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The Assassination of Richard Nixon (2004)

Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $708,776Details
International Box Office $431,275Details
Worldwide Box Office $1,140,051
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Movie Details

Domestic Releases: December 29th, 2004 (Limited) by ThinkFilm
MPAA Rating: R for language and scene of graphic violence
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Source:Based on Real Life Events
Genre:Drama
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Dramatization
Production Companies: Appian Way

Cast

Sean Penn    Samuel Byck
Melissa Saltzman    Boarding Agent
Naomi Watts    Marie Byck
Don Cheadle    Bonny
Mykelti Williamson    Harold Mann
Jack Thompson    Jack Jones
Michael Wincott    Julius Bicke
Brad William Henke    Martin Jones
Nick Searcy    Tom Ford

Production and Technical Credits

Dialogue Editor    Victoria Sampson

DVD Releases for April 26, 2005

April 25th, 2005

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April 24th, 2005

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International Box Office Busier than Weekend Before

April 17th, 2005

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March 6th, 2005

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Quartet of Oscar Contenders

December 29th, 2004

Four more films open tonight hoping to catch some Oscar glory. Ironically, the film with the least likely shot at earning a nomination is also the film with the best reviews and strongest box office potential. More...

Sneak Peek: The Assassination of Richard Nixon

December 21st, 2004

ThinkFilm releases The Assassination of Richard Nixon on December 29, in time for an Oscar-qualifying run, before expanding nationally on January 21. While the movie hasn't been top of the lists for Oscar contenders yet, some nominations remain on the cards. We have some stills from the movie, courtesy of ThinkFilm. More...

Domestic Cumulative Box Office Records


Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossWeek
2004/12/31 45 $37,547   5 $7,509   $55,255 1
2005/01/07 38 $78,210 +108% 32 $2,444   $153,324 2
2005/01/14 39 $71,795 -8% 26 $2,761   $259,843 3
2005/01/21 40 $94,923 +32% 59 $1,609   $372,213 4
2005/01/28 49 $45,789 -52% 44 $1,041   $461,638 5
2005/02/04 59 $23,750 -48% 20 $1,188   $510,705 6
2005/02/11 52 $58,725 +147% 38 $1,545   $578,554 7
2005/02/18 53 $42,000 -28% 27 $1,556   $650,000 8
2005/02/25 63 $22,689 -46% 25 $908   $697,759 9

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2005/02/21 50 $9,000   27 $333   $658,696 55

Weekly Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossWeek
2004/12/31 45 $57,406   5 $11,481   $75,114 2
2005/01/07 38 $112,934 +97% 32 $3,529   $188,048 3
2005/01/14 42 $89,242 -21% 26 $3,432   $277,290 4
2005/01/21 40 $138,559 +55% 59 $2,348   $415,849 5
2005/01/28 48 $71,106 -49% 44 $1,616   $486,955 6
2005/02/04 60 $32,874 -54% 20 $1,644   $519,829 7
2005/02/11 52 $88,171 +168% 38 $2,320   $608,000 8
2005/02/18 53 $67,070 -24% 27 $2,484   $675,070 9
2005/02/25 62 $33,706 -50% 25 $1,348   $708,776 10

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