List of Columbia Pictures films

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This following is a list of films produced and/or released by Columbia Pictures.

1920s[edit]

Release Date Title Notes
March 15, 1924 Pal o' Mine
August 8, 1924 Racing for Life
August 15, 1924 The Foolish Virgin
September 1, 1924 The Fatal Mistake
September 15, 1924 The Price She Paid
October 1, 1924 The Beautiful Sinner
November 1, 1924 Women First
December 1, 1924 One Glorious Night
December 15, 1924 Tainted Money
February 8, 1925 Charley's Aunt
June 28, 1925 After Business Hours released by PDC
August 15, 1926 The Belle of Broadway
August 22, 1927 Alias the Lone Wolf
December 12, 1927 The Clown
January 1, 1928 That Certain Thing
March 14, 1928 The Matinee Idol
April 19, 1928 After the Storm
November 27, 1928 Stool Pigeon
November 15, 1929 Acquitted

1930s[edit]

Release Date Title Notes
April 5, 1930 Ladies of Leisure
August 15, 1930 Africa Speaks! Feature-length documentary
October 4, 1930 Atlantic
October 15, 1930 Men Without Law
November 15, 1930 Tol'able David
March 6, 1931 The Avenger
April 4, 1931 Dirigible
June 27, 1931 Arizona
August 7, 1931 The Miracle Woman
September 1, 1931 Branded
October 31, 1931 Platinum Blonde
November 25, 1931 The Fighting Marshall
December 10, 1931 Men in Her Life
January 29, 1932 The Menace
March 17, 1932 Love Affair
June 8, 1932 Two-Fisted Law
August 4, 1932 American Madness
October 15, 1932 Vanity Street
January 6, 1933 The Bitter Tea of General Yen
January 15, 1933 Air Hostess
March 24, 1933 The California Trail
April 24, 1933 Night of Terror
April 30, 1933 The Thrill Hunter
May 5, 1933 Unknown Valley
September 13, 1933 Lady for a Day Nominee for the Academy Award for Best Picture
November 28, 1933 East of Fifth Avenue
December 13, 1933 Above the Clouds
February 23, 1934 It Happened One Night Winner of the Academy Award for Best Picture
May 11, 1934 Twentieth Century
September 15, 1934 One Night of Love Nominee for the Academy Award for Best Picture
September 25, 1934 Among the Missing
October 15, 1934 Lady by Choice
October 25, 1934 Against the Law
December 27, 1934 Broadway Bill[N 1]
April 6, 1935 The Unwelcome Stranger
May 7, 1935 Air Hawks
July 15, 1935 The Black Room
July 26, 1935 After the Dance
September 19, 1935 She Married Her Boss
December 20, 1935 Too Tough to Kill
December 30, 1935 If You Could Only Cook
April 12, 1936 Mr. Deeds Goes to Town Nominee for the Academy Award for Best Picture
May 8, 1936 Avenging Waters
May 10, 1936 And So They Were Married
September 23, 1936 Alibi for Murder
October 8, 1936 Adventure in Manhattan
November 12, 1936 Theodora Goes Wild
December 24, 1936 More Than a Secretary
January 24, 1937 The Devil's Playground
September 1, 1937 Lost Horizon Nominee for the Academy Award for Best Picture
October 21, 1937 The Awful Truth Nominee for the Academy Award for Best Picture
December 20, 1937 All-American Sweetheart
April 20, 1938 There's Always a Woman
June 15, 1938 Holiday
August 15, 1938 The Gladiator
August 25, 1938 I Am the Law
September 1, 1938 You Can't Take It With You Winner of the Academy Award for Best Picture
October 21, 1938 The Lady Objects
November 15, 1938 Adventure in Sahara
November 30, 1938 Abused Confidence US distribution only; produced in France by U.D.I.F.
November 30, 1938 Blondie
December 1, 1938 The Terror of Tiny Town
January 15, 1939 Farewell Waltz US distribution only; produced in Germany by Boston-Films
January 27, 1939 The Lone Wolf Spy Hunt
March 29, 1939 Let Us Live
May 15, 1939 Only Angels Have Wings
July 1, 1939 Death Goes North
August 17, 1939 The Man They Could Not Hang
October 19, 1939 Mr. Smith Goes to Washington Nominee for the Academy Award for Best Picture
November 1, 1939 Special Inspector
November 23, 1939 The Amazing Mr. Williams

1940s[edit]

Release Date Title Notes
January 4, 1940 Music in My Heart
January 11, 1940 Cafe Hostess
January 18, 1940 His Girl Friday[N 2]
January 26, 1940 The Lone Wolf Strikes
January 31, 1940 Convicted Woman
February 8, 1940 Five Little Peppers at Home
February 14, 1940 Pioneers of the Frontier
February 29, 1940 Blondie on a Budget
March 5, 1940 Bullets for Rustlers
March 7, 1940 The Fight for Life
March 7, 1940 Outside the Three-Mile Limit
March 21, 1940 Too Many Husbands
April 11, 1940 Blazing Six Shooters
April 18, 1940 The Man with Nine Lives
April 25, 1940 The Doctor Takes a Wife
April 29, 1940 21 Days
May 2, 1940 The Man with Tumbleweeds
May 20, 1940 Men Without Souls
May 20, 1940 Island of Doomed Men
May 20, 1940 Escape to Glory
May 23, 1940 Texas Stagecoach
May 30, 1940 The Lone Wolf Meets a Lady
June 6, 1940 Passport to Alcatraz
June 14, 1940 Babies for Sale
June 26, 1940 Mad Men of Europe
June 27, 1940 Thunder Over Paris
June 27, 1940 The Return of Wild Bill
June 30, 1940 Out West with the Peppers
July 24, 1940 I Married Adventure
July 24, 1940 Girls of the Road
July 25, 1940 Blondie Has Servant Trouble
August 6, 1940 Military Academy
August 7, 1940 The Lady in Question
August 15, 1940 The Secret Seven
August 15, 1940 The Durango Kid
August 31, 1940 He Stayed for Breakfast
September 1, 1940 Five Little Peppers in Trouble
September 17, 1940 Before I Hang
September 19, 1940 The Howards of Virginia
September 27, 1940 Glamour for Sale
September 30, 1940 Prairie Schooners
October 2, 1940 Angels Over Broadway
October 3, 1940 So You Won't Talk
October 5, 1940 Fugitive from a Prison Camp
October 21, 1940 West of Abilene
October 31, 1940 Blondie Plays Cupid
November 11, 1940 Beyond the Sacramento
November 15, 1940 Girls Under 21
November 23, 1940 The Lone Wolf Keeps a Date
November 30, 1940 Ellery Queen, Master Detective
December 5, 1940 Thundering Frontier
December 9, 1940 The Great Plane Robbery
December 12, 1940 Nobody's Children
December 20, 1940 The Phantom Submarine
December 25, 1940 Arizona
December 31, 1940 The Wildcat of Tucson
January 2, 1941 This Thing Called Love
January 16, 1941 The Face Behind the Mask
February 3, 1941 The Devil Commands
February 4, 1941 Freedom Radio
February 5, 1941 The Pinto Kid
February 13, 1941 Across the Sierras
February 20, 1941 Meet Boston Blackie
February 27, 1941 Outlaws of the Panhandle
February 27, 1941 Blondie Goes Latin
March 6, 1941 The Lone Wolf Takes a Chance
March 24, 1941 Ellery Queen's Penthouse Mystery
March 27, 1941 Adam Had Four Sons
March 31, 1941 North from the Lone Star
April 10, 1941 The Great Swindle
April 20, 1941 Ten Days in Paris
April 24, 1941 Penny Serenade[N 2]
April 24, 1941 Under Age
April 28, 1941 The Big Boss
May 7, 1941 The Return of Daniel Boone
May 8, 1941 Her First Beau
May 14, 1941 She Knew All the Answers
May 16, 1941 They Dare Not Love
May 29, 1941 Adventure in Washington
June 5, 1941 Time Out for Rhythm
June 5, 1941 Naval Academy
June 19, 1941 Hands Across the Rockies
June 26, 1941 The Medico of Painted Springs
June 26, 1941 Sweetheart of the Campus
July 10, 1941 Two in a Taxi
July 15, 1941 The Son of Davy Crockett
July 17, 1941 Blondie in Society
July 30, 1941 Thunder Over the Prairie
August 2, 1941 The Richest Man in Town
August 4, 1941 I Was a Prisoner on Devil's Island
August 7, 1941 Here Comes Mr. Jordan Nominee for the Academy Award for Best Picture.
August 7, 1941 Tillie the Toiler
August 14, 1941 King of Dodge City
August 14, 1941 Ellery Queen and the Perfect Crime
August 20, 1941 Our Wife
September 4, 1941 Mystery Ship
September 9, 1941 Ladies in Retirement
September 11, 1941 Harmon of Michigan
September 18, 1941 Prairie Stranger
September 25, 1941 You'll Never Get Rich
October 2, 1941 Two Latins from Manhattan
October 6, 1941 The Stork Pays Off
October 9, 1941 Texas
October 12, 1941 The Officer and the Lady
October 16, 1941 The Blonde from Singapore
October 16, 1941 Roaring Frontiers
October 22, 1941 You Belong to Me
October 23, 1941 Three Girls About Town
October 30, 1941 The Men in Her Life
November 13, 1941 The Royal Mounted Patrol
November 13, 1941 Secrets of the Lone Wolf
November 18, 1941 Ellery Queen and the Murder Ring
November 27, 1941 Go West, Young Lady
December 4, 1941 Sing for Your Supper
December 8, 1941 Confessions of a Boston Blackie
December 11, 1941 Honolulu Lu
December 18, 1941 Riders of the Badlands
December 18, 1941 Harvard, Here I Come!
December 25, 1941 Bedtime Story
January 1, 1942 The Lone Star Vigilantes
January 15, 1942 West of Tombstone
January 15, 1942 Blondie Goes to College
January 22, 1942 Cadets on Paradise
January 29, 1942 A Close Call for Ellery Queen
February 5, 1942 The Man Who Returned to Life
February 12, 1942 Bullets for Bandits
February 17, 1942 The Lady is Willing
February 19, 1942 Shut My Big Mouth
February 26, 1942 The Adventures of Martin Eden
March 17, 1942 Lawless Plainsmen
March 19, 1942 Canal Zone
March 26, 1942 Two Yanks in Trinidad
April 2, 1942 Tramp, Tramp, Tramp
April 2, 1942 North of the Rockies
April 2, 1942 Alias Boston Blackie
April 9, 1942 Blondie's Blessed Event
April 15, 1942 49th Parallel Nominee for the Academy Award for Best Picture.
April 23, 1942 Down Rio Grande Way
April 23, 1942 Hello, Annapolis
April 28, 1942 The Wife Takes a Flyer
May 7, 1942 A Desperate Chance for Ellery Queen
May 14, 1942 The Devil's Trail
May 14, 1942 Not a Ladies' Man
May 21, 1942 Meet the Stewarts
May 21, 1942 Sweetheart of the Fleet
June 4, 1942 Submarine Raider
June 11, 1942 They All Kissed the Bride
June 18, 1942 Riders of the Northland
July 2, 1942 Atlantic Convoy
July 9, 1942 Flight Lieutenant
July 16, 1942 Prairie Gunsmoke
July 30, 1942 Enemy Agents Meet Ellery Queen
August 6, 1942 Blondie for Victory
August 6, 1942 Parachute Nurse
August 13, 1942 Bad Men of the Hills
August 16, 1942 Vengeance of the West
August 20, 1942 The Talk of the Town
August 27, 1942 Sabotage Squad
September 3, 1942 Counter-Espionage
September 17, 1942 A Man's World
September 24, 1942 My Sister Eileen
September 25, 1942 Overland to Deadwood
October 1, 1942 Lucky Legs
October 8, 1942 The Daring Young Men
October 8, 1942 The Spirit of Stanford
October 15, 1942 The Lone Prairie
October 15, 1942 Smith of Minnesota
October 22, 1942 The Boogie Man Will Get You
October 29, 1942 Stand By All Networks
November 2, 1942 Riding Through Nevada
November 5, 1942 Boston Blackie Goes Hollywood
November 12, 1942 Laugh Your Blues Away
November 19, 1942 You Were Never Lovelier
November 26, 1942 Junior Army
December 1, 1942 Pardon My Gun
December 3, 1942 Underground Agent
December 10, 1942 A Night to Remember
December 15, 1942 A Tornado in the Saddle
December 30, 1942 Commandos Strike at Dawn
April 7, 1943 The More the Merrier
May 6, 1943 Redhead from Manhattan
May 20, 1943 The Boy from Stalingrad
May 25, 1943 The Desperadoes
July 15, 1943 Appointment in Berlin
August 19, 1943 Passport to Suez
November 11, 1943 Sahara
The Return of the Vampire
December 16, 1943 Klondike Kate
March 30, 1944 Cover Girl
The Whistler
April 20, 1944 Girl in the Case
June 1, 1944 Address Unknown
June 29, 1944 Once Upon a Time
July 19, 1944 Mr. Winkle Goes to War
October 5, 1944 Strange Affair
October 9, 1944 The Mark of the Whistler
October 21, 1944 One Mysterious Night
October 26, 1944 The Unwritten Code
December 20, 1944 Carolina Blues
January 9, 1945 Tonight and Every Night
January 18, 1945 A Song to Remember
April 5, 1945 Escape in the Fog
April 17, 1945 Rockin' in the Rockies
April 19, 1945 The Power of the Whistler
July 20, 1945 A Thousand and One Nights
August 8, 1945 Over 21
September 6, 1945 The Adventures of Rusty
October 30, 1945 Voice of the Whistler
January 24, 1946 A Close Call for Boston Blackie
February 21, 1946 The Bandit of Sherwood Forest
March 15, 1946 Gilda
April 19, 1946 Mysterious Intruder
May 2, 1946 The Phantom Thief
June 7, 1946 The Walls Came Tumbling Down
June 13, 1946 Renegades
July 7, 1946 The Unknown
October 10, 1946 The Jolson Story
November 7, 1946 The Secret of the Whistler
December 10, 1946 The Fighting Frontiersman
December 24, 1946 Alias Mr. Twilight
January 16, 1947 Dead Reckoning
February 6, 1947 The Thirteenth Hour
July 15, 1947 Gunfighters
August 21, 1947 Down to Earth
January 2, 1948 The Swordsman
February 5, 1948 The Wreck of the Hesperus
March 8, 1948 The Mating of Millie
March 18, 1948 The Return of the Whistler
March 25, 1948 Adventures in Silverado
May 6, 1948 Best Man Wins
May 12, 1948 The Fuller Brush Man
June 9, 1948 The Lady from Shanghai
July 1, 1948 Coroner Creek
July 8, 1948 Thunderhoof
October 26, 1948 The Return of October
December 15, 1948 Jungle Jim
January 20, 1949 The Man from Colorado
February 22, 1949 Knock on Any Door
March 27, 1949 The Doolins of Oklahoma
April 20, 1949 The Undercover Man
May 27, 1949 The Doolins of Oklahoma
August 1, 1949 Mr. Soft Touch
August 17, 1949 Jolson Sings Again
October 15, 1949 Reign of Terror
October 26, 1949 Tokyo Joe
November 3, 1949 Tokyo Joe
November 10, 1949 Barbary Pilot
November 18, 1949 Tell It to the Judge
December 2, 1949 And Baby Makes Three
December 29, 1949 The Reckless Moment

1950s[edit]

Release Date Title Notes
January 5, 1950 Mary Ryan, Detective
January 11, 1950 The Nevadan
January 12, 1950 Mark of the Gorilla
January 1950 All the King's Men Winner for the Academy Award for Best Picture.
February 2, 1950 Trail of the Rustlers
February 9, 1950 Girls' School
February 15, 1950 The Traveling Saleswoman
February 22, 1950 Tyrant of the Sea
February 22, 1950 Mule Train
February 22, 1950 Father Is a Bachelor
March 9, 1950 Blondie's Hero
March 16, 1950 A Woman of Distinction
March 18, 1950 The Palomino
April 1, 1950 Cargo to Capetown
April 13, 1950 Outcasts of Black Mesa
April 13, 1950 Beware of Blondie
April 26, 1950 Faust and the Devil
April 27, 1950 Military Academy with That Tenth Avenue Gang
April 27, 1950 Kill the Umpire
April 27, 1950 Captive Girl
April 28, 1950 No Sad Songs for Me
May 4, 1950 Beauty on Parade
May 18, 1950 Customs Agent
May 19, 1950 Fortunes of Captain Blood
May 19, 1950 Cow Town
May 17, 1950 In a Lonely Place
June 1, 1950 The Good Humor Man
June 1, 1950 Texas Dynamo
June 1, 1950 Hoedown
June 8, 1950 State Penitentiary
June 21, 1950 Rogues of Sherwood Forest
July 1, 1950 711 Ocean Drive
July 13, 1950 David Harding, Counterspy
July 25, 1950 Beyond the Purple Hills
August 3, 1950 Streets of Ghost Town
August 3, 1950 On the Isle of Samoa
August 17, 1950 The Petty Girl
August 30, 1950 When You're Smiling
August 1950 Convicted
September 8, 1950 Rookie Fireman
September 14, 1950 Across the Badlands
September 15, 1950 The Fuller Brush Girl
September 30, 1950 Indian Territory
October 1, 1950 Between Midnight and Dawn
October 1, 1950 Raiders of Tomahawk Creek
October 4, 1950 The Great Manhunt
October 25, 1950 Last of the Buccaneers
November 1, 1950 Chain Gang
November 2, 1950 Harriet Craig
November 15, 1950 The Texan Meets Calamity Jane
November 15, 1950 Emergency Wedding
November 16, 1950 The Tougher They Come
November 20, 1950 The Blazing Sun
November 21, 1950 Counterspy Meets Scotland Yard
November 22, 1950 Jungle Jim in Pygmy Island
December 1, 1950 The Killer That Stalked New York
December 1, 1950 Lightning Guns
December 2, 1950 He's a Cockeyed Wonder
December 10, 1950 Operation X
December 12, 1950 Revenue Agent
December 24, 1950 The Flying Missile
December 25, 1950 Born Yesterday Nominee for the Academy Award for Best Picture.
December 29, 1950 Frontier Outpost
December 1950 Stage to Tucson
January 2, 1951 Gasoline Alley
January 15, 1951 Prairie Roundup
January 17, 1951 Al Jennings of Oklahoma
January 30, 1951 Gene Autry and The Mounties
February 14, 1951 A Yank in Korea
February 23, 1951 Ridin' the Outlaw Trail
February 26, 1951 Fury of the Congo
March 5, 1951 Flame of Stamboul
March 8, 1951 My True Story
March 10, 1951 Valentino
March 15, 1951 Fort Savage Raiders
March 15, 1951 Texas Never Cry
March 1951 M
April 1, 1951 Santa Fe
April 16, 1951 Whirlwind
April 18, 1951 The Brave Bulls
April 25, 1951 Five
May 4, 1951 Her First Romance
May 5, 1951 Smuggler's Gold
May 30, 1951 Snake River Desperadoes
May 30, 1951 When the Redskins Rode
May 31, 1951 Lorna Doone
June 3, 1951 The Texas Rangers
June 12, 1951 China Corsair
June 13, 1951 Sirocco
June 20, 1951 Silver Canyon
June 27, 1951 Mask of the Avenger
July 1, 1951 The Big Gusher
July 13, 1951 Never Trust a Gambler
July 16, 1951 Hurricane Island
July 24, 1951 Pickup
July 26, 1951 Bonanza Town
July 1951 Two of a Kind
August 2, 1951 The Whistle at Eaton Falls
August 13, 1951 The Magic Face
August 13, 1951 The Lady and the Bandit
August 14, 1951 Cyclone Fury
August 23, 1951 Criminal Lawyer
August 23, 1951 Chain of Circumstance
September 10, 1951 Saturday's Hero
September 17, 1951 Corky of Gasoline Alley
September 30, 1951 The Hills of Utah
September 1951 Sunny Side of the Street
October 4, 1951 Jungle Manhunt
October 17, 1951 The Mob
October 18, 1951 The Magic Carpet
October 24, 1951 The Harlem Globetrotters
October 24, 1951 The Family Secret
October 26, 1951 Ten Tall Men
October 30, 1951 The Kid from Amarillo
October 31, 1951 The Son of Dr. Jekyll
November 12, 1951 The Clouded Yellow
November 12, 1951 Purple Heart Diary
November 20, 1951 Valley of Fire
December 2, 1951 Man in the Saddle
December 3, 1951 The Barefoot Mailman
December 15, 1951 Pecos River
December 20, 1951 Death of a Salesman
January 2, 1952 Indian Uprising
January 11, 1952 Boots Malone
January 15, 1952 The Old West
January 16, 1952 Scandal Sheet
January 21, 1952 Harem Girl
January 31, 1952 Smoky Canyon
January 31, 1952 The First Time
February 18, 1952 Five Angles on Murder
February 28, 1952 The Hawk of Wild River
February 28, 1952 Okinawa
March 13, 1952 The Marrying Kind
March 17, 1952 Jungle Jim in the Forbidden Land
March 18, 1952 Night Stage to Galveston
March 20, 1952 My Six Convicts
April 3, 1952 A Yank in Indo-China
April 20, 1952 Laramie Mountains
April 29, 1952 Walk East on Beacon!
May 7, 1952 Thief of Damascus
May 9, 1952 The Sniper
May 15, 1952 Paula
May 30, 1952 Apache Country
May 1952 Sound Off
June 1, 1952 Montana Territory
June 1, 1952 Brave Warrior
June 15, 1952 The Rough, Tough West
June 25, 1952 The Brigand
July 1, 1952 Cripple Creek
July 4, 1952 California Conquest
July 7, 1952 Red Snow
July 12, 1952 Junction City
July 25, 1952 Barbed Wire
July 29, 1952 Affair in Trinidad Distribution only; produced by Beckworth Corporation
July 1952 Storm Over Tibet
August 19, 1952 The Kid from Broken Gun
August 27, 1952 Captain Pirate
August 27, 1952 Last Train from Bombay
September 4, 1952 Assignment – Paris!
September 30, 1952 Wagon Team
September 1952 Strange Fascination
September 1952 Rainbow 'Round My Shoulder
October 8, 1952 The Four Poster
October 17, 1952 The Golden Hawk
October 30, 1952 The Happy Time
November 15, 1952 Hangman's Knot
November 30, 1952 Blue Canadian Rockies
November 1952 Voodoo Tiger
December 9, 1952 The Pathfinder
December 10, 1952 Invasion USA
December 25, 1952 The Member of the Wedding
1953 Susana
January 1, 1953 Eight Iron Men
January 1953 Winning of the West
February 1, 1953 Last of the Comanches
February 3, 1953 Savage Mutiny
February 1953 Target Hong Kong
March 3, 1953 All Ashore
March 7, 1953 Prince of Pirates
March 20, 1953 The Glass Wall
March 24, 1953 Salome
March 25, 1953 On Top of Old Smoky
April 1, 1953 Jack McCall Desperado
April 6, 1953 One Girl's Confession
April 7, 1953 Problem Girls
April 9, 1953 Man in the Dark
May 1, 1953 Fort Ti
May 5, 1953 Ambush at Tomahawk Gap
May 5, 1953 The Juggler
May 8, 1953 Serpent of the Nile
May 20, 1953 The 49th Man
May 20, 1953 Siren of Bagdad
May 20, 1953 Goldtown Ghost Riders
July 1, 1953 The 5,000 Fingers of Dr. T
July 4, 1953 The Last Posse
July 5, 1953 Pack Train
July 17, 1953 Let's Do It Again
July 20, 1953 Flame of Calcutta
July 29, 1953 Valley of Head Hunters
July 29, 1953 The Stranger Wore a Gun
August 3, 1953 Cruisin' Down the River
August 5, 1953 From Here to Eternity Winner of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
August 21, 1953 Sky Commando
August 1953 Mission Over Korea
September 7, 1953 China Venture
September 20, 1953 Saginaw Trail
September 1953 Conquest of Cochise
October 1, 1953 Combat Squad
October 14, 1953 The Big Heat
October 1953 Slaves of Babylon
November 3, 1953 Prisoners of the Casbah
November 3, 1953 Last of the Pony Riders
November 10, 1953 Paris Model
November 11, 1953 Gun Fury
December 2, 1953 The Nebraskan
December 3, 1953 El Alamein
December 15, 1953 Killer Ape
December 23, 1953 Miss Sadie Thompson
December 24, 1953 Bad for Each Other
December 30, 1953 The Wild One
December 30, 1953 The Red Beret/Paratrooper
January 18, 1954 It Should Happen to You
February 24, 1954 Bait
February 1954 Charge of the Lancers
March 1, 1954 The Battle of Rogue River
March 10, 1954 Drive a Crooked Road
March 27, 1954 Wyoming Renegades
April 2, 1954 Jesse James vs. the Daltons
April 23, 1954 Drums of Tahiti
April 1954 The Iron Glove
April 1954 The Price of Living
May 1, 1954 Massacre Canyon
May 3, 1954 The Miami Story
May 10, 1954 Indiscretion of an American Wife
May 19, 1954 The Mad Magician
June 6, 1954 The Saracen Blade
June 24, 1954 The Caine Mutiny Nominee for the Academy Award for Best Picture.
June 1954 Jungle Man-Eaters
July 3, 1954 The Outlaw Stallion
July 16, 1954 Hell Below Zero
July 28, 1954 On the Waterfront Winner of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
August 1, 1954 The Law vs. Billy the Kid
August 5, 1954 Human Desire
August 6, 1954 Pushover
September 2, 1954 The Black Dakotas
September 3, 1954 Cangaceiro
September 4, 1954 A Bullet Is Waiting
October 28, 1954 The Black Knight
November 1, 1954 Cannibal Attack
November 1, 1954 Father Brown
November 4, 1954 Three Hours to Kill
November 5, 1954 Malaga
November 10, 1954 Phffft!
November 1954 The Affairs of Messalina
December 1, 1954 Masterson of Kansas
December 4, 1954 They Rode West
December 1954 The Bamboo Prison
January 26, 1955 The Violent Men
February 1, 1955 Ten Wanted Men
February 9, 1955 The Long Gray Line
February 10, 1955 Pirates of Tripoli
February 24, 1955 Three for the Show
February 1955 Women's Prison
March 19, 1955 Tight Spot
April 19, 1955 Cell 2455 Death Row
April 30, 1955 New Orleans Uncensored
April 1955 Jungle Moon Men
May 1, 1955 Seminole Uprising
May 1955 The End of the Affair
June 10, 1955 5 Against the House
June 22, 1955 Bring Your Smile Along
July 13, 1955 The Night Holds Terror
July 1955 It Came from Beneath the Sea
July 1955 Creature with the Atom Brain
July 1955 Chicago Syndicate
August 24, 1955 Apache Ambush
August 31, 1955 The Man from Laramie
September 1, 1955 The Gun That Won the West
September 14, 1955 Footsteps in the Fog
September 16, 1955 Duel on the Mississippi
September 22, 1955 My Sister Eileen
September 1955 Special Delivery
October 1, 1955 Devil Goddess
October 14, 1955 A Prize of Gold
November 7, 1955 Queen Bee
November 23, 1955 Three Stripes in the Sun
November 30, 1955 The Crooked Web
November 1955 Teen-Age Crime Wave
December 7, 1955 The Last Frontier
December 11, 1955 The Prisoner
December 15, 1955 A Lawless Street
December 1955 Hell's Horizon
January 1956 Inside Detroit
February 15, 1956 Fury at Gunsight Pass
February 16, 1956 Picnic Nominee for the Academy Award for Best Picture.
February 1956 The Houston Story
February 1956 Battle Stations
February 1956 Joe MacBeth
March 2, 1956 Uranium Boom
March 4, 1956 Timeslip
March 21, 1956 Rock Around the Clock
March 27, 1956 The Cockleshell Heroes
March 1956 Hot Blood
April 1, 1956 Blackjack Ketchum, Desperado
April 6, 1956 Jubal
April 11, 1956 The Last Ten Days
April 1956 Over-Exposed
May 9, 1956 The Harder They Fall
June 20, 1956 Safari
June 21, 1956 The Eddy Duchin Story
June 22, 1956 Storm Over the Nile
June 25, 1956 Secret of Treasure Mountain
July 31, 1956 Storm Center
July 1956 The Werewolf
July 1956 Earth vs. the Flying Saucers
July 1956 Bermuda Affair
August 1, 1956 Autumn Leaves
August 12, 1956 He Laughed Last
August 22, 1956 The Solid Gold Cadillac
August 27, 1956 Papa, Mama, the Maid and I
September 7, 1956 Port Afrique
September 24, 1956 The Silent World
September 1956 1984
September 1956 Miami Expose
October 2, 1956 Cha-Cha-Cha Boom!
October 31, 1956 You Can't Run Away from It
October 1956 Soho Incident
November 1, 1956 The White Squaw
November 19, 1956 Seven Samurai
November 1956 Suicide Mission
November 1956 Odongo
November 1956 Reprisal!
December 14, 1956 Don't Knock the Rock
December 25, 1956 Full of Life
December 1956 7th Cavalry
December 1956 Ride the High Iron
December 1956 Rumble on the Docks
December 1956 The Gamma People
December 1956 The Last Man to Hang?
December 1956 Zarak
January 23, 1957 Nightfall
February 1, 1957 Utah Blaine
February 1957 Portrait in Smoke
March 6, 1957 The Shadow on the Window
March 1957 Zombies on Mora Tau
March 1957 The Man Who Turned to Stone
April 1, 1957 The Phantom Stagecoach
April 2, 1957 The Tall T
April 12, 1957 The Strange One
April 17, 1957 Abandon Ship! Distribution only; produced by Copa Productions
April 25, 1957 The Garment Jungle
April 1957 The Guns of Fort Petticoat
May 1, 1957 Sierra Stranger
May 21, 1957 Torero
May 1957 Hellcats of the Navy
June 1, 1957 Beyond Mombasa
June 1957 20 Million Miles to Earth
June 1957 Calypso Heat Wave
June 1957 The Burglar
June 1957 The Giant Claw
June 1957 The Night the World Exploded
July 26, 1957 The Young Don't Cry
July 1957 The 27th Day
August 2, 1957 Jeanne Eagels
August 7, 1957 3:10 to Yuma
August 8, 1957 Fire Down Below
August 13, 1957 Pickup Alley
August 17, 1957 Operation Mad Ball
August 1957 No Time to Be Young
August 1957 Town on Trial
September 1957 Escape from San Quentin
September 1957 The Brothers Rico
September 1957 The Parson and the Outlaw
October 25, 1957 Pal Joey
October 25, 1957 How to Murder a Rich Uncle
October 1957 Domino Kid
October 1957 The Tijuana Story
November 6, 1957 The Story of Esther Costello
November 10, 1957 Decision at Sundown
December 16, 1957 The Admirable Crichton Distribution only; produced by Modern Screenplay Productions
December 18, 1957 The Bridge on the River Kwai Winner of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
Winner of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Drama.
December 18, 1957 The River Girl
December 1957 The Hard Man
December 1957 The Long Haul
January 1958 The World Was His Jury
January 1958 Return to Warbow
February 19, 1958 Cowboy
February 1958 Going Steady
March 3, 1958 The True Story of Lynn Stuart
March 1958 Bitter Victory
April 1958 High Flight
April 1958 Bonjour Tristesse
June 1, 1958 The Revenge of Frankenstein
June 11, 1958 The Camp on Blood Island
June 11, 1958 The Lineup
June 24, 1958 The Goddess
June 25, 1958 This Angry Age
June 25, 1958 Screaming Mimi
June 1958 The Case Against Brooklyn
June 1958 Let's Rock
July 1, 1958 The Key
July 8, 1958 She Played with Fire
July 1958 Night of the Demon
July 1958 Crash Landing
July 1958 Gunman's Walk
July 1958 Like Begins at 17
August 1, 1958 Buchanan Rides Alone
August 26, 1958 Me and the Colonel
August 1958 Tank Force
September 1, 1958 Apache Territory
September 17, 1958 The Snorkel
September 1958 Ghost of the China Seas
September 1958 The Whole Truth
October 24, 1958 The Last Hurrah
October 1958 Kill Her Gently
November 2, 1958 Tarawa Beachhead
December 23, 1958 The 7th Voyage of Sinbad
December 25, 1958 Bell, Book and Candle
December 1958 The Man Inside
December 1958 Senior Prom
December 1958 Murder by Contract
January 30, 1959 The Last Blitzkrieg
January 1959 Good Day for a Hanging
February 15, 1959 Ride Lonesome
February 1959 City of Fear
February 1959 Gideon of Scotland Yard
March 2, 1959 The Two-Headed Spy
March 25, 1959 Verboten!
March 1959 Gunmen from Laredo
March 1959 Forbidden Island
April 1, 1959 Juke Box Rhythm
April 10, 1959 Gidget
April 1959 The Bandit of Zhobe
May 1, 1959 The Young Land
May 28, 1959 The H-Man U.S. Distribution of 1958 Japanese Toho film
May 1959 Face of a Fugitive
June 17, 1959 Middle of the Night
June 24, 1959 Porgy and Bess distribution only; produced by Samuel Goldwyn Productions[N 3]
July 1, 1959 Anatomy of a Murder Nominee for the Academy Award for Best Picture.
Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Drama.
July 29, 1959 The Tingler
July 1959 The Legend of Tom Dooley
July 1959 The Woman Eater
August 1, 1959 Have Rocket, Will Travel
August 5, 1959 It Happened to Jane
August 5, 1959 Hey Boy! Hey Girl!
August 6, 1959 The 30 Foot Bride of Candy Rock
October 21, 1959 They Came to Cordura
October 22, 1959 The Last Angry Man
October 26, 1959 The Mouse That Roared
October 1959 The Crimson Kimono
November 2, 1959 Edge of Eternity
November 1959 Battle of the Coral Sea
November 1959 The Warrior and the Slave Girl (it)
December 1, 1959 1001 Arabian Nights Co-production with UPA
December 22, 1959 Suddenly, Last Summer
December 1959 The Gene Krupa Story
December 1959 The Flying Fontaines

1960s[edit]

Release Date Title Notes
January 25, 1960 Swan Lake
January 27, 1960 Our Man in Havana
February 11, 1960 Once More, with Feeling!
March 3, 1960 Yesterday's Enemy
March 1960 Comanche Station
April 6, 1960 Killers of Kilimanjaro
April 15, 1960 Who Was That Lady?
April 25, 1960 I'm All Right Jack
April 1960 Because They're Young
May 20, 1960 Man on a String
May 1960 The Electric Monster
May 1960 The Stranglers of Bombay
June 7, 1960 Babette Goes to War
June 29, 1960 Strangers When We Meet
June 1960 The Mountain Road
June 1960 12 to the Moon
July 1, 1960 Stop, Look and Laugh
July 8, 1960 Battle in Outer Space U.S. Distribution of 1959 Japanese Toho film
July 11, 1960 Murder Reported
August 5, 1960 13 Ghosts
August 11, 1960 Song Without End
August 26, 1960 All the Young Men
August 1960 My Dog, Buddy
September 29, 1960 Surprise Package
October 5, 1960 Anna of Brooklyn
October 5, 1960 The Nights of Lucretia Borgia
October 19, 1960 I Aim at the Stars
October 19, 1960 The Enemy General
November 10, 1960 Let No Man Write My Epitaph
November 13, 1960 Hell Is a City
November 1960 Jazz Boat
December 16, 1960 The 3 Worlds of Gulliver
December 21, 1960 Pepe
December 29, 1960 The Wackiest Ship in the Army
January 25, 1961 Carthage in Flames
January 25, 1961 Sword of Sherwood Forest
February 6, 1961 Hand in Hand
March 3, 1961 Cry for Happy
March 15, 1961 The Terror of the Tongs
March 22, 1961 Passport to China
April 21, 1961 Mein Kampf
April 28, 1961 Please Turn Over
May 12, 1961 Mad Dog Coll
May 13, 1961 Underworld U.S.A.
May 17, 1961 As the Sea Rages
May 17, 1961 The Warrior Empress
May 29, 1961 A Raisin in the Sun
June 2, 1961 Gidget Goes Hawaiian
June 21, 1961 The Full Treatment
June 22, 1961 The Guns of Navarone Nominee for the Academy Award for Best Picture.
Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Drama.
July 4, 1961 Most Dangerous Man Alive
July 26, 1961 The Queen of the Pirates
July 26, 1961 Two Rode Together
July 26, 1961 Homicidal
August 22, 1961 Taste of Fear
October 8, 1961 Mr. Sardonicus
October 18, 1961 Five Golden Hours
October 18, 1961 The Devil at 4 O'Clock
November 1, 1961 A Weekend with Lulu
November 21, 1961 The Greengage Summer
November 1961 Valley of the Dragons
December 20, 1961 Everything's Ducky
December 20, 1961 Mysterious Island
December 30, 1961 Twist Around the Clock
February 2, 1962 Sail a Crooked Ship
February 15, 1962 The Three Stooges Meet Hercules
February 21, 1962 Walk on the Wild Side
March 14, 1962 The Hellions
April 13, 1962 Safe at Home!
April 13, 1962 Experiment in Terror
April 13, 1962 Don't Knock the Twist
April 19, 1962 Five Finger Exercise
May 10, 1962 Mothra U.S. Distribution of 1961 Japanese Toho film
May 16, 1962 Cash on Demand
June 6, 1962 13 West Street
June 6, 1962 Advise and Consent Distribution only; produced by Alpha-Alpina S.A.[N 4]
June 1962 The Wild Westerners
July 4, 1962 The Three Stooges in Orbit
July 26, 1962 The Notorious Landlady
August 6, 1962 The Best of Enemies
August 8, 1962 The Underwater City
August 8, 1962 The Interns
August 1962 The Pirates of Blood River
September 19, 1962 H.M.S. Defiant
September 1962 It's Trad, Dad!
October 3, 1962 Zotz!
October 10, 1962 Barabbas
October 16, 1962 Requiem for a Heavyweight
October 25, 1962 The War Lover
October 31, 1962 The Trunk
November 23, 1962 Sundays and Cybele
November 28, 1962 Two Tickets to Paris
December 16, 1962 Lawrence of Arabia Winner of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
Winner of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Drama.
January 30, 1963 Diamond Head
April 4, 1963 Bye Bye Birdie
April 17, 1963 The Man from the Diner's Club
April 1963 Drylanders
May 27, 1963 The L-Shaped Room
May 1963 Fury of the Pagans
June 19, 1963 Jason and the Argonauts
June 1963 Just for Fun
August 7, 1963 Gidget Goes to Rome
August 21, 1963 The Three Stooges Go Around the World in a Daze
August 1963 Siege of the Saxons
September 11, 1963 13 Frightened Girls!
September 18, 1963 In the French Style
October 2, 1963 The Running Man
October 23, 1963 Under the Yum Yum Tree
October 30, 1963 The Maniac
October 31, 1963 The Old Dark House
December 12, 1963 The Cardinal Winner of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Drama.
December 19, 1963 The Victors
December 31, 1963 The Iron Maiden
January 1, 1964 Little Prince and the Eight-Headed Dragon
January 19, 1964 Strait-Jacket
January 29, 1964 Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb Nominee for the Academy Award for Best Picture.
March 1964 The Scarlet Blade
April 1964 The Quick Gun
May 1964 The Devil-Ship Pirates
June 1, 1964 The New Interns
June 1964 Do You Know This Voice?
June 3, 1964 Hey There, It's Yogi Bear! distribution only, produced by Hanna-Barbera Productions[N 4]
June 24, 1964 The Long Ships
July 22, 1964 Good Neighbor Sam
August 5, 1964 Ride the Wild Surf
August 14, 1964 Behold a Pale Horse
September 27, 1964 Lilith
October 7, 1964 Fail-Safe
November 10, 1964 The Finest Hours
November 20, 1964 First Men in the Moon
December 22, 1964 World Without Sun
December 31, 1964 The Curse of the Mummy's Tomb
January 1, 1965 The Outlaws Is Coming
January 15, 1965 Baby the Rain Must Fall
February 17, 1965 The Gorgon
February 24, 1965 Love Has Many Faces
February 25, 1965 Lord Jim
March 1965 Be My Guest
April 7, 1965 Major Dundee
May 1, 1965 Apache Gold
May 5, 1965 Synanon
May 19, 1965 Victim Five
May 19, 1965 Fanatic
June 17, 1965 The Collector Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Drama.
June 23, 1965 Genghis Khan
June 24, 1965 Cat Ballou
July 7, 1965 The Damned
July 12, 1965 Harvey Middleman, Fireman
July 29, 1965 Ship of Fools Nominee for the Academy Award for Best Picture.
Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Drama.
July 1965 East of Sudan
August 1, 1965 Arizona Raiders
September 1, 1965 The Great Sioux Massacre
September 15, 1965 The Little Ones
September 16, 1965 That Man in Istanbul
September 27, 1965 Mickey One
October 3, 1965 Bunny Lake Is Missing
October 11, 1965 The Bedford Incident
October 27, 1965 King Rat
October 28, 1965 Winter A-Go-Go
October 1965 You Must Be Joking!
October 1965 Hard Time for Princes
November 1, 1965 Treasure of Silver Lake
November 26, 1965 The Magic World of Topo Gigio
November 1965 The Brigand of Kandahar
1966 La Loba
1966 Adventure at the Center of the Earth
January 1966 Rampage at Apache Wells
January 1966 Ride Beyond Vengeance
February 17, 1966 The Chase
February 18, 1966 The Silencers
March 9, 1966 The Heroes of Telemark
March 30, 1966 The Trouble with Angels
March 1966 Three on a Couch
May 1966 Kidnapped to Mystery Island
June 22, 1966 Born Free Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Drama.
June 29, 1966 Walk, Don't Run
July 19, 1966 The Wrong Box
July 1966 Every Day is a Holiday
August 3, 1966 The Man Called Flintstone distribution only, produced by Hanna-Barbera Productions[N 4]
August 10, 1966 A Study in Terror
August 1966 Birds Do It
September 14, 1966 Lost Command
September 14, 1966 The Eavesdropper
September 27, 1966 Rings Around the World
September 1966 Last of the Renegades
October 12, 1966 Dead Heat on a Merry-Go-Round
October 17, 1966 Georgy Girl
October 1966 Sound of Horror
October 1966 Alvarez Kelly
November 2, 1966 The Professionals Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Drama.
November 9, 1966 Montreal Flight 871
November 1966 The Texican
November 1966 Frontier Hellcat
November 1966 Traitor's Gate
December 12, 1966 A Man for All Seasons Winner of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Drama.
December 20, 1966 Murderers' Row
December 1966 Rage
1967 The Empire of Dracula
January 18, 1967 Goal! The World Cup
January 25, 1967 Kiss the Girls and Make Them Die
January 26, 1967 The Deadly Affair
February 24, 1967 The Night of the Generals
February 25, 1967 Enter Laughing
March 8, 1967 The Taming of the Shrew
April 17, 1967 A Midsummer Night's Dream
April 28, 1967 Casino Royale
May 1, 1967 40 Guns to Apache Pass
May 17, 1967 The Happening
June 14, 1967 To Sir, with Love
June 21, 1967 Divorce American Style
July 12, 1967 The Big Mouth
July 26, 1967 The Love-Ins
July 26, 1967 Luv
August 2, 1967 Good Times
August 18, 1967 The Tiger Makes Out
September 26, 1967 Who's Minding the Mint?
September 1967 Sex is the Game People Play
October 1967 Young Americans
November 1, 1967 A Time for Killing
November 1967 Winnetou: Thunder at the Border
December 12, 1967 Guess Who's Coming to Dinner
December 14, 1967 In Cold Blood Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Drama.
December 22, 1967 The Ambushers
1968 The Desperado Trail
1968 Superargo Versus Diabolicus
January 11, 1968 Berserk!
January 17, 1968 How to Save a Marriage and Ruin Your Life
February 6, 1968 Doctor Faustus
March 4, 1968 30 Is a Dangerous Age, Cynthia
April 2, 1968 A Dandy in Aspic
April 10, 1968 Where Angels Go, Trouble Follows
April 1968 Up the MacGregors
May 15, 1968 The Swimmer
June 5, 1968 For Singles Only
June 1968 Assignment K
July 2, 1968 Interlude
July 12, 1968 Don't Raise the Bridge, Lower the River
July 19, 1968 Torture Garden
July 22, 1968 Lost Sex
July 24, 1968 Anzio
August 21, 1968 The Big Gundown
September 11, 1968 Hammerhead
September 16, 1968 Duffy
September 19, 1968 Funny Girl Nominee for the Academy Award for Best Picture.
November 20, 1968 Head
November 1968 Seven Guns for the MacGregors
December 4, 1968 Renegade Riders
December 4, 1968 Corruption
December 10, 1968 Oliver! Winner of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
December 1968 With My Guns
1969 2000 Weeks
1969 Millionaire's Women
February 5, 1969 The Wrecking Crew
March 11, 1969 Otley
March 21, 1969 Pendulum
March 24, 1969 Before Winter Comes
April 1, 1969 Model Shop
May 1, 1969 The Mad Room
May 10, 1969 Mackenna's Gold
May 14, 1969 Age of Consent
May 28, 1969 The Southern Star
May 1969 Man on Horseback
June 6, 1969 Hook, Line & Sinker
July 14, 1969 Easy Rider
July 23, 1969 Run Wild, Run Free
July 23, 1969 Castle Keep
August 18, 1969 A Touch of Love
September 17, 1969 Bob & Carol & Ted & Alice
October 10, 1969 Fuego
October 15, 1969 Lock Up Your Daughters
November 19, 1969 The Comic
November 19, 1969 The Desperados
December 11, 1969 Marooned
December 16, 1969 Cactus Flower
December 21, 1969 Hamlet
December 1969 A Quixote Without La Mancha

1970s[edit]

Release Date Title Notes
January 1970 Land Raiders
February 4, 1970 The Looking Glass War
February 5, 1970 The Virgin Soldiers
March 4, 1970 Loving
March 18, 1970 The Liberation of L.B. Jones
April 27, 1970 Riverrun
May 13, 1970 Getting Straight
May 27, 1970 Watermelon Man
June 17, 1970 A Walk in the Spring Rain
July 24, 1970 You Can't Win 'Em All
August 28, 1970 Weekend with the Babysitter
August 31, 1970 The Things of Life
August 1970 The Olympics in Mexico
September 12, 1970 Five Easy Pieces Nominee for the Academy Award for Best Picture.
Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Drama.
September 16, 1970 R.P.M.
September 16, 1970 The Executioner
October 12, 1970 The Mind of Mr. Soames
October 18, 1970 I Never Sang for My Father Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Drama.
October 26, 1970 Cromwell distributor
October 29, 1970 Machine Gun McCain
November 3, 1970 The Owl and the Pussycat
November 18, 1970 I Walk the Line
December 8, 1970 Husbands
December 15, 1970 There's a Girl in My Soup
December 16, 1970 Take a Girl Like You
December 20, 1970 Investigation of a Citizen Above Suspicion
December 21, 1970 The Man with Connections
December 25, 1970 The Lady in the Car with Glasses and a Gun
January 19, 1971 The Reckoning
January 21, 1971 Bed and Board
February 3, 1971 Doctors' Wives
February 21, 1971 Claire's Knee
February 23, 1971 The Pursuit of Happiness
March 12, 1971 The Buttercup Chain
March 24, 1971 Brother John
March 28, 1971 A Severed Head
March 1971 Isle of the Snake People
April 2, 1971 Flight of the Doves
April 26, 1971 Super Colt 38
April 1971 The Incredible Invasion
May 12, 1971 10 Rillington Place co-production with Filmways
May 22, 1971 Saturday Morning
June 6, 1971 Summertree
June 9, 1971 A Man Called Sledge
June 13, 1971 Drive, He Said
June 17, 1971 The Anderson Tapes
June 23, 1971 Man and Boy
July 24, 1971 The Horsemen
July 29, 1971 The Go-Between co-produced with EMI Films
August 6, 1971 The Brotherhood of Satan
August 18, 1971 Fools' Parade
August 27, 1971 The Love Machine
September 1, 1971 Creatures the World Forgot
September 2, 1971 See No Evil
September 24, 1971 The Last Rebel
September 1971 Fragment of Fear
September 1971 Dad's Army distributor
September 1971 Welcome to the Club
October 1, 1971 A Safe Place
October 13, 1971 Macbeth
October 22, 1971 The Last Picture Show Nominee for the Academy Award for Best Picture.
Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Drama.
October 28, 1971 Bless the Beasts and Children
November 30, 1971 Brian's Song television film; given release in theatres
December 9, 1971 Happy Birthday, Wanda June
December 13, 1971 Nicholas and Alexandra Nominee for the Academy Award for Best Picture.
December 17, 1971 Dollars
January 1, 1972 J.W. Coop
January 7, 1972 Glass Houses
January 14, 1972 Cisco Pike
January 20, 1972 To Find a Man
January 21, 1972 Zee and Co. A.K.A. X, Y, and Zee
March 21, 1972 Gumshoe
April 28, 1972 Buck and the Preacher
May 1972 Stand Up and Be Counted
June 4, 1972 A Day in the Death of Joe Egg
June 14, 1972 The Burglars
July 6, 1972 Butterflies Are Free
July 12, 1972 Living Free
July 26, 1972 Fat City
August 3, 1972 The New Centurions
August 16, 1972 Pope Joan
August 22, 1972 And Now for Something Completely Different co-production with Playboy Productions
September 29, 1972 Love in the Afternoon
October 10, 1972 Young Winston
October 12, 1972 The King of Marvin Gardens
November 3, 1972 The Valachi Papers
November 17, 1972 1776
November 1972 Dirty Little Billy
December 11, 1972 Trafic
December 18, 1972 Images
December 19, 1972 Goodbye, Stork, Goodbye
December 20, 1972 Black Gunn
1973 Andrei Rublev
1973 The Virgin Goddess
January 31, 1973 Shamus
February 4, 1973 Wattstax
February 12, 1973 A Reflection of Fear
February 12, 1973 The Creeping Flesh
March 11, 1973 The Sin
March 17, 1973 Lost Horizon
March 21, 1973 Godspell
March 25, 1973 Such a Gorgeous Kid Like Me
March 1973 Fists of Fury
April 19, 1973 Love and Pain and the Whole Damn Thing
May 25, 1973 Let the Good Times Roll
June 10, 1973 The Hireling
June 28, 1973 40 Carats
July 3, 1973 Oklahoma Crude
July 18, 1973 Siddhartha
August 8, 1973 The Stone Killer
October 19, 1973 The Way We Were
October 21, 1973 Summer Wishes, Winter Dreams
December 12, 1973 The Last Detail
December 16, 1973 Papillon international distribution only; co-production with Allied Artists Pictures
February 15, 1974 Crazy Joe
March 13, 1974 Lone Wolf and Cub: Baby Cart to Hades
April 5, 1974 The Golden Voyage of Sinbad
April 10, 1974 Thomasine & Bushrod
April 14, 1974 Lovin' Molly
May 1, 1974 The Lords of Flatbush
May 22, 1974 Chosen Survivors
May 1974 The Take
June 16, 1974 The Gravy Train
June 26, 1974 For Pete's Sake
June 1974 Birds Do It, Bees Do It
July 24, 1974 Death Wish international distribution only; co-production with Paramount Pictures
August 7, 1974 California Split
August 21, 1974 Buster and Billie
September 25, 1974 The Mutations
October 9, 1974 Law and Disorder
October 17, 1974 Liberation
October 18, 1974 The Odessa File
November 1, 1974 Open Season
November 8, 1974 Confessions of a Window Cleaner
November 1974 The Three Stooges Follies
December 3, 1974 Emmanuelle
February 12, 1975 The Stepford Wives theatrical distributor only[N 1]
March 13, 1975 Shampoo
March 15, 1975 Funny Lady
March 19, 1975 Tommy co-production with Robert Stigwood and Hemdale
April 29, 1975 Aloha Bobby and Rose
May 20, 1975 The Fortune
May 22, 1975 Breakout
May 22, 1975 The Wind and the Lion international distribution only; co-production with Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer
June 20, 1975 Bite the Bullet
July 16, 1975 White Line Fever
October 8, 1975 Hard Times
October 12, 1975 Lies My Father Told Me
November 12, 1975 Stardust
November 19, 1975 Fear Over the City
December 17, 1975 The Man Who Would Be King international distribution only; co-production with Allied Artists
December 25, 1975 Aaron Loves Angela
December 25, 1975 The Black Bird
February 8, 1976 Taxi Driver Nominee for the Academy Award for Best Picture.
February 13, 1976 Jack and the Beanstalk Distribution only; produced by Group TAC
March 11, 1976 Robin and Marian
April 16, 1976 Cool Red
April 1976 The Stranger and the Gunfighter
May 5, 1976 Baby Blue Marine
May 26, 1976 Drive-In
May 1976 Watch Out, We're Mad
June 6, 1976 The Last Woman
June 17, 1976 Harry and Walter Go to New York
June 23, 1976 Murder by Death
July 14, 1976 Shadow of the Hawk
August 1, 1976 Obsession
September 17, 1976 The Front
December 21, 1976 Nickelodeon co-production with British Lion Films and EMI Films
February 9, 1977 Fun with Dick and Jane also remade in 2005
March 9, 1977 The Farmer
April 2, 1977 The Eagle Has Landed USA distribution only; produced by ITC Entertainment
May 19, 1977 The Greatest
June 17, 1977 The Deep
August 5, 1977 March or Die
August 12, 1977 Sinbad and the Eye of the Tiger
August 31, 1977 You Light Up My Life
September 29, 1977 Bobby Deerfield USA distribution only; co-production with Warner Bros.
November 16, 1977 Close Encounters of the Third Kind Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Drama. co-production with EMI Films
February 2, 1978 The Boys in Company C
February 1978 Remember My Name
March 3, 1978 The Amsterdam Kill
March 17, 1978 Casey's Shadow
April 21, 1978 The Silver Bears
May 18, 1978 The Buddy Holly Story
May 19, 1978 Thank God It's Friday
May 1978 Warlords of Atlantis
May 24, 1978 If I Ever See You Again
June 23, 1978 The Cheap Detective
August 2, 1978 Eyes of Laura Mars
September 29, 1978 Somebody Killed Her Husband
October 6, 1978 Midnight Express Nominee for the Academy Award for Best Picture.
Winner of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Drama.
November 1978 The Cat and the Canary
December 8, 1978 Force 10 from Navarone international distribution only; co-production with American International Pictures
December 15, 1978 California Suite
December 31, 1978 Ice Castles
1979 That Summer
February 9, 1979 Hardcore
February 9, 1979 When You Comin' Back, Red Ryder?
March 2, 1979 Fast Break
March 16, 1979 The China Syndrome
April 1979 Ashanti international distribution only; co-production with Warner Bros.
April 6, 1979 The Fifth Musketeer
May 18, 1979 Hanover Street
May 1979 Ravagers
June 8, 1979 Game of Death
June 22, 1979 Nightwing
June 28, 1979 ...And Justice for All
July 13, 1979 Just You and Me, Kid
July 13, 1979 Lost and Found
July 27, 1979 The Villain
August 10, 1979 No Sex Please, We're British
August 10, 1979 The National Health
August 10, 1979 Hot Stuff
October 26, 1979 When a Stranger Calls US distribution only; remade in 2006
October 1979 Skatetown, U.S.A.
November 1, 1979 Bear Island co-production with United Artists
December 14, 1979 1941 international distribution only (although they own streaming rights); co-production with Universal Pictures
Chapter Two co-production with Rastar
December 17, 1979 Kramer vs. Kramer Winner of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Drama.
December 20, 1979 All That Jazz international distribution only; co-production with 20th Century Fox
December 21, 1979 The Electric Horseman USA distribution only; co-production with Universal Pictures

1980s[edit]

Release Date Title Notes
March 1, 1980 The American Success Company
May 16, 1980 The Hollywood Knights
June 1, 1980 The Mountain Men
June 6, 1980 Night of the Juggler
June 13, 1980 Wholly Moses!
June 20, 1980 The Blue Lagoon
July 11, 1980 Used Cars
October 1, 1980 Gloria
October 17, 1980 Foolin' Around co-production with 20th Century Fox
October 24, 1980 It's My Turn
October 31, 1980 Touched by Love
December 3, 1980 The Competition
December 12, 1980 Stir Crazy
December 12, 1980 Tess Nominee for the Academy Award for Best Picture.
December 19, 1980 Seems Like Old Times
February 13, 1981 American Pop
March 13, 1981 Modern Romance
May 1, 1981 Graduation Day
May 15, 1981 Happy Birthday to Me
June 5, 1981 Nice Dreams also known as 'Cheech & Chong's Nice Dreams. The first Columbia release to feature the 1981 to 1993 intro.
June 26, 1981 Stripes
August 7, 1981 Heavy Metal
August 1981 Nobody's Perfekt
September 23, 1981 Only When I Laugh co-production with Rastar
December 18, 1981 Neighbors
December 18, 1981 Absence of Malice
February 12, 1982 One from the Heart
February 20, 1982 Death Wish II co-production with Filmways, international distributor[N 5]
March 12, 1982 Richard Pryor: Live on the Sunset Strip co-production with Rastar
April 2, 1982 Silent Rage
April 16, 1982 Wrong Is Right
June 4, 1982 Hanky Panky
June 18, 1982 Annie Nominee of the Golden Raspberry Award for Worst Picture; co-production with Rastar; last Columbia release before the Coca-Cola buyout was finalized [1]
June 25, 1982 Monty Python Live at the Hollywood Bowl
August 4, 1982 Things Are Tough All Over
August 13, 1982 Tempest
November 2, 1982 The Missionary
November 5, 1982 Piranha II: The Spawning
December 8, 1982 Gandhi Winner of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
December 10, 1982 The Toy
December 17, 1982 Tootsie Nominee for the Academy Award for Best Picture.
March 25, 1983 Spring Break
May 13, 1983 Blue Thunder
May 20, 1983 Spacehunter: Adventures in the Forbidden Zone
June 22, 1983 The Survivors
July 29, 1983 Krull
August 19, 1983 Yor, the Hunter from the Future
September 21, 1983 Educating Rita
September 28, 1983 The Big Chill Nominee for the Academy Award for Best Picture.
October 28, 1983 Richard Pryor: Here and Now
December 6, 1983 The Dresser Nominee for the Academy Award for Best Picture.
December 9, 1983 Christine
December 16, 1983 The Man Who Loved Women
January 1, 1984 Ghost in the Noonday Sun
March 2, 1984 Against All Odds
April 6, 1984 Moscow on the Hudson
May 4, 1984 Hardbodies
June 8, 1984 Ghostbusters
June 22, 1984 The Karate Kid
August 17, 1984 Sheena Nominee of the Golden Raspberry Award for Worst Picture.
September 14, 1984 A Soldier's Story Nominee for the Academy Award for Best Picture; Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Drama.
October 19, 1984 The Razor's Edge
October 26, 1984 Body Double
November 9, 1984 No Small Affair
December 14, 1984 Starman
December 14, 1984 A Passage to India Nominee for the Academy Award for Best Picture; co-production with Thorn EMI and HBO
December 21, 1984 Micki + Maude
January 18, 1985 The New Kids
February 15, 1985 Fast Forward
March 15, 1985 Sylvester
March 29, 1985 The Slugger's Wife
April 26, 1985 Just One of the Guys
June 7, 1985 Perfect
June 14, 1985 D.A.R.Y.L. international distribution only; co-production with Paramount Pictures
June 28, 1985 St. Elmo's Fire
July 10, 1985 Silverado
August 2, 1985 Fright Night
August 16, 1985 The Bride
September 13, 1985 Agnes of God
October 4, 1985 Jagged Edge
November 22, 1985 White Nights
December 13, 1985 A Chorus Line distribution only; produced by Embassy Pictures and PolyGram Pictures[N 5]
December 25, 1985 Murphy's Romance
January 22, 1986 Desert Bloom
February 14, 1986 Quicksilver
March 14, 1986 Crossroads
March 21, 1986 Care Bears Movie II: A New Generation co-production with Nelvana
April 11, 1986 Violets Are Blue
April 25, 1986 Crimewave distribution only; produced by Embassy Pictures[N 5]
May 2, 1986 Saving Grace
May 2, 1986 Jo Jo Dancer, Your Life Is Calling
May 30, 1986 Big Trouble
June 20, 1986 The Karate Kid, Part II
June 27, 1986 American Anthem distribution only; produced by Lorimar Motion Pictures[N 4]
July 25, 1986 Out of Bounds
August 8, 1986 Stand by Me Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Drama.
August 8, 1986 A Fine Mess
August 15, 1986 Armed and Dangerous
August 22, 1986 One More Saturday Night
August 1986 Stewardess School
October 10, 1986 That's Life! distribution only
December 12, 1986 Where Are The Children?
February 13, 1987 84 Charing Cross Road
May 15, 1987 Ishtar Nominee of the Golden Raspberry Award for Worst Picture.
June 19, 1987 Roxanne
July 10, 1987 White Water Summer
July 24, 1987 La Bamba
August 7, 1987 Happy New Year
August 21, 1987 The Big Easy distribution only; produced by Kings Road Entertainment
September 25, 1987 The Big Town
October 9, 1987 Hope and Glory distribution only; produced by Nelson Entertainment and Goldcrest Films
Nominee for the Academy Award for Best Picture
October 9, 1987 Someone to Watch Over Me
November 25, 1987 Housekeeping
December 4, 1987 The Stranger
December 18, 1987 Leonard Part 6 Winner of the Golden Raspberry Award for Worst Picture.
December 18, 1987 The Last Emperor U.S. distribution with Hemdale Film Corporation
Produced by Recorded Picture Company
Winner of the Academy Award for Best Picture; Winner of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Drama
February 12, 1988 School Daze
March 4, 1988 Pulse
March 11, 1988 Vice Versa
March 18, 1988 Little Nikita
March 18, 1988 Stars and Bars
April 15, 1988 Zelly and Me
April 22, 1988 A Time of Destiny
April 22, 1988 White Mischief
July 29, 1988 The New Adventures of Pippi Longstocking
August 5, 1988 Vibes
August 22, 1988 The Big Blue Le Grand Bleu in France
September 2, 1988 Rocket Gibraltar
September 16, 1988 The Beast
October 7, 1988 Punchline
October 21, 1988 Things Change
November 18, 1988 Fresh Horses distribution only, produced by Weintraub Entertainment Group
December 9, 1988 My Stepmother is an Alien distribution only; produced by Weintraub Entertainment Group
January 27, 1989 Physical Evidence
February 17, 1989 True Believer
March 10, 1989 The Adventures of Baron Munchausen
March 10, 1989 Hanussen
March 22, 1989 Troop Beverly Hills distribution only, produced by Weintraub Entertainment Group
April 14, 1989 She's Out of Control distribution only, produced by Weintraub Entertainment Group
April 14, 1989 Winter People distribution only, produced by Castle Rock Entertainment and Nelson Entertainment[N 6]
May 5, 1989 Listen to Me distribution only, produced by Weintraub Entertainment Group
May 19, 1989 Miracle Mile distribution only; produced by Hemdale Film Corporation[N 5]
June 16, 1989 Ghostbusters II
June 30, 1989 The Karate Kid, Part III Nominee of the Golden Raspberry Award for Worst Picture.
July 21, 1989 Eat a Bowl of Tea
July 21, 1989 When Harry Met Sally... distribution only, produced by Castle Rock Entertainment and Nelson Entertainment[N 6]
August 4, 1989 Me and Him
August 18, 1989 Casualties of War
August 25, 1989 The Adventures of Milo and Otis U.S distribution only, produced by Toho
September 15, 1989 The Big Picture
September 29, 1989 Welcome Home
October 6, 1989 Old Gringo
October 13, 1989 To Kill a Priest released on September 7, 1988 in France
October 27, 1989 Immediate Family
November 3, 1989 Bloodhounds of Broadway
November 4, 1989 The Phantom of the Opera

1990s[edit]

Release Date Title Notes
February 9, 1990 Time of the Gypsies
February 16, 1990 Revenge U.S. distributor; co-production with Rastar and New World Pictures
March 16, 1990 The Forbidden Dance Distribution only; produced by 21st Century Film Corporation
March 16, 1990 Lord of the Files Distribution only; produced by Nelson Entertainment and Castle Rock Entertainment[N 6]
April 13, 1990 The Gods Must Be Crazy II U.S. distributor
August 10, 1990 Flatliners
September 12, 1990 Postcards from the Edge
September 28, 1990 Texasville Theatrical distribution only; produced by Nelson Entertainment[N 5]
October 5, 1990 The 5th Monkey
October 12, 1990 The Spirit of '76 Distribution only; produced by Castle Rock Entertainment
October 19, 1990 Night of the Living Dead Distribution only; produced by 21st Century Film Corporation
October 26, 1990 Sibling Rivalry Distribution only, produced by Castle Rock Entertainment and Nelson Entertainment[N 6]
November 30, 1990 Misery Distribution only; produced by Castle Rock Entertainment and Nelson Entertainment[N 6]
December 20, 1990 Awakenings Nominee for the Academy Award for Best Picture.
January 18, 1991 Men of Respect
April 19, 1991 Mortal Thoughts
May 17, 1991 Stone Cold Distribution only; produced by Vision International[N 5]
June 7, 1991 City Slickers Distribution only; produced by Castle Rock Entertainment and Nelson Entertainment[N 7]
July 12, 1991 Boyz n the Hood
August 2, 1991 Return to the Blue Lagoon Nominee of the Golden Raspberry Award for Worst Picture.
August 9, 1991 Double Impact Distribution only; produced by Vision International[N 5]
September 20, 1991 Late for Dinner Distribution only; produced by Castle Rock Entertainment and New Line Cinema[N 6]
October 11, 1991 The Taking of Beverly Hills Distribution only; produced by Nelson Entertainment[N 5]
November 27, 1991 My Girl
December 25, 1991 The Prince of Tides Nominee for the Academy Award for Best Picture.
December 25, 1991 The Inner Circle
January 31, 1992 Hard Promises Distribution only; produced by Vision International[N 5]
February 21, 1992 Radio Flyer
February 21, 1992 Falling from Grace
February 28, 1992 Under Suspicion
March 6, 1992 Gladiator
April 10, 1992 Sleepwalkers
April 24, 1992 Year of the Comet Distribution only; produced by Castle Rock Entertainment and New Line Cinema[N 6]
July 1, 1992 A League of Their Own
July 24, 1992 Mo' Money
August 14, 1992 Single White Female
August 28, 1992 Honeymoon in Vegas Distribution only; produced by Castle Rock Entertainment and New Line Cinema[N 6]
September 23, 1992 Mr. Saturday Night Distribution only; produced by Castle Rock Entertainment and New Line Cinema[N 6]
October 2, 1992 Hero
October 9, 1992 A River Runs Through It
November 13, 1992 Bram Stoker's Dracula co-production with American Zoetrope
December 11, 1992 A Few Good Men Nominee for the Academy Award for Best Picture; co-production with Castle Rock Entertainment
January 15, 1993 Nowhere to Run
January 22, 1993 Hexed
February 12, 1993 Groundhog Day
February 26, 1993 El Mariachi Distribution only, produced by Los Hooligans Productions
March 5, 1993 Amos & Andrew Distribution only; produced by Castle Rock Entertainment and New Line Cinema[N 6]
April 30, 1993 The Pickle
May 14, 1993 Lost in Yonkers co-production with Rastar
June 18, 1993 Last Action Hero Nominee of the Golden Raspberry Award for Worst Picture.
July 9, 1993 In the Line of Fire co-production with Castle Rock Entertainment
July 23, 1993 Poetic Justice
July 28, 1993 Robin Hood: Men in Tights International distributor; co-production with Gaumont British and Brooksfilms
August 27, 1993 Needful Things Distribution only; produced by Castle Rock Entertainment and New Line Cinema[N 6]
September 3, 1993 Calendar Girl
September 17, 1993 Striking Distance
October 1, 1993 The Age of Innocence Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Drama.
October 1, 1993 Malice Distribution only; produced by Castle Rock Entertainment and New Line Cinema[N 6]
November 12, 1993 My Life
November 19, 1993 The Remains of the Day Nominee for the Academy Award for Best Picture; Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Drama
November 24, 1993 Josh and S.A.M. Distribution only; produced by Castle Rock Entertainment and New Line Cinema[N 6]
December 10, 1993 Geronimo: An American Legend
February 4, 1994 I'll Do Anything co-production with Gracie Films
February 11, 1994 My Girl 2
June 10, 1994 City Slickers II: The Legend of Curly's Gold Distribution only; produced by Castle Rock Entertainment[N 8]
June 17, 1994 Wolf co-production with Douglas Wick
June 29, 1994 Little Big League Distribution only; produced by Castle Rock Entertainment[N 8]
July 22, 1994 North co-production with Castle Rock Entertainment and New Line Cinema
Nominee of the Golden Raspberry Award for Worst Picture
August 12, 1994 The Next Karate Kid
August 19, 1994 Blankman co-production with Greentrees Films and Wife 'n' Kids
September 23, 1994 The Shawshank Redemption Distribution only; produced by Castle Rock Entertainment[N 8]
Nominee for the Academy Award for Best Picture
October 14, 1994 I Like It Like That
October 28, 1994 The Road to Wellville co-production with Beacon Pictures
November 18, 1994 Léon: The Professional co-production with Gaumont Film Company
December 21, 1994 Little Women
December 23, 1994 Street Fighter International distributor; co-production with Capcom Universal Pictures Handled US Distribution
January 6, 1995 Immortal Beloved co-production with Icon Productions
January 11, 1995 Higher Learning
January 27, 1995 Before Sunrise Distribution only; produced by Castle Rock Entertainment[N 8]
March 19, 1995 For Better or Worse Distribution only; produced by Castle Rock Entertainment[N 8]
March 24, 1995 Dolores Claiborne Distribution only; produced by Castle Rock Entertainment[N 8]
April 7, 1995 Bad Boys co-production with Don Simpson/Jerry Bruckheimer Films
May 19, 1995 Forget Paris Distribution only; produced by Castle Rock Entertainment[N 8]
July 7, 1995 First Knight
July 14, 1995 The Indian in the Cupboard U.S. distributor; co-production with Paramount Pictures, The Kennedy/Marshall Company and Scholastic Entertainment
July 28, 1995 The Net
August 18, 1995 The Baby-Sitters Club co-production with Beacon Pictures
August 25, 1995 Beyond Rangoon Distribution only; produced by Castle Rock Entertainment[N 8]
August 25, 1995 Desperado
September 22, 1995 The Run of the Country Distribution only; produced by Castle Rock Entertainment[N 8]
October 6, 1995 To Die For co-production with The Rank Organisation
November 17, 1995 The American President U.S. distribution only; produced by Castle Rock Entertainment and Universal Pictures[N 8]
November 22, 1995 Money Train co-production with Peters Entertainment
December 13, 1995 Sense and Sensibility Nominee for the Academy Award for Best Picture.
December 15, 1995 Othello Distribution only; produced by Castle Rock Entertainment[N 8]
December 22, 1995 Dracula: Dead and Loving It Distribution only; produced by Castle Rock Entertainment[N 8]
February 2, 1996 The Juror
February 16, 1996 City Hall Distribution only; produced by Castle Rock Entertainment[N 8]
February 21, 1996 Bottle Rocket
April 5, 1996 The Last Supper
May 3, 1996 The Craft co-production with Douglas Wick
June 14, 1996 The Cable Guy co-production with Licht Mueller Film Corp
June 28, 1996 Striptease Distribution only; produced by Castle Rock Entertainment[N 8]
Winner of the Golden Raspberry Award for Worst Picture
July 17, 1996 Multiplicity
August 14, 1996 Alaska Distribution only; produced by Castle Rock Entertainment[N 8]
August 23, 1996 The Spitfire Grill Distribution only; produced by Castle Rock Entertainment[N 8]
September 13, 1996 Fly Away Home
September 13, 1996 Maximum Risk
September 27, 1996 Extreme Measures Distribution only; produced by Castle Rock Entertainment[N 8]
October 16, 1996 Get on the Bus
December 20, 1996 Ghosts of Mississippi Distribution only; produced by Castle Rock Entertainment[N 8]
December 25, 1996 Some Mother's Son Distribution only; produced by Castle Rock Entertainment[N 8]
December 25, 1996 The People vs. Larry Flynt co-production with Phoenix Pictures; Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Drama
December 25, 1996 Hamlet Distribution only; produced by Castle Rock Entertainment[N 8]
February 14, 1997 Fools Rush In
February 14, 1997 Absolute Power Distribution only; produced by Castle Rock Entertainment and Malpaso Productions[N 8]
February 26, 1997 Booty Call
March 26, 1997 The Devil's Own co-production with Laurence Gordon Productions
April 4, 1997 Double Team Distribution only; produced by Mandalay Entertainment
April 11, 1997 Anaconda plus Screen Gems sequel in 2004
Nominee of the Golden Raspberry Award for Worst Picture
May 9, 1997 The Fifth Element co-production with Gaumont Film Company
June 6, 1997 Buddy co-production with Jim Henson Pictures and American Zoetrope
July 2, 1997 Men in Black co-production with Amblin Entertainment and MacDonald/Parkes Productions
July 25, 1997 Air Force One U.S. distributor; co-production with Beacon Pictures and Touchstone Pictures
August 22, 1997 Masterminds
August 29, 1997 Excess Baggage
October 17, 1997 I Know What You Did Last Summer Distribution only; produced by Mandalay Entertainment
October 24, 1997 Gattaca co-production with Jersey Films
October 31, 1997 The Wind in the Willows International distributor; co-production with Walt Disney Pictures and Allied Filmmakers
January 23, 1998 Spice World co-production with PolyGram Filmed Entertainment; Nominee of the Golden Raspberry Award for Worst Picture
January 30, 1998 Zero Effect Distribution only; produced by Castle Rock Entertainment[N 8]
February 6, 1998 The Replacement Killers
February 20, 1998 Palmetto Distribution only; produced by Castle Rock Entertainment[N 8]
March 20, 1998 Wild Things Distribution only; produced by Mandalay Entertainment
April 10, 1998 My Giant Distribution only; produced by Castle Rock Entertainment[N 8]
April 17, 1998 Sour Grapes Distribution only, produced by Castle Rock Entertainment[N 8]
May 1, 1998 Les Misérables Distribution only; produced by Mandalay Entertainment
June 12, 1998 Can't Hardly Wait
August 21, 1998 Dance with Me Distribution only; produced by Mandalay Entertainment
September 23, 1998 Shadrach
October 30, 1998 Vampires co-production with Largo Entertainment
November 13, 1998 I Still Know What You Did Last Summer co-production with Mandalay Entertainment
December 25, 1998 Stepmom co-production with 1492 Pictures
January 22, 1999 Still Crazy
January 22, 1999 Gloria Distribution only; produced by Mandalay Entertainment
February 26, 1999 8mm
March 5, 1999 Cruel Intentions co-production with Summit Entertainment, Newmarket Films and Original Film
March 12, 1999 The Deep End of the Ocean Distribution only; produced by Mandalay Entertainment
April 9, 1999 Go distribution
April 30, 1999 Idle Hands co-production with Licht Mueller Film Corp and Team Todd Films
May 28, 1999 The Thirteenth Floor co-production with Centropolis Entertainment
June 25, 1999 Big Daddy co-production with Happy Madison Productions; Nominee of the Golden Raspberry Award for Worst Picture
July 14, 1999 Muppets from Space co-production with Jim Henson Pictures
August 4, 1999 Dick distribution only, produced by Phoenix Pictures
September 17, 1999 Blue Streak co-production with Runtledat Entertainment
September 24, 1999 Jakob the Liar co-production with Blue Wolf Productions
October 1, 1999 The Adventures of Elmo in Grouchland co-production with Jim Henson Pictures and Children's Television Workshop
October 8, 1999 Random Hearts co-production with Lakeshore Entertainment
October 22, 1999 Crazy in Alabama
November 5, 1999 The Bone Collector International distributor; co-production with Universal Pictures and Bregman Productions
November 12, 1999 The Messenger: The Story of Joan of Arc co-production with Gaumont Film Company
December 3, 1999 The End of the Affair Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Drama.
December 3, 1999 Virtual Sexuality
December 17, 1999 Bicentennial Man International distributor; co-production with Touchstone Pictures, 1492 Pictures and Radiant Productions
December 17, 1999 Stuart Little
December 21, 1999 Girl, Interrupted co-production with Douglas Wick

2000s[edit]

Release Date Title Notes
February 4, 2000 Scream 3
February 18, 2000 Hanging Up
March 3, 2000 What Planet Are You From?
March 17, 2000 Erin Brockovich Nominee for the Academy Award for Best Picture; Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Drama; co-production with Universal Pictures, Jersey Films and Double Features Films, international distributor
March 31, 2000 Whatever It Takes distribution only, produced by Phoenix Pictures
April 14, 2000 28 Days
May 5, 2000 I Dreamed of Africa
May 12, 2000 Center Stage
June 2, 2000 Running Free co-production with Moonlighting Films and Reperage
June 28, 2000 The Patriot co-production with The Mutual Film Company and Centropolis Entertainment
July 21, 2000 Loser
August 4, 2000 Hollow Man co-production with Red Wagon Productions
September 8, 2000 Anatomy English dubbed version
September 13, 2000 Almost Famous co-production with DreamWorks Pictures and Vinyl Films, international distributor
September 15, 2000 Circus
September 22, 2000 Urban Legends: Final Cut distribution only, produced by Phoenix Pictures and Original Film and sequel to Urban Legend with TriStar Pictures in 1998
November 3, 2000 Charlie's Angels based on the 1976-1981 television series
November 17, 2000 The 6th Day distribution only, produced by Phoenix Pictures
December 8, 2000 Vertical Limit
December 19, 2000 Finding Forrester
December 25, 2000 All the Pretty Horses co-production with Miramax Films, U.S. distributor
December 25, 2000 An Everlasting Piece co-production with DreamWorks Pictures, Bayahibe Films and Baltimore Spring/Creek Pictures, international distributor
January 19, 2001 The Wedding Planner co-production with Intermedia Films
February 9, 2001 Saving Silverman co-production with Village Roadshow Pictures and Original Film
March 30, 2001 The Tailor of Panama
March 30, 2001 Tomcats distribution, produced by Revolution Studios; first Revolution Studios film[N 9]
April 11, 2001 Joe Dirt co-production with Happy Madison Productions
May 4, 2001 Time and Tide
May 11, 2001 A Knight's Tale
June 1, 2001 The Animal co-production with Revolution Studios and Happy Madison Productions[N 9]
June 8, 2001 Evolution co-production with DreamWorks Pictures and The Montecito Picture Company, international distributor
June 29, 2001 Baby Boy
July 11, 2001 Final Fantasy: The Spirits Within distribution only, co-production with Square Pictures
July 20, 2001 America's Sweethearts distribution, produced by Revolution Studios[N 9]
September 14, 2001 The Glass House co-production with Original Film
September 28, 2001 Glitter Nominee of the Golden Raspberry Award for Worst Picture; International and U.S. home video distributor, co-production with 20th Century Fox
October 19, 2001 Riding in Cars with Boys co-production with Gracie Films
October 26, 2001 Thir13en Ghosts co-production with Warner Bros. and Dark Castle Entertainment, international distributor
November 2, 2001 The One distribution, produced by Revolution Studios [N 9]
December 14, 2001 Not Another Teen Movie co-production with Original Film
December 25, 2001 Ali co-production with Overbrook Entertainment and Peters Entertainment
January 18, 2002 Black Hawk Down distribution, produced by Revolution Studios, Jerry Bruckheimer Films and Scott Free Productions[N 9]
March 29, 2002 Panic Room
April 12, 2002 The Sweetest Thing
May 3, 2002 Spider-Man co-production with Marvel Enterprises and Laura Ziskin Productions
May 10, 2002 The New Guy distribution, produced by Revolution Studios[N 9]
May 24, 2002 Enough co-production with Original Film
June 28, 2002 Mr. Deeds remake of the 1936 film Mr. Deeds Goes to Town; co-production with New Line Cinema, Happy Madison Productions and Out of Blue Entertainment
July 3, 2002 Men in Black II co-production with Amblin Entertainment and MacDonald/Parkes Productions
July 19, 2002 Stuart Little 2 co-production with Red Wagon Productions
July 19, 2002 What to Do in Case of Fire? distribution; DVD film
August 2, 2002 The Master of Disguise distribution, produced by Revolution Studios and Happy Madison Productions[N 9]
August 9, 2002 xXx distribution, produced by Revolution Studios and Original Film[N 9]
September 3, 2002 Kermit's Swamp Years distribution, produced by Jim Henson Home Entertainment
September 13, 2002 Stealing Harvard distribution, produced by Revolution Studios and Imagine Entertainment[N 9]
September 20, 2002 Trapped co-production with Senator Entertainment
November 1, 2002 Punch-Drunk Love U.S. Distribution only, produced by Revolution Studios and New Line Cinema[N 9]
November 1, 2002 I Spy
November 27, 2002 Adam Sandler's Eight Crazy Nights co-production with Happy Madison Productions
December 13, 2002 Maid in Manhattan distribution, produced by Revolution Studios and Red OM Films[N 9]
January 10, 2003 Adaptation co-production with Intermedia Films
January 17, 2003 National Security co-production with Intermedia Films and Outlaw Productions
January 24, 2003 Darkness Falls distribution, produced by Revolution Studios[N 9]
March 7, 2003 Tears of the Sun distribution, produced by Revolution Studios and Cheyenne Enterprises[N 9]
March 28, 2003 Basic U.S. distributor, co-production with Intermedia Films and Phoenix Pictures
April 11, 2003 Anger Management co-production with Happy Madison Productions and Revolution Studios[N 9]
April 25, 2003 Identity
May 9, 2003 Daddy Day Care distribution, produced by Revolution Studios and Davis Entertainment;[N 9] plus TriStar Pictures sequel in 2007
June 13, 2003 Hollywood Homicide distribution, produced by Revolution Studios[N 9]
June 27, 2003 Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle Nominee of the Golden Raspberry Award for Worst Picture; co-production with Flower Films
July 2, 2003 Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines International distribution only; produced by Intermedia Films, Wonderland Sound and Vision, C2 Pictures and The Halcyon Company Warner Bros. Pictures Handled U.S. Distribution.
July 18, 2003 Bad Boys II co-production with Jerry Bruckheimer Films
August 1, 2003 Gigli Winner of the Golden Raspberry Award for Worst Picture; distribution, produced by Revolution Studios, City Light Films and Casey Silver Productions[N 9]
August 8, 2003 S.W.A.T. co-production with Original Film
September 12, 2003 Once Upon a Time in Mexico co-production with Troublemaker Studios and Dimension Films, U.S. distributor
September 26, 2003 The Rundown co-production with Universal Pictures, WWE Films, Misher Films, IM3 Entertainment and Strike Entertainment; international distributor
October 24, 2003 Radio distribution, produced by Revolution Studios[N 9]
November 21, 2003 Gothika co-production with Warner Bros. and Dark Castle Entertainment, international distributor
November 26, 2003 The Missing distribution, produced by Revolution Studios and Imagine Entertainment[N 9]
December 10, 2003 Big Fish co-production with The Zanuck Company
December 12, 2003 Something's Gotta Give co-production with Warner Bros. and Waverly Films, U.S. distributor
December 19, 2003 Mona Lisa Smile distribution, produced by Revolution Studios and Red OM Films
December 25, 2003 Peter Pan co-production with Universal Pictures, Revolution Studios, Red Wagon Entertainment and Allied Stars Productions, international distributor
February 13, 2004 50 First Dates co-production with Happy Madison Productions and Flower Films
March 12, 2004 Secret Window
April 2, 2004 Hellboy distribution, produced by Revolution Studios, Lawrence Gordon Productions and Dark Horse Entertainment[N 9]
April 23, 2004 13 Going on 30 distribution, produced by Revolution Studios[N 9]
April 30, 2004 Envy international distribution only, co-production with DreamWorks Pictures, Castle Rock Entertainment and Baltimore/Spring Creek Pictures
June 23, 2004 White Chicks Nominee of the Golden Raspberry Award for Worst Picture; distribution, produced by Revolution Studios and Wayans Bros.[N 9]
June 30, 2004 Spider-Man 2 co-production with Marvel Enterprises and Laura Ziskin Productions
August 6, 2004 Little Black Book distribution, produced by Revolution Studios[N 9]
August 27, 2004 Anacondas: The Hunt for the Blood Orchid distribution, produced by Screen Gems
September 24, 2004 The Forgotten distribution, produced by Revolution Studios[N 9]
October 22, 2004 The Grudge U.S. distributor, produced by Ghost House Pictures
November 24, 2004 Christmas with the Kranks distribution, produced by Revolution Studios, 1492 Pictures, and Boxing Cat Films[N 9]
December 3, 2004 Closer U.S. distributor; produced by Screen Gems
December 17, 2004 Spanglish co-production with Gracie Films
January 21, 2005 Are We There Yet? distribution only, produced by Revolution Studios and Cube Vision[N 9]
February 11, 2005 Hitch co-production with Overbrook Entertainment
February 25, 2005 Man of the House distribution, produced by Revolution Studios[N 9]
March 25, 2005 Guess Who remake of the 1967 film Guess Who's Coming to Dinner; U.S. distributor, co-production with Regency Enterprises; 20th Century Fox handled international rights
April 22, 2005 Kung Fu Hustle International distribution only, USA distribution handled by Sony Pictures Classics
April 29, 2005 xXx: State of the Union distribution, produced by Revolution Studios and Original Film[N 9]
May 27, 2005 The Longest Yard co-production with Paramount Pictures, Happy Madison Productions, MTV Films and Callahan FilmWorks; international distributor
June 3, 2005 Lords of Dogtown co-production with TriStar Pictures
June 10, 2005 The Adventures of Sharkboy and Lavagirl international distribution only, co-production with Dimension Films and Troublemaker Studios
June 24, 2005 Bewitched based on the 1964-1972 television series; co-production with Douglas Wick/Lucy Fisher
July 29, 2005 Stealth co-production with Original Film and Phoenix Pictures
August 12, 2005 Deuce Bigalow: European Gigolo Nominee of the Golden Raspberry Award for Worst Picture; co-production with Happy Madison Productions and Out of the Blue Entertainment
September 30, 2005 Into the Blue international distribution only; co-production with Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer and Mandalay Pictures
October 14, 2005 Fog distribution, produced by Revolution Studios[N 9]
October 28, 2005 The Legend of Zorro co-production with Spyglass Entertainment and Amblin Entertainment
November 11, 2005 Zathura co-production with Radar Pictures
November 23, 2005 Rent co-production with 1492 Pictures and Revolution Studios[N 9]
November 23, 2005 Yours, Mine & Ours international distribution only; co-production with Paramount Pictures, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Nickelodeon Movies and Robert Simonds, remake of 1968 United Artists film
December 21, 2005 Fun with Dick and Jane remake of the 1977 film, co-production with Imagine Entertainment and JC 23 Entertainment
December 23, 2005 Memoirs of a Geisha USA distribution only, co-production with DreamWorks Pictures, Spyglass Entertainment, Amblin Entertainment and Red Wagon Entertainment
December 25, 2005 The Producers international distribution only; co-production with Universal Pictures and Brooksfilms
February 10, 2006 The Pink Panther co-production with Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer and Robert Simonds Productions
February 17, 2006 Freedomland distribution, produced by Revolution Studios and co-production with Scott Rudin Productions[N 9]
April 7, 2006 The Benchwarmers distribution, produced by Revolution Studios and Happy Madison Productions[N 9]
April 28, 2006 RV co-production with Intermedia Films, Relativity Media, Red Wagon Productions and IMF Productions
May 19, 2006 The Da Vinci Code co-production with Imagine Entertainment and Skylark Productions
June 23, 2006 Click co-production with Revolution Studios and Happy Madison Productions
July 14, 2006 Little Man Nominee of the Golden Raspberry Award for Worst Picture; distribution only, produced by Revolution Studios and Wayans Bros.[N 9]
July 21, 2006 Monster House co-production with ImageMovers, Relativity Media and Amblin Entertainment
August 4, 2006 Talladega Nights: The Ballad of Ricky Bobby co-production with Apatow Company, Mosaic Media Group and Relativity Media
August 11, 2006 Zoom distribution only, produced by Revolution Studios, Team Todd and Boxing Cat Films[N 9]
September 15, 2006 Gridiron Gang co-production with Relativity Media and Original Film
September 22, 2006 All the King's Men remake of the 1949 film; co-production with Phoenix Pictures and Relativity Media
September 29, 2006 Open Season co-production with Sony Pictures Animation
October 13, 2006 The Grudge 2 co-production with Ghost House Pictures
October 20, 2006 Marie Antoinette co-production with American Zoetrope
November 10, 2006 Stranger than Fiction co-production with Mandate Pictures
November 17, 2006 Casino Royale co-production with Eon Productions and Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer
December 8, 2006 The Holiday co-production with Universal Pictures, Relativity Media and Waverly Films; U.S. distributor
December 15, 2006 The Pursuit of Happyness co-production with Relativity Media, Escape Artists and Overbrook Entertainment
December 20, 2006 Rocky Balboa co-production with Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Revolution Studios and Chartoff/Winkler Productions
January 26, 2007 Catch and Release co-production with Relativity Media
February 2, 2007 The Messengers international distribution only, released in USA as Screen Gems, co-production with Ghost House Pictures
February 16, 2007 Ghost Rider co-production with Relativity Media, Crystal Sky Pictures and Marvel Studios[N 10]
March 23, 2007 Reign Over Me co-production with Relativity Media, Madison 23, and Sunlight Productions
April 4, 2007 Are We Done Yet? distribution only, produced by Revolution Studios, RKO Pictures and Cube Vision[N 9]
April 13, 2007 Perfect Stranger distribution only, produced by Revolution Studios[N 9]
May 4, 2007 Spider-Man 3 co-production with Marvel Studios and Laura Ziskin
June 8, 2007 Surf's Up co-production with Sony Pictures Animation
August 17, 2007 Superbad co-production with Apatow Productions
October 12, 2007 Across the Universe distribution only, produced by Revolution Studios[N 9]
October 12, 2007 We Own the Night co-production with 2929 Productions
October 19, 2007 30 Days of Night co-production with Dark Horse Entertainment and Ghost House Pictures
November 9, 2007 Saawariya co-production with SLB Films
December 21, 2007 Walk Hard: The Dewey Cox Story co-production with Relativity Media and Apatow Productions
December 25, 2007 The Water Horse: Legend of the Deep distribution only, produced by Walden Media, Revolution Studios and Beacon Pictures;[N 9] final Revolution Studios film
January 30, 2008 CJ7 International distribution only, USA distribution by Sony Pictures Classics
February 22, 2008 Vantage Point co-production with DiBonaventura Pictures, Relativity Media and Original Film
February 29, 2008 The Other Boleyn Girl co-production with Focus Features, Relativity Media, Scott Rudin Productions and BBC Films; U.S. distributor
March 28, 2008 21 co-production with Relativity Media
May 2, 2008 Made of Honor co-production with Relativity Media and Original Film
June 6, 2008 You Don't Mess with the Zohan co-production with Happy Madison Productions and Relativity Media
July 2, 2008 Hancock co-production with Overbrook Entertainment and Relativity Media
July 25, 2008 Step Brothers co-production with Apatow Productions, Relativity Media, Mosaic Media Group, and Gary Sanchez Productions
August 6, 2008 Pineapple Express co-production with Relativity Media and Apatow Productions
August 22, 2008 The House Bunny co-production with Happy Madison Productions and Relativity Media
October 3, 2008 Nick and Norah's Infinite Playlist co-production with Mandate Pictures
November 14, 2008 Quantum of Solace co-production with Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer and Eon Productions
December 19, 2008 Seven Pounds co-production with Overbrook Entertainment, Relativity Media and Escape Artists
January 16, 2009 Paul Blart: Mall Cop co-production with Happy Madison Productions and Relativity Media
February 6, 2009 The Pink Panther 2 co-production with Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer and Robert Simonds
February 13, 2009 The International co-production with Atlas Entertainment and Relativity Media
May 15, 2009 Angels & Demons co-production with Imagine Entertainment and Skylark Productions
May 21, 2009 Terminator Salvation International distributor, co-production with The Halcyon Company and Wonderland Sound and Vision
June 12, 2009 The Taking of Pelham 1 2 3 co-production with Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Relativity Media, Escape Artists and Scott Free
June 19, 2009 Year One co-production with Apatow Productions
July 24, 2009 The Ugly Truth co-production with Lakeshore Entertainment and Relativity Media
July 31, 2009 Funny People international distribution only; co-production with Universal Pictures, Relativity Media, Madison 23 and Apatow Productions
August 7, 2009 Julie & Julia co-production with Tiger Aspect Pictures
September 18, 2009 Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs co-production with Sony Pictures Animation
October 2, 2009 Zombieland co-production with Relativity Media and Pariah
October 9, 2009 The Damned United UK film; co-production with BBC Films, Left Bank Pictures and Screen Yorkshire
October 28, 2009 Michael Jackson's This Is It co-production with The Michael Jackson Company, LLC and AEG Live
November 13, 2009 2012 co-production with Centropolis Entertainment
December 3, 2009 Jump co-production with Columbia Pictures Film Production Asia Limited, The Star Oversea Ltd. and China Film Group Corporation
December 18, 2009 Did You Hear About the Morgans? co-production with Relativity Media, Castle Rock Entertainment and Banter Films

2010s[edit]

Release Date Title Notes
March 19, 2010 The Bounty Hunter Nominee of the Golden Raspberry Award for Worst Picture; co-production with Original Film and Relativity Media
April 14, 2010 Cemetery Junction UK film
June 11, 2010 The Karate Kid co-production with Overbrook Entertainment and Jerry Weintraub Productions
June 25, 2010 Grown Ups co-production with Happy Madison Productions
July 23, 2010 Salt co-production with Relativity Media
August 6, 2010 The Other Guys co-production with Gary Sanchez Productions and Mosaic Media Group
August 13, 2010 Eat Pray Love co-production with Plan B Entertainment
September 3, 2010 Machete As Sony Pictures Releasing International; International distribution only, produced by Hyde Park Entertainment, Troublemaker Studios, and Overnight Films; 20th Century Fox handles North American distribution
September 24, 2010 The Virginity Hit co-production with Gary Sanchez Productions
October 1, 2010 The Social Network Nominee for the Academy Award for Best Picture; Winner of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Drama; co-production with Relativity Media and Scott Rudin Productions
December 10, 2010 The Tourist international distribution only; co-production with StudioCanal, Spyglass Entertainment and GK Films
December 17, 2010 How Do You Know co-production with Gracie Films
January 14, 2011 The Green Hornet co-production with Original Film
February 11, 2011 Just Go with It co-production with Happy Madison Productions
March 11, 2011 Battle: Los Angeles co-production with Original Film and Relativity Media
June 24, 2011 Bad Teacher co-production with Mosaic Media Group and Radar Pictures
July 8, 2011 Zookeeper co-production with Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Happy Madison Productions, Broken Road and Hey Eddie
July 29, 2011 The Smurfs co-production with Sony Pictures Animation and Kerner Entertainment Company
August 12, 2011 30 Minutes or Less co-production with Media Rights Capital and Red Hour
September 9, 2011 Bucky Larson: Born to Be a Star Nominee of the Golden Raspberry Award for Worst Picture; co-production with Happy Madison Productions
September 16, 2011 Restless co-production with Imagine Entertainment and Sony Pictures Classics
September 23, 2011 Moneyball Nominee for the Academy Award for Best Picture; Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Drama; USA distribution only; co-production with Scott Rudin and Michael De Luca
October 7, 2011 The Ides of March USA distribution only, co-production with Cross Creek Pictures, Exclusive Media Group, Smoke House Pictures and Appian Way Productions
October 28, 2011 Anonymous co-production with Relativity Media and Centropolis Entertainment
November 11, 2011 Jack and Jill Winner of the Golden Raspberry Award for Worst Picture; co-production with Happy Madison Productions and Broken Road Productions
November 23, 2011 Arthur Christmas co-production with Sony Pictures Animation and Aardman Animations
December 20, 2011 The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo co-production with Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Scott Rudin Productions and Yellow Bird Films
December 21, 2011 The Adventures of Tintin: The Secret of the Unicorn international distribution only; co-production with Paramount Pictures, Nickelodeon Movies, Amblin Entertainment, WingNut Films, The Kennedy/Marshall Company and Hemisphere Media Capital
February 17, 2012 Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance U.S. distribution only; co-production with Warner Bros. Pictures, Michael De Luca, Hyde Park Entertainment, Imagenation Abu Dhabi, Crystal Sky Pictures and Marvel Entertainment[N 10]
March 16, 2012 21 Jump Street co-production with Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Relativity Media, Original Film and Cannell Studios
April 27, 2012 The Pirates! In an Adventure with Scientists! AKA The Pirates! Band of Misfits; co-production with Sony Pictures Animation and Aardman Animations
May 25, 2012 Men in Black 3 co-production with Amblin Entertainment, Hemisphere Media Capital and P+M Imagenation
June 15, 2012 That's My Boy Nominee of the Golden Raspberry Award for Worst Picture; co-production with Happy Madison Productions
July 3, 2012 The Amazing Spider-Man co-production with Marvel Entertainment and Laura Ziskin
August 3, 2012 Total Recall co-production with Relativity Media and Original Film
August 8, 2012 Hope Springs co-production with Mandate Pictures, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Escape Artists and Film 360
August 24, 2012 Premium Rush co-production with Pariah
September 28, 2012 Hotel Transylvania co-production with Sony Pictures Animation
October 12, 2012 Here Comes the Boom co-production with Happy Madison Productions and Broken Road Productions
November 9, 2012 Skyfall co-production with Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer and Eon Productions
December 19, 2012 Zero Dark Thirty Nominee for the Academy Award for Best Picture; Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Drama; USA distribution only; co-production with Relativity Media and Annapurna Pictures; Universal Pictures held international rights
December 25, 2012 Django Unchained Nominee for the Academy Award for Best Picture; Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Drama; international distribution only; co-production with The Weinstein Company and A Band Apart
May 31, 2013 After Earth Nominee of the Golden Raspberry Award for Worst Picture; co-production with Overbrook Entertainment and Blinding Edge Pictures
June 12, 2013 This Is the End co-production with Mandate Pictures and Point Grey Pictures
June 28, 2013 White House Down co-production with Centropolis Entertainment and Mythology Entertainment
July 12, 2013 Grown Ups 2 Nominee of the Golden Raspberry Award for Worst Picture; co-production with Happy Madison Productions
July 31, 2013 The Smurfs 2 co-production with Sony Pictures Animation, Kerner Entertainment Company and Hemisphere Media Capital
September 27, 2013 Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs 2 co-production with Sony Pictures Animation
October 11, 2013 Captain Phillips Nominee for the Academy Award for Best Picture; Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Drama; co-production with Relativity Media, Scott Rudin Productions and Michael De Luca Productions
December 20, 2013 American Hustle Nominee for the Academy Award for Best Picture; USA distribution only; co production with Annapurna Pictures and Atlas Entertainment
February 7, 2014 The Monuments Men[2] USA distribution only; co-production with 20th Century Fox, Fox 2000 Pictures, Studio Babelsberg and Smokehouse Pictures
February 12, 2014 RoboCop co-production with Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer and Strike Entertainment
May 2, 2014 The Amazing Spider-Man 2 co-production with Marvel Entertainment, K/O Paper Products and Ingenious Film Partners
June 13, 2014 22 Jump Street co-production with Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Original Film, Ingenious Film Partners and Cannell Studios
July 18, 2014 Sex Tape co-production with Escape Artists
September 26, 2014 The Equalizer co-production with Escape Artists, Village Roadshow Pictures, Mace Neufeld Productions and Lstar Capital
October 17, 2014 Fury co-production with QED International and Ingenious Film Partners
December 19, 2014 Annie co-production with Overbrook Entertainment and Village Roadshow Pictures
December 25, 2014 The Interview co-production with Point Grey Pictures and Lstar Capital
March 6, 2015 Chappie[3] co-production with Media Rights Capital
April 17, 2015 Paul Blart: Mall Cop 2 co-production with Happy Madison Productions
May 29, 2015 Aloha U.S. distribution only; International distribution by 20th Century Fox; co-production with Regency Enterprises, LStar Capital, Vinyl Films and RatPac Entertainment
July 24, 2015 Pixels[4] co-production with LStar Capital, Happy Madison Productions and 1492 Pictures

Upcoming films[edit]

Release Date Title Notes
September 25, 2015 Hotel Transylvania 2 co-production with Sony Pictures Animation and LStar Capital
October 16, 2015 Goosebumps co-production with Sony Pictures Animation, Village Roadshow Pictures, Original Film, and Scholastic
November 6, 2015 Spectre co-production with Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer and Eon Productions
November 25, 2015 The Night Before co-production with Point Grey Pictures and Good Universe
December 25, 2015 Concussion co-production with Village Roadshow Pictures, Scott Free Productions and The Shuman Company
2016 Kitchen Sink
January 15, 2016 The 5th Wave co-production with Village Roadshow Pictures, GK Films and Material Pictures
March 4, 2016 Grimsby co-production with Village Roadshow Pictures and Four by Two films
May 20, 2016 The Angry Birds Movie co-production with Sony Pictures Imageworks and Rovio Entertainment
June 24, 2016 The Shallows
July 15, 2016 Ghostbusters
August 12, 2016 Sausage Party co-production with Point Grey Pictures, Annapurna Pictures, and Nitrogen Studios Canada
September 23, 2016 The Magnificent Seven co-production with Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer
October 14, 2016 Inferno co-production with Imagine Entertainment and Skylark Productions
December 21, 2016 Passengers co-production with Sunrize Productions
December 25, 2016 Jumanji
January 13, 2017 The Dark Tower co-production with Media Rights Capital
February 17, 2017 Bad Boys 3 co-production with Jerry Bruckheimer Films
March 31, 2017 Get Smurfy co-production with Sony Pictures Animation
June 2, 2017 Barbie co-production with Escape Artists, LStar Capital and Mattel Inc.
June 30, 2017 Uncharted
July 28, 2017 Untitled Spider-Man reboot co-production with Marvel Studios
September 29, 2017 The Equalizer 2 co-production with Village Roadshow Pictures and Escape Artists
December 8, 2017 The Lamb co-production with Sony Pictures Animation
July 20, 2018 Spider-Man animated film co-production with Marvel Entertainment
July 3, 2019 Bad Boys 4

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Notes[edit]

  1. ^ a b Rights are now held by Paramount Pictures.
  2. ^ a b This film is now in the public domain.
  3. ^ Rights are now held by The Samuel Goldwyn, Jr. Family Trust.
  4. ^ a b c d Rights now belong to Warner Bros.
  5. ^ a b c d e f g h i Rights now owned by MGM
  6. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m Currently distributed by MGM in North America
  7. ^ Home video distribution handled by MGM and TV distribution through Warner Bros.
  8. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y Currently distributed by Warner Bros.
  9. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z aa ab ac ad ae af ag ah ai aj ak al rights now owned by Revolution Studios
  10. ^ a b Rights now owned by The Walt Disney Company.