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Alice in Wonderland (1951)

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Movie Details

Production Budget:$3,000,000
Domestic Releases: July 28th, 1951 (Wide) by RKO Radio Pictures
Video Release: March 31st, 1998 by Walt Disney Home Entertainment
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Source:Based on Fiction Book/Short Story


Ed Wynn    Mad Hatter

DVD Sales: Living it Up in Beverly Hills

February 15th, 2011

Overall, new releases were rather weak, but we did see four films reach the top 30 on the sales chart this week, including a new number one. That film was Beverly Hill Chihuahua 2, which sold 712,000 units, generating $10.67 million in opening week revenue. Granted, this was half as many sales as the original, but that was a theatrical release and this was direct-to-DVD, so I think Disney has to be very happy with this release. In fact, they might be thinking franchise. More...

DVD and Blu-ray Releases for February 1st, 2011

February 1st, 2011

There's still a lull when it comes to first-run releases on the home market with no major, or even midlevel hits coming out this week. In fact, the best-selling release according to is Alice in Wonderland on Blu-ray / DVD Combo Pack, which is a contender for Pick of the Week. The other major contender is Let Me In on Blu-ray, which failed to find an audience despite impressing critics almost as much as the original did. I'm going to give the honor to Let Me In, but both are worthy contenders. More...

Featured Blu-ray / DVD Review: Alice in Wonderland

January 31st, 2011

Alice in Wonderland was the thirteenth animated film made by Walt Disney, but thirteen turned out to be an unlucky number, as the film was not a critical or a commercial success when it was first released. Now 60 years later, has it aged into a classic, or were the original critics right? More...

Weekend Box Office Performance

Daily Box Office Performance

Weekly Box Office Performance

Weekly US DVD Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
4/4/20106418,864 418,864$7,535,363$7,535,363627
4/11/20105146,414-65% 565,278$2,676,448$10,211,811628
4/18/2010685,006-42% 650,284$1,529,258$11,741,069629
4/25/20101043,918-48% 694,202$790,085$12,531,154630
5/2/20101236,124-18% 730,326$649,871$13,181,025631
5/9/20101929,749-18% 760,075$535,185$13,716,209632
5/16/20102034,222+15% 794,297$615,654$14,331,863633
5/23/20102918,110-47% 812,407$345,177$14,677,040634
6/6/20101543,175 889,122$887,678$16,235,182636
2/6/20111850,109 1,317,760$851,352$23,236,936671
5/1/20162712,313 2,601,157$171,973$43,578,999944
9/18/20162711,468 2,793,423$115,575$45,684,112964
1/29/2017249,966 2,972,826$111,699$47,732,250983
3/19/20172110,999 3,032,753$110,874$48,367,907990

Weekly US Blu-ray Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
2/6/20112110,017 110,017$2,199,244$2,199,244671
2/13/20111324,630-78% 134,647$492,363$2,691,607672

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