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DIRECTED BY KENNETH BRANAGH

Dead Again 1991

Dead Again

Directed by

Starring

Derek Jacobi
Derek Jacobi
Actor
Character
Kenneth Branagh
Roman Strauss / Mike Church
Andy Garcia
Gray Baker
Grace / Margaret Strauss
Lois Hall
Sister Constance
Richard Easton
Father Timothy
Jo Anderson
Sister Madeleine / Starlet
Patrick Montes
Pickup Driver
Raymond Cruz
Supermarket Clerk
Dr. Cozy Carlisle
Wayne Knight
'Piccolo' Pete Dugan
Patrick Doyle
Cop #1 - Hospital Elevator / Party Guest #2
Erik Kilpatrick
Cop #2 - Hospital Elevator
Gordana Rashovich
Handcuffed Woman - Hospital Elevator
Franklyn Madson
Obba Babatunde
Syd - Restaurant Owner
Christine Ebersole
Lydia Larson
Vasek Simek
Otto Kline
Hanna Schygulla
Inga
Gregor Hesse
Frankie
John Gould Rubin
Ray - Echo Park Cafe Owner
Campbell Scott
Doug O'Malley
Steven Culp
Party Guest #1
Yvette Freeman
Rest Home Nurse
Mrs. Tupper
Ralph G. Morse
Reporter
Peter Riga
Costume Party Waiter
Tina Rucker
Otto's Friend
Anthony Welch
Costume Party Guest
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 107 minutes (1 hrs 47 mins)
UK release date UK release: 25th October 1991
 BBFC Age Rating:  15 age rating
US release date US release: 30th August 1991
MPAA Age Rating: Dead Again R age rating 
UK total gross
United Kingdom Flag  £3.2 Million
US total gross
United States Flag  $38 Million
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Top Grossing Movie Chart Position
UK total gross
£3,188,416
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Dead Again
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US total gross
$38,016,380
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UK Age Rating
UK BBFC Certificate: 15
Genres
Popular in these countries
  • Ireland Ireland
  • Finland Finland
  • Denmark Denmark
UK Box Office Info

Highest chart position: 2

Weeks on box office: 10

UK Box Office Chart History
Date
Place
Week
Total
Dead Again
3N
£1,052,427
£1,052,427
3▲▼
£751,734
£1,804,161
2
£536,953
£2,341,114
5
£298,307
£2,639,421
4
£213,076
£2,852,497
6
£152,197
£3,004,694
7
£84,554
£3,089,248
8
£46,974
£3,136,222
9
£33,553
£3,169,775
12
£18,641
£3,188,416
US Box Office Chart History
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Global Box Office Release Breakdown
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Belfast Review (TIFF 2021)  JoBlo.com Tue, 14th September 2021

Interview With 'Dead Again' (2021) Star Elliot Cable  PopHorror Sun, 2nd May 2021

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Jane Powell, Hollywood’s Girl Next Door, Is Dead at 92  The New York Times Thu, 16th September 2021

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First Trailer for Kenneth Branagh's Film 'Belfast' Starring Jude Hill  First Showing Fri, 3rd September 2021

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Twenty years ago
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Historical charts

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