Using hot-walled metallorganic chemical vapor deposition (MOCVD), thin fihns of lead zirconate titanate (PZT), lead titanate (PbTiO3 or PT) and bismuth titanate (Bi4Ti3O12 or BiT) were successfully prepared. For each material, titanium ethoxide (Ti(C2H5O)4) was used as the precursor for the titanium source, while lead bis-tetramethylheptadione (Pb(thd)2), zirconium tetrakistetramethylheptadione (Zr(thd)4) and triphenyl bismuth (Bi(C6H5)3) were used as sources for lead, zirconium and bismuth, respectively. Dense, specular and highly transparent films were obtained for all three materials. Deposition conditions are given for each of the materials as well as the properties of the resulting films as determined by XRD, SEM and UV-VIS-NIR spectrophotometry. Ferroelectric properties are also given for the PZT and BiT films; for PZT (%Zr = 41; %Ti = 9) annealed at 600 °C, the spontaneous polarization, Ps, was 23 μC/cm2 and the coercive field, Ec, was 65 kV/cm; for BiT annealed at 550 °C, the spontaneous polarization, Ps, was 27 μC/cm2 and the coercive field, Ec, was 240 kV/cm.