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The Pope Must Die No one younger than 15 may see a 15 film in a cinema.

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The Pope Must Die

Directed by

Peter Richardson

Starring

Actor
Character
Robbie Coltrane
Alex Rocco
Adrian Edmondson
Paul Bartel
Damir Mejovsek
Bozidar Smiljanic
Salvatore Cascio
Annette Crosbie
Marc Smith
Peter Richardson
Ranko Zidaric
Dani Segina
William Hootkins
Niall Buggy
Robert Stephens
Herbert Lom
Janez Vajevec
Relja Basic
Tibor Belitza
Alice Richardson
Ernest Clark
Jeff Beck
Branko Blace
David Boyce
Demeter Bitenc
Petar Buntic
Steven O'Donnell
John Sessions
Khedija Sassi
Ivica Zadro
Mirella D'Angelo
Mirta Zecevic
Vida Jerman
Balthazar Getty
Boris Mirkovic
Mario Mirkovic
Kristijan Ugrina
Mark Caven
Natasa Maricic
Nada Gacesic
Mladen Vasary
Damir Saban
Mirjana Smolic
Ralph Brown
Peda Petrovic
Jasna Palic
Semka Sokolovic-Bertok
Campbell Morrison
Ivan Joncic
Tom Stojkovic
Boris Svrtan
Sreten Mokrovic
Marko Breskovic
Matko Raguz
Darko Janes
Niall Toibin
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Year: 1991
UK release date UK release: 21st June 1991
 BBFC Age Rating:  15 age rating
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Top Grossing Movie Chart Position
UK total gross
£1,182,930
3096
The Pope Must Die
3097

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

Highest chart position: 3

Weeks on box office: 6

UK Box Office Chart History
Date
Place
Week
Total
The Pope Must Die
3N
£565,733
£565,733
5
£221,443
£787,176
5▲▼
£159,300
£946,476
6
£108,227
£1,054,703
8
£97,155
£1,151,858
10
£31,072
£1,182,930
Box Office Gross Flow
£
565.7K
221.4K
159.3K
108.2K

21st Jun
1991

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1991

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1991

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1991

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The UK box office this weeks has a new number one film in the shape of The Secret Life of Pets. the latests film from the makers of Despicable Me and Minions.

An excellent weekend gross of £9.5 million sees the film enter ahead of the weeks other big film Independence Day Resurgence.

Despite having the connection to the Despicable Me franchise The Secret Life of Pets for a new franchise makes an very good debut, in comparison it is far higher that the first Despicable Me but lower than the franchises other films.

With the summer holidays in the coming weeks this could have staying power, and there is little competition until mid July.

Also new this week is Independence Day Resurgence which makes its debut at number 2 with just over £5 million, its been 20 years but the original debuted to £16 million.

Last weeks top film, The Conjuring 2 The Enfield Case, falls to number 3 with a total gross of £7.7 million after a £1.5 million second weekend.

The Jungle Book is once again the top total grossing film on the box office with £45.6 million and the longest run on the box office with 11 weeks.

Historical charts

A year ago
Minions made its debut at the top knocking Jurassic World to the runner up spot.

Five years ago
Paul Feig's Bridesmaids was the new film making its debut at the top while Kung Fu Panda 2 fell to number 2.

Ten years ago
The Fast and The Furious Tokyo Drift stayed at the top of the box office and The Lake House was the top new film at number 2.

Fifteen years ago
Evolution was the top new film at number 1, it knocked Pearl Harbour down to number 2.

Twenty years ago
New at the top was The Rock with Spy Hard being knocked off the top right down to number 4.

Twenty five years ago
The Silence of The Lambs stayed at the top of the box office while The Pope Must Die came in new at number 2.