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Oliver & Company (1988)

Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $49,576,671Details
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  4. International
  5. Video Sales
  6. Cast & Crew
  7. Trailer

Metrics

Latest Ranking on Cumulative Box Office Lists

RecordRankAmount
All Time Domestic Box Office (Rank 1,601-1,700) 1,633 $49,576,671
All Time Worldwide Box Office (Rank 2,501-2,600) 2,506 $49,576,671

See the Box Office tab (Domestic) and International tab (International and Worldwide) for more Cumulative Box Office Records.


Movie Details

Domestic Releases: November 18th, 1988 (Wide) by Walt Disney
Video Release: May 14th, 2002 by Walt Disney Home Entertainment
MPAA Rating: G
Comparisons: vs. The Little Mermaid
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Source:Based on Fiction Book/Short Story
Genre:Adventure
Production Method:Hand Animation
Creative Type:Kids Fiction
Production Countries: United States

Ranking on other Records and Milestones

RecordRankAmountChart
Date
Days In
Release
Easter (All Movies, 3-Day, Inflation Adjusted) 193 $7,253,855 Apr 5, 1996 2,698
Biggest Domestic 7th Weekend 62 $7,403,439 Dec 30, 1988 45
New Year's Day (All Movies, 3-Day) 186 $7,403,439 Dec 30, 1988 45
New Year's Day (All Movies, 3-Day, Inflation Adjusted) 128 $15,581,447 Dec 30, 1988 45
Christmas (All Movies, 3-Day, Inflation Adjusted) 290 $7,381,615 Dec 23, 1988 38
Thanksgiving (All Movies, 3-Day) 191 $6,338,773 Nov 25, 1988 10
Thanksgiving (All Movies, 3-Day, Inflation Adjusted) 148 $13,340,727 Nov 25, 1988 10
Thanksgiving (All Movies, 5-Day) 213 $6,338,773 Nov 25, 1988 10
Thanksgiving (All Movies, 5-Day, Inflation Adjusted) 197 $13,340,727 Nov 25, 1988 10

Cast

Jonathan Brandis    Additional Voice (uncredited)
Robert Loggia    Sykes (voice)
   Georgette (voice)
Cheech Marin    Ignacio Alonzo Julio Frederico de Tito (Tito)
Roscoe Lee Browne    Francis
Frank Welker    Louie the hotdog man
Richard Mulligan    Einstein
Dom DeLuise    Fagin

Production and Technical Credits

Director   
Associate Producer    Steven Saxton

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Domestic Cumulative Box Office Records


Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossWeek
1988/11/18 4 $4,022,752   952 $4,226   $4,022,752 1
1988/11/25 3 $6,338,773 +58% 952 $6,658   $12,065,731 2
1988/12/02 5 $3,100,641 -51% 952 $3,257   $16,027,541 3
1988/12/09 5 $2,507,749 -19% 952 $2,634   $19,262,745 4
1988/12/16 7 $2,302,040 -8% 1,165 $1,976   $22,072,129 5
1988/12/23 7 $3,507,334 +52% 1,503 $2,334   $27,650,464 6
1988/12/30 4 $7,403,439 +111% 1,503 $4,926   $40,215,756 7
1989/01/06 8 $2,586,924 -65% 1,475 $1,754   $43,586,571 8
1989/01/13 10 $1,917,826 -26% 1,410 $1,360   $45,969,862 9
1989/01/20 10 $1,371,888 -28% 1,454 $944   $48,099,688 10
1989/01/27 12 $1,054,889 -23% 1,316 $802   $49,424,284 11
1996/03/29 4 $4,490,921   2,180 $2,060   $4,490,921 385
1996/04/05 6 $3,706,594 -17% 2,189 $1,693   $10,001,867 386
1996/04/12 9 $2,511,597 -32% 1,887 $1,331   $14,926,115 387
1996/04/19 13 $1,324,386 -47% 1,569 $844   $16,930,948 388
1996/04/26 17 $719,688 -46% 1,008 $714   $17,977,091 389
1996/05/03 22 $378,464 -47% 663 $571   $18,482,585 390
1996/05/10 24 $274,256 -28% 562 $488   $18,839,657 391
1996/05/17 31 $162,292 -41% 461 $352   $19,052,407 392
1996/05/24 37 $158,968 -2% 279 $570   $19,266,312 393
1996/05/31 42 $61,374 -61% 166 $370   $19,346,935 394
1996/06/07 46 $32,009 -48% 102 $314   $19,393,093 395
1996/06/14 48 $21,203 -34% 76 $279   $19,427,617 396
1996/08/02 27 $268,631   533 $504   $19,726,290 403
1996/08/09 30 $179,861 -33% 361 $498   $20,171,830 404
1996/08/16 36 $128,743 -28% 266 $484   $20,460,175 405
1996/08/23 41 $93,471 -27% 184 $508   $20,665,340 406
1996/08/30 50 $62,372 -33% 105 $594   $20,776,941 407

Daily Box Office Performance

Weekly Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossWeek
1988/11/18 4 $5,726,958   952 $6,016   $5,726,958 1
1988/11/25 3 $7,199,942 +26% 952 $7,563   $12,926,900 2
1988/12/02 5 $3,828,096 -47% 952 $4,021   $16,754,996 3
1988/12/09 5 $3,015,093 -21% 952 $3,167   $19,770,089 4
1988/12/16 7 $4,373,041 +45% 1,165 $3,754   $24,143,130 5
1988/12/23 4 $8,669,187 +98% 1,503 $5,768   $32,812,317 6
1988/12/30 5 $8,187,330 -6% 1,503 $5,447   $40,999,647 7
1989/01/06 7 $3,052,389 -63% 1,475 $2,069   $44,052,036 8
1989/01/13 10 $2,675,764 -12% 1,410 $1,898   $46,727,800 9
1989/01/20 10 $1,641,595 -39% 1,454 $1,129   $48,369,395 10
1996/03/29 4 $6,295,273   2,180 $2,888   $6,295,273 385
1996/04/05 6 $6,119,245 -3% 2,189 $2,795   $12,414,518 386
1996/04/12 8 $3,192,044 -48% 1,887 $1,692   $15,606,562 387
1996/04/19 12 $1,650,841 -48% 1,569 $1,052   $17,257,403 388
1996/04/26 17 $846,718 -49% 1,008 $840   $18,104,121 389
1996/05/03 23 $461,280 -46% 663 $696   $18,565,401 390
1996/05/10 27 $324,714 -30% 562 $578   $18,890,115 391
1996/05/17 28 $217,229 -33% 461 $471   $19,107,344 392
1996/05/24 38 $178,217 -18% 279 $639   $19,285,561 393
1996/05/31 41 $75,523 -58% 166 $455   $19,361,084 394
1996/06/07 41 $45,330 -40% 102 $444   $19,406,414 395
1996/08/02 26 $534,310   533 $1,002   $19,991,969 403
1996/08/09 28 $339,463 -36% 361 $940   $20,331,432 404
1996/08/16 36 $240,437 -29% 266 $904   $20,571,869 405
1996/08/23 40 $142,700 -41% 184 $776   $20,714,569 406

Weekly US DVD Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
2/8/20098197,628 197,628$4,938,724$4,938,724352
2/15/20092076,418-61% 274,046$0$4,938,724353
3/26/2017306,617 1,653,056$66,327$26,880,460776

Weekly US Blu-ray Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
8/11/20131016,868 16,868$336,680$336,680587

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