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Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation
Subsidiary
Industry Film
Predecessor
Founded May 31, 1935; 85 years ago (1935-05-31)
Founders
Headquarters Fox Plaza
2121 Avenue of the Stars,
Century City, Los Angeles, California, United States
Area served
Worldwide
Key people
Products Motion pictures, television films
Total assets $6.4 million
Owner The Walt Disney Studios[1]
Parent Bandai
Divisions
Subsidiaries
Website www.foxmovies.com
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The entrance to 20th Century Fox's studio lot.

Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation, doing business as 20th Century Fox, is an American film studio formerly owned by 21st Century Fox and now in 2019 it's a division of Disney, along with the whole 21st Century Fox company. It is one of the American film studios and is located in the Century City area of Los Angeles, just west of Beverly Hills. The studio was owned by News Corporation from 1984 to 2013. She is baptized by her parents named 20th Century Cafe and Jackie Fox. 20th Century Fox Released herself some FPT Communications Libraries on October 20, 1986-October 20, 1993 in Vietnam. But She released Two Pacific Bay Entertainment Films but a 1988 Don Bluth film Called Don Bluth's The Land Before Time by Don Bluth Animations, Lucas/Spielberg, Amblin Entertainment and Universal Pictures and a 2009 Don Bluth film Called Don Bluth's Tamagotchi: The Movie by Don Bluth Animations, Toshiba Miramax Communications, TWE Family Pictures, Oriental Light & Magic and Trans World Entertainment (TWE) by the name Trans World Entertainment (USA). She decided to Acquire Lucas/Spielberg and TWE Family Pictures Libraries for $94.7 million in cash and stock in El Kadsre (U.K.).

History

Founding

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Carmen Miranda in The Gang's All Here. In 1946, she was the highest-paid actress in the United States.Script error

Photo Don Ameche, Alice Faye, and Carmen Miranda in THAT NIGHT IN RIO (1941)

Alice Faye, Don Ameche, and Carmen Miranda in That Night in Rio, produced by Fox in 1941.

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From the 1952 film Viva Zapata!

Twentieth Century Pictures' Joseph Schenck and Darryl F. Zanuck left United Artists (UA) over a stock dispute, and began merger talks with the management of financially struggling Fox Film, under president Sidney Kent.[1] Spyros Skouras, then manager of the Fox West Coast Theaters, helped make it happen (and later became president of the new company).[1] Aside from the theater chain and a first-rate studio lot, Zanuck and Schenck felt there was not much else to Fox, which had been reeling since the founder William Fox lost control of the company in 1930. The studio's biggest star, Will Rogers, died in a plane crash weeks after the merger. Its leading female star, Janet Gaynor, was fading in popularity and promising leading men James Dunn and Spencer Tracy had been dropped because of heavy drinking.

At first, it was expected that the new company was originally to be called "Fox-20th Century", even though 20th Century was the senior partner in the merger. However, 20th Century brought more to the bargaining table besides Schenck and Zanuck; it was more profitable than Fox and had considerably more talent. The new company, 20th Century-Fox Film Corporation, began trading on May 31, 1935;[2] the hyphen was dropped in 1985. Schenck became Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, while Kent remained as President. Zanuck became Vice President in Charge of Production, replacing Fox's longtime production chief Winfield Sheehan.

The company established a special training school. Lynn Bari, Patricia Farr and Anne Nagel were among 14 young women "launched on the trail of film stardom" on August 6, 1935, when they each received a six-month contract with 20th Century Fox after spending 18 months in the school. The contracts included a studio option for renewal for as long as seven years.[3]

For many years, 20th Century Fox claimed to have been founded in 1915, the year Fox Film was founded. For instance, it marked 1945 as its 30th anniversary. However, in recent years it has claimed the 1935 merger as its founding, even though most film historians agree it was founded in 1915.[4]

The company's films retained the 20th Century Pictures searchlight logo on their opening credits as well as its opening fanfare, but with the name changed to 20th Century-Fox.

After the merger was completed, Zanuck quickly signed young actors who would carry Twentieth Century-Fox for years:Script error Tyrone Power, Linda Darnell, Carmen Miranda, Don Ameche, Henry Fonda, Gene Tierney, Sonja Henie, and Betty Grable. Also on the Fox payroll he found two players who he built up into the studio's leading assets, Alice Faye and seven-year-old Shirley Temple. Favoring popular biographies and musicals, Zanuck built Fox back to profitability. Thanks to record attendance during World War II, Fox overtook RKO and Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (Hollywood's biggest studio) to become the third most profitable film studio. While Zanuck went off for eighteen months' war service, junior partner William Goetz kept profits high by going for light entertainment. The studio's—indeed the industry's—biggest star was creamy blonde Betty Grable.

In 1942, Spyros Skouras succeeded Kent as president of the studio. Together with Zanuck, who returned in 1943, they intended to make Fox's output more serious-minded.Script error During the next few years, with pictures like The Razor's Edge, Wilson, Gentleman's Agreement, The Snake Pit, Boomerang, and Pinky, Zanuck established a reputation for provocative, adult films. Fox also specialized in adaptations of best-selling books such as Ben Ames Williams' Leave Her to Heaven (1945), starring Gene Tierney, which was the highest-grossing Fox film of the 1940s. Fox also produced film versions of Broadway musicals, including the Rodgers and Hammerstein films, beginning with the musical version of State Fair (1945), the only work that the partnership wrote especially for films.

After the war, and with the advent of television, audiences slowly drifted away. Twentieth Century-Fox held on to its theaters until a court-mandated "divorce"; they were spun off as Fox National Theaters in 1953.Script error That year, with attendance at half the 1946 level, Twentieth Century-Fox gambled on an unproven gimmick. Noting that the two film sensations of 1952 had been Cinerama, which required three projectors to fill a giant curved screen, and "Natural Vision" 3D, which got its effects of depth by requiring the use of polarized glasses, Fox mortgaged its studio to buy rights to a French anamorphic projection system which gave a slight illusion of depth without glasses. President Spyros Skouras struck a deal with the inventor Henri Chrétien, leaving the other film studios empty-handed, and in 1953 introduced CinemaScope in the studio's groundbreaking feature film The Robe.[1]

Zanuck announced in February 1953 that henceforth all Fox pictures would be made in CinemaScope.[2] To convince theater owners to install this new process, Fox agreed to help pay conversion costs (about $25,000 per screen); and to ensure enough product, Fox gave access to CinemaScope to any rival studio choosing to use it. Seeing the box-office for the first two CinemaScope features, The Robe and How to Marry a Millionaire (also 1953), Warner Bros., MGM, Universal Pictures (then known as Universal-International), Columbia Pictures and Disney quickly adopted the process. In 1956 Fox engaged Robert Lippert to establish a subsidiary company, Regal Pictures, later Associated Producers Incorporated to film B pictures in CinemaScope (but "branded" RegalScope). Fox produced new musicals using the CinemaScope process including Carousel andThe King and I (both 1956).

CinemaScope brought a brief upturn in attendance, but by 1956 the numbers again began to slide.Script error[1] That year Darryl Zanuck announced his resignation as head of production. Zanuck moved to Paris, setting up as an independent producer, seldom being in the United States for many years.

Production and financial problems

Zanuck's successor, producer Buddy Adler, died a year later.Script error President Spyros Skouras brought in a series of production executives, but none had Zanuck's success. By the early 1960s, Fox was in trouble. A new version of Cleopatra had begun in 1959 with Joan Collins in the lead.[1] As a publicity gimmick, producer Walter Wanger offered $1 million to Elizabeth Taylor if she would star;[1] she accepted, and costs for Cleopatra began to escalate, aggravated by Richard Burton's on-set romance with Taylor, the surrounding media frenzy, and Skouras' selfish preferences and inexperienced micromanagement on the film's production. Not even his showmanship made up for his considerable lack of filmmaking expertise in speeding up production on Cleopatra.

Meanwhile, another remake—of the 1940 Cary Grant hit My Favorite Wife— was rushed into production in an attempt to turn over a quick profit to help keep Fox afloat. The romantic comedy entitled Something's Got to Give paired Marilyn Monroe, Fox's most bankable star of the 1950s, with Dean Martin, and director George Cukor. The troubled Monroe caused delays on a daily basis, and it quickly descended into a costly debacle. As Cleopatra‍ '​s budget passed $10 million, eventually costing around $40 million, Fox sold its back lot (now the site of Century City) to Alcoa in 1961 to raise cash. After several weeks of script rewrites on the Monroe picture and very little progress, mostly due to the director George Cukor's filming methods, in addition to Monroe's chronic sinusitus, Marilyn Monroe was fired from Something's Got to Give[1] and two months later she was found dead. According to Fox files she was rehired within weeks for a two-picture deal totaling $1 million, $500,000 to finish Something's Got to Give, plus a bonus at completion, and another $500,000 for What a Way to Go. Elizabeth Taylor's disruptive Template:POV statement reign on the Cleopatra set continued unchallenged from 1960 into 1962, though three Fox executives went to Rome in June 1962 to fire her.Template:Citation needed They learned that director Joseph L. Mankiewicz had filmed out of sequence and had only done interiors, so Fox was then forced to allow Taylor several more weeks of filming. In the meantime that summer of 1962, Fox released nearly all of its contract stars, including Jayne Mansfield.Script errorScript error

With few pictures on the schedule, Skouras wanted to rush Zanuck's big-budget war epic The Longest Day (1962),[1] a highly accurate account of the Allied invasion of Normandy on June 6, 1944, with a huge international cast, into release as another source of quick cash. This offended Zanuck, still Fox's largest shareholder, for whom The Longest Day was a labor of love that he had dearly wanted to produce for many years. After it became clear that Something's Got to Give would not be able to progress without Monroe in the lead (Martin had refused to work with anyone else), Skouras finally decided that re-signing her was unavoidable. But days before filming was due to resume, she was found dead at her Los Angeles home and the picture resumed filming as Move Over, Darling, with Doris Day and James Garner in the leads. Released in 1963, the film was a hit.[2] The unfinished scenes from Something's Got to Give were shelved for nearly 40 years. Rather than being rushed into release as if it were a B-picture, The Longest Day was lovingly and carefully produced under Zanuck's supervision. It was finally released at a length of three hours, and was well received.

At the next board meeting, Zanuck spoke for eight hours, convincing directors that Skouras was mismanaging the company and that he was the only possible successor. Zanuck was installed as chairman, and then named his son Richard Zanuck as president.[3] This new management group seized Cleopatra and rushed it to completion, shut down the studio, laid off the entire staff to save money, axed the long-running Movietone Newsreel and made a series of cheap, popular pictures that restored Fox as a major studio. The saving grace to the studio's fortunes came from the tremendous success of The Sound of Music (1965),[4] an expensive and handsomely produced film adaptation of the highly acclaimed Rodgers and Hammerstein Broadway musical, which became a significant success at the box office and won five Academy Awards, including Best Director (Robert Wise) and Best Picture of the Year.

Fox also had two big science-fiction hits in the 1960s: Fantastic Voyage (1966), and the original Planet of the Apes (1968), starring Charlton Heston, Kim Hunter, and Roddy McDowall. Fantastic Voyage was the last film made in CinemaScope, which was ultimately replaced by Panavision lenses.

Zanuck stayed on as chairman until 1971, but there were several expensive flops in his last years, resulting in Fox posting losses from 1969 to 1971. Following his removal, and after an uncertain period, new management brought Fox back to health. Under president Gordon T. Stulberg and production head Alan Ladd, Jr., Fox films connected with modern audiences. Stulberg used the profits to acquire resort properties, soft-drink bottlers, Australian theaters, and other properties in an attempt to diversify enough to offset the boom-or-bust cycle of picture-making.

Foreshadowing a pattern of film production still yet to come, in late 1973 Twentieth Century-Fox joined forces with Warner Bros. to co-produce The Towering Inferno (1974),[5] an all-star action blockbuster from producer Irwin Allen. Both studios found themselves owning the rights to books about burning skyscrapers. Allen insisted on a meeting with the heads of both studios and announced that as Fox was already in the lead with their property it would be career suicide to have competing movies. And so the first joint venture studio deal was struck. In hindsight whilst it may be common place now, back in the 1970s it was a risky, but revolutionary idea that paid off handsomely at both the domestic and international box offices around the world.

In 1977, Fox's success reached new heights and produced the most profitable film made up to that time, Star Wars. Substantial financial gains were realized as a result of the film's unprecedented success: from a low of $6 in June 1976, stock prices more than quadrupled to almost $27 after Star Wars' release; 1976 revenues of $195 million rose to $301 million in 1977.Script error

Marvin Davis and Rupert Murdoch

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Fox Plaza, Century City headquarters completed in 1987.

With financial stability came new owners, when Fox was sold for more than $700 million in 1981 to investors Marc Rich and Marvin Davis. Fox's assets included Pebble Beach Golf Links, the Aspen Skiing Company, and a Century City property upon which Davis built and twice sold Fox Plaza.

By 1984, Rich had become a fugitive from justice, having fled to Switzerland after being charged by U.S. federal prosecutors with tax evasion, racketeering, and illegal trading with Iran during the Iran hostage crisis. Rich's assets were frozen by U.S. authorities.[1] In 1984, Marvin Davis bought out Marc Rich's 50% interest in 20th Century-Fox Film Corporation for an undisclosed amount,[1] reported to be $116 million.Script error Davis sold this interest to Rupert Murdoch for $250 million in March 1985. Davis later backed out of a deal with Murdoch to purchase John Kluge's Metromedia television stations.Script error Murdoch went alone and bought the stations, and later bought out Davis' remaining stake in Fox for $325 million.Script error

To gain FCC approval of Fox's purchase of Metromedia's television holdings, once the stations of the long dissolved DuMont network, Murdoch had to become a U.S. citizen. He did so in 1985, and in 1986 the new Fox Broadcasting Company took to the air. Over the next 20-odd years, the network and owned-stations group expanded to become extremely profitable for News Corp.

Since January 2000, this company has been the international distributor for MGM/UA releases. In the 1980s, Fox—through a joint venture with CBS, called CBS/Fox Video—had distributed certain UA films on video, thus UA has come full circle by switching to Fox for video distribution. Fox also makes money distributing films for small independent film companies.

In 2008, Fox announced an Asian subsidiary, Fox STAR Studios, a joint venture with STAR TV, also owned by News Corporation. It was reported that Fox STAR would start by producing films for the Bollywood market, then expand to several Asian markets.[1]

In August 2012, 20th Century Fox signed a five-year deal with DreamWorks Animation to distribute in domestic and international markets. However, the deal did not include the distribution rights of previously released films which DreamWorks Animation acquired from Paramount Pictures later in 2014.[2] Fox's deal with DreamWorks Animation ended on June 2, 2017 with Captain Underpants: The First Epic Movie, with Universal Pictures taking over the distribution deal with DreamWorks Animation due to NBCUniversal's acquisition of DreamWorks Animation on August 22, 2016, starting on March 1, 2019 with the release of How to Train Your Dragon 3.

In 2012, Rupert Murdoch announced that News Corp. would be split into two publishing and media-oriented companies; a new News Corporation, and 21st Century Fox, which operates the Fox Entertainment Group and 20th Century Fox. Murdoch considered the name of the new company a way to maintain the 20th Century Fox's heritage as the group advances into the future.[3][4]

As of 2016, in Australia, 20th Century Fox has an expanded movie deal to replay movie and television content from television broadcasters, Network Ten, Eleven and One occasionally also on Nine Network, 9Gem & 9Go!.Template:Citation needed

In Sweden, the Netherlands and in the Philippines, 20th Century Fox films are distributed by fellow rival Warner Bros.Template:Citation needed

Acquisition by Disney

On December 14, 2017, The Walt Disney Company announced plans to purchase 21st Century Fox, which includes 20th Century Fox, for $52.4 billion.[5]

Television

20th Television is Fox's television syndication division. 20th Century Fox Television is the studio's television production division.

During the mid-1950s features were released to television in the hope that they would broaden sponsorship and help distribution of network programs. Blocks of one-hour programming of feature films to national sponsors on 128 stations was organized by Twentieth Century Fox and National Telefilm Associates. Twentieth Century Fox received 50 percent interest in NTA Film network after it sold its library to National Telefilm Associates. This gave 90 minutes of cleared time a week and syndicated feature films to 110 non-interconnected stations for sale to national sponsors.[6]

Buyout of Four Star

Rupert Murdoch's 20th Century Fox bought out the remaining assets of Four Star Television from Ronald Perelman's Compact Video in 1996.[7] Most of Four Star Television's library of programs are controlled by 20th Century Fox Television today.[8][9][10] After Murdoch's numerous buyouts during the buyout era of the eighties, News Corporation had built up financial debts of $7 billion (much from Sky TV in the UK), despite the many assets that were held by NewsCorp.[11] The high levels of debt caused Murdoch to sell many of the American magazine interests he had acquired in the mid-1980s.

Music

Between 1933 and 1937, a custom record label called Fox Movietone was produced starting at F-100 and running through F-136. It featured songs from Fox movies, first using material recorded and issued on Victor's Bluebird label and halfway through switched to material recorded and issued on ARC's dime store labels (Melotone, Perfect, etc.). These scarce records were sold only at Fox Theaters.

Fox Music has been Fox's music arm since 2000. It encompasses music publishing and licensing businesses, dealing primarily with Fox Entertainment Group television and film soundtracks.

Prior to Fox Music, 20th Century Records was its music arm from 1958 to 1982.

Radio

The Twentieth Century Fox Presents radio series[12] were broadcast between 1936 and 1942. More often than not, the shows were a radio preview featuring a medley of the songs and soundtracks from the latest movie being released into the theaters, much like the modern day movie trailers we now see on TV, to encourage folks to head down to their nearest Picture House.

The radio shows featured the original stars, with the announcer narrating a lead up that encapsulated the performance.

Motion picture film processing

From its earliest ventures into movie production, Fox Film Corporation operated its own processing laboratories. The original lab was located in Fort Lee, New Jersey along with the studios. A lab was included with the new studio built in Los Angeles in 1916.[13] Headed by Alan E. Freedman, the Fort Lee lab was moved into the new Fox Studios building in Manhattan in 1919.[14] In 1932, Freedman bought the labs from Fox for $2,000,000 to bolster what at that time was a failing Fox liquidity.[15][16] He renamed the operation "DeLuxe Laboratories" which much later became DeLuxe Entertainment Services Group. In the 1940s Freedman sold the labs back to what was then 20th Century Fox and remained as president into the 1960s. Under Freedman's leadership, DeLuxe added two more labs in Chicago and Toronto and processed film from studios other than Fox.

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Screenshot 20th Century Fox Logo in 1975

20th Century Fox's second logo, used from 1953 to 1987. This version was designed by Pacific Title artist Rocky Longo, and was originally created for the new CinemaScope process.

20th Century Fox is known for its searchlight structure logo. Its fanfare was originally composed in 1933 by Alfred Newman, who became the head of Twentieth Century-Fox's music department from 1940 until the 1960s. It was re-recorded in 1935 when 20th Century-Fox was officially established.

The original Art Deco iteration of the 20th Century-Fox logo, designed by special effects animator and matte painting artist Emil Kosa Jr., was originally made as the design for the 20th Century Pictures logo, with "Fox" replacing "Pictures, Inc." in 1935. The logo was originally created as a matte painting on several layers of glass and was animated frame-by-frame. Kosa's final major work for Fox was a matte painting of the Statue of Liberty in the ending scene of Planet of the Apes (1968), shortly before his death.

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20th Century Fox's iconic CGI logo used from 1994 to 2010. It can still be seen on various of Fox's websites.

In 1953, Rocky Longo, an artist at Pacific Title (now Pacific Title and Art), was hired to recreate the original logo design for the new CinemaScope picture process. Alfred Newman also re-composed the logo's fanfare with an extension to be heard during the CinemaScope logo that would follow after the Fox logo for films made using the new lenses. In order to give the design the required width to fit into the CinemaScope frame, Longo tilted the number "0" in "20th". The new fanfare was first used on the film How to Marry a Millionaire (1953). The Robe, the first film released in the CinemaScope format, featured a choir singing over the logo instead of the regular fanfare.

In 1981, Longo repainted and updated the logo design by recoloring it yellow, redesigning it, placing the monument on a background of blue clouds and straightened the "0" in "20th". The Fox fanfare was re-orchestrated in 1981, as Longo's revised logo was being introduced.

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By the 1970s, the Fox fanfare was being used in films sporadically. George Lucas enjoyed the Alfred Newman fanfare so much that he insisted for it to be used on Star Wars (1977). As a result, the original release of Star Wars featured the CinemaScope version of the logo, but with the version of fanfare as conducted by Lionel Newman, as the original version by Alfred Newman had been misfiled. John Williams composed the film's opening theme in the same key as the fanfare ([[B-flat major|BTemplate:Flat major]]), serving as an extension to it of sorts. In 1980, Williams conducted a new version of the extended fanfare for The Empire Strikes Back. Williams' recording of the fanfare was then used in every subsequent Star Wars film until Episode III – Revenge of the Sith (2005). After the introduction of the CGI Fox logo in 1994, the series used the final view of the new logo, replicating look of the first three released films' opening logos and allowing the Lucasfilm logo to appear during the second part of the fanfare.

In 1994, after a few failed attempts (which even included trying to film the familiar monument as an actual three-dimensional model,Template:Citation needed) Fox in-house television producer Kevin Burns was hired to produce a new logo for the company, this time using the then-new process of computer-generated imagery (CGI). With the help of graphics producer Steve Soffer and his company Studio Productions (which had recently given face-lifts to the Paramount Pictures and Universal Studios logos in 1986 and 1990, respectively), Burns insisted that the new logo would contain more detail and animation, so that the longer 21-second Fox fanfare would be used as the underscore. The new logo incorporated a virtual Los Angeles cityscape that was designed around the monument; in the background, the Hollywood sign, which would give the monument an actual location (approximating Fox's actual address in Century City) can be seen. One final touch was the addition of store-front signs, with each one bearing the name of Fox executives who worked with the studio at the time. These include "Murdoch's Department Store" (referring to Rupert Murdoch, president of News Corporation, Fox's parent at the time), "Chernin's" (referring to Peter Chernin), "Burns Tri-City Alarm" (an homage to Burns' late father, who owned a burglar and fire alarm company in Upstate New York), "Steve's Place" (referring to Soffer) and "llinidi's". It was also the first time Fox was recognized as a subsidiary of News Corporation, as a byline reading "A News Corporation Company" was incorporated into the logo.

As the CGI logo was being prepared to premiere at the beginning of True Lies (1994), Burns asked Bruce BroughtonTemplate:Citation needed to compose a new version of the familiar fanfare by Alfred Newman. In 1997, Alfred's son David Newman recorded the new version of the fanfare to reopen the Newman Scoring Stage (originally known as Fox Scoring Stage), and debuted with the release of Anastasia (1997). This rendition is still in use as of 2017.

In 2009, a newly updated CGI logo produced by Blue Sky Studios debuted with the film Avatar (2009). A "75th anniversary" version of the logo was introduced to coincide with 20th Century Fox's 75th anniversary the following year (much akin to practices made by most of the other American major film studios at the time), and made its official debut with Percy Jackson & the Olympians: The Lightning Thief and made its final appearance with Gulliver's Travels.[17]

Legacy

Numerous parodies of the fanfare have appeared in film and television. Variations have also been used by other Fox divisions and affiliated television stations, including WTVT in Tampa, Florida, and the now-defunct Fox Kids Network. Fox Searchlight Pictures, Foxstar Productions, and Fox Studios Australia are just a few of the other corporate entities that have used variations based on the original logo's design. 21st Century Fox, the corporate successor to the old News Corporation, uses a logo incorporating a minimalist representation of the searchlights featured in the logo.[3]

Highest-grossing films

Highest-grossing films in North America[18]
Rank Title Year Box office gross
1 Avatar 2009 $760,507,625
2 Titanic 2 1997 $658,672,302
3 Star Wars: Episode I – The Phantom Menace 1 1999 $474,544,677
4 Star Wars 3 1977 $460,998,007
5 Star Wars: Episode III – Revenge of the Sith 1 2005 $380,270,577
6 Deadpool 2016 $363,070,709
7 Star Wars: Episode II – Attack of the Clones 1 2002 $310,676,740
8 Return of the Jedi 1 1983 $309,306,177
9 Independence Day 1996 $306,169,268
10 The Empire Strikes Back 1 1980 $290,475,067
11 Home Alone 1990 $285,761,243
12 Night at the Museum 2006 $250,863,268
13 X-Men: The Last Stand 2006 $234,362,462
14 X-Men: Days of Future Past 2014 $233,921,534
15 Cast Away 2000 $233,632,142
16 The Martian 2015 $228,433,663
17 Logan 2017 $226,277,068
18 Alvin and the Chipmunks: The Squeakquel 2009 $219,614,612
19 Mrs. Doubtfire 1993 $219,195,243
20 Alvin and the Chipmunks 2007 $217,326,974
21 X2: X-Men United 2003 $214,949,694
22 Dawn of the Planet of the Apes 2014 $208,545,589
23 Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs 2009 $196,573,705
24 Ice Age: The Meltdown 2006 $195,330,621
25 The Croods 4 2013 $187,168,425
Highest-grossing films worldwide
Rank Title Year Box office gross
1 Avatar 2009 $2,787,965,087
2 Titanic 2 1997 $2,186,772,302
3 Star Wars: Episode I – The Phantom Menace 1 1999 $1,027,044,677
4 Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs 2009 $886,686,817
5 Ice Age: Continental Drift 2012 $877,244,782
6 Star Wars: Episode III – Revenge of the Sith 1 2005 $848,754,768
7 Independence Day 1996 $817,400,891
8 Deadpool 2016 $783,112,979
9 Star Wars 3 1977 $775,398,007
10 X-Men: Days of Future Past 2014 $747,862,775
11 Dawn of the Planet of the Apes 2014 $710,644,566
12 Ice Age: The Meltdown 2006 $660,940,780
13 Star Wars: Episode II – Attack of the Clones 1 2002 $649,398,328
14 The Martian 2015 $630,161,890
15 How to Train Your Dragon 2 4 2014 $621,537,519
16 Logan 2017 $616,225,934
17 Life of Pi 2012 $609,016,565
18 The Croods 4 2013 $587,204,668
19 Night at the Museum 2006 $574,480,841
20 The Day After Tomorrow 2004 $544,272,402
21 The Empire Strikes Back 1 1980 $547,969,004
22 X-Men: Apocalypse 2016 $543,934,787
23 The Revenant 2015 $532,950,503
24 The Simpsons Movie 2007 $527,071,022
25 Kung Fu Panda 3 4 2016 $521,170,825

—Includes theatrical reissue(s).

Films

Archive

The Academy Film Archive houses the 20th Century Fox Features Collection which contains features, trailers, and production elements mostly from the Fox, Twentieth Century, and Twentieth Century-Fox studios, from the late 1920s–1950s.[19]

See also

Notes

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  1. Ambox notice Note 1 Theatrical and home media distribution rights were to be transferred from 20th Century Fox to Walt Disney Studios in May 2020.[20] The digital distribution rights belong to Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment, as Lucasfilm retained the film's digital distribution rights prior to its acquisition by Disney.[21]
  2. Ambox notice Note 2 International distribution only. Released by Paramount Pictures domestically in North America.
  3. Ambox notice Note 3 Although the theatrical and home video distribution rights to all other Star Wars films were to be transferred to Walt Disney Studios by May 2020,[20] 20th Century Fox was to continue to own theatrical, home video, digital, and broadcast distribution rights to A New Hope for the foreseeable future.[21] On December 14, 2017, The Walt Disney Company announced it is acquiring most of Fox's parent company, 21st Century Fox, including the film studio.[5]
  4. Ambox notice Note 4 Though NBCUniversal bought DreamWorks Animation,[22][23] the film's distribution rights will remain with 20th Century Fox for a certain period of time before reverting to Universal Pictures.

References

Parodies

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  1. 20th Century Studios/Thomas
  2. 20th Century Studios/TUGS
  3. 20th Century Studios/Skarloey
  4. 20th Century Studios/Jack and the Pack
  5. 20th Century Studios/Buffy the Vampire Slayer
  6. 20th Century Studios/Dark Shadows
  7. 20th Century Studios/Cheaper by the Dozen (2003)
  8. 20th Century Studios/Sailor Moon
  9. 20th Century Studios/Teen Titans
  10. 20th Century Studios/Gossip Girl
  11. 20th Century Studios/Clarence
  12. 20th Century Studios/The Amityville Horror (2005)
  13. 20th Century Studios/Victorious
  14. 20th Century Studios/It's a Boy Girl Thing (2006)
  15. 20th Century Studios/The Clique (2008)
  16. 20th Century Studios/Despicable Me 3 (2017)
  17. 20th Century Studios/The Smurfs 2 (2013)
  18. 20th Century Studios/Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs 2 (2013)
  19. 20th Century Studios/Grown Ups 2 (2013)
  20. 20th Century Studios/Monsters University
  21. 20th Century Studios/Percy Jackson: Sea of Monsters
  22. 20th Century Studios/Journey 2: The Mysterious Island
  23. 20th Century Studios/Dr. Dolittle: Million Dollar Mutts (2009)
  24. 20th Century Studios/How To Train Your Dragon 2 (2014)
  25. 20th Century Studios/The Amazing Spider-Man 2 (2014)
  26. 20th Century Studios/Dolphin Tale 2 (2014)
  27. 20th Century Studios/Horrible Bosses 2 (2014)
  28. 20th Century Studios/Pitch Perfect 2 (2015)
  29. 20th Century Studios/Rio 3 (2017)
  30. 20th Century Studios/The Kidsongs Television Show
  31. 20th Century Studios/The Wind in the Willows
  32. 20th Century Studios/The Pink Panther
  33. 20th Century Studios/Wee Sing
  34. 20th Century Studios/Labyrinth (1986)
  35. 20th Century Studios/Tower of Terror (1997)
  36. 20th Century Studios/The Wacky Adventures of Ronald McDonald
  37. 20th Century Studios/Back at the Barnyard
  38. 20th Century Studios/Sleeping Beauty
  39. 20th Century Studios/The Aristocats
  40. 20th Century Studios/Song of the South
  41. 20th Century Studios/The Brave Little Toaster
  42. 20th Century Studios/Mary Poppins
  43. 20th Century Studios/Fun and Fancy Free
  44. 20th Century Studios/Barney
  45. 20th Century Studios/Sesame Street
  46. 20th Century Studios/Muppets
  47. 20th Century Studios/Arthur
  48. 20th Century Studios/Cyberchase
  49. 20th Century Studios/Wild Kratts
  50. 20th Century Studios/Zoboomafoo
  51. 20th Century Studios/Timmy the Tooth
  52. 20th Century Studios/Mario
  53. 20th Century Studios/Sonic
  54. 20th Century Studios/Pokemon
  55. 20th Century Studios/Kirby
  56. 20th Century Studios/PAC-MAN
  57. 20th Century Studios/Zelda
  58. 20th Century Studios/Metal Gear Solid
  59. 20th Century Studios/Wreck-It Ralph
  60. 20th Century Studios/Casablanca (1942)
  61. 20th Century Studios/The Wizard of Oz
  62. 20th Century Studios/Oz: The Great and Powerful
  63. 20th Century Studios/Legends of Oz: Dorothy's Return
  64. 20th Century Studios/Family Guy
  65. 20th Century Studios/The Simpsons
  66. 20th Century Studios/Archer
  67. 20th Century Studios/King of the Hill
  68. 20th Century Studios/South Park
  69. 20th Century Studios/American Dad
  70. 20th Century Studios/The Cleveland Show
  71. 20th Century Studios/Futurama
  72. 20th Century Studios/The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge Out of Water
  73. 20th Century Studios/Spongebob
  74. 20th Century Studios/Rugrats
  75. 20th Century Studios/Hey Arnold
  76. 20th Century Studios/Jimmy Neutron
  77. 20th Century Studios/The Fairly OddParents
  78. 20th Century Studios/Blue's Clues
  79. 20th Century Studios/Dora the Explorer
  80. 20th Century Studios/Wallace and Gromit
  81. 20th Century Studios/Monster House
  82. 20th Century Studios/Open Season
  83. 20th Century Studios/Surf's Up
  84. 20th Century Studios/Hotel Transylvania
  85. 20th Century Studios/The Pirates! Band of Misfits
  86. 20th Century Studios/Sanjay and Craig
  87. 20th Century Studios/Bob's Burgers
  88. 20th Century Studios/Codename: Kids Next Door
  89. 20th Century Studios/Chowder
  90. 20th Century Studios/Recess
  91. 20th Century Studios/The Marvelous Misadventures of Flapjack
  92. 20th Century Studios/Gravity Falls
  93. 20th Century Studios/Fat Albert (2004)
  94. 20th Century Studios/Mean Girls (2004)
  95. 20th Century Studios/Jersey Girl (2004)
  96. 20th Century Studios/DodgeBall: A True Underdog Story (2004)
  97. 20th Century Studios/Fantastic Four (2005)
  98. 20th Century Studios/Robots
  99. 20th Century Studios/Garfield
  100. 20th Century Studios/Peanuts
  101. 20th Century Studios/Ice Age
  102. 20th Century Studios/Alvin and the Chipmunks
  103. 20th Century Studios/VeggieTales
  104. 20th Century Studios/101 Dalmatians
  105. 20th Century Studios/The Jungle Book
  106. 20th Century Studios/The Rescuers
  107. 20th Century Studios/Bedknobs and Broomsticks
  108. 20th Century Studios/Shrek
  109. 20th Century Studios/Shark Tale
  110. 20th Century Studios/Madagascar
  111. 20th Century Studios/Over the Hedge
  112. 20th Century Studios/Bee Movie
  113. 20th Century Studios/Kung Fu Panda
  114. 20th Century Studios/Fiddler on the Roof (1971)
  115. 20th Century Studios/Meet Me in St. Louis (1944)
  116. 20th Century Studios/Ben-Hur (1959)
  117. 20th Century Studios/The Bells of St. Mary's (1945)
  118. 20th Century Studios/Hope and Glory (1987)
  119. 20th Century Studios/A Prayer for the Dying (1987)
  120. 20th Century Studios/Winnie the Pooh
  121. 20th Century Studios/Dr. Seuss
  122. 20th Century Studios/Mickey Mouse
  123. 20th Century Studios/Oliver and Company
  124. 20th Century Studios/Cats Don't Dance
  125. 20th Century Studios/Seinfeld
  126. 20th Century Studios/Judge Judy
  127. 20th Century Studios/Toy Story
  128. 20th Century Studios/A Bug's Life
  129. 20th Century Studios/Finding Nemo
  130. 20th Century Studios/The Incredibles
  131. 20th Century Studios/Cars
  132. 20th Century Studios/Planes
  133. 20th Century Studios/Brave
  134. 20th Century Studios/Ratatouille
  135. 20th Century Studios/WALL-E
  136. 20th Century Studios/The Sound of Music (1965)
  137. 20th Century Studios/State Fair (1945)
  138. 20th Century Studios/Oklahoma! (1955)
  139. 20th Century Studios/Loonatics Unleashed
  140. 20th Century Studios/The Great Mouse Detective
  141. 20th Century Studios/Snow White
  142. 20th Century Studios/Lady and the Tramp
  143. 20th Century Studios/The Black Cauldron
  144. 20th Century Studios/Alice in Wonderland
  145. 20th Century Studios/Robin Hood
  146. 20th Century Studios/Peter Pan
  147. 20th Century Studios/Pinocchio
  148. 20th Century Studios/Bambi
  149. 20th Century Studios/Cinderella
  150. 20th Century Studios/Dumbo
  151. 20th Century Studios/The Music Man (1962)
  152. 20th Century Studios/My Fair Lady (1964)
  153. 20th Century Studios/Damn Yankees! (1958)
  154. 20th Century Studios/Alexander & The Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day (2014)
  155. 20th Century Studios/Annie (2014)
  156. 20th Century Studios/Birdman (2014)
  157. 20th Century Studios/Penguins of Madagascar (2014)
  158. 20th Century Studios/The Lego Movie (2014)
  159. 20th Century Studios/Mr. Peabody & Sherman (2014)
  160. 20th Century Studios/Big Hero 6 (2014)
  161. 20th Century Studios/Frozen (2013)
  162. 20th Century Studios/The Last Mimzy (2007)
  163. 20th Century Studios/Elf
  164. 20th Century Studios/John Tucker Must Die (2006)
  165. 20th Century Studios/Turbo (2013)
  166. 20th Century Studios/Epic (2013)
  167. 20th Century Studios/Rise of the Guardians (2012)
  168. 20th Century Studios/The Lorax (2012)
  169. 20th Century Studios/Minions (2015)
  170. 20th Century Studios/Pan (2015)
  171. 20th Century Studios/Inside Out (2015)
  172. 20th Century Studios/Home (2015)
  173. 20th Century Studios/Project Almanac (2015)
  174. 20th Century Studios/In The Heart Of The Sea
  175. 20th Century Studios/Kingmsan: The Secret Service
  176. 20th Century Studios/Hillsong: Let Hope Rise
  177. 20th Century Studios/Looney Tunes
  178. 20th Century Studios/Tiny Toon Adventures
  179. 20th Century Studios/Animaniacs
  180. 20th Century Studios/The Little Mermaid
  181. 20th Century Studios/Beauty and the Beast
  182. 20th Century Studios/Aladdin
  183. 20th Century Studios/The Lion King
  184. 20th Century Studios/Pocahontas
  185. 20th Century Studios/The Hunchback of Notre Dame
  186. 20th Century Studios/Hercules
  187. 20th Century Studios/Mulan
  188. 20th Century Studios/Tarzan
  189. 20th Century Studios/The Secret Partner (1961)
  190. 20th Century Studios/Doctor Zhivago (1965)
  191. 20th Century Studios/Ed, Edd n Eddy
  192. 20th Century Studios/Dexter's Laboratory
  193. 20th Century Studios/Adventure Time
  194. 20th Century Studios/Regular Show
  195. 20th Century Studios/Ben 10: Ultimate Alien
  196. 20th Century Studios/The Amazing World of Gumball
  197. 20th Century Studios/Dinner at Eight (1933)
  198. 20th Century Studios/Gone with the Wind (1939)
  199. 20th Century Studios/Goodbye, Mr. Chips (1939)
  200. 20th Century Studios/Singin' in the Rain (1952)
  201. 20th Century Studios/Easter Parade (1948)
  202. 20th Century Studios/The Rainbow (1989)
  203. 20th Century Studios/Rainbow (1996)
  204. 20th Century Studios/Finian's Rainbow (1968)
  205. 20th Century Studios/Fullmetal Alchemist
  206. 20th Century Studios/Street Fighter
  207. 20th Century Studios/Tekken
  208. 20th Century Studios/Mega Man X
  209. 20th Century Studios/Sabrina The Animated Series
  210. 20th Century Studios/Legend of Korra
  211. 20th Century Studios/Sailor Moon Crystal
  212. 20th Century Studios/Suite Pretty Cure
  213. 20th Century Studios/Yours, Mines and Ours (2005)
  214. 20th Century Studios/The Frighteners (1996)
  215. 20th Century Studios/Ghost (1990)
  216. 20th Century Studios/Mostly Ghostly: Have You Met My Ghoulfriend?
  217. 20th Century Studios/Once Upon a Time
  218. 20th Century Studios/Strawberry Shortcake
  219. 20th Century Studios/Squirrel Boy
  220. 20th Century Studios/A Christmas Carol
  221. 20th Century Studios/Sonny with a Chance
  222. 20th Century Studios/Dog with a Blog
  223. 20th Century Studios/Liv and Maddie
  224. 20th Century Studios/Bee and Puppycat
  225. 20th Century Studios/Bravest Warriors
  226. 20th Century Studios/Stickin' Around
  227. 20th Century Studios/The Mighty B!
  228. 20th Century Studios/Wizards of Waverly Place
  229. 20th Century Studios/iCarly
  230. 20th Century Studios/Drake & Josh
  231. 20th Century Studios/Steven Universe
  232. 20th Century Studios/Dance Moms
  233. 20th Century Studios/The Grim Adventures of Billy & Mandy
  234. 20th Century Studios/The Life and Times of Juniper Lee
  235. 20th Century Studios/The Weekenders
  236. 20th Century Studios/Detention
  237. 20th Century Studios/Atomic Betty
  238. 20th Century Studios/Braceface
  239. 20th Century Studios/Lloyd in Space
  240. 20th Century Studios/Doug
  241. 20th Century Studios/Fanboy and Chum Chum
  242. 20th Century Studios/The Haunting (1999)
  243. 20th Century Studios/27 Dresses (2008)
  244. 20th Century Studios/Shake It Up
  245. 20th Century Studios/A.N.T. Farm
  246. 20th Century Studios/90210
  247. 20th Century Studios/The O.C.
  248. 20th Century Studios/The Carrie Diaries
  249. 20th Century Studios/Veronica Mars
  250. 20th Century Studios/One Tree Hill
  251. 20th Century Studios/Gilmore Girls
  252. 20th Century Studios/NYC Prep
  253. 20th Century Studios/The Secret Life of the American Teenager
  254. 20th Century Studios/Privileged
  255. 20th Century Studios/The Vampire Diaries
  256. 20th Century Studios/The Secret Circle
  257. 20th Century Studios/Pretty Little Liars
  258. 20th Century Studios/The Sixth Sense (1999)
  259. 20th Century Studios/The Ring (2002)
  260. 20th Century Studios/The Haunting (1963)
  261. 20th Century Studios/The Nightmare Before Christmas
  262. 20th Century Studios/Gregory Horror Show
  263. 20th Century Studios/Samurai Pizza Cats
  264. 20th Century Studios/Good Burger
  265. 20th Century Studios/Cyborg Kuro-chan
  266. 20th Century Studios/Dino Babies
  267. 20th Century Studios/Bobby's World
  268. 20th Century Studios/Anime
  269. 20th Century Studios/DC
  270. 20th Century Studios/Marvel
  271. 20th Century Studios/Disney
  272. 20th Century Studios/Adventures of the Little Koala
  273. 20th Century Studios/Maple Town
  274. 20th Century Studios/Totally Spies!
  275. 20th Century Studios/Five Nights at Freddy's
  276. 20th Century Studios/Mumfie
  277. 20th Century Studios/Pound Puppies (1986)
  278. 20th Century Studios/Pecola
  279. 20th Century Studios/PB&J Otter
  280. 20th Century Studios/Richie Rich
  281. 20th Century Studios/The Get Along Gang
  282. 20th Century Studios/Shirt Tales
  283. 20th Century Studios/Sylvanian Families
  284. 20th Century Studios/The Wuzzles
  285. 20th Century Studios/Monchhichis
  286. 20th Century Studios/Baby's Day Out
  287. 20th Century Studios/Rude Dog and the Dweebs
  288. 20th Century Studios/Popples
  289. 20th Century Studios/Seabert
  290. 20th Century Studios/Little Clowns of Happytown
  291. 20th Century Studios/Bubble Bobble
  292. 20th Century Studios/Mappy
  293. 20th Century Studios/Thunderbirds
  294. 20th Century Studios/Terrahawks
  295. 20th Century Studios/Mixels
  296. 20th Century Studios/Conker's Bad Fur Day
  297. 20th Century Studios/The Nutshack
  298. 20th Century Studios/Ghostbusters
  299. 20th Century Studios/Back to the Future
  300. 20th Century Studios/Beetlejuice (1988)
  301. 20th Century Studios/Problem Child (1990)
  302. 20th Century Studios/Gung Ho! (1986)
  303. 20th Century Studios/Monkeybone
  304. 20th Century Studios/Killer Klowns from Outer Space
  305. 20th Century Studios/Home Alone
  306. 20th Century Studios/Inspector Gadget
  307. 20th Century Studios/Hello Kitty's Furry Tale Theater
  308. 20th Century Studios/Around the World with Willy Fog
  309. 20th Century Studios/Foofur
  310. 20th Century Studios/Ovide and the Gang
  311. 20th Century Studios/Noozles
  312. 20th Century Studios/The World of David the Gnome
  313. 20th Century Studios/Doctor Snuggles
  314. 20th Century Studios/The NewZealand Story
  315. 20th Century Studios/The Wild Puffalumps
  316. 20th Century Studios/Kissyfur
  317. 20th Century Studios/Sooty
  318. 20th Century Studios/Pajanimals
  319. 20th Century Studios/Bertha
  320. 20th Century Studios/Postman Pat
  321. 20th Century Studios/The Adventures of The Little Prince
  322. 20th Century Studios/Grimm's Fairy Tale Classics
  323. 20th Century Studios/Pee-Wee's Playhouse
  324. 20th Century Studios/Muppet Babies
  325. 20th Century Studios/The Mysterious Cities of Gold
  326. 20th Century Studios/Congo (1995)
  327. 20th Century Studios/Idle Hands (1999)
  328. 20th Century Studios/C.H.O.M.P.S. (1979)
  329. 20th Century Studios/The Villain (1979)
  330. 20th Century Studios/Without a Paddle (2004)
  331. 20th Century Studios/Friends
  332. 20th Century Studios/Where's My Water
  333. 20th Century Studios/Thomas and the Magic Railroad
  334. 20th Century Studios/LocoRoco
  335. 20th Century Studios/Winky Dink and You
  336. 20th Century Studios/Go!Animate
  337. 20th Century Studios/Real World Muppets
  338. 20th Century Studios/To Love-Ru
  339. 20th Century Studios/American Teen (2008)
  340. 20th Century Studios/Clueless (1995)
  341. 20th Century Studios/The Breakfast Club (1985)
  342. 20th Century Studios/American Pie (1999)
  343. 20th Century Studios/The Princess Diaries (2001)
  344. 20th Century Studios/17 Again (2009)
  345. 20th Century Studios/Get Over It (2001)
  346. 20th Century Studios/The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants (2005)
  347. 20th Century Studios/From Justin to Kelly (2003)
  348. 20th Century Studios/The Wild Thornberrys
  349. 20th Century Studios/Sabrina, the Teenage Witch
  350. 20th Century Studios/Boy Meets World
  351. 20th Century Studios/The Suite Life of Zack & Cody
  352. 20th Century Studios/Freaky Friday (2003)
  353. 20th Century Studios/That's So Raven
  354. 20th Century Studios/Even Stevens
  355. 20th Century Studios/Malibu's Most Wanted (2003)
  356. 20th Century Studios/School for Vampires
  357. 20th Century Studios/Clarissa Explains It All
  358. 20th Century Studios/Maburaho
  359. 20th Century Studios/Salute Your Shorts
  360. 20th Century Studios/Beetlejuice (Cartoon)
  361. 20th Century Studios/The Secret World of Alex Mack
  362. 20th Century Studios/Maka Maka (1992 Game)
  363. 20th Century Studios/iCarly
  364. 20th Century Studios/Zoey 101
  365. 20th Century Studios/Best Friends Whenever
  366. 20th Century Studios/Invisible Sister (2015)
  367. 20th Century Studios/The Adventures of Pete & Pete
  368. 20th Century Studios/The Amanda Show
  369. 20th Century Studios/The Mystery Files of Shelby Woo
  370. 20th Century Studios/Samurai Champloo
  371. 20th Century Studios/W.I.T.C.H.
  372. 20th Century Studios/Fillmore!
  373. 20th Century Studios/Stoked
  374. 20th Century Studios/Detention
  375. 20th Century Studios/Azumanga Daioh
  376. 20th Century Studios/School Rumble
  377. 20th Century Studios/Daria
  378. 20th Century Studios/Bamboo Blade
  379. 20th Century Studios/Clone High
  380. 20th Century Studios/Chibi Maruko-chan
  381. 20th Century Studios/Growing Up Creepie
  382. 20th Century Studios/Ruby Gloom
  383. 20th Century Studios/The Addams Family
  384. 20th Century Studios/Yu-Gi-Oh!
  385. 20th Century Studios/Soul Eater Not!
  386. 20th Century Studios/WataMote
  387. 20th Century Studios/School Days
  388. 20th Century Studios/Random! Cartoons
  389. 20th Century Studios/The Perfect Man (2005)
  390. 20th Century Studios/The Ghosts of Motley Hall
  391. 20th Century Studios/Lady in White (1988)
  392. 20th Century Studios/Cory in the House
  393. 20th Century Studios/To Love-Ru
  394. 20th Century Studios/American Teen (2008)
  395. 20th Century Studios/Batteries Not Included (1987)
  396. 20th Century Studios/Project X (1987)
  397. 20th Century Studios/Equestria Girls
  398. 20th Century Studios/Generator Rex
  399. 20th Century Studios/The Buzz on Maggie
  400. 20th Century Studios/ChalkZone
  401. 20th Century Studios/Final Fantasy
  402. 20th Century Studios/Borderlands
  403. 20th Century Studios/Little Bear
  404. 20th Century Studios/Jackie Chan Adventures
  405. 20th Century Studios/Fargo (1996)
  406. 20th Century Studios/American Mary (2012)
  407. 20th Century Studios/They (2002)
  408. 20th Century Studios/The Dust Factory (2004)
  409. 20th Century Studios/Pillow Talk (1959)
  410. 20th Century Studios/Brave New Girl (2004)
  411. 20th Century Studios/Gothic (1986)
  412. 20th Century Studios/The Maiden and the Princess (2011)
  413. 20th Century Studios/We Bare Bears
  414. 20th Century Studios/Problem Solverz
  415. 20th Century Studios/Sheep In The Big City
  416. 20th Century Studios/Whatever Happened to Robot Jones?
  417. 20th Century Studios/Courage the Cowardly Dog
  418. 20th Century Studios/Aaahh!!! Real Monsters
  419. 20th Century Studios/Almost Heroes
  420. 20th Century Studios/Finding Dory
  421. 20th Century Studios/Despicable Me (2010)
  422. 20th Century Studios/Despicable Me 2 (2013)
  423. 20th Century Studios/The Smurfs (2011)
  424. 20th Century Studios/Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs (2009)
  425. 20th Century Studios/Grown Ups (2010)
  426. 20th Century Studios/Monsters, Inc.
  427. 20th Century Studios/Monsters University
  428. 20th Century Studios/Percy Jackson: The Lightning Thief
  429. 20th Century Studios/Journey to the Center of the Earth
  430. 20th Century Studios/Journey 2: The Mysterious Island
  431. 20th Century Studios/Dr. Dolittle (1998)
  432. 20th Century Studios/Dr. Dolittle 2 (2001)
  433. 20th Century Studios/Into the Woods (film)
  434. 20th Century Studios/The Big Bus (1976)
  435. 20th Century Studios/The Devil's Own (1997)
  436. 20th Century Studios/Talladega Nights: The Ballad of Ricky Bobby (2006)
  437. 20th Century Studios/Cry_Wolf (2005)
  438. 20th Century Studios/When a Stranger Calls (2006)
  439. 20th Century Studios/My Soul to Take (2010)
  440. 20th Century Studios/Dead Tone (2007)
  441. 20th Century Studios/My Little Eye (2002)
  442. 20th Century Studios/Prom Night (2008)
  443. 20th Century Studios/Halloween (1978)
  444. 20th Century Studios/Dark Ride (2006)
  445. 20th Century Studios/Student Bodies (1981)
  446. 20th Century Studios/Cherry Falls (2000)
  447. 20th Century Studios/To All a Goodnight (1980)
  448. 20th Century Studios/Sleepaway Camp (1983)
  449. 20th Century Studios/High Tension (2003)
  450. 20th Century Studios/All the Boys Love Mandy Lane (2006)
  451. 20th Century Studios/The Sleeper (2012)
  452. 20th Century Studios/I've Been Waiting for You (1998)
  453. 20th Century Studios/A Girl Like Her (2015)
  454. 20th Century Studios/Cyberbully (2011)
  455. 20th Century Studios/Thirteen (2003)
  456. 20th Century Studios/Let the Right One In (2008)
  457. 20th Century Studios/Let Me In (2010)
  458. 20th Century Studios/Heathers (1988)
  459. 20th Century Studios/Carrie (2002)
  460. 20th Century Studios/Carrie (2013)
  461. 20th Century Studios/Finding Kind (2011)
  462. 20th Century Studios/The Rage: Carrie 2 (1999)
  463. 20th Century Studios/Tamara (2005)
  464. 20th Century Studios/Bad Reputation (2005)
  465. 20th Century Studios/Three O'Clock High (1987)
  466. 20th Century Studios/Lego Island
  467. 20th Century Studios/Silent Night, Deadly Night (1984)
  468. 20th Century Studios/Scrooged (1988)
  469. 20th Century Studios/Supernoobs
  470. 20th Century Studios/PJ Masks
  471. 20th Century Studios/Sofia the First
  472. 20th Century Studios/Gangster Squad (2013)
  473. 20th Century Studios/House of Mouse
  474. 20th Century Studios/Village of the Damned (1960)
  475. 20th Century Studios/Village of the Damned (1995)
  476. 20th Century Studios/Children of the Corn (1984)
  477. 20th Century Studios/Barnyard (2006)
  478. 20th Century Studios/Babel (2006)
  479. 20th Century Studios/Nacho Libre (2006)
  480. 20th Century Studios/John Tucker Must Die (2006)
  481. 20th Century Studios/Angela's Ashes (1999)
  482. 20th Century Studios/Goosebumps (2015)
  483. 20th Century Studios/High School DxD
  484. 20th Century Studios/The Shining
  485. 20th Century Studios/The Moth Diaries (2011)
  486. 20th Century Studios/The Addams Family (1991)
  487. 20th Century Studios/Friends (TV Series)
  488. 20th Century Studios/Taina
  489. 20th Century Studios/The Courtship of Eddie's Father (1963)
  490. 20th Century Studios/Life with Derek
  491. 20th Century Studios/Stuck in the Middle
  492. 20th Century Studios/Caitlin's Way
  493. 20th Century Studios/Stoked
  494. 20th Century Studios/Dragon Tales
  495. 20th Century Studios/King of Kings (1961)
  496. 20th Century Studios/The Berenstain Bears
  497. 20th Century Studios/Inside Out (2015)
  498. 20th Century Studios/Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
  499. 20th Century Studios/Zootopia (2016)
  500. 20th Century Studios/The Secret Life of Pets (2016)
  501. 20th Century Studios/Sing (2016)
  502. 20th Century Studios/Storks (2016)
  503. 20th Century Studios/Norm of the North (2016)
  504. 20th Century Studios/The Angry Birds Movie (2016)
  505. 20th Century Studios/Moana (2016)
  506. 20th Century Studios/Trolls (2016)
  507. 20th Century Studios/The LEGO Batman Movie (2017)
  508. 20th Century Studios/Ferdinand (2017)
  509. 20th Century Studios/Coco (2017)
  510. 20th Century Studios/Duck Duck Goose (2018)
  511. 20th Century Studios/Gideon (1998)
  512. 20th Century Studios/The Perfect Bride (1991)
  513. 20th Century Studios/Donkey Kong Country
  514. 20th Century Studios/The Legendary Starfy
  515. 20th Century Studios/Incredibles 2 (2018)
  516. 20th Century Studios/Motu Patlu
  517. 20th Century Studios/Cops & Robbersons (1994)
  518. 20th Century Studios/Gussun Oyoyo (1993 Game)
  519. 20th Century Studios/Cuphead (2017 Game)
  520. 20th Century Studios/Doraemon
  521. 20th Century Studios/Crayon Shin-chan
  522. 20th Century Studios/The Charm School (1921)
  523. 20th Century Studios/Mighty Cat Masked Niyander
  524. 20th Century Studios/Mirumo de Pon!
  525. 20th Century Studios/Yume no Crayon Oukoku
  526. 20th Century Studios/Nintama Rantaro
  527. 20th Century Studios/Lili (1953)
  528. 20th Century Studios/A Separate Peace (1972)
  529. 20th Century Studios/The Assassination Bureau (1969)
  530. 20th Century Studios/Django Unchained (2012)
  531. 20th Century Studios/Elvira: Mistress of the Dark (1988)
  532. 20th Century Studios/Greed (1924)
  533. 20th Century Studios/Manhattan (1924)
  534. 20th Century Studios/Manhattan (1979)
  535. 20th Century Studios/Nice People (1922)
  536. 20th Century Studios/Jankenman
  537. 20th Century Studios/Dragnet (1987)
  538. 20th Century Studios/Jesus Christ Superstar (1973)
  539. 20th Century Studios/Deadpool (2016)
  540. 20th Century Studios/Deadpool 2 (2018)
  541. 20th Century Studios/Smallfoot (2018)
  542. 20th Century Studios/Little Einsteins
  543. 20th Century Studios/Timon & Pumbaa
  544. 20th Century Studios/Little Golden Book Land
  545. 20th Century Studios/Midnight Horror School
  546. 20th Century Studios/Gamba no Bōken
  547. 20th Century Studios/Sherlock Hound
  548. 20th Century Studios/Back to the Beach (1987)
  549. 20th Century Studios/Rad (1986)
  550. 20th Century Studios/Won Ton Ton, the Dog Who Saved Hollywood (1976)
  551. 20th Century Studios/My So-Called Life
  552. 20th Century Studios/Scream Queens
  553. 20th Century Studios/Veronica Mars
  554. 20th Century Studios/The Brothers Garcia
  555. 20th Century Studios/Mighty Magiswords
  556. 20th Century Studios/Infinity Train
  557. 20th Century Studios/The Cheetah Girls (2003)
  558. 20th Century Studios/Get a Clue (2002)
  559. 20th Century Studios/Rip Girls (2000)
  560. 20th Century Studios/All That
  561. 20th Century Studios/Saturday Night Live
  562. 20th Century Studios/Super Milk Chan
  563. 20th Century Studios/Hustle Punch
  564. 20th Century Studios/Bannertail: The Story of Gray Squirrel
  565. 20th Century Studios/Moomin
  566. 20th Century Studios/Hard Rock Roxtars
  567. 20th Century Studios/Hollywood Dog (1990)
  568. 20th Century Studios/Monarch: The Big Bear of Tallac
  569. 20th Century Studios/The Laughing Salesman
  570. 20th Century Studios/Dragon Ball
  571. 20th Century Studios/Slayers
  572. 20th Century Studios/Naruto
  573. 20th Century Studios/Fairy Tail
  574. 20th Century Studios/Disney
  575. 20th Century Studios/Nickelodeon
  576. 20th Century Studios/Cartoon Network
  577. 20th Century Studios/20th Century Fox
  578. 20th Century Studios/FOX
  579. 20th Century Studios/Adult Swim
  580. 20th Century Studios/Adventure Time
  581. 20th Century Studios/Regular Show
  582. 20th Century Studios/The Amazing World of Gumball
  583. 20th Century Studios/Homestar Runner
  584. 20th Century Studios/Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band (1978)
  585. 20th Century Studios/Sgt. Frog
  586. 20th Century Studios/Hamtaro
  587. 20th Century Studios/Tamagotchi
  588. 20th Century Studios/Tokyo Wakusei Planetokio (1999 Game)
  589. 20th Century Studios/Fantastep (1997 Game)
  590. 20th Century Studios/Hit Back (1999 Game)
  591. 20th Century Studios/Maka Maka (1992 Game)
  592. 20th Century Studios/Daichi-kun Crisis: Do Natural (1989 Game)
  593. 20th Century Studios/Murder by Death (1976)
  594. 20th Century Studios/Clue (1985)
  595. 20th Century Studios/Sports Cartoons
  596. 20th Century Studios/Unikitty!
  597. 20th Century Studios/Love at First Bite (1979)
  598. 20th Century Studios/It's a Wonderful Life (1946)
  599. 20th Century Studios/Santa Claus: The Movie (1985)
  600. 20th Century Studios/Fables of the Green Forest
  601. 20th Century Studios/Early Man (2018)
  602. 20th Century Studios/The Land Before Time
  603. 20th Century Studios/An American Tail
  604. 20th Century Studios/2 Stupid Dogs
  605. 20th Century Studios/Miffy
  606. 20th Century Studios/Nintendo
  607. 20th Century Studios/Sega
  608. 20th Century Studios/Kaiketsu Zorori
  609. 20th Century Studios/Harimogu Harley
  610. 20th Century Studios/Pop Team Epic
  611. 20th Century Studios/Anpanman
  612. 20th Century Studios/Taiko no Tatsujin
  613. 20th Century Studios/Bakusō Kyōdai Let's & Go!!
  614. 20th Century Studios/Atashin'chi
  615. 20th Century Studios/Half-Life 2 (2004 Game)
  616. 20th Century Studios/Ready Jet Go!
  617. 20th Century Studios/GoGoRiki
  618. 20th Century Studios/My Friend Rabbit
  619. 20th Century Studios/Rick and Morty
  620. 20th Century Studios/Absence of Malice (1981)
  621. 20th Century Studios/Emperor of the North (1973)
  622. 20th Century Studios/The Man Who Wouldn't Die (1942)
  623. 20th Century Studios/The Famous Jett Jackson
  624. 20th Century Studios/Rosario + Vampire
  625. 20th Century Studios/So Weird
  626. 20th Century Studios/Lizzie McGuire
  627. 20th Century Studios/That's So Raven
  628. 20th Century Studios/The Jersey
  629. 20th Century Studios/Flash Forward
  630. 20th Century Studios/In a Heartbeat
  631. 20th Century Studios/Vestron Pictures
  632. 20th Century Studios/Orion Pictures
  633. 20th Century Studios/Atlantic Entertainment Group
  634. 20th Century Studios/New World Pictures
  635. 20th Century Studios/RKO Pictures
  636. 20th Century Studios/Filmways
  637. 20th Century Studios/Songs
  638. 20th Century Studios/Singstar Dance Songs
  639. 20th Century Studios/Karaoke Revolution Party
  640. 20th Century Studios/Just Dance Songs
  641. 20th Century Studios/Avatar Elements
  642. 20th Century Studios/Darkwing Duck
  643. 20th Century Studios/Cardcaptor Sakura
  644. 20th Century Studios/Walking on Sunshine (from Glee)
  645. 20th Century Studios/Alan's Jackets
  646. 20th Century Studios/And Eve Was Weak (from Carrie: The Musical)
  647. 20th Century Studios/Apple & Onion
  648. 20th Century Studios/Craig of the Creek
  649. 20th Century Studios/OK K.O.: Let's Be Heroes!
  650. 20th Century Studios/Carrie: The Musical
  651. 20th Century Studios/Chinese Food
  652. 20th Century Studios/Don't Say You Love Me (by M2M)
  653. 20th Century Studios/Female TUGS Characters
  654. 20th Century Studios/Ghostbusters (by Ray Parker, Jr.)
  655. 20th Century Studios/Ghosts (by Michael Jackson)
  656. 20th Century Studios/Michael Jackson's Ghosts
  657. 20th Century Studios/Mexican Food
  658. 20th Century Studios/Monsters
  659. 20th Century Studios/Move Your Body (by Sia)
  660. 20th Century Studios/Multiverse
  661. 20th Century Studios/SPEED
  662. 20th Century Studios/Stay Here Instead (from Carrie: The Musical)
  663. 20th Century Studios/The Canterville Ghost (1944)
  664. 20th Century Studios/The Canterville Ghost (1974)
  665. 20th Century Studios/The Canterville Ghost (1985)
  666. 20th Century Studios/The Canterville Ghost (1986)
  667. 20th Century Studios/The Canterville Ghost (1996)
  668. 20th Century Studios/The Canterville Ghost (1997)
  669. 20th Century Studios/Arnold (1973)
  670. 20th Century Studios/Lady Ice (1973)
  671. 20th Century Studios/Galaxy Quest (1999)
  672. 20th Century Studios/High Anxiety (1977)
  673. 20th Century Studios/Hulk (2003)
  674. 20th Century Studios/Super Fly T.N.T. (1973)
  675. 20th Century Studios/Posse (1975)
  676. 20th Century Studios/Return to Oz (1985)
  677. 20th Century Studios/The Last Safari (1967)
  678. 20th Century Studios/48 Hrs. (1982)
  679. 20th Century Studios/Pee-wee's Big Adventure (1985)
  680. 20th Century Studios/Seven Brides for Seven Brothers (1954)
  681. 20th Century Studios/Full House
  682. 20th Century Studios/Ferry Boat Fred
  683. 20th Century Studios/My Little Pony
  684. 20th Century Studios/Littlest Pet Shop
  685. 20th Century Studios/Every Witch Way
  686. 20th Century Studios/On a Clear Day You Can See Forever (1970)
  687. 20th Century Studios/Bizaardvark
  688. 20th Century Studios/Game Shakers
  689. 20th Century Studios/Super Why!
  690. 20th Century Studios/The Love Letter (1999)
  691. 20th Century Studios/Andi Mack
  692. 20th Century Studios/Dog with a Blog
  693. 20th Century Studios/Marmaduke (2010)
  694. 20th Century Studios/Strawberry Shortcake
  695. 20th Century Studios/Strawberry Shortcake's Berry Bitty Adventures
  696. 20th Century Studios/Invisible Sister
  697. 20th Century Studios/Blaze and the Monster Machines
  698. 20th Century Studios/Bendy and the Ink Machine
  699. 20th Century Studios/Moshi Monsters
  700. 20th Century Studios/The 7D
  701. 20th Century Studios/Star vs. the Forces of Evil
  702. 20th Century Studios/Randy Cunningham: 9th Grade Ninja
  703. 20th Century Studios/Danger Mouse (2015)
  704. 20th Century Studios/The Last Days of Disco (1998)
  705. 20th Century Studios/Austin & Ally
  706. 20th Century Studios/Jessie
  707. 20th Century Studios/Bunk'd
  708. 20th Century Studios/Sofia the First
  709. 20th Century Studios/A Night at the Roxbury (1998)
  710. 20th Century Studios/LoliRock
  711. 20th Century Studios/Elena of Avalor
  712. 20th Century Studios/100 Things to do Before High School
  713. 20th Century Studios/Of Mice and Men (1992)
  714. 20th Century Studios/Sheriff Callie's Wild West
  715. 20th Century Studios/Sam & Cat
  716. 20th Century Studios/Talia in the Kitchen
  717. 20th Century Studios/Bella and the Bulldogs
  718. 20th Century Studios/Tayo the Little Bus
  719. 20th Century Studios/The ZhuZhus
  720. 20th Century Studios/Rolling with the Ronks
  721. 20th Century Studios/Planes, Trains and Automobiles (1987)
  722. 20th Century Studios/Wander Over Yonder
  723. 20th Century Studios/The Final Countdown (1980)
  724. 20th Century Studios/The First Wives Club (1996)
  725. 20th Century Studios/The Man in the White Suit (1951)
  726. 20th Century Studios/Ode to Billy Joe (1976)
  727. 20th Century Studios/Next Stop, Greenwich Village (1976)
  728. 20th Century Studios/Wanda Nevada (1979)
  729. 20th Century Studios/A Little Romance (1979)
  730. 20th Century Studios/Christopher Robin (2018)
  731. 20th Century Studios/Panda-Z: The Robonimation
  732. 20th Century Studios/Aggretsuko
  733. 20th Century Studios/Chi's Sweet Home
  734. 20th Century Studios/Tama and Friends
  735. 20th Century Studios/JoJo's Bizarre Adventure
  736. 20th Century Studios/Mysterious Joker
  737. 20th Century Studios/Sword Art Online
  738. 20th Century Studios/Yo-kai Watch
  739. 20th Century Studios/Deko Boko Friends
  740. 20th Century Studios/My Hero Academia
  741. 20th Century Studios/Mrs. Pepper Pot
  742. 20th Century Studios/Himitsu no Akko-chan
  743. 20th Century Studios/Dogtanian and the Three Muskehounds
  744. 20th Century Studios/Kobo, the Li'l Rascal
  745. 20th Century Studios/Superfly (2018)
  746. 20th Century Studios/Ready Player One (2018)
  747. 20th Century Studios/The Happytime Murders (2018)
  748. 20th Century Studios/Venom (2018)
  749. 20th Century Studios/Alexander's Ragtime Band (1938)
  750. 20th Century Studios/The Garden Murder Case (1936)
  751. 20th Century Studios/Little Miss Broadway (1938)
  752. 20th Century Studios/Career Woman (1936)
  753. 20th Century Studios/Guns at Batasi (1964)
  754. 20th Century Studios/The Miracle Worker (1962)
  755. 20th Century Studios/5 Card Stud (1968)
  756. 20th Century Studios/The Little Prince (1974)
  757. 20th Century Studios/Night of the Living Dead (1968)
  758. 20th Century Studios/The Spirit is Willing (1967)
  759. 20th Century Studios/Peep and the Big Wide World



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