List of Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer films (1950–1959)

The following is a list of films originally produced and/or distributed theatrically by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer and released between 1950 and 1959.

Release date Title Notes
January 13, 1950 Ambush
February 2, 1950 Key to the City
March 1, 1950 The Outriders
March 10, 1950 Nancy Goes to Rio
March 12, 1950 Black Hand
March 24, 1950 Conspirator Made by MGM-British
April 7, 1950 The Yellow Cab Man
May 5, 1950 The Reformer and the Redhead
May 11, 1950 Stars In My Crown
May 12, 1950 Please Believe Me
The Asphalt Jungle
May 17, 1950 Annie Get Your Gun
May 19, 1950 Shadow on the Wall
May 23, 1950 Side Street
May 26, 1950 The Big Hangover
June 16, 1950 Father of the Bride Nominated for Academy Award for Best Picture
June 29, 1950 The Skipper Surprised His Wife
June 29, 1950 The Next Voice You Hear...
July 7, 1950 Crisis
July 7, 1950 The Happy Years
July 12, 1950 Three Little Words
July 14, 1950 Duchess of Idaho
July 28, 1950 Mystery Street
August 3, 1950 A Lady Without Passport
August 24, 1950 The Toast of New Orleans
August 31, 1950 Summer Stock
September 1, 1950 A Life of Her Own
September 15, 1950 Devil's Doorway
October 6, 1950 Right Cross
October 13, 1950 To Please a Lady
October 26, 1950 The Miniver Story
November 3, 1950 Dial 1119
November 10, 1950 Two Weeks with Love
November 24, 1950 King Solomon's Mines Nominated for Academy Award for Best Picture.
December 7, 1950 Kim
December 8, 1950 Mrs. O'Malley and Mr. Malone
December 11, 1950 Watch the Birdie
December 29, 1950 Pagan Love Song
January 18, 1951 The Magnificent Yankee
January 19, 1951 Grounds for Marriage
February 4, 1951 Vengeance Valley
March 1, 1951 Three Guys Named Mike
March 2, 1951 Mr. Imperium
March 12, 1951 The Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Story A compilation film of MGM's 1951 slate of releases
March 15, 1951 Inside Straight
March 16, 1951 The Red Badge of Courage
March 23, 1951 Royal Wedding
March 29, 1951 Soldiers Three
March 30, 1951 Cause for Alarm!
April 5, 1951 Teresa
April 16, 1951 The Great Caruso
April 27, 1951 Father's Little Dividend sequel to Father of the Bride
May 4, 1951 The Painted Hills
May 18, 1951 Home Town Story
May 24, 1951 Go for Broke!
June 8, 1951 Night into Morning
June 15, 1951 No Questions Asked
June 20, 1951 Kind Lady
June 29, 1951 Excuse My Dust
July 3, 1951 Strictly Dishonorable
July 9, 1951 Rich, Young and Pretty
July 20, 1951 The Law and the Lady
August 17, 1951 The Tall Target
August 1951 The Strip
September 1, 1951 The People Against O'Hara
September 7, 1951 Angels in the Outfield
September 24, 1951 Show Boat
October 5, 1951 Texas Carnival
October 12, 1951 Bannerline
October 15, 1951 Pandora and the Flying Dutchman US distribution only; produced by Dorkay Productions
October 23, 1951 Across the Wide Missouri
November 11, 1951 An American in Paris Winner of the Academy Award for Best Picture
November 15, 1951 Callaway Went Thataway
November 16, 1951 The Unknown Man
November 20, 1951 It's a Big Country
November 22, 1951 Too Young to Kiss
November 27, 1951 The Man with a Cloak
December 14, 1951 Calling Bulldog Drummond
December 25, 1951 Quo Vadis Nominated for Academy Award for Best Picture
December 31, 1951 Westward the Women
January 16, 1952 The Light Touch
January 29, 1952 Invitation
February 8, 1952 Lone Star
February 22, 1952 The Belle of New York
February 23, 1952 Love Is Better Than Ever
February 27, 1952 Just This Once
March 22, 1952 The Wild North
April 11, 1952 Singin' in the Rain
April 18, 1952 Talk About a Stranger
April 24, 1952 Carbine Williams
May 2, 1952 Young Man with Ideas
May 11, 1952 When in Rome
May 23, 1952 The Girl in White
May 28, 1952 Skirts Ahoy!
May 29, 1952 Lovely to Look At
May 30, 1952 The Sellout
June 6, 1952 Glory Alley
June 13, 1952 Pat and Mike
June 27, 1952 Scaramouche
July 18, 1952 Washington Story
July 18, 1952 You for Me
July 18, 1952 Shadow in the Sky
July 25, 1952 Holiday for Sinners
July 31, 1952 Ivanhoe Nominated for Academy Award for Best Picture
August 15, 1952 Fearless Fagan
September 5, 1952 The Merry Widow
September 5, 1952 My Man and I
September 19, 1952 The Devil Makes Three
September 25, 1952 Because You're Mine
September 25, 1952 Apache War Smoke
October 31, 1952 Everything I Have Is Yours
November 14, 1952 The Prisoner of Zenda
November 19, 1952 Desperate Search
November 21, 1952 The Hour of 13
November 28, 1952 Plymouth Adventure
December 4, 1952 Million Dollar Mermaid
December 5, 1952 The Hoaxters Documentary feature
December 12, 1952 Sky Full of Moon
December 25, 1952 The Bad and the Beautiful
January 2, 1953 Above and Beyond
January 16, 1953 The Clown
February 1, 1953 The Naked Spur
February 13, 1953 Rogue's March
March 6, 1953 Battle Circus
March 13, 1953 Confidentially Connie
March 20, 1953 I Love Melvin
March 26, 1953 The Story of Three Loves
March 27, 1953 The Girl Who Had Everything
March 30, 1953 Jeopardy
April 10, 1953 Small Town Girl
April 17, 1953 Bright Road
April 22, 1953 Sombrero
April 24, 1953 Code Two
May 1, 1953 Never Let Me Go
May 8, 1953 Cry of the Hunted
May 15, 1953 Remains to Be Seen
May 17, 1953 Scandal at Scourie
May 22, 1953 Fast Company
May 29, 1953 Young Bess
June 4, 1953 Julius Caesar Nominated for Academy Award for Best Picture
June 5, 1953 A Slight Case of Larceny
June 19, 1953 Dream Wife
June 24, 1953 Arena MGM's first 3D film
July 3, 1953 Dangerous When Wet
July 10, 1953 Lili
July 14, 1953 Terror on a Train
July 17, 1953 Ride, Vaquero!
August 7, 1953 The Band Wagon
August 14, 1953 The Affairs of Dobie Gillis
August 19, 1953 Big Leaguer
August 28, 1953 Latin Lovers
September 4, 1953 Half a Hero
September 25, 1953 The Actress
October 1, 1953 Torch Song
October 9, 1953 Mogambo
October 13, 1953 Main Street to Broadway Distribution only; produced by Cinema Productions
October 30, 1953 Take the High Ground!
November 13, 1953 All the Brothers Were Valiant
November 26, 1953 Kiss Me Kate MGM's second 3D film
December 3, 1953 Give a Girl a Break
December 4, 1953 Escape from Fort Bravo
December 25, 1953 Easy to Love
December 30, 1953 Saadia
January 15, 1954 Knights of the Round Table MGM's first CinemaScope film
January 29, 1954 The Great Diamond Robbery
February 18, 1954 The Long, Long Trailer
March 5, 1954 Tennessee Champ
April 1, 1954 Rose Marie
April 2, 1954 Gypsy Colt
April 16, 1954 Rhapsody
May 4, 1954 Prisoner of War
May 5, 1954 Flame and the Flesh
May 6, 1954 Executive Suite
May 7, 1954 Men of the Fighting Lady
June 15, 1954 The Student Prince
July 22, 1954 Seven Brides for Seven Brothers Nominated for Academy Award for Best Picture
July 23, 1954 Valley of the Kings
August 11, 1954 Her Twelve Men
September 7, 1954 Betrayed
September 8, 1954 Brigadoon
September 17, 1954 Rogue Cop
October 6, 1954 Beau Brummell
November 4, 1954 Athena
November 18, 1954 The Last Time I Saw Paris
December 6, 1954 Seagulls Over Sorrento
December 24, 1954 Deep in My Heart
December 29, 1954 Green Fire
January 7, 1955 Bad Day at Black Rock
February 4, 1955 Many Rivers to Cross
February 18, 1955 Jupiter's Darling
March 4, 1955 Hit the Deck
March 24, 1955 The Glass Slipper
March 25, 1955 Blackboard Jungle
April 28, 1955 Bedevilled
May 5, 1955 Interrupted Melody
May 6, 1955 The Prodigal
May 20, 1955 The Marauders
June 7, 1955 The Cobweb
June 10, 1955 Love Me or Leave Me
June 24, 1955 Moonfleet
June 24, 1955 Svengali US distribution only; produced in the UK by Alderdale Films
July 29, 1955 The Scarlet Coat
August 5, 1955 The King's Thief
September 2, 1955 It's Always Fair Weather
October 7, 1955 Trial
October 8, 1955 Kismet
November 3, 1955 Guys and Dolls Distribution only, produced by Samuel Goldwyn Productions; The film is now owned by Warner Bros.
November 4, 1955 The Tender Trap
November 23, 1955 Quentin Durward
December 23, 1955 It's a Dog's Life
December 25, 1955 I'll Cry Tomorrow
January 12, 1956 Diane
January 24, 1956 Ransom!
February 9, 1956 Forever, Darling Co-production with Zanra Productions
March 9, 1956 Meet Me in Las Vegas
March 15, 1956 Forbidden Planet
March 30, 1956 Tribute to a Bad Man
April 26, 1956 The Swan
April 30, 1956 The Last Hunt
May 1, 1956 Bhowani Junction
May 9, 1956 Gaby
May 15, 1956 Invitation to the Dance
May 17, 1956 The Wedding in Monaco A Citel Monaco production made by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (feature documentary)
Produced with the cooperation of Compagnie Francaise de Films
June 14, 1956 The Catered Affair
July 5, 1956 Somebody Up There Likes Me
July 12, 1956 The Fastest Gun Alive
July 17, 1956 High Society Co-production with Sol C. Siegel Productions and Bing Crosby Productions
Musical remake of The Philadelphia Story
August 17, 1956 These Wilder Years
September 17, 1956 Lust for Life
September 26, 1956 The Power and the Prize
September 27, 1956 Tea and Sympathy
October 17, 1956 Julie Co-production with Arwin Productions
October 26, 1956 The Opposite Sex
November 2, 1956 The Rack
November 25, 1956 Friendly Persuasion Nominated for the Academy Award for Best Picture
Foreign distribution only; US distribution by Allied Artists
November 28, 1956 The Great American Pastime
November 29, 1956 The Teahouse of the August Moon
January 7, 1957 The Iron Petticoat Distribution only; produced by Hope Records and Benhar Productions
Presented by Harry Saltzman in association with Remus Films
January 16, 1957 The Barretts of Wimpole Street
January 18, 1957 Slander
January 29, 1957 Edge of the City
February 22, 1957 The Wings of Eagles
February 1957 Hot Summer Night
April 3, 1957 Ten Thousand Bedrooms
April 4, 1957 Lizzie Co-production with Bryna Productions
April 12, 1957 Tarzan and the Lost Safari Distribution only; produced by Sol Lesser Productions
May 2, 1957 The Living Idol
May 3, 1957 The Little Hut Distribution only; produced by Herbson, S.A. of Switzerland
May 8, 1957 The Vintage
May 10, 1957 Something of Value
May 14, 1957 This Could Be the Night
May 16, 1957 Designing Woman
June 20, 1957 The Happy Road Distribution only; produced by Kerry Productions
June 28, 1957 The Seventh Sin
July 12, 1957 Decision Against Time Distribution only; produced by Ealing Films
July 18, 1957 Silk Stockings Co-production with Arthur Freed Productions
July 19, 1957 Gun Glory
August 22, 1957 Man on Fire Co-production with Sol C. Siegel Productions and Bing Crosby Productions
August 30, 1957 Action of the Tiger Distribution only; produced by Claridge Film Productions and Van Johnson Enterprises
September 6, 1957 Tip on a Dead Jockey
September 12, 1957 House of Numbers
September 20, 1957 The Hired Gun Co-production with Calhoun-Orsatti Enterprises (A Rorvic presentation)
October 3, 1957 Les Girls Co-production with Sol C. Siegel Productions
October 8, 1957 Until They Sail
October 25, 1957 The Invisible Boy Co-production with Pan Productions
November 8, 1957 Jailhouse Rock Co-production with Avon Productions
November 14, 1957 Don't Go Near the Water Co-production with Avon Productions
December 20, 1957 Raintree County
December 21, 1957 All at Sea Distribution only; produced by Ealing Films
January 30, 1958 Seven Hills of Rome Co-production with St. Cloud Productions and Gregor Productions
February 14, 1958 Underwater Warrior Co-production with Ivan Tors Pictures and Hunterhaven; made by Underwater Productions
February 20, 1958 The Brothers Karamazov Co-production with Avon Productions
March 5, 1958 I Accuse!
The Safecracker Distribution only; produced by in the UK by Coronado Productions
March 20, 1958 Saddle the Wind
April 4, 1958 Merry Andrew Co-production with Sol C. Siegel Productions and Danny Kaye
April 18, 1958 Handle with Care
May 2, 1958 Cry Terror! Co-production with Andrew L. Stone, Inc.
May 7, 1958 The Sheepman
May 15, 1958 Gigi Co-production with Arthur Freed Productions
Winner of the Academy Award for Best Picture
May 16, 1958 The High Cost of Loving
June 6, 1958 The Law and Jake Wade
June 13, 1958 High School Confidential Co-production with Albert Zugsmith Productions
July 3, 1958 The Haunted Strangler Distribution only; made in the UK by Amalgamated Productions
July 3, 1958 Fiend Without a Face Distribution only; made in the UK by Amalgamated Productions
August 14, 1958 The Reluctant Debutante Co-production with Avon Productions
August 15, 1958 Tarzan's Fight for Life Distribution only; produced by Sol Lesser Productions
August 20, 1958 Imitation General
September 3, 1958 The Badlanders Co-production with Arcola Pictures Corporation
September 10, 1958 Dunkirk Distribution only; produced by Ealing Films
September 20, 1958 Cat on a Hot Tin Roof Co-production with Avon Productions
Nominated for Academy Award for Best Picture
October 10, 1958 The Decks Ran Red Co-production with Andrew L. Stone, Inc.
October 24, 1958 Torpedo Run
October 28, 1958 Party Girl Co-production with Euterpe
November 21, 1958 The Tunnel of Love Distribution only; produced by Fields Productions and Arwin Productions
December 17, 1958 The Doctor's Dilemma Distribution only; produced by Comet Film Productions
December 18, 1958 Some Came Running Co-production with Sol C. Siegel Productions
December 22, 1958 tom thumb Distribution only; produced by Galaxy Pictures and shot at MGM-British Studios
December 22, 1958 Andy Hardy Comes Home 16th, and final, entry in the Andy Hardy film series
Co-production with Fryman Enterprises
1959 Frontier Rangers Composed of episodes of the TV series Northwest Passage; only released theatrically overseas
February 19, 1959 The Journey Co-production with Alby Productions
February 27, 1959 First Man Into Space Distribution only; made by Amalgamated Productions
March 4, 1959 Night of the Quarter Moon Co-production with Albert Zugsmith Productions
March 11, 1959 Nowhere to Go Distribution only; produced in the UK by Ealing Films
March 19, 1959 Green Mansions
April 23, 1959 Count Your Blessings
April 29, 1959 The Mating Game
May 15, 1959 The Mysterians US distribution only; made in Japan by Toho and copyrighted in the US by RKO Teleradio Pictures
May 20, 1959 The World, the Flesh, and the Devil Co-production with Sol C. Siegel Productions and Harbel Productions
May 21, 1959 Ask Any Girl Co-production with Euterpe
July 1, 1959 Watusi
July 1, 1959 North by Northwest
July 3, 1959 The Beat Generation Co-production with Albert Zugsmith Productions; The film is now owned by Paramount Pictures via Melange Pictures LLC
July 29, 1959 The Angry Hills Distribution only; produced by Raymond Productions
August 6, 1959 The Scapegoat Distribution only; produced in the UK by Du Maurier-Guinness, Ltd.
August 26, 1959 For the First Time Co-production with Corona Filmproduktion and Orion Films
August 1959 The Big Operator Co-production with Albert Zugsmith Productions and Fryman Enterprises
September 4, 1959 It Started with a Kiss Co-production with Arcola Pictures Corporation
October 5, 1959 Girls Town Co-production with Albert Zugsmith Productions
October 23, 1959 Libel
October 29, 1959 The House of the Seven Hawks Distribution only; produced in the UK by Coronado Productions
October 1959 Tarzan, the Ape Man
November 6, 1959 The Wreck of the Mary Deare Co-production with Julian Blaustein Productions and Baroda Productions
November 18, 1959 Ben-Hur Winner of the Academy Award for Best Picture
Remake of the 1925 film
December 7, 1959 Never So Few Co-production with Canterbury Productions
December 18, 1959 The Gazebo Co-production with Avon Productions

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