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Embassy Pictures Corporation (also and later known as AVCO Embassy Pictures as well as Embassy Films Associates) was an American production and distribution company.

FilmographyEdit

Release date Title Notes
April 27, 1956 Godzilla, King of the Monsters! 1956 re-cut of Godzilla, originally produced and released by Toho in 1954.
February 4, 1959 The Lady Is a Square distribuited by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, originally released byAssociated British-Pathé
July 22, 1959 Hercules distributed by Warner Bros.
February 17, 1960 Jack the Ripper distributed by Paramount Pictures
July 13, 1960 Hercules Unchained distributed by Warner Bros.
May 28, 1961 David and Goliath
August 10, 1961 The Thief of Baghdad Co-production with Titanus and Lux Compagnie Cinématographique de France, distributed by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer
November 17, 1961 Morgan, the Pirate Distributed by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer
December 13, 1961 The Wonders of Aladdin Distributed by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer
July 16, 1962 Strangers in the City
October 10, 1962 Long Day's Journey Into Night
January 23, 1963 The Last Days of Sodom and Gomorrah distributed by 20th Century Fox
April 9, 1963 Bluebeard
January 22, 1964 Zulu co-production with Paramount Pictures, only USA distribution
March 10, 1964 The Empty Canvas co-production with Paramount Pictures
April 9, 1964 The Carpetbaggers co-production with Paramount Pictures
August 12, 1964 A House Is Not a Home
November 2, 1964 Where Love Has Gone Distributed by Paramount Pictures
November 14, 1964 Santa Claus Conquers the Martians
December 18, 1964 Contempt
June 23, 1965 Harlow Distributed by Paramount Pictures
June 30, 1965 Requiem for a Gunfighter
July 31, 1965 The Bounty Killer
August 3, 1965 Darling US distribution only, Joseph Janni Production
October 20, 1965 Village of the Giants
October 1965 Git!
November 5, 1965 Country Music on Broadway
November 14, 1965 The Little Nuns US distribution only; Hesperia Cinematografica (Italy)
November 17, 1965 The Second Best Secret Agent in the Whole Wide World US distribution only; Alistair Films (UK)
December 20, 1965 The 10th Victim US distribution only; Italo-French co-production
March 4, 1966 The Oscar co-production with Paramount Pictures
April 10, 1966 Jesse James Meets Frankenstein's Daughter
April 10, 1966 John F. Kennedy: Years of Lightning, Day of Drums
April 14, 1966 Billy the Kid Versus Dracula
June 1966 The Cat
June 1, 1966 The Daydreamer co-production with Rankin/Bass Productions
June 1, 1966 An Eye for an Eye
June 10, 1966 Nevada Smith co-production with Paramount Pictures
August 3, 1966 A Man Called Adam
August 10, 1966 The Idol co-production with Paramount Pictures
September 1966 Jack Frost US distribution only; produced by Gorky Film Studio
November 2, 1966 Picture Mommy Dead
March 8, 1967 Mad Monster Party? co-production with Rankin/Bass Productions
May 1, 1967 They Came from Beyond Space US distribution only; produced by Amicus Productions
May 17, 1967 The Terrornauts US distribution only; produced by Amicus Productions
May 24, 1967 The Caper of the Golden Bulls
June 27, 1967 Woman Times Seven
September 6, 1967 Where the Bullets Fly
September 27, 1967 Robbery
October 25, 1967 Way Out
December 2, 1967 The Wacky World of Mother Goose co-production with Rankin/Bass Productions
December 21, 1967 The Graduate North American distribution only; United Artists held International distribution.
March 18, 1968 The Producers
October 30, 1968 The Lion in Winter
March 13, 1969 Baby Love
July 30, 1969 Stiletto
November 11, 1969 Don't Drink the Water
December 3, 1969 A Nice Girl Like Me
December 15, 1969 Generation
March 25, 1970 The Adventurers co-production with Paramount Pictures
May 1, 1970 The Thirteen Chairs
August 12, 1970 Soldier Blue
August 17, 1970 Macho Callahan
August 26, 1970 The People Next Door
October 14, 1970 C.C. and Company
January 21, 1971 Promise at Dawn
February 8, 1971 Hot Pants Holiday
February 17, 1971 The Man Who Had Power Over Women
February 28, 1971 The Sporting Club
June 30, 1971 Carnal Knowledge
September 15, 1971 The Steagle
December 1, 1971 The Ski Bum
1972 Wacky Taxi
February 15, 1972 The Nightcomers
April 1, 1972 J.C.
June 15, 1972 A Place Called Today
August 23, 1972 Rivals
September 13, 1972 The Ruling Class
October 1972 Thumb Tripping
November 1972 The Stoolie
February 1973 Jory
April 11, 1973 Book of Numbers
June 15, 1973 Interval
June 20, 1973 A Touch of Class
August 10, 1973 Night Watch
October 23, 1973 The Summertime Killer
November 14, 1973 Hurry Up, or I'll Be 30
December 19, 1973 The Day of the Dolphin
July 20, 1974 Lucky Luciano
September 20, 1974 Homebodies
November 7, 1974 The Tamarind Seed produced by ITC Entertainment and Lorimar Productions
December 5, 1974 The Photographer
March 1, 1975 Shatter
April 30, 1975 Tubby the Tuba
August 8, 1975 Farewell, My Lovely produced by ITC Entertainment
August 20, 1975 Russian Roulette
October 22, 1975 Diamonds
November 1, 1975 Permission to Kill
November 7, 1975 Mister Quilp
November 1975 Petersen
December 1975 Psychic Killer
January 1976 The Four Deuces
February 15, 1976 Deadly Hero
March 5, 1976 Man Friday
April 11, 1976 The Sailor Who Fell from Grace with the Sea
May 19, 1976 The Premonition
May 28, 1976 Shoot
October 27, 1976 Bittersweet Love
November 1976 Pipe Dreams
December 22, 1976 Voyage of the Damned produced by ITC Entertainment
January 1977 False Face
February 9, 1977 The Cassandra Crossing produced by ITC Entertainment
March 23, 1977 The Domino Principle produced by ITC Entertainment
May 7, 1977 Cross of Iron produced by EMI Films and ITC Entertainment
August 4, 1977 The Great Gundown
August 1977 Sidewinder 1
October 1977 The Chicken Chronicles
April 9, 1978 Rabbit Test
April 28, 1978 The Manitou
May 10, 1978 A Different Story
June 14, 1978 Go Tell the Spartans
August 1978 Stingray
October 1978 Born Again
November 1, 1978 Watership Down US theatrical distribution only
March 21, 1979 The Bell Jar
March 28, 1979 Phantasm
April 13, 1979 Old Boyfriends
May 11, 1979 Winter Kills
June 15, 1979 Goldengirl
August 31, 1979 City on Fire
September 19, 1979 The Onion Field
September 28, 1979 A Man, a Woman, and a Bank
January 25, 1980 Fish Hawk
February 1, 1980 The Fog
March 7, 1980 The Black Marble
March 7, 1980 Death Ship
April 1, 1980 The Baltimore Bullet
April 11, 1980 Night Games
June 1, 1980 Hog Wild
August 15, 1980 Prom Night
September 10, 1980 The Exterminator
September 26, 1980 Hopscotch
January 14, 1981 Scanners
January 23, 1981 Delusion
March 6, 1981 Dirty Tricks
March 13, 1981 The Howling
April 24, 1981 Take This Job and Shove It
May 29, 1981 The Night the Lights Went Out in Georgia co-produced with Viacom Enterprises
May 29, 1981 Dead & Buried
June 5, 1981 Final Exam
July 10, 1981 Escape from New York
August 14, 1981 An Eye for an Eye
September 25, 1981 Carbon Copy distribution only; produced by RKO Pictures and Hemdale Film Corporation
October 1981 Tulips
November 6, 1981 Time Bandits distribution only, produced by Handmade Films
January 22, 1982 Vice Squad
January 29, 1982 The Seduction
February 19, 1982 Swamp Thing
March 12, 1982 Parasite
May 7, 1982 Paradise
June 15, 1982 The Soldier
July 23, 1982 The Challenge distribution only, produced by CBS Theatrical Films
July 23, 1982 Zapped!
July 30, 1982 Hysterical
December 10, 1982 Savannah Smiles
April 8, 1983 Losin' It
April 20, 1983 Champions
June 17, 1983 Fanny and Alexander
July 8, 1983 Deadly Force
August 5, 1983 Get Crazy
September 23, 1983 Eddie and the Cruisers
March 2, 1984 This Is Spinal Tap
September 28, 1984 The Bear
March 1, 1985 The Sure Thing
July 3, 1985 The Emerald Forest
December 13, 1985 A Chorus Line co-production with PolyGram Filmed Entertainment; distributed by Columbia Pictures
January 31, 1986 The Goodbye People
April 25, 1986 Crimewave co-production with Renaissance Pictures; distributed by Columbia Pictures
May 2, 1986 Saving Grace distributed by Columbia Pictures
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