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Judy

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Starring

Actor
Character
Judy Garland
Jessie Buckley
Rosalyn Wilder
Finn Wittrock
Mickey Deans
Rufus Sewell
Sidney Luft
Gemma-Leah Devereux
Liza Minnelli
Bernard Delfont
Bella Ramsey
Lorna Luft
Andy Nyman
Dan
Gaia Weiss
Abbie
Philippe Spall
L.A. Cab Driver
Fenella Woolgar
Margaret Hamilton
Royce Pierreson
Burt
Phil Dunster
Ben
Darci Shaw
Young Judy
Diana Alexandra Pocol
Young Ava Gardner
John Dagleish
Lonnie Donegan
Lucy Russell
Publicist
Kate Margo
Talk of Town Waitress
Tom Durant Pritchard
Ken Frisch
Julian Ferro
Judy's Guest
Gillian Parkhouse
Fine Feather Dancer
Tim Ahern
Walter Rickerts
Matt Nalton
Music Director
Luke Fetherston
Judy's Choreographer
Bentley Kalu
Georgie
Jack Jagodka
Tanned men
Arthur McBain
Askith
Natasha Powell
Ethel Gumm
Emily Ferrier
Judy's Party Guest
David Shields
Bailey
Lewin Lloyd
Joey Luft
Martyn Mayger
Johnnie Ray's drummer
John Mackay
Johnnie Ray
Pierre Bergman
Cabaret Audience Member
Patrick Loh
Theatre Passerby
Stuart Whelan
Film Crew Member
Israel Ruiz
London Photographer
David Rubin
Noel
Zina Esepciuc
Barmaid
Joelle Dyson
Fine Feather Girl
Zivile Matikiene
Ceasers Audience
Martin Bratanov
Male Audience
Marco Mastrocola
Latin drummer
Alistair Cope
Audience Heckler
Jules Tait
Alto Sax Player Burt's Band
Nick Davison
Backstage Crew Member
Robert Ryan
Paparazzi Photographer
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Year: 2019
 118 minutes (1 hrs 58 mins)
UK release date UK release: 2nd October 2019
 BBFC Age Rating:  12A age rating
US release date US release: 27th September 2019
UK total gross
  £8.3 Million
US total gross
  $24.3 Million
Global total gross
  $42.7 Million
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This weeks UK box office

Judy is number 30 on the UK box office this week.

Top Grossing Movie Chart Position
UK total gross
£8,283,978
779
Judy
780

UK Age Rating
UK BBFC Certificate: 12A
Genres
Popular in these countries
  •  United Kingdom
  •  United States
UK Box Office Info

Highest chart position: 2

Weeks on box office: 5

UK Box Office Chart History
Date
Place
Week
Total
Judy
2N
£2,086,969
£2,086,969
4
£1,130,442
£4,722,052
8
£520,932
£6,277,344
12
£251,189
£7,077,068
14
£167,093
£7,535,531
21
£78,444
£7,822,788
21▲▼
£28,503
£7,963,365
33
£8,878
£8,034,361
42
£4,135
£8,081,795
53
£992
£8,089,659
37
£974
£8,094,205
39
£851
£8,096,351
30
£3,605
£8,103,478
39
£1,660
£8,117,150
41
£1,567
£8,161,177
40
£1,915
£8,180,486
44
£539
£8,196,368
47
£315
£8,198,796
36
£900
£8,202,114
34
£253
£8,281,846
31
£745
£8,283,449
30
£529
£8,283,978
US Box Office Info

Highest US chart position: 6

Weeks on US box office: 24

US Box Office Chart History
Date
Place
Week
Total
7N
$2,910,160
$2,910,160
6
$4,598,798
$9,057,241
7
$3,217,960
$14,936,811
8
$2,093,144
$19,055,282
13
$1,218,301
$21,551,677
18
$574,988
$22,920,917
26
$216,906
$23,488,450
32
$93,909
$23,722,439
38
$42,546
$23,851,735
42
$14,715
$23,887,825
47
$10,442
$23,930,036
46
$19,319
$23,965,489
44
$7,725
$23,997,202
43
$9,218
$24,014,054
53
$4,694
$24,026,781
45
$12,519
$24,044,816
36
$24,277
$24,083,757
41
$16,320
$24,130,018
45
$13,311
$24,168,456
47
$12,496
$24,193,742
42
$24,092
$24,245,927
51
$16,242
$24,284,750
59
$7,396
$24,307,136
77
$1,594
$24,313,888
Global Box Office Release Breakdown
No Box Office Release Data
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