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Gone Fishin' (1997)

Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $19,745,922Details
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Metrics

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Movie Details

Domestic Releases: May 30th, 1997 (Wide) by Walt Disney
MPAA Rating: PG for mild violence and language
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Source:Original Screenplay
Genre:Comedy
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Contemporary Fiction

Ranking on other Records and Milestones

RecordRankAmountChart
Date
Days In
Release
Biggest Domestic 17th Weekend 1,104 $29,673 Sep 19, 1997 115
Biggest Domestic 16th Weekend 1,129 $47,036 Sep 12, 1997 108
Biggest Domestic 15th Weekend 1,219 $57,244 Sep 5, 1997 101
Biggest Domestic 14th Weekend 1,136 $93,977 Aug 29, 1997 94
Biggest Domestic 13th Weekend 1,063 $139,529 Aug 22, 1997 87
Biggest Domestic 12th Weekend 794 $258,645 Aug 15, 1997 80
Biggest Domestic 11th Weekend 750 $348,853 Aug 8, 1997 73
Biggest Domestic 10th Weekend 3,039 $28,311 Aug 1, 1997 66
Biggest Domestic 9th Weekend 2,918 $55,448 Jul 25, 1997 59
Biggest Domestic 8th Weekend 3,057 $75,641 Jul 18, 1997 52
Biggest Domestic 7th Weekend 2,843 $148,554 Jul 11, 1997 45
Biggest Domestic 6th Weekend 3,008 $226,271 Jul 4, 1997 38
Biggest Domestic 5th Weekend 2,682 $632,997 Jun 27, 1997 31
Biggest Domestic 4th Weekend 2,800 $1,196,170 Jun 20, 1997 24
Biggest Domestic 3rd Weekend 2,850 $2,045,965 Jun 13, 1997 17
Biggest Domestic 2nd Weekend 3,054 $2,967,041 Jun 6, 1997 10
Biggest Domestic Opening Weekend 2,719 $5,784,123 May 30, 1997 3
Widest Opening Weekend 2,461 1,841 May 30, 1997 3
Never No. 1 Domestic 1,970 $19,745,922 May 30, 1997 0

Cast

Danny Glover    Gus Green
Joe Pesci    Joe Waters
Rosanna Arquette    Rita
Maury Chaykin    Kirk , The Waiter

Production and Technical Credits

Sound Editor    Dan Hegeman

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Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
1997/05/30 3 $5,784,123   1,841 $3,142   $5,784,123 3
1997/06/06 5 $2,967,041 -49% 1,846 $1,607   $10,508,051 10
1997/06/13 6 $2,045,965 -31% 1,804 $1,134   $13,803,484 17
1997/06/20 7 $1,196,170 -42% 1,525 $784   $16,098,759 24
1997/06/27 10 $632,997 -47% 851 $744   $17,351,349 31
1997/07/04 17 $226,271 -64% 317 $714   $17,811,492 38
1997/07/11 24 $148,554 -34% 199 $747   $18,049,357 45
1997/07/18 34 $75,641 -49% 143 $529   $18,189,961 52
1997/07/25 39 $55,448 -27% 101 $549   $18,281,055 59
1997/08/01 51 $28,311 -49% 48 $590   $18,337,746 66
1997/08/08 23 $348,853 +1,132% 429 $813   $18,700,651 73
1997/08/15 25 $258,645 -26% 345 $750   $19,151,384 80
1997/08/22 38 $139,529 -46% 191 $731   $19,408,709 87
1997/08/29 41 $93,977 -33% 136 $691   $19,555,856 94
1997/09/05 42 $57,244 -39% 107 $535   $19,629,418 101
1997/09/12 46 $47,036 -18% 98 $480   $19,694,323 108
1997/09/19 52 $29,673 -37% 74 $401   $19,736,932 115

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
1997/06/20 7 $349,211   1,525 $229   $15,251,800 22
1997/06/21 6 $507,893 +45% 1,525 $333   $15,759,693 23
1997/06/22 7 $339,066 -33% 1,525 $222   $16,098,759 24
1997/06/23 7 $135,910 -60% 1,525 $89   $16,234,669 25
1997/06/24 7 $160,922 +18% 1,525 $106   $16,395,591 26
1997/06/25 9 $155,469 -3% 1,525 $102   $16,551,060 27
1997/06/26 8 $167,292 +8% 1,525 $110   $16,718,352 28
1997/06/27 - $193,010 +15% 851 $227   $16,911,362 29
1997/06/28 - $255,874 +33% 851 $301   $17,167,236 30
1997/06/29 - $184,113 -28% 851 $216   $17,351,349 31
1997/06/30 - $90,206 -51% 851 $106   $17,441,555 32
1997/07/01 - $73,728 -18% 851 $87   $17,515,283 33
1997/07/02 - $27,062 -63% 851 $32   $17,542,345 34
1997/07/03 - $42,876 +58% 851 $50   $17,585,221 35

Weekly Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
1997/05/30 3 $7,541,010   1,841 $4,096   $7,541,010 7
1997/06/06 5 $4,216,509 -44% 1,846 $2,284   $11,757,519 14
1997/06/13 7 $3,145,070 -25% 1,804 $1,743   $14,902,589 21
1997/06/20 7 $1,815,763 -42% 1,525 $1,191   $16,718,352 28
1997/06/27 11 $866,869 -52% 851 $1,019   $17,585,221 35
1997/07/04 18 $315,582 -64% 317 $996   $17,900,803 42
1997/07/11 24 $213,517 -32% 199 $1,073   $18,114,320 49
1997/07/18 36 $111,287 -48% 143 $778   $18,225,607 56
1997/07/25 41 $83,828 -25% 101 $830   $18,309,435 63
1997/08/01 48 $42,363 -49% 48 $883   $18,351,798 70
1997/08/08 22 $540,941 +1,177% 429 $1,261   $18,892,739 77
1997/08/15 25 $376,441 -30% 345 $1,091   $19,269,180 84
1997/08/22 36 $192,699 -49% 191 $1,009   $19,461,879 91
1997/08/29 41 $110,295 -43% 136 $811   $19,572,174 98
1997/09/05 39 $75,113 -32% 107 $702   $19,647,287 105
1997/09/12 47 $59,972 -20% 98 $612   $19,707,259 112