List of Paramount Pictures films (1950–1959)

The following is a list of films originally produced and/or distributed theatrically by Paramount Pictures and released in the 1950s.

Release date Title Notes
January 5, 1950 The File on Thelma Jordon
February 2, 1950 Captain China produced by Pine-Thomas Productions
February 15, 1950 Paid in Full
February 21, 1950 No Man of Her Own
February 21, 1950 Captain Carey, U.S.A.
April 12, 1950 Riding High
May 30, 1950 The Eagle and the Hawk produced by Pine-Thomas Productions
June 9, 1950 The Lawless
July 4, 1950 My Friend Irma Goes West
July 19, 1950 Fancy Pants
August 10, 1950 Sunset Boulevard Starring Gloria Swanson as Norma Desmond. Nominated for 11 Academy Awards, including Best Picture.
August 16, 1950 The Furies
September 8, 1950 Union Station
October 3, 1950 Cassino to Korea
October 6, 1950 Dark City
October 10, 1950 Trio
October 18, 1950 September Affair
November 9, 1950 Tripoli produced by Pine-Thomas Productions
November 15, 1950 Copper Canyon
November 29, 1950 Let's Dance
December 8, 1950 Mr. Music
December 23, 1950 Branded
December 23, 1950 The Goldbergs
January 12, 1951 The Mating Season
January 17, 1951 At War with the Army
March 15, 1951 The Redhead and the Cowboy
March 15, 1951 Quebec
April 2, 1951 The Lemon Drop Kid distribution only; co-production with Hope Enterprises
April 4, 1951 The Last Outpost produced by Pine-Thomas Productions
April 7, 1951 The Great Missouri Raid
May 9, 1951 Appointment with Danger
May 30, 1951 Dear Brat
May 31, 1951 That's My Boy
June 29, 1951 Ace in the Hole
July 18, 1951 Peking Express
August 8, 1951 Darling, How Could You!
August 14, 1951 A Place in the Sun Nominee for the Academy Award for Best Picture
August 30, 1951 Passage West produced by Pine-Thomas Productions
August 1951 Warpath
September 20, 1951 Here Comes the Groom
September 27, 1951 Rhubarb
November 6, 1951 Detective Story
November 15, 1951 When Worlds Collide
November 1951 Red Mountain
December 1, 1951 Silver City
December 6, 1951 Crosswinds produced by Pine-Thomas Productions
December 25, 1951 My Favorite Spy
January 10, 1952 The Greatest Show on Earth Winner of the Academy Award for Best Picture
January 18, 1952 Submarine Command
January 12, 1952 Hong Kong produced by Pine-Thomas Productions
February 9, 1952 Sailor Beware
February 1952 Flaming Feather
March 7, 1952 Something to Live For
April 1, 1952 Aaron Slick from Punkin Crick
April 2, 1952 Encore
April 3, 1952 Anything Can Happen
April 8, 1952 My Son John
May 1, 1952 The Atomic City
May 16, 1952 Denver and Rio Grande
June 11, 1952 Jumping Jacks
July 14, 1952 Son of Paleface distribution only; produced by Hope Enterprises
July 17, 1952 Carrie
September 24, 1952 Somebody Loves Me
September 1952 The Savage
Caribbean Gold produced by Pine-Thomas Productions
Just for You
October 3, 1952 Hurricane Smith
November 14, 1952 The Turning Point
December 24, 1952 Come Back, Little Sheba
December 25, 1952 Road to Bali distribution only; produced by Hope Enterprises; The sixth of the Road films
December 31, 1952 The Stooge
December 1952 The Blazing Forest produced by Pine-Thomas Productions
January 1953 Tropic Zone
February 3, 1953 Thunder in the East
March 11, 1953 The Stars Are Singing
March 26, 1953 Off Limits
April 1, 1953 The Girls of Pleasure Island
April 22, 1953 Jamaica Run produced by Pine-Thomas Productions
April 23, 1953 Shane Nominee for the Academy Award for Best Picture
April 27, 1953 Scared Stiff
May 27, 1953 Sangaree produced by Pine-Thomas Productions; first film to use the 1953 logo
June 3, 1953 The Vanquished produced by Pine-Thomas Productions
June 5, 1953 Pony Express
June 6, 1953 Stalag 17
July 2, 1953 Houdini
August 3, 1953 Arrowhead
August 10, 1953 The Caddy
August 26, 1953 The War of the Worlds
September 2, 1953 Roman Holiday Nominee for the Academy Award for Best Picture
September 21, 1953 Little Boy Lost
October 7, 1953 Botany Bay
October 16, 1953 Those Redheads from Seattle produced by Pine-Thomas Productions
October 22, 1953 Here Come the Girls
November 21, 1953 Flight to Tangier
November 24, 1953 Cease Fire
November 28, 1953 Forever Female
December 31, 1953 Money from Home
January 27, 1954 Alaska Seas
February 12, 1954 Jivaro
March 3, 1954 The Naked Jungle
March 26, 1954 Red Garters
April 7, 1954 Casanova's Big Night
April 14, 1954 Knock on Wood
April 21, 1954 Elephant Walk
June 6, 1954 Secret of the Incas
July 23, 1954 Living It Up
August 3, 1954 About Mrs. Leslie
September 1, 1954 Rear Window distribution only; produced by Alfred J. Hitchcock Productions
October 14, 1954 White Christmas
October 15, 1954 Sabrina
December 22, 1954 3 Ring Circus
January 20, 1955 The Bridges at Toko-Ri
March 25, 1955 Strategic Air Command
March 30, 1955 Mambo
April 20, 1955 Conquest of Space
May 14, 1955 Run for Cover produced by Pine-Thomas Productions
May 17, 1955 The Country Girl Nominee for the Academy Award for Best Picture
May 20, 1955 The Far Horizons produced by Pine-Thomas Productions
June 23, 1955 The Seven Little Foys distribution only; produced by Hope Enterprises
June 27, 1955 Hell's Island produced by Pine-Thomas Productions
July 7, 1955 We're No Angels
July 20, 1955 You're Never Too Young
August 3, 1955 To Catch a Thief directed by Alfred Hitchcock
September 1955 The Girl Rush
October 3, 1955 The Trouble with Harry distribution only; produced by Alfred J. Hitchcock Productions
October 5, 1955 The Desperate Hours
October 20, 1955 Lucy Gallant produced by Pine-Thomas Productions
October 1955 Ulysses distribution only; produced by Lux Film, Producciones Ponti-de Laurentiis and Zénith Films
November 7, 1955 Artists and Models
December 12, 1955 The Rose Tattoo Nominee for the Academy Award for Best Picture
January 27, 1956 The Court Jester
April 22, 1956 The Birds and the Bees
April 1956 Anything Goes
The Scarlet Hour
June 1, 1956 The Man Who Knew Too Much distribution only; produced by Filwite Productions
June 4, 1956 That Certain Feeling
June 6, 1956 The Leather Saint
June 13, 1956 The Proud and Profane
July 17, 1956 Godzilla, King of the Monsters! Released in Spain
August 1, 1956 Pardners
August 21, 1956 War and Peace
August 29, 1956 The Vagabond King
October 1, 1956 The Search for Bridey Murphy
October 5, 1956 The Ten Commandments Nominee for the Academy Award for Best Picture. A remake of the 1923 film, in VistaVision. Annually broadcast by the ABC television network in the United States since 1973, traditionally the evening before Easter Sunday.
November 14, 1956 The Mountain
December 6, 1956 Hollywood or Bust 16th and final Martin and Lewis comedy film.
December 13, 1956 The Rainmaker
February 9, 1957 Three Violent People
February 13, 1957 Funny Face
March 20, 1957 Fear Strikes Out
May 30, 1957 Gunfight at the O.K. Corral
May 1957 The Buster Keaton Story
June 6, 1957 The Delicate Delinquent
June 7, 1957 Beau James
July 9, 1957 Loving You
August 23, 1957 Omar Khayyam
September 26, 1957 The Joker Is Wild
September 1957 Short Cut to Hell
October 4, 1957 The Devil's Hairpin
October 16, 1957 Mister Rock and Roll
October 23, 1957 The Tin Star
October 25, 1957 Spanish Affair
October 1957 Hear Me Good
November 5, 1957 Stowaway Girl
November 10, 1957 The Lonely Man
November 13, 1957 Zero Hour! Theatrical distribution, co-production with Bartlett-Champion Productions, Carmel Productions and Delta Enterprises Inc.
November 27, 1957 The Sad Sack
December 11, 1957 Wild Is the Wind
January 1958 High Hell
March 12, 1958 Desire Under the Elms
March 1958 Country Music Holiday
April 1, 1958 Teacher's Pet
April 7, 1958 St. Louis Blues
May 2, 1958 Another Time, Another Place
May 9, 1958 Vertigo distribution only; produced by Alfred J. Hitchcook Productions
May 21, 1958 Maracaibo
June 1958 The Space Children
Hot Spell
July 2, 1958 King Creole
July 23, 1958 Rock-A-Bye Baby
August 12, 1958 The Matchmaker
September 12, 1958 The Blob distribution only
September 1958 As Young as We Are
The Party Crashers
October 1958 I Married a Monster from Outer Space
November 1, 1958 When Hell Broke Loose
November 2, 1958 The Geisha Boy
November 19, 1958 Houseboat
The Colossus of New York
December 1, 1958 The Buccaneer A remake of the 1936 version; filmed in Technicolor and VistaVision.
December 1958 The Hot Angel
January 28, 1959 The Trap
February 12, 1959 The Black Orchid
February 1959 The Young Captives
Tokyo After Dark
March 26, 1959 Tempest
April 8, 1959 Thunder in the Sun
June 16, 1959 Don't Give Up the Ship
June 17, 1959 The Hangman
June 18, 1959 The Five Pennies
June 1959 The Man Who Could Cheat Death
July 8, 1959 Tarzan's Greatest Adventure distribution only; produced by Solar Film Productions
July 29, 1959 Last Train from Gun Hill
August 19, 1959 But Not for Me
September 11, 1959 That Kind of Woman
October 8, 1959 Career
October 15, 1959 The Jayhawkers!
December 11, 1959 Li'l Abner Based on the comic strip of the same name

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