Long Movie Series
- Listing movie series with more than four films:
- Wong Fei Hung (100+ movies)
- 'luchador' Santo (55? movies) - thx Cosgrove
- Otoko wa Tsuraiyo (48 movies) - thx Imposter
- Charlie Chan (36? movies)
- Carry On... (31 movies)
- Blondie (28 movies) - thx AJDaGreat
- Godzilla (28)
- Zatoichi (25 movies) - thx Imposter
- James Bond (21 movies)
- The Falcon (16 movies) - thx Imposter
- Hardies (16 movies) - thx AJDaGreat
- The Saint (15? movies) - thx Imposter
- Gamera (10? movies)
- Friday the 13th (10 movies)
- Asterix (9? movies)
- Pink Panther (9)
- Halloween (9) - thx dgeiser13
- The Amityville Horror (8)
- Police Academy (8th coming in 2006)
- Frankenstein (7? movies)
- The Road To... (7 movies)
- Star Trek (7 movies)
- Star Wars (6)
- Lone Wolf and Cub (6 movies) - thx Cosgrove
- A Nightmare on Elm Street (6 movies) - thx Rushmore
- Muppets (6 movies) - thx 0dysseus
- Thin Man (5 movies)
- Superman (5 movies)
- Planet of the Apes (5 movies)
- Rocky (5 movies) - thx 0dysseus
- Batman: modern live-action (5)
- Chucky (5th coming soon) - thx openstacks
Only true movie series considered, not strings of remakes. Serials, obviously, are not 'movie series.' Straight-to-video and TV releases not counted (so, Land Before Time not eligible).
'Vs.' movies not includes (for example, Freddy vs. Jason or Dracula vs. Frankenstein.
Also, I don't consider films by a certain team of people a series unless they have similar/continuing subject matter (for example, National Lampoon's films are not a 'series', but their 'vacation' films would be eligible if there were more than three).
Also, the Jack Ryan (Tom Clancy) films are so different and seperate from each other they aren't really a series. Even moreso, the adaptations of King's writings are not a 'series.'
Corrections & suggestions very welcome.