CANNON ALTERED PROJECTS

TITLE ANNOUNCED/RELEASED NOTES
  • African Adventure
  • 1986; see "My African Adventure"
  • Allan Quatermain and the Lost City of Gold
  • 1987 Sequel to "King Salomon's Mine" (1985); Alternate director: Joseph Goldman; Uncredited director: Newt Arnold
  • America's Red Army: Delta Force II
  • 1988; see "Delta Force 2: Operation Stranglehold"
  • American Ninja
  • 1984; 1985 Alternate star: Chuck Norris; Alternate writers: James Silke, James Bruner, Norris; Alternate director: Joseph Zito
  • Au Pair Girls
  • 1984; see "Give a Girl a Break"
  • Barbarians, The
  • 198? Alternate director: Slobodan Sijan
  • Ben Bonzo and Big Bad Joe
  • 1985-86; see "My African Adventure"
  • Ben Bonzo Mo and Big Bad Joe
  • 1986; see "My African Adventure"
  • Body & Soul
  • 1980; 1981 Remake of 1947 film; Alternate director: Jamaa Fanaka
  • Bolero
  • 1982-83; 1984 Alternate writer: Leslie Stevens
  • Braddock: Missing in Action III
  • 1986-87; 1988 Sequel to "Missing in Action" (1984), "Missing in Action II: The Beginning" (1985); Alternate writers: Aaron Norris, Menahem Golan; Alternate directors: Joseph Zito, Menahem Golan, Joel Silberg; Uncredited directors: Jack Smight, Boaz Davidson
  • Breakin'
  • 1983; 1984 Alternate directors: Jeffrey Hornaday, David Wheeler
  • Captain America
  • 1984-87; project re-activated in 1989-90 by 21st Century; 1992 Based on Marvel Comics character; Alternate writer: James Silke; Alternate directors: Michael Winner, John Stockwell
  • Cold To The Touch
  • 1991-92; 1993 as "Hellbound" Alternate producer: Mike Emery
  • Cyborg
  • 1988; 1989 Alternate writer: Steven Nick Rostov
  • Death Sentence
  • 1980; see "Death Wish II"; title reactivated in 1987 Starring Michael Dudikoff (1987)
  • Death Wish II
  • 1981; 1982 Based on novel "Death Sentence" by Brian Garfield; Sequel to "Death Wish" (1974); Alternate writers: Michael Winner, Hal Landers, Menahem Golan; Alternate director: Golan
  • Death Wish 3
  • 1984; 1985 Sequel to "Death Wish" (1974), "Death Wish II" (1982); Alternate star: Chuck Norris, Lee Marvin; Alternate writer: Don Jakoby (used pseudonym "Michael Edmonds")
  • Delta Force II
  • 1986-87 see "Delta Force 2: Operation Stranglehold"
  • Delta Force II: Operation Crackdown
  • 1988; see "Delta Force 2: Operation Stranglehold"
  • Delta Force 2: Operation Stranglehold
  • 1990 Sequel to "The Delta Force" (1986); Alternate co-stars: Lee Marvin, Michael Dudikoff, Steve James; Alternate writers: James Bruner, Menaham Golan, George Goldsmith, David Walker, Max Bloom; Alternate producer: Harry Alan Towers; Alternate directors: Michael Winner, Albert Pyun
  • Duet for One
  • 1982-85; 1986 Based on play by Tom Kempinski; Alternate star: Faye Dunaway; Alternate writers: Kempinski, Rusty Lemorande; Alternate director: Terry O'Neill
  • Enter the Ninja
  • 1980; 1981 Alternate star: Mike Stone; Alternate writer: Stephen Hayes; Alternate producer: James T. Aubrey; Alternate director: Boaz Davidson
  • Give a Girl A Break
  • 1985; 1986 as "Dutch Treat" Alternate writer: Stuart Schoffman; Alternate director: Joel Silberg
  • Great Wind Cometh, A
  • 1983; see "Hanna's War"
  • Hanna Senesh
  • 1986; see "Hanna's War"
  • Hanna's War
  • 1987; 1988 Alternate stars: Liza Minnelli, Helena Bonham Carter, Anne Bancroft; Alternate writers: Joseph Goldman, A. Martin Zweiback; Alternate director: Peter Medak
  • Haunted Summer
  • 1986-87; 1988 Based on novel by Anne Edwards; Alternate director: John Huston
  • Hell Squad
  • 1983-84; 1985 Alternate writer: Don Glutt
  • Hercules
  • 1982; 1983 Alternate co-star: Mary Stavin; Alternate writer: Claudio Fragasso; Alternate director: Bruno Mattei
  • Hitman, The
  • 1991 Alternate writer: Don Carmody
  • Hot Cruise
  • 1983; 1985 as "Hot Resort" Alternate stars: Sylvia Kristel, "The cast from The Last American Virgin"; Alternate director: Boaz Davidson
  • I Am Your Nightmare
  • 1992; 1993 as "Tobe Hooper's Night Terrors" Alternate director: Ken Russell
  • Inside Out
  • 1991-92; 1993 as "Over the Line" aka "Out of Control" Alternate writer: Charles Leinen Weber; Alternate director: Gordon Hessler
  • Journey to the Center of the Earth
  • 1986-87; 1989 Based on novel by Jules Verne; Alternate writers: Judith and Sandra Berg
  • King Solomon's Mines
  • 1983-84; 1985 Based on novel by H. Rider Haggard; Alternate co-star: Telly Savalas; Alternate director: Tobe Hooper
  • Lady Chatterley's Lover
  • 1980; 1981 Based on novel by D.H. Lawrence; Alternate writer: Joseph Goldman
  • Lightning: The White Stallion
  • 1983-85; 1986 Alternate stars: Ernest Borgnine, Jennifer Inch; Alternate directors: Eric Till, Claude Fournier
  • Mata Hari
  • 1982-84; 1985 Alternate writer: James Silke; Alternate director: Armando Nannuzzi
  • Messenger of Death
  • 1987; 1988 Based on novel "Avenging Angels" by Rex Burns; Alternate writer: Michael Alan Kanter
  • Monkey Business
  • 1982; see "My African Adventure"
  • Mummy Lives, The
  • 1992; 1993 Alternate stars: Anthony Perkins, Amanda Donohoe, Oliver Reed; Alternate director: Ken Russell
  • My African Adventure
  • 1987 as "Going Bananas" Based on novels by Tamar Borenstein; Alternate Stars: Bud Spencer, "Clyde", Wilt Chamberlain
  • Nana
  • 1981-82; 1983 Based on novel by Emile Zola; Alternate writer: Claude D'Anna; Alternate directors: Irina Ionesco, D'Anna
  • Night Hunter
  • 1985; 1986 as "Avenging Force" Alternate star: Chuck Norris
  • Number One with a Bullet
  • 1984-86; 1987 Alternate star: James Belushi; Alternate director: William Sachs
  • Ooh What a Zexy Summer
  • 1984; 1985 as "Hot Chili" Alternate writer: Menahem Golan
  • Prison Heat
  • 1991-92; 1993 Alternate writer: Alex Hamilton; Alternate producer: Terry Bradford
  • Quatermain
  • 1988; see "Allan Quatermain and the Lost City of Gold"
  • Revenge of the Ninja
  • 1981-82; 1983 Sequel to "Enter the Ninja" (1981); Alternate co-star: Stephen Hayes; Alternate writer: David West; Alternate director: Menahem Golan
  • River of Death
  • 1985-88; 1989 Based on novel by Alistair MacLean; Alternate stars: Christopher Walken, Robert Ginty; Alternate writers: Stanley Mann, John Steppling; Alternate directors: J. Lee Thompson, Peter Medak
  • Runaway Train
  • 198? Alternate stars: Dustin Hoffman, Gene Hackman, Robert De Niro, Al Pacino
  • Sahara
  • 1982; 1983 Alternate writer: Leslie Stevens; Alternate directors: Menahem Golan, Guy Hamilton
  • Sinbad of the Seven Seas
  • 1983, 1986-88; 1989 Originally a 3-D project; Alternate director: Luigi Cozzi; Uncredited directors: Luigi Cozzi, Tim Kincaid; Alternate FX: Sergio Stivaletti
  • Space Intruders
  • 1981; see "Space Vampires"
  • Space Vampires
  • 1979-81, 1983-84; 1985 as "Lifeforce" Based on novel by Colin Wilson; Alternate co-star: Klaus Kinski, John Gielgud, Olivia Hussey, George Peppard; Alternate writers: Gerry Cowan, Olaf Pooley; Luigi Cozzi; Alternate director: Luigi Cozzi, Zoran Perisic, Ferdinando Baldi (in 3-D), Michael Winner; Alternate effects: Zoptic, Inc.
  • Spitfire: Delta Force II
  • 1987-88; see "Delta Force 2: Operation Stranglehold"
  • Wicked Lady
  • 198? Alternate star: Caroline Munro
  • X-Ray
  • 1980-81; 1982 as "Hospital Massacre" Alternate star: Jill St. John; Alternate director: Emmett Alston

     

     

    CANNON UNPRODUCED PROJECTS

    TITLE ANNOUNCED/PRODUCED NOTES
  • 40 Days of Musa Dagh, The
  • 1979; produced in 1982 by John Kurkjian
  • Ali Baba
  • 1987; not produced
  • Alienators
  • 1991; not produced Written by Dick Morgan, Tom Swale; Produced by Ovidio Assonitis; Directed by Robert Brauer
  • American Buffalo
  • 1986; produced in 1996 by Samuel Goldwyn w/Dustin Hoffman, Dennis Franz Based on play by David Mamet; Alternate star: Al Pacino
  • American Ninja
  • 1986; not produced TV Series; Directed by Philippe Blot
  • American Ninja VI
  • 1994; not produced Produced by Christopher Pearce
  • An Instant in the Wind
  • 1987; not produced Directed by Fons Rademakers
  • Ants of God
  • 1991, 1993; not produced Starring Lindsay Wagner; Produced by Lawrence Mortoff; Directed by Graham Clifford
  • Arabian Nights
  • 1986; not produced Starring Rockne Tarkington
  • Army Brats
  • 1985, 1987; not produced Written by Robert Kaufman, Barry Marder; Directed by Kaufman, Boaz Davidson
  • Arrivederci Jerusalem
  • 1985; not produced
  • Balumba
  • 1983; not produced Starring Giancarlo Giannini
  • Battle of the Sexes
  • 1984; not produced Game show
  • Black Cat Run
  • 1991-93; produced in 1998 by HBO w/Patrick Muldoon, Peter Greene, Amelia Heinle Alternate producers: Jere Henshaw, David Smitas, Russ Chesley
  • Black Pirate, The
  • 1984; not produced Starring Ken Norton; Directed by Luigi Cozzi
  • Bon Appetit
  • 1980-81; not produced Starring Anthony Quinn, Melanie Mayron; Written by Tamar Hoffs, Devin Goldenberg, Catlin Adams, Mayron; Directed by Menahem Golan, Adams
  • Born Yesterday
  • 1986; produced in 1993 by Hollywood Pictures w/Don Johnson, Melanie Griffith, John Goodman Based on play by Garson Kanin; Alternate stars: Walter Matthau, Whoopi Goldberg, Bernadette Peters
  • Breakin' 3
  • 1984; not produced Sequel to "Breakin'" (1984), "Breakin' 2: Electric Boogaloo" (1984)
  • Cadets
  • 1981; not produced Written by Harvey Brenner, Boaz Davidson, Dan Gordon; Directed by Davidson
  • Cage aux Folles, La
  • 1986; produced in 1996 by MGM as "The Birdcage" w/Robin Williams, Gene Hackman, Nathan Lane Remake of 1978 French film; Alternate star: Frank Sinatra
  • Call Me By My Right Name
  • 1986; not produced TV movie
  • Cannonball Run 3
  • 1986; produced in 1989 by Orion as "Speed Zone" Sequel to "The Cannonball Run" (1981), "Cannonball Run 2" (1984)
  • Celebrity Rodeo
  • 1983; not produced TV special
  • Chicago Loop
  • 1991-93; not produced Based on novel by Paul Theroux; Starring James Spader, Theresa Russell; Written by Theroux, Nicolas Roeg; Produced by Don Carmody, Harry Alan Towers, Christopher Pearce; Directed by Roeg
  • Cinderella
  • 1986; not produced Based on story by Charles Perrault
  • Citizen Joe
  • 1985-86; not produced Sequel to "Joe" (1970); Starring Peter Boyle; Written by Leslie Stevens, Boyle; Directed by Daniel Attias
  • Cobra Part II
  • 1987; not produced Sequel to "Cobra" (1986); Starring Sylvester Stallone; Directed by Sylvester Stallone
  • Corsican Brothers, The
  • 1985-86; produced in 1991 by Vision International/Stone Group as "Double Impact" Based on novel by Alexandre Dumas; Starring Jean-Claude Van Damme; Directed by Sheldon Lettich
  • Crack
  • 1987; not produced Starring John Travolta, Rebecca De Mornay; Written by Arnold Schulman; Produced by Jonathan Krane, Bill Wilson; Directed by Stan Dragoti
  • Crazy Times
  • 1981; not produced Written by Dan Gordon, Boaz Davidson; Directed by Davidson
  • Crime and Punishment
  • 1986; project reactivated in 1992 by 21st Century; produced in 2002 by New Cannon Inc. Based on novel by Fyodor Dostoyevsky; Alternate director: Sergei Bondarchuk
  • Cyborg 2
  • 1991; produced in 1993 by Trimark w/Elias Koteas, Angelina Jolie, Jack Palance Sequel to "Cyborg" (1989); Alternate director: Mark DiSalle
  • Dayan (Moshe)
  • 1984; produced in 1995 by Harrison Engle as "Moshe Dayan: A Warrior's Story" Miniseries written by Millard Lampell
  • Dead Heat
  • 1987; not produced Starring Linda Evans; Written/Directed by Steven Sohmer
  • Deadly Dozen, The
  • 1990; see "Delta Force IV: The Deadly Dozen"
  • Death Wish 6: The New Vigilante
  • 1994; not produced Sequel to "Death Wish" (1974), "Death Wish II" (1982), "Death Wish 3" (1985), "Death Wish 4: The Crackdown" (1987), "Death Wish V: The Face of Death" (1993); Produced by Menahem Golan, Allan Goldstein
  • Delta Force IV: The Deadly Dozen
  • 1993; not produced Directed by Aaron Norris
  • Delta Force, The
  • 1986; not produced TV series
  • Doctor in Trouble
  • 1985; not produced
  • Dorothy Dandridge Story, The
  • 1980; produced in 1999 by HBO as "Introducing Dorothy Dandridge" w/Halle Berry Starring Jayne Kennedy; Produced by James T. Aubrey, Leon Isaac Kennedy; Directed by Michael Schultz
  • Double Cop
  • 1990; not produced
  • Eagle, The
  • 1986; not produced Directed by Timna Ranon
  • El Dorado
  • 1980; not produced
  • Endurance
  • 1986; not produced Directed by John Frankenheimer
  • Escape
  • 1984; not produced Starring Tony Zarindast, Melinda Naud, Tom McCleod, Rita Gardner; Produced/Directed by Zarindast
  • Escape from Beyond
  • 1983; not produced Starring Reb Brown, Richard Lynch; Written by Tony Anthony, Wayne Carter, Geoffrey Copleston, Jonathan Weisgal; Produced by Anthony; Directed by Ferdinando Baldi; in "Wondervision 3-D"
  • Falklands: 100 Days
  • 1987; not produced Written by Stuart Urban, Richard Hill; Directed by Urban
  • Force of Steel
  • 1988; project re-activated in 1990 by 21st Century Starring Rolf Muller; Written by Alan McElroy; Directed by Charles Kaufman
  • Forever Natacha (?)
  • ????; not produced Written by Joseph Goldman and Rafael Hemovit
  • Freebie and the Bean II
  • 1986; not produced Sequel to "Freebie and the Bean" (1974); Directed by Gene Quintano
  • Godzilla vs. Cleveland
  • 1985; see "It Ate Cleveland"
  • Golem, The
  • 1987-89; not produced Starring Charles Bronson; Written by Michael Alan Kanter; Produced by Pancho Kohner
  • Great Getty, The: The Richest Man in the World
  • 1986; not produced TV miniseres
  • Guardian Angels
  • 1986-88; not produced Written by Dennis MacIntyre; Produced/Directed by John G. Avildsen
  • Gulliver's Travels
  • 1986; not produced Based on novel by Jonathan Swift
  • Gunga Din
  • 1981-82; project reactivated in 2000 by Golan as animated feature; project reactivated in 200? by New Cannon Inc. Based on story by Rudyard Kipling; Starring Sean Connery, Roger Moore, Michael Caine, Ben Kingsley; Written by Joseph Goldman, James Silke
  • Guts and Glory
  • 1990; produced in 1992 by MPCA as "Double Trouble" w/Barbarian Brothers
  • Harvest of Fear
  • 1980; not produced Written by Oscar Williams; Produced/Directed by Michael Schultz
  • Heidi
  • 1986; not produced Based on novel by Johanna Spyri
  • Hercules 3
  • 1983-84; not produced Starring Lou Ferrigno; Directed by Luigi Cozzi
  • High Times
  • 1981; not produced Written by Dan Gordon, Boaz Davidson; Directed by Davidson
  • Holiday Season (?)
  • ????; not produced Written by Lou Spirito and Gary Horn
  • Home Run
  • 1983; not produced
  • Home Together
  • 1991; not produced Starring Zach Galligan, Pam Segall; Written by Marco Fiorini; Produced by Ovidio Assonitis; Directed by John Robins
  • Hope and Glory
  • 1986; produced in 1987 by Columbia w/Sarah Miles, Sebastian Rice-Edwards, Geraldine Muir
  • Housekeeping
  • 1986; produced in 1987 by Columbia w/Christine Lahti Based on novel by Marilynne Robinson; Alternate star: Diane Keaton
  • Hunt of the Hawk, The
  • 1987; not produced Starring Michael Dudikoff
  • Hunters, The
  • 1991, not produced Written by Ken Handler, Tom Klassen, Pat Roth; Produced by Karen Lee Arbeen, Brian K. Gendece; Directed by Roth
  • I, Zorba
  • 1987-88; not produced Based on novel "Zorba the Greek" by Nikos Kazantzakis and 1964 film; Starring Anthony Quinn, John Travolta; Music and Lyrics by John Kander, Fred Ebb; Produced by Barry and Frank Weissler; Written by Ernest Lehman; Directed by Robert Wise
  • Interpol
  • 1986; not produced Produced by Fulvio Lucisano; TV Series
  • Investigation
  • 1986-87, 1994; not produced Remake of "Investigation of a Private Citizen" (1970); Starring Al Pacino, Christopher Walken; Written by Paul Schrader; Directed by Andrei Konchalovsky, Sidney Lumet
  • It Ate Cleveland
  • 1985-87; not produced Starring Dana Olsen; Written by Olsen, Jerry Lazarus, Gene Quintano; Directed by Quintano
  • Italian Man, The
  • 1979; not produced
  • Jack and the Beanstalk
  • 1986; not produced
  • Jane
  • 1983; see "Jane, Queen of the Jungle"
  • Jane, Queen of the Jungle
  • 1984; not produced Starring Quin Kessler, Andrea Hartford, Bainbridge Scott; Produced by Robert Herts; Written/Directed by Kenneth Hartford
  • Joe II
  • 1980-85; see "Citizen Joe"
  • Jude Seuss
  • 1981, 1985; not produced Directed by Menahem Golan
  • Juggernaut
  • 1994; not produced Produced by Sam Perlmutter
  • Kick and Kick Back
  • 1986; not produced Starring Chuck Norris
  • Kids of the Garden Family
  • 1985; not produced
  • La Brava
  • 1986; not produced Based on novel by Elmore Leonard; Starring Dustin Hoffman; Written by Leonard; Produced by Walter and Marvin Mirisch; Directed by Al Ashby
  • Last Ambassador, The
  • 1985; not produced
  • Last Ninja Hero
  • 1994; not produced Produced by John Shepphird; Directed by Steve Jankowski
  • Last Warrior, The
  • 1983; not produced
  • Les Liasons Dangerouses
  • 1994; not produced Based on novel by Choderlos de Laclos; 10 hour miniseries; Produced by Menahem Golan
  • Long is the Way to Freedom
  • 1980, 1985; not produced
  • Lover's Lane
  • 1980; not produced Starring Wayne Newton; Written by Robert Benedict, Hal Landers; Produced by Landers, Bobby Roberts; Directed by Emmett Alston
  • Macbeth (Verdi opera)
  • 1986; produced in 1987 by Henry Lange w/Leo Nucci, Shirley Verrett, Samuel Ramey Based on play by William Shakespeare and opera by Giuseppe Verdi; Alternate director: Richard Chailly
  • Mach 3
  • 1993; not produced Starring Chuck Norris; Directed by David Worth
  • Maciste
  • 1983-84; not produced Starring Arnold Schwarzenegger, Lou Ferrigno; Directed by Luigi Cozzi
  • Masters of the Universe, Part 2
  • 1987; not produced Sequel to "Masters of the Universe" (1987); Directed by Albert Pyun
  • Merry Wives of Beverly Hills, The
  • 1986; not produced Starring Jackie Mason
  • Mummy of Beverly Hills, The
  • 1984; not produced Written by A. Martin Zweiback
  • Murder on Location
  • 1984; not produced Based on novel by George Kennedy; Produced by Andrew Fenady
  • Mystical Knight, The
  • 1986; see "Escape from Beyond"
  • Naked and the Dead, The
  • 1986; not produced Based on novel by Norman Mailer and 1958 Raoul Walsh film; TV series
  • Nat King Cole Story, The
  • 1984; not produced Starring Al Jarreau; Written by Ernest and Chris-Clark Tidyman; for CBS TV
  • Night Crawler
  • 1987; not produced
  • Ninja IV
  • 1984; not produced Sequel to "Enter the Ninja" (1981), "Revenge of the Ninja" (1983), "Ninja III: The Domination" (1984)
  • No Return
  • 1991; not produced Starring Charles Bronson; Written by Gregory Goodell; Produced by Don Carmody, Raymond Wagner; Directed by Allan Goldstein
  • Oi Vey, My Girl is Gay
  • 1983-86; not produced; project reactivated in 200? by New Cannon Inc. as "Oy Vey! My Son is Gay!" Written by Joseph Goldman
  • On the Edge
  • 1991; not produced Starring Chuck Norris; Produced by Don Carmody; Directed by Steve Carver
  • Phantom of the Opera
  • 1988; project re-activated in 1989 by 21st Century Based on novel by Gaston Leroux; Alternate director: John Hough
  • Pied Piper, The
  • 1986; not produced Based on novel by Nevil Shute
  • Pinocchio - The Robot
  • 1985; not produced Written by Dan O'Bannon, Don Jakoby (based on a story by Menahem Golan); Directed by Tobe Hooper
  • Piranha 3
  • 1991, produced in 1995 by Roger Corman as "Piranha" w/William Katt, Alexandra Paul Sequel to "Piranha" (1978), "Piranha II: The Spawning" (1982); Alternate producer: Ovidio Assonitis
  • Preppies II
  • 1984; not produced Sequel to "Preppies" (1982); Produced/Directed by Chuck Vincent
  • Pret a Porter ("Ready to Wear")
  • 1985; produced in 1994 by Miramax w/Marcello Mastroianni, Sophia Loren, Kim Basinger
  • Prisoner 2727
  • 1986; not produced Produced by Gianni di Clemente
  • Public Enemies
  • 1986; not produced Starring John Travolta, Whoopi Goldberg; Written by Rick Kellard, Bob Comfort; Produced by Leonard Hill; Directed by Bud Yorkin
  • Puerto Rican Dreams
  • 1988; not produced Starring Robby Rosa; Directed by Kenny Ortega
  • Red Dragon, The
  • 1985; not produced Directed by Sam Firstenberg
  • Regine
  • 1986; not produced Remake of 1935 film
  • Return of the Avengers
  • 1987; produced in 1998 by Warners as "The Avengers" w/Ralph Fiennes, Uma Thurman, Sean Connery TV movie based on Associated British TV series "The Avengers" (1961-69) and French/Canadian TV series "The New Avengers" (1976)
  • Rider in the Dark
  • 1988; not produced Starring Michael J. Pollard
  • Rider on the Rain
  • 1983, not produced Remake of "La Passager de la pluie" (1969); Starring Charles Bronson
  • Robinson Crusoe
  • 1986; not produced Based on novel by Daniel Defoe
  • Sapporta Papers, The
  • 1986; not produced Directed by Andrei Konchalovsky
  • Sea Hawk, The
  • 1983-84; not produced Based on novel by Rafael Sabatini; Starring Tony Anthony; Written by Edward Anhalt; Originally 3-D project, then TV miniseries
  • Second Killing of the Dog, The
  • 1986-87; not produced Written by David Weisman, Chanan Zass; Produced by Weisman; Directed by Hector Babenco
  • Second Life
  • 1986; not produced Written by F. Durrenmatt, Djordje Milicevic; Directed by Maximilian Schell
  • Secret of Sam Marlow, The
  • 1984; not produced Sequel to "The Man with Bogart's Face" (1980); Written/Produced by Andrew Fenady
  • Seduction
  • 1991; not produced Produced by Ovidio Assonitis
  • Sister Street
  • 1986; not produced Starring Louis Gossett, Jr.; Written by Sterling Silliphant
  • Solemn Oath
  • 1992; not produced
  • Son of Dr. Moreau
  • 1986; not produced Sequel to "The Island of Dr. Moreau" (1977); Starring Tom Selleck, Burt Lancaster/Laurence Olivier; Directed by Luigi Cozzi
  • Space Changers
  • 1993; not produced Directed by Paul De Mielche
  • Spider Man
  • 1985-89; project reactivated in 1989-90 by 21st Century; produced in 2002 by Columbia w/Tobey Maguire, Kirsten Dunst, Willem Dafoe Based on Marvel Comics character; Alternate production designer: Chester Kaczenski; Alternate DOP: Phillip Waters; Alternate writers: Leslie Stevens, Ted Newsom, John Brancato, Barney Cohen, Menahem Golan, Shepard Goldman, Albert Pyun, Don Michael Paul; Alternate producers: Tom Karnowski, James Galton, Joseph Calamari; Alternate directors: Tobe Hooper, Joseph Zito, Albert Pyun, Ruggero Deodato
  • Star Riders
  • 1979-80; not produced Sequel to "Starcrash" (1979); Starring Caroline Munro, Judd Hamilton, Torbin, Nancy Kwan; Written by A.E. Van Vogt (based on a story by Luigi Cozzi); Produced by David Winters, Alan Roberts; Directed by Luigi Cozzi; Special Effects: Armando Valcauda, Jack Rabin
  • Starfall
  • 1985; not produced Directed by Mario Andreacchio
  • Storm in Venice
  • 1985; not produced Starring Hanna Schygulla; Written by Erden Kiral, Sibyll Renkert, Schygulla, Leyla Vekilli; Directed by Kiral
  • Summer Score
  • 1979; not produced Written by Miki Rose; Directed by Boaz Davidson
  • Superboy
  • 1981; produced in 1988-90 by Alexander Salkind as TV series Based on D.C. Comics character
  • Superman V
  • 1987; not produced Based on D.C. Comics character; Sequel to "Superman" (1978), "Superman II" (1980), "Superman III" (1983), "Superman IV: The Quest for Peace" (1987)
  • Sweet Revenge (?)
  • ????; not produced Written by Menahem Golan
  • Tales of Hoffman
  • 1986; not produced Based on stories of E.T.A. Hoffman and opera by Jacques Offenbach; Starring Placido Domingo; Directed by Jonathan Miller
  • Teen Angel
  • 1991-92; not produced Produced by Christopher Pearce; Directed by Boaz Davidson
  • Third Day Comes, The
  • 1985, not produced
  • Three the Tough Way
  • 1983; not produced Remake of "Three the Hard Way" (1974); Starring Fred Williamson
  • To Be a Rose
  • 1981; not produced Starring Sandra Dempsey, Dimmit Wills, Sarah Stagler, Organza, Mario Licu, Philip Popper; Written/Produced/Directed by William Sachs
  • Tough Kick
  • 1987; not produced Starring Chuck Norris, Mike Norris; Written by Lee Reynolds
  • Tough Man
  • 1981; not produced
  • Treasure Island
  • 1987; not produced (previously remade by Cannon in 1985 but unfinished) Based on novel by Robert Louis Stevenson; Starring Oliver Reed, David Mendenhall; Written by Orson Welles; Produced by Harry Alan Towers; Directed by Gerard Kikoine
  • Tricheurs
  • 1986; not produced Starring Mickey Rourke; Directed by Barbet Schroeder
  • Trojan Horse
  • 1986; not produced Produced by Euan Lloyd
  • Two Jakes, The
  • 1986; produced in 1990 by Paramount w/Jack Nicholson, Harvey Keitel, Meg Tilly Sequel to "Chinatown" (1974); Alternate co-star: Roy Scheider
  • Weinreb
  • 1985; not produced
  • What Do Women Want?
  • 1987-88; project reactivated in 1992 by 21st Century Based on novel by Dan Greenburg; Written by Paul and Sharon Boorstin, Joseph Goldman; Directed by Boaz Davidson, Menahem Golan
  • White Slave, The
  • 1986; not produced Starring Louis Gossett, Jr.; Written by Sterling Siliphant
  • White Sun
  • 1991; not produced Starring Michael Dudikoff
  • Who's in the Closet?
  • 1984-86; not produced Alternate stars: George Segal, Elliot Gould; Written by Arnold Somkin, Joseph Goldman, Melvin Frank, Hal Kantor; Directed by Menahem Golan, Frank
  • Wings
  • 1990-91; not produced Produced by Christopher Pearce, Elie Cohn
  • Xavana
  • 1983; not produced Starring Bettina Sheirrer, Valerie Belpy, Morgana Bittencourt; Written/Produced/Directed by Zygmunt Sulistrowski
  • Year of the Cat
  • 1979; not produced Written by Jay Telfer; Directed by Menahem Golan
  • Yellow Jersey, The
  • 1984, 1985, 1986, 1988; not produced Based on novel by Ralph Hurne; Alternate stars: Dustin Hoffman, Christophe Lambert; Written by Carl Foreman, Collin Welland, Lawrence Konner; Produced by John Veitch, Gary Melman; Alternate directors: Michael Cimino, Jerry Schatzberg, Menahem Golan; 2nd Unit Director: Jørgen Leth
  • Young Dillinger
  • 1992 (?); not produced
  • Young Robinson Crusoe
  • 1987; not produced Inspired by novel "Robinson Crusoe" by Daniel Defoe; Starring David Mendenhall; Written/Produced by Harry Alan Towers; Directed by David Irving
  • Zorba, the Musical
    1. 1986; see "I, Zorba"