(Bi,La)4Ti3O12(BLT) thin films were prepared on Si(100) substrates by the pulse injection metalorganic chemical vapor deposition (MOCVD) process, in which Ti and La precursors were injected with periodic pauses while Bi precursor was supplied continuously. In case of the pulse injection method, the film composition was relatively uniform and the Bi content at the interface was relatively uniform and the Bi content at the interface was increased. The BLT films, which were deposited by the pulse injection MOCVD, showed better crystallinity and thinner ionterfacial amorphous layer than the continuous BLT films. The continuous BLT films, although measured at 1 MHz showed similar C-V characteristics to those measured at low frequency region, and their flatband voltages also shifted severely to the negative voltage direction. On the other hand, the pulse BLT films exhibited clockwise ferroelectric hysteresis in the C-V curves. The memory window and the leakage current density were about 2V and 1.46×10−7 A/cm2 at 9V (180 kV/cm), respectively.