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This is a list of films produced and/or distributed by the U.S. film studio 20th Century Fox Film Corporation in the 20th century (1901–2000). The company was founded on May 31, 1935 as a merger between Fox Film Corporation (1915–1935) and 20th Century Pictures (1933–1936).

For the films released in the 21st century, see List of 20th Century Fox films (2001-present).

1910sEdit

1920sEdit

1930sEdit

Film Title Release Date Notes
City Girl January 7, 1938
Tarzan's Revenge January 7, 1938
Change of Heart January 14, 1938
Hawaiian Buckaroo January 14, 1938
Happy Landing January 23, 1938
International Settlement February 4, 1938
The Baroness and the Butler February 18, 1938
Love on a Budget March 4, 1938
Sally, Irene and Mary March 4, 1938
Walking Down Broadway March 11, 1938
Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm March 18, 1938
Island in the Sky April 1, 1938
Mr. Moto's Gamble April 7, 1938
Rawhide April 8, 1938
Battle of Broadway April 22, 1938
Four Men and a Prayer April 29, 1938
A Trip to Paris May 6, 1938
Kentucky Moonshine May 20, 1938
Rascals May 20, 1938
Kidnapped May 27, 1938
Safety in Numbers May 30, 1938
Josette June 3, 1938
Speed to Burn June 7, 1938
One Wild Night June 10, 1938
Three Blind Mice June 18, 1938
Mr. Moto Takes a Chance June 24, 1938
Always Goodbye July 1, 1938
We're Going to Be Rich July 3, 1938
Panamint's Bad Man July 8, 1938
Passport Husband July 15, 1938
I'll Give a Million July 22, 1938
Little Miss Broadway July 29, 1938
Gateway August 5, 1938
Keep Smiling August 12, 1938
Alexander's Ragtime Band August 16, 1938
My Lucky Star September 9, 1938
Hold That Co-ed September 16, 1938
Mysterious Mr. Moto September 25, 1938
Straight, Place and Show September 30, 1938
Meet the Girls October 7, 1938
Down on the Farm October 11, 1938
Five of a Kind October 14, 1938
Mysterious Mr. Moto October 14, 1938
Always in Trouble October 28, 1938
Suez October 28, 1938
Just Around the Corner November 11, 1938
Sharpshooters November 18, 1938
Submarine Patrol November 25, 1938
Climbing High December 1, 1938
Road Demon December 2, 1938
Up the River December 9, 1938
Thanks for Everything December 23, 1938
Kentucky December 30, 1938
While New York Sleeps January 6, 1939
Charlie Chan in Honolulu January 13, 1939
Mr. Moto's Last Warning January 20, 1939
Jesse James Template:Blue ribbon January 27, 1939
The Arizona Wildcat February 11, 1939
The Three Musketeers February 17, 1939
Smiling Along February 19, 1939
Tail Spin February 19, 1939
Pardon Our Nerve February 24, 1939
Stagecoach March 2, 1939
Wife, Husband and Friend March 3, 1939
Inside Story March 10, 1939
The Little Princess* Template:Blue ribbon March 17, 1939
Everybody's Baby March 24, 1939
Winner Take All March 30, 1939
The Hound of the Baskervilles March 31, 1939
Mr. Moto in Danger Island April 7, 1939
The Story of Alexander Graham Bell April 14, 1939
Return of the Cisco Kid April 28, 1939
Chasing Danger May 5, 1939
Rose of Washington Square May 5, 1939
Boy Friend May 19, 1939
The Gorilla May 26, 1939
The Jones Family in Hollywood June 2, 1939
It Could Happen to You June 8, 1939
Young Mr. Lincoln June 9, 1939
Inspector Hornleigh June 14, 1939
Charlie Chan in Reno June 16, 1939
Susannah of the Mounties June 23, 1939
Second Fiddle June 30, 1939
Mr. Moto Takes a Vacation July 7, 1939
News Is Made Every Night July 21, 1939
Frontier Marshal July 28, 1939
The Ware Case July 31, 1939
Hotel for Women August 4, 1939
Chicken Wagon Family August 11, 1939
Stanley and Livingstone August 18, 1939
Quick Millions August 25, 1939
The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes September 1, 1939
Charlie Chan at Treasure Island September 8, 1939
The Rains Came September 15, 1939
Stop, Look and Love September 22, 1939
Here I Am a Stranger September 29, 1939
The Great Commandment October 2, 1939
The Escape October 6, 1939
Hollywood Cavalcade October 13, 1939
Pack Up Your Troubles October 20, 1939
20,000 Men a Year October 27, 1939
Heaven with a Barbed Wire Fence November 3, 1939
Drums Along the Mohawk November 10, 1939
Too Busy to Work November 17, 1939
Day-Time Wife November 24, 1939
Charlie Chan in City in Darkness December 1, 1939
Inspector Hornleigh on Holiday December 1, 1939
Barricade December 8, 1939
The Honeymoon's Over December 14, 1939
Everything Happens at Night December 22, 1939
The Cisco Kid and the Lady December 29, 1939

1940sEdit

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

1950sEdit

Film Title Release Date Notes
When Willie Comes Marching Home February 17, 1950
Dakota Lil February 17, 1950
Three Came Home February 20, 1950
Mother Didn't Tell Me March 3, 1950
Under My Skin March 17, 1950
Wabash Avenue March 31, 1950
Cheaper by the Dozen April 17, 1950
The Big Lift April 26, 1950
A Ticket to Tomahawk May 19, 1950
Love That Brute June 6, 1950
Night and the City June 9, 1950
Panic in the Streets June 12, 1950
The Gunfighter June 23, 1950
Where the Sidewalk Ends June 26, 1950
Stella July 20, 1950
Broken Arrow July 21, 1950
The Cariboo Trail August 1, 1950
No Way Out August 16, 1950
The Black Rose September 1, 1950
Farewell to Yesterday September 2, 1950
My Blue Heaven September 15, 1950
The Glass Menagerie September 28, 1950
Mister 880 September 29, 1950
I'll Get By October 2, 1950
Two Flags West October 12, 1950
All About Eve October 13, 1950 Winner of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
The Jackpot November 1, 1950
American Guerrilla in the Philippines November 8, 1950
The Fireball November 9, 1950
The Mudlark November 28, 1950
For Heaven's Sake December 15, 1950
The Man Who Cheated Himself December 26, 1950
Halls of Montezuma January 4, 1951
Call Me Mister January 31, 1951
Of Men and Music February 14, 1951
I'd Climb the Highest Mountain February 17, 1951
The 13th Letter February 21, 1951
You're in the Navy Now February 23, 1951
I'll Get You for This March 3, 1951
The Sword of Monte Cristo March 3, 1951
Fourteen Hours March 6, 1951
Bird of Paradise March 14, 1951
Rawhide March 25, 1951
Dieu a besoin des hommes March 26, 1951
I Can Get It for You Wholesale April 5, 1951
On the Riviera April 20, 1951
Follow the Sun April 25, 1951
Half Angel May 5, 1951
The House on Telegraph Hill May 12, 1951
The Frogmen June 29, 1951
Take Care of My Little Girl July 18, 1951
Mr. Belvedere Rings the Bell August 1, 1951
As Young as You Feel August 2, 1951
The Secret of Convict Lake August 3, 1951
David and Bathsheba August 10, 1951
Meet Me After the Show August 15, 1951
The Guy Who Came Back August 16, 1951
People Will Talk August 29, 1951
A Millionaire for Christy September 2, 1951
No Highway in the Sky September 21, 1951
Journey Into Light September 28, 1951
The Day the Earth Stood Still September 28, 1951
Love Nest October 10, 1951
The Desert Fox: The Story of Rommel October 17, 1951
Anne of the Indies October 18, 1951
The Model and the Marriage Broker November 1951
Golden Girl November 1, 1951
Let's Make It Legal November 6, 1951
Fixed Bayonets! November 20, 1951
Elopement November 23, 1951
The Girl on the Bridge December 1951
I'll Never Forget You December 7, 1951
Decision Before Dawn December 21, 1951 Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
Red Skies of Montana January 23, 1952
Rose of Cimarron January 28, 1952
Japanese War Bride January 29, 1952
Phone Call from a Stranger February 1, 1952
Viva Zapata! February 7, 1952
Return of the Texan February 13, 1952
5 Fingers February 22, 1952
Deadline - U.S.A. March 14, 1952
With a Song in My Heart April 4, 1952 Winner of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy.
The Pride of St. Louis May 2, 1952
Belles on Their Toes May 2, 1952
The Outcasts of Poker Flat May 16, 1952
Kangaroo May 16, 1952
Lydia Bailey June 2, 1952
Diplomatic Courier June 13, 1952
Wait Till the Sun Shines, Nellie June 27, 1952
Lady in the Iron Mask July 4, 1952
We're Not Married! July 11, 1952
Don't Bother to Knock July 18, 1952
What Price Glory? July 25, 1952
Dreamboat July 26, 1952
O. Henry's Full House August 7, 1952
Les Miserables August 14, 1952
Monkey Business September 5, 1952
The Snows of Kilimanjaro September 17, 1952
Night Without Sleep September 26, 1952
My Wife's Best Friend October 10, 1952
Way of a Gaucho October 16, 1952
The Steel Trap November 12, 1952
Bloodhounds of Broadway November 14, 1952
Something for the Birds November 14, 1952
The Thief of Venice November 27, 1952
My Pal Gus December 1, 1952
The Star

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Pony Soldier December 19, 1952
Stars and Stripes Forever December 22, 1952 Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy.
My Cousin Rachel December 24, 1952
Ruby Gentry December 25, 1952
The I Don't Care Girl January 14, 1953
Niagara January 21, 1953
Taxi January 21, 1953
Tonight We Sing January 26, 1953
The Silver Whip February 1953
Treasure of the Golden Condor February 4, 1953
Down Among the Sheltering Palms March 1, 1953
Destination Gobi March 20, 1953
Call Me Madam March 25, 1953
Man on a Tightrope April 1, 1953
Titanic April 18, 1953
Invaders from Mars April 22, 1953
The Seven Deadly Sins May 11, 1953
The Girl Next Door May 13, 1953
The Desert Rats May 8, 1953
The Glory Brigade May 20, 1953
The President's Lady May 21, 1953
Powder River June 8, 1953
The Farmer Takes a Wife June 12, 1953
Pickup on South Street June 17, 1953
The Kid from Left Field July 1953
White Witch Doctor July 1, 1953
Gentlemen Prefer Blondes July 18, 1953
A Blueprint for Murder July 24, 1953
Sailor of the King July 25, 1953
Dangerous Crossing August 1953
Inferno August 12, 1953
Mister Scoutmaster September 2, 1953
Vicki September 7, 1953
City of Bad Men September 11, 1953
The Robe September 16, 1953 Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
Winner of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Drama.
Thy Neighbor's Wife September 23, 1953
How to Marry a Millionaire November 5, 1953
Man Crazy December 2, 1953
Beneath the 12-Mile Reef December 2, 1953
King of the Khyber Rifles December 22, 1953
Man in the Attic December 23, 1953
Miss Robin Crusoe 1954
Three Young Texans January 1954
Hell and High Water February 6, 1954
Racing Blood March 3, 1954
New Faces March 6, 1954
Night People March 12, 1954
The Rocket Man April 1954
Prince Valiant April 5, 1954
River of No Return April 30, 1954
Gorilla at Large May 1954
Siege at Red River May 1, 1954
Out of This World May 4, 1954
The Barefoot Battalion May 28, 1954
Three Coins in the Fountain June 2, 1954 Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
Princess of the Nile June 11, 1954
Demetrius and the Gladiators June 18, 1954
The Royal Tour of Queen Elizabeth and Philip June 21, 1954
Garden of Evil July 9, 1954
The Raid August 4, 1954
The Gambler from Natchez August 4, 1954
The Egyptian August 24, 1954
Broken Lance September 25, 1954
Woman's World September 30, 1954
The Adventures of Hajji Baba October 1, 1954
Carmen Jones October 28, 1954 Winner of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy.
Black Widow October 28, 1954
Outlaw's Daughter November 1, 1954
Black 13 November 7, 1954
Desiree November 17, 1954
The Other Woman December 2, 1954
Devil's Harbor December 7, 1954
There's No Business Like Show Business December 16, 1954
Prince of Players January 11, 1955
The Racers February 4, 1955
White Feather February 16, 1955
Untamed March 1, 1955
A Man Called Peter March 31, 1955
Violent Saturday April 1955
Daddy Long Legs May 5, 1955
That Lady May 11, 1955
Green Magic May 16, 1955
Our Girl Friday May 17, 1955
The Magnificent Matador May 24, 1955
Soldier of Fortune May 27, 1955
Angela June 3, 1955
The Seven Year Itch June 3, 1955
House of Bamboo July 1, 1955
A Life in the Balance July 1, 1955
The Virgin Queen July 22, 1955
How to Be Very, Very Popular July 22, 1955
Love Is a Many-Splendored Thing August 18, 1955 Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
The Left Hand of God September 21, 1955
Seven Cities of Gold September 21, 1955
The Tall Men September 22, 1955
The Girl in the Red Velvet Swing October 1, 1955
Oklahoma! October 11, 1955
The Deep Blue Sea October 13, 1955
The View from Pompey's Head November 4, 1955
Good Morning, Miss Dove November 23, 1955
The Rains of Ranchipur December 14, 1955
The Lieutenant Wore Skirts January 11, 1956
The Bottom of the Bottle February 1, 1956
Carousel February 16, 1956
On the Threshold of Space March 29, 1956
Mohawk April 1, 1956
The Man Who Never Was April 3, 1956
The Proud Ones May 1956
The Man in the Gray Flannel Suit May 8, 1956
Hilda Crane May 8, 1956
The Revolt of Mamie Stover May 11, 1956
23 Paces to Baker Street May 18, 1956
D-Day the Sixth of June May 29, 1956
Abdullah's Harem June 1956
Massacre June 1, 1956
Smiley June 12, 1956
The King and I June 28, 1956 Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
Winner of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy.
Bigger Than Life August 2, 1956
The Queen of Babylon August 10, 1956
Bus Stop August 31, 1956 Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy.
The Last Wagon September 21, 1956
The Best Things in Life Are Free September 28, 1956
Between Heaven and Hell October 11, 1956
The Desperados Are in Town November 1956
Teenage Rebel November 1, 1956
Love Me Tender November 15, 1956
Three Brave Men December 1956
The Women of Pitcairn Island December 1956
The Black Whip December 1956
The Girl Can't Help It December 1, 1956
Stagecoach to Fury December 13, 1956
Anastasia December 13, 1956
The Quiet Gun January 1957
Oh, Men! Oh, Women! February 22, 1957
The Storm Rider March 1957
Lost Continent March 11, 1957
Heaven Knows, Mr. Allison March 13, 1957
Break in the Circle April 1957
The Adaptive Ultimate April 1957
Kronos April 1957
The River's Edge April 11, 1957
Oasis April 17, 1957
Boy on a Dolphin April 19, 1957
The Restless Breed May 1957
Lure of the Swamp May 1957
Desk Set May 1, 1957
Badlands of Montana May 1, 1957
The Way to the Gold May 10, 1957
The True Story of Jesse James May 22, 1957
China Gate May 22, 1957
The Wayward Bus May 27, 1957
Two Grooms for a Bride June 1957
Island in the Sun June 12, 1957
The Abductors July 1957
God Is My Partner July 1957
Apache Warrior July 1957
An Affair to Remember July 11, 1957
A Hatful of Rain July 17, 1957 Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Drama.
Bernardine July 24, 1957
Will Success Spoil Rock Hunter? July 29, 1957
Hell on Devil's Island August 1957
The Unknown Terror August 12, 1957
Back from the Dead August 12, 1957
The Sun Also Rises August 23, 1957
Forty Guns September 1957
Copper Sky September 1957
The Deerslayer September 10, 1957
Under Fire September 23, 1957
The Three Faces of Eve September 23, 1957
The Abominable Snowman October 1957
Ghost Diver October 1957
Sea Wife October 16, 1957
Young and Dangerous October 30, 1957
Rockabilly Baby October 30, 1957
No Down Payment October 30, 1957
Ride a Violent Mile November 24, 1957
April Love November 27, 1957
Escape from Red Rock December 1957
Plunder Road December 5, 1957
Kiss Them for Me December 10, 1957
Peyton Place December 13, 1957 Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
A Farewell to Arms December 14, 1957
The Enemy Below December 25, 1967
Stopover Tokyo December 26, 1957
Beautiful But Dangerous February 5, 1958
The Gift of Love February 11, 1958
Sing, Boy, Sing February 21, 1958
Diamond Safari February 21, 1958
Count Five and Die March 1958
Ambush at Cimarron Pass March 1958
South Pacific March 19, 1958 Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Musical.
The Return of Dracula April 1958
Blood Arrow April 1, 1958
The Young Lions April 2, 1958
The Long, Hot Summer April 3, 1958
Thundering Jets May 1958
Showdown at Boot Hill May 1, 1958
Ten North Frederick May 22, 1958
The Naked Earth June 1958
Space Master X-7 June 1958
From Hell to Texas June 1, 1958
Fraulein June 8, 1958
The Bravados June 25, 1958
Desert Hell June 25, 1958
Wolf Dog July 1958
Sierra Baron July 1958
Gang War July 1958
Prescription for Murder July 23, 1958
A Certain Smile July 31, 1958
The Fiend Who Walked the West August 1, 1958
Flaming Frontier August 1, 1958
The Hunters August 26, 1958
The Fly August 29, 1958
Harry Black and the Tiger September 18, 1958
The Barbarian and the Geisha September 30, 1958
Villa!! October 1958
The Roots of Heaven October 16, 1958
In Love and War October 31, 1958
Mardi Gras November 18, 1958
Frontier Gun December 1, 1958
A Nice Little Bank That Should Be Robbed December 1, 1958
The Inn of the Sixth Happiness December 11, 1958
Rally 'Round the Flag, Boys! December 23, 1958
I Mobster January 1959
Alaska Passage February 11, 1959
The Remarkable Mr. Pennypacker February 20, 1959
The Sad Horse March 1959
Little Savage March 1959
Lone Texan March 1, 1959
The Sheriff of Fractured Jaw March 14, 1959
A Dog of Flanders March 17, 1959
The Diary of Anne Frank March 18, 1959 Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Drama.
The Sound and the Fury March 27, 1959
Intent to Kill March 31, 1959
The Little Savage March 1959
Compulsion April 1, 1959
Warlock April 1, 1959
Smiley Gets a Gun April 30, 1959
These Thousand Hills May 6, 1959
Woman Obsessed May 27, 1959
Here Come the Jets June 1959
Three Murderesses June 8, 1959
Say One for Me June 19, 1959
The Son of Robin Hood July 1959
The Alligator People July 1959
Return of the Fly July 1959
Holiday for Lovers July 24, 1959
The Miracle of the Hills July 27, 1959
Blue Denim July 30, 1959
A Private's Affair August 14, 1959
The Oregon Trail September 1959
The Blue Angel September 4, 1959
Five Gates to Hell September 23, 1959
The Man Who Understood Women October 2, 1959
The Best of Everything October 9, 1959
Hound-Dog Man November 1959
Beloved Infidel November 17, 1959
Blood and Steel December 1959
Journey to the Center of the Earth December 16, 1959

1960sEdit

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

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

1970sEdit

Film Title Release Date Notes Budget Gross
The Only Game in Town January 21, 1970 $10,235,000 $1.5 million
MASH January 25, 1970 Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
Winner of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy.
$3,025,000 $81,600,000
The Kremlin Letter February 1, 1970 $6,095,000
The Sicilian Clan March 29, 1970 $4,170,000 $1 million
Patton April 2, 1970 Winner of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Drama.
$12,625,000 $61,749,765
The Girl Who Couldn't Say No May 13, 1970
Beneath the Planet of the Apes May 26, 1970 $4,675,000 $18,999,718
Beyond the Valley of the Dolls June 17, 1970 $900,000-$2,090,000 $9,000,000
Myra Breckinridge June 24, 1970 $5.385 million $4 million
The Games July 9, 1970 $4,895,000
Hello-Goodbye July 12, 1970 $4.4 million
Move July 31, 1970 $2,785,000
Tora! Tora! Tora! September 23, 1970 $25,485,000 $29,548,291
Cover Me Babe October 1, 1970
The Great White Hope October 11, 1970 $9.87 million
Little Murders February 9, 1971 $1,340,000 $1,500,000
Vanishing Point March 13, 1971 $1,585,000 $12,442,673
Making It! March 21, 1971
B.S. I Love You March 31, 1971
The Mephisto Waltz April 9, 1971
Celebration at Big Sur April 9, 1971
The Panic in Needle Park May 9, 1971 $1,645,000
Escape from the Planet of the Apes May 21, 1971 $2,060,000 $12,348,905
Walkabout July 1, 1971
The Seven Minutes July 23, 1971 $2,415,000
The Marriage of a Young Stockbroker August 19, 1971 $2,230,000
The French Connection October 9, 1971 Winner of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Drama.
Journey to Midnight November 1971
Made for Each Other December 12, 1971 $1.5 million
The Darwin Adventure 1972
Blindman January 12, 1972
The Hot Rock January 26, 1972 $4,895,000 $3.5 million
Sans mobile apparent February 19, 1972
The Concert for Bangladesh March 23, 1972 $2.5 million
The Culpepper Cattle Co. April 16, 1972 $1 million $1.25 million
The Other May 23, 1972 $2,250,000 $3.5 million
Fillmore June 14, 1972
What Became of Jack and Jill? June 16, 1972
The Strange Vengeance of Rosalie June 16, 1972
Conquest of the Planet of the Apes June 30, 1972 $1.7 million $9,700,000
To Kill a Clown August 23, 1972
The Salzburg Connection August 30, 1972 $1,955,000
Welcome Home, Soldier Boys September 8, 1972
Sounder September 24, 1972 Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture. $900,000 $16,889,761
Vampire Circus October 11, 1972
When the Legends Die October 19, 1972
The Discreet Charm of the Bourgeoisie October 22, 1972 $800,000
Trouble Man November 1, 1972
La course du lievre a travers les champs November 29, 1972
Sleuth December 10, 1972 Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Drama. $5 million $5,750,000
The Poseidon Adventure December 13, 1972 Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Drama. $4.7 million $93,300,000
The Heartbreak Kid December 17, 1972 $5,600,000
The Effect of Gamma Rays on the Man-in-the-Moon Marigolds December 20, 1972
Gospel Road: A Story of Jesus March 1973
Ace Eli and Rodger of the Skies April 1, 1973 $3,350,000
Emperor of the North Pole May 23, 1973 $3,705,000 $2 million
The Legend of Hell House June 15, 1973 $2.5 million
Battle for the Planet of the Apes June 15, 1973 $1,710,000 $8,844,595
The Last American Hero July 27, 1973 $2,130,000 $1,250,000
The Neptune Factor August 3, 1973 $2.5 million $2,750,000
Gordon's War August 9, 1973 $1.6 million $1,250,000
Kid Blue September 29, 1973 $2 million
The Paper Chase October 16, 1973 $3,600,000
Hex October 1973
The Seven-Ups December 14, 1973 $2,425,000 $4.1 million
Cinderella Liberty December 18, 1973 Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Drama. $2,465,000 $3.7 million
The Laughing Policeman December 20, 1973 $2,280,000 $1,750,000
Zardoz February 6, 1974 $1,570,000 $1.8 million
Conrack March 27, 1974 $2.37 million $2 million
The Three Musketeers March 29, 1974 Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy[N 2] $10.1 million
Claudine April 22, 1974 $6 million
Dirty Mary Crazy Larry May 17, 1974 $1.14 million $28,401,735
S*P*Y*S June 28, 1974 $4,550,000
The Mad Adventures of Rabbi Jacob July 17, 1974
Together Brothers August 7, 1974
Harry and Tonto August 12, 1974 Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy. $980,000 $4.6 million
99 and 44/100% Dead August 29, 1974
11 Harrowhouse September 26, 1974
The Crazy World of Julius Vrooder October 18, 1974 $1.7 million
The Phantom of Liberty October 27, 1974
Phantom of the Paradise October 31, 1974 $1.3 million
The House on Skull Mountain October 1974
The Towering Inferno December 14, 1974 US distribution only; co-production with Warner Bros.
Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
$14,265,000 $139,700,000
Young Frankenstein December 15, 1974 $2.78 million $86,273,333
The Nickel Ride January 15, 1975 $1.4 million
The Four Musketeers February 26, 1975 Distribution only[N 2] $8,760,000
At Long Last Love March 1, 1975 $5.14 million $2.5 million
Ransom March 13, 1975 $1.5 million
Capone April 16, 1975 $970,000 $2 million
French Connection II May 21, 1975 $4,340,000 $12,484,444
W.W. and the Dixie Dancekings May 21, 1975 $2,805,000 $17,000,000
Race with the Devil June 1975 $1,745,000 $12,000,000
The Man from Hong Kong August 1975
Tarzoon, la honte de la jungle September 4, 1975 Distribution in France only
The Rocky Horror Picture Show September 26, 1975 $1.4 million $175,000,000
Black Moon September 30, 1975
Royal Flash October 10, 1975 $4,040,000
Whiffs

[N 3]|| October 15, 1975 || || ||

Down the Ancient Staircase October 17, 1975
Take a Hard Ride October 29, 1975
The Adventure of Sherlock Holmes' Smarter Brother December 14, 1975 $2,805,000 $20,000,000
Lucky Lady December 25, 1975 $13 million $24,441,725
Survival 1976
Hugo the Hippo January 23, 1976 $1 million
Peeper January 1976 $2,325,000
Profumo di donna January 25, 1976
Next Stop, Greenwich Village February 4, 1976 $1,060,000
I Will, I Will... for Now

[N 3]|| February 18, 1976 || || ||$1,740,000

Sky Riders March 26, 1976 $1,730,000
The Duchess and the Dirtwater Fox April 1, 1976 $4,590,000 $4,120,000
The Blue Bird April 5, 1976 $12 million $3.5 million
End of the Game May 12, 1976
Mother, Jugs & Speed May 26, 1976 $3,220,000 $7,630,000
The Last Hard Men June 1, 1976
Breaking Point June 2, 1976
Silent Movie June 16, 1976 Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy. $4,055,000 $36,145,695
The Omen June 25, 1976 $2.8 million $60,922,980
Moving Violation July 1976
The Sunday Woman September 26, 1976
Alex & the Gypsy October 3, 1976
Fighting Mad October 8, 1976 $600,000
All This and World War II November 12, 1976 $1.3 million
Kenny & Company November 1976
Silver Streak December 3, 1976 $6.5 million $51,079,064
Wizards February 9, 1977 $2 million $9,000,000
Mr. Billion March 3, 1977 $4,590,000 $1,300,000
Raggedy Ann & Andy: A Musical Adventure April 1, 1977 $4 million $1,350,000
3 Women April 3, 1977 $1,500,000 million
Le sauvage April 1977
Star Wars May 25, 1977 co-production with Lucasfilm[N 4]
Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Drama.
$11 million $775,398,007
The Other Side of Midnight June 8, 1977 $9 million $24,652,021
Fire Sale June 9, 1977 $1.5 million
The Black Pearl August 1977
Thunder and Lightning August 24, 1977 $3 million
Julia October 2, 1977 Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Drama.
$7,840,000 $20,714,400
Damnation Alley October 21, 1977 $8 million $4,000,000
The Turning Point November 14, 1977 Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
Winner of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Drama.
$50,400,000
The World's Greatest Lover December 18, 1977 $4.8 million $9.9 million
High Anxiety December 25, 1977 Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy. $4,015,000 $31,063,038
An Unmarried Woman March 5, 1978 Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Drama.
$2,515,000 $24,000,000
The Fury March 10, 1978 $7.5 million $24,000,000
Damien: Omen II June 9, 1978 $6.8 million $26,518,355
The Driver June 28, 1978 $4,000,000 $2,250,000
A Wedding August 29, 1978 $3.6 million
The Boys from Brazil October 5, 1978 Distribution only; produced by ITC Entertainment[N 5] $12 million $26,600,000
Magic November 8, 1978 Distribution only; Still has theatrical and music rights $7,000,000 $23,800,000
Quintet February 9, 1979
Norma Rae March 2, 1979 Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Drama.
$4.5 million $22,228,000
A Perfect Couple April 6, 1979 $1.9 million
Dreamer April 27, 1979
Alien May 25, 1979 $11 million $104,931,801
The Game of Death June 8, 1979
Butch and Sundance: The Early Days June 15, 1979 $9 million $2.260,000
Breaking Away July 20, 1979 Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
Winner of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy.
$2.3 million $20,000,000
La Luna September 30, 1979 $5 million $68,204,193
Nosferatu the Vampyre October 1, 1979
Avalanche Express October 19, 1979 Distribution only; produced by Lorimar[N 1] $12 million
The Rose November 7, 1979 Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy. $9.25 million $29,174,648
The Runner Stumbles November 16, 1979
All That Jazz December 20, 1979 U.S. distribution only; co-production with Columbia Pictures
Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
$12 million $37,823,676
Scavenger Hunt December 21, 1979 $7 million

1980sEdit

Film Title Release Date Notes Budget Gross
Fatso February 1, 1980
Inferno April 2, 1980 No longer owns US rights; still owns International rights. $3,000,000
Headin' for Broadway May 1980
Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back May 21, 1980 distribution only; produced by Lucasfilm[N 6] $18-$33 million $538,375,067
Brubaker June 20, 1980 $9 million $37,121,708
The Stunt Man June 27, 1980 Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Drama. $7,068,886
Oh Heavenly Dog July 11, 1980
Middle Age Crazy July 25, 1980
Willie & Phil August 15, 1980 $5.5 million $4,400,000
Health September 12, 1980 $6 million
My Bodyguard September 26, 1980 $3 million $22,482,952
Sam Marlow, Private Eye October 3, 1980
Terror Train October 3, 1980 $4.2 million $8,000,000
Kagemusha October 6, 1980
Loving Couples October 24, 1980
A Change of Seasons December 1, 1980 $6 million $7,270,000
Tribute December 14, 1980 $8 million $4 million
Nine to Five December 19, 1980 $10 million $103,290,500
Prisoners 1981
Fort Apache, The Bronx February 6, 1981 $4,000,000 $65,200,000
Eyewitness February 13, 1981 $8.5 million $4.5 million
On the Right Track March 6, 1981 $5.9 million
Omen III: The Final Conflict March 20, 1981 $5 million $20,471,382
Hardly Working April 3, 1981 $3.4 million $8,860,000
Death Hunt May 22, 1981 $10 million $3,050,000
Savage Harvest May 23, 1981
History of the World, Part I June 12, 1981 $10 million $31,672,908
The Cannonball Run June 19, 1981 rights now belong to HBO $16-$18 million $72,179,579
Zorro, The Gay Blade July 17, 1981 $12.6 million $5.1 million
Chu Chu and the Philly Flash August 28, 1981 $7 million
The Woman Inside September 1981
Southern Comfort September 25, 1981 $8 million
Tattoo October 9, 1981 $5 million
Shock Treatment October 31, 1981 3.5 million
Taps December 18, 1981 $14 million $35,003,235
Modern Problems December 25, 1981 $26,154,211
The Amateur February 12, 1982 $10 million $6,892,098
Quest for Fire February 12, 1982 $12 million $55,260,558
Melanie February 12, 1982 $4 million
Making Love March 5, 1982 $14 million $11,897,978
Porky's March 19, 1982 $5 million $111,289,673
Eating Raoul March 24, 1982 $350,000 $1,114,825
I Ought to Be in Pictures March 26, 1982 $6,968,359
Visiting Hours May 28, 1982 $6.4 million
Author! Author! June 18, 1982 $10,576,604
Megaforce June 25, 1982 $20 million $5,675,599
Young Doctors in Love July 16, 1982 Distribution only; produced by ABC Motion Pictures $7 million $30,688,860
Six Pack July 16, 1982
The Pirate Movie August 6, 1982 $7,983,086
I, the Jury October 9, 1982
Monsignor October 22, 1982 $10 million $6.5 million
National Lampoon's Class Reunion October 29, 1982 $10,054,150
The Man from Snowy River November 5, 1982 $3 million $17,228,160
The Verdict December 8, 1982 Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Drama.
$16 million $53,977,250
The Hot Touch December 10, 1982
Kiss Me Goodbye December 22, 1982 $8,000,000 $15,782,759
The Entity February 4, 1983 $9 million $13,277,558
Without a Trace February 4, 1983 $9,632,062
The King of Comedy February 18, 1983 $19,000,000 $2,536,242
Max Dugan Returns March 25, 1983 $17,613,720
Heart Like a Wheel April 1, 1983
Tough Enough May 20, 1983
Bill Cosby: Himself May 20, 1983
Star Wars Episode VI: Return of the Jedi May 25, 1983 distribution only; produced by Lucasfilm[N 6] $32.5 million $475,106,177
Porky's II: The Next Day June 24, 1983 $33,759,266
Mr. Mom July 22, 1983 Distribution only; produced by Sherwood Productions[N 7] $64,783,827
The Star Chamber August 5, 1983 $8 million $5,555,305
Phar Lap August 10, 1983 $5 million $9,258,884
Fire and Ice August 27, 1983 Distribution only; produced by PSO $1.2 million $760,883
The Osterman Weekend October 14, 1983 $6,500,000
All the Right Moves October 21, 1983 $17,233,166
A Night in Heaven November 18, 1983 $6,000,000 $5,563,663
Silkwood December 14, 1983 Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Drama.
Distribution only; produced by ABC Motion Pictures
$10 million $35,615,609
Two of a Kind December 16, 1983 $23,646,952
To Be or Not to Be December 16, 1983 $9 million $13,030,214
The Secret Diary of Sigmund Freud 1984
Careful, He Might Hear You January 1, 1984 $2.2 million $2,431,126
Unfaithfully Yours February 10, 1984 $19,928,200
Blame It on Rio February 17, 1984 $18,561,998
Nankyoku Monogatari March 30, 1984
Romancing the Stone March 30, 1984 $10 million $86,572,238
The Stone Boy April 4, 1984
Kidco April 13, 1984
The Buddy System May 4, 1984 $1,820,049
Rhinestone June 21, 1984 $28 million $21,435,321
Bachelor Party June 29, 1984 $6 million $38.4 million
The Gods Must Be Crazy July 9, 1984 $5 million $34,331,783
Revenge of the Nerds July 20, 1984 $6 million $60,400,000
The Adventures of Buckaroo Banzai Across the 8th Dimension! August 15, 1984 Distribution only; produced by Sherwood Productions[N 7] $17 million $6,227,998
Dreamscape August 15, 1984 Distribution only $6 million $12,145,169
Impulse September 28, 1984 Distribution only; produced by ABC Motion Pictures $2,773,433
Give My Regards to Broad Street October 23, 1984
Paris, Texas November 2, 1984 $2,181,987
Gimme an 'F' November 16, 1984
The Flamingo Kid December 21, 1984 Distribution only; produced by ABC Motion Pictures $23,859,382
Johnny Dangerously December 21, 1984 $9 million $17.1 million
Mischief February 8, 1985 $8,700,000
Turk 182 February 15, 1985 $15 million $3,594,997
Porky's Revenge March 22, 1985 $20,518,905
Almost You March 29, 1985
Ladyhawke April 12, 1985 International distribution only; co-production with Warner Bros. $20 million $18,432,000
Moving Violations April 19, 1985 $10,600,000
Secret Places May 10, 1985
Prizzi's Honor June 13, 1985 Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
Winner of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Drama.
USA distribution only; produced by ABC Motion Pictures
$16 million $26,657,534
Cocoon June 21, 1985 Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy. $17.5 million $85,313,124
The Man with One Red Shoe July 19, 1985 $16 million $8,645,411
Key Exchange August 14, 1985
Warning Sign August 23, 1985
Joshua Then and Now September 20, 1985 $11 million
Plenty September 20, 1985 $6,148,000
The Doctor and the Devils October 4, 1985
Commando October 4, 1985 $10 million $57,491,000
Bad Medicine November 22, 1985 $2,685,453
The Jewel of the Nile December 11, 1985 $25 million $96,773,200
Brazil December 18, 1985 International distribution only; Universal Pictures handled U.S. distribution $15 million $9,929,135
Enemy Mine December 20, 1985 $29 million $12,303,411
The Boy in Blue January 17, 1986 $7.7 million $275,000
Stripper January 31, 1986
Power January 31, 1986 Distribution only; produced by Lorimar Motion Pictures[N 1] $16 million $3,800,000
The Vindicator February 14, 1986
Death of an Angel March 7, 1986
Highlander March 7, 1986 Distribution only; produced by EMI Films; rights now belong to StudioCanal; still owns TV rights $19 million $12,885,193
Lucas March 28, 1986 $6,000,000 $8,200,000
Legend April 18, 1986 International distribution only; Universal Pictures handled U.S. distribution $24.5 million $15,502,112
SpaceCamp June 6, 1986 Distribution only; produced by ABC Motion Pictures $18-$20 million $9,697,739
The Manhattan Project June 13, 1986 $18,000,000 $3,900,000
Big Trouble in Little China July 2, 1986 $20,000,000 $11,100,000
Aliens July 18, 1986 $18.5 million $131,060,248
The Boy Who Could Fly August 14, 1986 Distribution only; produced by Lorimar Motion Pictures[N 1] $9 million $7,177,431
The Fly August 15, 1986 $9 million $60,629,159
The Name of the Rose September 24, 1986 $18.5 million $77,153,487
Half Moon Street September 26, 1986
Jumpin' Jack Flash October 10, 1986 $18 million $29,844,101
Streets of Gold November 14, 1986 $2,546,238
The Morning After December 25, 1986 Distribution only; produced by Lorimar Motion Pictures[N 1] $13 million $25,147,055
Wisdom December 31, 1986 Distribution only; produced by Gladden Entertainment $5,715,174
Black Widow February 6, 1987 $25,205,460
Mannequin February 13, 1987 USA Theatrical distribution only; produced by Gladden Entertainment[N 7] $6 million $42,721,196
Raising Arizona March 6, 1987 $6 million $22,847,564
Project X April 17, 1987 $18 million $21,589,395
Predator June 12, 1987 $15,000,000 $98,267,558
Revenge of the Nerds II: Nerds in Paradise July 10, 1987 $10 million $30,063,289
The Pick-up Artist September 18, 1987 $15,000,000 $13,290,368
Big Shots October 2, 1987 Distribution only; produced by Lorimar Motion Pictures[N 1] $3,390,043
The Princess Bride October 9, 1987 USA distribution only; produced by Act III Communications, owned by "The Princess Bride, Ltd." $16 million $30,857,814
The Sicilian October 23, 1987 $16.5 million $5,406,879
Less Than Zero November 6, 1987 $12,396,383
Wall Street December 11, 1987 $15,000,000 $43,848,100
Broadcast News December 16, 1987 Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy.
$15 million $67,331,309
Satisfaction February 12, 1988 $13 million $8,253,123
A Night in the Life of Jimmy Reardon February 27, 1988 $5 million $6,264,058
Off Limits March 11, 1988
Bad Dreams April 8, 1988 $4,000,000 $9,797,098
Big June 3, 1988 Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy. $18 million $151,668,774
License to Drive July 6, 1988 $8 million $22,433,275
Die Hard July 15, 1988 $28 million $140.7 million
Young Guns August 12, 1988 Distribution only; produced by Morgan Creek Productions $11,000,000 $45,661,556
Dead Ringers September 23, 1988 Distribution only; produced by Morgan Creek Productions $8,038,508
Alien Nation October 7, 1988 $32,155,047
Cocoon: The Return November 23, 1988 $17.5 million $18,924,919
Working Girl December 21, 1988 Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
Winner of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy.
$28.6 million $102,953,112
Gleaming the Cube January 13, 1989
The Fly II February 10, 1989 $38,903,179
Skin Deep March 3, 1989 Distribution only; produced by Morgan Creek Productions $9 million $19,674,852
Say Anything... April 14, 1989 $16 million $20,781,385
How I Got into College May 19, 1989 $1,642,239
Weekend at Bernie's July 5, 1989 Distribution only; produced by Gladden Entertainment[N 7] $15 million $30,218,387
The Favorite August 9, 1989
The Abyss August 9, 1989 $70 million $90,000,098
Millennium August 25, 1989 Distribution only; produced by Gladden Entertainment $5,777,000
The Fabulous Baker Boys October 13, 1989 Distribution only; produced by Gladden Entertainment $11.5 million $18,428,904
When the Whales Came October 20, 1989
Worth Winning October 27, 1989 $3,690,400
The War of the Roses December 8, 1989 Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy. $50 million $160,188,546

1990sEdit

Release Date Film Title Notes Budget Gross
January 12, 1990 Downtown $2,346,150
January 22, 1990 A Matter of Degrees
February 16, 1990 Nightbreed distribution only; produced by Morgan Creek Productions $11 million $8,862,354
March 16, 1990 Nuns on the Run co-production with HandMade Films $10,959,015
April 13, 1990 Vital Signs
May 4, 1990 Short Time
July 4, 1990 Die Hard 2 co-production with Silver Pictures and Gordon Company $70 million $240,031,094
July 11, 1990 The Adventures of Ford Fairlane co-production with Silver Pictures $21,413,502
August 1, 1990 Young Guns II co-production with Morgan Creek Productions $44,143,410
August 17, 1990 The Exorcist III international distribution only; produced by Morgan Creek Productions $11 million $39,024,251
September 21, 1990 Miller's Crossing $14 million $5,080,409
September 28, 1990 Pacific Heights theatrical distribution; co-production with Morgan Creek Productions $18 million $44,926,706
October 5, 1990 Marked for Death co-production with Steamroller Productions $12,000,000 $57,968,936
November 2, 1990 Frankenstein Unbound co-production with the Mount Company $334,748
November 16, 1990 Home Alone Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy. co-production with Hughes Entertainment $18 million $476,684,675
November 21, 1990 Predator 2 co-production with Silver Pictures, Gordon Company and Davis Entertainment $35,000,000 $57,120,318
December 7, 1990 Edward Scissorhands $20 million $86,024,005
December 23, 1990 Come See the Paradise $15 million $947,306
February 8, 1991 Sleeping with the Enemy $19 million $174,999,005
March 15, 1991 Class Action co-production with Interscope Communications $28,277,918
March 29, 1991 The Five Heartbeats $8,750,400
May 17, 1991 Mannequin Two: On the Move distribution only, produced by Gladden Entertainment $13,000,000 $3,752,428
May 20, 1991 Omen IV: The Awakening
May 24, 1991 Only the Lonely $21,830,95
June 21, 1991 Dying Young $26 million $82,264,675
July 12, 1991 Point Break distribution only, produced by Largo Entertainment and JVC Entertainment Networks $24 million $83,531,958
July 19, 1991 Dutch co-production with Hughes Entertainment $17 million $4,603,929
July 31, 1991 Hot Shots! $26 million $181,096,164
August 14, 1991 The Commitments Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy; co-production with Beacon Communications $14,919,570
August 21, 1991 Barton Fink co-production with Circle Films $9 million $6,153,939
October 4, 1991 The Super co-production with Largo Entertainment $22 million $11,000,863
November 1, 1991 29th Street $2,120,564
November 22, 1991 For the Boys $40 million $23,202,444
December 25, 1991 Grand Canyon $40,991,329
December 27, 1991 Naked Lunch co-production with Recorded Picture Company $17-18 million $2,641,357
1992 Rock and Roll Fantasy
January 31, 1992 Shining Through $30 million $43,838,238
February 7, 1992 Back in the USSR
February 21, 1992 This Is My Life $2,922,094
March 13, 1992 My Cousin Vinny $11 million $64,088,552
March 27, 1992 White Men Can't Jump $90,753,806
April 10, 1992 FernGully: The Last Rainforest co-production with Kroyer Films and FAI Films $22,000,000 $32,710,894
May 1, 1992 Folks! co-production with Penta Pictures $6,132,924
May 22, 1992 Alien³ co-production with Brandywine Productions $50 million $159,773,545
June 26, 1992 Unlawful Entry distribution only, produced by Largo Entertainment $23 million $57,138,719
July 10, 1992 Prelude to a Kiss $22,697,691
July 17, 1992 Man Trouble $30 million $4,096,030
July 31, 1992 Buffy the Vampire Slayer $7 million $16,624,456
August 21, 1992 Rapid Fire $14,356,479 $15,121,072
August 26, 1992 Storyville $422,503
September 18, 1992 Jumpin' at the Boneyard
September 25, 1992 The Last of the Mohicans USA distribution; co-production with Morgan Creek Productions $40 million $75,505,856
October 16, 1992 Night and the City $6,202,756
November 13, 1992 Love Potion No. 9
November 20, 1992 Home Alone 2: Lost in New York co-production with Hughes Entertainment $20 million $358,994,850
December 16, 1992 Used People distribution only, produced by Largo Entertainment and JVC Entertainment $17,957,265
December 18, 1992 Toys co-production with Baltimore Pictures $43 million $23,278,931
December 25, 1992 Hoffa $35 million $29,302,121
February 5, 1993 The Vanishing $23 million $14,543,394
March 5, 1993 Best of the Best 2 $6,044,652
March 26, 1993 Hear No Evil
April 2, 1993 Jack the Bear $5,145,823
April 7, 1993 The Sandlot co-production with Island World $36 million $33,832,313
May 21, 1993 Hot Shots! Part Deux $25,000,000 $133,752,825
June 18, 1993 Once Upon a Forest co-production with Hanna-Barbera, HTV Cymru/Wales, Ltd., A. Film A/S, Wang Film Productions, Phoenix Animation Studios, Cousen-Premier Films, The Hollywood Cartoon Co., Natterjack Animation and TFC Trikompany $13 million $6,582,052
July 7, 1993 Rookie of the Year $56,500,758
July 28, 1993 Robin Hood: Men in Tights co-production with Gaumont and Brooksfilms $35,739,755
July 30, 1993 Rising Sun $35 million $107,198,790
August 27, 1993 Only the Strong $6,000,000 $3,273,588
September 24, 1993 The Good Son $17 million $60,613,008
October 1, 1993 Freaked $12,000,000 $29,296
October 15, 1993 The Beverly Hillbillies $25,000,000 $57,405,220
November 24, 1993 Mrs. Doubtfire co-production with Blue Wolf Productions $25,000,000 $441,286,195
December 29, 1993 Ghost in the Machine $12 million $5,086,909
February 25, 1994 Sugar Hill $10 million $18,272,447
March 4, 1994 The Chase $26 million $7,924,955
April 22, 1994 Bad Girls $15,240,435
April 29, 1994 PCU $8,000,000 $4,330,020
June 10, 1994 Speed $30 million $350,448,145
July 1, 1994 Baby's Day Out co-production with Hughes Entertainment $48 million $16,827,402
July 15, 1994 True Lies co-production with Lightstorm Entertainment $115 million $378,882,411
August 5, 1994 Airheads $11 million $5,751,882
September 30, 1994 The Scout $20 million $2,694,234
November 18, 1994 Miracle on 34th Street co-production with Hughes Entertainment $46,264,384
November 23, 1994 The Pagemaster distribution only, produced by Turner Pictures $21 million $13,670,688
December 2, 1994 Trapped in Paradise $6,017,509
December 14, 1994 Nell Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Drama. co-production with Egg Pictures and PolyGram Filmed Entertainment $106,683,817
January 13, 1995 Far from Home: The Adventures of Yellow Dog $11,642,946
March 17, 1995 Bye Bye Love $12,096,673
April 21, 1995 Kiss of Death $40 million $14,942,422
May 5, 1995 French Kiss distribution only, produced by PolyGram Filmed Entertainment and Working Title Films $46,000,000 $101,982,854
May 19, 1995 Die Hard with a Vengeance distribution only, produced by Cinergi Pictures $90 million $366,101,666
June 30, 1995 Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: The Movie co-production with Saban Entertainment and Toei Company $15 million $66,433,194
July 14, 1995 Nine Months co-production with 1492 Pictures $138,510,230
August 4, 1995 Bushwhacked $7,919,823
August 11, 1995 A Walk in the Clouds $20 million $50,008,143
October 13, 1995 Strange Days co-production with Lightstorm Entertainment $42,000,000 $7,959,291
November 28, 1995 The Price of Love
December 22, 1995 Waiting to Exhale $16 million $81,452,156
January 12, 1996 Dunston Checks In $16 million $9,871,065
February 9, 1996 Broken Arrow $55 million $150,270,147
March 1, 1996 Down Periscope $31 million $37,553,752
April 26, 1996 The Truth About Cats and Dogs $34,073,143
May 3, 1996 The Great White Hype $8,008,255
July 2, 1996 Independence Day co-production with Centropolis Entertainment $75 million $817,400,891
July 12, 1996 Courage Under Fire co-production with Davis Entertainment $46 million $100,860,818
August 2, 1996 Chain Reaction $ 55,000,000 $60,209,334
October 4, 1996 That Thing You Do! co-production with Clavius Base $26 million $34,585,416
November 1, 1996 Romeo + Juliet co-production with Bazmark Productions $14.5 million $147,554,999
November 22, 1996 Jingle All the Way co-production with Fox 2000 Pictures and 1492 Pictures $75 million $129,832,389
November 27, 1996 The Crucible $25 million $7,343,114
December 20, 1996 One Fine Day $97,529,550
March 28, 1997 Turbo: A Power Rangers Movie co-production with Saban Entertainment and Toei Company $8 million $9,615,840
April 4, 1997 Inventing the Abbotts co-production with 20th Century Fox and Imagine Entertainment $5,936,344
April 25, 1997 Volcano co-production with Fox 2000 Pictures, Moritz Original and Donner Lauren Shuler $90 million $122,823,468
June 13, 1997 Speed 2: Cruise Control co-production with Blue Tulip Productions $110 million $164,508,066
July 2, 1997 Out to Sea co-production with Davis Entertainment $30,716,901
August 1, 1997 Picture Perfect $19 million $44,332,015
September 26, 1997 The Edge $43,312,294
September 26, 1997 Soul Food $7.5 million $43,700,855
October 24, 1997 A Life Less Ordinary distribution only, produced by Figment Films and Film4 $12,000,000 $4,366,722
November 7, 1997 Cold Around the Heart
November 14, 1997 Anastasia co-production with Fox Animation Studios $53 million $139,804,348
November 26, 1997 Alien Resurrection co-production with Brandywine Productions $75 million $161,295,658
December 12, 1997 Home Alone 3 co-production with Hughes Entertainment $32 million $79,082,515
December 18, 1997 The Wiggles Movie Australian distribution; co-production with Gladusaurus Productions $79,082,515
December 19, 1997 Titanic Winner of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
Winner of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Drama. International distribution; co-production with Paramount Pictures and Lightstorm Entertainment
$200 million $2,185,372,302
January 9, 1998 Firestorm $19 million $8,165,212
January 30, 1998 Great Expectations $55,494,066
March 27, 1998 The Newton Boys $27 million $10,452,012
April 17, 1998 The Object of My Affection $15 million $46,905,889
May 15, 1998 Bulworth Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy. $30 million $29,202,884
May 29, 1998 Hope Floats $30 million $81,471,882
June 12, 1998 Cousin Bette $1,161,063
June 19, 1998 The X-Files: Fight The Future co-production with Ten Thirteen Productions $66 million $189,176,423
June 26, 1998 Dr. Dolittle co-production with Davis Entertainment and Friendly Films $70.5 million $294,456,605
July 15, 1998 There's Something About Mary Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy. $23 million $369,884,651
July 29, 1998 Ever After A Cinderella Story co-production with Flower Films $26 million $98,005,666
August 14, 1998 How Stella Got Her Groove Back $20 million $39,278,722
November 6, 1998 The Siege $70 million $116,672,912
December 25, 1998 The Thin Red Line Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture. co-production with Geisler-Roberdeau and Phoenix Pictures $52 million $98,126,565
January 29, 1999 A Cool, Dry Place
February 5, 1999 Simply Irresistible co-production with Regency Enterprises $6 million $4,389,989
February 19, 1999 Office Space $10 million $10,827,810
March 12, 1999 Wing Commander $30 million $11,578,059
March 19, 1999 Ravenous co-production with Heyday Films $12 million $2,062,405
April 9, 1999 Never Been Kissed co-production with Fox 2000 Pictures, Flower Films and Bushwood Pictures $25 million $84,565,230
April 23, 1999 Pushing Tin co-production with Regency Enterprises $33 million $8,408,835
April 30, 1999 Entrapment co-production with Regency Enterprises $66 million $212,404,396
May 19, 1999 Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace distribution only; produced by Lucasfilm[N 6] $115 million $1,027,044,677
July 16, 1999 Lake Placid co-production with Phoenix Pictures and Stan Winston Studios $27 million $56,870,414
August 13, 1999 Brokedown Palace $25 million $10,115,013
October 1, 1999 Sex, Shame and Tears
October 1, 1999 Drive Me Crazy $8,000,000 $22,593,409
October 15, 1999 Fight Club $63 million $100.9 million
November 10, 1999 Light It Up co-production with Edmonds Entertainment $13 million $5,985,690
November 12, 1999 Anywhere But Here $23 million $23,631,929
December 17, 1999 Anna and the King $92 million $113,996,937

2000Edit

For films released in 2001 and thereafter, see List of 20th Century Fox films (2001–present).
Release Date Title Notes Budget Gross
February 11, 2000 The Beach $50 million $154,056,873
March 24, 2000 Here on Earth $15 million
April 28, 2000 Where the Heart Is co-production with Wind Dancer Films
June 2, 2000 Big Momma's House co-production with Regency Enterprises, Runteldat Entertainment, Friendly Productions, Taurus Films and Nina Saxon Film Design $30 million $173,959,438
June 16, 2000 Titan A.E. co-production with David Kirschner Productions and Fox Animation Studios $75,000,000 $36,754,634
June 23, 2000 Me, Myself & Irene co-production with Conundrum Entertainment $51 million $149,270,999
July 14, 2000 X-Men co-production with Marvel Entertainment, Bad Hat Harry Productions and The Donners' Company $75 million $296,339,527
July 21, 2000 What Lies Beneath co-production with DreamWorks and ImageMovers $50 million $291,420,351
August 18, 2000 Sunset Strip
October 6, 2000 Digimon: The Movie co-production with Fox Kids Movies, Fox Family Films, Toei Animation and Saban Entertainment $5 million $16,643,191
October 6, 2000 Tigerland co-production with Regency Enterprises and New Regency $10 million $139,692
October 20, 2000 Bedazzled co-production with Regency Enterprises and Kirch Media $48 million $90,383,208
November 3, 2000 The Legend of Bagger Vance co-production with DreamWorks $60,000,000 $39,459,427
November 10, 2000 Men of Honor co-production with Fox 2000 Pictures and State Street Pictures $32,000,000 $82,343,495
December 7, 2000 Cast Away co-production with DreamWorks, ImageMovers and Playtone $90 million $429,632,142
December 15, 2000 Dude, Where's My Car? $13 million $73,180,723

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