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Brandywine Productions was an American film production company known for its Alien film series. The company was founded by American filmmakers Walter Hill, David Giler, and Gordon Carroll. It had not done an active film since Alien 3 in 1992. A planned fourth film in the series called Alien Resurrection was filmed, but its release was cancelled by 20th Century Fox. Brandywine was credited for involvement on the Disney attraction Alien: Terror Incarnate. In 2004, Springbok Productions purchased the company and its library, including the Alien franchise, with Springbok officially taking Brandywine's place as main producer and owner of the creative rights.
|1969||Women in Love||Ken Russell||Co-production with United Artists||as Brandywine Productions Ltd||$1.6 million||$4.5 million|
|1976||The Student Body||Gus Trikonis|
|1979||Alien||Ridley Scott||Co-production with 20th Century Fox||$9–11 million||$104.9–203.6 million|
|1986||Aliens||James Cameron||$17–18 million||$131.1–183.3 million|
|1992||Alien 3||David Fincher||$50 million||$159.8 million|
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|Categories: Film production companies of the United States | Brandywine Productions films | American film company stubs|
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