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|director = Brian Nissen<br/>Richard Rich
 
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|editor = Joe Campana
 
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'''''The Scarecrow''''' is a 2000 [[animation|animated]] [[musical film|musical]] [[fantasy film]], written and directed by Brian Nissen and [[Richard Rich (director)|Richard Rich]], and based on the [[Nathaniel Hawthorne]] short story "[[Feathertop]]" and the [[Percy MacKaye]] play ''[[The Scarecrow (play)|The Scarecrow]]''. It features the voices of [[Corey Feldman]] and [[Belinda Montgomery]].
 
   
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'''''The Scarecrow''''' is a 2000 animated musical fantasy film, written and directed by Brian Nissen and [[Richard Rich (director)|Richard Rich]], and based on the [[Nathaniel Hawthorne]] short story "Feathertop" and the [[Percy MacKaye]] play ''The Scarecrow''. It features the voices of [[Corey Feldman]] and [[Belinda Montgomery]].
 
==Plot==
 
==Plot==
In the time of the Pilgrims, the lovely young heroine named Polly who has spent all her life in the orphanage in Grisham Heights (which is more like Grisham's workhouse) saves money to buy her freedom from the place. She hides her savings beneath a scarecrow (even though he cannot talk yet), who happens to be enchanted by a good witch named Miss Bee Bee (who narrates the story) who has nothing to do with anything, except she was banished to the wilderness. This makes him magically alive and he is appropriately named Feathertop.
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The film opens with an elderly woman, who reveals herself to be a kindly witch, telling the audience about the town of Grisham Heights, owned by the selfish and dance obsessed Count Grisham. She explains that she was Grisham's dance teacher, until he chased her into hiding when he accidentally discovered that she was a witch, and was forced to live in an abandoned house far outside of the village, with only her magic broom Bristles for company. She then goes on to explain the town's workhouse mill, which is where all orphans and debtors are sent to work off their debts, and that is takes thirteen pieces of silver to buy your freedom. The witch then introduces the audience to Polly, a girl who has been in the mill nearly her whole life, but has been saving her silver coins and hiding them at the foot of her scarecrow (without realizing that the witch lives at the house). Because she is lonely, the witch decides to bring her scarecrow to life after Polly leaves, using a magic feather to do so, which also allows a pessimistic mouse, Max, who lives in the Scarecrow's pocket, to talk.
   
When Polly becomes entangled in the affairs of three balanced orphan children named Gretchen, Farley and Cooper, because of her inherently good heart, she refuses to buy her own freedom until she can save money for the children as well.
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As the years go by, Scarecrow begins to fall in love with Polly after her constant visits to the witch's garden to hide her silver coins. It's shown by the witch that Polly earned her required amount a long time ago, but decided to stay when three more, much younger orphans arrived, and wished to help them so they could leave together, so she is still at the mill, even as an adult. Seeing that Scarecrow is in love with Polly, and worried she'll be discovered and chased away again, the witch leaves the village, telling Scarecrow that she will miss him and teaches him how to dance. Scarecrow is saddened, but determined to find a way to be with Polly and watch over her money until she is able to free herself and the children.
   
Meanwhile, Feathertop falls in love with Polly and tries to woo her. At first, when Polly's savings are stolen by the evil, maniacal and villainous local squire, Count Grisham (who was his principal rival), he tries to bribe her into marriage and subsequently imprisons her against her will.
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Meanwhile, Count Grisham, wants Polly to be his, and constantly attempts to woo her with promises of giving her and the children a good life and home, though Polly is able to see right through his selfish act and continuously turns him down, which angers him. On the day she earns the last silver coin they need, Grisham finds out and sends the workhouse mill overseer, Cheswick, to find Polly's silver. Cheswick follows Polly to the old garden, and digs up her money after she leaves, but Scarecrow reveals himself in an attempt to retrieve it and frightens Cheswick, who runs to Grisham's two thugs for help. They corner Scarecrow in the old house, where he discovers a magic feather and a message left to him by the witch, which tells him that the feather (when worn) will turn him human, but that "real life" will never be his until he is willing to give that life for another.
   
While the two men vie for her affections, culminating in a spectacular finale that sees Polly escaping in the nick of time from a collapsing bridge, Grisham plunges to a sticky end down a canyon and Feathertop dies in the act and sacrifices himself to rescue Polly. And at the end, he was miraculously turned into a real human.
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Scarecrow dons the feather and easily fools Grisham's thugs into believing he is merely a traveler named Feathertop, and they leave, though Cheswick is not convinced. Meanwhile, Polly, having heard the noise Cheswick made earlier, returns to the garden to find her money gone, and weeps in despair. The next morning, Grisham comes up with a plan to ensnare Polly with his "love spell dance" to make her his by holding a dance contest, with fifty two pieces of silver (the exact amount she needs) as the prize. Feathertop shows off his dancing skills to a crowd in the town square, which prompts Polly to ask him to teach her and be her partner at the dance. During her lesson, the two share a romantic, beautiful dance and begin to fall in love, until Grisham interrupts to ask Polly to be his partner for the dance. He is angry to learn that she already has a partner, and on the night of the contest sends his thugs to trap Feathertop so he cannot attend, which would give him a chance to use his "love spell", but Feathertop escapes the thugs and he and Polly win the contest. Feathertop gives all the money to Polly, and the two confess their love for each other, and plan to marry the next morning.
   
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Grisham confronts Feathertop, and during the confrontation, discovers his true identity. He ties Scarecrow up in the same field and steals his feather, which transforms him into Feathertop upon wearing it, hoping to trick Polly into marrying him, but she is able to see right through him. Grisham tries to force her to marry him, but she, and the priest, refuse to go along with it, which humiliates and angers Grisham. Scarecrow manages to escape, and retrieves his feather thanks to help from Max, but decides to leave Polly because he knows he can never truly be with her since he is not human. Polly is still waiting for him at the church when Grisham angrily tells his manservant Woody that he intends to kill Polly for rejecting him, but Woody abandons him to warn Polly instead, while Bristles, who was eavesdropping, flies off to warn Feathertop that Polly is in danger.
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Polly and the children attempt to escape town in Grisham's carriage, but the only way out is across a bridge over a gorge that Grisham has ordered his thugs to weaken. Feathertop arrives and climbs under to hold the supports together until Polly and the children are safely across, though Grisham tries to prevent him from doing so, and in the struggle falls to his death. Feathertop manages to hold the bridge together just long enough for the carriage to make it across, then falls into the gorge as it collapses. Max and Bristles search the rubble and find him apparently dead, but are overjoyed to see him alive, and they climb out of the gorge together. Polly is waiting at the top, and joyfully embraces Feathertop, who tries to explain why they can't be together, only to realize that his feather fell out of his hat when he climbed out of the gorge, meaning he is now human permanently. He and Polly kiss, and the town celebrates Grisham's demise by cleaning up and holding a large dance in the town square, while the witch brings a girl broom to life for Bristles, and closes the film by addressing the audience the same way she did at the beginning.
 
==Cast==
 
==Cast==
 
*[[Shawn Hoffman]] as [[The Scarecrow (2000 character)|The Scarecrow]]/[[The Scarecrow (2000 character)|Feathertop]]
 
*[[Shawn Hoffman]] as [[The Scarecrow (2000 character)|The Scarecrow]]/[[The Scarecrow (2000 character)|Feathertop]]
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*[[Ray Porter]] as [[Count Grisham]]
 
*[[Ray Porter]] as [[Count Grisham]]
 
*[[Christie Albers]] as [[Miss Bee Bee]]
 
*[[Christie Albers]] as [[Miss Bee Bee]]
*[[Corey Feldman]] (credited as Edggar Frogg) as [[Max]]
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*[[Corey Feldman]] (credited as Edggar Frogg) as [[Max (The Scarecrow)|Max]]
 
*[[David Llewellyn]] as [[Wooden]]
 
*[[David Llewellyn]] as [[Wooden]]
 
*[[Paul Masonson]] as [[Cheswick]], [[Gumshoe]], and [[Bristles]]
 
*[[Paul Masonson]] as [[Cheswick]], [[Gumshoe]], and [[Bristles]]
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*[[Kathryn Little]]
 
*[[Kathryn Little]]
 
*[[Cory Cluff]]
 
*[[Cory Cluff]]
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==Production==
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===Development===
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===Music===
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==Release==
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===Home media===
 
==Songs==
 
==Songs==
 
The film contains six original songs with music composed by Kurt Bestor.
 
The film contains six original songs with music composed by Kurt Bestor.
 
 
#[[So the Count Can Dance]]/[[On Our Way]] (Felicia Sorensen with music and lyrics by Alan Zachary and Michael Weiner)
 
#[[So the Count Can Dance]]/[[On Our Way]] (Felicia Sorensen with music and lyrics by Alan Zachary and Michael Weiner)
 
#[[When She Looks at Me]] (David Barrus with music and lyrics by Kurt Bestor)
 
#[[When She Looks at Me]] (David Barrus with music and lyrics by Kurt Bestor)
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#[[In Your Arms]] (David Barrus and Felicia Sorensen with music and lyrics by David Kates and Craig Taubman)
 
#[[In Your Arms]] (David Barrus and Felicia Sorensen with music and lyrics by David Kates and Craig Taubman)
 
#[[We Gotta Do Better Than That]] (with music and lyrics by Vaughn Johnson)
 
#[[We Gotta Do Better Than That]] (with music and lyrics by Vaughn Johnson)
 
 
==Reception==
 
==Reception==
 
''The Scarecrow'' has an approval rating of 40% on Rotten Tomatoes, Want-To-See has a score of 33% and IMDB has a rating of 6.8 out of 10. Also, Entertainment Value has a rating of 5 out of 5.
 
''The Scarecrow'' has an approval rating of 40% on Rotten Tomatoes, Want-To-See has a score of 33% and IMDB has a rating of 6.8 out of 10. Also, Entertainment Value has a rating of 5 out of 5.
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==Gallery==
==External links==
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==Trivia==
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*This is the seventh and final [[Warner Bros. Family Entertainment]] animated film to have musical numbers, since ''[[Thumbelina (1994 film)|Thumbelina]]'', ''[[A Troll in Central Park]]'', ''[[Cats Don't Dance]]'', ''[[The Fearless Four]]'', ''[[Quest for Camelot]]'' and ''[[The King and I]]''.
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**This is the second and final Richard Rich's animated film to be distributed by Warner Bros. Pictures under the Warner Bros. Family Entertainment label, co-produced by Rich Animation Studios and associated by Nest Entertainment.
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*This film is unable to be released theatrically in the USA in 2000. It's only released on VHS in 2000. It's also unable to be released on DVD or Blu-ray. It's only premiered on Digital streaming in 2008 by Amazon Prime Video.
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===Differences between the short story and the film===
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===Differences between the musical play and the film===
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Latest revision as of 04:37, March 22, 2020



The Scarecrow is a 2000 animated musical fantasy film, written and directed by Brian Nissen and Richard Rich, and based on the Nathaniel Hawthorne short story "Feathertop" and the Percy MacKaye play The Scarecrow. It features the voices of Corey Feldman and Belinda Montgomery.

PlotEdit

The film opens with an elderly woman, who reveals herself to be a kindly witch, telling the audience about the town of Grisham Heights, owned by the selfish and dance obsessed Count Grisham. She explains that she was Grisham's dance teacher, until he chased her into hiding when he accidentally discovered that she was a witch, and was forced to live in an abandoned house far outside of the village, with only her magic broom Bristles for company. She then goes on to explain the town's workhouse mill, which is where all orphans and debtors are sent to work off their debts, and that is takes thirteen pieces of silver to buy your freedom. The witch then introduces the audience to Polly, a girl who has been in the mill nearly her whole life, but has been saving her silver coins and hiding them at the foot of her scarecrow (without realizing that the witch lives at the house). Because she is lonely, the witch decides to bring her scarecrow to life after Polly leaves, using a magic feather to do so, which also allows a pessimistic mouse, Max, who lives in the Scarecrow's pocket, to talk.

As the years go by, Scarecrow begins to fall in love with Polly after her constant visits to the witch's garden to hide her silver coins. It's shown by the witch that Polly earned her required amount a long time ago, but decided to stay when three more, much younger orphans arrived, and wished to help them so they could leave together, so she is still at the mill, even as an adult. Seeing that Scarecrow is in love with Polly, and worried she'll be discovered and chased away again, the witch leaves the village, telling Scarecrow that she will miss him and teaches him how to dance. Scarecrow is saddened, but determined to find a way to be with Polly and watch over her money until she is able to free herself and the children.

Meanwhile, Count Grisham, wants Polly to be his, and constantly attempts to woo her with promises of giving her and the children a good life and home, though Polly is able to see right through his selfish act and continuously turns him down, which angers him. On the day she earns the last silver coin they need, Grisham finds out and sends the workhouse mill overseer, Cheswick, to find Polly's silver. Cheswick follows Polly to the old garden, and digs up her money after she leaves, but Scarecrow reveals himself in an attempt to retrieve it and frightens Cheswick, who runs to Grisham's two thugs for help. They corner Scarecrow in the old house, where he discovers a magic feather and a message left to him by the witch, which tells him that the feather (when worn) will turn him human, but that "real life" will never be his until he is willing to give that life for another.

Scarecrow dons the feather and easily fools Grisham's thugs into believing he is merely a traveler named Feathertop, and they leave, though Cheswick is not convinced. Meanwhile, Polly, having heard the noise Cheswick made earlier, returns to the garden to find her money gone, and weeps in despair. The next morning, Grisham comes up with a plan to ensnare Polly with his "love spell dance" to make her his by holding a dance contest, with fifty two pieces of silver (the exact amount she needs) as the prize. Feathertop shows off his dancing skills to a crowd in the town square, which prompts Polly to ask him to teach her and be her partner at the dance. During her lesson, the two share a romantic, beautiful dance and begin to fall in love, until Grisham interrupts to ask Polly to be his partner for the dance. He is angry to learn that she already has a partner, and on the night of the contest sends his thugs to trap Feathertop so he cannot attend, which would give him a chance to use his "love spell", but Feathertop escapes the thugs and he and Polly win the contest. Feathertop gives all the money to Polly, and the two confess their love for each other, and plan to marry the next morning.

Grisham confronts Feathertop, and during the confrontation, discovers his true identity. He ties Scarecrow up in the same field and steals his feather, which transforms him into Feathertop upon wearing it, hoping to trick Polly into marrying him, but she is able to see right through him. Grisham tries to force her to marry him, but she, and the priest, refuse to go along with it, which humiliates and angers Grisham. Scarecrow manages to escape, and retrieves his feather thanks to help from Max, but decides to leave Polly because he knows he can never truly be with her since he is not human. Polly is still waiting for him at the church when Grisham angrily tells his manservant Woody that he intends to kill Polly for rejecting him, but Woody abandons him to warn Polly instead, while Bristles, who was eavesdropping, flies off to warn Feathertop that Polly is in danger.

Polly and the children attempt to escape town in Grisham's carriage, but the only way out is across a bridge over a gorge that Grisham has ordered his thugs to weaken. Feathertop arrives and climbs under to hold the supports together until Polly and the children are safely across, though Grisham tries to prevent him from doing so, and in the struggle falls to his death. Feathertop manages to hold the bridge together just long enough for the carriage to make it across, then falls into the gorge as it collapses. Max and Bristles search the rubble and find him apparently dead, but are overjoyed to see him alive, and they climb out of the gorge together. Polly is waiting at the top, and joyfully embraces Feathertop, who tries to explain why they can't be together, only to realize that his feather fell out of his hat when he climbed out of the gorge, meaning he is now human permanently. He and Polly kiss, and the town celebrates Grisham's demise by cleaning up and holding a large dance in the town square, while the witch brings a girl broom to life for Bristles, and closes the film by addressing the audience the same way she did at the beginning.

CastEdit

ChorusEdit

ProductionEdit

DevelopmentEdit

MusicEdit

ReleaseEdit

Home mediaEdit

SongsEdit

The film contains six original songs with music composed by Kurt Bestor.

  1. So the Count Can Dance/On Our Way (Felicia Sorensen with music and lyrics by Alan Zachary and Michael Weiner)
  2. When She Looks at Me (David Barrus with music and lyrics by Kurt Bestor)
  3. Come One, Come All (David Barrus with music and lyrics by Brett Raymond)
  4. In Your Arms (David Barrus and Felicia Sorensen with music and lyrics by David Kates and Craig Taubman)
  5. We Gotta Do Better Than That (with music and lyrics by Vaughn Johnson)

ReceptionEdit

The Scarecrow has an approval rating of 40% on Rotten Tomatoes, Want-To-See has a score of 33% and IMDB has a rating of 6.8 out of 10. Also, Entertainment Value has a rating of 5 out of 5.

GalleryEdit

TriviaEdit

  • This is the seventh and final Warner Bros. Family Entertainment animated film to have musical numbers, since Thumbelina, A Troll in Central Park, Cats Don't Dance, The Fearless Four, Quest for Camelot and The King and I.
    • This is the second and final Richard Rich's animated film to be distributed by Warner Bros. Pictures under the Warner Bros. Family Entertainment label, co-produced by Rich Animation Studios and associated by Nest Entertainment.
  • This film is unable to be released theatrically in the USA in 2000. It's only released on VHS in 2000. It's also unable to be released on DVD or Blu-ray. It's only premiered on Digital streaming in 2008 by Amazon Prime Video.

Differences between the short story and the filmEdit

Differences between the musical play and the filmEdit

External LinksEdit


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Other films: The Snow Queen | The Snow Queen's Revenge | The Mighty Kong | Batman & Mr. Freeze: SubZero | Wakko's Wish | Dexter's Laboratory: Ego Trip | Millionaire Dogs | The Scarecrow | Batman Beyond: Return of the Joker | Pokémon: Mewtwo Returns | The Little Polar Bear: Lars and the Little Tiger | The Little Polar Bear: The Dream of Flying | The Little Polar Bear: Nanouk's Rescue | Batman: Mystery of the Batwoman | ¡Mucha Lucha!: The Return of El Maléfico | The Little Polar Bear: A Visitor from the South Pole | Nine Dog Christmas | Kangaroo Jack: G'Day U.S.A.! | Laura's Christmas Star

Notable television shows
Tiny Toon Adventures | Taz-Mania | Batman: The Animated Series | The Plucky Duck Show | The Little Polar Bear | Animaniacs | Free Willy | Freakazoid! | Pinky and the Brain |

The Sylvester and Tweety Mysteries | Road Rovers | Superman: The Animated Series | Waynehead | The Legend of Calamity Jane | The New Batman Adventures | The New Batman/Superman Adventures | Histeria! | Pinky, Elmyra & the Brain | Batman Beyond | Detention | Static Shock | Justice League | The Zeta Project | Baby Looney Tunes | Laura's Star | ¡Mucha Lucha! | Ozzy & Drix | What's New, Scooby-Doo? | The Little Polar Bear | Duck Dodgers | Teen Titans | Xiaolin Showdown | The Batman | Justice League Unlimited | Coconut Fred's Fruit Salad Island | Johnny Test | Firehouse Tales | Krypto the Superdog | Loonatics Unleashed | Legion of Super Heroes | Shaggy & Scooby-Doo Get a Clue! | Tom and Jerry Tales


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1910s
1916: Robinson Crusoe

1918: My Four Years in Germany · Kaiser's Finish
1919: Open Your Eyes · Beware! · Speed

1920s
1920: The Tiger Band · The Lost City · Parted Curtains

1921: Miracles of the Jungle · School Days · Why Girls Leave Home · Ashamed of Parents
1922: Your Best Friend · Rags to Riches · A Dangerous Adventure · The Beautiful and Damned · Heroes of the Street
1923: Brass · The Tie That Binds · Little Church Around the Corner · Main Street · Where the North Begins · Little Johnny Jones · The Printer's Devil · The Gold Diggers · The Country Kid · Lucretia Lombard · Tiger Rose
1924: Conductor 1492 · George Washington Jr. · Daddies · The Marriage Circle · Beau Brummel · How to Educate a Wife · Broadway After Dark · Babbitt · Being Respectable · Her Marriage Vow · Cornered · Lover's Lane · The Tenth Woman · Find Your Man · Three Women · This Woman · The Age of Innocence · The Lover of Camille · The Dark Swan · The Lighthouse by the Sea · A Lost Lady
1925: The Bridge of Sighs · The Narrow Street · On Thin Ice · A Broadway Butterfly · Recompense · My Wife and I · The Man Without a Conscience · Eve's Lover · Tracked in the Snow Country · How Baxter Butted In · Kiss Me Again · The Woman Hater · The Limited Mail · The Wife Who Wasn't Wanted · His Majesty, Bunker Bean · Below the Line · The Man on the Box · Compromise · Bobbed Hair · Red Hot Tires · Seven Sinners · Satan in Sables · Rose of the World · The Clash of the Wolves · Three Weeks in Paris · Hogan's Alley · Pleasure Buyers · Lady Windermere's Fan
1926: The Fighting Edge · His Jazz Bride · The Sea Beast · The Man Upstairs · The Golden Cocoon · The Caveman · The Love Toy · Bride of the Storm · The Night Cry · Why Girls Go Back Home · The Little Irish Girl · Oh! What a Nurse! · The Gilded Highway · Other Women's Husbands · The Sap · Hell-Bent for Heaven · Silken Shackles · The Social Highwayman · Footloose Widows · The Passionate Quest · A Hero of the Big Snows · So This Is Paris · Don Juan · Broken Hearts of Hollywood · The Honeymoon Express · Millionaires · Across the Pacific · My Official Wife · The Better 'Ole · Private Izzy Murphy · While London Sleeps · The Third Degree
1927: Finger Prints · Wolf's Clothing · The Fortune Hunter · Don't Tell the Wife · Hills of Kentucky · The Gay Old Bird · White Flannels · What Every Girl Should Know · Matinee Ladies · Bitter Apples · The Brute · Tracked by the Police · The Climbers · Irish Hearts · The Missing Link · A Million Bid · Simple Sis · The Black Diamond Express · Dearie · What Happened to Father? · The Heart of Maryland · The Bush Leaguer · When a Man Loves · The Desired Woman · Slightly Used · Old San Francisco · Jaws of Steel · One-Round Hogan · The First Auto · A Sailor's Sweetheart · The Jazz Singer · Sailor Izzy Murphy · The College Widow · A Reno Divorce · A Dog of the Regiment · Good Time Charley · The Silver Slave · The Girl from Chicago · Ginsberg the Great · Brass Knuckles · If I Were Single · Ham and Eggs at the Front · Husbands for Rent
1928: Beware of Married Men · A Race for Life · The Little Snob · Across the Atlantic · Powder My Back · Tenderloin · Domestic Troubles · The Crimson City · Rinty of the Desert · Glorious Betsy · Pay as You Enter · The Lion And The Mouse · Five and Ten Cent Annie · Lights of New York · Women They Talk About · Caught in the Fog · State Street Sadie · The Midnight Taxi · The Terror · Night Watch · Waterfront · The Singing Fool · Show Girl · Do Your Duty · Land of the Silver Fox · Lilac Time · Beware of Bachelors · Noah's Ark · The Home Towners · The Haunted House · Outcast · On Trial · Adoration · The Little Wildcat · The Barker · My Man · Conquest · The Ware Case
1929: Synthetic Sin · Cheyenne · Scarlet Seas · Fancy Baggage · Seven Footprints to Satan · Stark Mad · His Captive Woman · The Greyhound Limited · The Million Dollar Collar · Weary River · The Redeeming Sin · The Lawless Legion · The Royal Rider · Stolen Kisses · Why Be Good? · Children of the Ritz · Saturday's Children · One Stolen Night · Kid Gloves · Queen of the Night Clubs · Love and the Devil · Hardboiled Rose · The Divine Lady · No Defense · The Desert Song · Sonny Boy · Frozen River · From Headquarters · House of Horror · Glad Rag Doll · Hot Stuff · The Squall · Two Weeks Off · Prisoners · The Flying Scotsman · Careers · Madonna of Avenue A · The Girl in the Glass Cage · The Gamblers · Broadway Babies · The Man and the Moment · The Time, The Place And The Girl · On with the Show · Twin Beds · Drag · Smiling Irish Eyes · Hard to Get · The Hottentot · Dark Streets · The Argyle Case · Say It with Songs · Her Private Life · Gold Diggers of Broadway · Honky Tonk · In the Headlines · Fast Life · Skin Deep · Hearts in Exile · The Careless Age · The Great Divide · A Most Immoral Lady · The Isle of Lost Ships · So Long Letty · Is Everybody Happy? · Young Nowheres · The Girl from Woolworth's · Disraeli · Paris · Footlights and Fools · The Sap · The Forward Pass · Little Johnny Jones · The Sacred Flame · The Painted Angel · Evidence · The Love Racket · The Aviator · Tiger Rose · The Show of Shows · Wedding Rings

1930s
1931: The Maltese Falcon

1935: Captain Blood
1938: Angels with Dirty Faces · The Adventures of Robin Hood
1939: Dark Victory

1940s
1941: The Maltese Falcon

1942: The Man Who Came to Dinner · Yankee Doodle Dandy · Casablanca
1944: Arsenic and Old Lace · To Have and Have Not
1946: The Big Sleep
1947: Dark Passage
1948: The Treasure of the Sierra Madre · Key Largo
1949: White Heat · The Fountainhead

1950s
1951: A Streetcar Named Desire

1955: Rebel Without a Cause

1960s
1964: My Fair Lady
1970s
1974: Blazing Saddles

1977: The Late Show · Brothers · Viva Knievel! · Exorcist II: The Heretic · One on One · Greased Lightning · Outlaw Blues · Bobby Deerfield · Oh, God! · A Piece of the Action · Starship Invasions · The Pack · The Goodbye Girl · The Gauntlet

1980s
1990s
2000s
2010s
2020s
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Aloha, Scooby-Doo! | Baby Looney Tunes' Eggs-traordinary Adventure | Bah, Humduck! A Looney Tunes Christmas | Batman Unlimited: Mechs vs. Mutants | Batman vs. Two-Face | Batman: Gotham Knight | Big Top Scooby-Doo! | Chill Out, Scooby-Doo! | DC Super Hero Girls: Hero of the Year | DC Super Hero Girls: Intergalactic Games | DC Super Hero Girls: Legends of Atlantis | The Flintstones & WWE: Stone Age SmackDown! | The Jetsons & WWE: Robo-WrestleMania! | Lego DC Comics Super Heroes: Justice League – Attack of the Legion of Doom | Lego DC Super Hero Girls: Brain Drain | Lego DC Super Hero Girls: Super-Villain High | Lego Scooby-Doo! Blowout Beach Bash | Lego Scooby-Doo! Haunted Hollywood | Looney Tunes: Rabbits Run | Scooby-Doo and the Alien Invaders | Scooby-Doo and the Cyber Chase | Scooby-Doo on Zombie Island | Scooby-Doo! & Batman: The Brave and the Bold | Scooby-Doo! Abracadabra-Doo | Scooby-Doo! Adventures: The Mystery Map | Scooby-Doo! and Kiss: Rock and Roll Mystery | Scooby-Doo! and the Beach Beastie | Scooby-Doo! and the Goblin King | Scooby-Doo! and the Gourmet Ghost | Scooby-Doo! and the Legend of the Vampire | Scooby-Doo! and the Loch Ness Monster | Scooby-Doo! and the Monster of Mexico | Scooby-Doo! and the Samurai Sword | Scooby-Doo! and the Spooky Scarecrow | Scooby-Doo! and the Witch's Ghost | Scooby-Doo! and WWE: Curse of the Speed Demon | Scooby-Doo! Camp Scare | Scooby-Doo! Frankencreepy | Scooby-Doo! Ghastly Goals | Scooby-Doo! Haunted Holidays | Scooby-Doo! in Where's My Mummy? | Scooby-Doo! Mask of the Blue Falcon | Scooby-Doo! Mecha Mutt Menace | Scooby-Doo! Moon Monster Madness | Scooby-Doo! Music of the Vampire | Scooby-Doo! Pirates Ahoy! | Scooby-Doo! Shaggy's Showdown | Scooby-Doo! Spooky Games | Scooby-Doo! Stage Fright | Scooby-Doo! WrestleMania Mystery | Tiny Toon Adventures: How I Spent My Vacation | Tom and Jerry and the Wizard of Oz | Tom and Jerry Meet Sherlock Holmes | Tom and Jerry: A Nutcracker Tale | Tom and Jerry: Back to Oz | Tom and Jerry: Blast Off to Mars | Tom and Jerry: Robin Hood and His Merry Mouse | Tom and Jerry: Santa's Little Helpers | Tom and Jerry: Shiver Me Whiskers | Tom and Jerry: Spy Quest | Tom and Jerry: The Fast and the Furry | Tom and Jerry: The Lost Dragon | Tom and Jerry: The Magic Ring | Tom and Jerry: Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory | Tom and Jerry's Giant Adventure | Tweety's High-Flying Adventure | Wakko's Wish
Live-action films
Ace Ventura Jr.: Pet Detective | Addams Family Reunion | Alex & Me | Another Cinderella Story | Bam Margera Presents: Where the ♯$&% Is Santa? | Richie Rich's Christmas Wish | Billboard Dad | A Christmas Story 2 | A Cinderella Story: If the Shoe Fits | A Cinderella Story: Once Upon a Song | The Clique | Daphne & Velma | Deep Blue Sea 2 | A Dennis the Menace Christmas | Dennis the Menace Strikes Again | The Dukes of Hazzard: The Beginning | Free Willy: Escape from Pirate's Cove | Get Smart's Bruce and Lloyd: Out of Control | Getting There | Holiday in the Sun | House Party: Tonight's the Night | Lost Boys: The Thirst | Lost Boys: The Tribe | Mr. Troop Mom | Our Lips Are Sealed | Passport to Paris | Pure Country: Pure Heart | Return to House on Haunted Hill | Scooby-Doo! Curse of the Lake Monster | Scooby-Doo! The Mystery Begins | Spring Breakdown | Switching Goals | Winning London
Other Animated films
Grandma Got Run Over by a Reindeer | The Scarecrow | The Mighty Kong | Halo Legends | Timeless Tales from Hallmark
Animated shorts
DC Showcase: Catwoman | Chase Me | The Whizzard of Ow | Museum Scream | Hare and Loathing in Las Vegas | Attack of the Drones | Cock-A-Doodle Duel | My Generation G...G... Gap | Daffy Duck for President | Tales of the Black Freighter | DC Showcase: The Spectre | DC Showcase: Jonah Hex | DC Showcase: Green Arrow | Superman/Shazam!: The Return of Black Adam | The Joker's Playhouse | Enter the Ninjago | Nightwing and Robin | Pigeon Toady’s Guide to Your New Baby | Dark Hoser | Batman is Just Not That Into You | Cooking with Alfred | Movie Sound Effects: How Do They Do That? | Shark E. Shark in "Which Way to the Ocean?" | Zane's Stand Up Promo
Batman Unlimited Film Series
Batman Unlimited | Batman Unlimited: Animal Instincts | Batman Unlimited: Mechs vs. Mutants | Batman Unlimited: Monster Mayhem
Direct-to-video animated films based on DC Comics
Batman & Mr. Freeze: SubZero | Batman Beyond: Return of the Joker | The Batman vs. Dracula | Batman vs. Two-Face | Batman: Gotham Knight | Batman: Mystery of the Batwoman | Chase Me | DC Super Hero Girls: Hero of the Year | DC Super Hero Girls: Intergalactic Games | DC Super Hero Girls: Legends of Atlantis | JLA Adventures: Trapped in Time | Lego Batman: The Movie – DC Super Heroes Unite | Lego DC Comics Super Heroes: Justice League vs. Bizarro League | Lego DC Comics Super Heroes: Aquaman: Rage of Atlantis | Lego DC Comics Super Heroes: The Flash | Lego DC Comics Super Heroes: Justice League – Attack of the Legion of Doom | Lego DC Comics Super Heroes: Justice League – Cosmic Clash | Lego DC Comics Super Heroes: Justice League – Gotham City Breakout | Lego DC Comics: Batman Be-Leaguered | Lego DC Super Hero Girls: Brain Drain | Lego DC Super Hero Girls: Super-Villain High | Superman: Brainiac Attacks
DC Universe Animated Original Movies
All-Star Superman | Batman and Harley Quinn | Batman: Assault on Arkham | Batman: Gotham by Gaslight | Batman: Gotham Knight | Batman: The Dark Knight Returns | Batman: The Killing Joke | Batman: Under the Red Hood | Batman: Year One | Green Lantern: Emerald Knights | Green Lantern: First Flight | Justice League: Crisis on Two Earths | Justice League: Doom | Justice League: Gods and Monsters | Justice League: The Flashpoint Paradox | Justice League: The New Frontier | Superman/Batman: Apocalypse | Superman/Batman: Public Enemies | Superman vs. The Elite | Superman: Doomsday | Superman: Unbound | Wonder Woman
DC Animated Movie Universe‎
Batman vs. Robin | Batman: Bad Blood | Constantine: City of Demons | The Death of Superman | Justice League Dark | Justice League vs. Teen Titans | Justice League: The Flashpoint Paradox | Justice League: Throne of Atlantis | Justice League: War | Son of Batman | Suicide Squad: Hell to Pay | Teen Titans: The Judas Contract
DC Showcase‎
DC Showcase: Catwoman | DC Showcase: Green Arrow | DC Showcase: Jonah Hex | DC Showcase: The Spectre | Superman/Shazam!: The Return of Black Adam
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