Dolphin Tale

Dolphin Tale poster
Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $72,286,779Details
International Box Office $23,781,945
Worldwide Box Office $96,068,724
Home Market Performance
Domestic DVD Sales $31,430,192 Details
Domestic Blu-ray Sales $11,794,629 Details
Total Domestic Video Sales $43,224,821
Further financial details...

  1. Summary
  2. News
  3. Box Office
  4. Video Sales
  5. Full Financials
  6. Cast & Crew
  7. Trailer

Synopsis

Swimming free, a young dolphin is caught in a crab trap, severely damaging her tail. She is rescued and transported to the Clearwater Marine Hospital, where she is named Winter. But her fight for survival has just begun. Losing her tail may cost Winter her life. It will take the expertise of a dedicated marine biologist, the ingenuity of a brilliant prosthetics doctor, and the unwavering devotion of a young boy to bring about a groundbreaking miracle - a miracle that might not only save Winter but could also help thousands of people around the world.

Metrics

Rotten Tomatoes
Critics Certified FreshAudience Upright
Critics
82% - Certified Fresh
Audience
81% - Upright

Movie Details

Production Budget:$37,000,000
Domestic Releases: September 23rd, 2011 (Wide) by Warner Bros.
Video Release: December 20th, 2011 by Warner Home Video
MPAA Rating: PG for some mild thematic elements.
(Rating bulletin 2179, 7/6/2011)
Running Time: 112 minutes
Franchise: Dolphin Tale
Keywords: Inventor, Amputee, Underwater, Animal Lead, 3-D
Source:Based on Real Life Events
Genre:Drama
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Dramatization
Production Companies: Alcon Entertainment

Cast

   Dr. Clay Haskett
   Lorraine Nelson
   Sawyer Nelson
   Reed Haskett
   Hazel Haskett
   Dr. Cameron McCarthy
Austin Stowell    Kyle Connellan
Frances Sternhagen    Gloria Forrest
Austin Highsmith    Phoebe
Betsy Landin    Kat
Juliana Harkavy    Rebecca
Megan Lozicki    Brittany
James Fitzpatrick    Max Connellan
Kim Ostrenko    Alyce Connellan
Michael Roark    Donovan Peck
Richard Libertini    Fisherman
Ray McKinnon    Mr. Doyle
Ashley White    Sandra Sinclair
Tom Nowicki    Philip J. Hordern
Rus Blackwell    Coach Vansky
Marc Macaulay    Board Member Fitch
Jennifer De Castroverde    Board Member Marx
Denise Durette    Board Member Christina
Vivian Ruiz    Virginia
Laila Harris    Little Girl in Wheelchairs
Stacy-Ann Rose    Little Girl's Mother
Kurt Yaeber    Veteran Tim
Mike Maki    Veteran Mike
Mike Pniewski    Prosthetic Consultant
Nicholas Turner Martin    Bully #1
Carlos Guerrero, Jr.    Bully #2
Paul Amaki    Kyle's Friend
Charlotte Connick    Hordern's Grandchild

Production and Technical Credits

Director   
Screenwriter    Karen Janszen
Screenwriter    Noam Dromi
Producer    Andrew A. Kosove
Producer    Broderick Johnson
Producer    Richard Ingber
Executive Producer    Robert Engelman
Executive Producer    Steven P. Wegner
Director of Photography    Carl Walter Lindenlaub
Production Designer    Michael Corenblith
Editor    Harvey Rosenstock
Costume Designer    Hope Hanafin
Visual Effects Supervisor    Robert Munroe
Co-Producer    Yolanda T. Cochran
Co-Producer    David Yates
Music Supervisor    Deva Anderson
Composer    Mark Isham
Casting Director    Kerry Barden
Casting Director    Paul Schnee
Unit Production Manager    Jim Bigham
Unit Production Manager    Robert Engelman
First Assistant Director    Philip Patterson
Assistant Director    Meaghan F. McLaughlin
Associate Producer    Brad Arensman
Associate Producer    Carl Rogers

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Blu-ray Sales: Harry Potter and the Century Mark

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Part 2 climbed into first place on the Blu-ray sales chart with 232,000 units / $4.63 million over the week for a total of 4.79 million units / $102.50 million after seven weeks of release. It became only the third Blu-ray to reach the $100 million milestone. More...

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DVD and Blu-ray Releases for December 20th, 2011

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Weekend Predictions: Will the Box Office Footlose or Footwin?

Firstly, I would like to apologize for the Footloose / Footlose pun in the title. It is unacceptable, even by my standards. Secondly, we are going to lose. This weekend last year Jackass 3D broke the record for biggest October weekend and there's no chance that feat will be replicated this weekend. In fact, there's almost no chance this weekend will match Red's opening last year. Footloose, The Thing, and The Big Year won't earn $50 million over the weekend combined. We really need the win, but all evidence points to a tough loss in the year-over-year comparison. More...

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Weekend Estimates: Real Steel Wins Opening Bout

This weekend is turning out almost precisely as predicted in our Friday preview, with Real Steel cruising to a comfortable with with an estimated $27.3 million and Ides of March under-performing a bit with $10.4 million. Both movies seem to have found their intended audiences fairly successfully, but March was clearly hindered by mediocre reviews. More...

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Weekend Wrap-Up: Tale Tall During Sophomore Stint

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It was a very good weekend at the box office, compared to the average for this time of year. None of the four wide releases were real bombs, although a couple opened soft, they were within the range of expectations. Also, The Lion King held on even better than expected leading the way for the second weekend in a row. This helped the film grow just over 16% from last weekend to $117 million. More importantly, the overall box office was close to 17% higher than this weekend last year. Not only did The Lion King top Wall Street 2: Money Never Sleeps's opening, so did Moneyball and Dolphin Tale. Year-to-date, 2011 is still behind 2010 by 4% at $7.85 billion to $8.14 billion, but a few more wins like this and that gap will start to close. More...

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Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2011/09/23 3 $5,097,129   3,507 $1,453   $5,097,129 1
2011/09/24 2 $8,636,208 +69% 3,507 $2,463   $13,733,337 2
2011/09/25 2 $5,419,064 -37% 3,507 $1,545   $19,152,401 3
2011/09/26 4 $744,331 -86% 3,507 $212   $19,896,732 4
2011/09/27 4 $879,063 +18% 3,507 $251   $20,775,795 5
2011/09/28 3 $833,197 -5% 3,507 $238   $21,608,992 6
2011/09/29 3 $1,662,385 +100% 3,507 $474   $23,271,377 7
2011/09/30 2 $3,486,960 +110% 3,515 $992   $26,758,337 8
2011/10/01 1 $6,522,453 +87% 3,515 $1,856   $33,280,790 9
2011/10/02 1 $3,903,006 -40% 3,515 $1,110   $37,183,796 10
2011/10/03 3 $611,019 -84% 3,515 $174   $37,794,815 11
2011/10/04 3 $784,085 +28% 3,515 $223   $38,578,900 12
2011/10/05 3 $652,271 -17% 3,515 $186   $39,231,171 13
2011/10/06 3 $678,474 +4% 3,515 $193   $39,909,645 14
2011/10/07 3 $2,408,305 +255% 3,478 $692   $42,317,950 15
2011/10/08 3 $3,952,798 +64% 3,478 $1,137   $46,270,748 16
2011/10/09 3 $2,769,988 -30% 3,478 $796   $49,040,736 17
2011/10/10 2 $1,715,485 -38% 3,478 $493   $50,756,221 18
2011/10/11 5 $555,417 -68% 3,478 $160   $51,311,638 19
2011/10/12 5 $467,259 -16% 3,478 $134   $51,778,897 20
2011/10/13 5 $548,084 +17% 3,478 $158   $52,326,981 21
2011/10/14 6 $1,683,409 +207% 3,286 $512   $54,010,390 22
2011/10/15 5 $2,827,395 +68% 3,286 $860   $56,837,785 23
2011/10/16 4 $1,722,381 -39% 3,286 $524   $58,560,166 24
2011/10/17 7 $362,495 -79% 3,286 $110   $58,922,661 25
2011/10/18 7 $391,490 +8% 3,286 $119   $59,314,151 26
2011/10/19 7 $388,365 -1% 3,286 $118   $59,702,516 27
2011/10/20 5 $488,159 +26% 3,286 $149   $60,190,675 28
2011/10/21 7 $1,246,449 +155% 2,828 $441   $61,437,124 29
2011/10/22 6 $1,849,605 +48% 2,828 $654   $63,286,729 30
2011/10/23 5 $1,121,206 -39% 2,828 $396   $64,407,935 31
2011/10/24 9 $231,371 -79% 2,828 $82   $64,639,306 32
2011/10/25 10 $233,263 +1% 2,828 $82   $64,872,569 33
2011/10/26 9 $231,136 -1% 2,828 $82   $65,103,705 34
2011/10/27 7 $298,159 +29% 2,828 $105   $65,401,864 35
2011/10/28 12 $445,949 +50% 1,838 $243   $65,847,813 36
2011/10/29 12 $719,515 +61% 1,838 $391   $66,567,328 37
2011/10/30 12 $467,965 -35% 1,838 $255   $67,035,293 38
2011/10/31 11 $177,143 -62% 1,838 $96   $67,212,436 39
2011/11/01 - $140,417 -21% 1,838 $76   $67,352,853 40
2011/11/02 13 $116,229 -17% 1,838 $63   $67,469,082 41
2011/11/03 12 $126,035 +8% 1,838 $69   $67,595,117 42
2011/11/04 15 $239,013 +90% 1,105 $216   $67,834,130 43
2011/11/05 14 $478,050 +100% 1,105 $433   $68,312,180 44
2011/11/06 14 $305,203 -36% 1,105 $276   $68,617,383 45
2011/11/07 15 $63,060 -79% 1,105 $57   $68,680,443 46
2011/11/08 14 $96,487 +53% 1,105 $87   $68,776,930 47
2011/11/09 - $58,491 -39% 1,105 $53   $68,835,421 48
2011/11/10 15 $105,357 +80% 1,105 $95   $68,940,778 49
2011/11/11 - $257,708 +145% 705 $366   $69,198,486 50
2011/11/12 - $267,232 +4% 705 $379   $69,465,718 51
2011/11/13 - $168,354 -37% 705 $239   $69,634,072 52
2011/11/14 - $29,631 -82% 705 $42   $69,663,703 53
2011/11/15 - $31,112 +5% 705 $44   $69,694,815 54
2011/11/16 - $28,001 -10% 705 $40   $69,722,816 55
2011/11/17 - $33,321 +19% 705 $47   $69,756,137 56
2011/11/18 - $59,540 +79% 388 $153   $69,815,677 57
2011/11/19 - $118,160 +98% 388 $305   $69,933,837 58
2011/11/20 - $83,291 -30% 388 $215   $70,017,128 59
2011/11/21 - $41,646 -50% 388 $107   $70,058,774 60
2011/11/22 - $52,307 +26% 388 $135   $70,111,081 61
2011/11/23 - $44,510 -15% 216 $206   $70,155,591 62
2011/11/24 - $21,810 -51% 216 $101   $70,177,401 63
2011/11/25 - $71,438 +228% 216 $331   $70,248,839 64
2011/11/26 - $72,055 +1% 216 $334   $70,320,894 65
2011/11/27 - $42,361 -41% 216 $196   $70,363,255 66
2011/11/28 - $9,320 -78% 216 $43   $70,372,575 67
2011/11/29 - $8,813 -5% 216 $41   $70,381,388 68
2011/11/30 - $8,139 -8% 216 $38   $70,389,527 69
2011/12/01 - $10,071 +24% 216 $47   $70,399,598 70
2011/12/02 - $82,328 +717% 410 $201   $70,481,926 71
2011/12/03 - $139,611 +70% 410 $341   $70,621,537 72
2011/12/04 - $93,339 -33% 410 $228   $70,714,876 73
2011/12/05 - $19,602 -79% 410 $48   $70,734,478 74
2011/12/06 - $24,482 +25% 410 $60   $70,758,960 75
2011/12/07 - $19,586 -20% 410 $48   $70,778,546 76
2011/12/08 - $20,369 +4% 410 $50   $70,798,915 77
2011/12/09 - $69,517 +241% 342 $203   $70,868,432 78
2011/12/10 - $126,070 +81% 342 $369   $70,994,502 79
2011/12/11 - $74,150 -41% 342 $217   $71,068,652 80
2011/12/12 - $16,013 -78% 342 $47   $71,084,665 81
2011/12/13 - $18,996 +19% 342 $56   $71,103,661 82
2011/12/14 - $16,337 -14% 342 $48   $71,119,998 83
2011/12/15 - $17,770 +9% 342 $52   $71,137,768 84
2011/12/16 - $47,261 +166% 281 $168   $71,185,029 85
2011/12/17 - $87,406 +85% 281 $311   $71,272,435 86
2011/12/18 - $58,425 -33% 281 $208   $71,330,860 87
2011/12/19 - $39,477 -32% 281 $140   $71,370,337 88
2011/12/20 - $56,831 +44% 281 $202   $71,427,168 89
2011/12/21 - $39,036 -31% 250 $156   $71,466,204 90
2011/12/22 - $44,952 +15% 250 $180   $71,511,156 91
2011/12/23 - $39,177 -13% 188 $208   $71,550,333 92
2011/12/24 - $17,940 -54% 188 $95   $71,568,273 93
2011/12/25 - $18,976 +6% 188 $101   $71,587,249 94
2011/12/26 - $49,954 +163% 188 $266   $71,637,203 95
2011/12/27 - $56,448 +13% 188 $300   $71,693,651 96
2011/12/28 - $57,012 +1% 188 $303   $71,750,663 97
2011/12/29 - $61,003 +7% 188 $324   $71,811,666 98
2011/12/30 - $64,759 +6% 188 $344   $71,876,425 99
2011/12/31 - $46,291 -29% 188 $246   $71,922,716 100
2012/01/01 - $41,076 -11% 188 $218   $71,963,792 101
2012/01/02 - $52,177 +27% 188 $278   $72,015,969 102
2012/01/03 - $24,524 -53% 188 $130   $72,040,493 103
2012/01/04 - $15,696 -36% 188 $83   $72,056,189 104
2012/01/05 - $14,284 -9% 188 $76   $72,070,473 105
2012/01/06 - $22,200 +55% 149 $149   $72,092,673 106
2012/01/07 - $45,810 +106% 149 $307   $72,138,483 107
2012/01/08 - $27,336 -40% 149 $183   $72,165,819 108
2012/01/09 - $5,194 -81% 149 $35   $72,171,013 109
2012/01/10 - $6,544 +26% 149 $44   $72,177,557 110
2012/01/11 - $5,301 -19% 149 $36   $72,182,858 111
2012/01/12 - $5,358 +1% 149 $36   $72,188,216 112
2012/01/13 - $8,244 +54% 91 $91   $72,196,460 113
2012/01/14 - $18,008 +118% 91 $198   $72,214,468 114
2012/01/15 - $14,107 -22% 91 $155   $72,228,575 115
2012/01/16 - $19,199 +36% 91 $211   $72,247,774 116
2012/01/17 - $2,504 -87% 91 $28   $72,250,278 117
2012/01/18 - $2,194 -12% 91 $24   $72,252,472 118
2012/01/19 - $2,325 +6% 91 $26   $72,254,797 119
2012/01/20 - $5,063 +118% 63 $80   $72,259,860 120
2012/01/21 - $12,872 +154% 63 $204   $72,272,732 121
2012/01/22 - $6,958 -46% 63 $110   $72,279,690 122
2012/01/23 - $2,202 -68% 63 $35   $72,281,892 123
2012/01/24 - $1,756 -20% 63 $28   $72,283,648 124
2012/01/25 - $1,330 -24% 63 $21   $72,284,978 125
2012/01/26 - $1,801 +35% 63 $29   $72,286,779 126

Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2011/09/23 3 $19,152,401   3,507 $5,461   $19,152,401 3
2011/09/30 1 $13,912,419 -27% 3,515 $3,958   $37,183,796 10
2011/10/07 3 $9,131,091 -34% 3,478 $2,625   $49,040,736 17
2011/10/14 5 $6,233,185 -32% 3,286 $1,897   $58,560,166 24
2011/10/21 6 $4,217,260 -32% 2,828 $1,491   $64,407,935 31
2011/10/28 13 $1,633,429 -61% 1,838 $889   $67,035,293 38
2011/11/04 14 $1,022,266 -37% 1,105 $925   $68,617,383 45
2011/11/11 15 $693,294 -32% 705 $983   $69,634,072 52
2011/11/18 24 $260,991 -62% 388 $673   $70,017,128 59
2011/11/25 31 $185,854 -29% 216 $860   $70,363,255 66
2011/12/02 18 $315,278 +70% 410 $769   $70,714,876 73
2011/12/09 21 $269,737 -14% 342 $789   $71,068,652 80
2011/12/16 22 $193,092 -28% 281 $687   $71,330,860 87
2011/12/23 33 $76,093 -61% 188 $405   $71,587,249 94
2011/12/30 32 $152,126 +100% 188 $809   $71,963,792 101
2012/01/06 37 $95,346 -37% 149 $640   $72,165,819 108
2012/01/13 46 $40,359 -58% 91 $444   $72,228,575 115
2012/01/20 54 $24,893 -38% 63 $395   $72,279,690 122

Weekly US DVD Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
12/25/20113691,684 691,684$10,368,343$10,368,3431
1/1/20125184,125-73% 875,809$2,760,034$13,128,3772
1/8/20123151,818-18% 1,027,627$2,275,752$15,404,1293
1/15/20126102,335-33% 1,129,962$1,534,002$16,938,1304
1/22/2012872,968-29% 1,202,930$1,093,790$18,031,9215
1/29/2012870,850-3% 1,273,780$1,062,042$19,093,9626
2/5/20121161,992-13% 1,335,772$929,260$20,023,2227
2/12/20121549,039-21% 1,384,811$735,095$20,758,3178
2/19/20122814,384-71% 1,399,195$217,630$20,975,9479
2/26/20122815,166+5% 1,414,361$234,921$21,210,86810
7/15/20121169,060 1,568,690$1,100,816$23,677,08930
9/28/20142813,251 2,165,062$128,535$30,762,476145

Weekly US Blu-ray Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
12/25/20113332,738 332,738$7,719,519$7,719,5191
1/1/20121133,624-90% 366,362$826,480$8,545,9992
1/8/20121124,509-27% 390,871$595,078$9,141,0773
1/15/20121713,215-46% 404,086$303,809$9,444,8864
1/22/20121318,098+37% 422,184$459,155$9,904,0415
1/29/20121911,113-39% 433,297$259,710$10,163,7516

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