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This is a list of films produced by and released under the Walt Disney Pictures banner (known as that since 1983, with Never Cry Wolf as its first release) and films released before that under the former name of the parent company, Walt Disney Productions (1929–1983). Most films listed here were distributed theatrically in the United States by the company's distribution division, Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures (formerly known as Buena Vista Distribution Company [1953–1987] and Buena Vista Pictures Distribution [1987–2007]). The Disney features produced before The Living Desert (1953) were originally distributed by RKO Radio Pictures, and are now distributed by Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures. Some films produced by Walt Disney Pictures are also released through the parent company's streaming service, Disney+.[1]

This list is organized by release date and includes live-action feature films (including theatrical, direct-to-video and streaming releases), animated feature films (including films developed and produced by Walt Disney Animation Studios and Pixar Animation Studios), and documentary films (including titles from the True-Life Adventures series and films produced by the Disneynature label). For an exclusive list of animated films released by Walt Disney Pictures and its previous entities see List of Disney theatrical animated feature films and List of Disney feature-length home entertainment releases § Animated films.

All films listed are theatrical releases and/or American-based films unless specified.

  • Films labeled with a symbol signify a release exclusively through Disney+.
  • A symbol signifies a premium video on demand release through Disney+.
  • A § symbol signifies a simultaneous release to theatres and on premium video on demand.
  • A * symbol signifies a film not produced in the United States, but rather in another country.

This list is only for films released under the main Disney banner. The list does not include films produced or released by other existing, defunct or divested labels or subsidiaries owned by Walt Disney Studios (i.e. Marvel Studios, Lucasfilm, 20th Century Studios, Searchlight Pictures, Fox 2000 Pictures, Touchstone Pictures, Hollywood Pictures, National Geographic Documentary Films, Miramax Films, Dimension Films, ESPN Films etc.; unless they are credited as co-production partners) nor any direct-to-video releases unless they were produced under the main Disney banner, TV films, theatrical re-releases, or films originally released by other non-Disney studios.

Key to the colors used below
Type of film
A Animated films
H Films combining live action and animation
L Live-action films
N True-Life Adventures / Disneynature documentary films
D Other documentary films

Released

1930s

Title Release date Notes
A Academy Award Review of Walt Disney Cartoons May 19, 1937 Anthology film
A Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs December 21, 1937

1940s

Title Release date Notes
A Pinocchio February 7, 1940
H Fantasia November 13, 1940 Anthology film
H The Reluctant Dragon June 20, 1941 Fictionalized tour around the Disney studio
A Dumbo October 23, 1941
A Bambi August 13, 1942
H Saludos Amigos February 6, 1943 Anthology film
H Victory Through Air Power July 17, 1943 Documentary film, with wide use of animation.
H The Three Caballeros February 3, 1945 Anthology film
A Make Mine Music April 20, 1946 Anthology film
H Song of the South November 12, 1946
H Fun and Fancy Free September 27, 1947 Anthology film
H Melody Time May 27, 1948 Anthology film
H So Dear to My Heart November 29, 1948
A The Adventures of Ichabod and Mr. Toad October 5, 1949 Anthology film

1950s

Title Release date Notes
A Cinderella February 15, 1950
L Treasure Island July 29, 1950
A Alice in Wonderland July 28, 1951
L The Story of Robin Hood June 26, 1952
A Peter Pan February 5, 1953
L The Sword and the Rose July 23, 1953
N The Living Desert November 10, 1953 First film to be distributed by Buena Vista.
L Rob Roy: The Highland Rogue February 27, 1954 Last film to be distributed by RKO Radio Pictures.
N The Vanishing Prairie August 16, 1954
L 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea December 23, 1954
L Davy Crockett: King of the Wild Frontier May 25, 1955 Compilation film mostly made up from pre-existing footage from the Walt Disney anthology television series
A Lady and the Tramp June 22, 1955
N The African Lion September 14, 1955
L The Littlest Outlaw December 22, 1955
L The Great Locomotive Chase June 8, 1956
L Davy Crockett and the River Pirates July 18, 1956 Compilation film mostly made up from pre-existing footage from the Walt Disney anthology television series
N Secrets of Life November 6, 1956
L Westward Ho the Wagons! December 20, 1956
L Johnny Tremain June 19, 1957
N Perri August 28, 1957
L Old Yeller December 25, 1957
L The Light in the Forest July 8, 1958
N White Wilderness August 12, 1958
L Tonka December 25, 1958
A Sleeping Beauty January 29, 1959
L The Shaggy Dog March 19, 1959
L Darby O'Gill and the Little People June 26, 1959
L Zorro the Avenger September 10, 1959 Released in European theaters in 1959
L Third Man on the Mountain November 10, 1959

1960s

Title Release date Notes
L Toby Tyler or 10 Weeks with a Circus January 21, 1960
L Kidnapped February 24, 1960
L Pollyanna May 19, 1960
L The Sign of Zorro June 11, 1960 Released in European theaters in 1958
N Jungle Cat August 10, 1960
L Ten Who Dared November 1, 1960
L Swiss Family Robinson December 21, 1960
A One Hundred and One Dalmatians January 25, 1961
L The Absent-Minded Professor March 16, 1961
L The Parent Trap June 21, 1961
L Nikki: Wild Dog of the North July 12, 1961
L Greyfriars Bobby July 17, 1961
L Babes in Toyland December 14, 1961
L Moon Pilot April 5, 1962
L Bon Voyage! May 17, 1962
L Big Red June 6, 1962
L Almost Angels September 26, 1962
L The Legend of Lobo November 7, 1962
L In Search of the Castaways December 21, 1962
L Son of Flubber January 16, 1963
L Miracle of the White Stallions March 29, 1963
L Savage Sam June 1, 1963
L Summer Magic July 7, 1963
L The Incredible Journey November 20, 1963
A The Sword in the Stone December 25, 1963
L A Tiger Walks March 12, 1964
L The Missadventures of Merlin Jones March 25, 1964
L The Three Lives of Thomasina June 4, 1964
L The Moon-Spinners July 8, 1964
H Mary Poppins August 29, 1964 Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture
Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy
L Those Calloways November 10, 1964[2]
L Emil and the Detectives December 18, 1964
L The Monkey's Uncle August 18, 1965
L That Darn Cat! December 2, 1965
L The Ugly Dachshund February 16, 1966
L Lt. Robin Crusoe, U.S.N. July 29, 1966
L The Fighting Prince of Donegal October 1, 1966
L Follow Me, Boys! December 1, 1966
L Monkeys, Go Home! February 8, 1967
L The Adventures of Bullwhip Griffin March 8, 1967
L The Gnome-Mobile July 19, 1967
A The Jungle Book October 18, 1967
L Charlie, the Lonesome Cougar
L The Happiest Millionaire November 30, 1967 This was the last film with personal involvement from Walt Disney, who died during production
L Blackbeard's Ghost February 8, 1968
L The One and Only, Genuine, Original Family Band March 21, 1968
L Never a Dull Moment June 26, 1968
L The Horse in the Gray Flannel Suit December 20, 1968
L The Love Bug December 24, 1968
L Smith! March 21, 1969
L Rascal June 11, 1969
L The Computer Wore Tennis Shoes December 24, 1969

1970s

Title Release date Notes
L King of the Grizzlies February 11, 1970
L The Boatniks July 1, 1970
L The Wild Country December 15, 1970
A The Aristocats December 24, 1970
L The Barefoot Executive March 17, 1971
L Scandalous John June 22, 1971
L The Million Dollar Duck June 30, 1971
H Bedknobs and Broomsticks December 13, 1971
L The Biscuit Eater March 22, 1972
L Now You See Him, Now You Don't July 12, 1972
L Napoleon and Samantha July 19, 1972
L Run, Cougar, Run October 18, 1972
L Snowball Express December 22, 1972
L The World's Greatest Athlete February 1, 1973
L Charley and the Angel March 23, 1973
L One Little Indian June 20, 1973
A Robin Hood November 8, 1973
L Superdad December 14, 1973
L Herbie Rides Again June 6, 1974
L The Bears and I July 31, 1974
L The Castaway Cowboy August 1, 1974
L The Island at the Top of the World December 20, 1974
L The Strongest Man in the World February 6, 1975
L Escape to Witch Mountain March 21, 1975
L The Apple Dumpling Gang July 1, 1975
L One of Our Dinosaurs Is Missing July 9, 1975
N The Best of Walt Disney's True-Life Adventures October 8, 1975 Compilation film composed of highlights from True-Life Adventures series
L Ride a Wild Pony December 25, 1975
L No Deposit, No Return February 5, 1976
L Treasure of Matecumbe July 1, 1976
L Gus July 7, 1976
L The Shaggy D.A. December 17, 1976
L Freaky Friday December 17, 1976
L The Littlest Horse Thieves March 11, 1977 Released in European theaters in 1976, also known as Escape from the Dark
A The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh March 11, 1977 Anthology film
L A Tale of Two Critters June 22, 1977
A The Rescuers June 22, 1977
L Herbie Goes to Monte Carlo June 24, 1977
H Pete's Dragon November 3, 1977
L Candleshoe December 16, 1977
L Return from Witch Mountain March 10, 1978
L The Cat from Outer Space June 9, 1978
L Hot Lead and Cold Feet July 5, 1978
L The North Avenue Irregulars February 9, 1979
L The Apple Dumpling Gang Rides Again June 27, 1979
L Unidentified Flying Oddball July 26, 1979
L The Black Hole December 21, 1979
L The London Connection December 21, 1979 Also known as The Omega Connection

1980s

Title Release date Notes
L Midnight Madness February 8, 1980
L The Watcher in the Woods April 17, 1980
L Herbie Goes Bananas June 25, 1980
L The Last Flight of Noah's Ark
L Popeye[N 1] December 12, 1980 co-production with Paramount Pictures
L The Devil and Max Devlin March 6, 1981
L Amy March 20, 1981
L Dragonslayer[N 1] June 26, 1981 co-production with Paramount Pictures
A The Fox and the Hound July 10, 1981 co-production with Walt Disney Productions
L Condorman August 7, 1981
L Night Crossing February 5, 1982
H Tron July 9, 1982 co-production with Lisberger/Kushner Productions
L Tex July 30, 1982
L Trenchcoat March 11, 1983
L Something Wicked This Way Comes April 29, 1983 co-production with The Bryna Company
L Never Cry Wolf October 7, 1983 co-production with Amarok Productions Ltd.
L Return to Oz June 21, 1985 co-production with Silver Screen Partners II; first film to use the 1985 logo
A The Black Cauldron July 24, 1985 co-production with Walt Disney Productions and Silver Screen Partners II
L The Journey of Natty Gann September 27, 1985 co-production with Silver Screen Partners II
L One Magic Christmas November 22, 1985 co-production with Silver Screen Partners II and Telefilm Canada
A The Great Mouse Detective July 2, 1986 co-production with Walt Disney Feature Animation and Silver Screen Partners II
L Flight of the Navigator[N 2] July 30, 1986 co-production with Producers Sales Organization and New Star Entertainment
L Benji the Hunted June 17, 1987 co-production with Silver Screen Partners III and Mulberry Square Productions
L Return to Snowy River April 15, 1988 co-production with Silver Screen Partners III, Burrowes Film Group and The Hoyts Group
A Oliver & Company November 18, 1988 co-production with Walt Disney Feature Animation and Silver Screen Partners III
L Honey, I Shrunk the Kids June 23, 1989 co-production with Silver Screen Partners III
L Cheetah August 18, 1989
A The Little Mermaid November 17, 1989 Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy
co-production with Walt Disney Feature Animation and Silver Screen Partners IV

1990s

Title Release date Notes
A DuckTales the Movie: Treasure of the Lost Lamp August 3, 1990 co-production with Disney MovieToons
A The Rescuers Down Under November 16, 1990 co-production with Walt Disney Feature Animation and Silver Screen Partners IV
L White Fang January 18, 1991 co-production with Silver Screen Partners IV and Hybrid Productions Inc.
L Shipwrecked March 1, 1991 co-production with AB Svensk Filmindustri
L Wild Hearts Can't Be Broken May 24, 1991 co-production with Silver Screen Partners IV and Pegasus Entertainment
L The Rocketeer[N 3] June 21, 1991 co-production with Silver Screen Partners IV and The Gordon Company
A Beauty and the Beast November 22, 1991 Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture
co-production with Walt Disney Feature Animation and Silver Screen Partners IV
Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy
L Newsies April 10, 1992 co-production with Touchwood Pacific Partners
L Honey, I Blew Up the Kid July 17, 1992
L The Mighty Ducks October 2, 1992 co-production with Touchwood Pacific Partners and AvnetKerner Productions
A Aladdin November 25, 1992 Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy
co-production with Walt Disney Feature Animation
L The Muppet Christmas Carol December 11, 1992 co-production with Jim Henson Productions
L Homeward Bound: The Incredible Journey February 3, 1993 co-production with Touchwood Pacific Partners
L A Far Off Place March 12, 1993 co-production with Touchwood Pacific Partners and Amblin Entertainment
L The Adventures of Huck Finn April 2, 1993
L Hocus Pocus July 16, 1993 co-production with David Kirschner Productions
L Cool Runnings October 1, 1993
L The Three Musketeers November 12, 1993 co-production with Caravan Pictures and AvnetKerner Productions
L Iron Will January 14, 1994
L Blank Check February 11, 1994
L D2: The Mighty Ducks March 25, 1994 co-production with AvnetKerner Productions
L White Fang 2: Myth of the White Wolf April 15, 1994
A The Lion King June 15, 1994 co-production with Walt Disney Feature Animation
Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy
L Angels in the Outfield July 15, 1994 co-production with Caravan Pictures
L Squanto: A Warrior's Tale October 28, 1994
L The Santa Clause [N 4] November 11, 1994 co-production with Hollywood Pictures and Outlaw Productions
L Rudyard Kipling's The Jungle Book December 25, 1994 co-production with Baloo Productions and Jungle Book Films
L Heavyweights February 17, 1995 co-production with Caravan Pictures
L Man of the House March 3, 1995 co-production with All Girl Productions and Orr & Cruickshank Productions
L Tall Tale March 24, 1995 co-production with Caravan Pictures
A A Goofy Movie April 7, 1995 co-production with Disney MovieToons
A Pocahontas June 23, 1995 co-production with Walt Disney Feature Animation
L Operation Dumbo Drop July 28, 1995 co-production with Interscope Communications and PolyGram Filmed Entertainment
L A Kid in King Arthur's Court August 11, 1995 co-production with Trimark Pictures and Tapestry Films
L The Big Green September 29, 1995 co-production with Caravan Pictures
D Frank and Ollie October 20, 1995
A Toy Story November 22, 1995 Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy
co-production with Pixar Animation Studios
L Tom and Huck December 22, 1995
L Muppet Treasure Island February 16, 1996 co-production with Jim Henson Productions
L Homeward Bound II: Lost in San Francisco March 8, 1996
H James and the Giant Peach April 12, 1996 co-production with Skellington Productions and Allied Filmmakers
A The Hunchback of Notre Dame June 21, 1996 co-production with Walt Disney Feature Animation
L First Kid August 30, 1996 co-production with Caravan Pictures
L D3: The Mighty Ducks October 4, 1996 co-production with AvnetKerner Productions
L 101 Dalmatians November 27, 1996 co-production with Great Oaks Entertainment
L That Darn Cat February 14, 1997 co-production with Robert Simonds Productions
L Jungle 2 Jungle March 7, 1997 co-production with TF1
L Honey, We Shrunk Ourselves March 18, 1997
A Hercules June 27, 1997 co-production with Walt Disney Feature Animation
H George of the Jungle July 16, 1997 co-production with Mandeville Films and AvnetKerner Productions
L Air Bud[N 2] August 1, 1997 co-production with Keystone Entertainment
L RocketMan October 10, 1997 co-production with Caravan Pictures and Roger Birnbaum Productions
L Flubber November 26, 1997 co-production with Great Oaks Entertainment
H Mr. Magoo December 25, 1997 co-production with UPA Productions
L Meet the Deedles March 27, 1998 co-production with DIC Entertainment and Peak Productions
A Mulan June 19, 1998 co-production with Walt Disney Feature Animation
L The Parent Trap July 29, 1998
L The Jungle Book: Mowgli's Story September 29, 1998
L I'll Be Home for Christmas November 13, 1998 co-production with Mandeville Films
A A Bug's Life November 25, 1998 co-production with Pixar Animation Studios
L Mighty Joe Young December 25, 1998 co-production with RKO Pictures and The Jacobson Company
L My Favorite Martian February 12, 1999
A Doug's 1st Movie March 26, 1999 co-production with Walt Disney Television Animation, Jumbo Pictures and A. Film A/S
L Endurance May 14, 1999
A Tarzan June 18, 1999 co-production with Walt Disney Feature Animation
L Inspector Gadget July 23, 1999 co-production with Caravan Pictures, DIC Entertainment, AvnetKerner Productions and Roger Birnbaum Productions
L The Straight Story[N 2] October 15, 1999 co-production with Asymmetrical Productions, FilmFour, Ciby 2000, Le Studio Canal+, Canal+
A Toy Story 2 November 24, 1999 co-production with Pixar Animation Studios
Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy

2000s

Title Release date Notes
H Fantasia 2000 January 1, 2000 co-production with Walt Disney Feature Animation
A The Tigger Movie February 11, 2000 co-production with Disney MovieToons and Walt Disney Animation (Japan) Inc.
L Whispers: An Elephant's Tale March 10, 2000
A Dinosaur May 19, 2000 co-production with Walt Disney Feature Animation and The Secret Lab; first film to use the 2000 logo
L Disney's The Kid July 7, 2000 co-production with Junction Entertainment
L Remember the Titans September 29, 2000 co-production with Jerry Bruckheimer Films and Technical Black Films
L 102 Dalmatians November 22, 2000
A The Emperor's New Groove December 15, 2000 co-production with Walt Disney Feature Animation
A Recess: School's Out February 16, 2001 co-production with Walt Disney Television Animation and Paul & Joe Productions
A Lady and the Tramp II: Scamp's Adventure February 27, 2001 co-production with Disney MovieToons
A Atlantis: The Lost Empire June 15, 2001 co-production with Walt Disney Feature Animation
L The Princess Diaries August 3, 2001 co-production with BrownHouse Productions
L Max Keeble's Big Move October 5, 2001 co-production with Karz Entertainment
A Monsters, Inc. November 2, 2001 Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Animated Feature
co-production with Pixar Animation Studios
A Mickey's Magical Christmas: Snowed in at the House of Mouse November 6, 2001 co-production with Walt Disney Television Animation
L Snow Dogs January 18, 2002 co-production with The Kerner Entertainment Company
A Return to Never Land February 15, 2002 co-production with Disney MovieToons and A. Film A/S
A Cinderella II: Dreams Come True February 26, 2002 co-production with Walt Disney Television Animation
A The Hunchback of Notre Dame II March 19, 2002
L The Rookie March 29, 2002 co-production with Gran Via Productions
A Lilo & Stitch June 21, 2002 co-production with Walt Disney Feature Animation
L The Country Bears July 26, 2002 co-production with Gunn Films
A Spirited Away[N 2] September 20, 2002 co-production with Studio Ghibli
Academy Award for Best Animated Feature
L Tuck Everlasting October 11, 2002 co-production with Scholastic Entertainment
L The Santa Clause 2 November 1, 2002 co-production with Outlaw Productions and Boxing Cat Films
A Treasure Planet November 27, 2002 co-production with Walt Disney Feature Animation
A 101 Dalmatians II: Patch's London Adventure January 21, 2003 co-production with Disney MovieToons and Walt Disney Television Animation
A The Jungle Book 2 February 14, 2003 co-production with Disney MovieToons
L Inspector Gadget 2 March 11, 2003 co-production with The Kerner Entertainment Company
A Piglet's Big Movie March 21, 2003 co-production with Disney MovieToons and Munich Animation
D Ghosts of the Abyss [N 5] April 11, 2003 co-production with Walden Media, Earthship Productions, Ascot Elite Entertainment Group, Golden Village, Telepool and UGC PH
L Holes April 18, 2003 co-production with Walden Media, Phoenix Pictures and Chicago Pacific Entertainment
H The Lizzie McGuire Movie May 2, 2003 co-production with Stan Rogow Productions
A Finding Nemo May 30, 2003 Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy
co-production with Pixar Animation Studios
Academy Award for Best Animated Feature
L Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl July 9, 2003 co-production with Jerry Bruckheimer Films
L Freaky Friday August 6, 2003 co-production with Gunn Films
A Stitch! The Movie August 26, 2003 co-production with Walt Disney Television Animation
L George of the Jungle 2 October 21, 2003 co-production with The Kerner Entertainment Company
A Brother Bear November 1, 2003 co-production with Walt Disney Feature Animation
L The Haunted Mansion November 26, 2003 co-production with Gunn Films
L The Young Black Stallion December 25, 2003 co-production with The Kennedy/Marshall Company
A Teacher's Pet January 16, 2004 co-production with Walt Disney Television Animation
L Miracle February 6, 2004 co-production with Mayhem Pictures
A The Lion King 1½ February 10, 2004 co-production with Disneytoon Studios
L Confessions of a Teenage Drama Queen February 20, 2004
A Springtime with Roo March 9, 2004 co-production with Disneytoon Studios
A Home on the Range April 2, 2004 co-production with Walt Disney Feature Animation
D Sacred Planet April 22, 2004
L Around the World in 80 Days[N 2] June 16, 2004 co-production with Walden Media, Spanknyce Films, and Mostow/Lieberman Productions
D America's Heart and Soul July 2, 2004 co-production with Blacklight Films
L The Princess Diaries 2: Royal Engagement August 11, 2004 co-production with Shondaland and Martin Chase Productions
A Mickey, Donald, Goofy: The Three Musketeers August 17, 2004 co-production with Disneytoon Studios
A The Incredibles November 5, 2004 Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy
co-production with Pixar Animation Studios
Academy Award for Best Animated Feature
A Mickey's Twice Upon a Christmas November 9, 2004 co-production with Disneytoon Studios
L National Treasure November 19, 2004 co-production with Jerry Bruckheimer Films, Junction Entertainment and Saturn Films
D Aliens of the Deep January 28, 2005 co-production with Walden Media and Earthship Productions
A Mulan II February 1, 2005 co-production with Disneytoon Studios
A Pooh's Heffalump Movie February 11, 2005
L The Pacifier March 4, 2005 co-production with Spyglass Entertainment and Offspring Entertainment
L Ice Princess March 18, 2005 co-production with Bridget Johnson Films & Skate Away Productions
A Tarzan II June 14, 2005 co-production with Disneytoon Studios and Toon City Animation
L Herbie: Fully Loaded June 22, 2005 co-production with Robert Simonds Productions
A Howl's Moving Castle[N 2] July 10, 2005 Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Animated Feature
co-production with Studio Ghibli
L Sky High July 29, 2005 co-production with Gunn Films
A Valiant[N 2] August 19, 2005 co-production with Vanguard Animation and Odyssey Entertainment
A Lilo & Stitch 2: Stitch Has a Glitch August 30, 2005 co-production with Disneytoon Studios
A Pooh's Heffalump Halloween Movie September 13, 2005
L The Greatest Game Ever Played September 30, 2005 co-production with Fairway Films
A Chicken Little November 4, 2005 co-production with Walt Disney Feature Animation
L The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe December 9, 2005 co-production with Walden Media
A Kronk's New Groove December 13, 2005 co-production with Disneytoon Studios and Toon City Animation
L Glory Road January 13, 2006 co-production with Jerry Bruckheimer Films, Texas Western Productions and Glory Road Productions
A Bambi II January 26, 2006 (Argentina)
February 7, 2006 (DTV)
co-production with Disneytoon Studios
D Roving Mars January 27, 2006 co-production with The Kennedy/Marshall Company and White Mountain Films
L Eight Below February 17, 2006 co-production with Spyglass Entertainment, Mandeville Films and The Kennedy/Marshall Company
L The Shaggy Dog March 10, 2006 co-production with Mandeville Films, Tollin/Robbins Productions, Boxing Cat Films, Robert Simonds Productions, and Shaggy Dog Productions
A The Wild April 14, 2006 co-production with C.O.R.E. Feature Animation, Hoytyboy Pictures, Sir Zip Productions and Contrafilm; last film to use the 2000 logo
A Cars June 9, 2006 Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Animated Feature
co-production with Pixar Animation Studios
Golden Globe Award for Best Animated Feature Film
A Leroy and Stitch June 27, 2006 co-production with Walt Disney Television Animation
L Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest July 7, 2006 co-production with Jerry Bruckheimer Films; first film to use the 2006 logo
L Invincible August 25, 2006 co-production with Mayhem Pictures
A Brother Bear 2 August 29, 2006 co-production with Disneytoon Studios
A The Nightmare Before Christmas 3D [N 6] October 27, 2006 co-production with Skellington Productions
L The Santa Clause 3: The Escape Clause November 3, 2006 co-production with Outlaw Productions & Boxing Cat Productions
A The Fox and the Hound 2 December 12, 2006 co-production with Disneytoon Studios; last film to use the 1985 logo
A Cinderella III: A Twist in Time February 6, 2007 co-production with Disneytoon Studios
L Bridge to Terabithia February 16, 2007 co-production with Summit Entertainment and Walden Media
A Meet the Robinsons March 30, 2007 co-production with Walt Disney Animation Studios
L Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End May 25, 2007 co-production with Jerry Bruckheimer Films
A Ratatouille June 29, 2007 co-production with Pixar Animation Studios
Academy Award for Best Animated Feature
Golden Globe Award for Best Animated Feature Film
H The Secret of the Magic Gourd * June 29, 2007
January 27, 2009 (DTV)
Chinese film; co-production with Centro Digital Pictures Limited
L Underdog August 3, 2007 co-production with Spyglass Entertainment, Classic Media and Maverick Films
D The Pixar Story August 28, 2007 co-production with Leslie Iwerks Productions
L The Game Plan September 28, 2007 co-production with Mayhem Pictures; last film to be distributed by Buena Vista Pictures Distribution
H Enchanted November 21, 2007 co-production with Right Coast Productions, Josephson Entertainment, and Andalasia Productions; first film to be distributed by Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures
L National Treasure: Book of Secrets December 21, 2007 co-production with Jerry Bruckheimer Films, Junction Entertainment and Saturn Films
L Hannah Montana and Miley Cyrus: Best of Both Worlds Concert February 1, 2008 co-production with PACE
L College Road Trip March 7, 2008 co-production with Gunn Films
L The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian May 16, 2008 co-production with Walden Media
A WALL-E June 27, 2008 co-production with Pixar Animation Studios
Academy Award for Best Animated Feature
Golden Globe Award for Best Animated Feature Film
A The Little Mermaid: Ariel's Beginning August 26, 2008 co-production with Disneytoon Studios
A Tinker Bell September 18, 2008
October 28, 2008 (DTV)
L Beverly Hills Chihuahua October 3, 2008 co-production with Mandeville Films
D Morning Light October 17, 2008
L High School Musical 3: Senior Year October 24, 2008 co-production with Borden and Rosenbush Entertainment
A Roadside Romeo * co-production with Walt Disney Pictures India, Yash Raj Films and Disney World Cinema
A Bolt November 21, 2008 Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Animated Feature
Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Animated Feature Film
co-production with Walt Disney Animation Studios
L Bedtime Stories December 25, 2008 co-production with Gunn Films, Happy Madison Productions, Offspring Entertainment and Conman & Izzy Productions
L Jonas Brothers: The 3D Concert Experience February 27, 2009 co-production with Jonas Films
L Race to Witch Mountain March 13, 2009 co-production with Gunn Films
L Hannah Montana: The Movie April 10, 2009 co-production with It's a Laugh Productions and Millar Gough Ink
N Earth[N 7] April 22, 2009 Disneynature release; produced by BBC Natural History Unit, BBC Worldwide, Discovery Channel and Greenlight Media AG
L Trail of the Panda May 8, 2009 co-production with Disney World Cinema and Castle Hero Pictures
D The Boys: The Sherman Brothers' Story May 22, 2009 co-production with Crescendo Productions, Red Hour Films, and Traveling Light
A Up May 29, 2009 Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture
co-production with Pixar Animation Studios
Academy Award for Best Animated Feature
Golden Globe Award for Best Animated Feature Film
L Lilly the Witch: The Dragon and the Magic Book * June 12, 2009 German film
L G-Force July 24, 2009 co-production with Jerry Bruckheimer Films
A Ponyo[N 7] August 14, 2009 co-production with Studio Ghibli
A Tinker Bell and the Lost Treasure September 3, 2009 (Argentina)
October 27, 2009 (DTV)
co-production with Disneytoon Studios
D Walt & El Grupo September 9, 2009 co-production with Walt Disney Family Foundation Films and Theodore Thomas Productions
L The Book of Masters * October 29, 2009 Russian film; co-production with Trite
A Disney's A Christmas Carol November 6, 2009 co-production with ImageMovers Digital
L Old Dogs November 25, 2009 co-production with Tapestry Films
A The Princess and the Frog December 11, 2009 Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Animated Feature
Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Animated Feature Film
co-production with Walt Disney Animation Studios

2010s

Title Release date Notes
L Alice in Wonderland March 5, 2010 Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy
co-production with The Zanuck Company, Roth Films, and Team Todd
N Oceans[N 7] April 22, 2010 Disneynature release; produced by Participant Media, Pathé, Gatetee Films, Canal+, France 2 Cinéma, France 3 Cinéma, Notro Films, JMH-TSR, France Télévisions, TPS Star, Centre National de la Cinématogrpahie, Procirep, Angoa-Agicoa Movies
L Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time May 28, 2010 co-production with Jerry Bruckheimer Films
A Toy Story 3 June 18, 2010 Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture
co-production with Pixar Animation Studios
Academy Award for Best Animated Feature
Golden Globe Award for Best Animated Feature Film
L The Sorcerer's Apprentice July 14, 2010 co-production with Jerry Bruckheimer Films, Saturn Films, and Broken Road Productions
A Tales from Earthsea[N 7] August 13, 2010 co-production with Studio Ghibli
A Tinker Bell and the Great Fairy Rescue August 13, 2010 (United Kingdom)
September 21, 2010 (DTV)
co-production with Disneytoon Studios
N The Crimson Wing: Mystery of the Flamingos September 7, 2010 Disneynature release; produced by Kudos Pictures, Kudos Film and Television, and Natural Light Films
L Secretariat October 8, 2010 co-production with Mayhem Pictures
L Do Dooni Chaar * co-production with Planman Motion Pictures, Disney India, and Disney World Cinema
A Tangled November 24, 2010 Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Animated Feature Film
co-production with Walt Disney Animation Studios
L Tron: Legacy December 17, 2010 co-production with Sean Bailey Productions
L Anaganaga O Dheerudu * January 21, 2011 co-production with A Bellyful of Dreams Entertainment, Arka Media Works, Disney India, and Disney World Cinema
L Beverly Hills Chihuahua 2 February 1, 2011
L Lilly the Witch: The Journey to Mandolan * February 17, 2011 German film
A Mars Needs Moms March 11, 2011 co-production with ImageMovers Digital; final ImageMovers Digital film
L Zokkomon * April 22, 2011 co-production with Disney India and Disney World Cinema
N African Cats Disneynature release; produced by Fothergill / Scholey Productions and Silverback Films[6]
L Prom April 29, 2011
L Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides May 20, 2011 co-production with Jerry Bruckheimer Films
A Cars 2 June 24, 2011 Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Animated Feature Film
co-production with Pixar Animation Studios
A Winnie the Pooh July 15, 2011 co-production with Walt Disney Animation Studios
L Spooky Buddies September 20, 2011 co-production with Key Pix Productions
L The Muppets November 23, 2011 co-production with Mandeville Films
L Treasure Buddies January 31, 2012 co-production with Key Pix Productions
A The Secret World of Arrietty[N 7] February 17, 2012 co-production with Studio Ghibli
L John Carter March 9, 2012
N Chimpanzee April 20, 2012 Disneynature release; produced by Great Ape Productions
A Arjun: The Warrior Prince * May 25, 2012 co-production with Disney India, Disney World Cinema, and UTV Motion Pictures
A Brave June 22, 2012 co-production with Pixar Animation Studios
Academy Award for Best Animated Feature
Golden Globe Award for Best Animated Feature Film
L The Odd Life of Timothy Green August 15, 2012 co-production with Monsterfoot Productions, and Scott Sanders Productions
A Secret of the Wings August 16, 2012 (Ukraine)
October 23, 2012 (DTV)
co-production with Disneytoon Studios
L Beverly Hills Chihuahua 3: Viva la Fiesta! September 18, 2012
A Frankenweenie October 5, 2012 Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Animated Feature
Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Animated Feature Film
co-production with Tim Burton Productions
A Wreck-It Ralph November 2, 2012 Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Animated Feature
Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Animated Feature Film
co-production with Walt Disney Animation Studios
L Oz the Great and Powerful March 8, 2013 co-production with Roth Films, and Curtis-Donen Productions
N Wings of Life April 16, 2013 Disneynature release; produced by Blacklight Films
A Monsters University June 21, 2013 co-production with Pixar Animation Studios
L The Lone Ranger July 3, 2013 co-production with Jerry Bruckheimer Films, Blind Wink, and Infinitum Nihil
A Planes August 9, 2013 co-production with Disneytoon Studios
L Super Buddies August 27, 2013 co-production with Key Pix Productions
A Frozen November 27, 2013 co-production with Walt Disney Animation Studios
Academy Award for Best Animated Feature
L Saving Mr. Banks December 13, 2013 co-production with BBC Films, Essential Media and Entertainment, Ruby Films, and Hopscotch Features
A The Pirate Fairy February 13, 2014 (Denmark)
April 1, 2014 (DTV)
co-production with Disneytoon Studios
L Muppets Most Wanted March 21, 2014 co-production with Mandeville Films
N Bears April 18, 2014 Disneynature release; produced by Silverback Films[7]
L Million Dollar Arm May 16, 2014 co-production with Roth Films and Mayhem Pictures
L Maleficent May 30, 2014 co-production with Roth Films
A Planes: Fire & Rescue July 18, 2014 co-production with Disneytoon Studios
L Khoobsurat * September 19, 2014 co-production with UTV Motion Pictures, Disney India, and Anil Kapoor Films
L Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day October 10, 2014 co-production with 21 Laps Entertainment, and The Jim Henson Company
A Big Hero 6 November 7, 2014 Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Animated Feature Film
co-production with Walt Disney Animation Studios
Academy Award for Best Animated Feature
L Into the Woods December 25, 2014 Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy
co-production with Lucamar Productions, and Marc Platt Productions
L McFarland, USA February 20, 2015 co-production with Mayhem Pictures
A Tinker Bell and the Legend of the NeverBeast March 3, 2015 co-production with Disneytoon Studios; final Disneytoon Studios film
L Cinderella March 13, 2015 co-production with Kinberg Genre, Allison Shearmur Productions, and Beagle Pug Films
N Monkey Kingdom April 17, 2015 Disneynature release; produced by Silverback Films[8]
L Tomorrowland May 22, 2015 co-production with A113 Productions
A Inside Out June 19, 2015 co-production with Pixar Animation Studios
Academy Award for Best Animated Feature
Golden Globe Award for Best Animated Feature Film
L ABCD 2 * co-production with UTV Motion Pictures and Disney India
A The Good Dinosaur November 25, 2015 Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Animated Feature Film
co-production with Pixar Animation Studios
L The Finest Hours January 29, 2016 co-production with Whitaker Entertainment and Red Hawk Entertainment
A Zootopia March 4, 2016 co-production with Walt Disney Animation Studios
Academy Award for Best Animated Feature
Golden Globe Award for Best Animated Feature Film
H The Jungle Book April 15, 2016 co-production with Fairview Entertainment
L Tini: The Movie * May 6, 2016 co-production with Gloriamundi Producciones and Lapis Films
L Alice Through the Looking Glass May 27, 2016 co-production with Roth Films, Team Todd, and Tim Burton Productions
A Finding Dory June 17, 2016 co-production with Pixar Animation Studios
L The BFG [N 8] July 1, 2016 co-production with Amblin Entertainment, Reliance Entertainment, Walden Media, and The Kennedy/Marshall Company
L Pete's Dragon August 12, 2016 co-production with Whitaker Entertainment
L Queen of Katwe September 23, 2016 co-production with ESPN Films, Cine Mosaic, and Mirabai Films
A Moana November 23, 2016 Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Animated Feature
Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Animated Feature Film
co-production with Walt Disney Animation Studios
N Growing Up Wild December 6, 2016 Disneynature release; produced by Silverback Films[10]
L Dangal * December 21, 2016 co-production with Disney India, UTV Motion Pictures, and Aamir Khan Productions
N L'Empereur - March of the Penguins 2: The Next Step[N 9] February 15, 2017 Disneynature release; produced by Bonne Pioche Cinéma, Paprika Films, Wild-Touch Productions, OCS, France 3 Cinéma, and Hulu Originals
L Beauty and the Beast March 17, 2017 co-production with Mandeville Films
N Born in China April 21, 2017 Disneynature release; produced by Shanghai Media Group, Chuan Films, and Brian Leith Productions
L Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales May 26, 2017 co-production with Jerry Bruckheimer Films
A Cars 3 June 16, 2017 co-production with Pixar Animation Studios
N Ghost of the Mountains June 30, 2017 Disneynature release; produced by Netflix Original Documentaries, and Brian Leith Productions[12]
L Jagga Jasoos * July 14, 2017 co-production with Disney India, UTV Motion Pictures, Picture Shuru Entertainment, and Ishana Movies
L The Last Warrior * October 29, 2017 Russian film; co-production with Yellow, Black & White
A Coco November 22, 2017 co-production with Pixar Animation Studios
Academy Award for Best Animated Feature
Golden Globe Award for Best Animated Feature Film
N Expedition China December 27, 2017 Disneynature release; produced by Netflix Original Documentaries, and Brian Leith Productions[12]
L A Wrinkle in Time March 9, 2018 co-production with Whitaker Entertainment
A Incredibles 2 June 15, 2018 Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Animated Feature
Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Animated Feature Film
co-production with Pixar Animation Studios
H Christopher Robin August 3, 2018 co-production with 2DUX²
L The Nutcracker and the Four Realms November 2, 2018 co-production with The Mark Gordon Company
A Ralph Breaks the Internet November 21, 2018 Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Animated Feature
Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Animated Feature Film
co-production with Walt Disney Animation Studios
H Mary Poppins Returns December 19, 2018 Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy
co-production with Lucamar Productions and Marc Platt Productions
L Dumbo March 29, 2019 co-production with Tim Burton Productions, Infinite Detective Productions, and Secret Machine Entertainment
N Penguins April 17, 2019 Disneynature release; produced by Silverback Films
H Aladdin May 24, 2019 co-production with Rideback
A Toy Story 4 June 21, 2019 Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Animated Feature Film
co-production with Pixar Animation Studios
Academy Award for Best Animated Feature
H The Lion King July 19, 2019 Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Animated Feature Film
co-production with Fairview Entertainment
L Maleficent: Mistress of Evil October 18, 2019 co-production with Roth Films
L Lady and the Tramp November 12, 2019 co-production with Taylor Made; distributed by Disney+
L Noelle distributed by Disney+
A Frozen II November 22, 2019 Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Animated Feature Film
co-production with Walt Disney Animation Studios
L Togo December 20, 2019 distributed by Disney+

2020s

Title Release date Notes
L Timmy Failure: Mistakes Were Made February 7, 2020 co-production with Etalon Films, Slow Pony Pictures and Whitaker Entertainment; distributed by Disney+
A Onward March 6, 2020 Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Animated Feature
Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Animated Feature Film
co-production with Pixar Animation Studios
L Stargirl March 13, 2020 co-production with Gotham Group and Hahnscape Entertainment; distributed by Disney+
N Dolphin Reef April 3, 2020 Disneynature release; distributed by Disney+
N Elephant
L Artemis Fowl June 12, 2020 co-production with TriBeCa Productions, Marzano Films, and TKBC; distributed by Disney+
L Hamilton July 3, 2020 Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy
co-production with 5000 Broadway Productions, Nevis Productions, Old 320 Sycamore Pictures and RadicalMedia; distributed by Disney+
L Black Is King July 31, 2020 co-production with Parkwood Entertainment; distributed by Disney+
L Magic Camp August 14, 2020 co-production with Team Todd; distributed by Disney+
L The One and Only Ivan August 21, 2020 co-production with Jolie Pas Productions and Allison Shearmur Productions; distributed by Disney+
L Mulan September 4, 2020 co-production with Jason T. Reed Productions and Good Fear Productions; distributed by Disney+
L Godmothered December 4, 2020 co-production with The Montecito Picture Company; distributed by Disney+[13]
L Safety December 11, 2020 co-production with Mayhem Pictures and Select Films; distributed by Disney+[14]
A Soul December 25, 2020 co-production with Pixar Animation Studios; distributed by Disney+[15][16]
Academy Award for Best Animated Feature
Golden Globe Award for Best Animated Feature Film
L The Last Warrior: Root of Evil * January 1, 2021 Russian film; co-production with Yellow, Black & White, Cinema Fund Russia, and Russia-1
L Flora & Ulysses February 19, 2021 co-production with Netter Productions; distributed by Disney+[17]
A Raya and the Last Dragon § March 5, 2021 co-production with Walt Disney Animation Studios[18][19][20][21]
Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Animated Feature Film
L Cruella § May 28, 2021 co-production with Gunn Films and Marc Platt Productions[22][23]
A Luca June 18, 2021 (2021-06-18) co-production with Pixar Animation Studios; distributed by Disney+[24][25][26]
Nominee of the Golden Globe Award for Best Animated Feature Film
L Jungle Cruise § July 30, 2021 (2021-07-30) co-production with Davis Entertainment, Flynn Picture Company and Seven Bucks Productions[27][28]
A Encanto November 24, 2021 (2021-11-24) Golden Globe Award for Best Animated Feature Film
co-production with Walt Disney Animation Studios[29][30][31][32]
A Diary of a Wimpy Kid December 3, 2021 co-production with 20th Century Animation and Bardel Entertainment; distributed by Disney+
L The Last Warrior: A Messenger of Darkness * December 23, 2021 (2021-12-23) Russian film; co-production with Disney CIS and Yellow, Black & White

Upcoming

Title Release date Notes
D The Beatles: Get Back – The Rooftop Concert January 30, 2022[33] co-production with Apple Corps Ltd. and WingNut Films; Limited IMAX engagement.
A Turning Red March 11, 2022 (2022-03-11)[26] co-production with Pixar Animation Studios; distributed by Disney+
N Polar Bear April 22, 2022 (2022-04-22)[34] Disneynature release; distributed by Disney+
A Lightyear June 17, 2022 (2022-06-17)[26] co-production with Pixar Animation Studios
A Strange World[35] November 23, 2022 (2022-11-23)[26] co-production with Walt Disney Animation Studios
L Untitled live-action film March 10, 2023 (2023-03-10)[36]
L The Little Mermaid May 26, 2023[37] co-production with Lucamar Productions, Marc Platt Productions, and 5000 Broadway Productions[38]
A Untitled Pixar Animation Studios film June 16, 2023 (2023-06-16)[36] co-production with Pixar Animation Studios
L Untitled live-action film August 11, 2023 (2023-08-11)[36]
A Untitled Walt Disney Animation Studios film November 22, 2023 (2023-11-22)[36] co-production with Walt Disney Animation Studios
A Untitled Pixar Animation Studios film March 1, 2024 (2024-03-01)[37] co-production with Pixar Animation Studios
L Untitled live-action film March 22, 2024 (2024-03-22)[37]
A Untitled Pixar Animation Studios film June 14, 2024 (2024-06-14)[37] co-production with Pixar Animation Studios
L Untitled live-action film July 5, 2024 (2024-07-05)[37]

Undated films

Title Release date Ref Notes Production Status
L Better Nate Than Ever Spring 2022 [39] co-production with Marc Platt Productions; distributed by Disney+ Filming
H Chip 'n Dale: Rescue Rangers [40] co-production with Mandeville Films; distributed by Disney+ Post-production
L Hocus Pocus 2 Fall 2022 [41] co-production with David Kirschner Productions; distributed by Disney+ Filming
H Pinocchio [42][43] co-production with ImageMovers and Depth of Field Studios; distributed by Disney+ Post-production
L Crater 2022 [44] co-production with 21 Laps Entertainment; distributed by Disney+
A Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Rodrick Rules [45] co-production with 20th Century Animation and Bardel Entertainment; distributed by Disney+
H Disenchanted [46] co-production with Right Coast Productions, Josephson Entertainment, and Andalasia Productions; distributed by Disney+
L Hollywood Stargirl [47] co-production with Gotham Group and Hahnscape Entertainment; distributed by Disney+
L Peter Pan & Wendy [38][48] co-production with Whitaker Entertainment and Roth/Kirschenbaum Films; distributed by Disney+
L Rise [49][50][51] distributed by Disney+ Filming
L Three Men and a Baby [52][53][50] TBA
L Chang Can Dunk 2023 [54] Post-production
L Haunted Mansion TBA [55] co-production with Rideback Filming
L Lilo & Stitch [56] co-production with Rideback; distributed by Disney+ Pre-production
L National Treasure 3 [57][58][59] co-production with Jerry Bruckheimer Films, Junction Entertainment and Saturn Films
L Shrunk [38] co-production with Mandeville Films; distributed by Disney+
L Sister Act 3 [60][61] distributed by Disney+
L Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs [62] co-production with Marc Platt Productions
L Song for a Whale [63] co-production with Jane Startz Productions; distributed by Disney+
L The Return Of The Rocketeer [64] distributed by Disney+
L Tower of Terror [65] co-production with These Pictures
L Tron: Ares [66]
H Untitled The Lion King prequel [67] co-production with Fairview Entertainment
L World's Best [68] distributed by Disney+

Number of films per decade

487 films produced and released under the Disney banner until now. The number of films in the 2020s section following the year 2020 may be subject to change.
1930s (2) 1940s (14) 1950s (29) 1960s (52) 1970s (48) 1980s (28) 1990s (67) 2000s (124) 2010s (100) 2020s (35)
1940 2 1950 2 1960 7 1970 4 1980 5 1990 2 2000 8 2010 12 2020 14
1941 2 1951 1 1961 6 1971 4 1981 5 1991 5 2001 7 2011 12 2021 9
1942 1 1952 1 1962 6 1972 5 1982 3 1992 5 2002 11 2012 11 2022 3
1943 2 1953 3 1963 6 1973 5 1983 3 1993 6 2003 15 2013 8 2023 5
1954 3 1964 6 1974 4 1994 9 2004 14 2014 10 2024 4
1945 1 1955 4 1965 3 1975 6 1985 4 1995 11 2005 16 2015 8 2025
1946 2 1956 4 1966 4 1976 5 1986 2 1996 7 2006 14 2016 12 2026
1937 2 1947 1 1957 3 1967 6 1977 7 1987 1 1997 8 2007 11 2017 10 2027
1948 2 1958 3 1968 5 1978 3 1988 2 1998 7 2008 12 2018 6 2028
1949 1 1959 5 1969 3 1979 5 1989 3 1999 7 2009 16 2019 11 2029

See also

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Notes

  1. ^ a b Walt Disney Productions and Paramount Pictures co-produced this film, with Buena Vista International handling international distribution, and Paramount handling North American distribution.
  2. ^ a b c d e f g Distributed by Buena Vista Pictures in North America only.
  3. ^ The Rocketeer was released as a Walt Disney Pictures release in North America.[3] However, outside of the United States and Canada, the film was released through the Touchstone Pictures label.[4]
  4. ^ Released in conjunction with the Hollywood Pictures label.
  5. ^ Distributed by Buena Vista Pictures in a small number of countries. International rights were held by Summit Entertainment.
  6. ^ Released under the Touchstone Pictures label for its original 1993 release, and was rebranded as a Walt Disney Pictures film for the 2006 reissue.[5]
  7. ^ a b c d e Distributed by Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures in North America only.
  8. ^ Distributed by Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures worldwide except in Europe, Africa and the Middle East, where DreamWorks Pictures' international partner Mister Smith Entertainment sold the rights to independent distributors.[9]
  9. ^ Distributed by Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures in France.[11] It was subsequently released exclusively on Hulu in the U.S. as March of the Penguins 2: The Next Step.

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