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Historical U.K. Weekend Box Office *

30th December 1988 - 1st January 1989

W/E Gross
Total Gross
Weeks
  1. Moonwalker

    Moonwalker

    Directed by: Jerry Kramer and Colin Chilvers

    Starring: Michael Jackson, Joe Pesci, Sean Lennon

    £670K
    £670,022
    £670K
    £670,022
    New
  2. Who Framed Roger Rabbit

    Who Framed Roger Rabbit

    Directed by: Robert Zemeckis

    Starring: Bob Hoskins, Christopher Lloyd, Joanna Cassidy

    £441.2K
    £441,177
    £16M
    £15,979,018
    5
  3. Willow

    Willow

    Directed by: Ron Howard

    Starring: Val Kilmer, Joanne Whalley, Warwick Davis

    £214.2K
    £214,188
    £2.5M
    £2,542,839
    4
  4. Like Father Like Son

    Like Father Like Son

    Directed by: Rod Daniel

    Starring: Dudley Moore, Kirk Cameron, Margaret Colin

    £158.7K
    £158,715
    £1M
    £1,033,233
    3
  5. Scrooged

    Scrooged

    Directed by: Richard Donner

    Starring: Bill Murray, Karen Allen, John Forsythe

    £58.5K
    £58,533
    £2.4M
    £2,415,389
    6
  6. High Spirits

    High Spirits

    Directed by: Neil Jordan

    Starring: Peter O'Toole, Donal McCann, Mary Coughlan

    £26.8K
    £26,772
    £281.2K
    £281,190
    4
  7. No cover art for Cocoon: The Return

    Cocoon: The Return

    Directed by: Daniel Petrie

    Starring: Don Ameche, Wilford Brimley, Courteney Cox

    £10.6K
    £10,575
    £349.5K
    £349,544
    6
  8. A Fish Called Wanda

    A Fish Called Wanda

    Directed by: Charles Crichton and John Cleese

    Starring: John Cleese, Jamie Lee Curtis, Kevin Kline

    £5.7K
    £5,682
    £14M
    £13,966,498
    12
* Prior to 1997 the box office numbers are difficult to find, these figures represent an approximation and are from reputable sources and compiled accordingly.

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