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This is a list of films produced, co-produced, and/or distributed by Warner Bros. and its subsidiary First National for the years 1928-1960. From 1928 to 1936, films by First National continued to be credited solely to "First National Pictures". In July 1936, stockholders of First National Pictures, Inc. (primarily Warner Bros.) voted to dissolve the corporation and no further separate First National pictures were made.

* :public domain
(FN) : First National Picture

1910sEdit

Title Release date Notes
My Four Years in Germany March 10, 1918 Lost film.
Kaiser's Finish December 1918 Lost film.
Open Your Eyes May 1919 Lost film.
Beware! June 1, 1919 Lost film.

1920s Edit

Title Release date
The Tiger Band 1920
The Lost City January 1920
School Days 1921
Ashamed of Parents 1921
Heroes of the Street 1922
Rags to Riches 1922
The Beautiful and Damned 1922
Films released before 1923 are in the public domain
Title Release date
Little Church Around the Corner 1923
Little Johnny Jones 1923
Lucretia Lombard 1923
Main Street 1923
The Country Kid 1923
The Gold Diggers 1923
The Tie That Binds 1923
Tiger Rose 1923
Brass 1923
Circus Days 1923
Lover of Camille 1924
Lover's Lane 1924
The Lighthouse by the Sea 1924
The Marriage Circle 1924
The Narrow Street 1924
This Woman 1924
Three Women 1924
A Lost Lady 1924
Babbitt 1924
Beau Brummel* 1924
Being Respectable 1924
Broadway After Dark 1924
Conductor 1492 1924
Cornered 1924
Daddies 1924
The Dark Swan 1924
George Washington, Jr. 1924
How to Educate a Wife 1924
Recompense 1925
Rose of the World 1925
Satan in Sables 1925
Seven Sinners 1925
Clash of the Wolves 1925
The Man on the Box 1925
The Wife Who Wasn't Wanted 1925
Three Weeks in Paris 1925
Tracked in the Snow County 1925
Across the Pacific 1926
The Little Irish Girl 1926
The Third Degree 1926
Vitaphone Sound System Introduced
Title Release date Notes
Don Juan August 6, 1926 Synchronized Score
The Better 'Ole October 7, 1926 Synchronized Score
When a Man Loves February 3, 1927 Synchronized Score
Old San Francisco June 21, 1927 Synchronized Score
The First Auto August 14, 1927 Synchronized Score
The Jazz Singer October 6, 1927 First Part-Talkie Feature
The Little Snob February 11, 1928 Part-Talkie. Lost film
Tenderloin March 14, 1928 Part-Talkie. Lost film.
Glorious Betsy April 26, 1928 Part-Talkie
The Lion And The Mouse June 15, 1928 Part-Talkie
Lights of New York July 8, 1928 First All-Talkie Feature.
The Terror August 15, 1928 All-Talking. Lost film.
State Street Sadie September 2, 1928 Part-Talkie. Lost film.
The Singing Fool September 19, 1928 Part-Talkie
Women They Talk About October 14, 1928 Part-Talkie. Lost film.
Land Of The Silver Fox October 18, 1928 Part-Talkie
The Home Towners October 23, 1928 All-Talking. Lost film.
Beware Of Bachelors October 27, 1928 Part-Talkie
The Midnight Taxi October 28, 1928 Part-Talkie
On Trial November 14, 1928 All-Talking. Lost film.
Caught In The Fog December 2, 1928 Part-Talkie
My Man December 21, 1928 Part-Talkie. Lost film.
Lilac Time (FN) August 12, 1928 Synchronized Score
Adoration (FN) December 2, 1928 Synchronized Score.
The Barker (FN) December 9, 1928 Part-Talkie.
The Little Wildcat January 5, 1929 Part-Talkie. Lost film.
Conquest January 19, 1929 All-Talking. Lost film.
Million Dollar Collar February 9, 1929 Part-Talkie.
Fancy Baggage February 23, 1929 Part-Talkie.
Stark Mad March 2, 1929 All-Talking. Lost film.
The Greyhound Limited March 23, 1929 Part-Talkie.
Queen of the Night Clubs March 24, 1929 All-Talking. Lost film.
The Redeeming Sin April 6, 1929 Part-Talkie. Lost film.
Stolen Kisses April 13, 1929 Part-Talkie. Lost film.
One Stolen Night April 20, 1929 Part-Talkie. Lost film.
Kid Gloves April 27, 1929 Part-Talkie. Lost film.
Hardboiled Rose May 4, 1929 Part-Talkie. Lost film.
No Defense May 11, 1929 Part-Talkie. Lost film.
The Desert Song May 11, 1929 All-Talking. Part Technicolor.
Sonny Boy May 18, 1929 Part-Talkie. Lost film.
Frozen River May 25, 1929 Part-Talkie. Lost film.
Noah's Ark May 31, 1929 Part-Talkie
From Headquarters June 6, 1929 Part-Talkie. Lost film.
Glad Rag Doll June 8, 1929 Part-Talkie. Lost film.
The Time, The Place And The Girl July 8, 1929 All-Talking. Lost film.
On with the Show July 13, 1929 All-Talking. All Technicolor.
Madonna Of Avenue A July 22, 1929 All-Talking. Lost film.
The Gamblers August 3, 1929 All-Talking. Lost film.
Honky Tonk September 21, 1929 All-Talking. Lost film.
The Hottentot September 28, 1929 All-Talking. Lost film.
The Argyle Case October 5, 1929 All-Talking. Lost film.
Gold Diggers Of Broadway October 5, 1929 All-Talking. All Technicolor. Lost film.
Evidence October 5, 1929 All-Talking. Lost film.
Say It With Songs October 19, 1929 All-Talking.
Is Everybody Happy? October 19, 1929 All-Talking. Lost film.
In The Headlines October 26, 1929 All-Talking. Lost film.
Disraeli November 1, 1929 All-Talking. Nominee for the Academy Award for Best Picture.
Skin Deep November 2, 1929 All-Talking. Lost film.
The Sap November 9, 1929 Part-Talkie. Lost film.
Hearts In Exile November 16, 1929 All-Talking. Lost film.
So Long Letty November 16, 1929 All-Talking.
The Sacred Flame November 30, 1929 All-Talking. Lost film.
The Aviator December 14, 1929 All-Talking. Lost film.
Tiger Rose December 21, 1929 All-Talking. Lost film.
The Show of Shows December 28, 1929 All-Talking. Part Technicolor.
Synthetic Sin (FN) January 6, 1929 Synchronized Score
Weary River (FN) February 10, 1929 Part-Talkie.
Seven Footprints To Satan (FN) February 17, 1929 Synchronized Score
Why Be Good? (FN) March 17, 1929 Synchronized Score
The Divine Lady (FN) March 31, 1929 Synchronized Score
His Captive Woman (FN) April 7, 1929 Part-Talkie.
The House Of Horror (FN) April 28, 1929 Part-Talkie.
Hot Stuff (FN) April 7, 1929 Part-Talkie.
Saturday's Children (FN) April 14, 1929 Part-Talkie. Lost film.
Two Weeks Off (FN) May 12, 1929 Part-Talkie. Lost film
Prisoners (FN) May 19, 1929 Part-Talkie. Lost film.
The Squall (FN) May 26, 1929 All-Talkie.
Careers (FN) June 2, 1929 All-Talkie. Lost film.
The Girl In The Glass Cage (FN) June 23, 1929 Part-Talkie. Lost film.
Broadway Babies (FN) June 30, 1929 All-Talking.
The Man And The Moment (FN) July 7, 1929 Part-Talkie. Lost film.
Twin Beds (FN) July 14, 1929 All-Talkie. Lost film.
Drag (FN) July 21, 1929 All-Talking.
Smiling Irish Eyes (FN) July 28, 1929 All-Talking. Technicolor sequences. Lost film.
Hard To Get (FN) August 4, 1929 All-Talking. Lost film.
Dark Streets (FN) August 11, 1929 All-Talking. Lost film.
The Careless Age (FN) August 18, 1929 All-Talking. Lost film.
Her Private Life (FN) August 25, 1929 All-Talking. Lost film.
Fast LifeTemplate:Dn (FN) September 1, 1929 All-Talking. Lost film.
The Great Divide (FN) September 15, 1929 All-Talking.
A Most Immoral Lady (FN) September 22, 1929 All-Talking. Lost film.
The Isle Of Lost Ships (FN) September 29, 1929 All-Talking.
Young Nowheres (FN) October 20, 1929 All-Talking. Lost film.
The Girl From Woolworths (FN) October 27, 1929 All-Talking. Lost film.
Footlights And Fools (FN) November 10, 1929 All-Talking. Lost film.
The Forward Pass (FN) November 10, 1929 All-Talking. Lost film.
Little Johnny Jones (FN) November 17, 1929 All-Talking. Lost film.
Paris (FN) November 24, 1929 All-Talking. Part Technicolor. Lost film.
The Painted Angel (FN) December 1, 1929 All-Talking. Lost film.
The Love Racket (FN) December 8, 1929 All-Talking. Lost film.
Wedding Rings (FN) December 29, 1929 All-Talking. Lost film.
Films released in 1930 and after are All-Talking. No further Part-Talkies or Silent Films were released.

1930s Edit

Title Release date Notes
Second Choice January 4, 1930 Lost Film
General Crack January 25, 1930 Part Technicolor. Sound version lost. Silent version survives.
Wide Open February 1, 1930
She Couldn't Say No February 15, 1930 Lost Film
Isle of Escape March 1, 1930 Lost Film
The Green Goddess March 8, 1930
Song of the West March 15, 1930 All Technicolor. Lost Film
On The Border March 15, 1930
Under a Texas Moon April 1, 1930 All Technicolor. Print at UCLA.
Those Who Dance April 19, 1930
The Second Floor Mystery April 26, 1930
Hold Everything May 1, 1930 All Technicolor. Lost Film
The Man Hunter May 5, 1930 Lost Film
Dumbbells in Ermine May 10, 1930 Lost Film
The Man from Blankley's May 24, 1930 Lost Film. Only fragments survive.
Mammy May 31, 1930 Technicolor sequences.
Courage June 7, 1930 Lost Film.
Rough Waters June 7, 1930 Lost Film.
Golden Dawn June 14, 1930 All Technicolor. Survives only in black and white.
Recaptured Love July 8, 1930
Sweet Kitty Bellairs August 9, 1930 All Technicolor. Survives only in black and white.
Dancing Sweeties July 19, 1930
Three Faces East July 26, 1930
The Matrimonial Bed August 2, 1930
Oh Sailor Behave August 16, 1930
The Office Wife August 23, 1930
Big Boy September 6, 1930
Moby Dick September 13, 1930
Old English September 27, 1930
Maybe It's Love October 4, 1930
Sinner's Holiday October 11, 1930
The Doorway to Hell October 18, 1930
The Life of the Party October 25, 1930 All Technicolor. Survives only in black and white.
A Soldier's Plaything November 1, 1930
River's End November 1, 1930
Outward Bound November 29, 1930
Man to Man December 6, 1930
Divorce Among Friends December 13, 1930
Captain Thunder December 27, 1930
Lilies of the Field (FN) January 5, 1930 Lost Film
Sally (FN) January 12, 1930 All Technicolor. Survives only in black and white. Color fragments survive.
Playing Around (FN) January 19, 1930
In the Next Room (FN) January 26, 1930 Lost Film
Loose Ankles (FN) February 2, 1930
The Other Tomorrow (FN) February 9, 1930 Lost Film
No, No, Nanette (FN) February 16, 1930 Part Technicolor. Lost Film
Strictly Modern (FN) March 2, 1930 Lost Film
Son of the Gods (FN) March 9, 1930 Part Technicolor. Survives only in black and white.
The Furies (FN) March 16, 1930 Lost Film
Murder Will Out (FN) April 6, 1930 Lost Film
Spring is Here (FN) April 13, 1930
Show Girl in Hollywood (FN) April 20, 1930 Part Technicolor. Survives only in black and white.
A Notorious Affair (FN) May 4, 1930
The Flirting Widow (FN) May 11, 1930
Song of the Flame (FN) May 25, 1930 All Technicolor. Lost Film
Back Pay (FN) June 1, 1930
Sweethearts and Wives (FN) June 15, 1930
The Bride of the Regiment (FN) June 22, 1930 All Technicolor. Lost Film
Sweet Mama (FN) July 6, 1930
Road to Paradise (FN) July 20, 1930
Numbered Men (FN) August 6, 1930
The Dawn Patrol (FN) August 10, 1930
Top Speed (FN) August 24, 1930
The Way of All Men (FN) September 7, 1930 Lost Film
The Bad Man (FN) September 15, 1930 Unpreserved nitrate print at UCLA. In danger of being lost.
Bright Lights (FN) September 21, 1930 All Technicolor. Survives only in black and white. Color fragments at LOC.
Scarlet Pages (FN) September 28, 1930
College Lovers (FN) October 5, 1930 Lost Film
The Girl of the Golden West (FN) October 12, 1930 Lost Film
The Truth About Youth (FN) October 19, 1930
The Gorilla (FN) November 2, 1930 Lost Film
Sunny (FN) November 9, 1930
The Widow from Chicago (FN) November 23, 1930
One Night at Susie's (FN) November 30, 1930
Mother's Cry (FN) December 7, 1930
The Lash (FN) December 14, 1930
Viennese Nights January 3, 1931 All Technicolor. Print at UCLA.
Other Men's Women January 17, 1931
Captain Applejack January 31, 1931
Illicit February 14, 1931
Sit Tight February 28, 1931
Fifty Million Frenchmen March 21, 1931 All Technicolor. Survives only in black and white.
God's Gift to Women April 25, 1931
Svengali April 29, 1931
The Millionaire May 15, 1931
The Public Enemy May 22, 1931
The Maltese Falcon June 13, 1931
Gold Dust Gertie June 27, 1931
Smart Money July 11, 1931
Children of Dreams July 25, 1931 Lost film.
Night Nurse August 8, 1931
Bought! August 8, 1931
The Star Witness August 21, 1931
Alexander Hamilton September 12, 1931
Side Show September 19, 1931
The Road to Singapore October 10, 1931
Expensive Women October 24, 1931
The Mad Genius November 7, 1931
Blonde Crazy November 14, 1931
The Naughty Flirt (FN) January 11, 1931
Kismet (FN) January 18, 1931 Lost Film
Little Caesar (FN) January 25, 1931
Going Wild (FN) February 2, 1931
The Right of Way (FN) February 7, 1931
Kiss Me Again (FN) February 21, 1931 All Technicolor. Survives only in black and white.
Father's Son (FN) March 7, 1931
The Hot Heiress (FN) March 28, 1931
Woman Hungry (FN) April 4, 1931 All Technicolor. Lost film.
The Finger Points (FN) April 11, 1931
Misbehaving Ladies (FN) April 18, 1931
Too Young to Marry (FN) May 8, 1931
The Lady Who Dared (FN) May 29, 1931
Party Husband (FN) June 6, 1931
Men of the Sky (FN) June 20, 1931 Lost film.
Big Business Girl (FN) July 4, 1931
Chances (FN) July 18, 1931
Broadminded (FN) August 1, 1931
The Reckless Hour (FN) August 15, 1931
The Last Flight (FN) August 29, 1931
The Bargain (FN) September 5, 1931 Lost film.
I Like Your Nerve (FN) September 12, 1931
Five Star Final (FN) September 26, 1931
Penrod and Sam (FN) October 3, 1931
Honor of the Family (FN) October 17, 1931 Lost film.
The Ruling Voice (FN) October 31, 1931
Local Boy Makes Good (FN) November 28, 1931
Compromised (FN) December 5, 1931 Lost film.
Safe in Hell (FN) December 12, 1931
Her Majesty, Love (FN) December 26, 1931
Manhattan Parade 1932 All Technicolor. Survives only in black and white.
The Cabin in the Cotton 1932
Doctor X 1932 All Technicolor.
I Am a Fugitive from a Chain Gang 1932Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
Baby Face 1933
Wild Boys of the Road 1933
The Working Man 1933
Mystery of the Wax Museum 1933 All Technicolor.
42nd Street 1933Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
Gold Diggers of 1933 1933and sequels
Footlight Parade 1933
Bureau of Missing Persons 1933
Ex-Lady 1933
Picture Snatcher 1933
Lady Killer 1933
Housewife 1934
Flirtation Walk 1934
Fashions of 1934 1934
The Big Shakedown 1934
Dames 1934
Here Comes the Navy 1934Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
A Midsummer Night's Dream 1935Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
Front Page Woman 1935
Frisco Kid 1935
G Men 1935
Captain Blood 1935Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
Ceiling Zero 1936
Bullets or Ballots 1936
The Petrified Forest 1936
The Story of Louis Pasteur 1936Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
Anthony Adverse 1936Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
Great Guy 1936
Ever Since Eve 1937
The Life of Emile Zola 1937Winner of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
That Certain Woman 1937
Midnight Court 1937
San Quentin 1937
The Perfect Specimen 1937
Tovarich 1937
Crime School 1938
Angels with Dirty Faces 1938
The Adventures of Robin Hood 1938Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
Boy Meets Girl 1938
The Dawn Patrol 1938remake of the Warner Bros. 1930 film
Four's a Crowd 1938
Four Daughters 1938Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
Jezebel 1938Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
They Made Me a Criminal 1939
The Roaring Twenties 1939
Hell's Kitchen 1939
Each Dawn I Die 1939
The Angels Wash Their Faces 1939
The Return of Doctor X 1939
Dark Victory 1939Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
Juarez 1939
On Your Toes 1939
Confessions of a Nazi Spy 1939

TOTAL=106

1940s Edit

Title Release date Notes
A Child Is Born January 6, 1940
Brother Rat and a Baby January 13, 1940
The Fighting 69th January 27, 1940
British Intelligence January 29, 1940
Calling Philo Vance February 3, 1940
Granny Get Your Gun February 10, 1940
Castle on the Hudson February 17, 1940
Dr. Ehrlich's Magic Bullet March 2, 1940
Three Cheers for the Irish March 16, 1940
Virginia City March 23, 1940
It All Came True April 6, 1940
King of the Lumberjacks April 13, 1940
'Til We Meet Again April 20, 1940
An Angel from Texas April 27, 1940
Tear Gas Squad May 4, 1940
Saturday's Children May 11, 1940
Flight Angels May 18, 1940
Torrid Zone May 25, 1940
Murder in the Air June 1, 1940
Brother Orchid June 8, 1940
A Fugitive from Justice June 15, 1940
Gambling on the High Seas June 22, 1940
The Sea Hawk July 1, 1940
All This and Heaven Too July 13, 1940 Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
My Love Came Back July 13, 1940
The Man Who Talked Too Much July 16, 1940
Ladies Must Live July 27, 1940
They Drive by Night August 3, 1940
River's End August 10, 1940
Money and the Woman August 17, 1940
Flowing Gold August 24, 1940
Calling All Husbands September 7, 1940
No Time for Comedy September 14, 1940
City for Conquest September 21, 1940
Knute Rockne, All American October 5, 1940
A Dispatch from Reuter's October 19, 1940
Tugboat Annie Sails Again October 26, 1940
Always a Bride November 2, 1940
East of the River November 9, 1940
South of Suez November 16, 1940
Father Is a Prince November 18, 1940
The Letter November 23, 1940 Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
Lady with Red Hair November 30, 1940
She Couldn't Say No December 7, 1940
Santa Fe Trail* December 28, 1940
Four Mothers January 4, 1941
The Case of the Black Parrot January 11, 1941
Honeymoon for Three January 18, 1941
High Sierra January 25, 1941
Flight from Destiny February 8, 1941
Father's Son February 12, 1941
The Great Mr. Nobody February 15, 1941
The Strawberry Blonde February 22, 1941
Shadows on the Stairs March 1, 1941
Footsteps in the Dark March 8, 1941
Here Comes Happiness March 15, 1941
The Sea Wolf March 21, 1941
Knockout March 29, 1941
A Shot in the Dark April 5, 1941
The Great Lie April 12, 1941
Strange Alibi April 19, 1941
The Wagons Roll at Night April 25, 1941
Thieves Fall Out May 3, 1941
Meet John Doe* May 3, 1941
Affectionately Yours May 10, 1941
Singapore Woman May 17, 1941
The Nurse's Secret May 24, 1941
Million Dollar Baby May 31, 1941
Shining Victory June 7, 1941
Out of the Fog June 14, 1941
Underground June 28, 1941
Kisses for Breakfast July 5, 1941
The Bride Came C.O.D. July 12, 1941
Bullets for O'Hara July 19, 1941
Bad Men of Missouri July 26, 1941
Three Sons o' Guns August 2, 1941
International Squadron August 13, 1941
Highway East August 23, 1941
Dive Bomber August 30, 1941
The Smiling Ghost September 6, 1941
Navy Blues September 13, 1941
Nine Lives Are Not Enough September 20, 1941
Sergeant York September 27, 1941 Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
Passage from Hong Kong September 1941
Law of the Tropics October 4, 1941
Target for Tonight October 17, 1941
The Maltese Falcon October 18, 1941 Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
One Foot in Heaven November 1, 1941 Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
Blues in the Night November 15, 1941
They Died with Their Boots On November 21, 1941
All Through the Night December 2, 1941
The Body Disappears December 6, 1941
Steel Against the Sky December 13, 1941
Dangerously They Live December 24, 1941
You're in the Army Now December 25, 1941
The Man Who Came to Dinner January 24, 1942
Wild Bil Hickok Rides January 31, 1942
The Prime Minister February 3, 1942
Atlantic Ferry February 7, 1942
Captains of the Clouds February 21, 1942
Bullet Scars March 7, 1942
Always in My Heart March 14, 1942
This Was Paris March 21, 1942
Lady Gangster April 1, 1942
I Was Framed April 4, 1942
The Male Animal April 4, 1942
Murder in the Big House April 11, 1942
Kings Row April 18, 1942 Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
Larceny, Inc. May 2, 1942
In This Our Life May 16, 1942
Juke Girl May 30, 1942
Spy Ship June 6, 1942
Yankee Doodle Dandy June 6, 1942 Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
The Big Shot June 13, 1942
Wings for the Eagle July 18, 1942
Escape from Crime July 25, 1942
The Gay Sisters August 1, 1942
Across the Pacific September 5, 1942
Secret Enemies September 17, 1942
Busses Roar September 19, 1942
Desperate Journey September 26, 1942
You Can't Escape Forever October 10, 1942
Now, Voyager October 31, 1942
The Hidden Hand November 7, 1942
Gentleman Jim November 14, 1942
Casablanca November 26, 1942 Winner of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
George Washington Slept Here November 28, 1942
Flying Fortress December 5, 1942
Baptism of Fire 1943
The Gorilla Man January 16, 1943
Truck Busters February 6, 1943
The Hard Way February 20, 1943
The Mysterious Doctor March 3, 1943
Air Force March 20, 1943
Edge of Darkness April 24, 1943
Mission to Moscow May 22, 1943
Action in the North Atlantic June 12, 1943
The Constant Nymph June 23, 1943
Pledge to Bataan July 1, 1943
Background to Danger July 3, 1943
This Is the Army* August 14, 1943
Watch on the Rhine August 27, 1943 Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
Murder on the Waterfront September 18, 1943
Thank Your Lucky Stars September 25, 1943
Adventure in Iraq September 27, 1943
Princess O'Rourke October 23, 1943
Find the Blackmailer November 6, 1943
Northern Pursuit November 13, 1943
Old Acquaintance November 27, 1943
The Desert Song December 17, 1943
Destination Tokyo December 31, 1943
In Our Time February 19, 1944
Passage to Marseille March 11, 1944
Shine On, Harvest Moon April 8, 1944
Uncertain Glory April 22, 1944
Between Two Worlds May 20, 1944
Mr. Skeffington May 25, 1944
Make Your Own Bed June 10, 1944
The Mask of Dimitrios July 1, 1944
The Adventures of Mark Twain July 22, 1944
Janie September 2, 1944
Crime by Night September 9, 1944
Arsenic and Old Lace September 23, 1944 produced in 1941
The Last Ride October 7, 1944
To Have and Have Not October 11, 1944
The Very Thought of You October 20, 1944
The Conspirators October 24, 1944
The Doughgirls November 25, 1944
Hollywood Canteen December 31, 1944
Roughly Speaking January 31, 1945
Objective, Burma! February 17, 1945
Hotel Berlin March 2, 1945
God Is My Co-Pilot April 7, 1945
The Horn Blows at Midnight April 28, 1945
Escape in the Desert May 1, 1945
Pillow to Post June 9, 1945
Conflict June 15, 1945
The Corn Is Green July 14, 1945
Christmas in Connecticut August 11, 1945
Pride of the Marines August 24, 1945
Rhapsody in Blue September 22, 1945
Mildred Pierce October 20, 1945 Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
Confidential Agent November 10, 1945
Danger Signal November 14, 1945
Saratoga Trunk November 21, 1945
Too Young to Know December 1, 1945
Appointment in Tokyo December 7, 1945
San Antonio December 29, 1945
My Reputation January 26, 1946
Three Strangers January 28, 1946
Cinderella Jones March 9, 1946
Devotion April 20, 1946
Her Kind of Man May 11, 1946
One More Tomorrow June 1, 1946
Janie Gets Married June 22, 1946
Night and Day July 2, 1946
A Stolen Life July 6, 1946
Of Human Bondage July 20, 1946
Two Guys from Milwaukee July 26, 1946
The Big Sleep August 23, 1946
Shadow of a Woman September 14, 1946
Cloak and Dagger September 28, 1946
Deception October 18, 1946
Nobody Lives Forever November 1, 1946
Never Say Goodbye November 9, 1946
The Verdict November 23, 1946
The Beast with Five Fingers December 25, 1946
Humoresque December 25, 1946
The Time, the Place and the Girl December 28, 1946
The Man I Love January 11, 1947
Nora Prentiss February 22, 1947
Pursued March 2, 1947
The Two Mrs. Carrolls March 4, 1947
That Way with Women March 29, 1947
Stallion Road April 12, 1947
Love and Learn May 2, 1947
The Unfaithful June 5, 1947
Cheyenne June 6, 1947
Possessed July 26, 1947
Deep Valley July 30, 1947
Life with Father* August 14, 1947
Cry Wolf August 19, 1947
Dark Passage September 27, 1947
That Hagen Girl November 1, 1947
Escape Me Never November 7, 1947
Always Together December 10, 1947
The Voice of the Turtle December 25, 1947
My Wild Irish Rose December 27, 1947
The Treasure of the Sierra Madre January 24, 1948 Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
My Girl Tisa February 7, 1948
They Made Me a Fugitive March 6, 1948
April Showers March 27, 1948
Winter Meeting April 7, 1948
To the Victor April 16, 1948
The Woman in White May 15, 1948
Silver River May 29, 1948
Wallflower June 13, 1948
The Big Punch June 26, 1948
Romance on the High Seas July 3, 1948
Key Largo July 31, 1948
Embraceable You July 1948
Rope August 28, 1948 co-production with Transatlantic Pictures, rights now owned by Universal Pictures
Two Guys from Texas September 4, 1948
Johnny Belinda September 14, 1948
Smart Girls Don't Talk October 9, 1948
June Bride October 29, 1948
Fighter Squadron November 27, 1948
Adventures of Don Juan December 1, 1948
The Decision of Christopher Blake December 23, 1948
Whiplash December 24, 1948
One Sunday Afternoon January 1, 1949
John Loves Mary February 4, 1949
Flaxy Martin February 15, 1949
South of St. Louis March 6, 1949
A Kiss in the Dark March 26, 1949
Burma Victory April 1, 1949
Homicide April 2, 1949
My Dream Is Yours April 16, 1949
The Younger Brothers May 3, 1949
Flamingo Road May 6, 1949
Night Unto Night June 10, 1949
Colorado Territory June 11, 1949
One Last Fling June 30, 1949
The Fountainhead July 2, 1949
The Girl from Jones Beach July 16, 1949
Look for the Silver Lining July 30, 1949
It's a Great Feeling August 1, 1949
White Heat September 3, 1949
The House Across the Street September 10, 1949
Golden Madonna September 15, 1949
Task Force September 30, 1949
Under Capricorn* October 8, 1949
Beyond the Forest October 21, 1949
The Story of Seabiscuit November 12, 1949
Always Leave Them Laughing November 26, 1949
The Hasty Heart December 2, 1949
The Lady Takes a Sailor December 16, 1949
The Inspector General December 31, 1949
All films above this point were sold to Associated Artists Productions, unless otherwise noted.

TOTAL=157

1950s Edit

Title Release Date Notes
Montana January 28, 1950
Young Man with a Horn February 9, 1950
Backfire February 11, 1950
Chain Lightning February 18, 1950
Perfect Stranger March 11, 1950
Barricade March 18, 1950
Stage Fright April 15, 1950
The Daughter of Rosie O'Grady April 29, 1950
The Damned Don't Cry! May 7, 1950
Caged May 19, 1950
Colt .45 May 27, 1950
This Side of the Law June 17, 1950
Return of the Frontiersman June 24, 1950
Fifty Years Before Your Eyes June 27, 1950
Bright Leaf July 2, 1950
The Flame and the Arrow July 9, 1950
The Great Jewel Robber July 15, 1950
Kiss Tomorrow Goodbye August 4, 1950
Tea for Two September 2, 1950
Pretty Baby September 16, 1950
The Glass Menagerie September 28, 1950
The Breaking Point October 6, 1950
Three Secrets October 20, 1950
Rocky Mountain November 11, 1950
Breakthrough November 17, 1950
The West Point Story November 25, 1950
Highway 301 December 1, 1950
Dallas December 30, 1950
Close to My Heart January 1, 1951
Operation Pacific January 27, 1951
Storm Warning February 10, 1951
Sugarfoot February 11, 1951
The Enforcer February 24, 1951
Lullaby of Broadway March 26, 1951
Raton Pass April 7, 1951
Lightning Strikes Twice April 12, 1951
Only the Valiant April 13, 1951
I Was a Communist for the FBI May 5, 1951
Inside the Walls of Folsom Prison May 18, 1951
Goodbye, My Fancy May 19, 1951
Along the Great Divide June 2, 1951
Strangers on a Train July 3, 1951
Fort Worth July 14, 1951
On Moonlight Bay July 26, 1951
Force of Arms August 13, 1951
Jim Thorpe - All-American August 24, 1951
Captain Horatio Hornblower R.N. September 13, 1951
A Streetcar Named Desire September 18, 1951 Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Drama.
Tomorrow Is Another Day September 22, 1951
Painting the Clouds with Sunshine October 10, 1951
Come Fill the Cup October 24, 1951
The Tanks Are Coming October 31, 1951
I'll See You in My Dreams December 6, 1951
Starlift December 14, 1951
Distant Drums December 29, 1951
Room for One More January 10, 1952
The Big Trees* February 5, 1952
This Woman Is Dangerous February 9, 1952
Retreat, Hell! February 19, 1952
Bugles in the Afternoon March 4, 1952
Jack and the Beanstalk* April 12, 1952
Mara Maru April 23, 1952
The San Francisco Story May 17, 1952
The Lion and the Hare May 17, 1952
About Face May 23, 1952
Carson City June 13, 1952
The Winning Team June 20, 1952
Where's Charley? June 26, 1952
Three for Bedroom "C" June 26, 1952
She's Working Her Way Through College July 12, 1952
The Story of Will Rogers July 26, 1952
The Miracle of Our Lady of Fatima August 20, 1952
Big Jim McLain August 30, 1952
Cattle Town September 6, 1952
The Crimson Pirate September 27, 1952
Springfield Rifle October 25, 1952
Operation Secret November 8, 1952
The Iron Mistress November 19, 1952
Stop, You're Killing Me December 10, 1952
April in Fools December 24, 1952
Abbott and Costello Meet Captain Kidd December 27, 1952
The Jazz Singer December 30, 1952
The Man Behind the Gun January 31, 1953
She's Back on Broadway March 14, 1953
I Confess March 22, 1953
The Blue Gardenia March 23, 1953
By the Light of the Silvery Moon March 26, 1953
Trouble Along the Way April 4, 1953
The System April 18, 1953
House of Wax April 25, 1953
The Desert Song May 30, 1953
The Beast from 20,000 Fathoms June 13, 1953
South Sea Woman June 27, 1953
Elizabeth Is Queen June 28, 1953
The Charge at Feather River July 11, 1953
So This Is Love July 15, 1953
The Master of Ballantrae August 5, 1953
The Beggar's Opera August 24, 1953
Plunder of the Sun August 26, 1953
Island in the Sky September 5, 1953 distributor
Blowing Wild September 16, 1953
The Moonlighter September 19, 1953
A Lion Is in the Streets September 23, 1953
Thunder Over the Plains October 27, 1953
So Big October 31, 1953
Calamity Jane November 4, 1953
Three Sailors and a Girl November 23, 1953
Hondo November 25, 1953 distributor
The Diamond Queen November 28, 1953
The Eddie Cantor Story December 25, 1953
His Majesty O'Keefe January 16, 1954
The Command February 13, 1954
The Boy from Oklahoma February 27, 1954
Crime Wave March 6, 1954
Duffy of San Quentin March 16, 1954
Phantom of the Rue Morgue March 27, 1954
Riding Shotgun April 1, 1954
Lucky Me April 9, 1954
Dial M for Murder May 29, 1954
Them! June 19, 1954
The High and the Mighty July 3, 1954 distributor
Ring of Fear July 24, 1954
King Richard and the Crusaders August 7, 1954
Duel in the Jungle August 21, 1954
Dragnet September 4, 1954
The Bounty Hunter September 25, 1954
A Star Is Born October 16, 1954
Drum Beat November 10, 1954
Track of the Cat November 27, 1954
The Silver Chalice December 20, 1954
Young at Heart January 20, 1955
Unchained January 19, 1955
Battle Cry February 2, 1955
New York Confidential February 18, 1955
Murder Is My Beat February 27, 1955
East of Eden April 10, 1955 Winner of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Drama.
Strange Lady in Town April 12, 1955
The Sea Chase June 4, 1955
Tall Man Riding June 18, 1955
Land of the Pharaohs June 24, 1955
Mister Roberts July 10, 1955 Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
The Dam Busters July 16, 1955
Pete Kelly's Blues July 31, 1955
The Dark Avenger September 11, 1955
The McConnell Story September 29, 1955
Blood Alley October 1, 1955
Rebel Without a Cause October 27, 1955
Illegal October 28, 1955
Sincerely Yours November 1, 1955
I Died a Thousand Times November 9, 1955
Target Zero November 15, 1955
Hell on Frisco Bay December 1955
The Court-Martial of Billy Mitchell December 31, 1955
Helen of Troy January 26, 1956
The Lone Ranger February 25, 1956
The River Changes March 1956
The Steel Jungle March 10, 1956
The Searchers March 13, 1956
Serenade March 23, 1956
Miracle in the Rain March 31, 1956
Our Miss Brooks April 24, 1956
Good-bye, My Lady May 12, 1956
The Animal World May 30, 1956
Moby Dick June 27, 1956 distributor, produced in 1954, US rights now owned by United Artists
Santiago July 13, 1956
Satellite in the Sky July 21, 1956
Seven Men from Now August 4, 1956
A Cry in the Night August 17, 1956
The Burning Hills August 23, 1956
The Young Guns September 12, 1956
The Bad Seed September 12, 1956
Toward the Unknown September 27, 1956
Around the World in Eighty Days October 17, 1956 Winner of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
Winner of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Drama.
The Girl He Left Behind October 26, 1956
Giant November 24, 1956 Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Drama.
Baby Doll December 18, 1956
The Wrong Man December 23, 1956
Top Secret Affair January 30, 1957
The Big Land March 1, 1957
Paris Does Strange Things March 29, 1957
The Spirit of St. Louis April 20, 1957
Deep Adventure May 1957
X: The Unknown May 1957
Shoot-Out at Medicine Bend May 4, 1957
Untamed Youth May 10, 1957
The Counterfeit Plan May 11, 1957
A Face in the Crowd May 28, 1957
The D.I. June 5, 1957
The Prince and the Showgirl June 13, 1957
The Curse of Frankenstein June 25, 1957 Distributor
Band of Angels August 3, 1957
The Rising of the Moon August 10, 1957
The Pajama Game August 29, 1957
Woman in a Dressing Gown September 12, 1957
Black Patch September 15, 1957
Johnny Trouble September 24, 1957
The Abominable Snowman October 1957 co-production with Hammer Film Productions
The Helen Morgan Story October 5, 1957
The Black Scorpion October 11, 1957
The James Dean Story October 18, 1957
The Story of Mankind November 8, 1957
Bombers B-52 November 22, 1957
Sayonara December 5, 1957 Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Drama.
distribution only; rights now belong to MGM
The Green-Eyed Blonde December 14, 1957
The Deep Six January 15, 1958
Darby's Rangers February 12, 1958
Lafayette Escadrille March 1958
Chase a Crooked Shadow March 24, 1958
Manhunt in the Jungle April 11, 1958
Too Much, Too Soon April 17, 1958
Fort Dobbs April 18, 1958
Marjorie Morningstar April 24, 1958
Stakeout on Dope Street May 3, 1958
The Left Handed Gun May 7, 1958
Violent Road May 10, 1958
Indiscreet May 20, 1958
No Time for Sergeants May 29, 1958
Dangerous Youth June 7, 1958
Badman's Country August 2, 1958
The Naked and the Dead August 6, 1958 distribution only, produced by RKO Radio Pictures
Wind Across the Everglades September 11, 1958
Damn Yankees September 26, 1958
Girl on the Run October 10, 1958
The Old Man and the Sea October 11, 1958
Onionhead October 25, 1958
Enchanted Island November 8, 1958
Home Before Dark November 16, 1958 Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Drama.
From the Earth to the Moon November 26, 1958
Born Reckless November 1958
Auntie Mame December 27, 1958 Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
The Hanging Tree February 11, 1959
Up Periscope March 4, 1959
Al Capone March 25, 1959
Rio Bravo April 4, 1959
Westbound April 25, 1959
Island of Lost Women May 1959
Godzilla Raids Again May 21, 1959 US distribution of 1955 Japanese Toho film; US rights now belong to DreamWorks Classics
The Young Philadelphians May 30, 1959
Teenagers from Outer Space* June 1959
John Paul Jones June 16, 1959
The Nun's Story July 18, 1959 Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Drama.
Look Back in Anger September 15, 1959 US Distributor
The FBI Story October 1959
-30- November 11, 1959
Yellowstone Kelly November 11, 1959
The Miracle November 12, 1959
A Summer Place November 18, 1959

TOTAL=247

1960s Edit

Title Release Date Notes
Ice Palace January 2, 1960
Cash McCall January 27, 1960
Guns of the Timberland February 1, 1960
The Rise and Fall of Legs Diamond February 3, 1960
The Bramble Bush February 24, 1960
The Threat March 1960
This Rebel Breed March 19, 1960
The Cranes Are Flying March 21, 1960
Tall Story April 6, 1960
Sergeant Rutledge May 18, 1960
Hannibal June 18, 1960
Hercules Unchained July 13, 1960
Ocean's 11 August 10, 1960
The Crowded Sky September 2, 1960
Sunrise at Campobello September 28, 1960 Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Drama.
The Dark at the Top of the Stairs October 8, 1960
Girl of the Night November 11, 1960
The Sundowners December 8, 1960 Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
A Fever in the Blood January 28, 1961
Gold of the Seven Saints February 18, 1961
The Sins of Rachel Cade April 2, 1961
Portrait of a Mobster April 19, 1961
Parrish May 4, 1961
Fanny June 28, 1961 Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Drama.
The Fabulous World of Jules Verne June 28, 1961
Bimbo the Great June 28, 1961
The Steel Claw September 20, 1961
Claudelle Inglish September 20, 1961
Splendor in the Grass October 10, 1961 Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Drama.
The Mask November 1, 1961
Susan Slade November 8, 1961
A Majority of One December 27, 1961
The Roman Spring of Mrs. Stone December 28, 1961
World by Night January 10, 1962
The Couch February 21, 1962
Samar April 11, 1962
House of Women April 11, 1962
Rome Adventure April 12, 1962
The Singer Not the Son May 2, 1962
Lad, A Dog June 2, 1962
Merrill's Marauders June 13, 1962
The Music Man June 19, 1962 Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
World by Night No. 2 July 1962
Guns of Darkness August 17, 1962
The Chapman Report October 5, 1962 Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Drama.
Gay Purr-ee October 24, 1962
What Ever Happened to Baby Jane? October 31, 1962 distribution only
Gypsy November 1, 1962
The Story of the Count of Monte Cristo November 6, 1962
Malaga December 21, 1962
Days of Wine and Roses December 26, 1962 Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Drama.
Term of Trial January 30, 1963
Black Gold April 11, 1963
Critic's Choice April 13, 1963
Spencer's Mountain May 16, 1963
Island of Love June 12, 1963
PT-109 June 19, 1963
Wall of Noise September 4, 1963
The Castilian September 6, 1963
Rampage October 9, 1963
Palm Springs Weekend November 5, 1963
America, America December 15, 1963 Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Drama.
The Man from Galveston December 18, 1963
4 for Texas December 25, 1963
Act One December 26, 1963
Revolt of the Mercenaries January 1964
Dr. Crippen February 14, 1964
Dead Ringer February 19, 1964
The Incredible Mr. Limpet March 28, 1964
FBI Code 98 April 8, 1964
A Distant Trumpet May 30, 1964
Robin and the 7 Hoods June 24, 1964
Ensign Pulver July 31, 1964
Kisses for My President August 21, 1964
Richard Burton's Hamlet September 23, 1964
Cheyenne Autumn October 3, 1964
Youngblood Hawke November 4, 1964
Dear Heart December 2, 1964 Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Drama.
My Fair Lady December 25, 1964 Winner of the Academy Award for Best Picture. ancillary rights now owned by CBS, with Paramount Pictures handling theatrical and video distribution
Sex and the Single Girl December 25, 1964
Two on a Guillotine January 13, 1965
None But the Brave February 24, 1965
My Blood Runs Cold March 24, 1965
Brainstorm May 5, 1965
The Battle of the Villa Fiorita May 26, 1965
The Woman Who Wouldn't Die June 9, 1965
The Great Race July 1, 1965
The Third Day August 4, 1965
Catch Us If You Can August 18, 1965
Murieta September 1, 1965
Marriage on the Rocks September 24, 1965
La Boheme October 20, 1965
Never Too Late November 4, 1965
Othello December 15, 1965
Battle of the Bulge December 16, 1965
Inside Daisy Clover February 17, 1966
Harper February 23, 1966
Stop the World - I Want to Get Off May 11, 1966
A Big Hand for the Little Lady June 8, 1966
Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? June 22, 1966 Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Drama.
A Fine Madness June 29, 1966
An American Dream August 31, 1966
Kaleidoscope September 22, 1966
Any Wednesday October 13, 1966
Chamber of Horrors October 19, 1966
Not with My Wife, You Don't! November 2, 1966
Once Before I Die December 1966
Hotel January 19, 1967
First to Fight January 25, 1967
The Corrupt Ones February 3, 1967
A Covenant with Death February 15, 1967
The Mikado Masrch 15, 1967
The Cool Ones April 12, 1967
The Family Way June 28, 1967 US Distributor
Triple Cross July 19, 1967
Up the Down Staircase July 19, 1967
The Naked Runner July 19, 1967
Bonnie and Clyde August 13, 1967 Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Drama.
The Bobo September 28, 1967
Reflections in a Golden Eye October 13, 1967
Camelot October 25, 1967
Wait Until Dark October 26, 1967
Cool Hand Luke November 1, 1967
It! November 15, 1967
The Frozen Dead November 15, 1967
The Vengeance of Fu Manchu January 1968
Firecreek January 24, 1968
Flaming Frontier February 1968
Sweet November February 8, 1968
The Shuttered Room February 14, 1968
Bye Bye Braverman February 21, 1968
The Young Girls of Rochefort April 11, 1968
Kona Coast May 1968
Countdown May 1, 1968
The Double Man May 1, 1968
Chubasco June 1968
Petulia June 10, 1968
The Devil in Love July 3, 1968
The Green Berets July 4, 1968
The Heart Is a Lonely Hunter July 31, 1968 Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Drama.
Rachel, Rachel August 26, 1968 Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
Heidi September 22, 1968
Hugo and Josephine September 29, 1968
Finian's Rainbow October 9, 1968
Bullitt October 17, 1968
I Love You, Alice B. Toklas! October 18, 1968
The Girl on a Motorcycle November 27, 1968
Assignment to Kill December 1968
The Sea Gull December 23, 1968
The Sergeant December 25, 1968
Great Catherine January 12, 1969
They Came to Rob Las Vegas February 5, 1969
Dracula Has Risen from the Grave February 6, 1969
The Trygon Factor March 5, 1969
The Big Bounce March 5, 1969
2,000 Years Later March 11, 1969
The Illustrated Man March 26, 1969
The Sweet Body of Deborah April 25, 1969
The Big Cube April 30, 1969
Last Summer June 10, 1969
The Wild Bunch July 18, 1969
The Learning Tree August 6, 1969
The Rain People August 27, 1969
On My Way to the Crusades, I Met a Girl Who... September 1969
The Valley of Gwangi September 3, 1969
The Great Train Robbery September 10, 1969
The Madwoman of Chaillot October 12, 1969
The Arrangement November 12, 1969
The Good Guys and the Bad Guys November 19, 1969
80 Steps to Jonah December 1969

TOTAL=171

1970s Edit

Title Release Date Notes
Last of the Mobile Hot Shots January 14, 1970
Start the Revolution Without Me February 4, 1970
Frankenstein Must Be Destroyed February 11, 1970
Moon Zero Two March 1970
Woodstock March 26, 1970
Once You Kiss a Stranger... April 15, 1970
The Phynx May 6, 1970
The Ballad of Cable Hogue May 13, 1970
Taste the Blood of Dracula June 7, 1970
Chisum July 29, 1970
Performance August 3, 1970 co-production with Goodtimes Enterprises
Which Way to the Front? September 4, 1970
Rabbit, Run October 1970
Trog October 24, 1970
Flap November 1970
There Was a Crooked Man... December 25, 1970
The Priest's Wife February 26, 1971 USA distribution only
THX 1138 March 11, 1971 co-production with American Zoetrope
When Dinosaurs Ruled the Earth March 17, 1971
Summer of '42 April 9, 1971 Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Drama.
Billy Jack May 1, 1971 distributor
Death in Venice June 17, 1971
McCabe & Mrs. Miller June 24, 1971
Klute June 25, 1971
Dusty and Sweets McGee July 14, 1971
The Devils July 16, 1971
The Omega Man August 1, 1971
Medicine Ball Caravan August 25, 1971
Skin Game September 30, 1971
Zeppelin October 6, 1971
Man in the Wilderness November 24, 1971
Dirty Harry December 23, 1971
The Cowboys January 13, 1972
Snow Job February 2, 1972
A Clockwork Orange February 2, 1972 Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Drama.
Dealing: Or the Berkeley-to-Boston Forty-Brick Lost-Bag Blues February 25, 1972
What's Up, Doc? March 10, 1972
Malcolm X May 24, 1972
Adam's Woman June 1972
Portnoy's Complaint June 19, 1972
The Candidate June 29, 1972
Come Back, Charleston Blue June 29, 1972
Deliverance July 30, 1972 Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Drama.
Cry for Me, Billy August 1972
Super Fly August 4, 1972
Cancel My Reservation September 21, 1972
The Emigrants September 24, 1972 USA distribution only; Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
Dracula AD 1972 November 17, 1972
Rage November 22, 1972
Crescendo November 29, 1972
Jeremiah Johnson December 21, 1972
Steelyard Blues January 31, 1973
The Train Robbers February 7, 1973
The Thief Who Came to Dinner March 1, 1973
King Boxer March 21, 1973 USA distribution only; produced by Shaw Brothers Studio
Class of '44 April 10, 1973
Scarecrow April 11, 1973
The Last of Sheila June 14, 1973
Blume in Love June 17, 1973
O Lucky Man! June 20, 1973
Cahill U.S. Marshal July 11, 1973
Cleopatra Jones July 13, 1973
The Mackintosh Man July 25, 1973
Enter the Dragon August 19, 1973
Day for Night September 7, 1973
Get to Know Your Rabbit September 19, 1973
Mean Streets October 14, 1973 distributor
Badlands October 15, 1973 distributor
The All-American Boy October 24, 1973
The New Land October 26, 1973
Jimi Hendrix December 21, 1973
The Deadly Trackers December 21, 1973
Magnum Force December 25, 1973
The Exorcist December 26, 1973 Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
Winner of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Drama. distributor
Sacred Knives of Vengeance January 1974 USA distribution only; produced by Shaw Brothers Studio
Black Belt Jones January 28, 1974
McQ February 6, 1974
Blazing Saddles February 7, 1974
Mame March 27, 1974
Our Time April 10, 1974
Welcome to Arrow Beach May 1974
Black Eye May 17, 1974
Zandy's Bride May 19, 1974
Craze June 1974 USA distribution only; produced by Harbour Productions Limited
The Terminal Man June 19, 1974
Uptown Saturday Night July 26, 1974
Black Samson August 14, 1974
It's Alive October 1974
Hangup October 1974
The Abdication October 3, 1974
Animals Are Beautiful People November 1974
Alice Doesn't Live Here Anymore December 9, 1974
The Towering Inferno December 14, 1974 Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture. International distributor, co-production with 20th Century Fox
Black Christmas December 20, 1974 USA distribution only
Freebie and the Bean December 25, 1974
Rafferty and the Gold Dust Twins February 2, 1975
The Prisoner of Second Avenue March 14, 1975
The Yakuza March 19, 1975
Lepke May 23, 1975
Doc Savage: The Man of Bronze June 1975
The Wicker Man June 1975 USA distribution only; produced by British Lion Film Corporation
Night Moves June 11, 1975
The Drowning Pool June 25, 1975
Cleopatra Jones and the Casino of Gold July 11, 1975
Dog Day Afternoon September 21, 1975 Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Drama.
Lisztomania October 10, 1975 distributor, produced by Goodtimes Enterprises
Let's Do It Again October 11, 1975
Operation Daybreak November 1975
The Ultimate Warrior November 2, 1975
Barry Lyndon December 18, 1975 Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Drama.
Inside Out January 1976
Catherine & Co. February 25, 1976
Hot Potato April 1976
Sparkle April 7, 1976
All the President's Men April 9, 1976 Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Drama.
Ode to Billy Joe June 4, 1976
The Outlaw Josey Wales June 30, 1976
The Gumball Rally July 28, 1976
The Ritz August 12, 1976
St. Ives September 1, 1976
The Killer Inside Me October 1976
Led Zeppelin: The Song Remains the Same October 20, 1976
A Star Is Born December 17, 1976
The Enforcer December 22, 1976
The Late Show February 10, 1977
Brothers March 31, 1977
Viva Knievel! June 1977
Exorcist II: The Heretic June 17, 1977
Greased Lightning July 1, 1977
Outlaw Blues July 15, 1977
One on One August 3, 1977
Bobby Deerfield September 29, 1977 International distributor, co-production with Columbia Pictures
Oh, God! October 7, 1977 plus two sequels
A Piece of the Action October 7, 1977
Starship Invasions October 14, 1977
The Pack November 20, 1977
The Goodbye Girl November 30, 1977 Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture. USA distribution only, co-production with Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer
The Gauntlet December 21, 1977
A Night Full of Rain January 29, 1978
An Enemy of the People March 17, 1978
Crossed Swords March 17, 1978 distribution only; rights now owned by StudioCanal
Straight Time March 18, 1978
The Medusa Touch April 14, 1978 USA distribution only; produced by ITC Entertainment; rights now owned by ITV Global Entertainment Ltd.
It Lives Again May 10, 1978
The Sea Gypsies May 19, 1978
Big Wednesday May 26, 1978
Capricorn One June 2, 1978 USA distribution only; produced by ITC Entertainment; rights now owned by ITV Global Entertainment Ltd.
The Swarm July 14, 1978
Hooper July 28, 1978
Girlfriends August 1978
Who Is Killing the Great Chefs of Europe? October 6, 1978
Bloodbrothers October 6, 1978
The Great Bank Hoax November 1, 1978
Movie Movie November 1978 USA distribution only; produced by ITC Entertainment; rights now owned by ITV Global Entertainment Ltd.
Superman December 15, 1978 distributor
Every Which Way but Loose December 20, 1978
Agatha February 9, 1979 distributor
Boulevard Nights March 23, 1979
Ashanti April 1979 distributor
Tilt April 1979
A Little Romance April 27, 1979 distributor; with Orion Pictures
Beyond the Poseidon Adventure May 18, 1979
The In-Laws June 15, 1979
The Main Event June 22, 1979
The Wanderers July 4, 1979 distributor; with Orion Pictures
The Frisco Kid July 13, 1979
Life of Brian August 17, 1979 co-distributor with Orion Pictures, produced by Handmade Films; rights now owned by Handmade Plc
Time After Time August 31, 1979 distributor; with Orion Pictures
The Bugs Bunny/Road Runner Movie September 30, 1979
10 October 5, 1979 distributor; with Orion Pictures
Jesus October 19, 1979 distribution only; produced by The Genesis Project
The Great Santini October 26, 1979 distributor; with Orion Pictures
Promises in the Dark November 2, 1979 distributor; with Orion Pictures
Going in Style December 1, 1979

TOTAL=178

1980s Edit

Title Release Date Notes
Just Tell Me What You Want January 18, 1980
Simon February 1980 distributor; with Orion Pictures
The Ninth Configuration February 29, 1980 Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Drama.
When Time Ran Out March 28, 1980
Tom Horn March 28, 1980
Gilda Live March 28, 1980
Die Laughing April 1980 distributor; with Orion Pictures
Heart Beat April 25, 1980 distributor; with Orion Pictures
Friday the 13th May 9, 1980 International distribution only: US distribution handled by Paramount Pictures
The Shining May 23, 1980
Up the Academy June 6, 1980
Bronco Billy June 11, 1980
No Nukes July 18, 1980
Honeysuckle Rose July 18, 1980
Caddyshack July 25, 1980 distributor; with Orion Pictures
The Fiendish Plot of Dr. Fu Manchu August 8, 1980 distributor; with Orion Pictures
The Big Brawl September 10, 1980
AC/DC: Let There Be Rock September 14, 1980
Divine Madness September 26, 1980 co-production with The Ladd Company
The Awakening October 1980 distributor; with Orion Pictures
One Trick Pony October 3, 1980
Oh, God! Book II October 3, 1980
Private Benjamin October 10, 1980
Any Which Way You Can December 17, 1980
First Family December 25, 1980
Altered States December 25, 1980
The Man Who Saw Tomorrow January 1981
Sphinx February 11, 1981 distributor; with Orion Pictures
Back Roads March 13, 1981 distribution only; produced by CBS Theatrical Films; rights now owned by CBS Corporation
Eyes of a Stranger March 27, 1981
This Is Elvis April 4, 1981
Excalibur April 10, 1981 distributor; with Orion Pictures
The Hand April 24, 1981 distributor; with Orion Pictures
Outland May 22, 1981 U.S. distributor; co-production with The Ladd Company
Superman II June 19, 1981
Arthur July 17, 1981 distributor; with Orion Pictures
Wolfen July 24, 1981 distributor; with Orion Pictures
Under the Rainbow July 31, 1981 distributor; with Orion Pictures
Prince of the City August 21, 1981 Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Drama. distributor; with Orion Pictures
Body Heat August 28, 1981 co-production with The Ladd Company
So Fine September 25, 1981
Chariots of Fire October 9, 1981 Winner of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
U.S. distributor; co-production with The Ladd Company
Looker October 30, 1981 co-production with The Ladd Company
The Looney Looney Looney Bugs Bunny Movie November 20, 1981
Rollover December 11, 1981 distributor; with Orion Pictures
Over the Edge December 15, 1981 distributor; with Orion Pictures
Sharky's Machine December 18, 1981 distributor; with Orion Pictures
Personal Best February 5, 1982 co-production with The Geffen Film Company
Tragedy of a Ridiculous Man February 12, 1982 U.S. distributor; co-production with The Ladd Company
Deathtrap March 19, 1982
Mad Max 2 April 28, 1982 distributor, as The Road Warrior
Soup for One April 30, 1982
The Escape Artist May 28, 1982 distributor; with Orion Pictures
Firefox June 18, 1982 distributor
Blade Runner June 25, 1982 co-production with The Ladd Company
A Midsummer Night's Sex Comedy July 16, 1982 distributor; with Orion Pictures; now distributed by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer
The World According to Garp July 23, 1982
Night Shift July 30, 1982 co-production with The Ladd Company
Hammett September 17, 1982 co-distributed with Orion Pictures, produced by American Zoetrope; now distributed by Paramount Pictures
Hey Good Lookin' October 1, 1982
Love Child October 15, 1982 co-production with The Ladd Company
Creepshow November 12, 1982
Five Days One Summer November 12, 1982
Bugs Bunny's Third Movie: 1001 Rabbit Tales November 19, 1982
Honkytonk Man December 15, 1982
Best Friends December 17, 1982
Independence Day January 21, 1983
Local Hero February 17, 1983 distributor; produced by Goldcrest Films
Table for Five February 18, 1983 distribution only; produced by CBS Theatrical Films; rights now owned by CBS Corporation
Lovesick February 18, 1983 co-production with The Ladd Company
High Road to China March 18, 1983 co-produced with Golden Harvest
The Outsiders March 25, 1983 co-production with American Zoetrope
Deadly Eyes April 1, 1983 co-production with Golden Harvest
Better Late Than Never April 15, 1983 co-production with Golden Harvest
Blue Skies Again April 29, 1983
The Man with Two Brains June 3, 1983
Superman III June 17, 1983 distributor
Twilight Zone: The Movie June 24, 1983
Stroker Ace July 1, 1983 U.S. distributor, co-production with Universal Pictures
Zelig July 15, 1983 distributor; with Orion Pictures; now distributed by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer
National Lampoon's Vacation July 29, 1983
Twice Upon a Time August 5, 1983 co-production with Lucasfilm and The Ladd Company
Daffy Duck's Fantastic Island August 5, 1983
Risky Business August 5, 1983 co-production with The Geffen Film Company
Cujo August 12, 1983 distribution only; produced by Taft Entertainment; rights now owned by Republic Pictures
Never Say Never Again October 7, 1983 distributor; with Orion Pictures; rights now owned by Metro Goldwyn Mayer
The Right Stuff October 21, 1983 Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Drama.
co-production with The Ladd Company
Deal of the Century November 4, 1983
Star 80 November 10, 1983 co-production with The Ladd Company
Of Unknown Origin November 24, 1983
Sudden Impact December 9, 1983
Lassiter February 17, 1984
Mike's Murder March 9, 1984
Police Academy March 23, 1984 co-production with The Ladd Company
Purple Hearts March 30, 1984 co-production with The Ladd Company
Greystoke: The Legend of Tarzan, Lord of the Apes March 30, 1984
Swing Shift April 13, 1984
Finders Keepers May 18, 1984 distribution only; produced by CBS Theatrical Films; rights now owned by CBS Corporation
Once Upon a Time in America June 1, 1984
Gremlins June 8, 1984 co-production with Amblin Entertainment
Cannonball Run II June 29, 1984 distributor; co-production with Golden Harvest
The NeverEnding Story July 20, 1984 distributor; produced by Constantin Film and PSO
Purple Rain July 27, 1984
Grandview, U.S.A. August 3, 1984 distribution only; produced by CBS Theatrical Films; rights now owned by CBS Corporation
Tightrope August 17, 1984
Cal August 24, 1984 distributor; produced by Goldcrest Films
Windy City September 21, 1984 distribution only; produced by CBS Theatrical Films; rights now owned by CBS Corporation
Irreconcilable Differences September 28, 1984
The Little Drummer Girl October 19, 1984
American Dreamer October 26, 1984 distribution only; produced by CBS Theatrical Films; rights now owned by CBS Corporation
The Killing Fields November 2, 1984 Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Drama. distributor; produced by Goldcrest Films
Oh, God! You Devil November 7, 1984
Razorback November 16, 1984 distributor
City Heat December 7, 1984
Protocol December 21, 1984
Fandango January 25, 1985 co-production with Amblin Entertainment
Vision Quest February 15, 1985
Beyond the Walls February 15, 1985 USA distribution only
Lost in America March 15, 1985 co-production with The Geffen Film Company
Police Academy 2: Their First Assignment March 29, 1985 co-production with The Ladd Company
Ladyhawke April 12, 1985 USA distribution only, co-production with 20th Century Fox
Seven Minutes in Heaven May 9, 1985
Cracking Up May 17, 1985
Doin' Time May 19, 1985 co-production with The Ladd Company
The Goonies June 7, 1985 co-production with Amblin Entertainment
Pale Rider June 28, 1985
Mad Max: Beyond Thunderdome July 10, 1985 distributor
National Lampoon's European Vacation July 26, 1985
Sesame Street Presents Follow That Bird August 2, 1985 co-production with Children's Television Workshop
Pee-wee's Big Adventure August 9, 1985
American Flyers August 16, 1985
The Protector August 23, 1985 co-production with Golden Harvest
Mishima: A Life in Four Chapters September 20, 1985 distributor, co-production of Lucasfilm Ltd. and American Zoetrope
Better Off Dead October 11, 1985 distribution only; produced by CBS Theatrical Films; rights now owned by CBS Corporation
After Hours October 11, 1985 co-production with The Geffen Film Company
Krush Groove October 25, 1985
Eleni November 1, 1985 distribution only; produced by CBS Theatrical Films; rights now owned by CBS Corporation
Target November 8, 1985 distribution only; produced by CBS Theatrical Films; rights now owned by CBS Corporation
Rainbow Brite and the Star Stealer November 15, 1985 distribution only; produced by DiC Entertainment and Hallmark Cards
Spies Like Us December 6, 1985
The Color Purple December 18, 1985 Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Drama. co-production with Amblin Entertainment
Revolution December 25, 1985 distributor; produced by Goldcrest Films
The Clan of the Cave Bear January 17, 1986 co-production with PSO
Wildcats February 14, 1986
The Frog Prince February 21, 1986 distributor; produced by Goldcrest Films
Police Academy 3: Back in Training March 21, 1986
The Flight of Dragons April 3, 1986
Mr. Love April 25, 1986 distributor; produced by Goldcrest Films
Cobra May 23, 1986 International distributor, co-production with Cannon Films
Under the Cherry Moon July 2, 1986
Club Paradise July 11, 1986
One Crazy Summer August 8, 1986
A Man and a Woman: 20 Years Later August 15, 1986
Knights & Emeralds October 1986 distributor; produced by Goldcrest Films
Round Midnight October 3, 1986
True Stories October 10, 1986
Deadly Friend October 10, 1986
Ratboy October 17, 1986
The Mission October 31, 1986 Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Drama. distributor; produced by Goldcrest Films
The Mosquito Coast November 26, 1986
Hyper Sapien: People from Another Star December 1986
Heartbreak Ridge December 5, 1986
Little Shop of Horrors December 19, 1986 co-production with The Geffen Film Company
Instant Justice January 1987
Over the Top February 12, 1987 USA distribution only, co-production with Cannon Films
Lethal Weapon March 6, 1987 co-production with Silver Pictures; first film teamed up with Silver Pictures
Burglar March 20, 1987
Police Academy 4: Citizens on Patrol April 3, 1987
It's Alive III: Island of the Alive May 1987
A Return to Salem's Lot May 1987
The Witches of Eastwick June 12, 1987
Full Metal Jacket June 26, 1987
Innerspace July 1, 1987 co-production with Amblin Entertainment
Superman IV: The Quest for Peace July 24, 1987 USA distributor, co-production with DC Entertainment and Cannon Films
The Lost Boys July 31, 1987
Who's That Girl August 7, 1987
Disorderlies August 14, 1987
Surrender October 9, 1987
Nuts November 20, 1987 Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Drama.
Empire of the Sun December 9, 1987 Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Drama. co-production with Amblin Entertainment
Frantic February 26, 1988
Moving March 4, 1988
Stand and Deliver March 11, 1988
Police Academy 5: Assignment Miami Beach March 18, 1988
Beetlejuice March 30, 1988 co-production with The Geffen Film Company
Above The Law April 8, 1988
Funny Farm June 3, 1988
Arthur 2: On the Rocks July 8, 1988
The Dead Pool July 13, 1988
Caddyshack II July 22, 1988
Clean and Sober August 10, 1988
Stealing Home August 26, 1988
Hot to Trot August 26, 1988
Running on Empty September 9, 1988 Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Drama.
Crossing Delancey September 16, 1988
Gorillas in the Mist: The Story of Dian Fossey September 23, 1988 International distributor, co-production with Universal Pictures
Daffy Duck's Quackbusters September 24, 1988
Bird September 30, 1988
Imagine: John Lennon October 7, 1988
Clara's Heart October 7, 1988 co-production with MTM Enterprises
Thelonious Monk: Straight, No Chaser October 25, 1988
Feds October 28, 1988
Moonwalker October 29, 1988
Everybody's All-American November 4, 1988
A Cry in the Dark November 11, 1988
Tequila Sunrise December 2, 1988
Dangerous Liaisons December 21, 1988 Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
The Accidental Tourist December 23, 1988 Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Drama.
Her Alibi February 3, 1989
Bert Rigby, You're a Fool February 24, 1989
Lean on Me March 3, 1989
Police Academy 6: City Under Siege March 10, 1989
Dead Bang March 24, 1989
Dead Calm April 7, 1989 distributor
See You in the Morning April 14, 1989
Checking Out April 21, 1989 distributor; produced by HandMade Films; rights now owned by Handmade Plc
How to Get Ahead in Advertising May 5, 1989 distributor; produced by HandMade Films; rights now owned by Handmade Plc
Pink Cadillac May 26, 1989
Batman June 23, 1989 co-production with DC Entertainment and PolyGram Filmed Entertainment
Lethal Weapon 2 July 7, 1989 co-production with Silver Pictures
Young Einstein August 4, 1989 distributor
Cookie August 23, 1989
Penn & Teller Get Killed September 22, 1989
In Country September 29, 1989
Next of Kin October 20, 1989
Second Sight November 3, 1989
National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation December 1, 1989 co-production with John Hughes Entertainment
Driving Miss Daisy December 13, 1989 Winner of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
Roger & Me December 20, 1989 distributor
Tango & Cash December 22, 1989

TOTAL=233

1990s Edit

Title Release Date Notes
Men Don't Leave February 2, 1990 co-production with The Geffen Film Company
Hard to Kill February 9, 1990
Joe Versus the Volcano March 9, 1990 co-production with Amblin Entertainment
Impulse April 6, 1990
Gremlins 2: The New Batch June 15, 1990 co-production with Amblin Entertainment
Quick Change July 13, 1990
Presumed Innocent July 27, 1990
My Blue Heaven August 17, 1990
Dreams August 24, 1990
The Witches August 24, 1990 co-production with Lorimar and The Jim Henson Company
White Hunter Black Heart September 14, 1990 co-production with Malpaso Productions and Rastar
Goodfellas September 19, 1990 Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Drama.
Listen Up: The Lives of Quincy Jones October 5, 1990
Memphis Belle October 12, 1990 distributor
Reversal of Fortune October 17, 1990
Graffiti Bridge November 2, 1990
The Nutcracker Prince November 21, 1990 USA distribution only; produced by Lacewood Productions
The Rookie December 7, 1990 co-production with Malpaso Productions
The Sheltering Sky December 12, 1990 co-production with Recorded Picture Company
The Bonfire of the Vanities December 21, 1990
Hamlet January 18, 1991 co-production with Nelson Entertainment, Icon Productions and Carolco Pictures
The NeverEnding Story II: The Next Chapter February 8, 1991 distributor
Nothing But Trouble February 15, 1991
New Jack City March 8, 1991
If Looks Could Kill March 15, 1991
Guilty by Suspicion March 15, 1991
Defending Your Life March 22, 1991 co-production with Geffen Pictures
Out for Justice April 12, 1991
Born to Ride May 3, 1991
Switch May 10, 1991 co-production with HBO Films
Don't Tell Mom the Babysitter's Dead June 7, 1991 co-production with HBO Films and Outlaw Productions
Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves June 14, 1991 co-production with Morgan Creek Productions
Doc Hollywood August 2, 1991
Rover Dangerfield August 2, 1991
Going Under August 16, 1991
Showdown in Little Tokyo August 23, 1991
Dogfight October 4, 1991
Ricochet October 4, 1991 co-production with Silver Pictures
Other People's Money October 18, 1991
Curly Sue October 25, 1991 co-production with John Hughes Entertainment
Strictly Business November 8, 1991
Meeting Venus November 15, 1991
The Last Boy Scout December 13, 1991 co-production with Silver Pictures and Geffen Pictures
JFK December 20, 1991 Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Drama. co-production with Regency Enterprises and StudioCanal
Until the End of the World December 25, 1991
Freejack January 17, 1992 co-production with Morgan Creek Productions
Hurricane Smith January 31, 1992 co-production with Village Roadshow Pictures; first film teamed up with Village Roadshow Pictures
Final Analysis February 7, 1992
The Mambo Kings February 28, 1992 co-production with Regency Enterprises and LeStudio Canal
Memoirs of an Invisible Man February 28, 1992 co-production with Regency Enterprises and LeStudio Canal
The Power of One March 27, 1992 co-production with Village Roadshow Pictures and Regency Enterprises, Le Studio Canal+
White Sands April 24, 1992 co-production with Morgan Creek Productions
Turtle Beach May 1, 1992 co-production with Village Roadshow Pictures and Regency Enterprises, LeStudio Canal
Lethal Weapon 3 May 15, 1992 co-production with Silver Pictures
Class Act June 5, 1992
Batman Returns June 19, 1992 co-production with DC Entertainment and PolyGram Filmed Entertainment
Mom and Dad Save the World July 24, 1992 co-production with HBO Films
Unforgiven August 7, 1992 Winner of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Drama. co-production with Malpaso Productions
Stay Tuned August 14, 1992 co-production with Morgan Creek Productions
Christopher Columbus: The Discovery August 21, 1992
South Central September 18, 1992
Singles September 18, 1992
Innocent Blood September 25, 1992
Under Siege October 9, 1992 co-production with Regency Enterprises and StudioCanal
Pure Country October 23, 1992
Passenger 57 November 6, 1992
Malcolm X November 18, 1992
The Bodyguard November 25, 1992
Forever Young December 16, 1992 co-production with Icon Productions
Sommersby February 5, 1993 co-production with Regency Enterprises and Le Studio Canal+
Falling Down February 26, 1993 co-production with Regency Enterprises and Le Studio Canal
Point of No Return March 19, 1993
The Crush April 2, 1993 co-production with Morgan Creek Productions
This Boy's Life April 9, 1993
Boiling Point April 16, 1993
Dave May 7, 1993
Made in America May 28, 1993 co-production with Le Studio Canal and Regency Enterprises
Dennis the Menace June 25, 1993 with Warner Bros. Family Entertainment; co-production with John Hughes Entertainment
Free Willy July 16, 1993 with Warner Bros. Family Entertainment; co-production with Regency Enterprises and Le Studio Canal+
That Night August 6, 1993 co-production with Regency Enterprises and Le Studio Canal+
The Fugitive August 6, 1993 Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
The Secret Garden August 13, 1993 with Warner Bros. Family Entertainment; co-production with American Zoetrope
The Man Without a Face August 25, 1993
True Romance September 10, 1993 co-production with Morgan Creek Productions
Airborne September 17, 1993
M. Butterfly October 1, 1993 co-production with Geffen Pictures
Demolition Man October 8, 1993 co-production with Silver Pictures
Fearless October 15, 1993
Mr. Wonderful October 15, 1993
The Saint of Fort Washington November 17, 1993
A Perfect World (co-production with Malpaso Productions) November 24, 1993
George Balanchine's The Nutcracker November 24, 1993 with Warner Bros. Family Entertainment; co-production with Regency Enterprises
The Pelican Brief December 17, 1993
Wrestling Ernest Hemingway December 17, 1993
Batman: Mask of the Phantasm December 25, 1993 with Warner Bros. Family Entertainment; co-production with DC Comics and Warner Bros. Animation
Grumpy Old Men December 25, 1993
Heaven & Earth December 25, 1993 co-production with Regency Enterprises and Le Studio Canal+
Body Snatchers January 28, 1994
Ace Ventura: Pet Detective February 4, 1994 co-production with Morgan Creek Productions
On Deadly Ground February 18, 1994
The Hudsucker Proxy March 11, 1994 co-production with PolyGram Filmed Entertainment, Silver Pictures and Working Title Films
Thumbelina March 30, 1994 Distribution only with Warner Bros. Family Entertainment; produced by Don Bluth Entertainment; rights now owned by 20th Century Fox.
Major League II March 30, 1994 co-production with Morgan Creek Productions
Chasers April 22, 1994 co-production with Morgan Creek Productions
With Honors April 29, 1994
Being Human May 6, 1994
Reckless Kelly May 6, 1994
Maverick May 20, 1994 co-production with Icon Productions
Wyatt Earp June 24, 1994 co-production with Tig Productions
The Client July 20, 1994 co-production with Regency Enterprises
Black Beauty July 29, 1994 with Warner Bros. Family Entertainment
Police Academy: Mission to Moscow August 26, 1994
Natural Born Killers August 26, 1994 co-production with Regency Enterprises
Arizona Dream September 9, 1994
Rapa Nui September 9, 1994
Trial by Jury September 9, 1994 co-production with Morgan Creek Productions
The New Age September 16, 1994 co-production with Regency Enterprises
Second Best September 30, 1994 co-production with Regency Enterprises
The Specialist October 7, 1994
A Troll in Central Park October 7, 1994 Distribution only with Warner Bros. Family Entertainment; produced by Don Bluth Entertainment
Little Giants October 14, 1994 with Warner Bros. Family Entertainment; co-production with Amblin Entertainment
Imaginary Crimes October 14, 1994 co-production with Morgan Creek Productions
Love Affair October 21, 1994
Silent Fall October 28, 1994 co-production with Morgan Creek Productions
Interview with the Vampire: The Vampire Chronicles November 11, 1994 co-production with Geffen Pictures
Cobb December 2, 1994 co-production with Regency Enterprises
Disclosure December 9, 1994
Richie Rich December 21, 1994 with Warner Bros. Family Entertainment; co-production with Silver Pictures and Davis Entertainment
Murder in the First January 20, 1995
Boys on the Side February 3, 1995 co-production with Regency Enterprises
Just Cause February 17, 1995
Outbreak March 10, 1995
Born to Be Wild March 31, 1995 with Warner Bros. Family Entertainment
A Little Princess May 10, 1995 with Warner Bros. Family Entertainment
The Bridges of Madison County June 2, 1995 Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Drama. co-production with Malpaso Productions
Batman Forever June 16, 1995 co-production with DC Entertainment and PolyGram Filmed Entertainment
Under Siege 2: Dark Territory July 14, 1995 co-production with Regency Enterprises
Free Willy 2: The Adventure Home July 19, 1995 with Warner Bros. Family Entertainment; co-production with Regency Enterprises and StudioCanal
Something to Talk About August 4, 1995
The Amazing Panda Adventure August 25, 1995 with Warner Bros. Family Entertainment
The Stars Fell on Henrietta September 15, 1995
War of the Buttons September 29, 1995
Assassins October 6, 1995 co-production with Silver Pictures
Empire Records October 20, 1995 co-production with Regency Enterprises
Copycat October 27, 1995 co-production with Regency Enterprises
Les Miserables November 3, 1995 distributor; produced by Canal+
Fair Game November 3, 1995 co-production with Silver Pictures
Ace Ventura: When Nature Calls November 10, 1995 co-production with Morgan Creek Productions
It Takes Two November 17, 1995 USA distribution only, with Warner Bros. Family Entertainment; co-production with Rysher Entertainment
Heat December 15, 1995 co-production with Regency Enterprises
Grumpier Old Men December 22, 1995
Two If by Sea January 12, 1996 co-production with Morgan Creek Productions
Big Bully January 26, 1996 co-production with Morgan Creek Productions
Executive Decision March 15, 1996 co-production with Silver Pictures
Diabolique March 22, 1996 co-production with Morgan Creek Productions
Twister May 10, 1996 USA distribution only, co-production with Universal Pictures and Amblin Entertainment
Eraser June 21, 1996
A Time to Kill July 24, 1996 co-production with Regency Enterprises
Joe's Apartment July 26, 1996 co-production with Geffen Pictures and MTV Films
Tin Cup August 16, 1996 co-production with Regency Enterprises
Carpool August 23, 1996 co-production with Regency Enterprises
Sweet Nothing September 6, 1996
Bogus September 6, 1996 co-production with Regency Enterprises
Surviving Picasso September 20, 1996
The Glimmer Man October 4, 1996
The Proprietor October 9, 1996
Michael Collins October 11, 1996 co-production with Geffen Pictures
Sleepers October 18, 1996 USA distribution only, co-production with PolyGram Filmed Entertainment and Propaganda Films
The North Star October 25, 1996 co-production with Regency Enterprises
Sunchaser October 25, 1996 co-production with Regency Enterprises
Bad Moon November 1, 1996 co-production with Morgan Creek Productions
Space Jam November 15, 1996 with Warner Bros. Family Entertainment; co-production with Warner Bros. Animation
Mars Attacks! December 13, 1996
My Fellow Americans December 20, 1996
Vegas Vacation February 14, 1997
Rosewood February 21, 1997
Selena March 21, 1997
Cats Don't Dance March 26, 1997 with Warner Bros. Family Entertainment; co-production with Turner Feature Animation
Anna Karenina April 4, 1997
Murder at 1600 April 18, 1997 co-production with Regency Enterprises
Shiloh April 27, 1997
Fathers' Day May 9, 1997 co-production with Silver Pictures
Addicted to Love May 23, 1997 co-production with Miramax Films and Outlaw Productions
Batman & Robin June 20, 1997 co-production with DC Entertainment and PolyGram Filmed Entertainment
Wild America July 2, 1997 co-production with Morgan Creek Productions
Contact July 11, 1997
One Eight Seven (co-production with Icon Productions) July 30, 1997
Free Willy 3: The Rescue August 8, 1997 with Warner Bros. Family Entertainment; co-production with Regency Enterprises
Conspiracy Theory August 8, 1997 co-production with Silver Pictures
Steel August 15, 1997
Fire Down Below September 5, 1997
L.A. Confidential September 19, 1997 Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Drama; co-production with Regency Enterprises
Trojan War September 26, 1997
The Race to Save 100 Years October 17, 1997
The Devil's Advocate October 17, 1997 co-production with Regency Enterprises
Breaking Up October 17, 1997 co-production with Regency Enterprises
Mad City November 7, 1997
The Man Who Knew Too Little November 14, 1997 co-production with Regency Enterprises
Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil (co-production with Malpaso Productions) November 21, 1997
The Postman December 25, 1997
Fallen January 16, 1998 co-production with Turner Pictures
Sphere February 13, 1998
Dangerous Beauty February 20, 1998 co-production with Regency Enterprises
U.S. Marshals March 6, 1998
Incognito March 13, 1998 co-production with Morgan Creek Productions
The Butcher Boy April 3, 1998 co-production with Geffen Pictures
City of Angels April 10, 1998 co-production with Regency Enterprises
Major League: Back to the Minors April 17, 1998 co-production with Morgan Creek Productions
Tarzan and the Lost City April 24, 1998 co-production with Village Roadshow Pictures
Quest for Camelot May 15, 1998 with Warner Bros. Family Entertainment; co-production with Warner Bros. Animation
Almost Heroes May 29, 1998
A Perfect Murder June 5, 1998
Lethal Weapon 4 July 10, 1998 co-production with Silver Pictures
The Negotiator July 29, 1998 co-production with Regency Enterprises
The Avengers August 14, 1998
Wrongfully Accused August 21, 1998 co-production with Morgan Creek Productions
Why Do Fools Fall in Love August 28, 1998
Without Limits September 11, 1998
Practical Magic October 16, 1998 co-production with Village Roadshow Pictures
Soldier October 23, 1998 co-production with Morgan Creek Productions
Home Fries November 25, 1998
Jack Frost December 11, 1998
You've Got Mail December 18, 1998
Payback February 5, 1999 International distributor, co-production with Paramount Pictures and Icon Productions
Message in a Bottle February 12, 1999
Analyze This March 5, 1999 co-production with Village Roadshow Pictures and Tribeca Productions
The King and I March 19, 1999 with Warner Bros. Family Entertainment; co-production with Morgan Creek Productions and Nest Entertainment
True Crime March 19, 1999
The Matrix March 31, 1999 co-production with Village Roadshow Pictures and Silver Pictures
Goodbye Lover April 16, 1999 co-production with Regency Enterprises
Lost & Found April 23, 1999
Wild Wild West June 30, 1999 co-production with Peters Entertainment
South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut June 30, 1999 International distribution only; co-production with Paramount Pictures and Comedy Central
Shiloh 2: Shiloh Season July 2, 1999
Eyes Wide Shut July 16, 1999
Deep Blue Sea July 28, 1999 co-production with Village Roadshow Pictures
The Iron Giant August 6, 1999 co-production with Warner Bros. Animation
Mickey Blue Eyes (co-production with Castle Rock Entertainment) August 20, 1999
A Dog of Flanders August 27, 1999
Chill Factor September 1, 1999 co-production with Morgan Creek Productions
Three Kings October 1, 1999 co-production with Village Roadshow Pictures
The Story of Us October 15, 1999 International distribution only, co-production with Castle Rock Entertainment and Universal Pictures
Three to Tango October 22, 1999 co-production with Village Roadshow Pictures and Outlaw Productions
House on Haunted Hill October 29, 1999 co-production with Dark Castle Entertainment and Ghost House Pictures
Pokémon: The First Movie November 10, 1999 co-production with Kids WB, Nintendo and 4Kids Entertainment
Liberty Heights November 17, 1999 co-production with Morgan Creek Productions
The Green Mile December 10, 1999 Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture. co-production with Castle Rock Entertainment
Any Given Sunday December 22, 1999

TOTAL=247

2000s Edit

Title Release Date Notes
The Big Tease January 28, 2000
The Whole Nine Yards February 18, 2000 co-production with Morgan Creek Productions and Franchise Pictures
My Dog Skip March 3, 2000 co-production with Alcon Entertainment
Romeo Must Die March 22, 2000 co-production with Silver Pictures
Ready to Rumble April 7, 2000 co-production with Outlaw Productions, Bel Air Entertainment and World Championship Wrestling; first film teamded up with Bel Air Entertainment
Gossip April 21, 2000 co-production with Village Roadshow Pictures and NPV Entertainment
Battlefield Earth May 12, 2000 co-production with Morgan Creek Productions and Franchise Pictures
The Perfect Storm June 30, 2000
The In Crowd July 19, 2000
Pokémon: The Movie 2000 July 21, 2000 co-production with Kids WB, Nintendo and 4Kids Entertainment
Space Cowboys August 4, 2000 co-production with Village Roadshow Pictures, NPV Entertainment and Malpaso Productions
The Replacements August 11, 2000 co-production with Bel Air Entertainment
The Art of War August 25, 2000 co-production with Morgan Creek Productions and Franchise Pictures
Bait September 15, 2000 co-production with Castle Rock Entertainment
Chain of Fools September 22, 2000
Into the Arms of Strangers: Stories of the Kindertransport September 29, 2000
Best in Show September 29, 2000 co-production with Castle Rock Entertainment
Get Carter October 6, 2000 co-production with Morgan Creek Productions and Franchise Pictures
Pay It Forward October 20, 2000 co-production with Bel Air Entertainment
Red Planet November 10, 2000 co-production with Village Roadshow Pictures and NPV Entertainment
Proof of Life December 8, 2000 co-production with Castle Rock Entertainment and Bel Air Entertainment
Bounce December 22, 2000 co-production with Village Roadshow Pictures and NPV Entertainment
Miss Congeniality December 22, 2000 co-production with Castle Rock Entertainment, Village Roadshow Pictures, NPV Entertainment and Fortis Films
The Pledge January 19, 2001 co-production with Morgan Creek Productions and Franchise Pictures
Valentine February 2, 2001 co-production with Village Roadshow Pictures and NPV Entertainment
Sweet November February 16, 2001 co-production with Bel Air Entertainment
3000 Miles to Graceland February 23, 2001 co-production with Morgan Creek Productions and Franchise Pictures
See Spot Run March 2, 2001 co-production with Village Roadshow Pictures and NPV Entertainment
Exit Wounds March 16, 2001 co-production with Village Roadshow Pictures, NPV Entertainment and Silver Pictures
Pokémon 3: The Movie April 6, 2001 co-production with Kids WB, Nintendo and 4Kids Entertainment
Driven April 27, 2001 co-production with Franchise Pictures
The Dish April 27, 2001
Angel Eyes May 18, 2001 co-production with Morgan Creek Productions and Franchise Pictures
Swordfish June 8, 2001 co-production with Village Roadshow Pictures, NPV Entertainment and Silver Pictures
Artificial Intelligence: AI June 29, 2001 International distributor, co-production with DreamWorks Pictures, Amblin Entertainment and Stanley Kubrick Productions
Cats & Dogs July 4, 2001 co-production with Village Roadshow Pictures and NPV Entertainment
Osmosis Jones August 10, 2001 co-production with Warner Bros. Animation and Conundrum Entertainment
American Outlaws August 17, 2001 co-production with Morgan Creek Productions
Summer Catch August 24, 2001 co-production with Bel Air Entertainment
Rock Star September 7, 2001 co-production with Bel Air Entertainment
Hearts in Atlantis September 28, 2001 co-production with Castle Rock Entertainment, Village Roadshow Pictures and NPV Entertainment
Training Day October 5, 2001 co-production with Village Roadshow Pictures, NPV Entertainment and Outlaw Productions
Thirteen Ghosts October 26, 2001 USA distribution only, co-production with Columbia Pictures and Dark Castle Entertainment
Heist November 9, 2001 distribution only; co-production with Morgan Creek Productions and Franchise Pictures
Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone November 16, 2001 Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone in the U.S. co-production with Heyday Films/1492 Pictures
The Affair of the Necklace November 30, 2001 co-production with Alcon Entertainment
Ocean's Eleven December 7, 2001 co-production with Village Roadshow Pictures, NPV Entertainment and Jerry Weintraub Productions
The Majestic December 21, 2001 co-production with Castle Rock Entertainment, Village Roadshow Pictures and NPV Entertainment
Charlotte Gray December 28, 2001 USA distribution only
A Walk to Remember January 25, 2002 co-production with Pandora and Di Novi Pictures
Collateral Damage February 8, 2002 co-production with Bel Air Entertainment; last film teamed up with Bel Air Entertainment
Queen of the Damned February 22, 2002 co-production with Village Roadshow Pictures and NPV Entertainment
The Time Machine March 8, 2002 International distributor, co-production with DreamWorks Pictures and Parkes/MacDonald Productions
Showtime March 15, 2002 co-production with Village Roadshow Pictures and NPV Entertainment
Death to Smoochy March 29, 2002 co-production with FilmFour
Murder by Numbers April 19, 2002 co-production with Castle Rock Entertainment
The Salton Sea April 26, 2002 co-production with Castle Rock Entertainment, Village Roadshow Pictures and NPV Entertainment
Insomnia May 24, 2002 co-production with Alcon Entertainment and Section Eight Productions
Divine Secrets of the Ya-Ya Sisterhood June 7, 2002
Scooby-Doo June 14, 2002 co-production with Hanna-Barbera Productions and Mosaic Media Group
Juwanna Mann June 21, 2002 co-production with Morgan Creek Productions
The Powerpuff Girls Movie July 3, 2002 co-distributed with Cartoon Network; produced by Cartoon Network Studios
Eight Legged Freaks July 17, 2002 co-production with Village Roadshow Pictures and NPV Entertainment
Blood Work August 9, 2002
The Adventures of Pluto Nash August 16, 2002 co-production with Castle Rock Entertainment, Village Roadshow Pictures and NPV Entertainment
Possession August 16, 2002
FeardotCom August 30, 2002 co-production with Franchise Pictures
City by the Sea September 6, 2002 co-production with Franchise Pictures
Ballistic: Ecks vs. Sever September 20, 2002 co-production with Franchise Pictures
White Oleander October 11, 2002 co-production with Pandora
Welcome to Collinwood October 18, 2002 co-production with Pandora
Ghost Ship October 25, 2002 co-production with Village Roadshow Pictures, NPV Entertainment and Dark Castle Entertainment
Femme Fatale November 6, 2002 distribution only
Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets November 15, 2002 co-production with Heyday Films/1492 Pictures
Analyze That December 6, 2002 co-production with Village Roadshow Pictures, NPV Entertainment and Tribeca Productions
Two Weeks Notice December 20, 2002 co-production with Castle Rock Entertainment, Village Roadshow Pictures and NPV Entertainment
Kangaroo Jack January 17, 2003 co-production with Castle Rock Entertainment and Jerry Bruckheimer Films
Gods and Generals February 21, 2003 co-production with Village Roadshow Pictures and NPV Entertainment
Cradle 2 the Grave February 28, 2003 co-production with Silver Pictures
Dreamcatcher March 21, 2003 co-production with Castle Rock Entertainment, Village Roadshow Pictures and NPV Entertainment
Blue Collar Comedy Tour: The Movie March 28, 2003
What a Girl Wants April 4, 2003 co-production with Gaylord Films
Malibu's Most Wanted April 18, 2003
A Mighty Wind May 9, 2003 co-production with Castle Rock Entertainment
The Matrix Reloaded May 15, 2003 co-production with Village Roadshow Pictures, NPV Entertainment and Silver Pictures
The In-Laws May 23, 2003 co-production with Franchise Pictures
Alex and Emma June 20, 2003 co-production with Franchise Pictures
Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines July 2, 2003 USA distribution only, produced by Intermedia Films and C2 Pictures; Columbia Pictures held international rights
I'll Be There August 1, 2003 co-production with Morgan Creek Productions
Grind August 15, 2003
Matchstick Men September 12, 2003 co-production with Plan B Entertainment
Small Voices September 19, 2003
Mystic River October 15, 2003 Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Drama. co-production with Village Roadshow Pictures and NPV Entertainment
The Matrix Revolutions November 5, 2003 co-production with Village Roadshow Pictures, NPV Entertainment and Silver Pictures
Looney Tunes: Back in Action November 14, 2003 co-production with Warner Bros. Animation, Baltimore Spring Creek Pictures, Goldmann Pictures and Lonely Film Productions CmbH & Co. KG
Gothika November 21, 2003 USA distribution only, co-production with Columbia Pictures and Dark Castle Entertainment
The Last Samurai December 5, 2003
Something's Gotta Give December 12, 2003 International distributor, co-production with Columbia Pictures and Waverly Films
Love Don't Cost a Thing December 12, 2003 co-production with Alcon Entertainment
Chasing Liberty January 9, 2004 co-production with Alcon Entertainment
Torque January 16, 2004 co-production with Village Roadshow Pictures and NPV Entertainment
The Big Bounce January 30, 2004
Starsky & Hutch March 5, 2004 USA distribution only, co-production with Dimension Films
Spartan March 12, 2004 distribution only, co-production with Franchise Pictures
NASCAR 3D: The IMAX Experience March 12, 2004
Taking Lives March 19, 2004 co-production with Village Roadshow Pictures
Scooby-Doo 2: Monsters Unleashed March 26, 2004 co-production with Hanna-Barbera Productions and Mosaic Media Group
The Whole Ten Yards April 9, 2004 USA distribution only, co-production with Franchise Pictures and Cheyenne Enterprises
Clifford's Really Big Movie April 23, 2004
New York Minute May 7, 2004
Troy May 14, 2004 co-production with Plan B Entertainment and Radiant Productions
Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban June 4, 2004 co-production with Heyday Films/1492 Pictures
A Cinderella Story July 16, 2004
Catwoman July 23, 2004 co-production with Village Roadshow Pictures
Yu-Gi-Oh! The Movie: Pyramid of Light August 13, 2004 distributor
Exorcist: The Beginning August 20, 2004 distribution only; co-production with Morgan Creek Productions
Funky Monkey September 17, 2004
The Polar Express November 10, 2004 co-production with Castle Rock Entertainment, Shangri-La Entertainment, ImageMovers and Playtone
Alexander November 24, 2004 co-production with Intermedia Films
Ocean's Twelve December 10, 2004 co-production with Village Roadshow Pictures, NPV Entertainment, Jerry Weintraub Productions and Section Eight Productions
The Aviator December 25, 2004 Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
Winner of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Drama. co-production with Miramax Films
Racing Stripes January 14, 2005
The Phantom of the Opera January 21, 2005
Million Dollar Baby January 28, 2005 Winner of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Drama. co-production with Village Roadshow Pictures, NPV Entertainment and Malpaso Productions
Constantine February 18, 2005 co-production with Di Bonaventura Pictures, Village Roadshow Pictures, Weed Road Pictures, Vertigo (DC Comics) and The Donners Company
Miss Congeniality 2: Armed and Fabulous March 24, 2005 co-production with Castle Rock Entertainment, Village Roadshow Pictures and Fortis Films
House of Wax May 6, 2005 co-production with Village Roadshow Pictures and Dark Castle Entertainment
Dominion: Prequel to the Exorcist May 20, 2005 distribution only
The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants June 1, 2005 co-production with Alcon Entertainment and Di Novi Pictures
Batman Begins June 15, 2005 co-production with DC Comics and Syncopy Films
Charlie and the Chocolate Factory July 15, 2005 co-production with Village Roadshow Pictures, Plan B Entertainment, The Zanuck Company and Theobald Film Productions
The Island July 22, 2005 International distributor, co-production with DreamWorks Pictures and Parkes/MacDonald Productions
Must Love Dogs July 29, 2005
The Dukes of Hazzard August 5, 2005 co-production with Village Roadshow Pictures
A Sound of Thunder September 2, 2005 co-production with Franchise Pictures
Corpse Bride September 23, 2005
Duma September 30, 2005
Kiss Kiss Bang Bang October 21, 2005 co-production with Silver Pictures
North Country October 21, 2005
Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire November 18, 2005 co-production with Heyday Films
Syriana December 9, 2005 co-production with Participant Productions and Section Eight Productions
Rumor Has It… December 25, 2005
Firewall February 10, 2006 co-production with Village Roadshow Pictures and Beacon Communications
Deep Sea 3D March 3, 2006 co-production with IMAX
16 Blocks March 3, 2006 co-production with Alcon Entertainment
V for Vendetta March 17, 2006 co-production with Virtual Studios, Vertigo (DC Comics) and Silver Pictures
ATL March 31, 2006 co-production with Overbrook Entertainment
Poseidon May 12, 2006 co-production with Virtual Studios
Saving Shiloh May 12, 2006
The Lake House June 16, 2006 co-production with Village Roadshow Pictures
Superman Returns June 28, 2006 co-production with Legendary Pictures, DC Comics, Peters Entertainment and Bad Hat Harry Productions; first film teamed up with Legendary Pictures
Lady in the Water July 21, 2006 co-production with Legendary Pictures and Blinding Edge Pictures
The Ant Bully July 28, 2006 co-production with Legendary Pictures, Playtone and DNA Productions
Beerfest August 25, 2006 co-production with Legendary Pictures, Broken Lizard and Gerber Pictures
The Wicker Man September 1, 2006
The Departed October 6, 2006 Winner of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Drama. co-production with Plan B Entertainment, Media Asia Films and Vertigo Entertainment
The Prestige October 20, 2006 International distributor, co-production with Touchstone Pictures, Newmarket Films and Syncopy Films
Flags of Our Fathers October 20, 2006 international distribution only, co-production with DreamWorks Pictures, Amblin Entertainment and Malpaso Productions
Happy Feet November 17, 2006 co-production with Village Roadshow Pictures, Animal Logic and Kennedy-Miller Productions
The Fountain November 22, 2006 co-production with Regency Enterprises and Protozoa Pictures; 20th Century Fox handled most worldwide rights
Unaccompanied Minors December 8, 2006 co-production with Village Roadshow Pictures
The Blood Diamond December 8, 2006 co-production with Virtual Studios
The Good German December 15, 2006 co-production with Virtual Studios
Letters from Iwo Jima December 20, 2006 Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture. USA distribution only, co-production with DreamWorks Pictures, Amblin Entertainment and Malpaso Productions
We Are Marshall December 22, 2006 co-production with Legendary Pictures, Thunder Road Films and Wonderland Sound and Vision
Music and Lyrics February 14, 2007 co-production with Castle Rock Entertainment and Village Roadshow Pictures
The Astronaut Farmer February 23, 2007
Zodiac March 2, 2007 co-production with Paramount Pictures and Phoenix Pictures; international distributor
300 March 9, 2007 co-production with Legendary Pictures, Virtual Studios and Atmosphere Pictures
TMNT March 23, 2007 shared distribution with The Weinstein Company; produced by Imagi Animation Studios
The Reaping April 5, 2007 co-production with Village Roadshow Pictures and Dark Castle Entertainment
Aqua Teen Hunger Force Colon Movie Film for Theaters April 13, 2007 home video release; co-production with Adult Swim, Williams Street and Cartoon Network
In the Land of Women April 20, 2007 distribution only, co-production with Castle Rock Entertainment
Lucky You May 4, 2007 co-production with Village Roadshow Pictures
Ocean's Thirteen June 8, 2007 co-production with Village Roadshow Pictures, Section Eight Productions and Jerry Weintraub Productions
Nancy Drew June 15, 2007 co-production with Virtual Studios and Jerry Weintraub Productions
License to Wed July 3, 2007 co-production with Village Roadshow Pictures, Phoenix Pictures, Robert Simonds Productions, Underground Films and Management and Proposal Productions
Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix July 11, 2007 co-production with Heyday Films
No Reservations July 27, 2007 co-production with Castle Rock Entertainment and Village Roadshow Pictures
The Invasion August 17, 2007 co-production with Village Roadshow Pictures, Silver Pictures and Vertigo Entertainment
The Brave One September 14, 2007 co-production with Village Roadshow Pictures and Silver Pictures
The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford September 21, 2007 co-production with Virtual Studios
Michael Clayton October 12, 2007 Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Drama. co-production with Senator Entertainment and Castle Rock Entertainment
Rails & Ties October 26, 2007
Beowulf November 5, 2007 International distributor, co-production with Paramount Pictures, Shangri-La Entertainment and ImageMovers
Fred Claus November 9, 2007 co-production with Silver Pictures
August Rush November 21, 2007 co-production with Odyssey Entertainment
Mama's Boy November 30, 2007
I Am Legend December 14, 2007 co-production with Village Roadshow Pictures, Heyday Films, Weed Road Pictures, Overbrook Entertainment and Original Film
Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street December 21, 2007 International distributor, co-production with DreamWorks Pictures, Parkes/MacDonald Productions, The Zanuck Company and Neal Street Productions
P.S. I Love You December 21, 2007 co production with Alcon Entertainment
The Bucket List January 21, 2008
One Missed Call January 4, 2008 co-production with Kadokawa Pictures, Intermedia Films and Alcon Entertainment
Fool's Gold February 8, 2008
10,000 B.C. March 7, 2008 co-production with Legendary Pictures, Centropolis Entertainment and The Mark Gordon Company
Broken Angel March 14, 2008 first Turkish film released by WB
Chaos Theory April 11, 2008 co-production with Warner Independent Pictures and Castle Rock Entertainment
Speed Racer May 9, 2008 co-production with Village Roadshow Pictures, Silver Pictures, Anarchos Productions, Velocity Productions and Sechste Babelsberg Film
Death Note May 20, 2008 Japanese distribution only, co-production with Nippon Television
Get Smart June 20, 2008 co-production with Di Bonaventura Pictures, Village Roadshow Pictures, Mosaic Media Group and Mad Chance Callahan Filmworks
The Dark Knight July 18, 2008 co-production with Legendary Pictures, DC Comics and Syncopy Films
The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants 2 August 6, 2008 co-production with Alcon Entertainment and Di Novi Pictures
Star Wars: The Clone Wars August 15, 2008 co-production with Lucasfilm and Cartoon Network
Nights in Rodanthe September 26, 2008 co-production with Village Roadshow Pictures
Body of Lies October 10, 2008 co-production with Scott Free Productions and De Line Pictures
Death Note: The Last Name October 15, 2008 Japanese distribution only, co-production with Nippon Television
RocknRolla October 31, 2008 co-production with Dark Castle Entertainment
Yes Man December 17, 2008 co-production with Village Roadshow Pictures, Heyday Films, Relativity Media and The Zanuck Company
The Curious Case of Benjamin Button December 25, 2008 Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Drama. international distributor, co-production with Paramount Pictures and The Kennedy/Marshall Company
Gran Torino January 9, 2009 co-production with Village Roadshow Pictures, Malpaso Productions and Media Magik Entertainment
Chandni Chowk to China January 16, 2009 co-production with Ramesh Sippy Entertainment and People Tree Films
Slumdog Millionaire January 23, 2009 Winner of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
Winner of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Drama. international distributor, co-production with Fox Searchlight Pictures, Pathé, FilmFour and Celador Films
Under the Sea 3D February 13, 2009 co-production with IMAX
Watchmen March 6, 2009 co-production with Paramount Pictures, Legendary Pictures, DC Comics and Lawrence Gordon Productions; U.S. distributor
Observe and Report April 10, 2009 co-production with Legendary Pictures and De Line Pictures
Terminator Salvation May 21, 2009 co-production with Columbia Pictures and The Halcyon Company; U.S. distributor
The Hangover June 5, 2009 co-production with Legendary Pictures and Green Hat Films
Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince July 15, 2009 co-production with Heyday Films
Orphan July 24, 2009 co-production with Dark Castle Entertainment and Appian Way Productions
Shorts August 21, 2009 co-production with Imagenation Abu Dhabi, Media Rights Capital and Troublemaker Studios
Whiteout September 11, 2009 co-production with Dark Castle Entertainment
The Informant! September 18, 2009 co-production with Participant Media, Groundswell Productions and Section Eight
The Firm September 18, 2009 UK Film
The Invention of Lying October 2, 2009 co-production with Universal Pictures, Radar Pictures, Focus Features International and Media Rights Capital; U.S. distributor
Where the Wild Things Are October 16, 2009 co-production with Legendary Pictures, Village Roadshow Pictures and Playtone
Goemon November 4, 2009 Japanese distribution only, co-production with Shochiku
The Box November 6, 2009 co-production with Radar Pictures and Media Rights Capital
The Blind Side November 20, 2009 Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture. co-production with Alcon Entertainment
Ninja Assassin November 25, 2009 co-production with Legendary Pictures, Dark Castle Entertainment, Silver Pictures and Di Bonaventura Pictures
Invictus December 11, 2009 co-production with Spyglass Entertainment, Revelations Entertainment and Malpaso Productions
Sherlock Holmes December 25, 2009 co-production with Di Bonaventura Pictures, Village Roadshow Pictures and Silver Pictures

2010sEdit

Title Release Date Notes
The Book of Eli January 15, 2010 North American distributor; co-production with Alcon Entertainment and Silver Pictures
Edge of Darkness January 29, 2010 co-production with GK Films, Icon Productions and BBC Films
Valentine's Day February 12, 2010 distribution only, produced by New Line Cinema; the first New Line Cinema film to be distributed by Warner Bros.
Cop Out February 26, 2010
Atithi Tum Kab Jaoge? March 5, 2010 co-production with Wide Frame Films
Hubble March 19, 2010 co-production with IMAX
Clash of the Titans April 2, 2010 co-production with Legendary Pictures, The Zanuck Company and Thunder Road Film
The Losers April 23, 2010 co-production with Dark Castle Entertainment, Vertigo (DC Comics) and Weed Road Pictures
A Nightmare on Elm Street April 30, 2010 distribution only, produced by New Line Cinema and Platinum Dunes
Sex and the City 2 May 27, 2010 distribution only, produced by New Line Cinema, HBO Films and Village Roadshow Pictures
Splice June 4, 2010 co-production with Dark Castle Entertainment, Senator Entertainment, Gaumont and Telefilm Canada
Jonah Hex June 18, 2010 co-production with Weed Road Pictures, Legendary Pictures and DC Entertainment
Inception July 16, 2010 Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Drama. co-production with Legendary Pictures and Syncopy Films
Cats & Dogs: The Revenge of Kitty Galore July 30, 2010 co-production with Village Roadshow Pictures
Flipped August 6, 2010 co-production with Castle Rock Entertainment
Lottery Ticket August 20, 2010 co-production with Alcon Entertainment, Burg/Koules Productions, Cube Vision and Sweepstake Productions
Going the Distance September 3, 2010 distribution only, produced by New Line Cinema and Offspring Entertainment
The Town September 17, 2010 co-production with Legendary Pictures, GK Films and Thunder Road Film
Legend of the Guardians: The Owls of Ga'Hoole September 24, 2010 co-production with Village Roadshow Pictures and Animal Logic
Life as We Know It October 8, 2010 co-production with Village Roadshow Pictures, Gold Circle Films and Josephson Entertainment
Hereafter October 22, 2010 co-production with Amblin Entertainment, The Kennedy/Marshall Company and Malpaso Productions
Due Date November 5, 2010 co-production with Legendary Pictures and Green Hat Films
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 1 November 19, 2010 co-production with Heyday Films
Yogi Bear December 17, 2010 co-production with Sunswept Entertainment, De Line Pictures and Rhythm and Hues Studios
The Rite January 28, 2011 distribution only, produced by New Line Cinema and Tribeca Productions
Unknown February 18, 2011 co-production with Dark Castle Entertainment and Studio Babelsberg
Hall Pass February 25, 2011 distribution only, produced by New Line Cinema and Conundrum Entertainment
Red Riding Hood March 11, 2011 co-production with Appian Way Productions
Sucker Punch March 25, 2011 co-production with Legendary Pictures and Cruel and Unusual Films
Arthur April 8, 2011
Born to Be Wild April 8, 2011 co-production with IMAX
Something Borrowed May 6, 2011 North American distributor; co-production with Alcon Entertainment, 2S Films and Wild Ocean Films
The Hangover Part II May 26, 2011 co-production with Legendary Pictures and Green Hat Films
Green Lantern June 17, 2011 co-production with DC Entertainment
Horrible Bosses July 8, 2011 distribution only, produced by New Line Cinema and Rat Entertainment
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 2 July 15, 2011 co-production with Heyday Films
Crazy, Stupid, Love. July 29, 2011
Final Destination 5 August 12, 2011 distribution only, produced by New Line Cinema
The Last Circus August 19, 2011 Spanish distribution only; produced by Magnet Releasing, Tornasol Films and TVE
Contagion September 9, 2011 co-production with Participant Media, Imagenation Abu Dhabi and Double Features Films
Dolphin Tale September 23, 2011 co-production with Alcon Entertainment
The Artist October 12, 2011 Winner of the Academy Award for Best Picture
French distribution only, co-production with The Weinstein Company, Studio 37 and La Petite Reine
A Very Harold & Kumar Christmas November 4, 2011 distribution only, produced by New Line Cinema, Mandate Pictures and Kingsgate Films
J. Edgar November 11, 2011 co-production with Imagine Entertainment, Malpaso Productions and Wintergreen Productions
Happy Feet Two November 18, 2011 co-production with Village Roadshow Pictures, Animal Logic and Dr. D Studios
New Year's Eve December 9, 2011 distribution only, produced by New Line Cinema
Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows December 16, 2011 co-production with Di Bonaventura Pictures, Silver Pictures and Village Roadshow Pictures
Joyful Noise January 13, 2012 co-production with Alcon Entertainment
Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close January 20, 2012 Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture
co-production with Scott Rudin Productions
Journey 2: The Mysterious Island February 10, 2012 distribution only, produced by New Line Cinema, Walden Media, Original Film and Contrafilm
Project X March 2, 2012 co-production with Green Hat Films and Silver Pictures
Wrath of the Titans March 30, 2012 co-production with Legendary Pictures and Thunder Road Film
The Lucky One April 20, 2012 co-production with Village Roadshow Pictures, Di Novi Pictures and Langley Park Productions
To the Arctic 3D co-production with IMAX
Dark Shadows May 11, 2012 co-production with Village Roadshow Pictures, GK Films, Infinitum Nihil and The Zanuck Company
Chernobyl Diaries May 25, 2012 co-production with Alcon Entertainment and FilmNation Entertainment
Rock of Ages June 15, 2012 distribution only, produced by New Line Cinema, Corner Stone Entertainment, Material Pictures, Offspring Entertainment and Maguire Entertainment
Magic Mike June 29, 2012 US distribution only
The Dark Knight Rises July 20, 2012 co-production with Legendary Pictures, DC Entertainment and Syncopy Films
The Campaign August 10, 2012 co-production with Gary Sanchez Productions and Everyman Pictures
The Apparition August 24, 2012 co-production with Studio Babelsberg and Dark Castle Entertainment
Rurouni Keshin August 25, 2012 Japanese distribution only
Trouble with the Curve September 21, 2012 co-production with Malpaso Productions
Argo October 12, 2012 Winner of the Academy Award for Best Picture
co-production with GK Films and Smokehouse Pictures
Cloud Atlas October 26, 2012 co-production with X-Filme Creative Pool, Cloud Atlas Productions and Anarchos Productions
The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey December 14, 2012 distribution only, produced by New Line Cinema, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Pictures and WingNut Films
Gangster Squad January 11, 2013 co-production with Village Roadshow Pictures and Langley Park Productions
Bullet to the Head February 1, 2013 co-production with Dark Castle Entertainment, IM Global, After Dark Films, Millar Gough Ink and Emjag Productions
Beautiful Creatures February 14, 2013 co-production with Alcon Entertainment, 3 Arts Entertainment and Belle Pictures
The Factory February 19, 2013 co-production with Dark Castle Entertainment
Jack the Giant Slayer March 1, 2013 distribution only, produced by New Line Cinema, Legendary Pictures, Original Film, Big Kid Pictures and Bad Hat Harry
The Incredible Burt Wonderstone March 15, 2013 distribution only, produced by New Line Cinema, Benderspink and Carousel Productions
42 April 12, 2013 co-production with Legendary Pictures
The Great Gatsby May 10, 2013 co-production with Village Roadshow Pictures, Bazmark Productions, A&E Television and Red Wagon Entertainment
The Hangover Part III May 23, 2013 co-production with Legendary Pictures and Green Hat Films
Man of Steel June 14, 2013 co-production with Legendary Pictures, DC Entertainment, Cruel and Unusual Films and Syncopy Films
Pacific Rim July 12, 2013 co-production with Legendary Pictures and DDY Productions
The Conjuring July 19, 2013 distribution only, produced by New Line Cinema, Safran Company and Evergreen Media Group
Top Cat: The Movie August 2, 2013 co-production with Viva Pictures, Ánima Estudios and Illusion Studios
We're the Millers August 9, 2013 distribution only, produced by New Line Cinema
Getaway August 30, 2013 co-production with Dark Castle Entertainment and After Dark Films
Prisoners September 20, 2013 USA distribution only, produced by Alcon Entertainment, 8:38 Productions and Madhouse Entertainment
The Wizard of Oz (3-D rerelease) September 20, 2013 distribution only; produced by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Pictures
Gravity October 4, 2013 co-production with Heyday Films and Esperanto Filmoj Productions

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