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International Releases Dates
02 January 1986
Popular movie trailers from 1986
These some of the most viewed trailers for movies released in 1986:
11 June 1986
Charismatic teen Ferris Bueller plays hooky in Chicago with his girlfriend and best friend.
04 November 1986
Roger is a 16-year-old who seeks to lose his virginity in this softcore erotic drama. His initial efforts are unsuccessful, but World War I breaks out and men are seen marching off to battle.
02 July 1986
In Victorian London, England, a little mouse girl's toymaker father is abducted by a peg-legged bat. She enlists the aid of Basil of Baker Street, the rodent world's answer to Sherlock Holmes.
18 July 1986
When Ripley's lifepod is found by a salvage crew over 50 years later, she finds that terra-formers are on the very planet they found the alien species.
16 May 1986
For Lieutenant Pete Mitchell and his friend and Co-Pilot Nick Bradshaw being accepted into an elite training school for fighter pilots is a dream come true.
21 November 1986
A young mouse named Fievel and his family decide to migrate to America, a "land without cats," at the turn of the 20th century.
25 July 1986
When a comet passes close to the earth, machines all over the world come alive and go on homicidal rampages.
30 September 1986
In Acapulco, Hercule Poirot attends a dinner party in which one of the guests clutches his throat and suddenly dies.
15 August 1986
When Seth Brundle makes a huge scientific and technological breakthrough in teleportation, he decides to test it on himself.
21 March 1986
A tough-on-crime street cop must protect the only surviving witness to a strange murderous cult with far reaching plans.
17 August 1986
A baby lamp finds a ball to play with and it's all fun and games until the ball bursts. Just when the elder Luxo thinks his kid will settle down for a bit, Luxo Jr.
07 August 1986
The film's name comes from the song "Stand By Me" by Ben E. King from 1961. The song was also the theme song.
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