Carolco Pictures, Inc. was an American entertainment company.

Filmography[edit | edit source]

1970s[edit | edit source]

Release Date Title Notes
March 30, 1976 The Sicilian Cross financing; produced by Aetos Produzioni; distributed by Agora Cinematografica in Italy and American International Pictures in North America
July 9, 1976 A Small Town in Texas financing; produced and distributed by American International Pictures
July 28, 1976 Futureworld financing; produced and distributed by American International Pictures
October 8, 1976 The Cassandra Crossing financing; produced by ITC Entertainment; distributed by AVCO Embassy Pictures
March 23, 1977 The Domino Principle financing; produced by ITC Entertainment; distributed by AVCO Embassy Pictures
March 31, 1977 The Eagle Has Landed financing; produced by ITC Entertainment; distributed by Columbia Pictures
August 5, 1977 March or Die financing; produced by ITC Entertainment; distributed by Columbia Pictures
March 30, 1979 The Silent Partner distributed by EMC
May 11, 1979 Winter Kills financing; distributed by AVCO Embassy Pictures
May 30, 1979 The Fantastic Seven financing; produced by Martin Poll
September 1979 The Sensuous Nurse financing

1980s[edit | edit source]

Release Date Title Notes
March 28, 1980 The Changeling distributed by Associated Film Distribution
August 15, 1980 The Kidnapping of the President financing; distributed by Crown International Pictures
September 5, 1980 The Agency financing; distributed by Jensen Farley Pictures
September 9, 1980 Suzanne financing; distributed by 20th Century Fox
September 15, 1980 Shōgun financing; distributed by Paramount Pictures
December 14, 1980 Tribute financing; distributed by 20th Century Fox
February 1, 1981 Caboblanco financing; distributed by AVCO Embassy Pictures
March 23, 1981 The High Country financing; distributed by Crown International Pictures
April 1981 The Last Chase financing; distributed by Crown International Pictures
July 30, 1981 Escape to Victory with Lorimar; distributed by Paramount Pictures
September 25, 1981 Carbon Copy financing; produced by Hemdale Film Corporation and RKO Pictures, distributed by AVCO Embassy Pictures
December 18, 1981 Your Ticket Is No Longer Valid financing
February 12, 1982 The Amateur produced in association with Tiberius Film Productions; distributed by 20th Century Fox
October 22, 1982 First Blood distributed by Orion Pictures
January 1985 Superstition with Panaria, distributed by Almi Pictures
May 22, 1985 Rambo: First Blood Part II first film under distribution pact with TriStar Pictures
March 6, 1987 Angel Heart distributed by TriStar Pictures
April 24, 1987 Extreme Prejudice distributed by TriStar Pictures
October 23, 1987 Prince of Darkness with Alive films, Larry Franco Productions and Haunted Machine Productions; distributed by Universal Pictures
March 18, 1988 Pound Puppies and the Legend of Big Paw with The Maltese Companies; distributed by TriStar Pictures
May 25, 1988 Rambo III[1] distributed by TriStar Pictures
June 17, 1988 Red Heat distributed by TriStar Pictures
November 4, 1988 They Live with Alive films and Larry Franco Productions; distributed by Universal Pictures
November 11, 1988 Iron Eagle II distributed by TriStar Pictures
December 2, 1988 Watchers produced in association with Concorde Pictures; distributed by Universal Pictures
January 13, 1989 DeepStar Six distributed by TriStar Pictures
April 7, 1989 Pathfinder subtitled version of a film made in Norway
April 21, 1989 Field of Dreams distributed by Universal Pictures[2]
May 19, 1989 Food of the Gods II distributed by Concorde Pictures
August 4, 1989 Lock Up distributed by TriStar Pictures
September 29, 1989 Johnny Handsome distributed by TriStar Pictures
October 27, 1989 Shocker with Universal Pictures
December 15, 1989 The Wizard with Universal Pictures
December 22, 1989 Music Box distributed by TriStar Pictures

1990s[edit | edit source]

Release Date Title Notes
February 23, 1990 Mountains of the Moon distributed by TriStar Pictures
March 30, 1990 Opportunity Knocks with Imagine Films Entertainment; distributed by Universal Pictures
June 1, 1990 Total Recall distributed by TriStar Pictures
August 10, 1990 Air America distributed by TriStar Pictures
September 21, 1990 Narrow Margin distributed by TriStar Pictures
November 2, 1990 Jacob's Ladder distributed by TriStar Pictures
December 19, 1990 Hamlet Foreign distribution with Warner Bros., Icon Productions, and Nelson Entertainment
February 8, 1991 L.A. Story distributed by TriStar Pictures
March 1, 1991 The Doors with Bill Graham Films and Imagine Entertainment
March 29, 1991 Career Opportunities with Hughes Entertainment; distributed by Universal Pictures
April 25, 1991 The Punisher home media and television distribution[3] in North America only, distributed by New World Pictures internationally
July 3, 1991 Terminator 2: Judgment Day with Lightstorm Entertainment and Le Studio Canal+; distributed by TriStar Pictures
March 20, 1992 Basic Instinct with Le Studio Canal+; distributed by TriStar Pictures
June 26, 1992 Incident at Oglala Miramax Films
July 10, 1992 Universal Soldier[4] with Centropolis Entertainment; distributed by TriStar Pictures
August 21, 1992 Light Sleeper New Line division Fine Line Features
December 25, 1992 Chaplin distributed by TriStar Pictures
May 28, 1993 Cliffhanger with Le Studio Canal+; distributed by TriStar Pictures
August 26, 1994 Wagons East last Carolco film to be distributed by TriStar Pictures.
October 28, 1994 Stargate with Le Studio Canal+, distributed by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer
September 8, 1995 Last of the Dogmen with Savoy Pictures
September 22, 1995 Showgirls with United Artists and Chargeurs[5]
December 22, 1995 Cutthroat Island distributed by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer

Seven Arts Pictures[edit | edit source]

Release Date Title Notes
September 14, 1990 Repossessed distributed by New Line/Seven Arts
September 28, 1990 King of New York distributed by New Line/Seven Arts
February 1, 1991 Queens Logic distributed by New Line/Seven Arts; with New Visions Pictures
May 10, 1991 Sweet Talker distributed by New Line/Seven Arts; with New Visions Pictures
May 17, 1991 Dice Rules distributed by New Line/Seven Arts
August 23, 1991 Defenseless distributed by New Line/Seven Arts; with New Visions Pictures
September 20, 1991 Rambling Rose distributed by New Line/Seven Arts
October 25, 1991 Get Back distributed by New Line/Seven Arts; with Majestic Films and Allied Filmmakers
November 1991 The Dark Wind distributed by New Line/Seven Arts; with Le Studio Canal+
June 21, 1992 Aces: Iron Eagle III distributed by New Line/Seven Arts

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