Home Towners all-talking; lost film November 4, 1928 The Haunted House November 11, 1928 Outcast December 1, 1928 On Trial all-talking; lost film December 2, 1928 Adoration December 8, 1928 The Little Wildcat part-talkie; lost film December 9, 1928 The. Family Entertainment April 12, 1995 The Pebble and the Penguin International distribution only, produced by Don Bluth Entertainment ; US distribution handled by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer May 10, 1995 A Little Princess with Warner Bros. Family Entertainment ; co-production with Morgan Creek Productions and Nest Entertainment True Crime co-production with Malpaso Productions March 31, 1999 The Matrix co-production with Village Roadshow Pictures and Silver Pictures April 16, 1999 Goodbye Lover co-production with Regency Enterprises April 23, 1999 Lost Found co-production. Warners' biggest grossing film to date surpassing The Jazz Singer with worldwide rentals of 5,916,000 4 September 23, 1928 Show Girl October 14, 1928 Do Your Duty lost film October 18, 1928 Land of the Silver Fox part-talkie; extant, George Eastman October 18, 1928 Lilac. Monica June 30, 1934 The Circus Clown July 7, 1934 Return of the Terror distributed through First National Pictures, prequel 1928 of same name July 7, 1934 The Personality Kid July 14, 1934 Midnight Alibi July 14, 1934 Side Streets July 21, 1934 Here Comes. Distribution only, co-production with Largo International.V. Family Entertainment ; co-production with Regency Enterprises and Le Studio Canal August 6, 1993 That Night co-production with Regency Enterprises, Alcor Films and Le Studio Canal The Fugitive nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture; co-production with Arnold Kopelson Productions August 13, 1993 The. And 40 Acres and a Mule Filmworks November 25, 1992 The Bodyguard December 16, 1992 Forever Young co-production with Icon Productions February 5, 1993 Sommersby co-production with Regency Enterprises, Alcor Films and Le Studio Canal February 26, 1993 Falling Down co-production with Regency Enterprises, Alcor. The Turner International Digital Ventures and Innovation (DV I) unit and. Family Entertainment ; produced by Don Bluth Entertainment April 22, 1994 Chasers co-production with Morgan Creek Productions April 29, 1994 With Honors co-production with Spring Creek Pictures May 6, 1994 Being Human co-production with The Bountful Company Limited Reckless Kelly USA distribution only May.
Warners' biggest grossing film to date surpassing Don Juan with worldwide rentals of 2,625,000 4 October 8, 1927 Sailor Izzy Murphy lost film October 15, 1927 The College Widow lost film October 22, 1927 A Reno Divorce lost film October 29, 1927 A Dog. Distributor; co-production with The Ladd Company March 19, 1982 Deathtrap April 28, 1982 Mad Max 2 distributor, as The Road Warrior April 30, 1982 Soup for One May 28, 1982 The Escape Artist distributor; with Orion Pictures, produced by American Zoetrope June 18, 1982 Firefox.
Co-production with Heyday Films, 1492 Pictures and Duncan Henderson Productions November 30, 2001 The Affair of the Necklace co-production with Alcon Entertainment December 7, 2001 Ocean's Eleven co-production with Village Roadshow Pictures, NPV Entertainment and Jerry Weintraub Productions December 21, 2001 The Majestic co-production with. Family Entertainment ; co-production with Warner Bros. The svod service also features cast interviews, original artwork and mini documentaries. Family Entertainment May 9, 1997 Fathers' Day co-production with Silver Pictures, Northern Lights and Shuler/Donner Productions May 23, 1997 Addicted to Love co-production with Miramax Films and Outlaw Productions June 20, 1997 Batman Robin co-production with DC Entertainment and PolyGram Filmed Entertainment July 2, 1997. Sever co-production with Franchise Pictures October 11, 2002 White Oleander co-production with Pandora October 18, 2002 Welcome to Collinwood co-production with Pandora October 25, 2002 Ghost Ship co-production with Village Roadshow Pictures, NPV Entertainment, Dark Castle Entertainment and Moritz Original November 6, 2002 Femme Fatale. Rights April 24, 1992 White Sands co-production with Morgan Creek Productions May 1, 1992 Turtle Beach co-production with Village Roadshow Pictures, Regency Enterprises and StudioCanal May 15, 1992 Lethal Weapon 3 co-production with Silver Pictures June 5, 1992 Class Act June 19, 1992 Batman Returns. Ehrlich's Magic Bullet March 16, 1940 Three Cheers for the Irish March 23, 1940 Virginia City April 6, 1940 It All Came True April 13, 1940 King of the Lumberjacks April 20, 1940 'Til We Meet Again April 27, 1940 An Angel from Texas May. Warners' first film to cost over 1 million. Family Entertainment, co-production with Baltimore Pictures June 2, 1995 The Bridges of Madison County nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture Drama; co-production with Malpaso Productions June 16, 1995 Batman Forever co-production with DC Entertainment and PolyGram Filmed Entertainment July 14, 1995. Digital Networks units have started rolling out in international markets under a joint venture, has unveiled plans to launch in France and Spain. Marshal July 13, 1973 Cleopatra Jones July 25, 1973 The Mackintosh Man August 19, 1973 Enter the Dragon co-produced with Concord Production Inc. Butterfly co-production with Geffen Pictures October 8, 1993 Demolition Man co-production with Silver Pictures October 15, 1993 Fearless.