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Historical U.K. Weekend Box Office *

17th May 1996 - 19th May 1996

W/E Gross
Total Gross
Weeks
  1. Money Train

    Money Train


    Directed by:
    Starring:


    £2.1M
    £2,088,440
    £2.1M
    £2,088,440
    New
  2. Twelve Monkeys

    Twelve Monkeys


    Directed by:
    Starring:
    Bruce Willis
    Madeleine Stowe
    Brad Pitt


    £1.6M
    £1,601,042
    £15.5M
    £15,533,629
    5
  3. Toy Story

    Toy Story


    Directed by:
    John Lasseter
    Starring:


    £1.2M
    £1,230,094
    £19M
    £18,959,825
    9
  4. Mr. Hollands Opus

    Mr. Hollands Opus


    Directed by:
    Starring:
    Richard Dreyfuss
    Glenne Headly
    Jay Thomas


    £632.4K
    £632,440
    £1.9M
    £1,871,367
    2
  5. Executive Decision

    Executive Decision


    Directed by:
    Stuart Baird
    Starring:


    £608.7K
    £608,721
    £2M
    £2,015,444
    2
  6. The Birdcage

    The Birdcage


    Directed by:
    Starring:


    £227.1K
    £227,090
    £5.8M
    £5,762,408
    4
  7. Broken Arrow

    Broken Arrow


    Directed by:
    John Woo
    Starring:


    £167.2K
    £167,155
    £4M
    £4,000,500
    6
  8. Things to Do In Denver When You

    Things to Do In Denver When You're Dead


    Directed by:
    Gary Fleder
    Starring:
    Andy Garcia
    Christopher Lloyd
    William Forsythe


    £133.6K
    £133,579
    £836.2K
    £836,237
    3
  9. Copycat

    Copycat


    Directed by:
    Jon Amiel
    Starring:
    Sigourney Weaver
    Holly Hunter
    Dermot Mulroney


    £105.9K
    £105,863
    £2M
    £2,023,443
    4
  10. Sense and Sensibility

    Sense and Sensibility


    Directed by:
    Ang Lee
    Starring:


    £85.5K
    £85,498
    £13.5M
    £13,539,000
    13
  11. Richard III

    Richard III


    Directed by:
    Richard Loncraine
    Starring:


    £60.3K
    £60,301
    £403.2K
    £403,233
    4
  12. Mighty Aphrodite

    Mighty Aphrodite


    Directed by:
    Woody Allen
    Starring:
    F. Murray Abraham
    Woody Allen
    Claire Bloom


    £51.3K
    £51,336
    £3.5M
    £3,452,347
    6
  13. City Hall

    City Hall


    Directed by:
    Harold Becker
    Starring:


    £27.1K
    £27,121
    £1.3M
    £1,328,895
    6
  14. Mary Reilly

    Mary Reilly


    Directed by:
    Starring:


    £25.4K
    £25,365
    £234.6K
    £234,625
    4
  15. Barb Wire

    Barb Wire


    Directed by:
    David Hogan
    Starring:
    Pamela Anderson
    Temuera Morrison
    Victoria Rowell


    £16.2K
    £16,186
    £157.8K
    £157,814
    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 *

17th May 1996 - 19th May 1996

1.
w/e
£2.1M
total
£2.1M
Director:
Stars:

2.
w/e
£1.6M
total
£15.5M
Director:
Stars:
Bruce Willis
Madeleine Stowe
Brad Pitt

3.
w/e
£1.2M
total
£19M
Director:
John Lasseter
Stars:

4.
w/e
£632.4K
total
£1.9M
Director:
Stars:
Richard Dreyfuss
Glenne Headly
Jay Thomas

5.
w/e
£608.7K
total
£2M
Director:
Stuart Baird
Stars:

6.
w/e
£227.1K
total
£5.8M
Director:
Stars:

7.
w/e
£167.2K
total
£4M
Director:
John Woo
Stars:

Director:
Gary Fleder
Stars:
Andy Garcia
Christopher Lloyd
William Forsythe

9.
w/e
£105.9K
total
£2M
Director:
Jon Amiel
Stars:
Sigourney Weaver
Holly Hunter
Dermot Mulroney

10.
w/e
£85.5K
total
£13.5M
Director:
Ang Lee
Stars:

11.
w/e
£60.3K
total
£403.2K
Director:
Richard Loncraine
Stars:

12.
w/e
£51.3K
total
£3.5M
Director:
Woody Allen
Stars:
F. Murray Abraham
Woody Allen
Claire Bloom

13.
w/e
£27.1K
total
£1.3M
Director:
Harold Becker
Stars:

14.
w/e
£25.4K
total
£234.6K
Director:
Stars:

15.
w/e
£16.2K
total
£157.8K
Director:
David Hogan
Stars:
Pamela Anderson
Temuera Morrison
Victoria Rowell

* 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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