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Directing credits for Garry Marshall By Year of release

18 films

Year

1.

Mothers Day (2016)

Directed by:
Garry Marshall
Starring:
Jennifer Aniston and Timothy Olyphant

2016
2.

New Years Eve (2011)

Directed by:
Garry Marshall
Starring:
Michelle Pfeiffer and Zac Efron

2011
3.

Valentines Day (2010)

Directed by:
Garry Marshall
Starring:
Taylor Lautner and Bradley Cooper

2010
4.

Georgia Rule (2007)

Directed by:
Garry Marshall
Starring:
Jane Fonda and Lindsay Lohan

2007
5.

The Princess Diaries 2: Royal Engagement (2004)

Directed by:
Garry Marshall
Starring:
Anne Hathaway and Julie Andrews

2004
6.

Raising Helen (2004)

Directed by:
Garry Marshall
Starring:
Kate Hudson and John Corbett

2004
7.

The Princess Diaries (2001)

Directed by:
Garry Marshall
Starring:
Julie Andrews and Anne Hathaway

2001
8.

Runaway Bride (1999)

Directed by:
Garry Marshall
Starring:
Julia Roberts and Richard Gere

1999
9.

The Other Sister (1999)

Directed by:
Garry Marshall
Starring:
Juliette Lewis and Diane Keaton

1999
10.

Dear God (1996)

Directed by:
Garry Marshall
Starring:
Greg Kinnear and Laurie Metcalf

1996
11.

Exit To Eden (1994)

Directed by:
Garry Marshall
Starring:
Dana Delany and Paul Mercurio

1994
12.

Frankie And Johnny (1992)

Directed by:
Garry Marshall
Starring:
Al Pacino and Michelle Pfeiffer

1992
13.

Pretty Woman (1990)

Directed by:
Garry Marshall
Starring:
Richard Gere and Julia Roberts

1990
14.

Beaches (1989)

Directed by:
Garry Marshall
Starring:
Bette Midler and Barbara Hershey

1989
15.

Overboard (1988)

Directed by:
Garry Marshall
Starring:
Goldie Hawn and Kurt Russell

1988
16.

Nothing In Common (1986)

Directed by:
Garry Marshall
Starring:
Tom Hanks and Jackie Gleason

1986
17.

The Flamingo Kid (1984)

Directed by:
Garry Marshall
Starring:
Matt Dillon and Hector Elizondo

1984
18.

Young Doctors In Love (1982)

Directed by:
Garry Marshall
Starring:
Sean Young and Michael McKean

1982