The year 1995 (MCMXCV) started on a Sunday.
- January 8
- January 19 - Before Sunrise (Castle Rock Entertainment/Columbia Pictures/Detour Filmproduction) was premiered in Sundance.
- January 20 - Murder in the First (Warner Bros./Le Studio Canal+/The Wolper Organization)
- January 27 - Before Sunrise (Castle Rock Entertainment/Columbia Pictures/Detour Filmproduction)
- February 3
- February 17 - Just Cause (Warner Bros./Fountainbridge Films/Lee Rich Productions)
- March 3 - The Mangler (New Line Cinema)
- March 10 - Outbreak (Warner Bros./Punch Productions, inc.)
- March 19 - For Better or Worse (Castle Rock Entertainment/Columbia Pictures)
- March 24 - Dolores Claiborne (Castle Rock Entertainment/Columbia Pictures/Triumph Releasing Corporation)
- March 31 - Born to Be Wild (Warner Bros. Family Entertainment/Fuji Entertainment/Outlaw Productions)
- April 7 - Don Juan DeMarco (New Line Cinema)
- April 12 - The Pebble and the Penguin (Warner Bros. Family Entertainment/Don Bluth Ireland, Limited/Metro–Goldwyn–Mayer) (International distribution only including the Ireland; USA distribution by Metro–Goldwyn–Mayer)
- April 21 - The Basketball Diaries (New Line Cinema)
- April 26 - Friday (New Line Cinema)
- May 3
- May 10 - A Little Princess (Warner Bros. Family Entertainment/Baltimore Pictures)
- May 19
- June 2 - The Bridges of Madison County (Warner Bros./Amblin Entertainment/Malpaso Productions)
- June 16
- July 14 - Under Siege 2: Dark Territory (Warner Bros.)
- July 19 - Free Willy 2: The Adventure Home (Warner Bros. Family Entertainment/Regency Enterprises/Le Studio Canal+/Alcor Films)
- July 21 - An Awfully Big Adventure (Fine Line Features)
- July 28 - Double Happiness (Fine Line Features)
- August 4 - Something to Talk About (Warner Bros./Hawn-Sylbert Movie Company/Spring Creek Productions)
- August 18 - Mortal Kombat (New Line Cinema/Turner Pictures)
- August 25
- September 8
- September 15
- September 22
- September 29 - War of the Buttons (Enigma Productions/Fujisankei Communications Group/Hugo Films/Les Productions de la Guéville/Warner Bros.)
- October 6 - Assassins (Warner Bros./Silver Pictures/Shuler-Donner Productions)
- October 20 - Empire Records (Monarchy Enterprises B.V./New Regency Pictures/Regency Entertainment/Warner Bros.)
- October 27 - Copycat (Warner Bros./Regency Enterprises)
- November 3
- November 8 - Ace Ventura: When Nature Calls (Warner Bros./Morgan Creek Productions) (Los Angeles, California release)
- November 10 - Ace Ventura: When Nature Calls (Warner Bros./Morgan Creek Productions) (general release)
- November 17
- It Takes Two (Warner Bros. Family Entertainment/Rysher Entertainment/Orr & Cruickshank Productions/Dualstar Productions) (US distribution only; Rights now owned by Paramount Pictures; International distribution by Rysher)
- The American President (Castle Rock Entertainment/Columbia Pictures/Universal Studios)
- November 22 - Frankie Starlight (Fine Line Features)
- December 15
- December 22
- August 25 - Carrotblanca (Warner Bros. Animation/Looney Tunes)
- October 6 - Another Froggy Evening (Warner Bros. Animation/Looney Tunes)
- February 5 - Daisy-Head Mayzie (Hanna-Barbera/Turner Program Services/Dr. Seuss Enterprises/Collingwood O'Hare Entertainment) is premiered on TNT.
- February 20 - World Premiere Toons (Hanna-Barbera/Cartoon Network/Turner Program Services) is premiered on Cartoon Network, begins with The Powerpuff Girls pilot short Meat Fuzzy Lumkins (Hanna-Barbera/Cartoon Network).
- February 25 - Citizen X (HBO Pictures) is premiered on HBO.
- February 26 - Changes (Hanna-Barbera/Cartoon Network) is aired on Cartoon Network, part of the World Premiere Toons.
- March 5 - The Good Old Boys (Turner Pictures) is premiered on TNT.
- March 12 - Young at Heart (Warner Bros. Television/TS Productions) is premiered on CBS.
- March 18 - In Pursuit of Honor (HBO Pictures) is premiered on HBO.
- April 16 - Joseph (Turner Pictures) is premiered on TNT.
- April 29 - Tyson (HBO Pictures) is premiered on HBO.
- May 20 - Indictment: The McMartin Trial (HBO Pictures) is premiered on HBO.
- May 22 - Taz-Mania airs its final episode on Fox Kids.
- May 25 - Above Suspicion (HBO Pictures) is premiered on HBO.
- June 24 - The Infiltrator (HBO Showcase) is premiered on HBO.
- July 22 - Body Language (HBO Showcase) is premiered on HBO.
- August 1 - Virtual Seduction (Warner Bros. Television/Concorde Pictures/Saban Entertainment) is premiered on Showtime.
- August 23 - Kirk (Warner Bros. Television) is premiered on The WB.
- August 26 - The Tuskegee Airmen (HBO Pictures) is premiered on HBO.
- September - Tiny Toon Adventures begins airing in reruns on Nickelodeon.
- September 9
- September 15 - Batman: The Animated Series airs its final episode on Fox Kids.
- October 14
- October 15 - The Heidi Chronicles (Turner Entertainment) is premiered on TNT.
- November 19 - Jonny Quest vs. The Cyber Insects (Hanna-Barbera/Fil-Cartoons/Turner Program Services) is premiered on TNT.
- November 21 - It Was Him or Us (Warner Bros. Television/MDT Productions) is premiered on CBS.
- November 25 - Sugartime (HBO Pictures) is premiered on HBO.
- December 9 - Ace Ventura: Pet Detective (Warner Bros. Television/Morgan Creek Productions/Nelvana) is premiered with the first season on CBS.
- April 22 - Batman: The Ride opens at Six Flags St. Louis.
- April 30 - Viper opens at Six Flags Great America.
Home video releases
Direct to video releases
- Looney Tunes B-Ball
- Desert Demolition Starring Road Runner and Wile E. Coyote
- Batman Forever
- Justice League Task Force
- Porky Pig's Haunted Holiday
- Cheese Cat-Astrophe Starring Speedy Gonzales
- February 20 - Blossom, Bubbles and Buttercup in the pilot short episode Meat Fuzzy Lumpkins of What a Cartoon!
- February 26 - Dexter, Dee Dee and Dexter's Mom in the pilot short episode Dexter's Laboratory
- March 26 - Johnny Bravo
- May 10 - Sara Crewe, Miss Minchin, Captain Crewe, Becky, Ram Dass, Charles Randolph, and Amelia in the film A Little Princess
- June 1 - Dick Grayson, The Riddler in the film Batman Forever
- September 9 - Freakazoid, Sergeant Mike Cosgrove, Steff, Cave Guy, and the Lobe in the first episode of Freakazoid!
- November 12 - Cow, Chicken, Red Guy, Mom and Dad in Cow and Chicken pilot episode No Smoking.
- Cosmo Spacely born in 1995.
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