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Chronological filmography
Compositions: Films

Chronological filmography
Alphabetical filmography
Television films
Miscellanea
Daddy-O (December 18, 1958)

Because They're Young (April 1, 1960)

I Passed for White (May 1960)

The Secret Ways (May 24, 1961)

Bachelor Flat (January 12, 1962)

Diamond Head (February 20, 1963)

Gidget Goes to Rome (September 11, 1963)

The Killers (July 17, 1964)

None But the Brave (February 24, 1965)

John Goldfarb, Please Come Home! (March 24, 1965)

The Rare Breed (April 13, 1966)

How to Steal a Million (July 14, 1966)

The Plainsman (September 9, 1966)

Not With My Wife, You Don't! (November 2, 1966)

Penelope (November 10, 1966)

A Guide for the Married Man (May 26, 1967)

Valley of the Dolls (Adaptation: December 15, 1967)

Fitzwilly (December 20, 1967)

Heidi (TV: November 17, 1968)

Daddy's Gone A-Hunting (July 16, 1969)

Goodbye, Mr. Chips (Adaptation: November 5, 1969)

The Reivers (December 25, 1969)

Story of a Woman (1970)

Jane Eyre (TV: March 24, 1971)

Fiddler on the Roof (Adaptation: November 3, 1971)

The Cowboys (January 13, 1972)

The Screaming Woman (TV: January 29, 1972)

The Poseidon Adventure (December 12, 1972)

Pete 'n' Tillie (December 17, 1972)

Images (December 1972)

Tom Sawyer (Adaptation: March 1973)

The Long Goodbye (March, 1973)

The Man Who Loved Cat Dancing (June 27, 1973)

The Paper Chase (October 16, 1973)

Cinderella Liberty (December 18, 1973)

Conrack (March 27, 1974)

The Sugarland Express (March 31, 1974)

Earthquake (November 17, 1974)

The Towering Inferno (December 17, 1974)

The Eiger Sanction (May 21, 1975)

Jaws (June 20, 1975)

Family Plot (April 9, 1976)

The Missouri Breaks (May 19, 1976)

Midway (June 18, 1976)

Black Sunday (April 1, 1977)

Star Wars (May 25, 1977)

Close Encounters of the Third Kind (November 16, 1977)

The Fury (March 15, 1978)

Jaws 2 (June 16, 1978)

Superman (December 15, 1978)

Dracula (1979)

1941 (December 14, 1979)

The Empire Strikes Back (May 21, 1980)

Raiders of the Lost Ark (June 12, 1981)

Heartbeeps (December 18, 1981)

E.T.: The Extra-Terrestrial (June 11, 1982)

Monsignor (October 1982)

Return of the Jedi (May 25, 1983)

Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom (May 23, 1984)

The River (December 19, 1984)

SpaceCamp (June 6, 1986)

The Witches of Eastwick (June 12, 1987)

Empire of the Sun (December 9, 1987)

The Accidental Tourist (December 23, 1988)

Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade (May 24, 1989)

Born on the Fourth of July (December 20, 1989)

Always (December 22, 1989)

Stanley & Iris (February 9, 1990)

Presumed Innocent (July 27, 1990)

Home Alone (November 16, 1990)

Hook (December 11, 1991)

JFK (December 20, 1991)

Far and Away (May 22, 1992)

Home Alone 2: Lost in New York (November 20, 1992)

Jurassic Park (June 11, 1993)

Schindler's List (December 15, 1993)

Sabrina (December 15, 1995)

Nixon (December 20, 1995)

Sleepers (October 18, 1996)

Rosewood (February 19, 1997)

The Lost World (May 23, 1997)

Seven Years in Tibet (October 8, 1997)

Amistad (December 10, 1997)

Saving Private Ryan (July 24, 1998)

Stepmom (December 25, 1998)

The Phantom Menace (May 19, 1999)

Angela's Ashes (December 25, 1999)

The Unfinished Journey (TV: December 31, 1999)

The Patriot (June 28, 2000)

A.I. (June 29, 2001)

Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone (November 16, 2001)

Attack of the Clones (May 16, 2002)

Minority Report (June 21, 2002)

Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets (November 15, 2002)

Catch Me If You Can (December 25, 2002)

Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban (June 4, 2004)

The Terminal (June 18, 2004)

Revenge of the Sith (May 19, 2005)

War of the Worlds (June 29, 2005)

Memoirs of a Geisha (December 9, 2005)

Munich (December 23, 2005)


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