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

1920s Edit

Title Release Date
Pal o' Mine March 15, 1924
Charley's Aunt February 8, 1925
That Certain Thing January 1, 1928
The Matinee Idol March 14, 1928

1930s Edit

Title Release Date Notes
Ladies of Leisure April 5, 1930
Atlantic October 4, 1930
Tol'able David November 15, 1930
Arizona June 27, 1931
Platinum Blonde October 31, 1931
The Menace January 29, 1932
Two-Fisted Law June 8, 1932
American Madness August 4, 1932
The Bitter Tea of General Yen January 6, 1933
Lady for a Day September 13, 1933 Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
It Happened One Night February 23, 1934 Winner of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
Twentieth Century May 11, 1934
One Night of Love September 15, 1934 Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
Broadway Bill December 27, 1934
She Married Her Boss September 19, 1935
If You Could Only Cook December 30, 1935
Mr. Deeds Goes to Town April 12, 1936 Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
Lost Horizon September 1, 1937 Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
The Awful Truth October 21, 1937 Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
You Can't Take It with You September 1, 1938 Winner of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
Blondie November 30, 1938
The Terror of Tiny Town December 1, 1938
Only Angels Have Wings May 15, 1939
Mr. Smith Goes to Washington October 19, 1939 Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture.

1940s Edit

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

1950sEdit

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

1960sEdit

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

1970s Edit

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

1980s Edit

Title Release Date Notes Budget Gross
The American Success Company March 1, 1980
The Hollywood Knights May 16, 1980
The Mountain Men June 1, 1980
Night of the Juggler June 6, 1980
Wholly Moses! June 13, 1980
The Blue Lagoon June 20, 1980
Used Cars July 11, 1980
Gloria October 1, 1980
Foolin' Around October 17, 1980 Co-production with 20th Century Fox
It's My Turn October 24, 1980
Touched by Love October 31, 1980
The Competition December 3, 1980
Stir Crazy December 12, 1980
Tess December 12, 1980 Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
Seems Like Old Times December 19, 1980
American Pop February 13, 1981
Modern Romance March 13, 1981
Graduation Day May 1, 1981
Happy Birthday to Me May 15, 1981
Nice Dreams June 5, 1981 also known as 'Cheech & Chong's Nice Dreams
Stripes June 26, 1981
Heavy Metal August 7, 1981 $9.3 million$20,117,636
Nobody's Perfekt August 1981
Only When I Laugh September 23, 1981 Co-production with Rastar.
Neighbors December 18, 1981
Absence of Malice December 18, 1981
The Boat February 10, 1982 distributor; released in 1981
One from the Heart February 12, 1982
Death Wish II February 20, 1982 co-production with Filmways, international distributor
Richard Pryor: Live on the Sunset Strip March 12, 1982 co-production with Rastar
Silent Rage April 2, 1982
Wrong Is Right April 16, 1982
Hanky Panky June 4, 1982
Annie June 18, 1982 co-production with Rastar
Life Goes On June 21, 1982
Monty Python Live at the Hollywood Bowl June 25, 1982
Things Are Tough All Over August 4, 1982
Tempest August 13, 1982
The Missionary November 2, 1982
Piranha II: The Spawning November 5, 1982
Gandhi December 8, 1982 Winner of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
The Toy December 10, 1982
Tootsie December 17, 1982 Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
Spring Break March 25, 1983
Blue Thunder May 13, 1983
Spacehunter: Adventures in the Forbidden Zone May 20, 1983
The Survivors June 22, 1983
Krull July 29, 1983
Yor, the Hunter from the Future August 19, 1983
Educating Rita September 21, 1983
The Big Chill September 28, 1983 Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
Richard Pryor: Here and Now October 28, 1983
The Dresser December 6, 1983 Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
Christine December 9, 1983
The Man Who Loved Women December 16, 1983
Ghost in the Noonday Sun January 1, 1984
Against All Odds March 2, 1984
Moscow on the Hudson April 6, 1984
Hardbodies May 4, 1984
Ghostbusters June 8, 1984
The Karate Kid June 22, 1984
Sheena August 17, 1984
A Soldier's Story September 14, 1984 Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
The Razor's Edge October 19, 1984
Body Double October 26, 1984
No Small Affair November 9, 1984
Starman December 14, 1984
A Passage to India December 14, 1984 Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture; co-production with Thorn EMI and HBO
Micki + Maude December 21, 1984
The New Kids January 18, 1985
Fast Forward February 15, 1985
Sylvester March 15, 1985
The Slugger's Wife March 29, 1985
Just One of the Guys April 26, 1985
Perfect June 7, 1985
St. Elmo's Fire June 28, 1985
Silverado July 10, 1985
Fright Night August 2, 1985
The Bride August 16, 1985
Agnes of God September 13, 1985
Jagged Edge October 4, 1985
White Nights November 22, 1985
A Chorus Line December 13, 1985 Distribution only; produced by Embassy Pictures and PolyGram Pictures
Murphy's Romance December 25, 1985
Desert Bloom January 22, 1986
Quicksilver February 14, 1986
Crossroads March 14, 1986
Care Bears Movie II: A New Generation March 21, 1986 co-production with Nelvana
Violets Are Blue April 11, 1986
Crimewave April 25, 1986 Distribution only; produced by Embassy Pictures
Saving Grace May 2, 1986
Jo Jo Dancer, Your Life Is Calling May 2, 1986
Big Trouble May 30, 1986
The Karate Kid, Part II June 20, 1986
American Anthem June 27, 1986 Distribution only; produced by Lorimar Motion Pictures; rights now belong to Warner Bros.
Out of Bounds July 25, 1986
Stand by Me August 8, 1986
A Fine Mess August 8, 1986
Armed and Dangerous August 15, 1986
One More Saturday Night August 22, 1986
Stewardess School August 1986
That's Life! October 10, 1986 Distribution only
Where Are The Children? December 12, 1986
84 Charing Cross Road February 13, 1987
Ishtar May 15, 1987
Roxanne June 19, 1987
White Water Summer July 10, 1987
La Bamba July 24, 1987
Happy New Year August 7, 1987
The Big Easy August 21, 1987 Distribution only; produced by Kings Road Entertainment
The Big Town September 25, 1987
Hope and Glory October 9, 1987 Distribution only; produced by Goldcrest Films
Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture
Someone to Watch Over Me October 9, 1987
Housekeeping November 25, 1987
The Stranger December 4, 1987
Leonard Part 6 December 18, 1987 Winner of the Golden Raspberry Award for Worst Picture.
The Last Emperor December 18, 1987 U.S. distribution only; produced by Hemdale Film Corporation
Winner of the Academy Award for Best Picture
School Daze February 12, 1988
Pulse March 4, 1988
Vice Versa March 11, 1988
Little Nikita March 18, 1988
Stars and Bars March 18, 1988
Zelly and Me April 15, 1988
A Time of Destiny April 22, 1988
White Mischief April 22, 1988
The New Adventures of Pippi Longstocking July 29, 1988
Vibes August 5, 1988
The Big Blue August 22, 1988 Le Grand Bleu in France
Rocket Gibraltar September 2, 1988
The Beast September 16, 1988
Punchline October 7, 1988
Things Change October 21, 1988
Fresh Horses November 18, 1988
My Stepmother is an Alien December 9, 1988 Distribution only; produced by Weintraub Entertainment Group
Physical Evidence January 27, 1989
True Believer February 17, 1989
The Adventures of Baron Munchausen March 10, 1989
Hanussen March 10, 1989
Troop Beverly Hills March 22, 1989 Distribution only, produced by Weintraub Entertainment Group
She's Out of Control April 14, 1989
Winter People April 14, 1989 Distribution only, produced by Castle Rock Entertainment and Nelson Entertainment
Listen to Me May 5, 1989
Miracle Mile May 19, 1989
Ghostbusters II June 16, 1989
The Karate Kid, Part III June 30, 1989
Eat a Bowl of Tea July 21, 1989
When Harry Met Sally... July 21, 1989 Distribution only, produced by Castle Rock Entertainment and Nelson Entertainment
Me and Him August 4, 1989
Casualties of War August 18, 1989
The Adventures of Milo and Otis August 25, 1989 U.S distribution only, produced by Toho
The Big Picture September 15, 1989
Welcome Home September 29, 1989
Old Gringo October 6, 1989
To Kill a Priest October 13, 1989 released on September 7, 1988 in France
Immediate Family October 27, 1989
Bloodhounds of Broadway November 3, 1989
The Phantom of the Opera November 4, 1989

1990s Edit

Title Release Date Notes Budget Gross
Time of the Gypsies February 9, 1990
Revenge February 16, 1990 U.S. distributor; co-production with Rastar and New World Pictures
The Forbidden Dance March 16, 1990
Lord of the Files March 16, 1990 Distribution only; produced by Nelson Entertainment and Castle Rock Entertainment
The Gods Must Be Crazy II April 13, 1990 U.S. distributor
Flatliners August 10, 1990
Postcards from the Edge September 12, 1990
Texasville September 28, 1990 Theatrical distribution only; produced by Nelson Entertainment $2,268,000
The 5th Monkey October 5, 1990
The Spirit of '76 October 12, 1990 Distribution only; produced by Castle Rock Entertainment
Night of the Living Dead October 19, 1990 Distribution only
Sibling Rivalry October 26, 1990 Distribution only, produced by Castle Rock Entertainment and Nelson Entertainment
Misery November 30, 1990 Distribution only; produced by Castle Rock Entertainment and Nelson Entertainment
Awakenings December 20, 1990 Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
Men of Respect January 18, 1991
Mortal Thoughts April 19, 1991
Stone Cold May 17, 1991 Distribution only
City Slickers June 7, 1991 Distribution only; produced by Castle Rock Entertainment and Nelson Entertainment' home video rights owned by MGM and TV rights owned by Warner Bros.
Boyz n the Hood July 12, 1991
Return to the Blue Lagoon August 2, 1991
Double Impact August 9, 1991 U.S. distributor
Late for Dinner September 20, 1991 Distribution only; produced by Castle Rock Entertainment and New Line Cinema
The Taking of Beverly Hills October 11, 1991
My Girl November 27, 1991
The Prince of Tides December 25, 1991 Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
The Inner Circle December 25, 1991
Hard Promises January 31, 1992
Radio Flyer February 21, 1992
Falling from Grace February 21, 1992
Under Suspicion February 28, 1992
Gladiator March 6, 1992
Sleepwalkers April 10, 1992
Year of the Comet April 24, 1992 Distribution only; produced by Castle Rock Entertainment and New Line Cinema
A League of Their Own July 1, 1992
Mo' Money July 24, 1992
Single White Female August 14, 1992
Honeymoon in Vegas August 28, 1992 Distribution only; produced by Castle Rock Entertainment and New Line Cinema
Mr. Saturday Night September 23, 1992 Distribution only; produced by Castle Rock Entertainment and New Line Cinema
Hero October 2, 1992
A River Runs Through It October 9, 1992
Dracula November 13, 1992 co-production with American Zoetrope
A Few Good Men December 11, 1992 Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture; co-production with Castle Rock Entertainment
Nowhere to Run January 15, 1993
Hexed January 22, 1993
Groundhog Day February 12, 1993
El Mariachi February 26, 1993 Distribution only, produced by Los Hooligans Productions
Amos & Andrew March 5, 1993 Distribution only; produced by Castle Rock Entertainment and New Line Cinema
The Pickle April 30, 1993
Lost in Yonkers May 14, 1993 co-production with Rastar
Last Action Hero June 18, 1993
In the Line of Fire July 9, 1993 co-production with Castle Rock Entertainment
Poetic Justice July 23, 1993
Robin Hood: Men in Tights July 28, 1993 International distributor; co-production with Gaumont British, Brooksfilms and 20th Century Fox
Needful Things August 27, 1993 Distribution only; produced by Castle Rock Entertainment and New Line Cinema
Calendar Girl September 3, 1993
Striking Distance September 17, 1993
The Age of Innocence October 1, 1993
Malice October 1, 1993 Distribution only; produced by Castle Rock Entertainment and New Line Cinema
My Life November 12, 1993
The Remains of the Day November 19, 1993 Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
Josh and S.A.M. November 24, 1993 Distribution only; produced by Castle Rock Entertainment and New Line Cinema
Geronimo: An American Legend December 10, 1993
I'll Do Anything February 4, 1994
My Girl 2 February 11, 1994
City Slickers II: The Legend of Curly's Gold June 10, 1994 Distribution only; produced by Castle Rock Entertainment; rights now owned by Warner Bros.
Wolf June 17, 1994
Little Big League June 29, 1994 Distribution only; produced by Castle Rock Entertainment
North July 22, 1994 co-production with Castle Rock Entertainment and New Line Cinema
The Next Karate Kid August 12, 1994
Blankman August 19, 1994 co-production with Greentrees Films and Wife 'n' Kids
The Shawshank Redemption September 23, 1994 Distribution only; produced by Castle Rock Entertainment
Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture
I Like It Like That October 14, 1994
The Road to Wellville October 28, 1994 co-production with Beacon Pictures
Leon: The Professional November 18, 1994
Little Women December 21, 1994 $18 million$50,083,616
Street Fighter December 23, 1994 International distributor; co-production with Capcom $35 million$105,414,729
Immortal Beloved January 6, 1995 co-production with Icon Productions
Higher Learning January 11, 1995
Before Sunrise January 27, 1995 Distribution only; produced by Castle Rock Entertainment
For Better or Worse March 19, 1995 Distribution only; produced by Castle Rock Entertainment
Dolores Claiborne March 24, 1995 Distribution only; produced by Castle Rock Entertainment
Bad Boys April 7, 1995 co-production with Don Simpson/Jerry Bruckheimer Films
Forget Paris May 19, 1995 Distribution only; produced by Castle Rock Entertainment
First Knight July 7, 1995
The Indian in the Cupboard July 14, 1995 U.S. distributor; co-production with Paramount Pictures and The Kennedy/Marshall Company
The Net July 28, 1995
The Baby-Sitters Club August 18, 1995 co-production with Beacon Pictures
Beyond Rangoon August 25, 1995 Distribution only; produced by Castle Rock Entertainment
Desperado August 25, 1995
To Die For October 6, 1995 co-production with The Rank Organisation
The American President November 17, 1995 U.S. distribution only; produced by Castle Rock Entertainment and Universal Pictures
Money Train November 22, 1995 co-production with Peters Entertainment
Sense and Sensibility December 13, 1995 Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
Othello December 15, 1995 Distribution only; produced by Castle Rock Entertainment
Dracula: Dead and Loving It December 22, 1995 Distribution only; produced by Castle Rock Entertainment
The Juror February 2, 1996
City Hall February 16, 1996 Distribution only; produced by Castle Rock Entertainment
Bottle Rocket February 21, 1996
The Last Supper April 5, 1996
The Craft May 3, 1996
The Cable Guy June 14, 1996
Striptease June 28, 1996 Distribution only; produced by Castle Rock Entertainment
Multiplicity July 17, 1996
Alaska August 14, 1996 Distribution only; produced by Castle Rock Entertainment
The Spitfire Grill August 23, 1996 Distribution only; produced by Castle Rock Entertainment
Fly Away Home September 13, 1996
Maximum Risk September 13, 1996
Extreme Measures September 27, 1996 Distribution only; produced by Castle Rock Entertainment
Get on the Bus October 16, 1996
Ghosts of Mississippi December 20, 1996 Distribution only; produced by Castle Rock Entertainment
Some Mother's Son December 25, 1996 Distribution only; produced by Castle Rock Entertainment
The People vs. Larry Flynt December 25, 1996 co-production with Phoenix Pictures $35 million$20,300,385
Hamlet December 25, 1996 Distribution only; produced by Castle Rock Entertainment
Fools Rush In February 14, 1997
Absolute Power February 14, 1997 Distribution only; produced by Castle Rock Entertainment and Malpaso Productions
Booty Call February 26, 1997
The Devil's Own March 26, 1997 co-production with Laurence Gordon Productions
Double Team April 4, 1997 Distribution only; produced by Mandalay Entertainment
Anaconda April 11, 1997 plus Screen Gems sequel in 2004
The Fifth Element May 9, 1997 co-production with Gaumont Film Company
Buddy June 6, 1997 co-production with Jim Henson Pictures and American Zoetrope
Men in Black July 2, 1997 co-production with Amblin Entertainment and MacDonald/Parkes Productions
Air Force One July 25, 1997 U.S. distributor; co-production with Beacon Pictures and Touchstone Pictures
Masterminds August 22, 1997
Excess Baggage August 29, 1997
I Know What You Did Last Summer October 17, 1997 Distribution only; produced by Mandalay Entertainment
Gattaca October 24, 1997 co-production with Jersey Films
The Wind in the Willows October 31, 1997 International distributor; co-production with Walt Disney Pictures and Allied Filmmakers
Spice World January 23, 1998 co-production with PolyGram Filmed Entertainment
Zero Effect January 30, 1998 Distribution only; produced by Castle Rock Entertainment
The Replacement Killers February 6, 1998
Palmetto February 20, 1998 Distribution only; produced by Castle Rock Entertainment
Wild Things March 20, 1998 Distribution only; produced by Mandalay Entertainment
My Giant April 10, 1998 Distribution only; produced by Castle Rock Entertainment
Sour Grapes April 17, 1998 Distribution only, produced by Castle Rock Entertainment
Les Misérables May 1, 1998 Distribution only; produced by Mandalay Entertainment
Can't Hardly Wait June 12, 1998
Dance with Me August 21, 1998 Distribution only; produced by Mandalay Entertainment
Shadrach September 23, 1998
Vampires October 30, 1998 co-production with Largo Entertainment
I Still Know What You Did Last Summer November 13, 1998 co-production with Mandalay Entertainment
Stepmom December 25, 1998 co-production with 1492 Pictures
Still Crazy January 22, 1999
Gloria January 22, 1999 Distribution only; produced by Mandalay Entertainment
8mm February 26, 1999
Cruel Intentions March 5, 1999 co-production with Summit Entertainment, Newmarket Films and Original Film
The Deep End of the Ocean March 12, 1999 Distribution only; produced by Mandalay Entertainment
Go April 9, 1999 distribution
Idle Hands April 30, 1999 co-production with Licht Mueller Film Corperation and Team Todd Films
The Thirteenth Floor May 28, 1999 co-production with Centropolis Entertainment
Big Daddy June 25, 1999 co-production with Happy Madison Productions
Muppets from Space July 14, 1999 co-production with Jim Henson Pictures
Dick August 4, 1999 co-production with Phoenix Pictures
Blue Streak September 17, 1999 co-production with Runtledat Entertainment
The Adventures of Elmo in Grouchland October 1, 1999 co-production with Jim Henson Pictures and Children's Television Workshop
Random Hearts October 8, 1999 co-production with Lakeshore Entertainment
Crazy in Alabama October 22, 1999
Jakob the Liar September 24, 1999 co-production with Blue Wolf Productions
The Bone Collector November 5, 1999 International distributor; co-production with Universal Pictures
The Messenger: The Story of Joan of Arc November 12, 1999 co-production with Gaumont Film Company
The End of the Affair December 2, 1999
Virtual Sexuality December 3, 1999
Bicentennial Man December 17, 1999 International distributor; co-production with Touchstone Pictures and 1492 Pictures
Stuart Little December 17, 1999
Girl, Interrupted December 21, 1999

2000s Edit

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

2010s Edit

Release Date Title Notes
March 19, 2010 The Bounty Hunter 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
June 25, 2010 Grown Ups co-production with Happy Madison and Relativity Media
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
(limited) September 10, 2010
(wide) September 24, 2010
The Virginity Hit co-production with Gary Sanchez Productions
October 1, 2010 The Social Network Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture; 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
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 Pictures, Happy Madison, 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 co-production with Happy Madison Productions
September 16, 2011 Restless co-production with Imagine Entertainment and Sony Pictures Classics
September 23, 2011 Moneyball Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture; 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 co-production with Happy Madison 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 Pictures, Scott Rudin Productions and Yellow Bird Films
December 21, 2011 The Adventures of Tintin: 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 co-production with Michael De Luca, Hyde Park Entertainment, Imagenation Abu Dhabi, Crystal Sky Pictures and Marvel Entertainment
March 16, 2012 21 Jump Street co-production with Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Pictures, 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 co-production with Happy Madison
July 3, 2012 The Amazing Spider-Man co-production with Marvel Studios 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 Pictures, 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 USA distribution only; Universal Pictures held international rights; co-production with Relativity Media and AnnaPurna Pictures
December 25, 2012 Django Unchained international distribution only; co-production with The Weinstein Company
May 31, 2013 After Earth co-production with Overbrook Entertainment and Blinding Edge Pictures
June 12, 2013 This Is the End co-production with Mandate Pictures and Point Grey
June 28, 2013 White House Down co-production with Centropolis Entertainment and Mythology Entertainment
July 12, 2013 Grown Ups 2 co-production with Happy Madison
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 co-production with Relativity Media, Scott Rudin Productions and Michael De Luca Productions


Upcoming filmsEdit

Title Release Date Notes
December 18, 2013 Monuments Men

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USA distribution only; co-production with 20th Century Fox, Studio Babelsberg and Smokehouse Pictures
December 25, 2013 American Hustle
2013 Valet Guys co-production with Happy Madison and Relativity Media
February 7, 2014 RoboCop co-production with Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Pictures and Strike Entertainment
March 7, 2014 Invertigo
April 11, 2014 The Equalizer co-production with Village Roadshow Pictures and Escape Artists
May 2, 2014 The Amazing Spider-Man 2 co-production with Marvel Entertainment
June 13, 2014 22 Jump Street
October 4, 2014 The Interview
October 17, 2014 The Kitchen Sink
November 14, 2014 Fury
December 25, 2014 Annie co-production with Village Roadshow Pictures and Overbrook Entertainment
July 24, 2015 Pixels co-production with Village Roadshow Pictures, Happy Madison and 1492 Pictures
September 25, 2015 Hotel Transylvania 2 co-production with Sony Pictures Animation
October 16, 2015 Goosebumps co-production with Village Roadshow Pictures, Original Film and Scholastic Entertainment |- | align="right"| November 6, 2015 Bond 24 co-production with Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer and Eon Productions
December 18, 2015 Inferno
2015 The Adventures of Tintin: Prisoners of the Sun international distribution only; co-production with Paramount Pictures, Nickelodeon Movies, The Kennedy/Marshall Company, WingNut Films, Amblin Entertainment and Hemisphere Media Capital
June 10, 2016 The Amazing Spider-Man 3 co-production with Marvel Entertainment
July 1, 2016 Angry Birds co-production with Sony Pictures Animation and Rovio Entertainment
May 4, 2018 The Amazing Spider-Man 4 co-production with Marvel Entertainment

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

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