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Historical U.K. Weekend Box Office *

7th February 1992 - 9th February 1992

W/E Gross
Total Gross
Weeks
  1. Father of the Bride

    Father of the Bride


    Directed by:
    Charles Shyer
    Starring:
    Steve Martin
    Diane Keaton
    Kimberly Williams-Paisley


    £2.3M
    £2,325,082
    £2.3M
    £2,325,082
    New
  2. Double Impact

    Double Impact


    Directed by:
    Sheldon Lettich
    Starring:
    Jean-Claude Van Damme
    Geoffrey Lewis
    Alonna Shaw


    £1M
    £1,026,229
    £3.3M
    £3,283,933
    2
  3. My Girl

    My Girl


    Directed by:
    Howard Zieff
    Starring:


    £965.3K
    £965,278
    £965.3K
    £965,278
    New
  4. JFK

    JFK


    Directed by:
    Starring:
    Sally Kirkland
    Anthony Ramirez
    Ray LePere


    £877.1K
    £877,125
    £6.1M
    £6,139,875
    3
  5. Freddys Dead: The Final Nightmare

    Freddys Dead: The Final Nightmare


    Directed by:
    Rachel Talalay
    Starring:
    Robert Englund
    Lisa Zane
    Shon Greenblatt


    £359K
    £359,023
    £4.5M
    £4,532,670
    4
  6. No cover art for For the Boys

    For the Boys


    Directed by:
    Mark Rydell
    Starring:
    Bette Midler
    James Caan
    George Segal


    £290.4K
    £290,374
    £290.4K
    £290,374
    New
  7. Bill & Teds Bogus Journey

    Bill & Teds Bogus Journey


    Directed by:
    Peter Hewitt
    Starring:


    £84.7K
    £84,732
    £5.3M
    £5,338,094
    6
  8. Little Man Tate

    Little Man Tate


    Directed by:
    Jodie Foster
    Starring:
    Jodie Foster
    Alex Lee
    Adam Hann-Byrd


    £52K
    £52,039
    £780.6K
    £780,582
    4
  9. Frankie and Johnny

    Frankie and Johnny


    Directed by:
    Starring:


    £46.6K
    £46,649
    £699.7K
    £699,735
    4
  10. The Addams Family

    The Addams Family


    Directed by:
    Barry Sonnenfeld
    Starring:
    Anjelica Huston
    Raul Julia
    Christopher Lloyd


    £31.2K
    £31,195
    £9M
    £8,972,413
    9
  11. The People Under the Stairs

    The People Under the Stairs


    Directed by:
    Starring:
    Brandon Quintin Adams
    Everett McGill
    Wendy Robie


    £24.5K
    £24,482
    £2.6M
    £2,644,018
    7
  12. No cover art for Dutch

    Dutch


    Directed by:
    Peter FaimanPreston A. Whitmore II
    David Wolfgang
    Starring:
    Ed O'Neill
    Malcolm David Kelley
    Ethan Embry


    £21.2K
    £21,164
    £148.1K
    £148,144
    3
  13. Delicatessen

    Delicatessen


    Directed by:
    Marc CaroJean-Pierre Jeunet
    Starring:
    Pascal Benezech
    Dominique Pinon
    Marie-Laure Dougnac


    £14.9K
    £14,871
    £936.9K
    £936,850
    6
  14. Blame It On the Bellboy

    Blame It On the Bellboy


    Directed by:
    Starring:
    Dudley Moore
    Bryan Brown
    Richard Griffiths


    £13.4K
    £13,370
    £93.6K
    £93,587
    3
  15. No cover art for The Pleasure Principle

    The Pleasure Principle


    Directed by:
    David Cohen
    Starring:
    Peter Firth
    Chloë Davies
    Haydn Gwynne


    £8.5K
    £8,535
    £25.6K
    £25,605
    2
* 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 February 1992 - 9th February 1992

1.
w/e
£2.3M
total
£2.3M
Director:
Charles Shyer
Stars:
Steve Martin
Diane Keaton
Kimberly Williams-Paisley

2.
w/e
£1M
total
£3.3M
Director:
Sheldon Lettich
Stars:
Jean-Claude Van Damme
Geoffrey Lewis
Alonna Shaw

3.
w/e
£965.3K
total
£965.3K
Director:
Howard Zieff
Stars:

4.
w/e
£877.1K
total
£6.1M
Director:
Stars:
Sally Kirkland
Anthony Ramirez
Ray LePere

Director:
Rachel Talalay
Stars:
Robert Englund
Lisa Zane
Shon Greenblatt

6.
w/e
£290.4K
total
£290.4K
Director:
Mark Rydell
Stars:
Bette Midler
James Caan
George Segal

7.
w/e
£84.7K
total
£5.3M
Director:
Peter Hewitt
Stars:

8.
w/e
£52K
total
£780.6K
Director:
Jodie Foster
Stars:
Jodie Foster
Alex Lee
Adam Hann-Byrd

9.
w/e
£46.6K
total
£699.7K
Director:
Stars:

10.
w/e
£31.2K
total
£9M
Director:
Barry Sonnenfeld
Stars:
Anjelica Huston
Raul Julia
Christopher Lloyd

11.
w/e
£24.5K
total
£2.6M
Director:
Stars:
Brandon Quintin Adams
Everett McGill
Wendy Robie

12.
w/e
£21.2K
total
£148.1K
Director:
Peter FaimanPreston A. Whitmore II
David Wolfgang
Stars:
Ed O'Neill
Malcolm David Kelley
Ethan Embry

13.
w/e
£14.9K
total
£936.9K
Director:
Marc CaroJean-Pierre Jeunet
Stars:
Pascal Benezech
Dominique Pinon
Marie-Laure Dougnac

14.
w/e
£13.4K
total
£93.6K
Director:
Stars:
Dudley Moore
Bryan Brown
Richard Griffiths

15.
w/e
£8.5K
total
£25.6K
Director:
David Cohen
Stars:
Peter Firth
Chloë Davies
Haydn Gwynne

* 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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