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Historical U.K. Weekend Box Office *

7th June 1991 - 9th June 1991

W/E Gross
Total Gross
Weeks
  1. The Silence of the Lambs

    The Silence of the Lambs


    Directed by:
    Starring:


    £1.8M
    £1,771,184
    £5.3M
    £5,313,551
    2
  2. The Hairdressers Husband

    The Hairdressers Husband


    Directed by:
    Patrice Leconte
    Starring:
    Jean Rochefort
    Anna Galiena
    Roland Bertin


    £288.3K
    £288,257
    £288.3K
    £288,257
    New
  3. Marked For Death

    Marked For Death


    Directed by:
    Dwight H. Little
    Starring:
    Steven Seagal
    Basil Wallace
    Keith David


    £273.6K
    £273,598
    £273.6K
    £273,598
    New
  4. L.A. Story

    L.A. Story


    Directed by:
    Starring:


    £225.1K
    £225,090
    £3.9M
    £3,916,559
    4
  5. Mermaids

    Mermaids


    Directed by:
    Starring:
    Cher
    Bob Hoskins
    Winona Ryder


    £177.2K
    £177,231
    £1.6M
    £1,612,802
    3
  6. White Fang

    White Fang


    Directed by:
    Randal Kleiser
    Starring:


    £139.5K
    £139,525
    £758.4K
    £758,363
    3
  7. Sibling Rivalry

    Sibling Rivalry


    Directed by:
    Carl Reiner
    Starring:


    £126.8K
    £126,795
    £407.2K
    £407,181
    2
  8. Problem Child

    Problem Child


    Directed by:
    Starring:
    John Ritter
    Jack Warden
    Michael Oliver


    £89.6K
    £89,561
    £984.3K
    £984,274
    3
  9. No cover art for Guilty By Suspicion

    Guilty By Suspicion


    Directed by:
    Irwin Winkler
    Starring:


    £82K
    £82,040
    £402K
    £401,996
    3
  10. No cover art for Graveyard Shift

    Graveyard Shift


    Directed by:
    Ralph S. Singleton
    Starring:
    David Andrews
    Kelly Wolf
    Stephen Macht


    £81.4K
    £81,442
    £244.3K
    £244,326
    2
  11. Misery

    Misery


    Directed by:
    Starring:
    James Caan
    Kathy Bates
    Richard Farnsworth


    £62.6K
    £62,554
    £4M
    £4,030,799
    5
  12. The Doors

    The Doors


    Directed by:
    Starring:
    Val Kilmer
    Meg Ryan
    Kyle MacLachlan


    £27.5K
    £27,509
    £3.4M
    £3,426,149
    7
  13. Robin Hood

    Robin Hood


    Directed by:
    John Irvin
    Starring:
    Patrick Bergin
    Uma Thurman
    Jurgen Prochnow


    £22.5K
    £22,498
    £375.8K
    £375,815
    4
  14. Predator 2

    Predator 2


    Directed by:
    Stephen Hopkins
    Starring:
    Danny Glover
    Gary Busey
    Ruben Blades


    £20.5K
    £20,471
    £4.1M
    £4,060,519
    6
  15. Dances With Wolves

    Dances With Wolves


    Directed by:
    Starring:
    Kevin Costner
    Mary McDonnell
    Graham Greene


    £14.1K
    £14,115
    £10.6M
    £10,586,985
    18
* 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 *

7th June 1991 - 9th June 1991

1.
w/e
£1.8M
total
£5.3M
Director:
Stars:

2.
w/e
£288.3K
total
£288.3K
Director:
Patrice Leconte
Stars:
Jean Rochefort
Anna Galiena
Roland Bertin

3.
w/e
£273.6K
total
£273.6K
Director:
Dwight H. Little
Stars:
Steven Seagal
Basil Wallace
Keith David

4.
w/e
£225.1K
total
£3.9M
Director:
Stars:

5.
w/e
£177.2K
total
£1.6M
Director:
Stars:
Cher
Bob Hoskins
Winona Ryder

6.
w/e
£139.5K
total
£758.4K
Director:
Randal Kleiser
Stars:

7.
w/e
£126.8K
total
£407.2K
Director:
Carl Reiner
Stars:

8.
w/e
£89.6K
total
£984.3K
Director:
Stars:
John Ritter
Jack Warden
Michael Oliver

9.
w/e
£82K
total
£402K
Director:
Irwin Winkler
Stars:

10.
w/e
£81.4K
total
£244.3K
Director:
Ralph S. Singleton
Stars:
David Andrews
Kelly Wolf
Stephen Macht

11.
w/e
£62.6K
total
£4M
Director:
Stars:
James Caan
Kathy Bates
Richard Farnsworth

12.
w/e
£27.5K
total
£3.4M
Director:
Stars:
Val Kilmer
Meg Ryan
Kyle MacLachlan

13.
w/e
£22.5K
total
£375.8K
Director:
John Irvin
Stars:
Patrick Bergin
Uma Thurman
Jurgen Prochnow

14.
w/e
£20.5K
total
£4.1M
Director:
Stephen Hopkins
Stars:
Danny Glover
Gary Busey
Ruben Blades

15.
w/e
£14.1K
total
£10.6M
Director:
Stars:
Kevin Costner
Mary McDonnell
Graham Greene

* 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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