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DIRECTED BY MARTIN SCORSESE

The Color of Money 1987

The Color of Money

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Starring

Paul Newman
Helen Shaver
Bill Cobbs
Robert Agins
Alvin Anastasia
Randall Arney
Elizabeth Bracco
Vito DAmbrosio
Ron Dean
Lisa Dodson
Donald A. Feeney
Paul Geier
Carey Goldenberg
Joe Guastaferro
Paul Herman
Mark Jarvis
Lawrence Linn
Keith McCready
Jimmy Mataya
Grady Mathews
Carol Messing
Steve Mizerak
Rick Mohr
Lloyd Moss
Michael Nash
Mario Nieves
Miguel Nino
Andy Nolfo
Ernest Perry Jr.
Jerry Piller
Iggy Pop
Richard Price
Juan Ramirez
Alex Ross
Peter Saxe
Charles Scorsese
Rodrick Selby
Christina Sigel
Harold L. Simonsen
Fred Squillo
Brian Sunina
Wanda Christine
Jim Widlowski
Bruce A. Young
Jim Hendricks
Kevin Bassett
Stephen Burrows
Robert Minkoff
Martin Scorsese
Mr. Skin
Howard Vickery
Lenny Wilson
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1987
Certificates

15 age rating
Release dates
UK release date UK release: 6th March 1987
Total grosses
UK total gross
United Kingdom Flag  £1.9 Million
US total gross
United States Flag  $52.3 Million
Global total gross
Global Flag  $55.6 Million
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First viewed:
16th Mar 2016
Last viewed:
21st Jan 2022
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22nd September 2020
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One of Scorsese's best, gave Newman an Oscar and put Cruise on the acting map.
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15th August 2020
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Paul Newman won his only Oscar for his fantastic performance in this critically acclaimed film.
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Top Grossing Movie Chart Position
UK total gross
£1,856,761
2614
The Color of Money
2615

US total gross
$52,293,982
1596
The Color of Money

UK Age Rating
UK BBFC Certificate: 15
Genres
UK Box Office Info

Highest chart position: 1

Weeks on box office: 14

UK Box Office Chart History
Date
Place
Week
Total
The Color of Money
1N
£697,253
£697,253
1▲▼
£435,783
£1,133,036
2
£272,364
£1,405,400
4
£170,228
£1,575,628
5
£106,393
£1,682,021
6
£66,496
£1,748,517
6▲▼
£41,560
£1,790,077
7
£25,975
£1,816,052
8
£16,234
£1,832,286
9
£10,146
£1,842,432
10
£6,341
£1,848,773
8
£3,963
£1,852,736
6
£2,477
£1,855,213
7
£1,548
£1,856,761
US Box Office Chart History
No US box office info
Global Box Office Release Breakdown
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  • Brazil Brazil
  • United Kingdom United Kingdom
News from around the web

It's been announced that after 22 years a sequel to the 1987 smash hit film Wall Street is to be made, is this good news, a sequel to a landmark film? It may be a case of dragging up the old and trying to breath new life into them like many of the atrocious remakes of '80's horror films that seems to be the fashion at the moment, but the good news here is that not only is Michael Douglas back as the money obsessed ruthless Gordon Gekko but Oliver Stone is back to write ad direct.

What will be interesting, and with Stone behind the script it's highly likely, will be the contrasts the new film will have with it's predecessor, the '80's was an age of richness and greed and when ruthless men on Wall Street didn't take lunch because they were too busy making money.

The naughties (2000 - 2009) have been an age when Wall Street in particular has been struck by tragedy that has changed peoples attitudes and the world is in the midst of a recession that in particular has his the financial industry, what a difference 20 years makes.

Douglas of course won the Oscar for his his lead in the original, if they can pull off a similar fate to that of The Color of Money for Paul Newman he may just do it again, lets just hope the title is not Wall Street 2!