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Historical U.K. Weekend Box Office *

5th April 1991 - 7th April 1991

W/E Gross
Total Gross
Weeks
  1. Dances With Wolves

    Dances With Wolves


    Directed by:
    Starring:
    Kevin Costner
    Mary McDonnell
    Graham Greene


    £2.5M
    £2,519,655
    £6.8M
    £6,811,163
    9
  2. The Miracle

    The Miracle


    Directed by:
    Starring:


    £2.3M
    £2,319,117
    £2.3M
    £2,319,117
    New
  3. King Ralph

    King Ralph


    Directed by:
    Starring:


    £592.5K
    £592,468
    £2.1M
    £2,132,885
    2
  4. Look Who

    Look Who's Talking Too


    Directed by:
    Starring:


    £502.4K
    £502,394
    £4.9M
    £4,898,338
    3
  5. Quigley Down Under

    Quigley Down Under


    Directed by:
    Simon Wincer
    Starring:
    Tom Selleck
    Laura San Giacomo
    Alan Rickman


    £326.3K
    £326,297
    £326.3K
    £326,297
    New
  6. Awakenings

    Awakenings


    Directed by:
    Penny Marshall
    Starring:


    £154.9K
    £154,888
    £2M
    £2,044,523
    4
  7. Jetsons: The Movie

    Jetsons: The Movie


    Directed by:
    Joseph BarberaWilliam Hanna
    Iwao Takamoto
    Starring:
    George OHanlon
    Mel Blanc
    Penny Singleton


    £148.9K
    £148,910
    £1.2M
    £1,191,277
    3
  8. The Godfather Part III

    The Godfather Part III


    Directed by:
    Starring:


    £139.3K
    £139,299
    £4.4M
    £4,429,702
    5
  9. Life Is Sweet

    Life Is Sweet


    Directed by:
    Starring:


    £66.3K
    £66,250
    £463.8K
    £463,750
    3
  10. Desperate Hours

    Desperate Hours


    Directed by:
    Michael Cimino
    Starring:
    Mickey Rourke
    Anthony Hopkins
    Mimi Rogers


    £57.1K
    £57,144
    £171.4K
    £171,432
    2
  11. Home Alone

    Home Alone


    Directed by:
    Starring:


    £53.8K
    £53,760
    £9.3M
    £9,337,734
    18
  12. Three Men and a Little Lady

    Three Men and a Little Lady


    Directed by:
    Starring:


    £41.5K
    £41,516
    £10.5M
    £10,488,271
    9
  13. Green Card

    Green Card


    Directed by:
    Peter Weir
    Starring:
    Gérard Depardieu
    Andie MacDowell
    Bebe Neuwirth


    £29.4K
    £29,403
    £4.8M
    £4,766,048
    6
  14. The Russia House

    The Russia House


    Directed by:
    Fred Schepisi
    Starring:


    £14.6K
    £14,557
    £1.7M
    £1,708,967
    7
  15. No cover art for American Friends

    American Friends


    Directed by:
    Tristram Powell
    Starring:
    Bryan Pringle
    Fred Pearson
    Michael Palin


    £14.1K
    £14,110
    £119.9K
    £119,932
    3
* Prior to 1997 the box office numbers are difficult to find, these figures represent an approximation and are from reputable sources and compiled accordingly.

Please contact Salty Popcorn if you think this chart is not an acurate representation and have more up to date information.

Historical U.K. Weekend Box Office *

5th April 1991 - 7th April 1991

1.
w/e
£2.5M
total
£6.8M
Director:
Stars:
Kevin Costner
Mary McDonnell
Graham Greene

2.
w/e
£2.3M
total
£2.3M
Director:
Stars:

3.
w/e
£592.5K
total
£2.1M
Director:
Stars:

4.
w/e
£502.4K
total
£4.9M
Director:
Stars:

5.
w/e
£326.3K
total
£326.3K
Director:
Simon Wincer
Stars:
Tom Selleck
Laura San Giacomo
Alan Rickman

6.
w/e
£154.9K
total
£2M
Director:
Penny Marshall
Stars:

7.
w/e
£148.9K
total
£1.2M
Director:
Joseph BarberaWilliam Hanna
Iwao Takamoto
Stars:
George OHanlon
Mel Blanc
Penny Singleton

8.
w/e
£139.3K
total
£4.4M
Director:
Stars:

9.
w/e
£66.3K
total
£463.8K
Director:
Stars:

10.
w/e
£57.1K
total
£171.4K
Director:
Michael Cimino
Stars:
Mickey Rourke
Anthony Hopkins
Mimi Rogers

11.
w/e
£53.8K
total
£9.3M
Director:
Stars:

12.
w/e
£41.5K
total
£10.5M
Director:
Stars:

13.
w/e
£29.4K
total
£4.8M
Director:
Peter Weir
Stars:
Gérard Depardieu
Andie MacDowell
Bebe Neuwirth

14.
w/e
£14.6K
total
£1.7M
Director:
Fred Schepisi
Stars:

15.
w/e
£14.1K
total
£119.9K
Director:
Tristram Powell
Stars:
Bryan Pringle
Fred Pearson
Michael Palin

* Prior to 1997 the box office numbers are difficult to find, these figures represent an approximation and are from reputable sources and compiled accordingly.

Please contact Salty Popcorn if you think this chart is not an acurate representation and have more up to date information.

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