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DIRECTED BY KEVIN COSTNER

Dances With Wolves 1991

Dances With Wolves

Directed by

Starring

Kevin Costner
Kevin Costner
Actor
Character
Lieutenant Dunbar
Mary McDonnell
Stands With A Fist
Graham Greene
Kicking Bird
Rodney A. Grant
Wind In His Hair
Floyd Red Crow Westerman
Ten Bears
Tantoo Cardinal
Black Shawl
Robert Pastorelli
Timmons
Charles Rocket
Lieutenant Elgin
Maury Chaykin
Major Fambrough
Jimmy Herman
Stone Calf
Nathan Lee Chasing His Horse
Smiles A Lot
Michael Spears
Otter
Jason R. Lone Hill
Worm
Tony Pierce
Spivey
Doris Leader Charge
Pretty Shield
Tom Everett
Sergeant Pepper
Larry Joshua
Sergeant Bauer
Kirk Baltz
Edwards
Wayne Grace
Major
Donald Hotton
General Tide
Annie Costner
Christine
Conor Duffy
Willie
Elisa Daniel
Christine's Mother
Percy White Plume
Big Warrior
John Tail
Escort Warrior
Steve Reevis
Sioux #1 / Warrior #1
Sheldon Peters Wolfchild
Sioux #2 / Warrior #2
Wes Studi
Toughest Pawnee
Buffalo Child
Pawnee #1
Clayton Big Eagle
Pawnee #2
Richard Leader Charge
Pawnee #3
Redwing Ted Nez
Sioux Warrior
Marvin Holy
Sioux Warrior
Raymond Newholy
Sioux Courier
David J. Fuller
Kicking Bird's Son
Ryan White Bull
Kicking Bird's Eldest Son
Otakuye Conroy
Kicking Bird's Daughter
Maretta Big Crow
Village Mother
Steven Chambers
Guard
William H. Burton Jr.
General's Aide
Bill W. Curry
Confederate Cavalryman
Nick Thompson
Confederate Soldier
Carter Hanner
Confederate Soldier
Kent Hays
Wagon Driver
Robert Goldman
Union Soldier
Frank P. Costanza
Tucker
James A. Mitchell
Ray
R.L. Curtin
Ambush Wagon Driver
Justin
Cisco
Teddy
Two Socks - a Wolf
Buck
Two Socks - a Wolf
Michael Horton
Captain Cargill - extended version
J. Wesley Adams
Settler
Linda Allen
Female Barber
Bill Costner
Union Soldier
David Rambow
Background Artist: Union Soldier
William Rossman
Union soldier
Jim Wilson
Doctor
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UK release date UK release: 8th February 1991
 BBFC Age Rating:  15 age rating
US release date US release: 21st November 1990
UK total gross
United Kingdom Flag  £10.6 Million
US total gross
United States Flag  $184.2 Million
Global total gross
Global Flag  $424.2 Million
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Without doubt, this is the movie for which Kevin Costner will be best remembered for.
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Top Grossing Movie Chart Position
UK total gross
£10,598,273
595
Dances With Wolves
596

US total gross
$184,208,848
242
Dances With Wolves

Global total gross
$424,208,848
281
Dances With Wolves
UK Age Rating
UK BBFC Certificate: 15
Genres
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  • United Kingdom United Kingdom
  • Ireland Ireland
  • Gibraltar Gibraltar
UK Box Office Info

Highest chart position: 1

Weeks on box office: 18

UK Box Office Chart History
Date
Place
Week
Total
Dances With Wolves
2N
£1,719,655
£1,719,655
2▲▼
£1,322,812
£3,042,467
4
£661,406
£3,703,873
4▲▼
£330,703
£4,034,576
7
£132,281
£4,166,857
7▲▼
£66,141
£4,232,998
11
£33,071
£4,266,069
13
£25,439
£4,291,508
1
£2,519,655
£6,811,163
2
£1,938,196
£8,749,359
3
£969,098
£9,718,457
3▲▼
£387,639
£10,106,096
5
£193,820
£10,299,916
6
£149,092
£10,449,008
9
£59,637
£10,508,645
12
£45,875
£10,554,520
15
£18,350
£10,572,870
15▲▼
£14,115
£10,586,985
17
£10,317
£10,598,273
US Box Office Chart History
No US box office info
Global Box Office Release Breakdown
No global box office info
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