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Historical U.K. Weekend Box Office *

2nd August 1991 - 4th August 1991

W/E Gross
Total Gross
Weeks
  1. Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves

    Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves


    Directed by:
    Starring:


    £2.2M
    £2,160,004
    £7.1M
    £7,149,612
    3
  2. The Rocketeer

    The Rocketeer


    Directed by:
    Starring:
    Billy Campbell
    Jennifer Connelly
    Alan Arkin


    £1.6M
    £1,556,802
    £1.6M
    £1,556,802
    New
  3. Edward Scissorhands

    Edward Scissorhands


    Directed by:
    Starring:


    £1.1M
    £1,137,375
    £3M
    £2,982,225
    2
  4. Backdraft

    Backdraft


    Directed by:
    Starring:


    £1M
    £1,003,854
    £1M
    £1,003,854
    New
  5. The Naked Gun 2 ½: The Smell of Fear

    The Naked Gun 2 ½: The Smell of Fear


    Directed by:
    Starring:


    £293K
    £293,000
    £7.8M
    £7,815,375
    6
  6. Thelma and Louise

    Thelma and Louise


    Directed by:
    Starring:


    £209.7K
    £209,698
    £3.6M
    £3,623,584
    4
  7. No cover art for Rock a Doodle

    Rock a Doodle


    Directed by:
    Don BluthGary Goldman
    Dan Kuenster
    Starring:
    Phil Harris
    Glen Campbell
    Eddie Deezen


    £200.4K
    £200,418
    £200.4K
    £200,418
    New
  8. In Bed With Madonna

    In Bed With Madonna


    Directed by:
    Alek Keshishian
    Starring:
    Madonna
    Donna DeLory
    Niki Harris


    £76.1K
    £76,071
    £311.4K
    £311,358
    2
  9. Not Without My Daughter

    Not Without My Daughter


    Directed by:
    Starring:


    £41K
    £41,048
    £1.4M
    £1,441,936
    7
  10. No cover art for Henry Portrait of a Serial Killer

    Henry Portrait of a Serial Killer


    Directed by:
    John McNaughton
    Starring:
    Mary Demas
    Michael Rooker
    Anne Bartoletti


    £33.9K
    £33,886
    £313.4K
    £313,443
    4
  11. The Silence of the Lambs

    The Silence of the Lambs


    Directed by:
    Starring:


    £14.9K
    £14,907
    £8.8M
    £8,842,797
    10
  12. A Kiss Before Dying

    A Kiss Before Dying


    Directed by:
    James Dearden
    Starring:
    Matt Dillon
    Sean Young
    Max von Sydow


    £3.7K
    £3,713
    £695K
    £695,035
    8
  13. Where Angels Fear to Tread

    Where Angels Fear to Tread


    Directed by:
    Charles Sturridge
    Starring:


    £2K
    £1,993
    £304.1K
    £304,055
    7
  14. L.A. Story

    L.A. Story


    Directed by:
    Starring:


    £793
    £793
    £4.1M
    £4,106,779
    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.

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 *

2nd August 1991 - 4th August 1991

1.
w/e
£2.2M
total
£7.1M
Director:
Stars:

2.
w/e
£1.6M
total
£1.6M
Director:
Stars:
Billy Campbell
Jennifer Connelly
Alan Arkin

3.
w/e
£1.1M
total
£3M
Director:
Stars:

4.
w/e
£1M
total
£1M
Director:
Stars:

Director:
Stars:

6.
w/e
£209.7K
total
£3.6M
Director:
Stars:

7.
w/e
£200.4K
total
£200.4K
Director:
Don BluthGary Goldman
Dan Kuenster
Stars:
Phil Harris
Glen Campbell
Eddie Deezen

8.
w/e
£76.1K
total
£311.4K
Director:
Alek Keshishian
Stars:
Madonna
Donna DeLory
Niki Harris

9.
w/e
£41K
total
£1.4M
Director:
Stars:

10.
w/e
£33.9K
total
£313.4K
Director:
John McNaughton
Stars:
Mary Demas
Michael Rooker
Anne Bartoletti

11.
w/e
£14.9K
total
£8.8M
Director:
Stars:

12.
w/e
£3.7K
total
£695K
Director:
James Dearden
Stars:
Matt Dillon
Sean Young
Max von Sydow

13.
w/e
£2K
total
£304.1K
Director:
Charles Sturridge
Stars:

14.
w/e
£793
total
£4.1M
Director:
Stars:

* 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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