1940s

January 1, 1940 – Remember The Night

January 4, 1940 – Music In My Heart

February 9, 1940 – Broadway Melody of 1940

March 22, 1940 – Road To Singapore

June 7, 1940 – The Ghost Breakers

August 2, 1940 – Lucky Partners

August 10, 1940 – The Sea Hawk

September 27, 1940 – Strike Up The Band

October 30, 1940 – One Night In The Tropics

November 1, 1940 – The Mark Of Zorro

November 15, 1940 – The Letter

November 22, 1940 – Little Nellie Kelly

December 5, 1940 – The Philadelphia Story

December 27, 1940 – Kitty Foyle

January 31, 1941 – Buck Privates

March 21, 1941 – The Sea Wolf

April 11, 1941 – Road To Zanzibar

May 30, 1941 – In The Navy

June 13, 1941 – Tom, Dick And Harry

July 2, 1941 – Sergeant York

August 7, 1941 – Here Comes Mr. Jordan

August 7, 1941 – Hold That Ghost

October 3, 1941 – The Maltese Falcon

October 10, 1941 – Never Give A Sucker An Even Break

November 19, 1941 – Keep ‘Em Flying

January 1, 1942 – The Man Who Came To Dinner

February 13, 1942 – Ride ‘Em Cowboy

February 20, 1942 – Roxie Hart

March 11, 1942 (date borrowed from Wikipedia) – Rio Rita

May 29, 1942 – Miss Annie Rooney

August 4, 1942 – Holiday Inn

August 7, 1942 – Pardon My Sarong

September 16, 1942 – The Major And The Minor

October 21, 1942 – For Me And My Gal

October 22, 1942 – Now, Voyager

October 30, 1942 – I Married A Witch

November 2, 1942 – Once Upon A Honeymoon

November 6, 1942 – Who Done It?

November 10, 1942 – Road To Morocco

March 10, 1943 – It Ain’t Hay

June 2, 1943 – Hit The Ice

July 13, 1943 – The Sky’s The Limit

September 25, 1943 – Thank Your Lucky Stars

November 26, 1943 – Girl Crazy

May 3, 1944 – Going My Way

May 4, 1944 – Gaslight

August 16, 1944 – In Society

August 23, 1944 – Casanova Brown

November 8, 1944 – Lost In A Harem

November 22, 1944 – Meet Me In St. Louis

December 14, 1944 – Murder, My Sweet

December 1944 (Haven’t been able to find exact date yet) – I’ll Be Seeing You

February 2, 1945 – Here Come The Co-Eds

March 22, 1945 – Without Love

June 20, 1945 – The Naughty Nineties

June 23, 1945 – Murder, He Says

July 19, 1945 – Along Came Jones

July 19, 1945 – Anchors Aweigh

October 5, 1945 – Abbott And Costello In Hollywood

November 16, 1945 – Detour

December 6, 1945 – The Bells Of St. Mary’s

February 20, 1946 – Tomorrow Is Forever

February 22, 1946 – Little Giant

February 27, 1946 – Road To Utopia

April 16, 1946 – The Blue Dahlia

August 13, 1946 – The Time Of Their Lives

August 15, 1946 – Notorious

October 16, 1946 – Blue Skies

December 8, 1946 – Magnificent Doll

April 4, 1947 – Buck Privates Come Home

April 21, 1947 – Out Of The Blue

June 4, 1947 – Miracle On 34th Street

September 5, 1947 – Dark Passage

October 8, 1947 – The Wistful Widow Of Wagon Gap

November 25, 1947 – Out Of The Past

December 25, 1947 – Road To Rio

December 25, 1947 – T-Men

April 5, 1948 – The Noose Hangs High

May 21, 1948 – Raw Deal

June 11, 1948 – The Pirate

June 15, 1948 – Abbott And Costello Meet Frankenstein

June 25, 1948 – Romance On The High Seas

June 30, 1948 – Easter Parade

July 2, 1948 – The Emperor Waltz

November 24, 1948 – He Walked By Night

December 24, 1948 – The Paleface

December 27, 1948 (date borrowed from Wikipedia) – Mexican Hayride

March 9, 1949 – Take Me Out To The Ball Game

April 22, 1949 – A Connecticut Yankee In King Arthur’s Court

May 4, 1949 – Africa Screams

August 22, 1949 – Abbott And Costello Meet The Killer, Boris Karloff

November 3, 1949 – They Live By Night

December 8, 1949 – On The Town