In lieu of explaining who owns what movies in threads over and over again, why not have a sticky thread that people can use for reference? You can add information in replies and it'll be added to this main thread. How about it? ORIGINAL STUDIOS: 20th Century Fox - Almost entirely still in ownership, unless it's lost (like Four Devils). - Some titles licensed to Criterion. - Some titles licensed to Anchor Bay. American International Pictures - Part of Orion Pictures catalog, which is handled by MGM Home Entertainment. - Soon to be controlled by Sony/Columbia - pre-1959 films owned by Arkoff/Nicholson Estates (distributed by Sony/Columbia) ABC Pictures - Part of Disney/Buena Vista. - Some titles licensed to Anchor Bay (all now OOP) - Some titles licensed to Criterion (all now OOP) - Some titles licensed to MGM Home Entertainment - Package includes most Selznick International Pictures films. Buena Vista/Walt Disney - All owned by Buena Vista/Walt Disney Pictures. - This includes Buena Vista, Walt Disney, Touchstone, and Hollywood Pictures films - Some titles licensed to Anchor Bay (now OOP) - Some titles licensed to Criterion Universal Pictures - They own most of their original films - Some titles licensed to Criterion - Some titles licensed to Kino On Video - Some titles licensed to Anchor Bay - Some titles licensed to Image Entertainment (all OOP) - Also own all sound pre-1948 Paramount Pictures films, with exceptions. - Also distribute/own five Paramount Alfred Hitchcock films (Rear Window, The Trouble With Harry, The Man Who Knew Too Much '56, Vertigo, and Psycho) as well as one Warner Bros. film by the same director (Rope). - Distributed Lion's Gate Films (now OOP) Warner Bros. Pictures - Owns nearly all Warner Bros. Films - Controls the following: - Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer films (pre-1986) - Allied Artists - RKO Radio Pictures - Paramount's 1933-1957 Popeye cartoons - Distributes Saul Zaentz Company/Fantasy Films titles. Paramount Pictures - Controls nearly all post-1948 films - Distributes CBS Films titles, with exceptions (like My Fair Lady). - Licensed Spelling Films/Republic Pictures/Worldvision/etc library to Artisan Entertainment (now Lion's Gate Home Entertainment). License to end in 2005, reverting distribution to Paramount. United Artists - Most post-1950 films controlled by MGM Home Entertainment. - Many of the pre-1960's films controlled by Republic. - They originally distributed many Disney, Samuel Goldwyn, and other independent films now controlled by other studios. - Once owned pre-1948 Warner Bros. films. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer - All pre-1986 films controlled by Turner Entertainment Co., which is owned by Warner Bros. - Still own post-1986 films. - Controls Orion Pictures - Controls American International - Controls most United Artists films - Controls most Embassy/Avco Embassy films - Controls most Nelson Entertainment films - Distributes most Samuel Goldwyn films - Distributes some London Films, Rank, Carlton, and Studio Canal films - Controls some Castle Rock films (City Slickers and Needful Things, for example) Feel free to contribute more.