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This page is a list of films released by Touchstone Pictures.

1980sEdit

Title US release Genre Director Notes
Splash March 9, 1984 Romantic fantasy comedy Ron Howard Nomination, Academy Aw. Original Screenplay
Nausicaa of the Valley of the Wind March 11, 1984 Fantasy Hayao Miyazaki Distributed on home video by Walt Disney Home Video
SF Shinseiki Lensman July 7, 1984 Sci-Fi Kazuyuki Hirokawa and Yoshiaki Kawajiri Distributed on home video by Walt Disney Home Video
Country September 29, 1984 Drama Richard Pearce Nomination, Academy Award for Best Actress
Baby: Secret of the Lost Legend March 22, 1985 Adventure Bill L. Norton - The Last Film To Use The 1984 Touchstone Films logo
My Science Project August 9, 1985 Sci-Fi comedy Jonathan R. Betuel
Down and Out in Beverly Hills January 31, 1986 Comedy Paul Mazursky -
Off Beat April 11, 1986 Comedy Michael Dinner -
Ruthless People June 27, 1986 Comedy Jim Abrahams
David Zucker
Jerry Zucker
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Tough Guys October 3, 1986 Comedy Jeff Kanew -
The Color of Money October 17, 1986 Drama Martin Scorsese Academy Award for Best Actor Paul Newman
Nomination, Academy Aw. Supporting Actress
Nomination, Academy Award for Art Direction
Nomination, Academy Aw. for Original Screenplay
Outrageous Fortune January 30, 1987 Mystery comedy Arthur Hiller -
Tin Men March 6, 1987 Drama comedy Barry Levinson -
Ernest Goes to Camp May 22, 1987 Comedy John R. Cherry III -
Adventures in Babysitting July 1, 1987 Adventure comedy Chris Columbus -
Stakeout August 5, 1987 Action comedy John Badham -
Can't Buy Me Love August 14, 1987 Romantic comedy Steve Rash co-production with The Mount Company
Hello Again November 6, 1987 Supernatural comedy Frank Perry -
Three Men and a Baby November 25, 1987 Comedy Leonard Nimoy -
Good Morning, Vietnam December 23, 1987 Drama comedy Barry Levinson Nomination, Academy Award for Best Actor
Shoot to Kill February 12, 1988 Action drama Roger Spottiswoode -
D.O.A. March 18, 1988 Mystery thriller Annabel Jankel -
Big Business June 10, 1988 Comedy Jim Abrahams -
Who Framed Roger Rabbit June 22, 1988 Live-action/animation
Crime comedy
Robert Zemeckis in association with Amblin Entertainment
Academy Award for Sound Editing
Academy Award for Visual Effects
Academy Award for Film Editing
Academy Special Achievement Award
Nomination, Academy Award for Art Direction
Nomination, Academy Aw. for Cinematography
Nomination, Academy Award for Sound
Cocktail July 29, 1988 Drama comedy Roger Donaldson -
The Rescue August 5, 1988 Action adventure Ferdinand Fairfax -
Heartbreak Hotel September 30, 1988 Comedy Chris Columbus -
The Good Mother November 4, 1988 Romantic drama Leonard Nimoy -
Ernest Saves Christmas November 11, 1988 Comedy John R. Cherry III -
Beaches December 21, 1988 Musical drama Garry Marshall co-production with All Girl Productions
Nomination, Academy Award for Art Direction
Three Fugitives January 27, 1989 Action comedy Francis Weber -
New York Stories March 10, 1989 Drama comedy Woody Allen
Francis Ford Coppola
Martin Scorsese
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Disorganized Crime April 14, 1989 Action comedy Jim Kouf co-production with Kouf/Bigelow Productions
Dead Poets Society June 9, 1989 Drama Peter Weir Academy Aw. for Original Screenplay
Nomination, Academy Award for Best Actor
Nomination, Academy Award for Directing
Nomination, Academy Award for Best Picture
Turner & Hooch July 28, 1989 Buddy comedy Roger Spottiswoode -
An Innocent Man October 6, 1989 Drama Peter Yates -
Gross Anatomy October 20, 1989 Drama Thom Eberhardt co-production with Sandollar Productions
Blaze December 13, 1989 Biographical drama Ron Shelton Nomination, Academy Aw. for Cinematography

1990sEdit

Title US release Notes
Stella February 2, 1990 co-production with The Samuel Goldwyn Company
Where the Heart Is February 23, 1990 -
Pretty Woman March 23, 1990 -
Ernest Goes to Jail April 6, 1990 -
Spaced Invaders April 27, 1990 -
Fire Birds May 25, 1990 -
Dick Tracy June 15, 1990 -
Betsy's Wedding June 22, 1990 -
Mr. Destiny October 12, 1990 -
Three Men and a Little Lady November 21, 1990 -
Green Card December 23, 1990 -
Scenes from a Mall February 22, 1991 -
Oscar April 26, 1991 -
What About Bob? May 17, 1991 -
The Doctor July 24, 1991 -
True Identity August 23, 1991 -
Paradise September 18, 1991 -
Deceived September 27, 1991 -
Ernest Scared Stupid October 11, 1991 -
Billy Bathgate November 1, 1991 -
Father of the Bride December 20, 1991 co-production with Sandollar Productions
Noises Off March 20, 1992 co-production with Amblin Entertainment
Sister Act May 29, 1992 -
3 Ninjas August 7, 1992 -
The Gun in Betty Lou's Handbag August 21, 1992 -
Crossing the Bridge September 11, 1992 -
Captain Ron September 18, 1992 -
Alive January 15, 1993 co-production with Paramount Pictures and The Kennedy/Marshall Company
The Cemetery Club February 3, 1993 -
Indian Summer April 23, 1993 -
Life with Mikey June 4, 1993 -
What's Love Got to Do with It? June 9, 1993 -
Another Stakeout July 23, 1993 -
My Boyfriend's Back August 6, 1993 -
The Program September 24, 1993 -
The Nightmare Before Christmas October 29, 1993 - Since 2006, it has been re-released and re-branded by Walt Disney Pictures
Sister Act 2: Back in the Habit December 10, 1993 -
Cabin Boy January 7, 1994 -
My Father the Hero February 4, 1994 -
The Ref March 9, 1994 in association with Don Simpson and Jerry Bruckheimer
The Inkwell April 22, 1994 -
When a Man Loves a Woman April 29, 1994 -
Renaissance Man June 3, 1994 co-production with Cinergi Pictures
I Love Trouble June 29, 1994 co-production with Caravan Pictures
It's Pat August 25, 1994 -
A Simple Twist of Fate September 2, 1994 -
Ed Wood September 30, 1994 -
Bad Company January 20, 1995 -
Jerky Boys: The Movie February 3, 1995 Uncredited, co-production with and distributed by Caravan Pictures
Two Much March 15, 1995 co-production with Interscope Communications/Polygram Filmed Entertainment
Jefferson in Paris March 31, 1995 in association with Merchant Ivory Productions
Die Hard with a Vengeance May 19, 1995 produced by 20th Century Fox and Cinergi Pictures (international distribution)
Mad Love May 26, 1995 -
Feast of July October 13, 1995 in association with Merchant Ivory Productions
Father of the Bride Part II December 8, 1995 co-production with Sandollar Productions and The Meyers/Shyer Company
Mr. Wrong February 16, 1996 -
Up Close & Personal March 1, 1996 co-production with Cinergi Pictures
An Indian in the City March 22, 1996 US release of a 1994 French film from Canal+/TF1
Last Dance May 3, 1996 -
Boys May 10, 1996 co-production with Interscope Communications/PolyGram Filmed Entertainment
Phenomenon July 3, 1996 -
Kazaam July 17, 1996 co-production with Interscope Communications/PolyGram Filmed Entertainment
Ransom November 8, 1996 in association with Imagine Entertainment
The War at Home November 20, 1996 -
The Preacher's Wife December 13, 1996 in association with The Samuel Goldwyn Company
Metro January 17, 1997 -
The Sixth Man March 28, 1997 -
Romy and Michele's High School Reunion April 25, 1997 -
Con Air June 6, 1997 in association with Jerry Bruckheimer Films
Face/Off June 27, 1997 co-production with Paramount Pictures
Nothing to Lose July 18, 1997 -
A Thousand Acres September 19, 1997 presentation of a Beacon Communications/PolyGram Filmed Entertainment production
Playing God October 17, 1997 co-production with Beacon Communications
Starship Troopers November 7, 1997 co-production with TriStar Pictures
Kundun December 25, 1997 -
Krippendorf's Tribe February 27, 1998 -
He Got Game May 1, 1998 co-production with 40 Acres & A Mule Filmworks
The Horse Whisperer May 15, 1998 -
Six Days Seven Nights June 12, 1998 -
Armageddon July 1, 1998 in association with Jerry Bruckheimer Films and Valhalla Motion Pictures
Basil July 22, 1998 -
Jane Austen's Mafia! July 24, 1998 -
Snake Eyes August 7, 1998 co-production with Paramount Pictures
Holy Man October 9, 1998 -
Beloved October 16, 1998 in association with Harpo Productions
The Waterboy November 6, 1998 -
Enemy of the State November 20, 1998 in association with Jerry Bruckheimer Films
A Civil Action December 25, 1998 co-production with Paramount Pictures and Scott Rudin Productions
Rushmore February 5, 1999 -
The Other Sister February 26, 1999 -
10 Things I Hate About You March 31, 1999 -
Instinct June 4, 1999 co-production with Spyglass Entertainment
Summer of Sam July 2, 1999 co-production with 40 Acres & A Mule Filmworks
Runaway Bride July 30, 1999 in association with Paramount Pictures
The 13th Warrior August 27, 1999 -
Mumford September 24, 1999 -
Bringing Out the Dead October 22, 1999 co-production with Paramount Pictures
The Insider November 5, 1999 co-production with Spyglass Entertainment
Deuce Bigalow: Male Gigolo December 10, 1999 in association with Happy Madison
Cradle Will Rock December 10, 1999 -
Bicentennial Man December 17, 1999 co-production with Columbia Pictures and 1492 Pictures

2000sEdit

Title US release Notes
Play It to the Bone January 21, 2000 -
Mission to Mars March 10, 2000
High Fidelity March 31, 2000 in association with Working Title Films
Keeping the Faith April 14, 2000 co-production with Spyglass Entertainment
Shanghai Noon May 19, 2000 co-production with Spyglass Entertainment
Gone in 60 Seconds June 9, 2000 in association with Jerry Bruckheimer Films
Coyote Ugly August 4, 2000 in association with Jerry Bruckheimer Films
The Crew September 25, 2000 -
Unbreakable November 22, 2000 in association with Barry Mendel Productions
O Brother, Where Art Thou? December 22, 2000 co-production with Universal Pictures, Working Title Films and Studio Canal
Double Take January 12, 2001 -
Pearl Harbor May 25, 2001 in association with Jerry Bruckheimer Films
Crazy/Beautiful June 29, 2001 -
High Heels and Low Lifes October 26, 2001 -
Bubble Boy August 24, 2001 -
New Port South September 7, 2001 -
Corky Romano October 12, 2001 -
Out Cold November 21, 2001 co-production with Spyglass Entertainment and Donner's Company
The Royal Tenenbaums December 14, 2001 -
The Count of Monte Cristo January 25, 2002 -
Sorority Boys March 22, 2002 in association with MBST Entertainment
Big Trouble April 5, 2002 -
Ultimate X: The Movie May 6, 2002 in association with ESPN
Bad Company June 7, 2002 in association with Jerry Bruckheimer Films
Reign of Fire July 12, 2002 co-production with Spyglass Entertainment
Signs August 2, 2002 in association with The Kennedy/Marshall Company
Moonlight Mile October 4, 2002 -
Abandon October 18, 2002 co-production with Paramount Pictures and Spyglass Entertainment
Sweet Home Alabama September 27, 2002 -
The Hot Chick December 13, 2002 co-production with Happy Madison
25th Hour January 10, 2003 co-production with 40 Acres & A Mule Filmworks
The Recruit January 31, 2003 co-production with Spyglass Entertainment
Shanghai Knights February 7, 2003 co-production with Spyglass Entertainment
Bringing Down the House March 7, 2003 -
Open Range August 15, 2003 co-production with Beacon Communications
Calendar Girls September 2, 2003 -
Hope Springs September 5, 2003 -
Cold Creek Manor September 19, 2003 -
Under the Tuscan Sun September 26, 2003 -
Veronica Guerin October 17, 2003 in association with Jerry Bruckheimer Films
Hidalgo February 17, 2004 -
The Ladykillers March 26, 2004 -
The Alamo April 9, 2004 in association with Imagine Entertainment
Raising Helen May 28, 2004 co-production with Beacon Communications
King Arthur July 7, 2004 in association with Jerry Bruckheimer Films
The Village July 30, 2004 in association with Scott Rudin Productions
Mr. 3000 September 17, 2004 co-production with Dimension Films, Spyglass Entertainment and The Kennedy/Marshall Company
The Last Shot September 24, 2004 in association with MBST Entertainment
Ladder 49 October 1, 2004 co-production with Beacon Communications
The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou December 25, 2004 in association with Scott Rudin Productions
A Lot Like Love April 22, 2005 co-production with Beacon Communications
The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy April 29, 2005 co-production with Spyglass Entertainment
Cinderella Man June 3, 2005 co-production with Universal Pictures, Miramax Films and Imagine Entertainment (International distribution only)
Dark Water July 8, 2005 -
Flightplan September 23, 2005 in association with Imagine Entertainment
Shopgirl October 21, 2005 -
Casanova December 25, 2005 -
Annapolis January 27, 2006 -
Kinky Boots April 14, 2006 co-production with Miramax Films
Stick It April 28, 2006 in association with Spyglass Entertainment
Goal! The Dream Begins May 12, 2006 in association with Lawrence Bender Productions
Step Up August 19, 2006 in association with Summit Entertainment
The Guardian September 26, 2006 co-production with Beacon Communications
The Prestige October 20, 2006 co-production with Warner Bros. and Newmarket Films
Fruits Basket November 15, 2006 in association with 20th Century Fox and Intermedia Films
Deja Vu November 22, 2006 in association with Jerry Bruckheimer Films
Apocalypto December 8, 2006 presentation of an Icon Entertainment production
Wild Hogs March 2, 2007 -
Dan in Real Life October 26, 2007 co-production with Focus Features
Step Up 2: The Streets February 14, 2008 co-production with Summit Entertainment
Swing Vote August 1, 2008 co-production with Tree House Films
Miracle at St. Anna September 26, 2008 co-procuction with 40 Acres & A Mule Filmworks and On My Own and Rai Cinema
Confessions of a Shopaholic February 13, 2009 in association with Jerry Bruckheimer Films
The Proposal June 19, 2009 co-production with Kurtzman/Orci and Mandeville Films
Code Geass August 28, 2009 in association with Walt Disney Pictures, Intermedia Films, and C2 Pictures
Surrogates September 25, 2009 in association with Mandeville Films and Road Rebel

2010sEdit

Title US release release Genre Director Notes
When in Rome January 29, 2010 Romantic comedy Mark Steven Johnson in association with Krasnoff Foster Productions
The Last Song March 31, 2010 Coming-of-age drama
Adaptation
Julie Anne Robinson co-production with Offspring Entertainment
Step Up 3D August 6, 2010 Romantic musical drama Jon Chu co-production with Summit Entertainment
You Again September 24, 2010 Comedy Andy Fickman co-production with Frontier Pictures
The Tempest December 10, 2010 Action drama thriller Julie Taymor co-production with Miramax Films
Gnomeo & Juliet February 11, 2011 Romantic animated fantasy comedy Kelly Asbury co-production with Rocket Pictures, and Starz Animation
I Am Number Four February 18, 2011 Sci-Fi thriller D. J. Caruso part of the 30-picture distribution deal with DreamWorks
co-production with Reliance BIG Entertainment and Bay Films
Cowboys & Aliens July 29, 2011 Action sci-fi western thriller Jon Favreau part of the 30-picture distribution with DreamWorks
co-production with Universal Pictures, Relativity Media, Imagine Entertainment, Platinum Studios and Reliance BIG Entertainment
The Help August 12, 2011 Drama Tate Taylor part of the 30-picture distribution deal with DreamWorks
co-production with 1492 Pictures
Fright Night August 19, 2011 Comedy horror Craig Gillespie part of the 30-picture distribution deal with DreamWorks
co-production with Channel Four and Film4
Shark Night 3D September 2, 2011 Horror David R. Ellis International distribution only, part of the 30-picture distribution deal with DreamWorks
co-production with Rogue, Relativity Media, Next Films and Spyglass Entertainment
Real Steel October 7, 2011 Sci-Fi action Shawn Levy part of the 30-picture distribution deal with DreamWorks
Vexille November 18, 2011 Sci-fi Emma Watson co-production with New Line Cinema, Virtual Studios, Intermedia Films, and C2 Pictures
War Horse December 28, 2011 War Steven Spielberg part of the 30-picture distribution deal with DreamWorks
co-production with Amblin Entertainment and The Kennedy/Marshall Company
On the Road 2011 Film adaptation of the novel Walter Salles US distribution only, part of the 30-picture distribution deal with DreamWorks
co-production with American Zoetrope, MK2 and Film4
Red Dawn 2011 Drama Dan Bradley part of the 30-picture distribution deal with DreamWorks
co-production with Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer and Reliance BIG Entertainment
Who Framed Roger Rabbit 2 2012 Live action/animated Robert Zemeckis co-production with Amblin Entertainment
Cloud Atlas February 17, 2012 (UK), May 4, 2012 (US/Germany/France) Film adaptation of the Novel Tom Tykwer/Lana Wachowski part of the 30-picture distribution deal with DreamWorks
co-production with Warner Bros. Pictures, Media Rights Capital, X-Filme Creative Pool, Reliance BIG Films and Focus Features International
Lincoln

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November 9, 2012 Historical Steven Spielberg part of the 30-picture distribution deal with DreamWorks
co-production with 20th Century Fox, New Line Cinema, Participant Media, Amblin Entertainment and The Weinstein Company
Step Up 4Ever 2012 Dance movie co-production with Universal Pictures and Summit Entertainment (international distribution only)

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