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Alive No one younger than 15 may see a 15 film in a cinema.

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Alive

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Starring

Actor
Character
Nando Parrado
Vincent Spano
Antonio Balbi
Josh Hamilton
Roberto Canessa
Bruce Ramsay
Carlitos Paez
John Newton
Antonio 'Tintin' Vizintin
David Kriegel
Gustavo Zerbino
Kevin Breznahan
Roy Harley
Sam Behrens
Javier Methol
Illeana Douglas
Lilliana Methol
Jack Noseworthy
Bobby Francois
Christian J. Meoli
Federico Aranda
Jake Carpenter
Alberto Artuna
Michael DeLorenzo
Rafael Cano
Jose Zuniga
Fraga, the Mechanic
Danny Nucci
Hugo Diaz
David Cubitt
Fito Strauch
Gian DiDonna
Eduardo Strauch
John Cassini
Daniel Fernandez
Michael Woolson
Juan Martino
Chad Willett
Pablo Montero
Richard Ian Cox
Moncho Sabella
Gordon Currie
Coche Inciarte
Ele Keats
Susana Parrado
Josh Lucas
Felipe Restano
Silvio Pollio
Alex Morales
Nuno Antunes
Alvaro Mangino
Michael Tayles
Pancho Delgado
Steven Shayler
Pedro Algorta
Jason Gaffney
Victor Bolarich
Jerry Wasserman
Co-Pilot
Michael Sicoly
Pilot Julio Cesar Ferradas
Diana Barrington
Mrs. Alfonsin
Jan D'Arcy
Eugenia Parrado
Frank Pellegrino
Steward
Seth Arnett
Tomas Alonso
Aurelio DiNunzio
Dr. Solana
Fiona Roeske
Mrs. Solana
Tony Morelli
Martinez, the Navigator
Pat Romano
Jorge Armas
Old Carlitos / Narrator
Tom Raudaschl
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Year: 1993
 120 minutes (2 hrs 00 mins)
UK release date UK release: 30th April 1993
 BBFC Age Rating:  15 age rating
US release date US release: 15th January 1993
MPAA Age Rating: Alive R age rating 
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Top Grossing Movie Chart Position
UK total gross
£2,599,246
2069
2070
Alive
2071

US total gross
$36,733,909
2095
2096
Alive

UK Age Rating
UK BBFC Certificate: 15
Genres
UK Box Office Release Breakdown
UK release date:

Highest chart position: 1

Weeks on box office: 9

UK Box Office Chart History
Date
Place
Week
Total
Alive
1N
£1,143,289
£1,143,289
2
£762,193
£1,905,482
3
£304,877
£2,210,359
6
£203,251
£2,413,610
8
£101,626
£2,515,236
11
£40,650
£2,555,886
13
£20,325
£2,576,211
15
£13,550
£2,589,761
15▲▼
£6,775
£2,596,536
17
£2,710
£2,599,246
18
£1,128
£1,601,677
18▲▼
£588
£1,602,265
Box Office Gross Flow
£
1.1M
762.2K
304.9K
203.3K
101.6K

30th Apr
1993

7th May
1993

14th May
1993

21st May
1993

28th May
1993

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It's 35 years since Star Wars made it debut in the US, it opened in Manns Chinese Theatre on Hollywood Boulevard in Los Angeles (and actually 31 other locations across America), and people queued around the block to see it.

The legacy of the original has been immense and still to this day the Star Wars series of 6 films is one of the highest grossing movie series of all time, behind only Harry Potter and James Bond.

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It's like it was 1991 again and there is a new Robin Hood film in production, this time it wont star an American with a fake British accent, it'll star an Australian with a fake British accent.

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