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List Of Disney Theatrical Feature Films - 1980s
4, 1983 Distributor only life of Billy Mills Return to Oz June 21, 1985 Silver Screen Partners II Oz books by L ... Baum The Black Cauldron July 24, 1985 Silver Screen Partners II and Walt Disney Feature Animation The Chronicles of Prydain by Lloyd Alexander The Journey of Natty Gann September 27 ...
List Of Touchstone Pictures Films - 1980s
... Norton co-production with Silver Screen Partners II $14,972,297 My Science Project August 9, 1985 Sci-Fi comedy Jonathan R ... Betuel co-production with Silver Screen Partners $4,122,748 Down and Out in Beverly Hills January 31, 1986 Comedy Paul Mazursky co-production with Silver Screen Partners II $14 million $91,411 ... Cherry III co-production with Silver Screen Partners III and Emshell Producers $3,000,000 $23,509,382 Adventures in Babysitting July 1, 1987 Adventure comedy Chris Columbus co-production with ...

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