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List of United Artists films

United Artists (UA) is an American film and television entertainment studio founded in 1919 by D. W. Griffith, Charlie Chaplin, Mary Pickford, and Douglas Fairbanks. This is a list of feature films originally produced or distributed by United Artists.

All of United Artists' films released before 1924 are in the public domain in the United States.

1910s

 
Offices of United Artists in Boston (1919)
Release date Title Notes
May 13, 1919 Broken Blossoms Originally made for Famous Players, bought by United Artists
September 1, 1919 His Majesty, the American First United Artists production
December 28, 1919 When the Clouds Roll By

1920s

Release date Title Notes
January 18, 1920 Polyanna[N 1]
January 27, 1920 Suds[N 1]
April 25, 1920 Down on the Farm
May 16, 1920 Romance
June 13, 1920 The Mollycoddle
August 22, 1920 The Love Flower
September 3, 1920 Way Down East
December 5, 1920 The Mark of Zorro
January 9, 1921 The Love Light[N 1]
March 6, 1921 The Nut
April 12, 1921 Dream Street
May 5, 1921 Through the Back Door[N 1]
August 21, 1921 Disraeli
August 28, 1921 The Three Musketeers
September 15, 1921 Little Lord Fauntleroy[N 1]
October 9, 1921 J'accuse
October 30, 1921 The Iron Trail
December 28, 1921 Orphans of the Storm
January 22, 1922 The Ruling Passion
February 12, 1922 A Doll's House
March 19, 1922 Fair Lady
April 23, 1922 The Glorious Adventure
August 5, 1922 A Tailor-Made Man
August 27, 1922 The Three Must-Get-Theres
October 1, 1922 The Man Who Played God
October 2, 1922 One Exciting Night
October 18, 1922 Robin Hood
November 12, 1922 Tess of the Storm Country[N 1]
February 15, 1923 The Girl I Loved
March 5, 1923 The Shriek of Araby
May 21, 1923 The White Rose
September 3, 1923 Rosita[N 1]
October 1, 1923 A Woman of Paris[N 2]
February 21, 1924 America Produced by D. W. Griffith, Inc.
March 23, 1924 The Thief of Bagdad
May 25, 1924 Dorothy Vernon of Haddon Hall[N 1]
December 5, 1924 Isn't Life Wonderful
February 15, 1925 The Salvation Hunters
April 14, 1925 Waking Up the Town[N 1]
June 15, 1925 Don Q, Son of Zorro
June 26, 1925 The Gold Rush[N 3][N 2]
July 6, 1925 Wild Justice
August 2, 1925 Sally of the Sawdust
October 18, 1925 Little Annie Rooney[N 1]
November 8, 1925 The Eagle
November 16, 1925 Stella Dallas[N 4] distribution only; produced by Samuel Goldwyn Productions
December 27, 1925 Tumbleweeds
1926 A Woman of the Sea
February 15, 1926 Partners Again[N 4] distribution only; produced by Samuel Goldwyn Productions
March 8, 1926 The Black Pirate
March 14, 1926 The Bat
September 5, 1926 The Son of the Sheik
September 19, 1926 Sparrows
October 14, 1926 The Winning of Barbara Worth[N 4] distribution only; produced by Samuel Goldwyn Productions
January 27, 1927 The Night of Love[N 4] distribution only; produced by Samuel Goldwyn Productions
February 5, 1927 The General
March 11, 1927 The Love of Sunya
March 12, 1927 The Beloved Rogue
March 19, 1927 Resurrection
July 24, 1927 Topsy and Eva
September 10, 1927 College
September 18, 1927 The Magic Flame[N 4] distribution only; produced by Samuel Goldwyn Productions
September 23, 1927 Two Arabian Knights
October 31, 1927 My Best Girl
November 3, 1927 The Devil Dancer[N 4] distribution only; produced by Samuel Goldwyn Productions
November 21, 1927 The Gaucho
December 2, 1927 Sorrell and Son
December 31, 1927 The Dove
January 6, 1928 The Circus[N 2]
January 7, 1928 Sadie Thompson
January 24, 1928 Drums of Love
February 4, 1928 The Garden of Eden
March 23, 1928 Two Lovers[N 4] distribution only; produced by Samuel Goldwyn Productions
May 14, 1928 Ramona
May 20, 1928 Steamboat Bill, Jr.
May 27, 1928 Tempest
September 1928 The Woman Disputed
October 1928 Revenge
October 12, 1928 The Battle of the Sexes
November 17, 1928 The Awakening[N 4] distribution only; produced by Samuel Goldwyn Productions
January 12, 1929 The Rescue[N 4] distribution only; produced by Samuel Goldwyn Productions
January 22, 1929 Lady of the Pavements
February 21, 1929 The Iron Mask
April 6, 1929 Coquette
April 20, 1929 Alibi Distribution only; produced by Feature Productions
Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture
May 2, 1929 Bulldog Drummond[N 4]
May 11, 1929 Eternal Love
June 1, 1929 The Three Passions
June 8, 1929 She Goes to War
June 22, 1929 This Is Heaven[N 4] distribution only; produced by Samuel Goldwyn Productions
August 24, 1929 Evangeline
September 15, 1929 Three Live Ghosts
October 12, 1929 Vénus
November 3, 1929 Condemned[N 4] distribution only; produced by Samuel Goldwyn Productions
November 11, 1929 The Trespasser
November 16, 1929 The Locked Door
November 30, 1929 The Taming of the Shrew[N 1]
December 28, 1929 New York Nights

1930s

Release date Title Notes
January 18, 1930 Lummox
February 8, 1930 Be Yourself
March 1, 1930 Puttin' On the Ritz
March 15, 1930 Hell Harbor
May 3, 1930 The Bad One
May 3, 1930 One Romantic Night[N 5]
July 24, 1930 Raffles[N 4] distribution only; produced by Samuel Goldwyn Productions
August 30, 1930 The Eyes of the World
September 13, 1930 What a Widow!
October 5, 1930 Whoopee![N 4] distribution only; produced by Samuel Goldwyn Productions
October 11, 1930 Du Barry, Woman of Passion
November 8, 1930 Abraham Lincoln[N 3] distribution only; produced by Feature Productions; directed by D. W. Griffith
November 13, 1930 The Bat Whispers
November 15, 1930 Hell's Angels[N 6]
November 28, 1930 The Lottery Bride
December 20, 1930 The Devil to Pay![N 4] distribution only; produced by Samuel Goldwyn Productions
December 20, 1930 Reaching for the Moon
January 14, 1931 One Heavenly Night[N 4] distribution only; produced by Samuel Goldwyn Productions
January 30, 1931 City Lights[N 2]
March 14, 1931 Kiki[N 1]
April 4, 1931 The Front Page Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
May 16, 1931 Indiscreet Directed by D. W. Griffith, his last film
September 5, 1931 Street Scene[N 4] distribution only; produced by Samuel Goldwyn Productions
October 3, 1931 Palmy Days[N 4] distribution only; produced by Samuel Goldwyn Productions
October 17, 1931 The Age for Love distribution only; produced by The Caddo Company
October 28, 1931 The Unholy Garden[N 4] distribution only; produced by Samuel Goldwyn Productions
November 28, 1931 Corsair
December 10, 1931 The Struggle
December 12, 1931 Around the World in 80 Minutes with Douglas Fairbanks
December 17, 1931 Tonight or Never[N 4] distribution only; produced by Samuel Goldwyn Productions
December 26, 1931 Arrowsmith[N 4] distribution only; produced by Samuel Goldwyn Productions
Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
January 23, 1932 Cock of the Air
February 13, 1932 The Greeks Had a Word for Them[N 4] distribution only; produced by Samuel Goldwyn Productions
March 12, 1932 Sky Devils
April 9, 1932 Scarface[N 6]
April 16, 1932 The Silver Lining
April 25, 1932 Der Kongress tanzt
May 11, 1932 Congress Dances
August 4, 1932 White Zombie
August 19, 1932 Mr. Robinson Crusoe
October 12, 1932 Rain[N 3]
November 2, 1932 Magic Night
November 17, 1932 The Kid from Spain[N 4] distribution only; produced by Samuel Goldwyn Productions
December 24, 1932 Cynara[N 4] distribution only; produced by Samuel Goldwyn Productions
February 3, 1933 Hallelujah, I'm a Bum
March 11, 1933 Perfect Understanding
March 16, 1933 Secrets
May 19, 1933 I Cover the Waterfront Produced by Edward Small
June 28, 1933 Samarang
August 25, 1933 Bitter Sweet
September 3, 1933 The Masquerade[N 4] distribution only; produced by Samuel Goldwyn Productions
September 21, 1933 The Private Life of Henry VIII[N 3] distribution only; produced by London Films Productions
Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
September 29, 1933 The Emperor Jones
October 7, 1933 The Bowery[N 7] distribution only; produced by Twentieth Century Pictures
November 2, 1933 Broadway Through a Keyhole[N 7] distribution only; produced by Twentieth Century Pictures
November 17, 1933 Blood Money[N 7] distribution only; produced by Twentieth Century Pictures
December 1, 1933 Advice to the Lovelorn[N 7] distribution only; produced by Twentieth Century Pictures
December 29, 1933 Roman Scandals[N 4] distribution only; produced by Samuel Goldwyn Productions
January 5, 1934 Gallant Lady
January 19, 1934 Moulin Rouge
January 26, 1934 Palooka Produced by Edward Small
February 1, 1934 Nana[N 4] distribution only; produced by Samuel Goldwyn Productions
February 9, 1934 The Rise of Catherine the Great produced by London Films Productions
March 29, 1934 Looking for Trouble[N 7] distribution only; produced by Twentieth Century Pictures
April 7, 1934 The House of Rothschild[N 7] Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture. distribution only; produced by Twentieth Century Pictures
April 28, 1934 The Last Gentleman[N 7] distribution only; produced by Twentieth Century Pictures
May 18, 1934 Born to Be Bad[N 7] distribution only; produced by Twentieth Century Pictures
May 29, 1934 Sorrell and Son
August 15, 1934 Bulldog Drummond Strikes Back[N 7] distribution only; produced by Twentieth Century Pictures
August 24, 1934 The Affairs of Cellini[N 7] distribution only; produced by Twentieth Century Pictures
September 7, 1934 The Count of Monte Cristo[N 8] Produced by Edward Small
October 2, 1934 Our Daily Bread
November 1, 1934 We Live Again[N 4] distribution only; produced by Samuel Goldwyn Productions
November 2, 1934 Transatlantic Merry-Go-Round [N 8] Produced by Edward Small
November 10, 1934 Kid Millions[N 4] distribution only; produced by Samuel Goldwyn Productions
November 30, 1934 The Private Life of Don Juan distribution only; produced by London Films Productions
December 21, 1934 The Queen's Affair
December 23, 1934 Don Quixote
December 23, 1934 The Mighty Barnum[N 7] distribution only; produced by Twentieth Century Pictures
January 25, 1935 Clive of India[N 7] distribution only; produced by Twentieth Century Pictures
February 7, 1935 The Scarlet Pimpernel produced by London Films Productions
February 22, 1935 Folies Bergère de Paris[N 7] distribution only; produced by Twentieth Century Pictures
March 8, 1935 The Wedding Night[N 4] distribution only; produced by Samuel Goldwyn Productions
April 20, 1935 Les Misérables[N 7] Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture. distribution only, produced by Twentieth Century Pictures
April 28, 1935 Cardinal Richelieu[N 7] distribution only; produced by Twentieth Century Pictures
May 17, 1935 Let 'Em Have It[N 8]
May 24, 1935 Escape Me Never
June 19, 1935 Nell Gwyn distribution only; Herbert Wilcox Productions (for) British & Dominions
June 26, 1935 Sanders of the River produced by London Films Productions
August 9, 1935 The Call of the Wild[N 7] distribution only; produced by Twentieth Century Pictures
September 8, 1935 The Dark Angel[N 4] distribution only; produced by Samuel Goldwyn Productions
September 12, 1935 Red Salute[N 8] Produced by Edward Small
October 13, 1935 Barbary Coast[N 4] distribution only; produced by Samuel Goldwyn Productions
November 7, 1935 The Melody Lingers On[N 8] Produced by Edward Small
November 22, 1935 Splendor[N 4] distribution only; produced by Samuel Goldwyn Productions
January 9, 1936 Mimi
January 24, 1936 Strike Me Pink[N 4] distribution only; produced by Samuel Goldwyn Productions
February 7, 1936 The Ghost Goes West produced by London Films Productions
February 25, 1936 Modern Times[N 2]
March 18, 1936 These Three[N 4] distribution only; produced by Samuel Goldwyn Productions
April 2, 1936 Little Lord Fauntleroy[N 3] distribution only; produced by Selznick International Pictures
April 17, 1936 Things to Come produced by London Films Productions
April 27, 1936 The Amateur Gentleman distribution only; produced by Criterion Film Productions
May 13, 1936 One Rainy Afternoon[N 1]
July 1, 1936 Moscow Nights produced by London Films Productions
September 2, 1936 The Last of the Mohicans[N 8] Produced by Edward Small
September 23, 1936 Dodsworth[N 4] distribution only; produced by Samuel Goldwyn Productions
Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
October 2, 1936 The Gay Desperado[N 1]
November 6, 1936 Come and Get It[N 4] distribution only; produced by Samuel Goldwyn Productions
November 19, 1936 The Garden of Allah[N 9] distribution only; produced by Selznick International Pictures
December 17, 1936 Accused distribution only; produced by Criterion Film Productions
December 25, 1936 Rembrandt produced by London Films Productions
December 25, 1936 Beloved Enemy[N 4] distribution only; produced by Samuel Goldwyn Productions
January 18, 1937 Men Are Not Gods produced by London Films Productions
January 29, 1937 You Only Live Once[N 10]
February 19, 1937 The Man Who Could Work Miracles produced by London Films Productions
February 25, 1937 Storm in a Teacup produced by London Films Productions
March 5, 1937 Fire Over England produced by London Films Productions
March 5, 1937 History Is Made at Night[N 10] produced by Walter Wanger Productions
April 5, 1937 Elephant Boy produced by London Films Productions
April 18, 1937 A Night of Terror
April 27, 1937 A Star Is Born[N 3] Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture. distribution only; produced by Selznick International Pictures
May 7, 1937 Woman Chases Man[N 4] distribution only; produced by Samuel Goldwyn Productions
May 19, 1937 Dreaming Lips
June 14, 1937 When Thief Meets Thief
July 2, 1937 Dark Journey
July 23, 1937 Knight Without Armor produced by London Films Productions
August 6, 1937 Stella Dallas[N 4] distribution only; produced by Samuel Goldwyn Productions
August 27, 1937 Dead End[N 4] distribution only; produced by Samuel Goldwyn Productions
Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
September 3, 1937 The Prisoner of Zenda[N 5] distribution only; produced by Selznick International Pictures
October 29, 1937 Stand-In[N 10]
November 9, 1937 The Hurricane distribution only; produced by Samuel Goldwyn Productions
November 11, 1937 Murder on Diamond Row produced by London Films Productions
November 19, 1937 52nd Street[N 10]
November 25, 1937 Nothing Sacred[N 3] distribution only; produced by Selznick International Pictures
January 14, 1938 Action for Slander distribution only; produced by London Film Productions
January 14, 1938 I Met My Love Again
January 15, 1938 The Divorce of Lady X produced by London Films Productions
February 4, 1938 The Goldwyn Follies[N 4] distribution only; produced by Samuel Goldwyn Productions
February 11, 1938 The Adventures of Tom Sawyer[N 11] distribution only; produced by Selznick International Pictures
March 18, 1938 Gaiety Girls produced by London Films Productions
April 10, 1938 Return of the Scarlet Pimpernel produced by London Films Productions
April 15, 1938 The Adventures of Marco Polo[N 4] distribution only; produced by Samuel Goldwyn Productions
April 25, 1938 Troopship produced by London Films Productions
May 9, 1938 Moonlight Sonata
June 17, 1938 Blockade[N 10]
August 1, 1938 South Riding
August 5, 1938 Algiers distribution only; produced by Walter Wanger Productions
August 7, 1938 Vogues of 1938[N 10]
September 9, 1938 Dreamers of Glory
September 29, 1938 The Drum produced by Alexander Korda
October 14, 1938 There Goes My Heart[N 12]
November 3, 1938 The Young in Heart[N 9] distribution only; produced by Selznick International Pictures
November 17, 1938 The Cowboy and the Lady[N 4] distribution only; produced by Samuel Goldwyn Productions
December 28, 1938 Trade Winds[N 10]
December 29, 1938 The Duke of West Point[N 8] Produced by Edward Small
January 12, 1939 Topper Takes a Trip[N 12] produced by Hal Roach
February 10, 1939 Made for Each Other distribution only; produced by Selznick International Pictures
February 17, 1939 King of the Turf[N 8] Produced by Edward Small
March 2, 1939 Stagecoach[N 10] distribution only; produced by Walter Wanger Productions
Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
April 7, 1939 Wuthering Heights[N 4] distribution only; produced by Samuel Goldwyn Productions
Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
April 9, 1939 Prison Without Bars produced by London Films Productions
April 21, 1939 Zenobia produced by Hal Roach
May 26, 1939 Captain Fury[N 12] produced by Hal Roach
July 13, 1939 The Man in the Iron Mask[N 8] Produced by Edward Small
July 28, 1939 Winter Carnival[N 10]
August 3, 1939 The Four Feathers produced by London Films Productions
August 18, 1939 They Shall Have Music[N 4] distribution only; produced by Samuel Goldwyn Productions
September 22, 1939 Intermezzo distribution only; produced by Selznick International Pictures
September 29, 1939 The Real Glory[N 4] distribution only; produced by Samuel Goldwyn Productions
October 7, 1939 Eternally Yours[N 10]
October 26, 1939 The Housekeeper's Daughter[N 12]
December 22, 1939 Slightly Honorable
December 29, 1939 Raffles[N 4] distribution only; produced by Samuel Goldwyn Productions
December 30, 1939 Of Mice and Men Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture.

1940s

Release date Title Notes
January 19, 1940 The Lion Has Wings produced by London Films Productions
February 16, 1940 A Chump at Oxford[N 12] produced by Hal Roach
March 1, 1940 The House Across the Bay
March 22, 1940 My Son, My Son![N 8] distribution only Produced by Edward Small
March 29, 1940 Over the Moon produced by London Films Productions
April 5, 1940 One Million B.C.[N 12] produced by Hal Roach
May 3, 1940 Saps at Sea[N 12] produced by Hal Roach
May 17, 1940 Turnabout[N 12] produced by Hal Roach
May 20, 1940 Conquest of the Air produced by London Films Productions
May 24, 1940 Our Town distribution only; produced by Sol Lesser
April 12, 1940 Rebecca[N 9] Winner of the Academy Award for Best Picture. distribution only; produced by Selznick International Pictures
July 19, 1940 South of Pago Pago[N 8] Produced by Edward Small. distribution only
August 9, 1940 Captain Caution[N 12] produced by Hal Roach
August 16, 1940 Foreign Correspondent[N 10] distributor only; produced by Walter Wanger
Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
August 30, 1940 Kit Carson[N 8] Produced by Edward Small, distribution only
September 13, 1940 Pastor Hall
September 20, 1940 The Westerner[N 4] distribution only; produced by Samuel Goldwyn Productions
November 11, 1940 The Long Voyage Home[N 10] distributor only; produced by Argosy Pictures.
Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
November 29, 1940 Contraband[N 13] distributor only; produced by British National Films Company
December 25, 1940 The Thief of Bagdad distribution only; produced by London Films Productions
January 10, 1941 The Son of Monte Cristo[N 8] Produced by Edward Small, distribution only
February 18, 1941 Road Show[N 12]
February 21, 1941 Cheers for Miss Bishop[N 13]
February 27, 1941 So Ends Our Night
March 7, 1941 The Great Dictator[N 2] distributor only; Charles Chaplin Film Corporation
Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
March 21, 1941 Topper Returns[N 12] produced by Hal Roach
April 3, 1941 Pot o' Gold distribution only
April 20, 1941 That Uncertain Feeling distributor only; an Ernst Lubitsch/Sol Lesser Productions
April 30, 1941 That Hamilton Woman produced by Alexander Korda Films, Inc[1]
May 14, 1941 Major Barbara distributor only; Gabriel Pascal Productions
June 13, 1941 Broadway Limited[N 12] produced by Hal Roach
June 23, 1941 Kukan
July 4, 1941 Sailors Three
September 10, 1941 New Wine
September 12, 1941 Tanks a Million[N 12] produced by Hal Roach
September 25, 1941 Lydia distribution only, produced by London Films Productions
October 16, 1941 International Lady[N 8] Produced by Edward Small, distribution only
October 17, 1941 Niagara Falls[N 12] produced by Hal Roach
October 31, 1941 Sundown
October 31, 1941 All-American Co-Ed[N 12]
November 14, 1941 Miss Polly[N 12] produced by Hal Roach
November 28, 1941 The Corsican Brothers[N 8] Produced by Edward Small, distribution only
November 28, 1941 Fiesta[N 12] produced by Hal Roach
December 25, 1941 The Shanghai Gesture[N 14]
January 2, 1942 Hay Foot[N 12] produced by Hal Roach
January 31, 1942 Brooklyn Orchid[N 12] produced by Hal Roach
February 12, 1942 Pimpernel Smith[N 13] U.S. distribution by Produced by Edward Small only; produced by British National Films
March 6, 1942 To Be or Not to Be[N 10] distributor only; Romaine Film Corp.[2]
March 13, 1942 Dudes Are Pretty People[N 12] produced by Hal Roach
April 3, 1942 Rudyard Kipling's Jungle Book distribution only;[N 15] produced by Alexander Korda Films, Inc.[3]
April 16, 1942 About Face[N 12] distribution only; produced by Hal Roach Studios
April 16, 1942 A Gentleman After Dark[N 8]
April 30, 1942 Twin Beds[N 8] Produced by Edward Small, distribution only
May 22, 1942 Flying with Music[N 12]
May 23, 1942 Ships with Wings[N 16]
May 29, 1942 Miss Annie Rooney[N 8] Produced by Edward Small, distribution only
June 21, 1942 Friendly Enemies[N 8] Produced by Edward Small
October 16, 1942 One of Our Aircraft Is Missing[N 13] U.S. distribution only;[4] British National Films production
October 22, 1942 The Devil with Hitler[N 12] produced by Hal Roach
October 23, 1942 Undercover Man[N 17] Hopalong Cassidy film produced by Harry Sherman
October 27, 1942 The Moon and Sixpence Distribution only; A David L. Loew-Albert Lewin, Inc. production.[5]
October 30, 1942 I Married a Witch[N 10] Sold to UA for release.[6] Co-production with Paramount Pictures and Cinema Guild Productions
November 13, 1942 Silver Queen
November 20, 1942 Fall In[N 12] produced by Hal Roach
November 27, 1942 Jacare
December 11, 1942 American Empire
December 18, 1942 Lost Canyon[N 17] Hopalong Cassidy film produced by Harry Sherman
December 23, 1942 In Which We Serve U.S. distribution only; A Two Cities Films production.[7] Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
December 31, 1942 The McGuerins from Brooklyn[N 12]
January 15, 1943 The Powers Girl
January 22, 1943 The Crystal Ball[N 10] Co-production with Paramount Pictures
January 29, 1943 Calaboose[N 12]
February 5, 1943 Young and Willing distribution only
February 5, 1943 The Outlaw distribution only
March 12, 1943 Hoppy Serves a Writ[N 17] Hopalong Cassidy film produced by Harry Sherman
April 2, 1943 Border Patrol[N 17] Hopalong Cassidy film produced by Harry Sherman
April 15, 1943 Hangmen Also Die![N 18]
April 16, 1943 Taxi, Mister produced by Hal Roach
May 1, 1943 Lady of Burlesque
May 14, 1943 Buckskin Frontier
May 21, 1943 Prairie Chickens[N 12] produced by Hal Roach
May 28, 1943 The Leather Burners[N 17] Hopalong Cassidy film produced by Harry Sherman
May 28, 1943 Nazty Nuisance[N 12] produced by Hal Roach
June 18, 1943 Colt Comrades[N 17] Hopalong Cassidy film produced by Harry Sherman
June 24, 1943 Stage Door Canteen
June 29, 1943 Yanks Ahoy[N 12] produced by Hal Roach
July 11, 1943 The Foreman Went to France
July 17, 1943 Victory Through Air Power distribution only; produced by Walt Disney Productions
August 2, 1943 Hi Diddle Diddle
September 3, 1943 Johnny Come Lately[N 13] distribution only; produced by William Cagney Productions
September 10, 1943 The Kansan
October 1, 1943 Bar 20[N 17] Hopalong Cassidy film produced by Harry Sherman
November 5, 1943 False Colors[N 17] Hopalong Cassidy film produced by Harry Sherman
December 3, 1943 Riders of the Deadline[N 17] Hopalong Cassidy film produced by Harry Sherman
December 24, 1943 Jack London
December 30, 1943 Three Russian Girls
December 31, 1943 The Woman of the Town
February 8, 1944 Texas Masquerade[N 17] Hopalong Cassidy film produced by Harry Sherman
February 11, 1944 The Bridge of San Luis Rey Produced by Benedict Bogeaus
March 3, 1944 Voice in the Wind[N 18]
March 17, 1944 Knickerbocker Holiday
April 7, 1944 Up in Mabel's Room[N 8] Produced by Edward Small
April 28, 1944 Lumberjack[N 17] Hopalong Cassidy film produced by Harry Sherman
May 28, 1944 It Happened Tomorrow[N 18]
May 31, 1944 Mystery Man[N 17] Hopalong Cassidy film produced by Harry Sherman, distribution only
June 21, 1944 Song of the Open Road[N 13]
June 23, 1944 Forty Thieves[N 17] Hopalong Cassidy film produced by Harry Sherman
June 30, 1944 Sensations of 1945[N 13]
July 2, 1944 The Hairy Ape
July 14, 1944 Summer Storm
July 20, 1944 Since You Went Away[N 9] Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture. distribution only; produced by Selznick International Pictures
August 4, 1944 Abroad with Two Yanks[N 8] distribution only; produced by Edward Small Productions
November 21, 1944 Dark Waters[N 14] Produced by Benedict Bogeaus
November 23, 1944 Three Is a Family
December 8, 1944 Guest in the House
December 29, 1944 Tomorrow, the World
January 5, 1945 I'll Be Seeing You[N 9] distribution only; produced by Selznick International Pictures
January 6, 1945 Mr. Emmanuel
March 31, 1945 Delightfully Dangerous
April 7, 1945 Brewster's Millions[N 8] Produced by Edward Small
April 21, 1945 It's in the Bag![N 13] distribution only; produced by Manhattan Productions
April 26, 1945 Blood on the Sun[N 3][N 13]
April 30, 1945 The Southerner
May 4, 1945 The Life and Death of Colonel Blimp
May 25, 1945 The Great John L.
June 22, 1945 Bedside Manner[N 13]
July 13, 1945 The Story of G.I. Joe
July 27, 1945 Guest Wife[N 13] distribution only; produced by Greentree Productions
October 3, 1945 Blithe Spirit
October 12, 1945 Love on the Dole
October 17, 1945 Paris Underground
October 31, 1945 Spellbound[N 9] Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture. distribution only; produced by Selznick International Pictures
November 15, 1945 The Way to the Stars
November 22, 1945 Captain Kidd Produced by Benedict Bogeaus, distribution only
November 30, 1945 Getting Gertie's Garter[N 8] distribution only; produced by Edward Small Productions
January 11, 1946 Abilene Town distribution only; produced by Guild Productions
January 25, 1946 Whistle Stop distribution only
February 15, 1946 The Diary of a Chambermaid[N 13] Produced by Benedict Bogeaus, distribution only
February 26, 1946 Breakfast in Hollywood
March 1, 1946 Young Widow
May 10, 1946 A Night in Casablanca[N 10]
June 17, 1946 Henry V Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture; distribution only.
July 19, 1946 A Scandal in Paris[N 18]
August 2, 1946 Mr. Ace[N 14] Produced by Benedict Bogeaus
September 6, 1946 The Bachelor's Daughters
September 6, 1946 Caesar and Cleopatra US distribution only; produced by Eagle-Lion Films
September 20, 1946 Angel on My Shoulder
October 20, 1946 Little Iodine[N 1]
October 25, 1946 The Strange Woman distribution only
November 15, 1946 The Devil's Playground[N 17] Hopalong Cassidy film produced by William Boyd
November 17, 1946 The Chase distribution only
December 13, 1946 Susie Steps Out[N 1]
December 27, 1946 Abie's Irish Rose[N 18] distribution only; produced by Bing Crosby Producers
January 31, 1947 Fool's Gold[N 17] Hopalong Cassidy film produced by William Boyd
February 21, 1947 The Fabulous Dorseys
February 28, 1947 Carnegie Hall[N 18]
March 16, 1947 The Red House distribution only
March 28, 1947 Unexpected Guest[N 17] Hopalong Cassidy film produced by William Boyd
April 4, 1947 The Sin of Harold Diddlebock
April 11, 1947 Monsieur Verdoux[N 2]
April 18, 1947 New Orleans[N 18]
April 20, 1947 The Macomber Affair Produced by Benedict Bogeaus
April 25, 1947 The Private Affairs of Bel Ami
May 2, 1947 Ramrod[N 13] distribution only; produced by The Enterprise Studios
May 9, 1947 The Adventures of Don Coyote[N 1] Produced by Comet Productions
May 14, 1947 The Other Love[N 13] distribution only; produced by The Enterprise Studios
May 15, 1947 Fun on a Weekend[N 18] distribution only
May 16, 1947 Dishonored Lady distribution only
May 23, 1947 Dangerous Venture[N 17]
May 30, 1947 Copacabana[N 13] distribution only; produced by Beacon Productions
June 21, 1947 Stork Bites Man[N 1]
July 1, 1947 The Marauders[N 17] Hopalong Cassidy film produced by William Boyd
July 18, 1947 Hoppy's Holiday[N 17] Hopalong Cassidy film produced by William Boyd
August 23, 1947 Curley[N 12] produced by Hal Roach
August 29, 1947 The Hal Roach Comedy Carnival[N 12] produced by Hal Roach
August 29, 1947 The Fabulous Joe[N 12] produced by Hal Roach
August 30, 1947 The Roosevelt Story
September 5, 1947 Lured[N 18]
September 12, 1947 Heaven Only Knows[N 18]
October 31, 1947 Christmas Eve[N 13] Produced by Benedict Bogeaus
November 9, 1947 Body and Soul[N 13] distribution only; produced by The Enterprise Studios
December 6, 1947 Intrigue[N 13]
December 31, 1947 The Paradine Case
January 1948 Fanny by Gaslight
February 3, 1948 On Our Merry Way Produced by Benedict Bogeaus, distribution only
March 6, 1948 Arch of Triumph[N 13] distribution only; produced by The Enterprise Studios
March 14, 1948 The Angry God
March 15, 1948 Here Comes Trouble[N 12]
March 16, 1948 Sleep, My Love[N 13]
March 19, 1948 Silent Conflict[N 17] Hopalong Cassidy film produced by William Boyd
April 9, 1948 Who Killed Doc Robbin[N 12] produced by Hal Roach
April 30, 1948 The Dead Don't Dream[N 17] Hopalong Cassidy film produced by William Boyd
June 11, 1948 Sinister Journey[N 17] Hopalong Cassidy film produced by William Boyd
June 1948 So This Is New York[N 13] distribution only; produced by The Enterprise Studios
July 16, 1948 Texas, Brooklyn and Heaven
July 21, 1948 The Vicious Circle
July 23, 1948 Borrowed Trouble[N 17] Hopalong Cassidy film produced by William Boyd
August 3, 1948 Four Faces West[N 13] distribution only; produced by The Enterprise Studios
August 24, 1948 Pitfall distribution only
September 3, 1948 The Time of Your Life[N 13]
September 10, 1948 False Paradise[N 17] Hopalong Cassidy film produced by William Boyd
September 17, 1948 Red River
September 24, 1948 Urubu[N 13]
October 8, 1948 Strange Gamble[N 17] Hopalong Cassidy film produced by William Boyd
October 15, 1948 An Innocent Affair
November 5, 1948 My Dear Secretary
November 19, 1948 High Fury
December 15, 1948 The Valiant Hombre
January 1949 Siren of Atlantis
February 25, 1949 Cover Up
March 11, 1949 Jigsaw distribution only
April 1, 1949 Impact distribution only
April 22, 1949 The Crooked Way Produced by Benedict Bogeaus, distribution only
May 2, 1949 Outpost in Morocco
May 12, 1949 Home of the Brave[N 13] Produced by Stanley Kramer
May 13, 1949 The Gay Amigo
May 20, 1949 Champion [N 13] Produced by Stanley Kramer, distribution only
May 26, 1949 The Lucky Stiff
May 27, 1949 Africa Screams[N 3][N 8] distribution only
June 14, 1949 The Daring Caballero
August 13, 1949 Too Late for Tears
August 19, 1949 Black Magic[N 8] Produced by Edward Small
September 30, 1949 Red Light
October 5, 1949 Under the Sun of Rome
October 7, 1949 Satan's Cradle
October 26, 1949 Without Honor
October 26, 1949 Just a Big Simple Life
November 4, 1949 The Big Wheel
November 8, 1949 The Great Dan Patch
November 18, 1949 Johnny Holiday[N 13]
November 25, 1949 A Kiss for Corliss
December 23, 1949 Mrs. Mike[N 13]

1950s

Release date Title Notes
January 6, 1950 Davy Crockett, Indian Scout Produced by Edward Small
January 20, 1950 Gun Crazy[N 19] distribution only
February 24, 1950 The Girl from San Lorenzo
March 3, 1950 Love Happy[N 13]
March 10, 1950 Tehran
March 10, 1950 The Great Plane Robbery
March 24, 1950 Quicksand distribution only
April 21, 1950 D.O.A.[N 3] distribution only
May 5, 1950 Johnny One-Eye Produced by Benedict Bogeaus
May 11, 1950 Champagne for Caesar
May 20, 1950 So Young, So Bad
June 16, 1950 The Iroquois Trail Produced by Edward Small
June 30, 1950 If This Be Sin
July 7, 1950 The Second Woman distribution only
July 7, 1950 Once a Thief
July 20, 1950 The Men[N 13] Produced by Stanley Kramer
July 26, 1950 The Underworld Story
August 4, 1950 The Admiral Was a Lady distribution only; produced by Roxbury Productions
October 22, 1950 The Kangaroo Kid
November 16, 1950 Cyrano de Bergerac[N 3] Produced by Stanley Kramer
December 12, 1950 The Sound of Fury[N 13]
1951 Cloudburst
February 8, 1951 They Were Not Divided
March 8, 1951 Three Husbands
March 29, 1951 So Long at the Fair
April 6, 1951 The Scarf
April 17, 1951 Circle of Danger
April 20, 1951 When I Grow Up
April 27, 1951 The First Legion
April 27, 1951 The Man from Planet X
April 30, 1951 Skipalong Rosenbloom
May 9, 1951 The Long Dark Hall
May 18, 1951 New Mexico
June 11, 1951 Four in a Jeep
June 14, 1951 The Man with My Face
June 28, 1951 Three Steps North
July 1, 1951 The Prowler
July 5, 1951 The Hoodlum
July 7, 1951 Queen for a Day
July 13, 1951 He Ran All the Way
July 30, 1951 Oliver Twist First released in the United Kingdom in 1948.
July 1951 Two Gals and a Guy Produced by Weisner Brothers for Eagle-Lion Films.
August 10, 1951 Pardon My French
August 24, 1951 St. Benny the Dip distribution only
September 5, 1951 Wicked City
September 9, 1951 Gold Raiders
September 10, 1951 The Well
September 10, 1951 The River
September 18, 1951 Mr. Peek-a-Boo
September 18, 1951 Mister Drake's Duck
October 9, 1951 Fort Defiance
November 2, 1951 Tom Brown's Schooldays
November 13, 1951 The Big Night
December 2, 1951 Scrooge[N 20] US distribution only
December 31, 1951 Hotel Sahara
January 6, 1952 Another Man's Poison
January 6, 1952 The Lady Says No
January 11, 1952 Chicago Calling[N 19]
January 15, 1952 A Tale of Five Cities
January 31, 1952 The Green Glove distribution only
February 5, 1952 The Late Edwina Black
February 8, 1952 Buffalo Bill in Tomahawk Territory
February 20, 1952 The African Queen[N 21] distribution only
February 22, 1952 One Big Affair
February 28, 1952 Royal Journey
March 19, 1952 Mutiny distribution only
March 26, 1952 The Captive City
March 28, 1952 Strange World
May 8, 1952 Without Warning! distribution only
May 15, 1952 Red Planet Mars
May 23, 1952 The Fighter
June 20, 1952 Confidence Girl
July 18, 1952 Actor's and Sin distribution only; produced by Sid Kuller Productions
July 30, 1952 High Noon[N 13] Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
August 4, 1952 Saturday Island
August 12, 1952 Park Row
September 12, 1952 Untamed Women
September 26, 1952 The Ring
October 15, 1952 The Thief
October 23, 1952 Limelight[N 2]
November 11, 1952 Kansas City Confidential Produced by Edward Small, distribution only
November 30, 1952 Bwana Devil First 3-D feature film
December 4, 1952 Outpost in Malaya
December 7, 1952 Babes in Bagdad
December 14, 1952 Monsoon
December 23, 1952 Moulin Rouge Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
1953 Genghis Khan
January 1, 1953 The Gay Adventure
January 23, 1953 Guerrilla Girl
January 30, 1953 Luxury Girls
February 18, 1953 The Magnetic Monster Produced by Ivan Tors
February 27, 1953 The Bandits of Corsica Produced by Edward Small
March 27, 1953 Son of the Renegade
April 22, 1953 Venetian Bird
April 28, 1953 Mahatma Gandhi: 20th Century Prophet
May 8, 1953 That Man from Tangier
May 15, 1953 Rough Shoot
May 15, 1953 Phantom from Space
May 27, 1953 Raiders of the Seven Seas Produced by Edward Small
June 10, 1953 The Twonky
June 19, 1953 The Neanderthal Man Produced by Edward Small
June 26, 1953 The Marshal's Daughter
July 8, 1953 The Moon Is Blue[N 22]
July 10, 1953 Return to Paradise
July 15, 1953 Fort Algiers
July 20, 1953 Volcano
July 22, 1953 My Heart Goes Crazy
July 24, 1953 Gun Belt Produced by Edward Small
July 31, 1953 No Escape
July 31, 1953 Vice Squad
August 7, 1953 Melba
August 14, 1953 I, the Jury
August 28, 1953 War Paint Produced by Aubrey Schenck
September 4, 1953 Sabre Jet Produced by Edward Small
September 12, 1953 Captain Scarlett
September 18, 1953 The Joe Louis Story
September 25, 1953 The Fake
September 30, 1953 Donovan's Brain
October 2, 1953 Mantrap
October 3, 1953 99 River Street Produced by Edward Small, distribution only
October 9, 1953 The Steel Lady Produced by Edward Small
October 23, 1953 The Village
October 27, 1953 The Story of Gilbert and Sullivan
November 9, 1953 Stranger on the Prowl[N 13]
November 13, 1953 Shark River
November 18, 1953 The Man Between
November 20, 1953 Captain John Smith and Pocahontas Produced by Edward Small
November 27, 1953 Song of the Land
December 2, 1953 Yesterday and Today
December 9, 1953 The Conquest of Everest
December 9, 1953 Wicked Woman Produced by Edward Small
December 16, 1953 Die Jungfrau auf dem Dach
December 17, 1953 Act of Love distribution only; produced by Benagoss Productions
January 14, 1954 Riders to the Stars Produced by Ivan Tors
January 15, 1954 Personal Affair
January 27, 1954 Go, Man, Go!
February 5, 1954 Beachhead Produced by Edward Small
February 10, 1954 Dragon's Gold
February 22, 1954 Top Banana
February 27, 1954 Overland Pacific Produced by Edward Small
March 1, 1954 The Scarlet Spear
March 1, 1954 South of Algiers
March 2, 1954 A Queen's World Tour
March 3, 1954 Heidi
March 12, 1954 Beat the Devil[N 3]
April 1, 1954 Southwest Passage Produced by Edward Small
April 15, 1954 Witness to Murder
April 25, 1954 The Lone Gun
May 20, 1954 Captain Kidd and the Slave Girl Produced by Edward Small
May 26, 1954 The Long Wait
May 1954 The Yellow Tomahawk
June 4, 1954 Challenge the Wild
June 5, 1954 Gog Produced by Ivan Tors, distribution only
June 14, 1954 Hobson's Choice
June 18, 1954 The Million Pound Note
June 30, 1954 Return to Treasure Island
July 1, 1954 The Lawless Rider
July 9, 1954 Apache Produced by Hecht-Hill-Lancaster
July 28, 1954 The Diamond Wizard
July 28, 1954 Crossed Swords
August 2, 1954 Victory at Sea
August 5, 1954 Adventures of Robinson Crusoe distribution only; produced in Mexico by Producciones Tepeyac
August 5, 1954 Malta Story
August 27, 1954 Shield for Murder Produced by Aubrey Schenck, distribution only
September 1, 1954 The Little Kidnappers US distribution only
September 2, 1954 Down Three Dark Streets Produced by Edward Small and Levy-Gardner-Laven
September 4, 1954 Khyber Patrol Produced by Edward Small
September 4, 1954 Jesse James' Women
September 29, 1954 The Barefoot Contessa
October 4, 1954 Operation Manhunt
October 6, 1954 Sitting Bull
October 7, 1954 Suddenly[N 3] distribution only
October 29, 1954 The Golden Mistress
November 4, 1954 You Know What Sailors Are
November 5, 1954 Beautiful Stranger
November 1954 The White Orchid[N 8]
November 1954 The Snow Creature
December 21, 1954 Romeo and Juliet
December 25, 1954 Vera Cruz Produced by Hecht-Hill-Lancaster
December 31, 1954 Black Tuesday
December 1954 The Steel Cage
January 15, 1955 The Beachcomber
January 26, 1955 Battle Taxi Produced by Ivan Tors
February 2, 1955 Sabaka
March 3, 1955 Big House, U.S.A. Produced by Aubrey Schenck, distribution only
March 23, 1955 Stranger on Horseback
April 10, 1955 The Purple Plain
April 11, 1955 Canyon Crossroads
April 11, 1955 Marty Produced by Hecht-Hill-Lancaster, Winner of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
April 15, 1955 A Bullet for Joey distribution only
May 18, 1955 Kiss Me Deadly distribution only
May 30, 1955 Robbers' Roost
May 1955 Top of the World
June 5, 1955 The Big Bluff distribution only
June 21, 1955 Summertime distribution only
June 28, 1955 Not as a Stranger Produced by Stanley Kramer
June 1955 The Sea Shall Not Have Them
June 1955 Albert R.N.
July 22, 1955 The Kentuckian Produced by Hecht-Hill-Lancaster
July 25, 1955 The Man Who Loved Redheads
September 12, 1955 Othello[N 10] distribution only
September 29, 1955 The Night of the Hunter
September 30, 1955 The Naked Street Produced by Edward Small
October 1, 1955 Killer's Kiss distribution only
October 4, 1955 Fort Yuma Produced by Aubrey Schenck
October 25, 1955 The Big Knife
October 26, 1955 King's Rhapsody
October 29, 1955 Gentlemen Marry Brunettes
November 5, 1955 Man with the Gun
November 18, 1955 Desert Sands Produced by Aubrey Schenck
November 29, 1955 The Good Die Young
December 12, 1955 Heidi and Peter
December 14, 1955 The Man with the Golden Arm[N 3]
December 16, 1955 Storm Fear
December 21, 1955 The Indian Fighter
December 21, 1955 Top Gun Produced by Edward Small
1956 Aan
1956 The Tiger and the Flame
1956 The Extra Day
January 1956 Three Bad Sisters Produced by Aubrey Schenck
January 1956 Shadow of Fear
February 1, 1956 Let's Make Up
February 8, 1956 Time Table distribution only
February 1956 Manfish
March 2, 1956 The Killer Is Loose
March 21, 1956 Crime Against Joe Produced by Aubrey Schenck
March 27, 1956 Patterns
March 28, 1956 Alexander the Great
March 1956 Ghost Town
March 1956 Comanche Produced by Edward Small
April 27, 1956 Star of India
April 1956 The Broken Star Produced by Aubrey Schenck
May 3, 1956 Unidentified Flying Objects: The True Story of Flying Saucers Produced by Ivan Tors
May 11, 1956 Nightmare produced by Pine-Thomas Productions
May 1956 Quincannon, Frontier Scout Produced by Aubrey Schenck
May 28, 1956 Foreign Intrgue
May 30, 1956 Trapeze Produced by Hecht-Hill-Lancaster
June 6, 1956 The Killing distribution only
June 12, 1956 A Kiss Before Dying
June 1956 The Black Sleep Produced by Aubrey Schenck
June 1956 The Quatermass Xperiment
July 26, 1956 The Ambassador's Daughter
July 1956 Johnny Concho
July 30, 1956 Run for the Sun
July 30, 1956 Rebel in Town Produced by Aubrey Schenck
August 9, 1956 Huk!
August 9, 1956 The Boss
August 1956 The Beast of Hollow Mountain
September 15, 1956 Gun Brothers Produced by Edward Small
September 1956 Bandido
October 8, 1956 Flight to Hong Kong
October 17, 1956 Attack
October 17, 1956 Around the World in 80 Days[N 19] Winner of the Academy Award for Best Picture
October 30, 1956 Man from Del Rio
November 1, 1956 Running Target
November 2, 1956 Hot Cars
November 2, 1956 Emergency Hospital
November 15, 1956 Gun the Man Down
November 17, 1956 The Sharkfighters
November 1956 The Peacemaker
December 12, 1956 The Brass Legend
December 21, 1956 The Wild Party
December 21, 1956 The King and Four Queens
December 22, 1956 Dance With Me, Henry
January 1957 Drango
January 1957 The Halliday Brand
January 9, 1957 Crime of Passion
January 11, 1957 Four Boys and a Gun
January 30, 1957 5 Steps to Danger
February 1, 1957 Tomahawk Trail Produced by Aubrey Schenck
February 1957 Voodoo Island Produced by Aubrey Schenck
February 1957 Pharaoh's Curse Produced by Aubrey Schenck
March 1, 1957 The Delinquents
March 11, 1957 The Big Boodle
March 15, 1957 Hit and Run
March 19, 1957 Men in War
March 21, 1957 War Drums Produced by Aubrey Schenck
March 28, 1957 The Big Caper produced by Pine-Thomas Productions
March 1957 Revolt at Fort Laramie Produced by Aubrey Schenck
April 10, 1957 The Bachelor Party Produced by Hecht-Hill-Lancaster
April 13, 1957 12 Angry Men Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
April 19, 1957 Fury at Showdown
April 29, 1957 The Ride Back
April 1957 The Iron Sheriff Produced by Edward Small
April 1957 The Crooked Sky
May 1, 1957 Gun Duel in Durango
May 1, 1957 Bailout at 43,000 produced by Pine-Thomas Productions
May 4, 1957 Spring Reunion
May 8, 1957 Saint Joan[N 22]
May 29, 1957 Monkey on My Back Produced by Edward Small
May 1957 Sweet Smell of Success Produced by Hecht-Hill-Lancaster
June 1957 The Vampire
June 1957 The Monster That Challenged the World Produced by Levy-Gardner-Laven
June 1957 Bayou
July 10, 1957 The Pride and the Passion Produced by Stanley Kramer
July 12, 1957 Trooper Hook
July 22, 1957 Jungle Heat Produced by Aubrey Schenck
July 1957 The Buckskin Lady
July 1957 Outlaw's Son
July 1957 Hidden Fear
July 1957 Bop Girl Goes Calypso Produced by Aubrey Schenck
August 1, 1957 Valerie
August 30, 1957 Chicago Confidential Produced by Edward Small
August 1957 The Fuzzy Pink Nightgown
August 1957 My Gun Is Quick
August 1957 Lady of Vengeance
September 2, 1957 The Careless Years
September 8, 1957 Satchmo the Great
September 24, 1957 The Girl in Black Stockings Produced by Edward Small
September 1957 Street of Sinners
September 1957 Gunsight Ridge
September 1957 Quatermass 2
October 9, 1957 The Monte Carlo Story
October 23, 1957 Time Limit
October 1957 Hell Bound
November 1, 1957 Ride Out for Revenge
December 1, 1957 Man on the Prowl
December 11, 1957 Baby Face Nelson
December 17, 1957 Legend of the Lost
December 20, 1957 The Dalton Girls Produced by Aubrey Schenck
December 25, 1957 Paths of Glory
1958 The Betrayal
January 1958 Cross-Up
January 1958 Gun Fever
February 1, 1958 Fort Bowie Produced by Aubrey Schenck
February 1, 1958 Lost Lagoon
February 6, 1958 Witness for the Prosecution Academy Award for Best Picture nominee
February 8, 1958 The Quiet American
February 1958 The Steel Bayonet
March 27, 1958 Run Silent, Run Deep Produced by Hecht-Hill-Lancaster
April 2, 1958 The Flame Barrier
April 1958 The Return of Dracula
May 1, 1958 Edge of Fury
May 9, 1958 Paris Holiday
May 10, 1958 Thunder Road
May 14, 1958 Toughest Gun in Tombstone Produced by Edward Small
May 14, 1958 Fort Massacre co-production with Mirisch Company
May 1958 Island Women
June 28, 1958 The Vikings
June 28, 1958 Kings Go Forth
June 1958 The Lone Ranger and the Lost City of Gold
June 1958 Wink of an Eye
July 30, 1958 La Parisienne
July 1958 I Bury the Living
August 13, 1958 God's Little Acre[N 23]
August 1958 It! The Terror from Beyond Space Produced by Edward Small
August 1958 Curse of the Faceless Man Produced by Edward Small
September 27, 1958 The Defiant Ones Produced by Stanley Kramer; Academy Award for Best Picture nominee
September 1958 The Gun Runners
September 1958 Terror in a Texas Town
October 1, 1958 Man of the West co-production with Mirisch Company
October 1, 1958 Cop Hater
October 1, 1958 The Big Country
October 29, 1958 Ten Days to Tulara
October 1958 The Fearmakers
October 1958 Hong Kong Confidential Produced by Edward Small
October 1958 Face in the Night
November 11, 1958 The Horse's Mouth
November 18, 1958 I Want to Live!
November 26, 1958 Anna Lucasta
November 1958 The Mugger
December 3, 1958 China Doll
December 18, 1958 Separate Tables Academy Award for Best Picture nominee
December 19, 1958 Lonelyhearts
December 1958 The Lost Missile
December 1958 Machete
1959 Mark of the Phoenix
January 23, 1959 Escort West
January 1959 Guns Girls and Gangsters Produced by Edward Small
January 1959 Operation Murder
February 18, 1959 The Last Mile
March 15, 1959 Mustang!
March 20, 1959 Alias Jesse James
March 29, 1959 Some Like It Hot co-production with Mirisch Company
April 1959 Riot in Juvenile Prison Produced by Edward Small
May 15, 1959 Invisible Invaders Produced by Edward Small
May 29, 1959 Pork Chop Hill
May 1959 The Gunfight at Dodge City co-production with Mirisch Company
June 10, 1959 The Man in the Net co-production with Mirisch Company
June 10, 1959 The Naked Maja
June 12, 1959 The Horse Soldiers co-production with Mirisch Company
July 3, 1959 The Hound of the Baskervilles Distribution only (Film produced by Hammer Films)
July 15, 1959 A Hole in the Head
July 17, 1959 Ten Seconds to Hell
June 24, 1959 Shake Hands with the Devil
June 1959 The Rabbit Trap Produced by Hecht-Hill-Lancaster
July 1959 Day of the Outlaw
August 20, 1959 The Devil's Disciple Produced by Hecht-Hill-Lancaster
August 1959 Cry Tough Produced by Hecht-Hill-Lancaster
September 10, 1959 The Great St. Louis Bank Robbery[N 3]
September 1959 Cast a Long Shadow
September 1959 Inside the Mafia Produced by Edward Small
October 15, 1959 Odds Against Tomorrow
October 21, 1959 The Wonderful Country
October 1959 Pier 5, Havana Produced by Edward Small
October 1959 Counterplot
November 10, 1959 Happy Anniversary
November 13, 1959 The Four Skulls of Jonathan Drake Produced by Edward Small
November 22, 1959 Timbuktu Produced by Edward Small but had his name removed
November 1959 Subway in the Sky
December 1, 1959 The Fugitive Kind
December 1, 1959 Take a Giant Step
December 17, 1959 On the Beach Produced by Stanley Kramer
December 20, 1959 A Dog's Best Friend Produced by Edward Small
December 25, 1959 Solomon and Sheba Produced by Edward Small

1960s

Release date Title Notes
January 1, 1960 And Quiet Flows the Don
January 1, 1960 Gunfighters of Abilene Produced by Edward Small
February 1960 The Pusher
February 1960 Vice Raid Produced by Edward Small
March 1960 Oklahoma Territory Produced by Edward Small
March 1960 Three Came to Kill Produced by Edward Small
April 6, 1960 The Unforgiven Produced by Edward Small
April 13, 1960 The Boy and the Pirates Produced by Bert I. Gordon
May 1, 1960 Noose for a Gunman Produced by Edward Small
June 15, 1960 The Apartment co-production with Mirisch Company
Winner of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
June 22, 1960 The Gallant Hours
June 27, 1960 The Trials of Oscar Wilde
June 1960 Macumba Love
June 1960 The Music Box Kid Produced by Edward Small
July 7, 1960 Elmer Gantry Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
July 17, 1960 The Last Days of Pompeii
July 21, 1960 Inherit the Wind Produced by Stanley Kramer
July 1960 Cage of Evil Produced by Edward Small
September 1960 Studs Lonigan
October 12, 1960 The Magnificent Seven co-production with Mirisch Company
October 24, 1960 The Alamo Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture.
October 1960 The Walking Target Produced by Edward Small
November 1, 1960 Never on Sunday
November 14, 1960 The Facts of Life
December 14, 1960 A Terrible Beauty
December 15, 1960 Exodus
January 7, 1961 Five Guns to Tombstone Produced by Edward Small
February 1, 1961 The Misfits
February 1961 Frontier Uprising Produced by Edward Small
February 1961 Police Dog Story Produced by Edward Small
March 26, 1961 The Hoodlum Priest
April 8, 1961 Operation Bottleneck Produced by Edward Small
April 26, 1961 The Snake Woman Produced by Edward Small
April 1961 Minotaur, the Wild Beast of Crete
May 1, 1961 Gun Fight Produced by Edward Small
May 5, 1961 The Gambler Wore a Gun Produced by Edward Small
May 24, 1961 The Young Savages Produced by Edward Small
May 27, 1961 The Last Time I Saw Archie
May 31, 1961 A Matter of Morals
June 10, 1961 When the Clock Strikes Produced by Edward Small
June 28, 1961 The Naked Edge
June 28, 1961 Three on a Spree Produced by Edward Small
June 29, 1961 Goodbye Again
June 1961 The Revolt of the Slaves
July 18, 1961 Fate of a Man
July 19, 1961 By Love Possessed co-production with Mirisch Company
July 19, 1961 Mary Had a Little... Produced by Edward Small
July 1961 The Cat Burglar Produced by Edward Small
July 1961 You Have to Run Fast
August 17, 1961 Teenage Millionaire
August 23, 1961 The Young Doctors
September 27, 1961 Paris Blues
September 1961 The Flight That Disappeared Produced by Edward Small
September 1961 Secret of Deep Harbor
October 10, 1961 Town Without Pity co-production with Mirisch Company
October 18, 1961 West Side Story co-production with Mirisch Company
Winner of the Academy Award for Best Picture
October 1961 Boy Who Caught a Crook Produced by Edward Small
October 1961 The Explosive Generation
November 5, 1961 Gun Street
December 15, 1961 One, Two, Three co-production with Mirisch Company
December 16, 1961 Summer of the Seventeenth Doll Produced by Edward Small
December 19, 1961 The Children's Hour co-production with Mirisch Company
December 19, 1961 Judgment at Nuremberg Produced by Stanley Kramer, Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture
December 20, 1961 The Happy Thieves
December 22, 1961 X-15
December 23, 1961 Something Wild
December 25, 1961 Pocketful of Miracles
December 27, 1961 The Clown and the Kid Produced by Edward Small
1962 Court Martial
January 1962 The Nun and the Sergeant
February 10, 1962 Sergeants 3
February 1962 The Deadly Duo Produced by Edward Small
February 1962 Saintly Sinners
April 11, 1962 Follow That Dream co-production with Mirisch Company
April 11, 1962 Ursus
April 19, 1962 Jessica
April 1962 The Magic Sword[N 3]
May 1, 1962 Geronimo Produced by Levy-Gardner-Laven
May 15, 1962 Doctor Blood's Coffin Produced by Edward Small
May 16, 1962 Incident in an Alley
May 22, 1962 The Road to Hong Kong
May 1962 War Hunt
June 13, 1962 Jack the Giant Killer Produced by Edward Small
June 13, 1962 The Valiant
June 25, 1962 Animas Trujano
July 3, 1962 Birdman of Alcatraz Produced by Edward Small
July 28, 1962 The Miracle Worker
August 29, 1962 Kid Galahad co-production with Mirisch Company
September 16, 1962 Hero's Island
September 1962 Sword of the Conqueror
October 24, 1962 The Manchurian Candidate
October 24, 1962 Eyes Without a Face
October 24, 1962 Tower of London
October 31, 1962 The Vampire and the Ballerina
November 24, 1962 Two for the Seesaw co-production with Mirisch Company
December 1, 1962 Electra
December 2, 1962 Pressure Point
December 8, 1962 Beauty and the Beast Produced by Edward Small
December 19, 1962 Taras Bulba
1963 The Great Van Robbery
1963 So Evil, So Young
February 13, 1963 A Child Is Waiting Produced by Stanley Kramer
March 6, 1963 Amazons of Rome
March 6, 1963 Diary of a Madman
March 20, 1963 Five Miles to Midnight
April 24, 1963 Love Is a Ball
May 8, 1963 Dr. No Eon Productions, distribution only
May 15, 1963 I Could Go On Singing
June 5, 1963 Irma la Douce co-production with Mirisch Company
June 14, 1963 Call Me Bwana Eon Productions, distribution only
June 17, 1963 The Mouse on the Moon
July 4, 1963 The Great Escape co-production with Mirisch Company
July 31, 1963 Toys in the Attic co-production with Mirisch Company
August 21, 1963 The Caretakers
September 18, 1963 My Son, the Hero
September 1963 Twice-Told Tales Produced by Edward Small
October 1, 1963 Lilies of the Field Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture
October 2, 1963 Johnny Cool
October 2, 1963 Stolen Hours co-production with Mirisch Company
October 6, 1963 Tom Jones [N 24] Winner of the Academy Award for Best Picture
November 7, 1963 It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World Produced by Stanley Kramer in Ultra Panavision
November 13, 1963 McLintock![N 3]
December 18, 1963 The Ceremony
December 18, 1963 Kings of the Sun co-production with Mirisch Company
December 23, 1963 Ladybug Ladybug
December 23, 1963 One Man's Way
March 19, 1964 The World of Henry Orient
March 20, 1964 The Pink Panther co-production with Mirisch Company
March 25, 1964 Flight from Ashiya
April 5, 1964 The Best Man
May 27, 1964 From Russia with Love Eon Productions, distribution only
June 8, 1964 That Man from Rio
June 23, 1964 A Shot in the Dark co-production with Mirisch Company
June 24, 1964 633 Squadron co-production with Mirisch Company
June 1964 For Those Who Think Young
August 11, 1964 A Hard Day's Night[N 25] distribution only
September 2, 1964 The 7th Dawn
September 16, 1964 The Secret Invasion
September 17, 1964 Topkapi
September 30, 1964 Woman of Straw
October 14, 1964 Invitation to a Gunfighter
November 21, 1964 Four Days in November
December 22, 1964 Kiss Me, Stupid co-production with Mirisch Company
January 9, 1965 Goldfinger Eon Productions, distribution only
January 26, 1965 How to Murder Your Wife
February 15, 1965 The Greatest Story Ever Told
February 19, 1965 Ferry Cross the Mersey
March 7, 1965 The Train
April 14, 1965 The Satan Bug co-production with Mirisch Company
April 28, 1965 Masquerade
May 12, 1965 Mister Moses
June 18, 1965 I'll Take Sweden Produced by Edward Small
June 22, 1965 What's New Pussycat?
June 23, 1965 The Hallelujah Trail co-production with Mirisch Company
June 30, 1965 The Knack ...and How to Get It
July 7, 1965 The Glory Guys Produced by Levy-Gardner-Laven
August 25, 1965 Help![N 26]
September 15, 1965 Billie
October 20, 1965 A Rage to Live co-production with Mirisch Company
November 16, 1965 Return from the Ashes co-production with Mirisch Company
December 13, 1965 A Thousand Clowns Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture
December 18, 1965 Viva Maria! distribution only
December 22, 1965 Thunderball Eon Productions, distribution only
February 21, 1966 Lord Love a Duck
March 4, 1966 The Group
March 15, 1966 Hamlet
March 30, 1966 Cast a Giant Shadow co-production with Mirisch Company
March 31, 1966 Frankie and Johnny Produced by Edward Small
May 17, 1966 Up to His Ears
May 25, 1966 The Russians Are Coming, the Russians Are Coming distribution only; produced by Mirisch Company
Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture
May 1966 Don't Worry, We'll Think of a Title
June 8, 1966 Boy, Did I Get a Wrong Number!
June 15, 1966 Duel at Diablo
June 15, 1966 Khartoum
August 1, 1966 Mademoiselle
August 1, 1966 Namu, the Killer Whale
August 31, 1966 What Did You Do in the War, Daddy? co-production with Mirisch Company
September 14, 1966 Ambush Bay Produced by Aubrey Schenck
October 10, 1966 Hawaii co-production with Mirisch Company
October 16, 1966 A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum
October 19, 1966 The Fortune Cookie co-production with Mirisch Company
October 19, 1966 Return of the Seven co-production with Mirisch Company
October 24, 1966 10:30 P.M. Summer
October 24, 1966 After the Fox
January 18, 1967 A Fistful of Dollars distribution only
February 22, 1967 Marat/Sade
March 9, 1967 How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying co-production with Mirisch Company
March 16, 1967 Persona
March 1967 Finders Keepers
April 26, 1967 Eight on the Lam
May 10, 1967 For a Few Dollars More[N 27] Produced by Alberto Grimaldi, distribution only
May 22, 1967 The Honey Pot
May 24, 1967 The Way West
June 13, 1967 You Only Live Twice Eon Productions distribution only
July 31, 1967 The Whisperers
August 2, 1967 In the Heat of the Night co-production with Mirisch Company
Winner of the Academy Award for Best Picture
August 3, 1967 Beach Red
September 15, 1967 Track of Thunder
October 23, 1967 How I Won the War
November 1, 1967 Hour of the Gun co-production with Mirisch Company
November 10, 1967 The Hills Run Red
November 10, 1967 Matchless
November 22, 1967 Operation Kid Brother
December 4, 1967 Clambake Produced by Levy-Gardner-Laven
December 6, 1967 Kill a Dragon Produced by Aubrey Schenck
December 6, 1967 Navajo Joe
December 18, 1967 Live for Life distribution only
December 20, 1967 Billion Dollar Brain Produced by Harry Saltzman
December 20, 1967 Fitzwilly co-production with Mirisch Company
December 22, 1967 The Graduate[N 28] overseas distribution; Embassy Pictures distributed the film in the US
December 29, 1967 The Good, the Bad and the Ugly[N 27]
January 3, 1968 The Wicked Dreams of Paula Schultz Produced by Edward Small
February 14, 1968 Danger Route Produced by Amicus Productions
April 2, 1968 The Scalphunters Produced by Levy-Gardner-Laven
April 4, 1968 The Party co-production with Mirisch Company
April 24, 1968 Yours, Mine and Ours co-production with Desilu Productions
May 8, 1968 The Private Navy of Sgt. O'Farrell
May 15, 1968 The Devil's Brigade Produced by David L. Wolper
June 5, 1968 Attack on the Iron Coast Produced by Oakmont Productions
June 19, 1968 The Thomas Crown Affair co-production with Mirisch Company
June 25, 1968 The Bride Wore Black
July 19, 1968 Inspector Clouseau co-production with Mirisch Company
July 1968 Thunderbirds Are Go co-production with Century 21 Cinema
Associated Television
August 3, 1968 Hang 'Em High
September 18, 1968 Salt and Pepper
September 1968 Shock Troops
September 1968 The Ugly Ones
October 11, 1968 The Charge of the Light Brigade
October 23, 1968 Paper Lion
November 13, 1968 Yellow Submarine[N 26] distribution only, produced by King Features Syndicate and Subafilms Ltd
November 20, 1968 Thunderbird 6 co-production with Century 21 Cinema and Associated Television
December 18, 1968 Chitty Chitty Bang Bang distribution only
December 22, 1968 The Night They Raided Minsky's
December 1968 Buona Sera, Mrs. Campbell
January 15, 1969 More Dead Than Alive Produced by Aubrey Schenck
February 19, 1969 Play Dirty Produced by Harry Saltzman
February 21, 1969 A Twist of Sand
March 26, 1969 Support Your Local Sheriff!
April 1, 1969 Sam Whiskey Produced by Levy-Gardner-Laven
April 24, 1969 If It's Tuesday, This Must Be Belgium Produced by David L. Wolper
April 30, 1969 Hannibal Brooks
May 7, 1969 Impasse distribution only
May 7, 1969 Sinful Davey co-production with Mirisch Company
May 7, 1969 Where It's At
May 27, 1969 Popi
May 28, 1969 Guns of the Magnificent Seven co-production with Mirisch Company
June 11, 1969 The First Time co-production with Mirisch Company
June 25, 1969 Death Rides a Horse
July 30, 1969 Midnight Cowboy Winner of the Academy Award for Best Picture
July 1969 The Thousand Plane Raid Produced by Oakmont Productions
August 20, 1969 Alice's Restaurant
August 21, 1969 Number One
August 27, 1969 The Bridge at Remagen Produced by David L. Wolper
August 1969 Submarine X-1 Produced by Oakmont Productions
September 28, 1969 The Bed-Sitting Room
October 1, 1969 Some Kind of a Nut co-production with Mirisch Company
October 2, 1969 The File of the Golden Goose Produced by Edward Small
October 15, 1969 Young Billy Young
October 24, 1969 Battle of Britain
October 29, 1969 The Secret of Santa Vittoria Produced by Stanley Kramer
November 25, 1969 Crossplot
December 2, 1969 The Sex of Angels
December 16, 1969 Gaily, Gaily
December 18, 1969 On Her Majesty's Secret Service Eon Productions, distribution only
December 21, 1969 The Happy Ending
December 23, 1969 Three
December 1969 Out of It

1970s

Release date Title Notes
February 18, 1970 What Do You Say to a Naked Lady?
March 6, 1970 The Mercenary[N 27] Produced by Alberto Grimaldi
March 11, 1970 Fellini Satyricon[N 27] Produced by Alberto Grimaldi
March 16, 1970 Love Is a Funny Thing
March 20, 1970 Hell Boats Produced by Oakmont Productions
March 25, 1970 Pussycat, Pussycat, I Love You
March 25, 1970 Women in Love
April 10, 1970 Mississippi Mermaid
April 29, 1970 Halls of Anger co-production with Mirisch Company
May 6, 1970 The Last Escape Produced by Oakmont Productions
May 11, 1970 Leo the Last
May 13, 1970 Let It Be[N 26]
May 20, 1970 The Landlord co-production with Mirisch Company
May 27, 1970 Cotton Comes to Harlem
May 27, 1970 The Way We Live Now
May 28, 1970 The Passion of Anna
May 1970 One More Time
June 17, 1970 The Hawaiians co-production with Mirisch Company
June 1970 The Christine Jorgensen Story Produced by Edward Small
July 1, 1970 Mosquito Squadron Produced by Oakmont Productions
July 10, 1970 They Call Me MISTER Tibbs! co-production with Mirisch Company
July 15, 1970 The Revolutionary
July 28, 1970 The Angel Levine
August 17, 1970 Pound
August 28, 1970 A Quiet Place in the Country[N 27]
September 2, 1970 Sabata[N 27] Produced by Alberto Grimaldi
September 3, 1970 Barquero
September 9, 1970 Hornets' Nest
September 11, 1970 The Wild Child
September 13, 1970 Kes distribution only
September 23, 1970 Pieces of Dreams
October 2, 1970 Give Her the Moon
October 7, 1970 Ned Kelly
October 7, 1970 Underground Produced by Levy-Gardner-Laven
October 21, 1970 Burn! Produced by Alberto Grimaldi
October 28, 1970 The McKenzie Break Produced by Levy-Gardner-Laven
October 29, 1970 The Private Life of Sherlock Holmes
October 1970 Cannon for Cordoba co-production with Mirisch Company
November 3, 1970 A.k.a. Cassius Clay
November 10, 1970 Where's Poppa?
1970 Dougal and the Blue Cat US distribution only
January 24, 1971 The Music Lovers
January 1971 The Bridge in the Jungle
February 10, 1971 Some Girls Do
February 19, 1971 Cold Turkey
March 1, 1971 The World of Hans Christian Andersen US distribution only; produced in Japan by Toei Doga
April 9, 1971 Valdez Is Coming
April 28, 1971 Bananas
May 12, 1971 Mrs. Pollifax-Spy
May 26, 1971 Support Your Local Gunfighter
June 18, 1971 That Splendid November
June 20, 1971 The Crook
June 30, 1971 What's the Matter with Helen?
July 16, 1971 The Hunting Party Produced by Levy-Gardner-Laven
July 22, 1971 Wake in Fright[N 29] distribution only
July 28, 1971 Von Richthofen and Brown
August 1, 1971 Doc
August 4, 1971 Lawman
September 8, 1971 Sunday Bloody Sunday
September 22, 1971 Adiós, Sabata[N 27] Produced by Alberto Grimaldita
October 20, 1971 The Organization co-production with Mirisch Company
November 3, 1971 Fiddler On The Roof co-production with Mirisch Company
Nominee for the Academy Award for Best Picture
November 10, 1971 200 Motels
November 10, 1971 Jennifer on My Mind
December 1, 1971 Born to Win
December 12, 1971 The Decameron[N 27] Produced by Alberto Grimaldi
December 14, 1971 The Hospital
December 17, 1971 Diamonds Are Forever Eon Productions, distribution only
February 2, 1972 The Visitors
May 17, 1972 The Honkers
May 15, 1972 Chato's Land
June 7, 1972 Lady Liberty
June 30, 1972 Duck, You Sucker!
July 14, 1972 Fuzz
August 1, 1972 The Magnificent Seven Ride! co-production with Mirisch Company
August 6, 1972 Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Sex * But Were Afraid to Ask
August 9, 1972 Return of Sabata Produced by Alberto Grimaldi
August 30, 1972 Money Talks
September 6, 1972 The Mechanic
September 20, 1972 Hammer
October 4, 1972 Hickey & Boggs
October 15, 1972 Roma
November 1, 1972 Superbeast
November 17, 1972 Daughters of Satan
November 1972 Pulp
December 11, 1972 Man of La Mancha Produced by Alberto Grimaldi
December 17, 1972 Avanti!
December 19, 1972 Across 110th Street
January 1972 The Outside Man
February 7, 1973 Last Tango in Paris Produced by Alberto Grimaldi
February 11, 1973 Lady Caroline Lamb
March 7, 1973 The Long Goodbye
March 15, 1973 Tom Sawyer
April 5, 1973 Theatre of Blood
April 19, 1973 Scorpio co-production with Mirisch Company
May 11, 1973 The Offence
June 27, 1973 Live and Let Die Eon Productions, distribution only
August 1, 1973 Jeremy
August 8, 1973 White Lightning Produced by Levy-Gardner-Laven
August 17, 1973 Cops and Robbers
August 19, 1973 Electra Glide in Blue
September 21, 1973 The Spook Who Sat by the Door
September 23, 1973 Harry in Your Pocket
September 1973 I Escaped from Devil's Island
October 25, 1973 Five on the Black Hand Side
December 17, 1973 Sleeper
February 11, 1974 Thieves Like Us
February 27, 1974 Busting
March 15, 1974 Visit to a Chief's Son
March 20, 1974 Billy Two Hats
May 1, 1974 Man of the East Produced by Alberto Grimaldi
May 1, 1974 The Spikes Gang distribution only; produced by Mirisch Company
May 17, 1974 Thunderbolt and Lightfoot
May 23, 1974 Huckleberry Finn
June 7, 1974 Where the Lilies Bloom
June 13, 1974 Adolf Hitler: My Part in His Downfall
July 17, 1974 Mr. Majestyk co-production with Mirisch Company
July 31, 1974 Bank Shot
August 14, 1974 Bring Me the Head of Alfredo Garcia
August 30, 1974 Amazing Grace
September 25, 1974 Juggernaut
October 2, 1974 The Taking of Pelham 123 distribution only
October 18, 1974 Mixed Company
November 10, 1974 Lenny Nominee for the Academy Award for Best Picture
December 20, 1974 The Man with the Golden Gun Eon Productions, distribution only
February 5, 1975 Report to the Commissioner
March 14, 1975 Rancho Deluxe
March 24, 1975 Rosebud
March 26, 1975 Brannigan
March 1975 The Manchu Eagle Murder Caper Mystery
April 18, 1975 Sharks' Treasure
May 14, 1975 Moonrunners
May 21, 1975 The Return of the Pink Panther[N 30] co-production with ITC Entertainment
June 10, 1975 Love and Death
June 25, 1975 Rollerball
June 1975 That's the Way of the World[N 31]
July 9, 1975 Smile
July 30, 1975 The Wilby Conspiracy
August 29, 1975 92 in the Shade
October 10, 1975 Shhh
October 22, 1975 Soft Beds, Hard Battles
November 12, 1975 The Heroes
November 21, 1975 One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest[N 32] Winner of the Academy Award for Best Picture
Distribution only
December 19, 1975 Bugs Bunny: Superstar[N 19][N 5] distribution only; produced by Hare-Raising Films
December 19, 1975 The Killer Elite
February 13, 1976 Inserts
April 23, 1976 Stay Hungry
April 1976 It's Showtime
May 5, 1976 Breakheart Pass
May 19, 1976 The Missouri Breaks
May 20, 1976 Trackdown
June 24, 1976 Buffalo Bill and the Indians, or Sitting Bull's History Lesson
July 30, 1976 Drum
August 4, 1976 The Return of a Man Called Horse
August 25, 1976 Gator Produced by Levy-Gardner-Laven
August 1976 From Noon till Three
September 9, 1976 Vigilante Force
October 18, 1976 Burnt Offerings
November 3, 1976 Carrie
November 12, 1976[8] Karate Bullfighter
November 27, 1976 Network[N 33] International distribution only; co-production with Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer
Nominee for the Academy Award for Best Picture
December 3, 1976 Rocky Winner of the Academy Award for Best Picture
December 5, 1976 Bound for Glory Nominee for the Academy Award for Best Picture
December 17, 1976 The Pink Panther Strikes Again
January 1977 The Voyage
March 10, 1977 Welcome to L.A.
April 6, 1977 Audrey Rose
April 20, 1977 Annie Hall Winner of the Academy Award for Best Picture
May 5, 1977 The Solid Gold Show
May 1977 The White Buffalo
June 15, 1977 A Bridge Too Far
June 21, 1977 New York, New York
August 3, 1977 The Spy Who Loved Me Eon Productions, distribution only
October 3, 1977 Salò, or the 120 Days of Sodom distribution only
October 5, 1977 Valentino
October 16, 1977 Equus distribution only
November 4, 1977 Novecento (1900)[N 34] Produced by Alberto Grimaldi
November 18, 1977 Semi-Tough
November 23, 1977 Another Man, Another Chance
1978 Golden Rendezvous
February 9, 1978 The Betsy [N 19] co-production with Allied Artists[9]
February 15, 1978 Coming Home Nominee for the Academy Award for Best Picture
February 1978 Three Warriors[N 35]
March 13, 1978 The Big Sleep[N 15] distribution only; produced by ITC Entertainment
April 13, 1978 F.I.S.T.
April 26, 1978 The Last Waltz
May 10, 1978 The End
June 28, 1978 Convoy[N 36] co-production with EMI Films
July 19, 1978 Revenge of the Pink Panther
August 2, 1978 Interiors
August 2, 1978 Who'll Stop the Rain
October 25, 1978 Comes a Horseman
October 30, 1978 Message from Space US distribution only; produced in Japan by Toei Company
November 8, 1978 Slow Dancing in the Big City
November 15, 1978 The Lord of the Rings[N 32] distribution only
December 6, 1978 The Adventures of Gerard
December 17, 1978 Uncle Joe Shannon
December 20, 1978 Invasion of the Body Snatchers
February 2, 1979 The First Great Train Robbery
March 9, 1979 The Passage
March 14, 1979 Hair
March 30, 1979 La Cage aux Folles
April 15, 1979 Fedora distribution only
April 25, 1979 Manhattan
May 4, 1979 Last Embrace
June 15, 1979 Rocky II
June 29, 1979 Moonraker Eon Productions, distribution only
June 1979 Crime Busters
June 1979 Wanda Nevada
August 10, 1979 Americathon[N 19]
August 15, 1979 Apocalypse Now[N 37] distribution only, produced by American Zoetrope
Nominee for the Academy Award for Best Picture
August 17, 1979 Rich Kids
September 19, 1979 Yanks distribution in other countries; Universal Pictures distributed the film in the US
October 17, 1979 The Black Stallion Co-production with American Zoetrope
October 19, 1979 Chilly Scenes of Winter Also known as Head Over Heels
November 6, 1979 The Fish That Saved Pittsburgh[N 19] distribution only; produced by Lorimar Productions
December 18, 1979 The Human Factor Distributed by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer[N 19]
December 19, 1979 Being There[N 19] distribution only; produced by Lorimar Productions
December 21, 1979 Cuba
December 21, 1979 Roller Boogie

1980s

Release date Title Notes
January 18, 1980 Windows
February 15, 1980 Cruising theatrical distribution only; produced by Lorimar Productions[N 19]
February 29, 1980 Foxes
March 12, 1980 A Small Circle of Friends
March 30, 1980 The Canterbury Tales[N 27] distribution only
April 1980 Leo and Loree distribution only
May 2, 1980 Happy Birthday, Gemini
May 16, 1980 The Long Riders distribution only
May 23, 1980 Carny distribution only; produced by Lorimar Productions[N 19]
June 13, 1980 Roadie distribution only
July 18, 1980 The Big Red One distribution only; produced by Lorimar Productions[N 19]
July 27, 1980 Arabian Nights
August 1, 1980 The Final Countdown[N 38] USA theatrical distribution, co-production with Polyc, B.V. and Bryna Productions
August 15, 1980 Those Lips, Those Eyes distribution only
September 17, 1980 The Last Metro
September 26, 1980 Stardust Memories
October 18, 1980 Motel Hell distribution only
November 14, 1980 The Idolmaker distribution only
November 19, 1980 Heaven's Gate
December 19, 1980 Raging Bull Nominee for the Academy Award for Best Picture
1981 Invaders from the Deep[N 15] distribution only
February 13, 1981 The Dogs of War distribution only
February 15, 1981 La Cage aux Folles II distribution only
March 11, 1981 Diva
March 20, 1981 Cutter's Way
March 27, 1981 Thief
April 17, 1981 Caveman distribution only
June 26, 1981 For Your Eyes Only Eon Productions, co-produced with Danjaq S.A.
July 24, 1981 Eye of the Needle distribution only
August 4, 1981 Lola
August 14, 1981 Deadly Blessing[N 6] distribution only; co-production with PolyGram Filmed Entertainment.
September 18, 1981 The French Lieutenant's Woman
September 25, 1981 True Confessions distribution only
October 1981 Galaxy of Terror distribution only
February 12, 1982 The Beast Within
April 2, 1982 Penitentiary II distribution only
April 23, 1982 National Lampoon's Movie Madness distribution only
April 1982 Pandemonium
May 14, 1982 The House Where Evil Dwells
May 28, 1982 Rocky III
May 1982 Safari 3000 distribution only
July 2, 1982 The Secret of NIMH distribution only as MGM/UA Entertainment Co.; produced by Aurora and Don Bluth Productions
September 16, 1982 The Night of the Shooting Stars
October 21, 1982 The Plague Dogs UK distribution only, produced by Nepenthe Productions
October 22, 1982 Jinxed!
November 19, 1982 Still of the Night
December 17, 1982 Trail of the Pink Panther
February 13, 1983 Twilight Time
March 25, 1983 The Black Stallion Returns
April 22, 1983 Exposed
June 3, 1983 WarGames
June 10, 1983 Octopussy Eon Productions, co-produced with Danjaq S.A.
June 12, 1983 L'Étoile du Nord distribution only
June 22, 1983 The Draughtsman's Contract produced by British Film Institute and Channel 4
August 12, 1983 Curse of the Pink Panther
October 7, 1983 Romantic Comedy co-production with Mirisch Company
October 9, 1983 Streamers
December 9, 1983 Yentl
January 13, 1984 Hot Dog... The Movie
June 22, 1984 The Pope of Greenwich Village
August 10, 1984 Red Dawn [10]
September 21, 1984 Until September
October 5, 1984 Teachers
October 12, 1984 Garbo Talks
February 22, 1985 Martin's Day
March 1, 1985 The Aviator
May 3, 1985 Movers & Shakers
May 24, 1985 A View to a Kill Eon Productions, co-produced with Danjaq S.A.
July 19, 1985 Wetherby
November 1, 1985 To Live and Die in L.A.
November 27, 1985 Rocky IV
January 31, 1986 Youngblood Released by MGM/UA Entertainment Co.
July 31, 1987 The Living Daylights Eon Productions, co-produced with Danjaq S.A.
September 25, 1987 Real Men
September 25, 1987 You Talkin' to Me?
October 7, 1987 Baby Boom
January 29, 1988 Born to Race distribution only
April 1, 1988 Bright Lights, Big City
May 13, 1988 Illegally Yours Co-production with DeLaurentiis Entertainment Group
May 20, 1988 Rikki and Pete distribution only
July 13, 1988 It Takes Two
August 26, 1988 Betrayed
October 14, 1988 Pumpkinhead distribution only[11]
November 9, 1988 Child's Play [12]
December 14, 1988 I'm Gonna Git You Sucka
December 16, 1988 Rain Man Winner of the Academy Award for Best Picture
April 28, 1989 The Horror Show distribution only
May 12, 1989 Buying Time
May 12, 1989 Night Visitor distribution only
May 12, 1989 The Rachel Papers
May 12, 1989 Season of Fear distribution only
May 19, 1989 Road House distribution only[13]
July 14, 1989 Licence to Kill Eon Productions, co-produced with Danjaq S.A.
August 25, 1989 Little Monsters
September 8, 1989 The Runnin' Kind distribution only
September 15, 1989 True Love
October 13, 1989 Damned River distribution only
November 17, 1989 All Dogs Go to Heaven US distribution only; co-production with Goldcrest Films and Sullivan Bluth Studios
December 22, 1989 Always distributed by Universal Pictures; co-production with Amblin Entertainment and Universal Pictures[14]

1990s

Release date Title Notes
April 20, 1990 Lisa
November 16, 1990 Rocky V
January 20, 1991 Suspicion
December 20, 1992 Driveclub
August 27, 1993 Son of the Pink Panther co-production with Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer
September 23, 1994 Sleep with Me co-production with August Entertainment
1995 The Fantasticks
March 31, 1995 Tank Girl co-produced with Trilogy Entertainment Group
April 7, 1995 Rob Roy
August 25, 1995 Lord of Illusions
September 15, 1995 Hackers
September 22, 1995 Showgirls US distribution only; co-production with Carolco Pictures and Chargeurs
October 27, 1995 Leaving Las Vegas
November 17, 1995 GoldenEye Eon Productions, co-produced with Danjaq
December 1, 1995 Wild Bill co-produced with The Zanuck Company
December 29, 1995 Richard III
March 8, 1996 The Birdcage
March 22, 1996 It's My Party distribution only
March 29, 1996 A Family Thing
November 1, 1996 Larger Than Life
November 8, 1996 Mad Dog Time Also known as Trigger Happy; distribution only
February 14, 1997 Touch co-produce with Lumière International
August 27, 1997 Hoodlum distribution only
December 19, 1997 Tomorrow Never Dies Eon Productions, co-produced with Danjaq
February 13, 1998 Hurricane Streets distribution only
March 13, 1998 The Man in the Iron Mask
September 25, 1998 Ronin
February 26, 1999 Just the Ticket
March 12, 1999 The Rage: Carrie 2
August 6, 1999 The Thomas Crown Affair
November 19, 1999 The World Is Not Enough Eon Productions, co-production with Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer; copyright holder
December 10, 1999 Miss Julie distribution only

2000s

Release date Title Notes
January 22, 2000 Things You Can Tell Just by Looking at Her
March 24, 2000 Mr. Accident distribution only
September 15, 2000 Crime and Punishment in Suburbia distribution only
April 20, 2001 The Claim distribution only
August 3, 2001 Ghost World co-production with Granada Productions
August 31, 2001 Jeepers Creepers co-production with American Zoetrope
September 28, 2001 Born Romantic distribution only
December 7, 2001 No Man's Land distribution only
Winner of the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film
March 29, 2002 No Such Thing co-production with American Zoetrope
May 3, 2002 Deuces Wild distribution only
May 24, 2002 CQ co-production with American Zoetrope
June 28, 2002 Pumpkin co-production with American Zoetrope
August 9, 2002 24 Hour Party People distribution only; produced by Revolution Films, UK Film Council, FilmFour and Baby Cow Productions
September 13, 2002 Igby Goes Down
October 11, 2002 Bowling for Columbine distribution only; produced by Alliance Atlantis
October 25, 2002 All or Nothing distribution only; produced by StudioCanal
November 22, 2002 Die Another Day Eon Productions, co-production with Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer; copyright holder
November 27, 2002 Personal Velocity: Three Portraits distribution only
December 13, 2002 Evelyn distribution only
December 27, 2002 Nicholas Nickleby
February 21, 2003 Dark Blue co-production with Alphaville Films
March 28, 2003 Assassination Tango co-production with American Zoetrope
April 25, 2003 City of Ghosts distribution only
May 30, 2003 Together distribution only
August 29, 2003 Jeepers Creepers II co-production with American Zoetrope
October 17, 2003 Pieces of April
February 6, 2004 Osama
May 14, 2004 Coffee and Cigarettes
May 28, 2004 Saved!
August 6, 2004 Code 46 distribution only, co-produced by BBC Films and Revolution Films
September 24, 2004 The Yes Men distribution only
October 22, 2004 Undertow
December 22, 2004 Hotel Rwanda co-distributed with Lions Gate Entertainment
April 15, 2005 The Amityville Horror co-produced by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer and Dimension Films; copyright holder
September 30, 2005 Capote co-distributed with Sony Pictures Classics and Columbia Pictures
Nominee for the Academy Award for Best Picture
May 5, 2006 Art School Confidential co-distributed with Sony Pictures Classics and Columbia Pictures
September 26, 2006 The Woods
November 17, 2006 Casino Royale Eon Productions, co-production with Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer and Columbia Pictures; copyright holder
December 20, 2006 Rocky Balboa co-production with Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Columbia Pictures and Revolution Studios; copyright holder
September 7, 2007 Romance & Cigarettes co-production with The Coen Brothers and Icon Productions
November 9, 2007 Lions for Lambs co-production with Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer
November 14, 2008 Quantum of Solace Eon Productions, co-production with Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer and Columbia Pictures; copyright holder
December 25, 2008 Valkyrie co-production with Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer
September 25, 2009 Fame co-production with Lakeshore Entertainment and Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer

2010s

Release date Title Notes
March 26, 2010 Hot Tub Time Machine co-production with Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer; the last original film to be released under the banner.
April 13, 2012 The Cabin in the Woods[15] uncredited; co-production with Lionsgate and Mutant Enemy[16]
November 9, 2012 Skyfall Eon Productions, co-production with Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer and Columbia Pictures; copyright holder
November 21, 2012 Red Dawn co-production with FilmDistrict; copyright holder
February 20, 2015 Hot Tub Time Machine 2 co-production with Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer and Paramount Pictures; copyright holder[citation needed]
November 6, 2015 Spectre Eon Productions, co-production with Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer and Columbia Pictures, copyright holder[citation needed]
November 25, 2015 Creed co-production with Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer and Warner Bros. North American distribution, copyright holder[citation needed]
February 14, 2019 Fighting with My Family US distribution; produced by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer[17]
April 12, 2019 Missing Link US distribution; produced by Annapurna Pictures[N 39]
May 10, 2019 The Hustle US distribution; produced by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer
May 24, 2019 Booksmart US distribution; produced by Annapurna Pictures
June 21, 2019 Child's Play US distribution; produced by Orion Pictures
August 9, 2019 Where'd You Go, Bernadette US distribution; produced by Annapurna Pictures[17]

Upcoming films

Release date Title Notes
April 8, 2020 No Time to Die US distribution; produced by Eon Productions, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer and Universal Pictures;[17][18] copyright holder[citation needed]

See also

Notes

  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r Rights are now held by The Mary Pickford Foundation.
  2. ^ a b c d e f g h Rights are now held by Roy Export SAS in conjunction with MK2 and Janus Films. Public domain films are only in U.S.
  3. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q This film is now in public domain.
  4. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z aa ab ac ad ae af ag ah ai aj ak al am an ao ap aq ar as at au av aw Rights are now held by Warner Bros. (domestic) and Miramax (international) under the Samuel Goldwyn Jr. Family Trust.
  5. ^ a b c Rights are now held by Turner Entertainment Company, Inc. Distributed by Warner Bros.
  6. ^ a b c Rights are now held by Universal Studios.
  7. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p Rights are now owned by 20th Century Fox.
  8. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z Rights now belong to Universal Studios on behalf of DreamWorks Classics, while distribution is licensed to Westchester Films/Shout! Factory and/or other companies.
  9. ^ a b c d e f Rights are now held by ABC, Inc. Released for home video by various distributors worldwide under license from Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment.
  10. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q Rights are now held by Westchester Films. Distributed by Shout! Factory and/or other companies.
  11. ^ Rights are owned by ABC, Inc. Distributed by Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures
  12. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z aa ab ac ad ae af ag ah Rights now owned by Sonar Entertainment.
  13. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z aa ab ac ad ae af ag Rights are now controlled by Republic/Paramount Pictures, with Olive Films currently handling home video rights (previously held by Lionsgate). Copyright held by "Melange Pictures, LLC."
  14. ^ a b c Rights are now held by Films Around The World, Inc.
  15. ^ a b c All rights held by ITV Studios Global Entertainment
  16. ^ Rights are now held by StudioCanal.
  17. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y Rights are now held by U.S. Television Office, Inc.
  18. ^ a b c d e f g h i j Rights are now held by Cohen Media Group.
  19. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l Rights are now held by Warner Bros.
  20. ^ Rights owned by the original UK distributor Renown Pictures Corporation with VCI Home Entertainment handling home video rights.
  21. ^ Rights are now held by Paramount Pictures (domestic) and ITV Studios Global Entertainment (International).
  22. ^ a b Rights are owned by Otto Preminger Films, Ltd.
  23. ^ Owned by TV Matters/Ignite Films.
  24. ^ Rights are now held by Woodfall Films. Distributed by Janus Films.
  25. ^ Rights now owned by Bruce A. Karsh through HDN LLC, distributed by Janus Films.
  26. ^ a b c Rights are now held by Apple Corps, Ltd. Distributed by Universal Music, under license from Apple Corps Ltd.
  27. ^ a b c d e f g h i Ancillary rights are now owned by Pea Films (aka Produzioni Europee Associate), although UA (via MGM) retains distribution.
  28. ^ Ancillary and international rights are now owned by StudioCanal, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer holds most USA rights, while Lionsgate and MGM share digital rights depending on platform, and worldwide television distribution rights are held by Sony Pictures Television o/b/o Embassy Television.
  29. ^ Rights are now held by Madman Entertainment and the National Film and Sound Archive on behalf of the Wake in Fright Trust. North American distribution rights owned by Drafthouse Films (licensed to Image Entertainment for home media distribution); British distribution rights owned by Eureka Entertainment as part of the Masters of Cinema series.
  30. ^ Most rights previously held by ITV Global Entertainment Ltd., though MGM owns the copyright. As of the present, MGM owns theatrical, digital, and television rights in the US while all other rights still stand with Universal Pictures (under Focus Features) and ITC successor ITV.
  31. ^ Rights owned by the alternate distributor, Bryanston Distributing Company.
  32. ^ a b Rights are held by Fantasy Films and The Saul Zaentz Company with Warner Bros. handling distribution
  33. ^ USA rights owned by Turner Entertainment on virtue of its purchase of the pre-May 1986 MGM library.
  34. ^ General worldwide distribution rights owned by UA (later MGM). US distribution rights owned by Paramount Pictures (sublicensed to Olive Films for home media distribution); UK (and formerly Italy) distribution rights owned by 20th Century Fox (sublicensed to Eureka Entertainment as part of the Masters of Cinema series for home media distribution).
  35. ^ Right share between MGM and Saul Zaentz (with Warner Bros. handling distribution)
  36. ^ Ancillary and international rights are now held by StudioCanal, although UA (via MGM) holds domestic rights.
  37. ^ Rights are now held by Lionsgate (theatrical) and Debmar-Mercury (television), in co-operation with Zoetrope Corporation.
  38. ^ Rights are held by Barclays Mercantile Industrial Finance, Ltd. and Icon International (sublicenced to Blue Underground for home media distribution).
  39. ^ Distribution rights later reverted to Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures (under 20th Century Fox).

References

  1. ^ That Hamilton Woman at the American Film Institute Catalog
  2. ^ To Be or Not to Be at the American Film Institute Catalog
  3. ^ Jungle Book at the American Film Institute Catalog
  4. ^ "One of Our Aircraft Missing, Featuring Godfrey Tearle, Eric Portman and Hugh Williams, Is Seen at the Globe Theatre". The New York Times. November 3, 1942. Retrieved March 23, 2019.
  5. ^ The Moon and Sixpence at the American Film Institute Catalog
  6. ^ I Married a Witch at the American Film Institute Catalog
  7. ^ Crowther, Bosley (December 24, 1942). "In Which We Serve, Depicting Cruel Realities of This War, Is Presented at Capitol. Noel Coward Heads Cast". The New York Times. Retrieved March 23, 2019.
  8. ^ "Featuring an advertisement for "Champion of Death", a.k.a. "Karate Bullfighter"". The Evening Independent. November 11, 1976. Retrieved April 22, 2014.
  9. ^ PA0000241949 / 1984-12-13 (United States Copyright Office)
  10. ^ "Red Dawn". AFI Catalog of Feature Films. Retrieved February 3, 2018.
  11. ^ "Pumpkinhead". AFI Catalog of Feature Films. Retrieved February 3, 2018.
  12. ^ "Child's Play (1988)". AFI Catalog of Feature Films. Retrieved February 3, 2018.
  13. ^ "Road House". AFI Catalog of Feature Films. Retrieved February 3, 2018.
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