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This is a partial listing of films produced and/or distributed by Universal Pictures, the main motion picture production/distribution arm of Universal Studios, a subsidiary of NBC Universal.


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Title Release Date Notes
Hell Bent for Leather February 1, 1960
Four Fast Guns February 10, 1960
Too Fast for Love February 1960
The Cossacks May 1960
The Leech Woman May 1960
Portrait in Black July 27, 1960
Dinosaurus! August 10, 1960
College Confidential August 20, 1960
The Brides of Dracula September 5, 1960
Seven Ways from Sundown September 25, 1960
Spartacus October 7, 1960
Midnight Lace October 13, 1960
The Grass Is Greener December 23, 1960
Chartroose Caboose December 28, 1960
The Private Lives of Adam and Eve December 1960
The Great Impostor March 1, 1961
Wings of Change March 1, 1961
Cone of Silence March 29, 1961
Tomboy and the Champ April 1, 1961
The Secret Ways April 1961
Blast of Silence April 1961
Posse from Hell May 1, 1961
Ole Rex May 1, 1961
The Pharaoh's Woman May 1961
The Last Sunset June 7, 1961
The Shadow of the Cat June 7, 1961
The Curse of the Werewolf June 7, 1961
Romanoff and Juliet June 8, 1961
Tammy Tell Me True July 26, 1961
Come September August 9, 1961
The Sergeant Was a Lady September 1961
Back Street October 11, 1961
Flower Drum Song November 9, 1961
Lover Come Back December 20, 1961 distribution
The Outsider December 1961
The Day the Earth Caught Fire March 15, 1962
Nearly a Nasty Accident March 28, 1962
Cape Fear April 12, 1962
Six Black Horses April 24, 1962
Lonely Are the Brave May 24, 1962
Captain Clegg June 13, 1962
That Touch of Mink June 14, 1962 distributor only
The Spiral Road August 3, 1962
The Phantom of the Opera August 15, 1962
No Man Is an Island September 20, 1962
Stagecoach to Dancers' Rock October 1, 1962
If a Man Answers October 10, 1962
Freud: The Secret Passion December 12, 1962
To Kill a Mockingbird December 25, 1962
40 Pounds of Trouble December 31, 1962
The Birds March 28, 1963
The Ugly American April 2, 1963
Showdown May 3, 1963
Paranoiac May 15, 1963
The Traitors May 15, 1963
Tammy and the Doctor May 29, 1963
The List of Adrian Messenger May 29, 1963
Lancelot and Guinevere June 5, 1963
A Gathering of Eagles June 21, 1963
King Kong vs. Godzilla June 26, 1963 U.S. distribution of 1962 Japanese Toho film, co-production with Columbia Pictures
The Thrill of It All July 17, 1963
For Love or Money August 7, 1963
Mystery Submarine August 22, 1963
The Kiss of the Vampire September 11, 1963
Charade December 5, 1963
Captain Newman, M.D. December 25, 1963
The Raiders December 1963
Man's Favorite Sport? January 29, 1964
Dark Purpose February 5, 1964
He Rides Tall February 26, 1964
The Wild and the Willing February 26, 1964
Hide and Seek March 11, 1964
The Dream Maker April 22, 1964
The Evil of Frankenstein May 8, 1964
The Brass Bottle May 20, 1964
The Chalk Garden May 21, 1964
Bedtime Story June 10, 1964
Wild and Wonderful June 10, 1964
Nightmare June 17, 1964
McHale's Navy June 1964
Island of the Blue Dolphins July 3, 1964
Marnie July 22, 1964
I'd Rather Be Rich August 26, 1964
Bullet for a Badman September 1, 1964
Send Me No Flowers October 14, 1964
The Lively Set October 24, 1964
Live It Up November 4, 1964
Kitten with a Whip November 4, 1964
Father Goose December 10, 1964
The Guns of August December 24, 1964
Taggart December 24, 1964
The Night Walker December 1964
Blind Corner January 20, 1965
Andy January 23, 1965
Strange Bedfellows February 10, 1965
Bus Riley's Back in Town March 24, 1965
The Truth About Spring March 31, 1965
The World of Abbott and Costello April 1, 1965
The Naked Brigade April 1, 1965
The Sword of Ali Baba April 1965
The Secret of Blood Island April 1965
Wild Seed May 5, 1965
Mirage May 26, 1965
Shenandoah June 3, 1965
Fluffy June 27, 1965
The Art of Love June 30, 1965
McHale's Navy Joins the Air Force July 9, 1965
I Saw What You Did July 21, 1965
Dark Intruder July 21, 1965
The Ipcress File August 2, 1965 U.S. distribution only; prouced by Lowndes Productions Limited
Love and Kisses August 5, 1965
A Very Special Favor August 14, 1965
That Funny Feeling August 25, 1965
The War Lord November 17, 1965
Pinocchio in Outer Space December 22, 1965 distribution only; produced by Belvision Studios
Wild Wild Winter January 5, 1966
Agent for H.A.R.M. January 5, 1966
The Ghost and Mr. Chicken January 20, 1966
Moment to Moment January 27, 1966
The Rare Breed February 2, 1966
A Man Could Get Killed March 25, 1966
The Boy Cried Murder April 13, 1966
Madame X April 27, 1966
Gunpoint April 27, 1966
Arabesque May 5, 1966
Out of Sight May 12, 1966
...And Now Miguel May 17, 1966
Blindfold May 25, 1966
Johnny Tiger June 15, 1966
Munster, Go Home! June 15, 1966
Incident at Phantom Hill July 1, 1966
Torn Curtain July 14, 1966
The Pad and How to Use It August 17, 1966
The Plainsman August 1966
Beau Geste September 7, 1966
The Appaloosa September 14, 1966
Texas Across the River October 26, 1966
Fahrenheit 451 November 14, 1966 U.S. distribution only
Let's Kill Uncle November 18, 1966
Gambit December 21, 1966
The Far Out West 1967
The Ballad of Josie February 1, 1967
Tobruk February 7, 1967
Deadlier Than the Male February 21, 1967
Island of Terror February 1967
The Projected Man February 1967
A Countess from Hong Kong March 15, 1967
Thoroughly Modern Millie March 21, 1967
Gunfight in Abilene March 1967
The Jokers May 15, 1967
The War Wagon May 27, 1967
Tammy and the Millionaire May 1967
Ride to Hangman's Tree May 1967
The Reluctant Astronaut June 14, 1967
Palaces of a Queen June 26, 1967
Privilege July 24, 1967
Rough Night in Jericho August 1, 1967
The Perils of Pauline August 2, 1967
The King's Pirate August 1967
Games September 17, 1967
Chappaqua November 5, 1967
Rosie! November 22, 1967
Banning December 13, 1967
Nobody's Perfect January 12, 1968
Pretty Polly January 24, 1968
Sergeant Ryker February 1, 1968
The Young Warriors February 7, 1968
Charlie Bubbles February 11, 1968
The Secret War of Harry Frigg February 29, 1968
P.J. March 6, 1968
A Man Called Gannon March 8, 1968
Counterpoint March 13, 1968
Madigan March 29, 1968
The Champagne Murders April 24, 1968
What's So Bad About Feeling Good? May 24, 1968
Boom! May 26, 1968
Warkill May 1968
Three Guns for Texas May 1968
The Counterfeit Killer May 1968
Jigsaw June 5, 1968
King Kong Escapes June 19, 1968 U.S. distribution of Japanese-made 1967 Toho film, co-production with Columbia Pictures
The Shakiest Gun in the West July 10, 1968
A Lovely Way to Die July 12, 1968
Did You Hear the One About the Traveling Saleslady? July 14, 1968
In Enemy Country July 1968
Zita August 11, 1968
The Killing Game August 26, 1968
The Hell with Heroes August 28, 1968
Don't Just Stand There! September 4, 1968
Oedipus the King September 18, 1968
The Bofors Gun September 22, 1968
Work Is a Four-Letter Word September 25, 1968
Coogan's Bluff October 2, 1968
The Pink Jungle October 16, 1968
Secret Ceremony October 23, 1968
Hellfighters November 27, 1968
Strategy of Terror January 1, 1969
The Night of the Following Day February 19, 1969
The Last Adventure February 19, 1969
Better a Widow February 1969
Dead Run March 1969
Sweet Charity April 1, 1969
Angel in My Pocket April 2, 1969
Isadora April 27, 1969
Death of a Gunfighter May 9, 1969
Winning May 22, 1969
Backtrack! May 26, 1969
Eye of the Cat June 18, 1969
A Degree of Murder June 1969
The Wise Guys June 1969
The Lost Man July 11, 1969
The Love God? August 1969
House of Cards September 14, 1969
The Adding Machine September 23, 1969
Arabella September 1969
Three Into Two Won't Go October 6, 1969
Wild Season October 1969
Change of Habit November 10, 1969
Journey to the Far Side of the Sun November 11, 1969
The Activist December 10, 1969
Anne of the Thousand Days December 18, 1969
Tell Them Willie Boy Is Here December 18, 1969
Topaz December 19, 1969


1970sEdit

Title Release Date Notes
A Time in the Sun January 27, 1970
Story of a Woman February 1970
Airport March 5, 1970 and its sequels "Airport 1975," "Airport '77," and "The Concorde ... Airport '79," respectively
Skullduggery March 6, 1970
A Nun at the Crossroads March 1970
Colossus: The Forbin Project April 8, 1970
Cockeyed Cowboys of Calico County April 1970
In Search of Gregory May 6, 1970
Pufnstuf May 1970 co-production with Sid & Marty Krofft Pictures
Two Mules for Sister Sara June 16, 1970
Diary of a Mad Housewife August 10, 1970
Dreams of Glass August 16, 1970
Act of the Heart November 25, 1970
Puzzle of a Downfall Child December 16, 1970
I Love My Wife December 21, 1970
A Very Curious Girl December 30, 1970
Sometimes a Great Notion December 31, 1970
Raid on Rommel February 12, 1971
How to Frame a Figg February 1971
The Andromeda Strain March 12, 1971
Taking Off March 28, 1971
The Beguiled March 31, 1971
Red Sky at Morning May 12, 1971
One More Train to Rob June 1, 1971
They Might Be Giants June 9, 1971
Two-Lane Blacktop July 7, 1971
The Hired Hand August 11, 1971
The Last Movie September 29, 1971
Shoot Out October 13, 1971
The Railway Children October 28, 1971 U.S. distribution
Play Misty for Me November 12, 1971
Minnie and Moskowitz December 22, 1971
Mary, Queen of Scots February 2, 1972
Silent Running March 10, 1972
Slaughterhouse-Five March 15, 1972
The Ra Expeditions March 23, 1972
The Great Northfield Minnesota Raid June 14, 1972
The Groundstar Conspiracy June 21, 1972
Frenzy June 21, 1972
Twins of Evil June 1972
Hands of the Ripper July 13, 1972
Joe Kidd July 14, 1972
Follow Me! July 18, 1972
You'll Like My Mother October 13, 1972
Ulzana's Raid October 18, 1972
Play It As It Lays October 19, 1972
Limbo November 1972
Pete 'n' Tillie December 17, 1972
Trick Baby December 22, 1972
Two People March 18, 1973
Bequest to the Nation April 18, 1973
Guns of a Stranger May 1, 1973
Showdown June 20, 1973
The Day of the Jackal July 30, 1973
SSSSSSS July 1973
The Naked Ape August 1, 1973
The Boy Who Cried Werewolf August 1, 1973
American Graffiti August 11, 1973 plus sequel in 1979
Jesus Christ Superstar August 15, 1973
High Plains Drifter August 22, 1973
Charley Varrick October 19, 1973
The Don Is Dead November 14, 1973
Breezy November 18, 1973
The Sting December 25, 1973 plus sequel in 1983
Willie Dynamite January 23, 1974
That Man Bolt January 30, 1974
The Sugarland Express April 5, 1974
The Black Windmill May 17, 1974
The Midnight Man June 14, 1974
My Name is Nobody June 1974
Newman's Law August 21, 1974
The Girl from Petrovka August 22, 1974
Airport 1975 October 18, 1974
Janis October 18, 1974
Earthquake November 15, 1974
The Front Page December 17, 1974
The Great Waldo Pepper March 13, 1975
Homo Eroticus March 28, 1975
The Eiger Sanction May 21, 1975
Jaws June 20, 1975 and its sequels in 1978, 1983, and 1987
Sidecar Racers October 8, 1975
Rooster Cogburn October 17, 1975
The Other Side of the Mountain November 14, 1975
Special Section December 7, 1975
The Hindenburg December 25, 1975
Jim the World's Greatest January 1976
Gable and Lombard February 11, 1976
W.C. Fields and Me March 31, 1976
Mustang Country March 1976
Family Plot April 9, 1976
Midway June 18, 1976
The Bingo Long Traveling All-Stars & Motor Kings July 16, 1976
Swashbuckler July 29, 1976
The Bawdy Adventures of Tom Jones August 1976
Car Wash October 22, 1976
The Seven-Per-Cent Solution October 24, 1976
The Slipper and the Rose November 4, 1976
Two-Minute Warning November 12, 1976
Checkered Flag or Crash 1977
The Sentinel January 7, 1977
Fellini's Casanova February 11, 1977 U.S. theatrical distribution only
Slap Shot February 25, 1977
Airport '77 March 11, 1977
The Car May 13, 1977
Smokey and the Bandit May 27, 1977 plus sequels in 1980 and 1983
Forever Young, Forever Free May 1977
Rollercoaster June 17, 1977
Sorcerer June 24, 1977 co-production with Paramount Pictures
MacArthur June 30, 1977
The Last Remake of Beau Geste July 15, 1977
Which Way Is Up? November 4, 1977
Heroes November 4, 1977
The Choirboys December 23, 1977
September 30, 1955 January 6, 1978
The Other Side of the Mountain Part 2 February 10, 1978
Blue Collar February 10, 1978
Skateboard February 1978
Gray Lady Down March 10, 1978
House Calls March 15, 1978
I Wanna Hold Your Hand April 21, 1978
FM April 1978
The Greek Tycoon May 12, 1978
Nunzio May 12, 1978
Jaws 2 June 16, 1978
Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band July 24, 1978 co-production with Robert Stigwood Organisation and Paramount Pictures
National Lampoon's Animal House July 28, 1978
Almost Summer September 22, 1978
Paradise Alley September 22, 1978
The Big Fix October 6, 1978
The Wiz October 24, 1978
Caravans November 2, 1978
Same Time, Next Year November 22, 1978
The Deer Hunter December 8, 1978 co-production with EMI Films
The Brink's Job December 8, 1978
Moment by Moment December 22, 1978
Streets of Hong Kong 1979
Five Days from Home January 1979
The Promise March 8, 1979
Buck Rogers in the 25th Century March 30, 1979
Battlestar Galactica May 1979 Modified version released theatrically of pilot movie for 1978 ABC-TV series
Fast Charlie... the Moonbeam Rider May 1979
Walk Proud June 15, 1979
Dracula July 20, 1979
More American Graffiti August 3, 1979
The Concorde ... Airport '79 August 17, 1979
The Prisoner of Zenda August 17, 1979 co-production with The Mirisch Corporation
The Seduction of Joe Tynan August 17, 1979
The Legacy September 14, 1979
Yanks September 19, 1979 U.S. distribution only; United Artists released the film overseas
Running November 16, 1979
1941 December 14, 1979 co-production with Columbia Pictures
The Jerk December 14, 1979
The Electric Horseman December 21, 1979 co-production with Columbia Pictures


1980sEdit

Title Release Date Notes
Guyana: Cult of the Damned January 25, 1980
The Last Married Couple in America February 8, 1980
Coal Miner's Daughter March 7, 1980
Little Miss Marker March 21, 1980
North Sea Hijack April 18, 1980
Where the Buffalo Roam April 25, 1980
The Nude Bomb May 9, 1980
The Gong Show Movie May 23, 1980
The Island June 13, 1980
The Blues Brothers June 20, 1980
Cheech and Chong's Next Movie July 18, 1980
Xanadu August 8, 1980
Smokey and the Bandit II August 15, 1980
Melvin and Howard September 19, 1980
In God We Tru$t September 26, 1980
Resurrection September 26, 1980
Somewhere in Time October 3, 1980
Flash Gordon December 5, 1980 U.S. distribution only
The White Lions 1981
Invaders from the Deep 1981
Burned at the Stake 1981
The Incredible Shrinking Woman January 30, 1981
All Night Long March 6, 1981
The Funhouse March 13, 1981
Nighthawks April 4, 1981
Beyond the Reef April 24, 1981
Cattle Annie and Little Britches April 24, 1981
King of the Mountain May 1, 1981
The Four Seasons May 22, 1981
Bustin' Loose May 22, 1981
The Legend of the Lone Ranger May 22, 1981 distribution only, produced by ITC Entertainment
The Great Muppet Caper June 26, 1981 distribution only, produced by ITC Entertainment
Endless Love July 17, 1981 Universal distributed PolyGram Pictures production
An American Werewolf in London August 21, 1981 Universal distributed PolyGram Pictures production
Honky Tonk Freeway August 21, 1981
Continental Divide September 18, 1981 co-production with Amblin Entertainment
Raggedy Man September 18, 1981
Zoot Suit October 2, 1981
Silence of the North October 23, 1981
Halloween II October 30, 1981
The Pursuit of D.B. Cooper November 13, 1981
On Golden Pond December 4, 1981 distribution only; produced by ITC Entertainment
Ghost Story December 18, 1981
Heartbeeps December 18, 1981
The Border January 31, 1982
Missing February 12, 1982
Barbarosa February 19, 1982
Evil Under the Sun March 5, 1982
A Little Sex April 2, 1982
Death Valley May 7, 1982
Conan the Barbarian May 14, 1982
Dead Men Don't Wear Plaid May 21, 1982 co-production with Aspen Film Society
Cat People April 2, 1982 co-production with RKO Pictures
E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial June 11, 1982 co-production with Amblin Entertainment
The Thing June 25, 1982
The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas July 23, 1982
Fast Times at Ridgemont High August 13, 1982
Halloween III: Season of the Witch October 22, 1982
Frances December 3, 1982
Sophie's Choice December 8, 1982 distribution only, produced by ITC Entertainment
The Dark Crystal December 17, 1982 distribution only, produced by ITC Entertainment
Six Weeks December 24, 1982
Videodrome February 4, 1983 distribuition only, produced with the participation of the Canadian Film Development Corporation and Famous Players
The Pirates of Penzance February 18, 1983
The Sting II February 18, 1983
Second Thoughts February 1983
Tender Mercies March 4, 1983
Eddie Macon's Run March 23, 1983
Bad Boys March 25, 1983
Monty Python's The Meaning of Life March 31, 1983
Doctor Detroit May 6, 1983
Psycho II June 3, 1983
Stroker Ace July 1, 1983 co-production with Warner Bros.
Jaws 3-D July 22, 1983
Private School July 29, 1983
Smokey and the Bandit Part 3 August 12, 1983
Metalstorm: The Destruction of Jared-Syn August 19, 1983
Merry Christmas, Mr. Lawrence September 2, 1983 distribution only, produced by Recorded Picture Company
Nightmares September 9, 1983
Cross Creek September 21, 1983
Going Berserk September 30, 1983
The Lonely Lady September 30, 1983
Hanna K. September 30, 1983
Rumble Fish October 21, 1983
Scarface December 9, 1983
D.C. Cab December 16, 1983
Slayground January 27, 1984
The Lonely Guy January 27, 1984
Crackers February 17, 1984
Repo Man March 2, 1984
Tank March 16, 1984
Hard to Hold April 6, 1984
Iceman April 13, 1984
Sixteen Candles May 4, 1984
Firestarter May 11, 1984
Streets of Fire June 1, 1984
Under the Volcano June 13, 1984
Conan the Destroyer June 29, 1984
The Last Starfighter July 13, 1984 co-production with Lorimar
One Deadly Summer July 20, 1984
Cloak and Dagger August 10, 1984
All of Me September 21, 1984
The Wild Life September 28, 1984
Comfort and Joy October 10, 1984 distributor only, co-production with Kings Road Entertainment, Thorn EMI and Scottish Television
Terror in the Aisles October 26, 1984
Dune December 14, 1984
Mass Appeal December 14, 1984
The River December 19, 1984
The Breakfast Club February 15, 1985
Into the Night February 22, 1985
Mask March 8, 1985
Annie's Coming Out April 12, 1985
Stick April 26, 1985
Gotcha! May 3, 1985
Brewster's Millions May 22, 1985
Fletch May 31, 1985
Back to the Future July 3, 1985 co-production with Amblin Entertainment
Weird Science August 2, 1985
James Joyce's Women September 13, 1985
Creator September 20, 1985
Morons from Outer Space September 20, 1985
Dreamchild October 4, 1985
The Holcroft Covenant October 18, 1985
Wild Geese II October 18, 1985
UFOria October 1985
Brazil December 18, 1985 U.S. distribution only; 20th Century Fox held international rights
Out of Africa December 18, 1985
The Best of Times January 31, 1986
The Money Pit March 26, 1986 co-production with Amblin Entertainment
Legend April 18, 1986 U.S. distribution only; 20th Century Fox held international rights
Sweet Liberty May 14, 1986
Legal Eagles June 18, 1986
Psycho III July 2, 1986
Howard the Duck August 1, 1986 co-production with Lucasfilm Ltd. and Marvel Comics
Bullies August 29, 1986
'night, Mother September 12, 1986
Playing for Keeps October 3, 1986 distributor; produced by Miramax Films
Clockwise October 10, 1986
An American Tail November 21, 1986 plus its three sequels, co-production with Amblin Entertainment
Brighton Beach Memoirs December 25, 1986
The Secret of My Success April 10, 1987
The Allnighter May 1, 1987
Harry and the Hendersons June 5, 1987 co-production with Amblin Entertainment
Dragnet June 26, 1987
Jaws: The Revenge July 17, 1987
North Shore August 14, 1987
Born in East L.A. August 21, 1987
Amazon Women on the Moon September 18, 1987
Hail! Hail! Rock 'n' Roll October 9, 1987
Three O'Clock High October 9, 1987
Prince of Darkness October 23, 1987
Positive I.D. October 27, 1987
Cry Freedom November 6, 1987
Cross My Heart November 13, 1987
Walker December 4, 1987
*batteries not included December 18, 1987 co-production with Amblin Entertainment
The Serpent and the Rainbow February 5, 1988
The Milagro Beanfield War March 18, 1988
Biloxi Blues March 25, 1988
Casual Sex? April 22, 1988
Shakedown May 6, 1988
The Great Outdoors June 17, 1988
Phantasm II July 8, 1988
Midnight Run July 20, 1988
The Last Temptation of Christ August 12, 1988 co-production with Cineplex Odeon Films
Moon Over Parador September 9, 1988
Gorillas in the Mist: The Story of Dian Fossey September 23, 1988 co-production with Warner Bros.
Madame Sousatzka October 14, 1988
They Live November 4, 1988
The Land Before Time November 18, 1988 plus sequels, co-production with Amblin Entertainment and Lucasfilm Ltd.
Missing Link November 1988
Screwball Hotel December 1, 1988
Watchers December 2, 1988
Twins December 9, 1988
Talk Radio December 21, 1988
The 'Burbs February 17, 1989 co-production with Imagine Entertainment
Fletch Lives March 17, 1989
The Dream Team April 7, 1989 co-production with Imagine Entertainment
Field of Dreams April 21, 1989
K-9 April 28, 1989
Renegades June 2, 1989 co-production with Morgan Creek Productions
Do the Right Thing June 30, 1989
Return from the River Kwai July 13, 1989
Parenthood August 2, 1989 co-production with Imagine Entertainment
Uncle Buck August 16, 1989
Sea of Love September 15, 1989
Dad October 27, 1989 co-production with Amblin Entertainment
Shocker October 27, 1989
Back to the Future Part II November 22, 1989 co-production with Amblin Entertainment
The Wizard December 15, 1989
Born on the Fourth of July December 20, 1989
Always December 22, 1989 co-production with United Artists and Amblin Entertainment

1990sEdit

Title Release Date Notes
Tremors January 19, 1990
Coupe de Ville March 9, 1990 co-production with Morgan Creek Productions
Opportunity Knocks March 30, 1990 co-production with Imagine Entertainment
Cry-Baby April 6, 1990 co-production with Imagine Entertainment
The Guardian April 27, 1990
Bird on a Wire May 18, 1990
Back to the Future Part III May 25, 1990 co-production with Amblin Entertainment
Ghost Dad June 29, 1990
Jetsons: The Movie July 6, 1990 co-production with Hanna-Barbera Productions
Problem Child July 27, 1990 co-production with Imagine Entertainment
Mo' Better Blues August 3, 1990
Darkman August 24, 1990 plus its two sequels
Henry & June October 5, 1990
White Palace October 19, 1990
Child's Play 2 November 9, 1990
Havana December 12, 1990
Kindergarten Cop December 21, 1990 co-production with Imagine Entertainment
Lionheart January 11, 1991
Once Around January 18, 1991
King Ralph February 15, 1991
Closet Land March 6, 1991 co-production with Imagine Entertainment
The Hard Way March 8, 1991
Career Opportunities March 29, 1991
A Kiss Before Dying April 26, 1991
Backdraft May 24, 1991 co-production with Imagine Entertainment
Jungle Fever June 7, 1991
Problem Child 2 July 3, 1991 co-production with Imagine Entertainment
Mobsters July 26, 1991
Pure Luck August 9, 1991
Child's Play 3 August 30, 1991
Shout October 4, 1991
Cool as Ice October 18, 1991
The People Under the Stairs November 1, 1991
Cape Fear November 13, 1991 co-production with Amblin Entertainment
An American Tail: Fievel Goes West November 22, 1991 co-production with Amblimation
At Play in the Fields of the Lord December 6, 1991
Fried Green Tomatoes December 27, 1991
Kuffs January 10, 1992
Stop! Or My Mom Will Shoot February 21, 1992
American Me March 13, 1992
The Babe April 17, 1992
Leaving Normal April 29, 1992
Far and Away May 22, 1992 co-production with Imagine Entertainment
Beethoven April 3, 1992 co-production with Northern Lights
HouseSitter June 12, 1992 co-production with Imagine Entertainment
Death Becomes Her July 31, 1992
Raising Cain August 7, 1992
Out on a Limb September 4, 1992
Sneakers September 9, 1992
Mr. Baseball October 2, 1992 co-production with Outlaw Productions
The Public Eye October 16, 1992
Dr. Giggles October 23, 1992
Scent of a Woman December 23, 1992
Trespass December 25, 1992
Lorenzo's Oil December 30, 1992
Matinee January 29, 1993
Army of Darkness February 19, 1993
Mad Dog and Glory March 5, 1993
CB4 March 12, 1993 co-production with Imagine Entertainment
Cop and a Half April 2, 1993 co-production with Imagine Entertainment
Splitting Heirs April 30, 1993
Dragon: The Bruce Lee Story May 7, 1993
Jurassic Park June 11, 1993 co-production with Amblin Entertainment
Heart and Souls August 13, 1993
Hard Target August 20, 1993
The Real McCoy September 10, 1993
Dazed and Confused September 24, 1993 co-production with Gramercy Pictures
For Love or Money October 1, 1993 co-production with Imagine Entertainment
Judgment Night October 15, 1993
Carlito's Way November 10, 1993
We're Back! A Dinosaur's Story November 24, 1993 co-production with Amblimation
A Dangerous Woman December 3, 1993 co-production with Amblin Entertainment
Schindler's List December 15, 1993 co-production with Amblin Entertainment
Beethoven's 2nd December 17, 1993 co-production with Northern Lights
The Getaway February 11, 1994
Reality Bites February 18, 1994 co-production with Jersey Films
In the Name of the Father February 25, 1994
Greedy March 4, 1994 co-production with Imagine Entertainment
The Paper March 18, 1994 co-production with Imagine Entertainment
Phantasm III: Lord of the Dead May 6, 1994
Crooklyn May 13, 1994
The Flintstones May 27, 1994 co-production with Amblin Entertainment and Hanna-Barbera Productions
The Cowboy Way June 3, 1994 co-production with Imagine Entertainment
The Shadow July 1, 1994
Foreign Student July 29, 1994
The Little Rascals August 5, 1994 co-production with Amblin Entertainment and King World
A Good Man in Africa September 9, 1994
Timecop September 16, 1994
The River Wild September 30, 1994
Radioland Murders October 21, 1994
The War November 4, 1994
Junior November 23, 1994 co-production with Northern Lights
Street Fighter December 23, 1994 U.S. distribution only; Columbia Pictures held international rights, co-production with Capcom
Demon Knight January 13, 1995
Billy Madison February 10, 1995
The Hunted February 24, 1995
Major Payne March 24, 1995
The Cure April 21, 1995
Village of the Damned April 28, 1995
Casper May 26, 1995 co-production with Amblin Entertainment and Harvey Entertainment
Apollo 13 June 30, 1995 co-production with Imagine Entertainment
Waterworld July 28, 1995
Babe August 4, 1995 distributor
To Wong Foo, Thanks for Everything! Julie Newmar September 8, 1995 co-production with Amblin Entertainment
Clockers September 13, 1995
How to Make an American Quilt October 6, 1995 co-production with Amblin Entertainment
Mallrats October 20, 1995
Gold Diggers: The Secret of Bear Mountain November 3, 1995
Casino November 22, 1995
Balto December 22, 1995 co-production with Amblimation
Sudden Death December 22, 1995
12 Monkeys December 29, 1995
Happy Gilmore February 16, 1996
Ed March 15, 1996
Sgt. Bilko March 29, 1996 co-production with Imagine Entertainment
Fear April 12, 1996 co-production with Imagine Entertainment
Mystery Science Theater 3000: The Movie April 19, 1996 released as Gramercy Pictures
The Quest April 26, 1996
Flipper May 17, 1996
Dragonheart May 31, 1996
The Nutty Professor June 28, 1996 co-production with Imagine Entertainment
The Frighteners July 19, 1996
Bordello of Blood August 16, 1996
The Trigger Effect August 30, 1996 released as Gramercy Pictures; co-production with Amblin Entertainment
Bulletproof September 6, 1996
The Chamber October 11, 1996 co-production with Imagine Entertainment
Daylight December 6, 1996
Fierce Creatures January 24, 1997 co-production with Jersey Films
Dante's Peak February 7, 1997
Leave It to Beaver August 22, 1997
Liar Liar March 21, 1997 co-production with Imagine Entertainment
That Old Feeling April 4, 1997
McHale's Navy April 18, 1997
The Lost World: Jurassic Park May 23, 1997 co-production with Amblin Entertainment
A Simple Wish July 11, 1997
Kull the Conqueror August 29, 1997
The Jackal November 14, 1997 co-production with Mutual Film Company and Alphaville
For Richer or Poorer December 12, 1997
The Boxer December 31, 1997
Half Baked January 16, 1998
Blues Brothers 2000 February 6, 1998
The Borrowers February 13, 1998
Primary Colors March 20, 1998
Mercury Rising April 3, 1998 co-production with Imagine Entertainment
Black Dog May 1, 1998
Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas May 22, 1998 co-production with Summit Entertainment and Rhino Films
Out of Sight June 26, 1998
Small Soldiers July 10, 1998 co-production with DreamWorks and Amblin Entertainment
BASEketball July 31, 1998
One True Thing September 18, 1998
Bride of Chucky October 16, 1998
Meet Joe Black November 13, 1998
Babe: Pig in the City November 25, 1998 sequel to Babe, distributor
Psycho December 4, 1998 co-production with Imagine Entertainment
Shakespeare in Love December 11, 1998 co-production with Miramax Films
Patch Adams December 25, 1998
Virus January 15, 1999
October Sky February 19, 1999
EDtv March 26, 1999 co-production with Imagine Entertainment
Life April 16, 1999 co-production with Imagine Entertainment
The Mummy May 7, 1999 co-production with Alphaville
Notting Hill May 28, 1999
American Pie July 9, 1999
Mystery Men August 6, 1999
Bowfinger August 13, 1999 co-production with Imagine Entertainment
Dudley Do-Right August 27, 1999
For Love of the Game September 17, 1999
The Story of Us October 15, 1999 co-production with Castle Rock Entertainment
The Best Man October 22, 1999
The Bone Collector November 5, 1999 co-production with Columbia Pictures
End of Days November 24, 1999
Ride with the Devil November 24, 1999
Man on the Moon December 22, 1999
Snow Falling on Cedars December 22, 1999
Angela's Ashes December 25, 1999 co-production with Paramount Pictures
The Hurricane December 29, 1999

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