List of All Movies Released in 1962

List of all movies released in 1962, with film trailers when available. These movies of 1962 are listed alphabetically, but if you're looking for a particular film, you can search for it by using the Filter option below. This list includes some of the best movies of 1962, but since it's a list of all 1962 films there are also some bad movies on here as well. Additional information is also available for these 1962 movies, such as their directors, actors and taglines.

This list is made up of many different movies, including Lawrence of Arabia and How the West Was Won.

If you're wondering, "What movies came out in 1962?" or "What are the best 1962 films?" then this list will answer your questions.

This is a comprehensive list of movies that premiered in 1962, so the films you see here range from smaller indie pictures to giant blockbusters. If you're a big cinema buff, this list is a great way to find some more obscure films that you may not already know. {#nodes}
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  • 13 West Street

    13 West Street

    Rod Steiger, Alan Ladd, Jeanne Cooper
    • Released: 1962
    • Directed by: Philip Leacock
    13 West Street is a 1962 film drama starring Alan Ladd.
  • 3 Gentlemen from Tokyo

    3 Gentlemen from Tokyo

    3 Gentlemen from Tokyo is a 1962 comedy film directed by Toshio Sugie.
  • 40 Pounds of Trouble
    Tony Curtis, Suzanne Pleshette, Larry Storch
    • Released: 1962
    • Directed by: Norman Jewison
    40 Pounds of Trouble is a 1962 film directed by Norman Jewison that marks his directorial debut. The film was shot on location at Disneyland and Lake Tahoe. It is a retelling of Damon Runyon's story ...more
  • 5 marines per 100 ragazze
    Virna Lisi, Raffaella Carrà, Mario Carotenuto
    • Released: 1961
    • Directed by: Mario Mattoli
    5 marines per 100 ragazze is a 1962 Italian comedy film directed by Mario Mattoli and starring Virna Lisi.
  • A Bagful of Fleas

    A Bagful of Fleas

    A Bagful of Fleas is a 1962 short documentary film written and directed by Vera Chytilová.
  • "In this etude the director illustrates the vanity of a certain type of speaker and the effect their never-ending addresses have on their audience. Pojar applies modern caricature graphics to a ...more