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This is a list of theatrical feature films released under the Touchstone Pictures film banner (known as that since 1986, with Tough Guys) and films released before that under the former name, Touchstone Films (1984–86).

Most films listed here were distributed in the United States, unless otherwise noted, by The Walt Disney Studios' theatrical distribution unit; currently known as Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures, formerly known as Buena Vista Distribution Company (until 1987) and Buena Vista Pictures Distribution (1987-2007).

This list does not include those titles theatrically distributed overseas by Buena Vista International, and subsequently released by Buena Vista Home Entertainment under the Touchstone label (e.g. Die Hard with a Vengeance, Air Force One and Bruce Almighty).

1980sEdit

Title US Release Co-production with Based on
Splash March 9, 1984
Country September 28, 1984 Far West and Panagea
Baby: Secret of the Lost Legend March 22, 1985 Silver Screen Partners II Mokele-mbembe myth
My Science Project August 9, 1985 Silver Screen Partners II
Down and Out in Beverly Hills January 31, 1986 Silver Screen Partners II Remake of Boudu Saved from Drowning
Off Beat April 11, 1986 Silver Screen Partners II
Ruthless People June 27, 1986 Silver Screen Partners II
Tough Guys October 3, 1986 Silver Screen Partners II and Bryna Productions
The Color of Money October 17, 1986 Silver Screen Partners II The Color of Money by Walter Tevis
Outrageous Fortune January 30, 1987 Silver Screen Partners II and Interscope Communications
Tin Men March 6, 1987 Silver Screen Partners III and Bandai Films
Ernest Goes to Camp May 22, 1987 Silver Screen Partners III and Emshell Producers Ernest P. Worrell character
Adventures in Babysitting July 1, 1987 Silver Screen Partners III
Stakeout August 5, 1987 Silver Screen Partners II
Can't Buy Me Love August 14, 1987 Silver Screen Partners III, Apollo Pictures, and The Mount Company
Hello Again November 6, 1987 Silver Screen Partners III
Three Men and a Baby November 25, 1987 Silver Screen Partners III and Interscope Communications Remake of Three Men and a Cradle
Good Morning, Vietnam December 25, 1987 Silver Screen Partners III Loosely based on Adrian Cronauer
Shoot to Kill February 12, 1988 Silver Screen Partners III and Century Park Pictures
D.O.A. March 18, 1988 Silver Screen Partners III and Bigelow Productions Remake of the 1950 film of the same name
Big Business June 10, 1988 Silver Screen Partners III
Who Framed Roger Rabbit June 22, 1988 Amblin Entertainment, Walt Disney Feature Animation and Silver Screen Partners III Who Censored Roger Rabbit? by Gary K. Wolf
Cocktail July 29, 1988 Silver Screen Partners III and Interscope Communications Novel by Heywood Gould
The Rescue August 5, 1988 Silver Screen Partners III
Heartbreak Hotel September 30, 1988 Silver Screen Partners III
The Good Mother November 4, 1988 Silver Screen Partners IV Novel by Sue Miller
Ernest Saves Christmas November 11, 1988 Silver Screen Partners III and Emshell Producers
Beaches December 21, 1988 Silver Screen Partners IV and All Girl Productions Novel by Iris Rainer Dart
Three Fugitives January 27, 1989 Silver Screen Partners IV Remake of Les Fugitifs
New York Stories March 10, 1989 Silver Screen Partners IV and American Zoetrope
Disorganized Crime April 14, 1989 Silver Screen Partners IV and Kouf/Bigelow Productions
Dead Poets Society June 9, 1989 Silver Screen Partners IV
Turner & Hooch July 28, 1989 Silver Screen Partners IV
An Innocent Man October 6, 1989 Silver Screen Partners IV and Interscope Communications
Gross Anatomy October 20, 1989 Silver Screen Partners IV, Sandollar Productions and Hill/Roseman
Blaze December 13, 1989 Silver Screen Partners IV and A&M Films Blaze Starr: My Life as Told to Huey Perry by Blaze Starr and Huey Perry

1990sEdit

Title US Release Co-production with Based on
Stella February 2, 1990 The Samuel Goldwyn Company

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Stella Dallas by Olive Higgins Prouty
Where the Heart Is February 23, 1990 Silver Screen Partners IV
Pretty Woman March 23, 1990 Silver Screen Partners IV
Ernest Goes to Jail April 6, 1990 Silver Screen Partners IV
Spaced Invaders April 27, 1990 Silver Screen Partners IV
Fire Birds May 25, 1990 Silver Screen Partners IV
Dick Tracy June 15, 1990 Silver Screen Partners IV Comic strip by Chester Gould
Betsy's Wedding June 22, 1990 Silver Screen Partners IV
Mr. Destiny October 12, 1990 Silver Screen Partners IV
Three Men and a Little Lady November 21, 1990 Silver Screen Partners IV
Green Card December 25, 1990 Silver Screen Partners IV
Scenes from a Mall February 22, 1991 Silver Screen Partners IV
Oscar April 26, 1991 Silver Screen Partners IV Remake of Oscar
What About Bob? May 17, 1991 Touchwood Pacific Partners
The Doctor July 24, 1991 Silver Screen Partners IV A Taste Of My Own Medicine by Edward Rosenbaum
True Identity August 23, 1991 Silver Screen Partners IV
Paradise September 18, 1991 Touchwood Pacific Partners Remake of The Grand Highway
Deceived September 27, 1991 Silver Screen Partners IV
Ernest Scared Stupid October 11, 1991 Touchwood Pacific Partners
Billy Bathgate November 1, 1991 Touchwood Pacific Partners Billy Bathgate by E. L. Doctorow
Father of the Bride December 20, 1991 Touchwood Pacific Partners and Sandollar Productions Remake of the 1950 film of the same name
Noises Off March 20, 1992 Amblin Entertainment and Touchwood Pacific Partners Play by Michael Frayn
Sister Act May 29, 1992 Touchwood Pacific Partners
3 Ninjas August 7, 1992 Touchwood Pacific Partners
The Gun in Betty Lou's Handbag August 21, 1992 Interscope Communications
Crossing the Bridge September 11, 1992
Captain Ron September 18, 1992 Touchwood Pacific Partners
Alive January 15, 1993 Paramount Pictures TP Alive: The Story of the Andes Survivors by Piers Paul Read, documenting the 1972 Andes flight disaster
The Cemetery Club February 3, 1993
Indian Summer April 23, 1993 Outlaw Productions
Life with Mikey June 4, 1993
What's Love Got to Do with It June 9, 1993 I, Tina by Tina Turner and Kurt Loder
Another Stakeout July 23, 1993
My Boyfriend's Back August 6, 1993
The Program September 24, 1993 The Samuel Goldwyn Company
The Nightmare Before Christmas TNBC October 29, 1993 Skellington Productions The Nightmare Before Christmas by Tim Burton
Sister Act 2: Back in the Habit December 10, 1993
Cabin Boy January 7, 1994
My Father the Hero February 4, 1994 Remake of the 1991 film of the same name
The Ref March 9, 1994 Don Simpson Productions & Jerry Bruckheimer Films
The Inkwell April 22, 1994
When a Man Loves a Woman April 29, 1994
Renaissance Man June 3, 1994 Cinergi Pictures
I Love Trouble June 29, 1994 Caravan Pictures
It's Pat August 25, 1994 Saturday Night Live character
A Simple Twist of Fate September 2, 1994
Ed Wood September 30, 1994 Life of Ed Wood
Bad Company January 20, 1995 BC
The Jerky Boys February 3, 1995 Caravan Pictures
Two Much March 15, 1995 Interscope Communications and Polygram Filmed Entertainment Remake of The Twin
Jefferson in Paris March 31, 1995 Merchant Ivory Productions Life of Thomas Jefferson
Mad Love May 26, 1995 Polygram Filmed Entertainment
Feast of July October 13, 1995 Merchant Ivory Productions Feast of July by H. E. Bates
Father of the Bride Part II December 8, 1995 Sandollar Productions and The Meyers/Shyer Company
Mr. Wrong February 16, 1996
Up Close & Personal March 1, 1996 Cinergi Pictures; North America distribution only Suggested by the novel Golden Girl: The Story of Jessica Savitch by Alanna Nash
Little Indian, Big City March 22, 1996 Canal+ and TF1 LIBC
Last Dance May 3, 1996
Boys May 10, 1996 Interscope Communications and PolyGram Filmed Entertainment
Phenomenon July 3, 1996
Kazaam July 17, 1996 Interscope Communications and PolyGram Filmed Entertainment; North America distribution only
Ransom November 8, 1996 Imagine Entertainment Remake of the 1956 film of the same name
The War at Home November 20, 1996
The Preacher's Wife December 13, 1996 The Samuel Goldwyn Company Remake of The Bishop's Wife
Metro January 17, 1997 Caravan Pictures
The 6th Man March 28, 1997
Romy and Michele's High School Reunion April 25, 1997 Ladies Room by Robin Schiff
Con Air June 6, 1997 Jerry Bruckheimer Films
Face/Off June 27, 1997 Paramount Pictures PT
Nothing to Lose July 18, 1997
A Thousand Acres September 19, 1997 Beacon Communications and PolyGram Filmed Entertainment Novel by Jane Smiley
Playing God October 17, 1997 Beacon Communications
Starship Troopers November 7, 1997 Starship Troopers by Robert A. Heinlein
Kundun December 25, 1997 Life of 14th Dalai Lama
Krippendorf's Tribe February 27, 1998 Krippendorf's Tribe by Frank Parkin
He Got Game May 1, 1998 40 Acres & A Mule Filmworks
The Horse Whisperer May 15, 1998 Novel by Nicholas Evans
Six Days Seven Nights June 12, 1998 Caravan Pictures
Armageddon July 1, 1998 Jerry Bruckheimer Films and Valhalla Motion Pictures
Jane Austen's Mafia! July 24, 1998
Snake Eyes August 7, 1998 Paramount Pictures; International distribution only
Holy Man October 9, 1998 Caravan Pictures
Rushmore October 9, 1998
Beloved October 16, 1998 Harpo Productions Beloved by Toni Morrison
The Waterboy November 6, 1998
Enemy of the State November 20, 1998 Jerry Bruckheimer Films
A Civil Action December 25, 1998 Paramount Pictures and Scott Rudin Productions TP Novel by Jonathan Harr, documenting Anderson v. Cryovac
The Other Sister February 26, 1999
10 Things I Hate About You March 31, 1999 The Taming of the Shrew by William Shakespeare
Instinct June 4, 1999 Spyglass Entertainment Ishmael by Daniel Quinn
Big Daddy June 25, 1999
Summer of Sam July 2, 1999 40 Acres & A Mule Filmworks
Runaway Bride July 30, 1999 Paramount Pictures and Interscope Communications PT
The 13th Warrior August 27, 1999 Eaters of the Dead by Michael Crichton
Mumford September 24, 1999
Bringing Out the Dead October 22, 1999 Paramount Pictures PT Novel by Joe Connelly
The Insider November 5, 1999 Spyglass Entertainment Vanity Fair article "The Man Who Knew Too Much" by Marie Brenner, documenting the 60 Minutes segment on Jeffrey Wigand
Deuce Bigalow: Male Gigolo December 10, 1999 Happy Madison
Cradle Will Rock December 10, 1999
Bicentennial Man December 17, 1999 Columbia Pictures and 1492 Pictures BM The Positronic Man by Isaac Asimov and Robert Silverberg

2000sEdit

Title US Release Co-production with Based on
Play It to the Bone January 21, 2000
Mission to Mars March 10, 2000 Spyglass Entertainment Inspired by Disneyland's attraction of the same name
High Fidelity March 31, 2000 Working Title Films Novel by Nick Hornby
Keeping the Faith April 14, 2000 Spyglass Entertainment
Shanghai Noon May 26, 2000 Spyglass Entertainment
Gone in 60 Seconds June 9, 2000 Jerry Bruckheimer Films Remake of the 1974 film of the same name
Coyote Ugly August 4, 2000 Jerry Bruckheimer Films GQ article "The Muse of the Coyote Ugly Saloon" by Elizabeth Gilbert
The Crew August 25, 2000
Unbreakable November 22, 2000 Barry Mendel Productions
O Brother, Where Art Thou? December 25, 2000 Universal Pictures, Working Title Films and Studio Canal; North America distribution only
Double Take January 12, 2001
Pearl Harbor May 25, 2001 Jerry Bruckheimer Films Attack on Pearl Harbor
Doolittle Raid
Crazy/Beautiful June 29, 2001
Bubble Boy August 24, 2001
New Port South September 7, 2001
Corky Romano October 12, 2001
High Heels and Low Lifes October 26, 2001
Out Cold November 21, 2001 Spyglass Entertainment and Donner's Company
The Royal Tenenbaums December 14, 2001
The Count of Monte Cristo January 25, 2002 Novel by Alexandre Dumas
Sorority Boys March 22, 2002 MBST Entertainment
Big Trouble April 5, 2002 Novel by Dave Barry
Frank McKlusky, C.I. April 26, 2002
Ultimate X: The Movie May 6, 2002 ESPN Films 2001 X Games
Bad Company June 7, 2002 Jerry Bruckheimer Films BC
Reign of Fire July 12, 2002 Spyglass Entertainment
Signs August 2, 2002 The Kennedy/Marshall Company Crop circle phenomena
Sweet Home Alabama September 27, 2002
Moonlight Mile October 4, 2002
The Hot Chick December 13, 2002 Happy Madison
25th Hour January 10, 2003 40 Acres & A Mule Filmworks
The Recruit January 31, 2003 Spyglass Entertainment
Shanghai Knights February 7, 2003 Spyglass Entertainment
Bringing Down the House March 7, 2003
Open Range August 15, 2003 Beacon Communications
Calendar Girls September 2, 2003 True story of a group of British women who produced a nude calendar to raise money for Leukaemia Research[1]
Hope Springs September 5, 2003 New Cardiff by Charles Webb
Cold Creek Manor September 19, 2003
Under the Tuscan Sun September 26, 2003 Novel by Frances Mayes
Veronica Guerin October 17, 2003 Jerry Bruckheimer Films Life of Veronica Guerin
Hidalgo February 17, 2004 Based on the legend of American distance rider Frank Hopkins and his mustang Hidalgo.
The Ladykillers March 26, 2004 Remake of the 1955 film with the same name
The Alamo April 9, 2004 Imagine Entertainment Battle of the Alamo
Raising Helen May 28, 2004 Beacon Communications
King Arthur July 7, 2004 Jerry Bruckheimer Films Stories of King Arthur
The Village July 30, 2004 Scott Rudin Productions
Mr. 3000 September 17, 2004 Spyglass Entertainment and The Kennedy/Marshall Company
The Last Shot September 24, 2004 MBST Entertainment
Ladder 49 October 1, 2004 Beacon Communications
The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou December 25, 2004 Scott Rudin Productions
A Lot Like Love April 22, 2005 Beacon Communications
Dark Water July 8, 2005 Remake of the 2002 film with the same name
Flightplan September 23, 2005 Imagine Entertainment
Shopgirl October 21, 2005 20th Century Fox and Hyde Park Entertainment; North America distribution only Novella by Steve Martin
Casanova December 25, 2005 Life of Giacomo Casanova
Annapolis January 27, 2006
Stick It April 28, 2006 Spyglass Entertainment
Goal! The Dream Begins May 12, 2006 Lawrence Bender Productions
Step Up August 19, 2006 Summit Entertainment
The Guardian September 26, 2006 Beacon Communications Inspired by U.S. Coast Guard Aviation Survival Technicians
The Prestige October 20, 2006 Warner Bros. Pictures, Syncopy Films and Newmarket Films; North America distribution only Novel by Christopher Priest
Deja Vu November 22, 2006 Jerry Bruckheimer Films
Apocalypto December 8, 2006 Icon Entertainment Maya civilization
Wild Hogs March 2, 2007 Tollin/Robbins Productions
Dan in Real Life October 26, 2007
Step Up 2: The Streets February 14, 2008 Summit Entertainment
Swing Vote August 1, 2008 Tree House Films
Miracle at St. Anna September 26, 2008 40 Acres & A Mule Filmworks and Rai Cinema Novel by James McBride
Confessions of a Shopaholic February 13, 2009 Jerry Bruckheimer Films Novel by Sophie Kinsella
The Proposal June 19, 2009 Mandeville Films
Surrogates September 25, 2009 Mandeville Films The Surrogates comic book series

2010sEdit

Title US Release Co-production with Based on
When in Rome January 29, 2010
The Last Song March 31, 2010 Offspring Entertainment Novel by Nicholas Sparks
Step Up 3D August 6, 2010 Summit Entertainment
You Again September 24, 2010 Frontier Pictures
The Tempest December 10, 2010 Miramax Films Play by William Shakespeare
Gnomeo & Juliet February 11, 2011 Rocket Pictures, Arc Productions and Miramax Films Play by William Shakespeare
I Am Number Four February 18, 2011 DreamWorks Pictures, Reliance Entertainment and Bay Films Novel by Pittacus Lore
The Help August 10, 2011 DreamWorks Pictures, Participant Media, Imagenation Abu Dhabi, Reliance Entertainment and 1492 Pictures Novel by Kathryn Stockett
Fright Night August 19, 2011 DreamWorks Pictures, Columbia Pictures and Reliance Entertainment Remake of the 1985 film of the same name
Real Steel October 7, 2011 DreamWorks Pictures, Reliance Entertainment, ImageMovers and 21 Laps Entertainment Steel by Richard Matheson
War Horse December 25, 2011 DreamWorks Pictures, Reliance Entertainment, Amblin Entertainment and The Kennedy/Marshall Company Novel by Michael Morpurgo
People Like Us June 29, 2012 DreamWorks Pictures, Reliance Entertainment and K/O Paper Products
The Wind Rises February 21, 2014 Studio Ghibli and The Kennedy/Marshall Company Kaze Tachinu by Hayao Miyazaki

Future releasesEdit

Title US Release Co-production with Based on
The Hundred-Foot Journey August 8, 2014 DreamWorks Pictures, Reliance Entertainment, Participant Media, Image Nation, Amblin Entertainment, Harpo Films Novel by Richard C. Morais
Robopocalypse TBD DreamWorks Pictures, Reliance Entertainment, 20th Century Fox and Amblin EntertainmentSF Novel of the same name by Daniel H. Wilson
The Fall Guy TBD DreamWorks Pictures and Reliance Entertainment Remake of The Fall Guy, 1981 TV series
The BFG TBD DreamWorks Pictures, Reliance Entertainment and Amblin Entertainment Novel of the same name by Roald Dahl

See alsoEdit


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