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The Illusionist (2006)

Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $39,868,642Details
International Box Office $43,923,420
Worldwide Box Office $83,792,062
Home Market Performance
Domestic DVD Sales $38,239,483 Details
Total Domestic Video Sales $38,239,483
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  6. Cast & Crew
  7. Trailer

Metrics

Rotten Tomatoes
Critics Certified FreshAudience Upright
Critics
74% - Certified Fresh
Audience
83% - Upright

Latest Ranking on Cumulative Box Office Lists


Movie Details

Production Budget:$16,500,000
Domestic Releases: August 18th, 2006 (Wide) by Yari Film Group Releasing
Video Release: January 9th, 2007 by Fox Home Entertainment
MPAA Rating: PG-13 for some sexuality and violence.
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Keywords: Secret Magic, Cross-Class Romance, Costume Drama, Surprise Twist, Stage Magician, Skeptic, 1880s
Source:Based on Fiction Book/Short Story
Genre:Drama
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Historical Fiction
Production Countries: United States

Ranking on other Records and Milestones

RecordRankRevenueChart
Date
Days In
Release
Biggest 23rd Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 536 $8,121 Jan 19, 2007 157
Biggest 22nd Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 576 $12,580 Jan 12, 2007 150
Biggest 21st Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 613 $19,143 Jan 5, 2007 143
Biggest 20th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 666 $24,858 Dec 29, 2006 136
Biggest 18th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 880 $33,003 Dec 15, 2006 122
Biggest 17th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 905 $49,853 Dec 8, 2006 115
Biggest 16th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 930 $76,901 Dec 1, 2006 108
Biggest 15th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 757 $142,947 Nov 24, 2006 101
Biggest 14th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 1,259 $76,956 Nov 17, 2006 94
Biggest 13th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 915 $169,274 Nov 10, 2006 87
Biggest 12th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 579 $362,959 Nov 3, 2006 80
Biggest 11th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 534 $503,844 Oct 27, 2006 73
Biggest 10th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 508 $744,221 Oct 20, 2006 66
Biggest 9th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 426 $1,374,959 Oct 13, 2006 59
Biggest 8th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 458 $1,886,165 Oct 6, 2006 52
Biggest 7th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 448 $2,735,500 Sep 29, 2006 45
Biggest 6th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 547 $3,333,383 Sep 22, 2006 38
Biggest 5th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 838 $3,623,084 Sep 15, 2006 31
Biggest 4th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 1,027 $4,514,306 Sep 8, 2006 24
Biggest 3rd Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 1,095 $6,306,843 Sep 1, 2006 17
Biggest 2nd Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 3,669 $1,835,240 Aug 25, 2006 10
Biggest Opening Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 4,601 $927,956 Aug 18, 2006 3

Cast

Edward Norton    Eisenheim
Paul Giamatti    Chief Inspector Uhl
Jessica Biel    Princess Sophie
Rufus Sewell    Crown Prince Leopold
Aaron Johnson   

Production and Technical Credits

Composer    Philip Glass

DVD and Blu-ray Releases for June 8th, 2010

June 8th, 2010

This time of year is normally very slow at the home market. It's too late for the last of the winter blockbusters to find their way onto DVD, while it is too early for the flood of TV on DVD releases coming out to promote the upcoming season. However, thanks to a better than expected spring at the box office, we have another strong week at the top. The best-selling release is Shutter Island. While that movie is good enough to be worth picking up on its own, the DVD and Blu-ray are weak enough to prevent it from being the Pick of the Week. To find the Pick of the Week we have to go a little further down the sales list till we get to Not the Messiah: He's a Very Naughty Boy on Blu-ray from Amazon and Animation Express on Blu-ray. More...

International Details - Hogs Gone Wild

April 15th, 2007

Wild Hogs had its best performance of its run so far climbing into sixth place with $3.33 million on 817 screens in 8 markets for a total of $18.43 million after a month of release. About half of that came from the film's number one debut in Mexico where it earned $1.33 million on 355 screens over the weekend and $1.67 million including previews while the film did reasonable business in Taiwan with $345,000 on 40. Its best market to date has been Australia where the film has earned $11.30 million, including $907,000 on 263 screens this past weekend. More...

International Details - Taxi Still Picking Up Plenty of Passengers

March 25th, 2007

The French film, Taxi 4, just missed the top five with $3.94 million on 1255 screens in 7 markets for a total of $49.56 million. Obviously, most of that has come from France, $35.70 million in fact, but the film is also doing well in Russia with $10.63 million so far, including $2.22 million on 466 screens over the weekend. More...

International Details - Rushing to the Top

March 18th, 2007

There was quite an international flavor on the charts this past weekend with five local hits charting, and one more just missing that mark. The best of these was Lubov Morkov, which opened in sixth place with $5.38 million on 492 screens in 4 markets over the weekend and $6.28 million in total. Of this amount, $4.90 million on 427 screens was earned over the weekend in Russia while it managed $5.80 million including midweek numbers. More...

International Details - Music Holds onto an Extended Note

March 11th, 2007

Music and Lyrics remained in sixth place with $5.64 million on 1645 screens in 18 markets for a total of $32.01 million internationally. The film disappointed domestically, but it appears to be making up for that softness on the international scene. The film's best opening of the weekend came from South Korea where it placed second with $2.06 million on 144 screens while it also grabbed second place in Brazil with $490,000 on 140. Holdovers were led by the U.K. where the film earned $1.09 million on 364 screens during its fourth week of release for a total of $15.71 million in that market alone. That's close to a $100 million run here, taking into account the relative sizes of the two markets. More...

International Details - Apocalypto Nowish

January 28th, 2007

Apocalypto climbed into sixth place despite dropping 13% to $6.72 million on 2072 screens for a total of $37.90 million. Its best market of the week was Spain where it opened in first place with $1.94 million on 283 screens. More...

Employee of the Month is the Rental of the Week

January 27th, 2007

New releases dominated both charts on the home market with Employee of the Month taking top spot on the rental charts with just $5.31 million during its first week of release. More...

Award Season - Oscar Nods Offer Little Surprises - Correction

January 23rd, 2007

The Oscar nominations were handed out today and for the most part they've followed the script written by previous awards committees fairly closely. More...

Home Market Cranks Out the New Releases

January 20th, 2007

There were plenty of new releases this week, but all but two missed the top 10. However, those two DVDs finished one-two on the charts. Crank topped The Illusionist $6.09 million to $5.59 million. More...

DVD Releases for January 9, 2007

January 8th, 2007

It's a strange week for DVD releases. On the one hand, there's not a big selection of releases coming out this week. On the other hand, half the ones on this list are worth adding to your DVD collection. Back to the original hand, none are really worthy of DVD Pick of the Week. Idiocracy - Buy from Amazon is a good movie, but has no where near the extras needed. The Illusionist - Buy from Amazon comes close but still falls just short. MI-5 - Volume 4 - Buy from Amazon is a great package, but at a price that will scare off casual fans. In the end, while I rated a lot of DVDs as buys, none are worth the DVD Pick of the Week. More...

International Details - Truly International Box Office

December 17th, 2006

Open Season solidified its chances to reach $100 million with a first place debut in Italy. Over the weekend the film just managed to beat Happy Feet $1.68 million to $1.66 million over the weekend, (with midweek numbers Open Season earned $1.82 million on 430 screens). The film was not as successful in Japan with just $968,000 on 441 screens; with such a small per theatre average, it will likely disappear quickly from charts. Overall it earned $4.97 million on 3451 screens in 51 markets for a total of $87.16 million; and even with no major markets left to open in, it does have a great shot at $100 million before its run is over. More...

International Details - Saw Sees Better Days

December 11th, 2006

Saw III slipped another spot to sixth with $4.46 million on 1518 screens in 29 markets for an international total of $54.27 million. Its best opening of the weekend came in South Korea where it placed third with $1.08 million on 144 screens, which is the last major opening for the film this year. More...

International Details - Open Season Starts to Close Out Its Run

December 3rd, 2006

Open Season only has a few more markets to open in and is starting to shed screens and markets; however, it sill managed sixth place with $4.08 million on 3489 screens in 49 markets for a two-month total of $76.58 million. This week the film opened in first place in both South Africa with $257,000 on 77 screens and in the Czech Republic with $79,000 on 23 screens. More...

Award Season - Fighting for Independence

November 29th, 2006

As always, Award Season officially begins with the announcing of the Independent Spirit Award nominations. While this is the first major awards to announce their nominations, they are one of the last to hand them out so the nominees have a long wait ahead of them. More...

International Details - Devil Drops Out of Top Five

November 26th, 2006

Late numbers for the international weekend meant there was a shakeup in the top five with Saw III trading places with The Devil Wears Prada. Saw III took fourth with $6.54 million on 1912 screens in 20 markets for a total of $37.18 million. Meanwhile, The Devil Wears Prada fell to sixth with $5.87 million on 2452 screens in 23 markets for a total of $172.54 million. It was also the first time in nearly two months that the film didn't place in the top five on the international box office. More...

Movie Queen's Reign Rivals Real Royalty

October 17th, 2006

The Queen led the per theatre charts for the third weekend in a row, taking in an average of $22,228 in its 46 theatres. Granted, the film has a while to catch up to the more than 50 year reign of Queen Elizabeth II, but this is still a very rare feat for a film to accomplish. Second place went to newcomer Sweet Land with an unexpected opening weekend average of $20,930. The only other film to top $10,000 was Little Children as the film held up very well, dipping less than 14% to $16,910. More...

Royalty Rule the Per Theatre Chart

October 3rd, 2006

The Queen was crowned champion of the per theatre charts this weekend after it earned an astounding $122,000 in 3 theatres for an average of $40,671. Even more impressive is the fact that it earned that in just two days as Friday's debut was actually part of the New York Film Festival and not a theatrical release. Second place went to another regally titled film, The Last King of Scotland; this film brought in $143,000 in 4 theatres for an average of $35,725. Even more impressive is the fact that it opened on Wednesday, which undoubtedly kept its weekend box office lower than it otherwise would have been. Both films seemed poised to earn some measure of mainstream success, which will really help their chances come awards season. There were two other films to top $10,000 on the per theatre charts, Old Joy at $13,029 and A Guide to Recognizing Your Saints at $11,848. More...

Sound as Science

September 26th, 2006

The Science of Sleep started its theatrical run atop the per theatre charts with nearly $350,000 in 14 theatres for an average of $24,852. The studio hopes to expand the film into 200 theatres this weekend but it is too soon to tell if the film will be able to attract an audience outside the art house circuit. Second place went to American Hardcore as the documentary took in $18,102 in its lone theatre. Next up were a pair of holdovers with Old Joy earning $17,556 in one theatre, which is more than it made during its entire, nearly month-long release. Finally, Keeping Mum fell just 25.67% to just over $20,000 in 2 theatres for an average of $10,077. More...

Mum's the Word

September 19th, 2006

After struggling nearly everywhere it played, including its native U.K., Keeping Mum led the way on the per theatres charts with an average of $13,556 in two theatres. This could be enough for it to earn some measure of mainstream success, but that's far from guaranteed. The U.S. vs John Lennon opened with nearly $70,000 in 6 theatres for an average of $11,524, which was just ahead of the only holdover to top $10,000, Man Push Cart with $11,002 in its lone theatre. More...

Opening the Door to the Per Theater Charts

September 12th, 2006

Red Doors earned top spot on the per theatre charts after starting its theatrical run with just over $35,000 in its two theatres for an average of $17,525. Hopefully this will allow the film to expand in the coming weeks. Man Push Cart was the only other film to top $10,000 as it took in $13,694 in its lone theatre. More...

Summer Has Officially Ended

September 12th, 2006

The second weekend in September is quite often the slowest weekend of the year, and that appears to be the case here. Overall the total box office was a mere $71 million. To put that into perspective, if that was earned by just one film this weekend, it would only place fourth on the list of 2006's biggest openings. Needless to say, the overall box office was down this weekend, by a massive 31.3% from the last weekend. Compared to the same weekend last year the decline was smaller at 18.2%, but that was a more devastating result in the overall scheme of things. More...

Covenant Hopes to Bewitch Box Office

September 7th, 2006

This week we have a trio of new releases opening wide, but only one of them managed a theater count above 2,000. I suppose the studios for the other two films are hoping to earn high per theater averages and expand in the coming weeks based on strong word-of-mouth. But that almost never works. More...

Unrated Unbeatable on the Per Theatre Charts

September 6th, 2006

This Film is Not Yet Rated started its run with a first place finish on the per theatre charts as it took in $30,664 in 2 theatres for an average of $15,332. The only other film to top $10,000 was Mutual Appreciation with $13,142 in its lone theatre. More...

Invincible Remains so as New Releases Struggle

September 6th, 2006

Labor Day long weekend is the official end of the movie summer season and this year it ended on a high note. While the 3-day total was 1.4% lower than last weekend, the $102 million it earned was 8.7% better than the same weekend last year. Adding in Monday and the box office reached $129 million, up 9.2% from last year. More...

Labor Day Delay

September 4th, 2006

It's the Labor Day today, which means there will be a one day delay in a few regular columns including the weekend wrap up and the per theatre charts. The DVD release column will be published late tonight, very late tonight. Perhaps even in the early morning hours of tomorrow. In the meantime, here are the studio estimates for the weekend numbers... More...

Can New Releases Defeat Invincible?

September 1st, 2006

It's the Labor Day weekend, the weakest long weekend in the movie business. There are a trio of new releases trying to take on Invincible's undefeated record (current winning streak: 1), but the odds of there being a new winner this weekend are 50 / 50. More...

Per Theatre Charts - No Illusion

August 29th, 2006

The Illusionist was able to climb to the top of the per theatre charts this week despite seeing its theatre count nearly triple. The film's average of $12,745 was significantly, but not overwhelmingly ahead of second place Suicide Killers, which earned $10,601 in its lone theatre. Half Nelson, which led the charts the previous two weeks, slipped to third but still managed to maintain its $10,000 per theatre average with nearly $211,000 in 21 theatres for an average of $10,036. More...

Nelson Continues to Put Strangle Hold on Per Theatre Charts

August 22nd, 2006

Half Nelson was able to remain on top of the per theatre charts, barely, with an average of $18,755 in three theatres. That was less than $1,000 ahead of the second place film, The Illusionist and its $18,195 average; that figure is made even more impressive by the film's 51 theatre count, which is very high for a limited release and usually causes serious problems because the distributor can't do national advertising, but local advertising in lots of markets becomes very expensive.

For the third weekend in a row, The Wedding Curse's average topped $10,000 as it earned just over $50,000 in 3 theatres for an average of $17,271. Another holdover rounded out the list of $10,000 films as Viva Pedro saw its box office dip less than 24% to $10,227 in its lone theatre. More...

2006 Preview: August

August 1st, 2006

July finally brought us the year's first truly monster his with Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest, but outside that film, most of the month disappointed. With August being a bit of a dumping ground for films that didn't work out, the weakness in the box office should continue. Add in a few surprise hits last year and 2006 may have trouble keeping up with last years pace. More...

Movie Website Updates for July 1st - July 7

July 7th, 2006

After the busiest week in more than a month, we have the slowest. While there are several good sites on this week's list, they are either a bit below the award-worthy level, or they are all award winners. So the Weekly Website Award is taking a vacation this week. More...

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Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2006/08/18 20 $927,956   51 $18,195   $927,956 3
2006/08/25 14 $1,835,240 +98% 144 $12,745   $3,198,319 10
2006/09/01 5 $6,306,843 +244% 971 $6,495   $10,366,525 17
2006/09/08 6 $4,514,306 -28% 1,234 $3,658   $17,963,845 24
2006/09/15 7 $3,623,084 -20% 1,438 $2,520   $23,126,885 31
2006/09/22 8 $3,333,383 -8% 1,432 $2,328   $27,592,197 38
2006/09/29 7 $2,735,500 -18% 1,319 $2,074   $31,378,398 45
2006/10/06 10 $1,886,165 -31% 1,149 $1,642   $34,128,177 52
2006/10/13 11 $1,374,959 -27% 825 $1,667   $36,242,974 59
2006/10/20 19 $744,221 -46% 592 $1,257   $37,456,405 66
2006/10/27 20 $503,844 -32% 410 $1,229   $38,216,383 73
2006/11/03 25 $362,959 -28% 286 $1,269   $38,775,960 80
2006/11/10 32 $169,274 -53% 176 $962   $39,071,570 87
2006/11/17 40 $76,956 -55% 176 $437   $39,209,106 94
2006/11/24 31 $142,947 +86% 175 $817   $39,400,847 101
2006/12/01 34 $76,901 -46% 175 $439   $39,519,735 108
2006/12/08 40 $49,853 -35% 121 $412   $39,614,733 115
2006/12/15 48 $33,003 -34% 82 $402   $39,680,302 122
2006/12/29 51 $24,858   53 $469   $39,770,232 136
2007/01/05 56 $19,143 -23% 33 $580   $39,813,885 143
2007/01/12 62 $12,580 -34% 22 $572   $39,825,798 150
2007/01/19 65 $8,121 -35% 22 $369   $39,852,432 157

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2006/09/01 5 $1,582,631   971 $1,630   $5,642,313 15
2006/09/02 5 $2,411,719 +52% 971 $2,484   $8,054,032 16
2006/09/03 5 $2,312,493 -4% 889 $2,601   $10,366,525 17
2006/09/04 5 $1,812,902 -22% 971 $1,867   $12,179,427 18
2006/09/05 5 $490,000 -73% 971 $505   $12,669,000 19
2006/09/06 5 $470,000 -4% 971 $484   $13,139,000 20
2006/09/07 5 $430,000 -9% 971 $443   $13,449,539 21
2006/09/08 6 $1,274,822 +196% 1,234 $1,033   $14,724,361 22
2006/09/09 5 $1,975,295 +55% 1,234 $1,601   $16,699,656 23
2006/09/10 6 $1,264,189 -36% 1,234 $1,024   $17,963,845 24
2006/09/11 5 $370,000 -71% 1,362 $272   $18,454,000 25
2006/09/12 4 $415,000 +12% 1,362 $305   $18,869,000 26
2006/09/13 4 $420,000 +1% 1,362 $308   $19,289,000 27
2006/09/14 3 $440,000 +5% 1,362 $323   $19,503,801 28
2006/09/15 7 $1,078,225 +145% 1,438 $750   $20,582,026 29
2006/09/16 7 $1,555,016 +44% 1,438 $1,081   $22,137,042 30
2006/09/17 6 $989,843 -36% 1,438 $688   $23,126,885 31
2006/09/18 5 $275,000 -72% 1,438 $191   $23,402,000 32
2006/09/19 4 $320,000 +16% 1,438 $223   $23,722,000 33
2006/09/20 4 $296,930 -7% 1,438 $206   $23,991,354 34
2006/09/21 4 $267,460 -10% 1,438 $186   $24,258,814 35
2006/09/22 9 $976,595 +265% 1,432 $682   $25,235,409 36
2006/09/23 8 $1,442,598 +48% 1,432 $1,007   $26,741,193 37
2006/09/24 7 $914,190 -37% 1,432 $638   $27,655,383 38
2006/09/25 7 $235,000 -74% 1,432 $164   $27,827,000 39
2006/09/26 7 $270,000 +15% 1,432 $189   $28,097,000 40
2006/09/27 6 $260,000 -4% 1,432 $182   $28,357,000 41
2006/09/28 6 $260,000 n/c 1,432 $182   $28,642,898 42
2006/09/29 7 $780,000 +200% 1,319 $591   $29,420,000 43
2006/09/30 7 $1,200,000 +54% 1,319 $910   $30,700,000 44
2006/10/01 7 $717,500 -40% 1,319 $544   $31,378,398 45
2006/10/02 7 $225,000 -69% 1,319 $171   $31,603,000 46
2006/10/03 8 $210,000 -7% 1,319 $159   $31,813,000 47
2006/10/04 7 $210,000 n/c 1,319 $159   $32,023,000 48
2006/10/05 7 $219,000 +4% 1,319 $166   $32,242,012 49
2006/10/06 10 $532,898 +143% 1,149 $464   $32,774,910 50
2006/10/07 10 $822,524 +54% 1,149 $716   $33,597,434 51
2006/10/08 10 $530,743 -35% 1,149 $462   $34,128,177 52
2006/10/09 10 $250,000 -53% 1,149 $218   $34,378,000 53
2006/10/10 9 $155,000 -38% 1,149 $135   $34,533,000 54
2006/10/11 8 $170,000 +10% 1,149 $148   $34,703,000 55
2006/10/12 8 $185,000 +9% 1,153 $160   $34,838,115 56

Weekly Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2006/08/18 20 $1,363,079   51 $26,727   $1,363,079 7
2006/08/25 14 $2,696,603 +98% 144 $18,726   $4,059,682 14
2006/09/01 5 $9,389,857 +248% 971 $9,670   $13,449,539 21
2006/09/08 6 $6,054,262 -36% 1,234 $4,906   $19,503,801 28
2006/09/15 7 $4,755,013 -21% 1,438 $3,307   $24,258,814 35
2006/09/22 8 $4,384,084 -8% 1,432 $3,062   $28,642,898 42
2006/09/29 7 $3,599,114 -18% 1,319 $2,729   $32,242,012 49
2006/10/06 10 $2,626,003 -27% 1,149 $2,285   $34,868,015 56
2006/10/13 11 $1,844,169 -30% 825 $2,235   $36,712,184 63
2006/10/20 19 $1,000,355 -46% 592 $1,690   $37,712,539 70
2006/10/27 20 $700,462 -30% 410 $1,708   $38,413,001 77
2006/11/03 23 $489,295 -30% 286 $1,711   $38,902,296 84
2006/11/10 32 $229,854 -53% 176 $1,306   $39,132,150 91
2006/11/17 47 $125,750 -45% 176 $714   $39,257,900 98
2006/11/24 33 $184,934 +47% 175 $1,057   $39,442,834 105
2006/12/01 33 $122,046 -34% 175 $697   $39,564,880 112
2006/12/08 39 $82,419 -32% 121 $681   $39,647,299 119
2006/12/15 47 $55,771 -32% 82 $680   $39,703,070 126
2006/12/22 50 $42,304 -24% 62 $682   $39,745,374 133
2006/12/29 51 $49,368 +17% 53 $931   $39,794,742 140
2007/01/05 56 $31,056 -37% 33 $941   $39,825,798 147
2007/01/12 62 $18,513 -40% 22 $842   $39,844,311 154
2007/01/19 68 $11,552 -38% 22 $525   $39,855,863 161
2007/01/26 78 $7,665 -34% 10 $767   $39,863,528 168
2007/02/02 91 $2,971 -61% 6 $495   $39,866,499 175
2007/02/09 97 $2,143 -28% 4 $536   $39,868,642 182

Weekly US DVD Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
1/14/20072895,418 895,418$15,213,152$15,213,1521
1/21/20075252,267-72% 1,147,685$4,286,016$19,499,1682
1/28/20077159,447-37% 1,307,132$2,709,005$22,208,1733
2/4/20071098,946-38% 1,406,078$1,681,093$23,889,2654
2/11/20072279,749-19% 1,485,827$1,354,936$25,244,2015
2/18/200724135,011+69% 1,620,838$2,293,837$27,538,0386
2/25/20071989,514-34% 1,710,352$1,520,843$29,058,8807
3/4/20072266,581-26% 1,776,933$1,131,211$30,190,0928
3/11/20072751,785-22% 1,828,718$879,827$31,069,9199
3/18/20072166,571+29% 1,895,289$1,131,041$32,200,96010
4/8/200729144,258 2,095,027$2,450,943$35,594,50913

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