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All Time Domestic Box Office for Orion Pictures Movies


See also: Top Orion Pictures International - Top Orion Pictures Worldwide

Other Domestic Theatrical Distributors records: Top Warner Bros. Domestic - Top Walt Disney Domestic - Top Universal Domestic - Top Sony Pictures Domestic - Top 20th Century Fox Domestic - Top Paramount Pictures Domestic - Top Lionsgate Domestic - Top MGM Domestic

This chart contains the top 100 Orion Pictures movies based on the cumulative domestic box office.

See our Orion Pictures Theatrical Market Charts for more overviews regarding the domestic theatrical box office performance of Orion Pictures movies.

Rank Released Movie Domestic
Box Office
International
Box Office
Worldwide
Box Office
1 1990 Dances with Wolves $184,208,842 $239,991,158 $424,200,000
2 1986 Platoon $137,963,328 $0 $137,963,328
3 1991 The Silence of the Lambs $130,726,716 $145,000,000 $275,726,716
4 1986 Back to School $91,258,000 $0 $91,258,000
5 1987 RoboCop $53,424,681 $0 $53,424,681
6 1987 Throw Momma From the Train $53,380,796 $0 $53,380,796
7 1988 Bull Durham $50,888,729 $0 $50,888,729
8 1982 First Blood $47,212,904 $78,000,000 $125,212,904
9 1988 Colors $46,616,067 $0 $46,616,067
10 1990 RoboCop 2 $45,681,173 $0 $45,681,173
11 1988 Dirty Rotten Scoundrels $42,039,000 $0 $42,039,000
12 1989 Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure $40,485,039 $0 $40,485,039
13 1986 Hannah and Her Sisters $40,084,041 $0 $40,084,041
14 1986 Three Amigos $39,246,734 $0 $39,246,734
15 1984 The Terminator $38,019,031 $40,000,000 $78,019,031
16 1991 Bill & Ted's Bogus Journey $37,537,675 $0 $37,537,675
17 1987 No Way Out $35,509,515 $0 $35,509,515
18 1990 Mermaids $35,140,500 $0 $35,140,500
19 1988 Mississippi Burning $34,603,000 $0 $34,603,000
20 1983 Easy Money $29,309,766 $0 $29,309,766
21 1986 Hoosiers $28,607,524 $0 $28,607,524
22 1985 Desperately Seeking Susan $27,400,000 $0 $27,400,000
23 1990 Cadillac Man $27,257,086 $0 $27,257,086
24 1984 The Cotton Club $25,928,721 $0 $25,928,721
25 1984 The Woman in Red $25,308,147 $0 $25,308,147
26 1991 Little Man Tate $24,989,789 $0 $24,989,789
27 1990 Navy SEALs $24,824,126 $0 $24,824,126
28 1983 Class $21,667,789 $0 $21,667,789
29 1988 Married to the Mob $21,486,757 $0 $21,486,757
30 1990 The First Power $21,365,321 $0 $21,365,321
31 1986 F/X $20,603,715 $0 $20,603,715
32 1990 Madhouse $20,438,179 $0 $20,438,179
33 1985 Code of Silence $20,345,361 $0 $20,345,361
34 1983 Breathless $19,910,002 $0 $19,910,002
35 1987 The Believers $18,753,438 $0 $18,753,438
36 1989 Crimes and Misdemeanors $18,254,702 $0 $18,254,702
37 1988 Johnny Be Good $17,500,399 $0 $17,500,399
38 1985 The Falcon and the Snowman $17,130,087 $0 $17,130,087
39 1984 Beat Street $16,595,791 $0 $16,595,791
40 1989 Prancer $16,115,398 $0 $16,115,398
41 1983 Gorky Park $15,900,000 $0 $15,900,000
42 1987 Radio Days $14,792,779 $0 $14,792,779
43 1996 The Substitute $14,675,167 $0 $14,675,167
44 1985 Remo Williams: The Adventure Begins $14,393,902 $0 $14,393,902
45 1985 The Return of the Living Dead $14,237,880 $0 $14,237,880
46 1996 The Arrival $14,031,906 $0 $14,031,906
47 1989 Great Balls of Fire! $13,691,550 $0 $13,691,550
48 1983 Lone Wolf McQuade $12,232,628 $0 $12,232,628
49 1983 Zelig $11,798,616 $0 $11,798,616
50 1984 Up the Creek $11,708,269 $0 $11,708,269
51 1982 Amityville II: The Possession $11,328,000 $0 $11,328,000
52 1988 The Couch Trip $11,005,304 $0 $11,005,304
53 1980 The Fiendish Plot of Dr. Fu Manchu $10,697,276 $0 $10,697,276
54 1993 RoboCop 3 $10,696,210 $0 $10,696,210
55 1989 The Package $10,647,219 $0 $10,647,219
56 1985 The Purple Rose of Cairo $10,631,333 $0 $10,631,333
57 1984 Broadway Danny Rose $10,600,497 $0 $10,600,497
58 1988 The Unbearable Lightness of Being $10,006,000 $0 $10,006,000
59 1990 Miami Blues $9,654,290 $0 $9,654,290
60 1993 The Dark Half $9,579,068 $0 $9,579,068
61 1982 A Midsummer Night's Sex Comedy $9,077,269 $0 $9,077,269
62 1997 Ulee's Gold $9,054,736 $6,545,264 $15,600,000
63 1985 Secret Admirer $8,622,757 $0 $8,622,757
64 1984 The Bounty $8,613,462 $0 $8,613,462
65 1986 Something Wild $8,362,000 $0 $8,362,000
66 1986 Haunted Honeymoon $8,033,397 $0 $8,033,397
67 1988 Without a Clue $8,000,000 $0 $8,000,000
68 1994 Clifford $7,347,669 $0 $7,347,669
69 1990 Alice $7,331,647 $0 $7,331,647
70 1986 Just Between Friends $6,408,791 $0 $6,408,791
71 1983 Amityville 3-D $6,333,135 $0 $6,333,135
72 1992 Article 99 $6,281,089 $0 $6,281,089
73 1991 Mystery Date $6,141,446 $0 $6,141,446
74 1988 Mac and Me $6,000,000 $0 $6,000,000
75 1983 Under Fire $5,700,000 $0 $5,700,000
76 1988 Eight Men Out $5,680,515 $0 $5,680,515
77 1984 The Hotel New Hampshire $5,142,858 $0 $5,142,858
78 1984 Harry & Son $4,900,000 $0 $4,900,000
79 1991 Eve of Destruction $4,704,884 $0 $4,704,884
80 1985 The Mean Season $4,349,446 $0 $4,349,446
81 1983 Yellowbeard $4,300,000 $0 $4,300,000
82 1987 Best Seller $4,278,150 $0 $4,278,150
83 1985 The Heavenly Kid $3,852,271 $0 $3,852,271
84 1984 Cheech & Chong's The Corsican Brothers $3,772,785 $0 $3,772,785
85 1997 8 Heads in a Duffel Bag $3,602,884 $400,000 $4,002,884
86 1994 Blue Sky $3,281,813 $0 $3,281,813
87 1996 Original Gangstas $3,279,266 $0 $3,279,266
88 1994 The Favor $3,098,590 $0 $3,098,590
89 1989 Speed Zone! $3,077,061 $0 $3,077,061
90 1991 China Moon $3,038,499 $0 $3,038,499
91 1987 Malone $3,000,000 $0 $3,000,000
92 1987 No Man’s Land $2,877,571 $0 $2,877,571
93 1992 Shadows and Fog $2,735,731 $0 $2,735,731
94 1985 Maxie $2,600,000 $0 $2,600,000
95 1987 House of Games $2,585,639 $0 $2,585,639
96 1989 Farewell to the King $2,361,132 $0 $2,361,132
97 1986 At Close Range $2,347,000 $0 $2,347,000
98 1993 Married To It $1,989,059 $0 $1,989,059
99 1990 State of Grace $1,911,542 $0 $1,911,542
100 1996 I Shot Andy Warhol $1,773,648 $0 $1,773,648

The Domestic Market is defined as the North American movie territory (consisting of the United States, Canada, Puerto Rico and Guam).

This table is updated daily to reflect the latest studio reports.

Note: This chart is not adjusted for inflation.

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