List of Universal Pictures films


List of Universal Pictures films

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.: *:public domain

List of films

1920s

1920

* "White Youth"
* "The Flaming Disc"
* "Am I Dreaming?"
* "The Dragon's Net"
* "The Adorable Savage"
* "Putting It Over"

1921

* "The Fire Eater"
* "A Battle of Wits"
* "Dream Girl"
* "The Millionaire"
* "A Daughter of the Law"
* "The Conflict"
* "The Rage of Paris"
* "No Woman Knows"
* "Action"
* "The Danger Man"
* "The Kiss"
* "The Heart of Arizona"
* "The Beautiful Gambler"
* "Desperate Trails"
* "The Man Tamer"
* "Cheated Love"
* "The Blazing Trail"
* "The Freeze-Out"
* "The Diamond Queen"
* "Foolish Wives"
*: ^over these are in public domain^

1923

*" The Hunchback of Notre Dame"*

1925

*" The Phantom of the Opera"*

1927

*" The Cat and The Canary"

1928

* "The Man Who Laughs"
* "Melody of Love" (Universal's first all-talkie)

1929

* "Show Boat"
* "Broadway" (first Universal talkie with color sequences)


1930s

1930

* "All Quiet on the Western Front"
* "King of Jazz" (first Universal all-color talkie)

1931

* "Dracula"
* "Frankenstein"

1932

* "Back Street"
* "The Mummy"

1933

* "Counsellor at Law"
* "The Invisible Man"

1934

* "The Black Cat"
* "Imitation of Life"

1935

* "Bride of Frankenstein"
* "The Raven"
* "Magnificent Obsession"

1936

* "Flash Gordon"
* "Show Boat"
* "My Man Godfrey"
* "Three Smart Girls"
* "Dracula's Daughter"

1937

* "One Hundred Men and a Girl"

1939

* "Destry Rides Again"
* "East Side of Heaven"
* "My Little Chickadee"
* "Son of Frankenstein"


1940s

1940

* "The Invisible Man Returns"
* "Enemy Agent"
* "My Little Chickadee"
* "The Bank Dick"
* "Black Friday"
* "My Little Chickadee"

1941

* "Buck Privates"
* "The Wolf Man"

1942

* "Saboteur"
* "The Mummy's Tomb"
* "Arabian Nights"

1943

* "Shadow of a Doubt"
* "Frankenstein Meets the Wolf Man"
* "Phantom of the Opera"
* "You're a Lucky Fellow, Mr. Smith"
* "Son of Dracula"

1944

* "The Invisible Man's Revenge"
* "The Mummy's Ghost"
* "House of Frankenstein"
* "The Mummy's Curse"

1945

* "House of Dracula"

1946

* "The Killers"

1947

* "The Egg and I"
* "Great Expectations" (1947, U.S. distribution only)

1948

* "The Naked City"
* "The Big Clock"
* "Hamlet" (1948, U.S. distribution only)
* "Abbott and Costello Meet Frankenstein"
* "Another Part of the Forest"

1949

* "Family Honeymoon"


1950s

1950

* "Francis the Talking Mule"
* "Harvey"
* "Winchester '73"

1951

* "Abbott and Costello Meet the Invisible Man"
* "Thunder on the Hill"

1952

* "Bend of the River"
* "The World in His Arms"
* "Against All Flags"
* "The Golden Blade"

1953

* "Abbott and Costello Go to Mars"
* "It Came from Outer Space"
* "The Glenn Miller Story"

1954

* "Magnificent Obsession"
* "Creature from the Black Lagoon"

1955

* "Revenge of the Creature"
* " [http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0047873/ The Benny Goodman Story] "
*" Tarantula (film

1956

* "The Creature Walks Among Us"
* "Written on the Wind"

1957

* "Jet Pilot"

1958

* "The Thing That Couldn't Die"
* "Touch of Evil"

1959

* "Pillow Talk"
* "Imitation of Life" (remake of 1934 film)
* "The Snow Queen" (English dub, distributor)


1960s

1960

* "Psycho" (formerly distributed by Paramount Pictures)
* "The Leech Woman"
* "Spartacus"

1961

* "Flower Drum Song"
* "Lover Come Back" (distribution)

1962

* "Cape Fear"
* "That Touch of Mink" (distribution)
* "To Kill a Mockingbird"*

1963

* "Captain Newman, M.D."
* "Charade"*
* "The Birds"
* "The Thrill of It All"

1964

* "Island of the Blue Dolphins"
* "Marnie"
* "Send Me No Flowers"

1965

* "Shenandoah"
* "Mirage"
* "Pinocchio in Outer Space" (distributor)
* "The Ipcress File" (U.S. distribution only)

1966

* "Arabesque"
* "Fahrenheit 451" (U.S. distribution only)
* "Gambit"
* "The Rare Breed"
* "Torn Curtain"

1967

* "Thoroughly Modern Millie"
* "The War Wagon"

1968

* "The Party"

1969

* "Sweet Charity"
* "Anne of the Thousand Days"
* "Topaz"


1970s

1970

* "Airport" and its sequels (1975, 1977, and 1979, respectively)

1971

* "Shoot Out"
* "The Andromeda Strain"

1972

* "Silent Running"
* "Frenzy"
* "Slaughterhouse-Five"

1973

* "American Graffiti" (plus sequel in 1979)
* "The Sting" (plus sequel in 1983)
* "Jesus Christ Superstar"

1974

* "Earthquake"
* "The Black Windmill"

1975

* "The Hindenburg"
* "Jaws" (plus sequels in 1978, 1983, and 1987)
* "Airport 1975"
* "The Return of the Pink Panther" (via their Focus Features unit; some ancillary rights inherited from ITC Entertainment)

1976

* "Family Plot"
* "Swashbuckler"
* "Midway"
* "Car Wash"
* "Two-Minute Warning"

1977

* "Slap Shot"
* "The Slipper and the Rose" (U.S. distribution only)
* "MacArthur"
* "Rollercoaster"
* "Airport '77"
* "Which Way Is Up?"
* "Smokey and the Bandit" (plus sequels in 1980 and 1983)
* "Sorcerer" (co-production with Paramount Pictures)
* "The Car" see also "George Barris"

1978

* "Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band"
* "The Deer Hunter"
* "Jaws 2"
* "National Lampoon's Animal House"
* "Tachyon"
* "The Wiz"
* "Halloween"

1979

* "Dracula"
* "Yanks" (distribution only; United Artists released the film overseas)
* "1941" (co-production with Columbia Pictures)
* "The Concorde...Airport '79"


1980s

1980

* "Coal Miner's Daughter"
* "The Blues Brothers"
* "The Gong Show Movie
* "The Island"
* "Melvin and Howard"
* "Somewhere in Time"
* "Xanadu"
* "Flash Gordon" (U.S. distribution only)

1981

* "On Golden Pond" (distribution only, produced by ITC Entertainment)
* "Halloween II"
* "The Great Muppet Caper" (distribution only, produced by ITC Entertainment)

1982

* "Conan the Barbarian"
* "Frances"
* ""
* "E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial" (co-production with Amblin Entertainment)
* "Fast Times at Ridgemont High"
* "The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas"
* "Sophie's Choice" (distribution only, produced by ITC Entertainment)
* "Cat People"
* "The Thing"
* "The Dark Crystal" (distribution only, produced by ITC Entertainment)

1983

* "Bad Boys"
* "Jaws 3-D"
* "Merry Christmas, Mr. Lawrence" (distribution only, produced by Recorded Picture Company)
* "Stroker Ace" (co-production with Warner Bros.)
* "Rumble Fish"
* "Monty Python's The Meaning of Life"
* "Scarface"

1984

* "Sixteen Candles"
* "Firestarter"
* "Conan the Destroyer"
* "The Last Starfighter"
* "Dune"

1985

* "Gotcha!"
* "Back to the Future" (co-production with Amblin Entertainment)
* "The Breakfast Club"
* "Weird Science"
* "Fletch"
* "Brazil" (U.S. distribution only)
* "Out of Africa"

1986

* "Legend"
* "Howard the Duck" (co-production with Lucasfilm Ltd.)
* "An American Tail" (plus its three sequels, co-production with Amblin Entertainment)
* "Playing for Keeps"

1987

* ""
* "Harry and the Hendersons"
* "Prince of Darkness"
* "Dragnet"
* "Three O'Clock High"
* "*batteries not included"

1988

* "The Land Before Time" (plus sequels, co-production with Amblin Entertainment and Lucasfilm Ltd. [logo not actually shown] )
* "They Live"
* "The Great Outdoors"
* "Phantasm II"
* "Watchers"
* "The Last Temptation of Christ"

1989

* "K-9"
* "Field of Dreams"
* "The 'Burbs"
* "Back to the Future Part II" (co-production with Amblin Entertainment)
* "Do the Right Thing"
* "Born on the Fourth of July"
* "Fletch Lives"
* "Uncle Buck"
* "The Dream Team"
* "Parenthood" (co-production with Imagine Entertainment)


1990s

1990

* "The Funtastic World of Hanna-Barbera" (co-production with Hanna-Barbera Productions, Sullivan Bluth Studios, Rhythm and Hues Studios, Ride Trade and MCA)
* "" (co-production with Alfred J. Hitchcock Productions)
* "" (co-production with Hanna-Barbera Productions)
* "Coupe de Ville" (co-production with Morgan Creek Productions)
* "Tremors"
* "Problem Child"
* "Henry & June"
* "Back to the Future Part III" (co-production with Amblin Entertainment)
* "Darkman" (plus its two sequels)
* "Cry-Baby" (co-production with Imagine Entertainment)
* "Child's Play II" (using 75th anniversary commerative logo)
* "Kindergarten Cop"
* "Mo' Better Blues"

1991

* "" (Co-Production with Amblin Entertainment)
* "Career Opportunities" (using 75th anniversary commerative logo)
* "Problem Child 2"
* "Child's Play 3"
* "Backdraft" (co-production with Imagine Entertainment)
* "Jungle Fever"
* "Cape Fear" (co-production with Amblin Entertainment)
* "" (co-production with Amblimation)
* "The Hard Way"
* "Fried Green Tomatoes"

1992

* "Beethoven" (co-production with Northern Lights)
* "Dr. Giggles"
* "Scent of a Woman"
* "Lorenzo's Oil"

1993

* "Judgment Night"
* "Beethoven's 2nd"
* "Carlito's Way"
* "Cop and a Half" (co-production with Imagine Entertainment)
* ""
* "Jurassic Park" (co-production with Amblin Entertainment)
* "The Real McCoy"
* "Schindler's List" (co-production with Amblin Entertainment)
* "We're Back! A Dinosaur's Story" (co-production with Amblimation)

1994

* ""
* "The Flintstones" (co-production with Amblin Entertainment and Hanna-Barbera Productions)
* "The Shadow"
* "The Little Rascals" (co-production with Amblin Entertainment and King World)
* "The Cowboy Way"
* "The River Wild"
* "The War"
* "Reality Bites"
* "Street Fighter"
* "Junior"
* "Crooklyn"
* "True Lies" (UK Distribution Only)

1995

* "Apollo 13" (co-production with Imagine Entertainment)
* "Babe" (distributor)
* "Billy Madison"
* "Waterworld"
* "Casino"
* "Casper" (co-production with Amblin Entertainment and Harvey Entertainment)
* "Balto" (co-production with Amblimation)
* "Twelve Monkeys"
* "To Wong Foo, Thanks for Everything, Julie Newmar" (co-production with Amblin Entertainment)

1996

* "Ed"
* "Flipper"
* "Happy Gilmore"
* "Fear" (co-production with Imagine Entertainment)
* ""
* "The Chamber" (co-production with Imagine Entertainment)
* "Twister" (co-production with Warner Bros. and Amblin Entertainment)
* "The Nutty Professor" (co-production with Imagine Entertainment)
* "Daylight"
* "The Frighteners"
* "" (distribution only) (co-production with Lightstorm Entertainment, Landmark Entertainment Group and Universal Creative)

1997

* "Dante's Peak"
* "The Jackal"
* "Leave It to Beaver"
* "Liar Liar" (co-production with Imagine Entertainment)
* "" (co-production with Amblin Entertainment)

1998

* "Small Soldiers" (co-production with DreamWorks Pictures)
* "Patch Adams"
* "Meet Joe Black"
* "BASEketball"
* "" (sequel to "Babe", distributor)
* "Blues Brothers 2000"
* "Bride of Chucky"
* "Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas" (co-production with Summit Entertainment and Rhino Films)
* "Mercury Rising"
* "Psycho" (co-production with Imagine Entertainment)
* "Shakespeare in Love" (co-production with Miramax Films)

1999

* "October Sky"
* "The Mummy" (co-production with Alphaville)
* "American Pie"
* "The Hurricane"
* "Snow Falling on Cedars"
* "Mystery Men"
* "End of Days"
* "Angela's Ashes" (co-production with Paramount Pictures)
* "EDtv" (co-production with Imagine Entertainment)
* "The Story of Us" (co-production with Castle Rock Entertainment)


2000s

2000

* "U-571"
* "Billy Elliot" (distributed in countries outside USA, produced by Working Title Films, BBC Films and Tiger Aspect)
* "Gladiator" (co-production with Dreamworks Pictures)
* "" (co-production with Imagine Entertainment)
* "The Flintstones in Viva Rock Vegas" (co-production with Amblin Entertainment and Hanna-Barbera Productions)
* "The Adventures of Rocky and Bullwinkle" (in co-production with Alliance Atlantis Films)
* "O Brother, Where Art Thou" (co-production with Working Title Films and Touchstone Pictures)
* "Erin Brockovich" (co-production with Columbia Pictures)
* "Meet the Parents " (co-production with DreamWorks, plus its sequel in 2004)
* "The Watcher"
* "The Skulls" (co-production with Newmarket Films)
* "The Family Man"
* "How the Grinch Stole Christmas" (co-production with Imagine Entertainment)

2001

* "Hannibal" (co-production with Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Pictures)
* "Rudolph The Red-Nosed Reindeer and the Island of Misfit Toys"
* "Mulholland Drive" (distribution only in USA)
* "A Beautiful Mind" (co-production with DreamWorks and Imagine Entertainment)
* "Strictly Sinatra" (U.S. distribution only)
* "The Mummy Returns" (co-production with Alphaville)
* "The Musketeer"
* "The Fast and the Furious"
* "Captain Corelli's Mandolin" (co-produced with Working Title Films, Studio Canal and Miramax Films)
* "American Pie 2"
* "Bridget Jones's Diary" (co-production with Miramax Films, Studio Canal and Working Title Films)
* "K-PAX" (co-production with Intermedia Films and FilmFour(logo not shown))
* "Jurassic Park III" (co-production with Amblin Entertainment)
* "Spy Game" (distributor)
* "Josie and the Pussycats" (co-production with Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Pictures and Hanna-Barbera Productions)

2002

* "Brotherhood of the Wolf" (distribution only in USA and Australia)
* "40 Days and 40 Nights" (co-production with Miramax Films)
* "Big Fat Liar"
* "Harrison's Flowers" (distribution only in USA)
* "Blue Crush" (co-production with Imagine Entertainment)
* "The Bourne Identity"
* "Undercover Brother" (co-production with Imagine Entertainment)
* "The Scorpion King" (co-production with Alphaville)
* "8 Mile"
* "Red Dragon"
* "The Emperor's Club"
* "Empire" (distribution only in most countries, including USA)
* "" (edited re-release of the E.T. 20th anniversary edition celebration version in 2002, co-production with Amblin Entertainment)
* "Apollo 13" (IMAX DMR Edited re-release, 10th anniversary edition) (co-production with Imagine Entertainment)
* (parent distribution) (co-production with Dreamworks Pictures and Universal Animation Studios)

2003

* "The Life of David Gale" (co-production with Intermedia Films)
* "2 Fast 2 Furious"
* "American Wedding"
* "Jimmy Neutron's Nicktoon Blast" (distribution only) (co-production with Nickelodeon Animation Studios)
* "Bruce Almighty" (co-production with Spyglass Entertainment)
* "The Cat in The Hat" (co-production with DreamWorks and Imagine Entertainment)
* "Honey"
* "Hulk" (co-production with Marvel Studios and Good Machine)
* "Intolerable Cruelty" (co-production with Imagine Entertainment and Alphaville)
* "Love Actually" (co-production with Studio Canal and Working Title)
* "" (co-production with 20th Century Fox and Miramax Films)
* "Peter Pan" (co-production with Columbia Pictures and Revolution Studios)
* "The Rundown" (co-production with Columbia Pictures)
* "Seabiscuit" (co-production with DreamWorks and Spyglass Entertainment)
* "" (co-prodution with Paramount Pictures and Nickelodeon)

2004

* "Along Came Polly" (2004)
* "Dawn of the Dead" (remake of the 1978 film, co-production with Strike Entertainment)
* "The Bourne Supremacy"
* "" (co-production with Miramax Films)
* "Connie and Carla" (co-production with Spyglass Entertainment)
* "The Chronicles of Riddick"
* "Two Brothers" (co-production with Pathé)
* "Friday Night Lights" (co-production with Imagine Entertainment)
* "In Good Company"
* "Meet the Fockers" (sequel to "Meet the Parents", co-production with DreamWorks)
* "The Phantom of the Opera" (distribution only in Latin America and Australia, produced by Warner Bros. (distributors in U.S. and other countries), The Really Useful Group and Scion Films)
* "Ray" (distribution)
* "Van Helsing" (co-production with Alphaville) (logo not shown)

2005

* "Inside Deep Throat" (distribution only in USA)
* "Land of the Dead" (using 1930's logo, co-production with Wild Bunch)
* "White Noise"
* "The Wedding Date"
* "The 40-Year-Old Virgin"
* "The Interpreter"
* "Doom"
* "Cinderella Man"
* "First Descent" (distribution only in USA)
* "Jarhead"
* "Kicking & Screaming"
* "King Kong"
* "Munich" (co-production with DreamWorks Pictures, Amblin Entertainment and Alliance Atlantis Communications)
* "The Perfect Man"
* "Pride & Prejudice" (distributed in countries outside USA)
* "Prime"
* "The Producers" (co-production with Columbia Pictures)
* "Serenity"
* "The Skeleton Key"
* "Two for the Money" (co-production with Morgan Creek Productions)
* "" ( distributed by Universal Studios Home Entertainment, co-production with Rogue Pictures) (direct-to-video)

2006

* "Children of Men" (co-production with Striker and Lionsgate)
* "Nanny McPhee" (co-production with Working Title Films)
* "Curious George" (co-production with Imagine Entertainment and Universal Animation Studios)
* "Inside Man" (co-production with Imagine Entertainment)
* "Slither"
* "Stay Alive" (distributed in countries outside USA)
* ""
* "Miami Vice"
* "United 93"
* "Let's Go to Prison" (distribution only) (produced by Carsey Werner Films) (co-production with Strike Entertainment)
* "Accepted" (co-production with Shady Acres Entertainment)
* "The Holiday" (co-production with Columbia Pictures and Waverly Films)
* "" (co-production with Rogue Pictures) (direct-to-video)
* "Man of the Year" (co-production with Morgan Creek Productions)
* "The Good Shepherd" (co-production with Morgan Creek Productions and American Zoetrope)
* "You, Me and Dupree"

2007

* "Alpha Dog"
* "Smokin' Aces" (co-production with StudioCanal, Relativity Media and Working Title Films)
* "Mr. Bean's Holiday" (co-production with StudioCanal and Working Title Films)
* "Because I Said So"
* "Breach"
* "Dead Silence"
* "Evan Almighty" (co-production with Spyglass Entertainment, Shady Acres Entertainment and Original Film)
* "Georgia Rule"
* "Knocked Up"
* "I Now Pronounce You Chuck and Larry" (co-production with Happy Madison Productions and Shady Acres Entertainment)
* "The Bourne Ultimatum"
* "Transformers" (Distribution only in some countries, produced by Paramount Pictures, Dreamworks SKG, Hasbro)
* "Illegal Tender"
* "The Kingdom"
* "Elite Squad" (distributed in some countries outside USA)
* "American Gangster" (co-production with Imagine Entertainment)
* "Charlie Wilson's War"
* "" (distribution only) (produced by Rogue Pictures) (direct-to-video)

2008

* "" (co-production with Big Idea Productions)
* "Welcome Home, Roscoe Jenkins" (co-production with Spyglass Entertainment)
* "Definitely, Maybe"
* "Doomsday" (co-production with Rogue Pictures)
* "Leatherheads"
* "Forgetting Sarah Marshall"
* "Baby Mama"
* "The Simpsons Ride" (distribution only) (co-production with 20th Century Fox and Gracie Films)
* "The Strangers" (distribution only in some countries) (co-production with Rogue Pictures)
* "The Incredible Hulk" (distribution only) (co-production with Marvel Studios)
* "Wanted"
* ""
* "Mamma Mia!" (co-production with Playtone)
* "" (co-production with Alphaville)
* "" (direct-to-dvd) (co-production with Alphaville)
* "Death Race"
* "Igor" (distribution only in Canada) (co-production with Metro Goldwyn Mayer and Alliance Films)
* "Flash of Genius" (October 3, 2008) (co-production with Spyglass Entertainment)
* ""

Upcoming

2008

* "Changeling" (October 24, 2008) (co-production with Imagine Entertainment)
* "Role Models" (November 7, 2008)
* "Frost/Nixon" (December 5, 2008) (co-production with Working Title Films and Imagine Entertainment)
* "The Tale of Despereaux" (December 19, 2008) (co-production with Framestore CFC, Larger Than Life Productions, Relativity Media, and Universal Animation Studios)
* ""
* "Kids in America"
* "Wild Child"

2009

* "Ace Ventura 3" (distribution only) (direct-to-dvd) (co-production with Morgan Creek Productions)
* "This Side of the Truth" (co-production with Warner Bros. and Media Rights Capital)
* "The Wolf Man"
* "Duplicity"
* "Drag Me to Hell"
* "State of Play"
* "Fast and Furious"
* "Land of the Lost"
* "Nottingham"
* "American McGee's Alice"
* "" (co-production with HBO)
* "Alfred Hitchcock and the Making of Psycho" (co-production with Media Rights Capital)
* "Cirque du Freak"
* "Funny People" (co-production with Columbia Pictures)

2010

* "Wicked the Musical
* "Fahrenheit 451" (co-production with Castle Rock Entertainment and Icon Productions)
* "The Strangers 2" (distribution only in some countries) (co-production with Rogue Pictures)

Confirmed but no date listed (TBA)

* "Barbarella"
* "Bioshock "
* "The Birds"
* "The Boat That Rocked"
* "Boone's Lick"
* "Creature from the Black Lagoon"
* "Green Zone
* "The Incredible Hulk 2"
* "Little Fockers"
* "Magnum P.I."
* "The Munsters"
* "Playboy"
* "Public Enemies"
* "Repossession Mambo"
* "Spy Hunter"
* "The Umbrella Academy"
* "The Wheel of Time"
* "
* "The Mummy 4: Rise of the Aztec"

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