane co-production with Silver Pictures
June 29, 1990 Die Hard 2 co-production with Silver Pictures and Gordon Company
August 3, 1990 Young Guns II Theatrical and videocasette distribution, co-production with Morgan Creek Productions
August 17, 1990 The Exorcist III Theatrical and videocasette distribution, co-production with Morgan Creek Productions
September 21, 1990 Miller's Crossing co-production with Circle Films
September 28, 1990 Pacific Heights theatrical and videocassette distribution only; produced by Morgan Creek Productions
October 5, 1990 Marked for Death co-production with Steamroller Productions
November 2, 1990 Frankenstein Unbound in association with A Mount Company Production
November 16, 1990 Home Alone Nominated for the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy. co-production with Hughes Entertainment
November 21, 1990 Predator 2 co-production with Silver Pictures, Gordon Company and Davis Entertainment
December 7, 1990 Edward Scissorhands
December 23, 1990 Come See the Paradise
February 8, 1991 Sleeping with the Enemy
March 15, 1991 Class Action co-production with Interscope Communications
March 29, 1991 The Five Heartbeats
May 17, 1991 Mannequin Two: On the Move USA theatrical distribution only, produced by Gladden Entertainment
May 23, 1991 Robin Hood co-production with Working Title Films
May 20, 1991 Omen IV: The Awakening co-production with Fox Video and Mace Neufeld Productions
May 24, 1991 Only the Lonely co-production with Hughes Entertainment
June 21, 1991 Dying Young Theatrical, videocasette
distribution
July 12, 1991 Point Break USA and Indonesia theatrical, videocasette, DVD and TV distribution only, produced by Largo Entertainment and JVC Entertainment Networks
July 19, 1991 Dutch co-production with Hughes Entertainment
July 31, 1991 Hot Shots!
August 14, 1991 The Commitments Nominated for the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy
co-production with Beacon Communications
August 21, 1991 Barton Fink Winner of the Palme d'Or
co-production with Circle Films
October 4, 1991 The Super distribution only; produced by Largo Entertainment and JVC Entertainment Networks
November 1, 1991 29th Street distribution only; produced by Largo Entertainment and JVC Entertainment Networks
November 22, 1991 For the Boys
December 22, 1991 Grand Canyon
December 27, 1991 Naked Lunch co-production with Recorded Picture Company
January 31, 1992 Shining Through
February 7, 1992 Back in the USSR
February 21, 1992 This Is My Life
March 13, 1992 My Cousin Vinny
March 27, 1992 White Men Can't Jump
April 10, 1992 FernGully: The Last Rainforest co-production with Kroyer Films and FAI Films
May 1, 1992 Folks! co-production with Penta Pictures
May 22, 1992 Alien 3 co-production with Brandywine Productions
June 26, 1992 Unlawful Entry Theatrical, videocasette and DVDdistribution only, produced by Largo Entertainment and JVC Entertainment Networks
July 10, 1992 Prelude to a Kiss
July 17, 1992 Man Trouble co-production with Penta Pictures
July 31, 1992 Buffy the Vampire Slayer
August 21, 1992 Rapid Fire
August 26, 1992 Storyville Theatrical distribuition
September 18, 1992 Jumpin' at the Boneyard
September 25, 1992 The Last of the Mohicans USA distributor; co-production with Morgan Creek Productions
October 16, 1992 Night and the City
November 13, 1992 Love Potion No. 9
November 20, 1992 Home Alone 2: Lost in New York co-production with Hughes Entertainment
December 16, 1992 Used People distribution only, produced by Largo Entertainment and JVC Entertainment Networks
December 18, 1992 Toys co-production with Baltimore Pictures
December 25, 1992 Hoffa
February 5, 1993 The Vanishing
March 5, 1993 Best of the Best 2 USA distribuition, co-production with Taurus Entertainment
March 26, 1993 Hear No Evil
April 2, 1993 Jack the Bear
April 7, 1993 The Sandlot co-production with Island World
May 5, 1993 Rising Sun
May 21, 1993 Hot Shots! Part Deux
June 18, 1993 Once Upon a Forest co-production with Hanna-Barbera, HTV Cymru/Wales, Ltd., A. Film A/S, Wang Film Productions, Phoenix Animation Studios, Cousen-Premier Films, The Hollywood Cartoon Co., Natterjack Animation and TFC Trickompany
July 7, 1993 Rookie of the Year
July 28, 1993 Robin Hood: Men in Tights USA and Spain distributor; co-production with Gaumont and Brooksfilms; Columbia Pictures handled international distribution rights
August 27, 1993 Only the Strong North American distribuition, co-production with August Entertainment
September 24, 1993 The Good Son
October 1, 1993 Freaked
October 15, 1993 The Beverly Hillbillies
November 24, 1993 Mrs. Doubtfire co-production with Blue Wolf Productions
December 29, 1993 Ghost in the Machine
February 25, 1994 Sugar Hill USA distribution only, co-production with Beacon Communications
March 4, 1994 The Chase
April 22, 1994 Bad Girls
April 29, 1994 PCU
June 10, 1994 Speed co-production with Blue Tulip Productions
July 1, 1994 Baby's Day Out co-production with Hughes Entertainment
July 15, 1994 True Lies U.S. distributor; co-production with Lightstorm Entertainment

20th Century Fox's first of 4th logo (1994-2010) & re-orchestration of first 1994 fanfare

August 5, 1994 Airheads
September 30, 1994 The Scout
November 18, 1994 Miracle on 34th Street co-production with Hughes Entertainment
November 23, 1994 The Pagemaster U.S. distributor, co-production with Turner Pictures
December 2, 1994 Trapped in Paradise
December 14, 1994 Nell Nominated for the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Drama. U.S. distributor, co-production with PolyGram Filmed Entertainment and Egg Pictures
January 13, 1995 Far from Home: The Adventures of Yellow Dog
March 17, 1995 Bye Bye Love
April 21, 1995 Kiss of Death co-production with Mace Neufeld Productions
May 5, 1995 French Kiss Theatrical and videocasette distributor, co-production with PolyGram Filmed Entertainment and Working Title Films
May 19, 1995 Die Hard with a Vengeance USA and Japan distribution only, produced by Touchstone Pictures and Cinergi Pictures
May 24, 1995 Braveheart Winner of the Academy Award for Best Picture. international distributor; co-production with Paramount Pictures, Icon Productions and The Ladd Company
June 30, 1995 Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: The Movie co-production with Saban Entertainment and Toei Company
July 14, 1995 Nine Months co-production with 1492 Pictures
August 4, 1995 Bushwhacked
August 11, 1995 The Brothers McMullen international distributor; co-production with Fox Searchlight Pictures and Brothers McMullen Productions,
A Walk in the Clouds
October 13, 1995 Strange Days U.S. distributor; co-production with Lightstorm Entertainment; Universal Pictures handled international distribution rights
November 28, 1995 The Price of Love
December 22, 1995 Waiting to Exhale
January 12, 1996 Dunston Checks In
February 9, 1996 Broken Arrow co-production with The Mark Gordon Company
March 1, 1996 Down Periscope
March 22, 1996 Girl 6 international distributor; co-production with Fox Searchlight Pictures and 40 Acres and a Mule Filmworks
April 26, 1996 The Truth About Cats and Dogs
May 3, 1996 The Great White Hype
June 14, 1996 Stealing Beauty international distributor; co-production with Fox Searchlight Pictures, Recorded Picture Company and UGC Images
July 2, 1996 Independence Day co-production with Centropolis Entertainment; not to be confused with the unrelated 1983 film of the same name
July 12, 1996 Courage Under Fire co-production with Davis Entertainment, Joseph M. Singer Entertainment and Friendly Films
August 2, 1996 Chain Reaction co-production with Blue Tulip Productions
August 23, 1996 She's the One international distributor; co-production with Fox Searchlight Pictures
October 4, 1996 That Thing You Do! co-production with Clavius Base
October 11, 1996 Looking for Richard international distributor; co-production with Fox Searchlight Pictures
November 1, 1996 Romeo + Juliet co-production with Bazmark Productions
November 22, 1996 Jingle All the Way co-production with 1492 Pictures
November 27, 1996 The Crucible
December 20, 1996 One Fine Day
February 21, 1997 Blood and Wine international distributor; co-production with Fox Searchlight Pictures and Recorded Picture Company


Frist CGI Fox searchlight pictures logo & 1994 fanfare

February 28, 1997 Smilla's Sense of Snow international distributor; co-production with Fox Searchlight Pictures (USA) and Constantin Film (Germany)
March 28, 1997 Turbo: A Power Rangers Movie co-production with Saban Entertainment and Toei Company
April 4, 1997 Inventing the Abbotts co-production with Imagine Entertainment
April 11, 1997 Paradise Road international distributor; co-production with Fox Searchlight Pictures
April 25, 1997 Volcano co-production with Moritz Original, Shuler Donner/Donner Productions and Skylark Productions
June 6, 1997 Intimate Relations international distributor; co-production with Fox Searchlight Pictures
June 13, 1997 Speed 2: Cruise Control co-production with Blue Tulip Productions
July 2, 1997 Out to Sea co-production with Davis Entertainment
August 1, 1997 Picture Perfect
August 15, 1997 The Full Monty international distributor; co-production with Fox Searchlight Pictures, Redwave Films and Channel Four Films
September 9, 1997 Casper: A Spirited Beginning co-production with The Harvey Entertainment Company, Saban Entertainment and Brookwell McNamara Entertainment
September 26, 1997 The Edge co-production with Art Linson Productions
Soul Food as Fox 2000 Pictures, co-production with State Street Pictures
October 24, 1997 A Life Less Ordinary U.S. distributor; co-production with PolyGram Filmed Entertainment, Figment Films and Channel Four Films
October 31, 1997 The Ice Storm international distributor; co-production with Fox Searchlight Pictures and Good Machine
The Wind in the Willows Canada distributor; co-production with Walt Disney Pictures (USA), Columbia Pictures (International) and Allied Filmmakers
November 7, 1997 Cold Around the Heart co-production with CBS/Fox Video
November 14, 1997 Anastasia co-production with Fox Animation Studios and Don Bluth Entertainment

The first 1997 re-orchestration fanfare

November 26, 1997 Alien Resurrection co-production with Brandywine Productions
December 12, 1997 Home Alone 3 co-production with Hughes Entertainment
December 18, 1997 The Wiggles Movie Australian distributor; co-production with Gladusaurus Productions
December 19, 1997 Titanic Winner of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
Winner of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Drama.
international distributor; co-production with Paramount Pictures and Lightstorm Entertainment
January 2, 1998 Oscar and Lucinda international distributor; co-production with Fox Searchlight Pictures, AFFC, Dalton Films and Meridian Films
January 9, 1998 Firestorm
January 30, 1998 Great Expectations
March 27, 1998 The Newton Boys
April 17, 1998 The Object of My Affection
April 24, 1998 Two Girls and a Guy international distributor; co-production with Fox Searchlight Pictures

The first 1997 fanfare from Fox Searchlight Picturues

May 15, 1998 Bulworth Nominated for the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy. U.S. distributor
May 22, 1998 Slums of Beverly Hills international distributor; co-production with Fox Searchlight Pictures and Wildwood Enterprises, Inc
May 29, 1998 Hope Floats
June 12, 1998 Cousin Bette international distributor; co-production with Fox Searchlight Pictures
June 19, 1998 The X-Files co-production with Ten Thirteen Productions
June 26, 1998 Dr. Dolittle co-production with Davis Entertainment, Joseph M. Singer Entertainment and Friendly Films
July 15, 1998 There's Something About Mary Nominated for the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy. co-production with Conundrum Entertainment
July 17, 1998 Polish Wedding international distributor; co-production with Fox Searchlight Pictures and Lakeshore Entertainment
July 29, 1998 Ever After also known as A Cinderella Story; co-production with Flower Films
August 14, 1998 How Stella Got Her Groove Back
September 22, 1998 Casper Meets Wendy co-production with The Harvey Entertainment Company, Saban Entertainment and Brookwell McNamara Entertainment
October 2, 1998 The Impostors international distributor; co-production with Fox Searchlight Pictures
November 6, 1998 A Cool, Dry Place as Fox 2000 Pictures
The Siege co-production with Lynda Obst Productions
November 20, 1998 Waking Ned international distributor; co-production with Fox Searchlight Pictures, Canal+ and Tomboy Films

The final 1994 fanfare from Fox Searchlight Pictures

December 25, 1998 The Thin Red Line Nominated for the Academy Award for Best Picture.
as Fox 2000 Pictures; co-production with Geisler-Roberdeau and Phoenix Pictures
February 5, 1999 Simply Irresistible distribution only, produced by Regency Enterprises
February 19, 1999 Office Space
March 12, 1999 Wing Commander distributor

The final 1994 fanfare from 20th Century Fox

March 19, 1999 Ravenous as Fox 2000 Pictures; co-production with Heyday Films
April 9, 1999 Never Been Kissed as Fox 2000 Pictures; co-production with Flower Films and Bushwood Pictures
April 23, 1999 Pushing Tin as Fox 2000 Pictures; co-production with Regency Enterprises
April 30, 1999 Entrapment co-production with Regency Enterprises
A Midsummer Night's Dream international distributor; co-production with Fox Searchlight Pictures and Regency Enterprises
May 19, 1999 Star Wars: Episode I – The Phantom Menace distribution only; produced by Lucasfilm
July 16, 1999 Lake Placid as Fox 2000 Pictures; co-production with Phoenix Pictures and Stan Winston Studios
August 13, 1999 Brokedown Palace as Fox 2000 Pictures
September 10, 1999 Whiteboyz international distributor; co-production with Fox Searchlight Pictures
October 1, 1999 Sex, Shame and Tears U.S. distributor
Drive Me Crazy
October 15, 1999 Fight Club as Fox 2000 Pictures; co-production with Regency Enterprises
November 10, 1999 Light It Up as Fox 2000 Pictures;North America distribution only co-production with Edmonds Entertainment
November 12, 1999 Anywhere but Here as Fox 2000 Pictures
November 16, 1999 Bartok the Magnificent co-production with Fox Animation Studios
December 17, 1999 Anna and the King as Fox 2000 Pictures
December 24, 1999 Titus international distributor; co-production with Fox Searchlight Pictures, Clear Blue Sky Productions and Overseas Filmgroup

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