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  1. enzo1988

    True Box Office Hits before 1980

    Exactly. In 1979 was re-issued.
  2. enzo1988

    True Box Office Hits before 1980

    Films that maybe not surpassed 30 millions in his initial release 1936 SAN FRANCISCO (was re-issued in 1948) 1942 CASABLANCA (was re-issued in 1949) 1961 THE ABSENT-MINDED PROFESSOR (was re-issued in 1967 and 1975) Corrections 1939 GONE WITH THE WIND 59,50 m (from user Arlo) 1940 BOOM TOWN 33,28 m (was re-issued in 1947) 1943 FOR WHOM THE BELL TOLLS 46,34 m (was re-issued in 1945) 1946 THE BEST YEARS OF OUR LIVES 59,42 m (was re-issued in 1954) DUEL IN THE SUN 57,14 m (was re-issued in 1954) 1949 SAMSON AND DELILAH 42,65 m (was re-issued in 1959) 1951 QUO VADIS 40,56 m (was re-issued in 1964) 1954 20,000 LEAGUES UNDER THE SEA 40 m 1956 THE TEN COMMANDMENTS 131 m AROUND THE WORLD IN 80 DAYS 80 m 1959 BEN-HUR 132,94 m (was re-issued in 1969) 1961 WEST SIDE STORY 47,10 m (was re-issued in 1968 and 1971) THE PARENT TRAP 30,32 (was re-issued in 1968) 1962 LAWRENCE OF ARABIA 42,82 m (was re-issued in 1971 and 1989) 1973 AMERICAN GRAFFITI 56,13 m (was re-issued in 1978) 1974 THE TOWERING INFERNO 59,18 m EARTHQUAKE 42,62 m 1977 STAR WARS 120,68 m Here you have the corrections. You can all participate or correct. I'm sure I was wrong in some film.
  3. enzo1988

    True Box Office Hits before 1980

    1970 LOVE STORY 66,49 m * AIRPORT 64,82 m **** M*A*S*H 42,19 m * PATTON 39,83 **** 1971 BILLY JACK 56,09 m * FIDDLER ON THE ROOF 41,85 m * THE FRENCH CONNECTION 31,33 m **** 1972 THE POSEIDON ADVENTURE 48,73 m * WHAT’S UP, DOC? 38,82 m **** 1973 THE STING 81,65 m * THE EXORCIST 81,17 m * 1974 THE TOWERING INFERNO 56,58 m * THE TRIAL OF BILLY JACK 46,88 m * BLAZING SADDLES 45,63 m * YOUNG FRANKENSTEIN 42,08 m * 1975 JAWS 100,50 m * ROCKY HORROR PICTURE SHOW 55,06 m **** ONE FLEW OVER THE CUCKOO’S NEST 53,68 m **** 1976 ROCKY 55,04 m **** A STAR IS BORN 35,87 m * ALL THE PRESIDENT’S MEN 33,14 m **** 1977 CLOSE ENCOUNTERS OF THE THIRD KIND 65,92 m * SATURDAY NIGHT FEVER 57,48 m * SMOKEY AND THE BANDIT 56,83 m **** THE GOODBYE GIRL 37,53 m * 1978 GREASE 70,86 m **** NATIONAL LAMPOON’S ANIMAL 51,32 m **** JAWS 2 43,98 m * EVERY WHICH WAY BUT LOOSE 38,32 m * HOOPER 30 m * 1979 THE AMITYVILLE HORROR 34,43 m **** ROCKY II 33,93 m **** When I have time I will look to correct some data that could be wrong maybe. Maybe surprise the data from movies like "The exorcist" or "Jaws". But it is for the reason that they had re-releases that have been ignored by many. And in fact it is difficult to find information. For example "Jaws" was re-released in (when it had been months out of theaters) 1976 and 1979.
  4. enzo1988

    True Box Office Hits before 1980

    I offer you new additions. Some based on my estimates. Other blog excerpts: https://boxofficemadness.wordpress.com/ (this blog is the closest thing to boxofficechampions that can be found today, in fact it has very similar and very consistent data). Other by user Walt Disney. And the last ones of Box Office Mojo (that sometimes I agree). 1953 THE ROBE (1953) 60 m (millions of admissions) * FROM HERE TO ETERNITY (1953) 47,46 m *** SHANE (1952) 32,90 m * 1954 WHITE CHRISTMAS (1954) 58,13 * THE CAINE MUTINY (1954) 42,13 m * 20,000 LEAGUES UNDER THE SEA (1954) 35,55 m ** THE GLENN MILLER STORY (1954) 31,11 m ** 1955 BATTLE CRY 34,80 m * OKLAHOMA 31,55 m * LADY AND THE TRAMP 31,48 m * 1956 AROUND THE WORLD IN 80 DAYS 88 m ** GIANT 56 m ** 1957 PEYTON PLACE 46 m ** 1958 SOUTH PACIFIC 73,60 m * AUNTIE MAME 38,89 m * CAT ON A HOT TIN ROOF 35,14 m ** 1959 THE SHAGGY DOG 30,58 m * 1960 SPARTACUS 40,39 m ** PSYCHO 38,47 m * EXODUS 32,67 m ** THE ALAMO 31,05 m ** 1961 101 DALMATIANS 39,49 m * THE GUNS OF NAVARONE 41,07 m * THE PARENT TRAP 35,70 m * THE ABSENT-MINDED PROFESSOR 32,17 m * 1963 CLEOPATRA 61,17 m ** TOM JONES 43,39 m * IT’S A MAD, MAD, MAD, MAD WORLD 44,25 m * 1964 MARY POPPINS 55,91 m * THE CARPETBAGGERS 33,33 ** 1965 THE SOUND OF MUSIC 135,57 m * 1966 HAWAII 31,10 m * 1967 THE GRADUATE 79,68 m * GUESS WHO’S COMING TO DINNER 43,25 m **** THE DIRTY DOZEN 36,51 m * TO SIR WITH LOVE 34,69 * VALLEY OF THE DOLLS 33,33 m ** 1968 FUNNY GIRL 40 m **** 2001: A SPACE ODYSSEY 35,77 m * THE ODD COUPLE 33,28 m * THE LOVE BUG 32,23 * BULLITT 31,61 m * 1969 BUTCH CASSIDY AND THE SUNDANCE KID 44,82 m * MIDNIGHT COWBOY 31,53 m **** * My estimations ** From boxofficemadness *** From user Walt Disney **** From Box Office Mojo As I said before, I only consider initial releases. (With exceptions such as "Gone wtith the wind" or "Star Wars" that had initial re-releases so close (that sometimes there are only months or even days of distance) of their initial run that many consider it as one.
  5. First of all, I hope you will excuse me for my bad English. First of all, I hope you will excuse me for my bad English. But I think it is time to reach a consensus on the most viewed movies (based on admissions) between 1915 and 1930. I have been researching this topic for many years. Box Office Mojo is very well in data questión from 1980 to the present. But before 1980 it has inflated, erroneous and insuffient data. That's why I'd like you to help me with this topic. I will expose (according to the time that I have) data that I have been found. And I hope you can correct me. Because I'm sure more than one will be wrong. At the moment I will expose the data that I could save from this blog before it was privatized and disappeared a short time later. http://boxofficechampions.wordpress.com To see if with luck and your help we can get to discover what were the movies (in its initial run) that really exceeded 30 million admissions. TOTAL ADMISSION TICKETS OF THE 1910s and of 1920s Rank Film – Actors Year Tickets 1 THE BIRTH OF A NATION Lillian Gish, Mae Marsh 1915 66.000.000 2 HEARTS OF THE WORLD D.W. Griffith, David Lloyd George 1918 41.052.632 3 THE BIG PARADE John Gilbert, Renée Adorée 1925 37.931.785 4 WAY DOWN EAST Lillian Gish, Richard Barthelmess 1920 37.142.857 5 THE TEN COMMANDMENTS Theodore Roberts, Charles de Rochefort 1923 34.739.917 6 THE FOUR HORSEMEN OF THE APOCALYPSE Rudolph Valentino, Alice Terry 1921 34.545.455 7 BEN-HUR Ramon Novarro, Francis X. Bushman 1925 33.915.807 8 THE COVERED WAGON J. Warren Kerrigan, Lois Wilson 1923 33.300.000 TOTAL ADMISSION TICKETS OF THE 1930s Rank Film – Actors Year Tickets 1 GONE WITH THE WIND Clark Gable, Vivien Leigh 1939 61.521.739* 2 SNOW WHITE AND THE SEVEN DWARFS Animated 1937 36.000.000* 3 MR. SMITH GOES TO WASHINGTON James Stewart, Jean Arthur 1939 30.434.783 4 SAN FRANCISCO Clark Gable, Jeanette MacDonald 1936 30.286.944 TOTAL ADMISSION TICKETS OF THE 1940s Rank Film – Actors Year Tickets 1 THE BEST YEARS OF OUR LIVES Fredric March, Myrna Loy 1946 64.570.000 2 DUEL IN THE SUN Jennifer Jones, Joseph Cotten 1946 64.570.000 3 THIS IS THE ARMY George Murphy, Joan Leslie 1943 57.248.276 4 SAMSON AND DELILAH Hedy Lamarr, Victor Mature 1949 50.000.000 5 SERGEANT YORK Gary Cooper, Walter Brennan 1941 49.085.680 6 FOR WHOM THE BELL TOLLS Gary Cooper, Ingrid Bergman 1943 48.965.517 7 GONE WITH THE WIND Clark Gable, Vivien Leigh [Re-issue]* 1939 48.709.630* 8 THE BELLS OF ST. MARY’S Bing Crosby, Ingrid Bergman 1945 45.714.286 9 THE JOLSON STORY Larry Parks, Evelyn Keyes 1946 43.428.571 10 GOING MY WAY Bing Crosby, Barry Fitzgerald 1944 40.625.000 11 MRS. MINIVER Greer Garson, Walter Pidgeon 1942 39.925.993 12 BOOM TOWN Clark Gable, Spencer Tracy 1940 38.220.125 13 YANKEE DOODLE DANDY James Cagney, Joan Leslie 1942 34.960.600 14 WELCOME STRANGER Bing Crosby, Joan Caulfield 1947 34.857.143 15 RANDOM HARVEST Ronald Colman, Greer Garson 1942 34.559.267 16 BLUE SKIES Fred Astaire, Bing Crosby 1946 32.571.429 17 THE SONG OF BERNADETTE Jennifer Jones, Charles Bickford 1943 32.420.690 18 MEET ME IN ST. LOUIS Judy Garland, Margaret O’Brien 1944 32.076.263 19 THE YEARLING Gregory Peck, Jane Wyman 1946 31.816.114 20 LEAVE HER TO HEAVEN Gene Tierney, Cornel Wilde 1945 31.457.143 21 THE EGG AND I Claudette Colbert, Fred MacMurray 1947 31.428.571 22 SINCE YOU WENT AWAY Claudette Colbert, Jennifer Jones 1944 30.779.725 23 CASABLANCA Humphrey Bogart, Ingrid Bergman 1942 30.705.022 24 UNCONQUERED Gary Cooper, Paulette Goddard 1947 30.000.000 And then data that I have been able to discover from filmographies of this blog (based on web archive captures). 1951 QUO VADIS Robert Taylor, Deborah Kerr 44.911.932 1952 THE GREATEST SHOW ON EARTH James Stewart, Charlton Heston 1 6 52.830.189 1955 MISTER ROBERTS Henry Fonda, James Cagney 1 5 37.770.000 1955 GUYS AND DOLLS Marlon Brando, Frank Sinatra 1 8 30.554.111 1956 THE TEN COMMANDMENTS Charlton Heston, Yul Brynner 1 14 136.800.0 1956 THE KING AND I Yul Brynner, Deborah Kerr 1 4 34.000.000 1957 THE BRIDGE ON THE RIVER KWAI Alec Guinness, William Holden 1 7 68.780.000 1957 SAYONARA Marlon Brando, Miiko Taka 1 5 42.000.000 1959 BEN-HUR Charlton Heston, Jack Hawkins 1 33 145.067.012 1959 OPERATION PETTICOAT Cary Grant, Tony Curtis 1 3 36.555.118 1959 SOME LIKE IT HOT Marilyn Monroe, Tony Curtis 1 7 31.873.863 1959 PILLOW TALK Doris Day, Rock Hudson 1 7 30.078.431 1961 WEST SIDE STORY Natalie Wood, Richard Beymer 1 13 56.943.681 1961 EL CID Charlton Heston, Sophia Loren 3 34.782.609 1962 LAWRENCE OF ARABIA Peter O’Toole, Alec Guinness 1 4 59.788.339 1962 THE LONGEST DAY John Wayne, Robert Mitchum 1 4 50.285.714 1963 HOW THE WEST WAS WON James Stewart, Debbie Reynolds 1 12 49.253.842 1964 GOLDFINGER Sean Connery, Gert Fröbe 1 7 49.457.432 2 1965 DOCTOR ZHIVAGO Omar Sharif, Julie Christie 1 13 120.700.990 1965 THUNDERBALL Sean Connery, Claudine Auger 1 9 56.676.107 3 1967 BONNIE AND CLYDE Warren Beatty, Faye Dunaway 2 38.000.000 1967 YOU ONLY LIVE TWICE Sean Connery, Akiko Wakabayashi 1 6 32.314.487 7 1972 THE GODFATHER Marlon Brando, Al Pacino 1 26 101.500.000 1973 AMERICAN GRAFFITI Richard Dreyfuss, Ron Howard 4 62.291.723 1974 EARTHQUAKE Charlton Heston, Ava Gardner 2 38.342.240 1976 KING KONG Jeff Bridges, Jessica Lange 1 5 34.661.972 3 STAR WARS – Admission Tickets Analysis YEAR RELEASE TICKETS 1977 First Run 1 20 87.892.377 1978 Re-Issue 1 1 32.799.145 1979 Re-Issue 1 1 9.193.625 1978 SUPERMAN Christopher Reeve, Margot Kidder 1 11 57.358.127 1978 HEAVEN CAN WAIT Warren Beatty, Julie Christie 2 42.222.000 1979 KRAMER VS. KRAMER Dustin Hoffman, Meryl Streep 1 10 47.797.876 1979 STAR TREK: THE MOTION PICTURE William Shatner, Leonard Nimoy 1 44.621.514 1979 ALIEN Sigourney Weaver, Tom Skerritt 1 3 32.441.058 1979 APOCALYPSE NOW Martin Sheen, Marlon Brando 3 30.263.078 Missing titles will send them out when you can. Based on data from other sources (or mine estimates).
  6. Very interesting. But perhaps the gross was an incomplete estimate or referred to rentals. Thank you very much. It is a pity that in those times they measured the success of a movie for rents and not for the number of spectators. The page that I mentioned had tops of each year with the exact number of admissions of each film (that exceeds 10 million) from 1914 until 1951. And also has its merit. But I will not take away the merit from you because it shows that like me you investigate a lot.
  7. I don't have intention of start a thread for each film. I wanted to put this data because they correspond to all those films (Gone With the wind, Disney, Star Wars) whose success of initial assistance is very complicated to measure due to its numerous re-estrenos. With a little patience everything will come in the post I mentioned before. Good weekend to everyone.
  8. When I finish my work I will publish a detailed Top of the most attended films of the United States and the countries with old data of admissions. This will be in the Top 10 grossing films per country post. I am nobody to lie and deny nothing. But this page was very complete and towards very detailed and consistent rankings. Because seeing the 20 million admissions of "Gone with the wind" the first thing that is thought is: come on! This movie was the Titanic of the 30s. But maybe you're right.
  9. Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs YEAR FILM RELEASE PEAK WKS TICKETS ANNUAL 1937 First Run 1 8 36.000.000 1 1944 Re-issue 4 9.375.000 41 1952 Re-issue 4 8.490.566 43 1958 Re-issue 4 23.000.000 7 1967 Re-issue 5 7.916.667 30 1975 Re-issue 3 5.170.731 43 1983 Re-issue 3 9.555.556 23 1987 Re-issue 2 11.916.678 22 1993 Re-issue 5 10.056.636 36 Total: 121.481.834 Pinocchio YEAR FILM RELEASE PEAK WKS TICKETS ANNUAL 1940 First Run 3 13.333.333 5 1945 Re-issue 5 5.714.286 56 1954 Re-issue 2 8.888.889 59 1962 Re-issue 5 9.714.286 24 1971 Re-issue 2 6.060.606 23 1978 Re-issue 8 5.128.205 58 1984 Re-issue 2 7.861.321 35 1992 Re-issue 7 4.545.436 67 Total: 61.246.362 Fantasia YEAR FILM RELEASE PEAK WKS TICKETS ANNUAL 1940 First Run 2 10.833.333 24 1946 Re-issue 4.571.429 1956 Re-issue 6.000.000 71 1963 Re-issue 7 5.882.353 42 1969 Re-issue 4.225.352 40 1977 Re-issue 3.587.444 58 1982 Re-issue 3.401.361 69 1985 Re-issue 2.308.374 99 1990 Re-issue 2 5.996.069 49 Total: 46.805.715 Bambi YEAR FILM RELEASE PEAK WKS TICKETS ANNUAL 1942 First Run 11.110.000 39 1947 Re-issue 6.285.714 98 1957 Re-issue 9 12.000.000 24 1966 Re-issue 9 7.155.963 35 1975 Re-issue 6 4.390.243 51 1982 Re-issue 9 7.823.129 32 1988 Re-issue 4 9.500.523 28 Total: 58.266.683 Cinderella YEAR FILM – Actors PEAK WKS TICKETS ANNUAL 1950 First Run 1 4 18.586.957 4 1957 Re-issue 7 14.000.000 21 1965 Re-issue 5.940.594 44 1973 Re-issue 4.519.774 39 1981 Re-issue 3 10.086.331 28 1987 Re-issue 2 8.721.521 36 Total: 61.855.177 The real admissions of the first release of Star Wars in 1977 was 87.890.000 admissions.
  10. http://boxofficechampions.wordpress.com/ This was the best source of information of historical data box office in USA. 3 years ago I Could copy informations of these page like these: Gonw With The Wind Releases YEAR FILM RELEASE PEAK WKS TICKETS ANNUAL 1939 First Run 1 11 61.521.739 1 1941 Re-Issue 1 5 23.000.000 2 1942 Re-Issue 4 5.629.630 51 1947 Re-Issue 5 20.080.000 20 1954 Re-Issue 2 23.426.667 10 1961 Re-Issue 1 2 19.420.290 8 1967 Re-Issue 1 10 48.701.667 2 1974 Re-Issue 3 7.785.027 34 1989 Re-Issue 605.369 137 1998 Re-Issue 1.439.256 143 Total: 211.609.645 “Gone With The Wind” is the biggest selling movie of all time with 211 million tickets. It was the number one film of the year when it was released in 1939 with 61.5 million tickets. Initially, it spent 11 weeks at number one on the weekly Box Office in 1940 (it was released in December 1939). Its first re-issue in 1941 was also a huge success with 23 million tickets, and 5 weeks at No.1. It surpassed “The Birth Of A Nation” (1915) as the No.1 Box Office film of all time. The most successful re-issue of “Wind” came in 1967 when the film topped Variety’s National Box Office Survey chart for 10 weeks and sold 48.7 million tickets. It was the No.2 Box Office hit of 1967, 28 years after its original release! This is quite impressive. Its last re-release was in 1998. That year it was also released on DVD for the first time and hit #1 on VideoScan’s video charts. “Gone With The Wind” spent a total of 28 weeks at No.1, and it was on the annual B.O. charts for ten different years (see the table above). It’s definitely the Number One Box Office hit of all time, in terms of admission ticket sales.
  11. 3 years ago I Could copy informations of these page like these: Gonw With The Wind Releases YEAR FILM RELEASE PEAK WKS TICKETS ANNUAL 1939 First Run 1 11 61.521.739 1 1941 Re-Issue 1 5 23.000.000 2 1942 Re-Issue 4 5.629.630 51 1947 Re-Issue 5 20.080.000 20 1954 Re-Issue 2 23.426.667 10 1961 Re-Issue 1 2 19.420.290 8 1967 Re-Issue 1 10 48.701.667 2 1974 Re-Issue 3 7.785.027 34 1989 Re-Issue 605.369 137 1998 Re-Issue 1.439.256 143 Total: 211.609.645 And others informations like the admissions of all releases of disney Clasis to Snow white to Alice in wonderland. Or the real admissions of the first release of Star Wars in 1977 (87.890.000 admissions). Has anyone else been able to collect information from this page before its disappearance?
  12. What happened with this page? http://boxofficechampions.wordpress.com/ This was the best source of information of historical data box office in USA.
  13. Probably this list it's not perfect. But I tried. Most-Attended Films Admissions in Brazil since 1974 1: Titanic (1997) 17.713.310 * 2: Jaws (1975) 13.035.000 3: The Ten Commandments: The Movie (2016) 12.005.000 4: Elite Squad 2 (2010) 11.204.815 5: The Avengers (2012) 10.968.065 6: Dona Flor and Her Two Husbands (1976) 10.735.524 7: The Towering Inferno (1974) 10.377.230 8: Avengers: Age of Ultron (2015) 10.117.028 9: Ghost (1990) 10.035.256 10: Fast & Furious 7 (2015) 9.845.198 11: Captain America: Civil War (2016) 9.596.716 12: The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 2 (2012) 9.596.296 13: E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial (1982) 9.409.000 * 14: Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs (2009) 9.281.202 15: Avatar (2009) 9.111.628 16: Minions (2015) 8.829.938 17: Ice Age: Continental Drift (2012) 8.728.719 18: Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice (2016) 8.624.350 19: Spider-Man (2002) 8.488.182 20: Finding Dory (2016) 8.175.760 21: The Exorcist (1973) 8.110.000 * 22: Suicide Squad (2016) 7.871.546 23: Spider-Man 2 (2004) 7.737.714 24: Iron Man 3 (2013) 7.633.751 25: Shrek Forever After (2010) 7.368.374 26: The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 1 (2011) 7.159.227 27: King Kong (1976) 7.066.112 28: Earthquake (1974) 7.065.590 29: Despicable Me 2 (2013) 6.996.826 30: The Passion of the Christ (2004) 6.883.895 31: Star Wars: Episode VII - The Force Awakens (2015) 6.745.674 32: Fifty Shades of Grey (2015) 6.686.007 33: Lady on the Bus (1978) 6.509.134 34: Saturday Night Fever (1977) 6.182.629 35: Jurassic World (2015) 6.182.523 36: The Fault in Our Stars (2014) 6.181.584 37: The Twilight Saga: Eclipse (2010) 6.180.071 38: Deadpool (2016) 6.145.732 39: Spider-Man 3 (2007) 6.137.669 40: If I Were You 2 (2009) 6.112.851 41: Rio (2011) 6.065.545 42: Grease (1978) 6.031.569 43: The Twilight Saga: New Moon (2009) 5.965.054 44: Ice Age: The Meltdown (2006) 5.866.186 45: The Blue Lagoon (1980) 5.845.130 46: Maleficent (2014) 5.801.754 47: O Trapalhão nas Minas do Rei Salomão (1977) 5.786.226 48: Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2 (2011) 5.577.582 49: Bruce Almighty (2003) 5.453.916 50: Lucio Flavio (1977) 5.401.325 51: Two Sons of Francisco (2005) 5.319.677 52: 2012 (2009) 5.283.756 53: Madagascar 3: Europe's Most Wanted (2012) 5.269.118 54: Ice Age: Collision Course (2016) 5.262.600 55: Os Saltimbancos Trapalhões (1981) 5.218.574 56: Rio 2 (2014) 5.212.811 57: Alvin and the Chipmunks: Chipwrecked (2011) 5.187.250 58: Madagascar: Escape 2 Africa (2008) 5.159.238 59: Alvin and the Chipmunks: The Squeakquel (2009) 5.155.461 60: The Dark Knight Rises (2012) 5.146.519 61: The Amazing Spider-Man (2012) 5.145.603 62: The Lion King (1994) 5.128.712 63: The smurfs (2011) 5.097.245 64: In the Realm of the Senses (1976) 5.095.000 65: Os Trapalhões na Guerra dos Planetas (1978) 5.089.970 66: Os Trapalhões na Serra Pelada (1982) 5.043.350 67: Superman (1978) 5.060.000 68: O Cinderelo Trapalhão (1979) 5.028.893 69: Matrix Reloaded (2003) 5.028.979 70: X-Men: Days of Future Past (2014) 4.923.664 71: Noah (2014) 4.887.284 72: Head Over Heels 2 (2012) 4.846.259 73: Thor: The Dark World (2013) 4.835.078 74: Jurassic Park (1993) 4.823.863 75: Doctor Strange (2016) 4.804.191 76: The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1 (2014) 4.787.279 77: O Casamento dos Trapalhões (1988) 4.779.027 78: Finding Nemo (2003) 4.743.030 79: Coisas Eróticas (1981) 4.729.484 80: The Sixth Sense (1999) 4.726.012 81: Carandiru (2003) 4.693.853 82: Shrek the Third (2007) 4.688.200 83: The Champ (1979) 4.676.591 84: Shrek 2 (2004) 4.672.046 85: The Da Vinci Code (2006) 4.663.464 86: Os Vagabundos Trapalhões (1982) 4.631.914 87: Captain America: The Winter Soldier (2014) 4.621.101 88: How to Train Your Dragon 2 (2014) 4.610.275 89: Minha Mãe é uma Peça (2013) 4.600.145 * Films with re-releases admissions added. Most-Attended Films Admissions in Brazil/Population Comparison Since 1974 1: Jaws (1975) 12,04 % 2: Titanic (1997) 9,84 % (16.377.228) 3: Dona Flor and Her Two Husbands (1976) 9,66 % 4: The Towering Inferno (1974) 9,59 % 5: The Exorcist (1973) 7,59 % (8.046.556) 6: Ghost (1990) 6,70 % 7: Earthquake (1974) 6,52 % 8: E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial (1982) 6,49 % ( 8.059.793) 9: King Kong (1976) 6,37 % 10: The Ten Commandments: The Movie (2016) 5,77 % * 11: Elite Squad 2 (2010) 5,72 % 12: Lady on the Bus (1978) 5,57 % 13: The Avengers (2012) 5,50 % 14: Saturday Night Fever (1977) 5,32 % 15: Grease (1978) 5,19 % 16: O Trapalhão nas Minas do Rei Salomão (1977) 5,08 % 17: The Blue Lagoon (1980) 4,92 % 18: Avengers: Age of Ultron (2015) 4,86 % 19: The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 2 (2012) 4,81 % 20: Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs (2009) 4,79 % 21: Spider-Man (2002) 4,75 % 22: Lucio Flavio (1977) 4,74 % 23: Fast & Furious 7 (2015) 4,73 % 24: Avatar (2009) 4,70 % 25: Captain America: Civil War (2016) 4,61 % * 26: Ice Age: Continental Drift (2012) 4,37 % 27: Os Trapalhões na Guerra dos Planetas (1978) 4,35 % 28: Superman (1978) 4,34 % 29: In the Realm of the Senses (1976) 4,29 % 30: Os Saltimbancos Trapalhões (1981) 4,29 % 31: Minions (2015) 4,24 % 32: Spider-Man 2 (2004) 4,22 % 33: O Cinderelo Trapalhão (1979) 4,20 % 34: Airport 1975 (1974) 4,15 % (4.503.467) 35: Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice (2016) 4,14 % * 36: O Trapalhão no Planalto dos Macacos (1976) 4,10 % (4.565.267) 37: Os Trapalhões na Serra Pelada (1982) 4,03 % 38: Simbad, o Marujo Trapalhão (1976) 3,96 % (4.406.200) 39: Finding Dory (2016) 3,93 % 40: The Champ (1979) 3,92 % 41: Star Wars (1977) 3,81 % (4.459.027) 42: Coisas Eróticas (1981) 3,81 % 43: Iron Man 3 (2013) 3,79 % 44: Suicide Squad (2016) 3,78 % * 45: The Passion of the Christ (2004) 3,76 % 46: Shrek Forever After (2010) 3,76 % 47: Os Vagabundos Trapalhões (1982) 3,73 % 48: One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest (1975) 3,67 % 49: The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 1 (2011) 3,62 % 50: O Rei e os Trapalhões (1979) 3,57 % (4.240.757) 51: Os Três Mosqueteiros Trapalhões (1980) 3,55 % (4.221.062) 52: O Incrível Monstro Trapalhão (1980) 3,47 % 53: Despicable Me 2 (2013) 3,47 % 54: Enter the Dragon (1973) 3,45 % ( 3.665.070) 55: O Casamento dos Trapalhões (1988) 3,41 % 56: Cobra (1986) 3,40 % (4.580.000) 57: Jaws 2 (1978) 3,37 % (4.032.725) 58: Orca (1977) 3,32 % (3.872.549) 59: The Lion king (1994) 3,27 % (5.128.712) 60: Star Wars: Episode VII - The Force Awakens (2015) 3,24 % 61: Spider-Man 3 (2007) 3,23 % 62: Fifty Shades of Grey (2015) 3,21% 63: Convoy (1978) 3,20 % (3.735.259) 64: O Jeca Macumbeiro (1975) 3,19 % (3.468.728) 65: Batman (1989) 3,16 % (4.500.000) 66: The Twilight Saga: Eclipse (2010) 3,16 % 67: If I Were You 2 (2009) 3,15 % 68: Herbie Rides Again (1974) 3,13 % (3.403.249) 69: Close Encounters of the Third Kind (1977) 3,13 % (3.658.112) 70: Jurassic Park (1993) 3,13 % 71: Ice Age: The Meltdown (2006) 3,12 % 72: O Trapalhão na Ilha do Tesouro (1975) 3,10 % (3.375.090) 73: Jeca contra o Capeta (1976) 3,07 % (3.428.860) 74: The Twilight Saga: New Moon (2009) 3,07 % 75: Rio (2011) 3,07 % 76: Raiders of the Lost Ark (1981) 3,06 % (3.728.299) 77: The Fault in Our Stars (2014) 3,04 % 78: O Cangaceiro Trapalhão (1983) 3,02 % (3.831.443) 79: Bruce Almighty (2003) 3,01 % 80: Jurassic World (2015) 2,97 % 81: Rambo: First Blood Part II (1985) 2,95 % (3.900.000) 82: Deadpool (2016) 2,95 % * 83: Midnight Express (1978) 2,93 % (3.509.783) 84: Jecão, um fofoqueiro no céu (1977) 2,90 % (3.306.926) 85: The Spy Who Loved Me (1977) 2,89 % (3.296.271) 86: Xica da Silva (1976) 2,86 % (3.183.582) 87: Rambo III (1988) 2,86 % (4.000.000) 88: Two Sons of Francisco (2005) 2,86 % 89: Maleficent (2014) 2,86 % 90: Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade (1989) 2,85 % (4.060.000) 91: I love you (1981) 2,84 % (3.457.154) 92: Xuxa in Crystal Moon (1990) 2,84 % (4.178.165) 93: Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2 (2011) 2,82 % 94: A Princesa Xuxa e os Trapalhões (1989) 2,81 % (4.018.764) 95: Robin Hood, o Trapalhão da Floresta (1974) 2,80 % (2.978.767) Sources: Cinejornal 1986 Quem é quem no cinema (2004) https://pt.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lista_de_filmes_de_maior_bilheteria#Maiores_bilheterias_no_Brasil
  14. JJ-8 Could you expand this top 20 to a top 50 or 60?
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