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Chaplin (1992)

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Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $9,289,349Details
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Movie Details

Domestic Releases: December 25th, 1992 (Wide) by Sony Pictures
MPAA Rating: PG-13
Running Time: 135 minutes
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Keywords: Biography
Source:Based on Fiction Book/Short Story
Genre:Drama
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Dramatization
Production Companies: Tri-Star Pictures
Production Countries: United States

Ranking on other Records and Milestones

RecordRankRevenueChart
Date
Days In
Release
Biggest 5th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 2,581 $701,704 Jan 22, 1993 31
Biggest 4th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 2,088 $2,069,280 Jan 15, 1993 24
Biggest 3rd Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 2,138 $3,263,026 Jan 8, 1993 17

Cast

   Charlie Chaplin
Dan Aykroyd    Mack Sennett
Geraldine Chaplin    Hannah Chaplin
Kevin Dunn    J. Edgar Hoover
Anthony Hopkins    George Hayden
Milla Jovovich    Mildred Harris
Moira Kelly    Hetty Kelly/Oona O'Neill
Kevin Kline    Douglas Fairbanks
Diane Lane    Paulette Goddard
Penelope Ann Miller    Edna Purviance
John Thaw    Fred Karno
Marisa Tomei    Mabel Normand
Nancy Travis    Joan Barry
James Woods    Joseph Scott
Michael Blevins    David Raksin
Tom Bradford    Charlie age 14
Francesca Buller    Minnie Chaplin
Matthew Cottle    Stan Laurel
Peter Crook    Frank Hooper
Hugh Downer    Charlie Age 5
David Duchovny    Rollie Totheroh
Donnie Kehr    Sound Engineer
Karen Lewis    Yankee Doodle Dancer
Deborah Maria Moore    Lita Grey
Sean O'Bryan    Lewis Seeley
Bill Paterson    Stage Manager
Maria Pitillo    Mary Pickford
Gerald Sim    Doctor
Graham Sinclair    Master of Ceremonies
John Standing    Butler
Robert Stephens    Ted the Drunk
Norbit Weisser    German Diplomat
Nicholas Gatt    Sydney Age 9
Anthony Bowles    Conductor
Brian Coleman    Drunk
Howard 'Lew' Lewis    Workhouse Official
P.H. Moriarty    Workhouse Official
Brian Lipson    Warder
Alan Ford    Warder
Liz Porter    Matchgirl
Ultan Ely-O'Carroll    Rummy Binks
Marcus Eyre    Policeman

Production and Technical Credits

Director   
Producer    Richard Attenborough
Producer    Mario Kassar
Screenwriter    William Boyd
Screenwriter    Bryan Forbes
Screenwriter    William Goldman
Story Creator    Diana Hawkins
Co-Producer    Terence Clegg
Associate Producer    Diana Hawkins
Director of Photography    Sven Nykvist
Production Designer    Stuart Craig
Editor    Anne V. Coates
Composer    John Barry
Costume Designer    Ellen Mirojnick
Costume Designer    John Mollo
Assistant Director    David Tomblin
Second Unit Director    Micky Moore
Unit Production Manager    Basil Somner
Supervising Art Director    Norman Dorme
Art Director    Mark Mansbridge
Art Director    John King
Set Decorator    Chris A. Butler
Set Decorator    Stephenie McMillan
Second Unit Camera    Alexander Witt
Costume Supervisor    Michael Dennison
Costume Supervisor    Deborah Hopper
Costume Designer    Anthony Scarano
Sound Mixer    Edward Tise
Re-recording Mixer    Gerry Humphreys
Re-recording Mixer    Dean Humphreys
Re-recording Mixer    John Wolstenholme
Dialogue Editor    Mike Crouch
Music Editor    Andrew Glen
Makeup    Wally Schneiderman
Hairstylist    Stephanie Kaye
Special Make-up Effects    John Caglione, Jr.
Special Make-up Effects    Bob Laden
Music Supervisor    Robin Glenn
Casting Director    Mike Fenton
Casting Director    Valorie Massalas
Casting Director    Susie Figgis
Stunt Coordinator    Peter Brace
Stunt Coordinator    Joe Dunne
Special Effects Technician - London    Chris Corbould

DVD and Blu-ray Releases for February 15th, 2011

February 14th, 2011

It's another really slow week for DVD / Blu-ray releases with a total of one first run release of note. There are a few other smaller releases, as well as catalog titles, etc., The biggest release of the week is also arguably the best, Unstoppable on Blu-ray. And while the release date is bizarre, Doctor Who: A Christmas Carol on Blu-ray is also worth picking up. Also of note is Despicable Me, which came out a couple months ago, but the Blu-ray Combo Pack just arrived last week. More...

Featured Blu-ray Review: Chaplin

February 13th, 2011

Chaplin came out in 1992 and while it never really found an audience and only earned mixed reviews, it did earn Robert Downey, Jr. his first Oscar nomination. A few years ago, the film was released on a 15th anniversary DVD, but I wasn't able to acquire a screener. So when I was given a chance to review the Blu-ray release, I jumped at it. But how well does this movie work as a biopic, or just as entertainment? And just as importantly, how well does it stand up on Blu-ray? More...

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Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
1993/01/08 7 $3,263,026   1,066 $3,061   $3,591,311 17
1993/01/15 10 $2,069,280 -37% 1,080 $1,916   $6,678,621 24
1993/01/22 16 $701,704 -66% 716 $980   $7,777,484 31

Daily Box Office Performance

Weekly Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
1993/01/08 7 $4,281,056   1,066 $4,016   $4,609,341 21
1993/01/15 10 $2,466,439 -42% 1,080 $2,284   $7,075,780 28