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Money Train

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Starring

Actor
Character
Charlie Robinson
Grace Santiago
Robert Blake
Donald Patterson
Chris Cooper
Torch
Joe Grifasi
Riley
Scott Sowers
Mr. Brown
Skipp Sudduth
Kowalski
Vincent Laresca
Subway Robber
Nelson Vasquez
Subway Robber
Vincent Patrick
Frank the Bartender
Aida Turturro
Woman on Platform
Alvaleta Guess
Woman on Platform
Vincent Pastore
Gambler
David Tawil
Gambler
Ron Ryan
Gambler
Gregory McKinney
Guard
Mitch Kolpan
Guard
Jeremy Roberts
Guard
John Norman Thomas
Detective
Oni Faida Lampley
Dispatcher
Jack O'Connell
Dispatcher
Saul Stein
Brown's Enforcer
Manny Siverio
Brown's Enforcer
John Cenatiempo
Brown's Enforcer
Enrico Colantoni
Dooley
Christopher Anthony Young
Guard with Dooley
Dean Norris
Guard with Dooley
Richard Grove
Motorman
Steven Randazzo
Guy at Bar
William Charlton
Businessman
Moss Porter
Mickey
Keith Leon Williams
Darryl
Jose Zuniga
Victor
Thomas G. Waites
Barricade Captain
Leikili Mark
Punk Girl
Kevin Guy Brown
Punk Guy
Bill Nunn
Crash Train Motorman
Sharon Schaffer
Token Clerk
Angel Caban
Decoy Cop
Joe Bacino
Decoy Cop
Jose Soto
Hood
Lawrence Gilliard Jr.
Hood
Flex Alexander
Hood
Michael Artura
Captain #2
Mark Weil
Stockbroker
Joseph Wilson Ayesu
Little Joe
Katie Gill
Crosswalk Child
Cody Gill
Crosswalk Child
Anthony Backman
Man on Platform
Greg Bronson
New Years Eve Reveler
John Bryant
Subway Passenger
Mary L. Davis
Times Square Celebrant
Catherine Dudley-Rose
Cop's Girlfriend
Harrison Freed
Bar Patron
Dan Griffin
New Years Eve reveler
Patricia Holihan
Bar Patron
Kent Klineman
Transit Worker
Marshall Dancing Elk Lucas
Passenger
Scott McKinley
Transit Cop
Dale Resteghini
New Yorker
Windi Washington
Woman on Platform
Year: 1996
 110 minutes (1 hrs 50 mins)
UK release date UK release: 17th May 1996
 BBFC Age Rating:  18 age rating
US release date US release: 22nd November 1995
MPAA Age Rating: Money Train R age rating 
UK total gross
  £4.2 Million
US total gross
  $35.4 Million
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Top Grossing Movie Chart Position
UK total gross
£4,175,201
1521
Money Train
1522

US total gross
$35,431,113
2165
Money Train

UK Age Rating
UK BBFC Certificate: 18
Genres
Popular in these countries
  •  United Kingdom
  •  Russia
  •  Jamaica
UK Box Office Info

Highest chart position: 1

Weeks on box office: 8

UK Box Office Chart History
Date
Place
Week
Total
Money Train
1N
£2,088,440
£2,088,440
5
£835,376
£2,923,816
6
£556,917
£3,480,733
6▲▼
£371,278
£3,852,011
9
£185,639
£4,037,650
13
£74,256
£4,111,906
16
£29,702
£4,141,608
16▲▼
£19,801
£4,161,409
16▲▼
£7,920
£4,169,329
18
£3,168
£4,172,497
15
£1,267
£4,173,764
16
£845
£4,174,609
15
£423
£4,175,032
16
£169
£4,175,201
US Box Office Info

Highest US chart position: 4

Weeks on US box office: 4

US Box Office Chart History
Date
Place
Week
Total
4N
$10,608,297
$15,520,335
4▲▼
$6,017,676
$24,117,687
6
$3,405,222
$29,225,796
10
$1,750,446
$32,051,577
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Historical charts

A year ago
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Five years ago
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Fifteen years ago
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Twenty years ago
Toy Story made its way back to the top of the charts while Money Train was the highest new film of the week.

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