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Producers Guild Hall of Fame - Past Inductees


Theatrical Motion Pictures
The Producers Guild of America's Hall of Fame for Theatrical Motion Pictures was established in 1991 to honor those motion pictures that have set an enduring standard for American entertainment.

1991
All Quiet on the Western Front
Around the World in Eighty Days
Ben-Hur
The Best Years of our Lives
Casablanca
Citizen Kane
Fantasia
From Here to Eternity
The Godfather
Gone with the Wind
The Grapes of Wrath
High Noon
The Informer
The Maltese Falcon
Midnight Cowboy
Mr. Smith Goes to Washington
Mutiny on the Bounty
On the Waterfront
One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest
Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs
Stagecoach
Star Wars
Sunset Boulevard
The Treasure of Sierra Madre
The Wizard of Oz

1993
An American in Paris
Bonnie & Clyde
City Lights
Dr. Zhivago
Gentlemen’s Agreement
Godfather II
The Good Earth
How Green Was My Valley
Jaws
Judgment at Nuremberg
King Kong
The Longest Day
The Lost Horizon
Marty
Miracle on 34th Street
The Oxbow Incident
Psycho
The Quiet Man
Raging Bull
Red River
Shane
Singin’ in the Rain
The Sound of Music
The Ten Commandments
Wings

1996
Easy Rider
It’s a Wonderful Life
A Streetcar Named Desire

1997
All About Eve
A Place in the Sun
Twelve Angry Men

1998
The Graduate
The Sting

1999
To Kill a Mockingbird
West Side Story

2000
Chinatown
E.T., The Extra Terrestrial
Some Like It Hot

2001
It Happened One Night
Lawrence of Arabia

2002
The Manchurian Candidate
Network


Television
The Producers Guild of America's Hall of Fame for Television was established in 1992 to honor those television projects that have set an enduring standard for American entertainment.

1992
All in the Family
Ed Sullivan Show
Gunsmoke
I Love Lucy
The Jackie Gleason Show
Mary Tyler Moore Show
Mash
Playhouse 90
Roots
Sixty Minutes
The Tonight Show
Your Show of Shows (Caesar's Hour)

1994
Autobiography of Miss Jane Pittman
Carol Burnett Show
Cheers
The Defenders
The Dick Van Dyke Show
Hill Street Blues
Omnibus
Rowan & Martin's Laugh–In
Saturday Night Live
Sesame Street
Studio One
Texaco Star Theatre / Milton Berle Show
Twilight Zone

1996
Naked City
Star Trek
Steve Allen, The Late Show

1997
Eleanor & Franklin
Holocaust
Missiles of October

1998
Brian's Song
Winds of War / War and Remembrance

1999
Friendly Fire
That Certain Summer

2000
The Cosby Show
Dragnet
The Fugitive

2001
The Andy Griffith Show
The Honeymooners

2002
Happy Days
Maude
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