Rango

Rango poster
Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $123,257,581Details
International Box Office $122,246,993
Worldwide Box Office $245,504,574
Home Market Performance
Domestic DVD Sales $26,874,578 Details
Domestic Blu-ray Sales $14,974,928 Details
Total Domestic Video Sales $41,849,506
Further financial details...

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Synopsis

Rango is a chameleon who lives in a terrarium and constantly seeks to fit in with his surroundings. He finds himself removed from his contemporary American southwest surroundings and ends up in an Old West town in the middle of the Mojave Desert called Dirt, which is populated by various desert critters garbed like characters out of Western fiction. Thinking himself a hero, Rango establishes himself as the town's sheriff, not knowing that people who have held that title do not fare very well in Dirt. In "an existential crisis", Rango comes to question everything about himself

Metrics

Rotten Tomatoes
Critics Certified FreshAudience Upright
Critics
88% - Certified Fresh
Audience
69% - Upright

Movie Details

Production Budget:$135,000,000
Theatrical Release: March 4th, 2011 (Wide) by Paramount Pictures
Video Release: July 15th, 2011 by Paramount Home Video
MPAA Rating: PG for rude humor, language, action and smoking.
(Rating bulletin 2155, 1/19/2011)
Keywords: Conspiracy Theory, Unnamed Character, Talking Animals, Animal Lead, Spoof, Mistaken Identity, Gangs, Breaking the Fourth Wall
Source:Original Screenplay
Genre:Adventure
Production Method:Digital Animation
Creative Type:Kids Fiction
Production Companies: Paramount Pictures, Nickelodeon Films, BlindWink, GK Films

2012 Awards Season: Live Blogging the Oscars... Best Picture... The Arist

It's Oscars night. (Actually, it's 3:43 in the morning as I'm typing this, but I thought I would get a jump on the celebration.) As I do every year, I will follow the announcements live and update our list of Oscar winners. However, this year I will be doing it a little differently and the list of nominees below will include the favorites as picked by our readers in Italics and as picked by me in Bold. So you can watch live and tell when I'm out of the running for our Oscar contest. (I figure it will take at least 17 wins out of 24 to come out on top. Maybe even 18 or 19 wins.) So, will The Artist be the big winner tonight as our readers predict? Or will Hugo score the upset? Stay tuned to fine out. More...

2012 Awards Season: Oscar Highlight: Best Animated Feature

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Awards Season: Globes Reward Artistic Intent

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2011 Holiday Gift Guide: Part I

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DVD Sales: Rio Finds its Way Home

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Blu-ray Sales: Finding the Source of the Problem

It was a slow week on the home market, especially on Blu-ray, where it was a rare week suffering from year-over-year declines. But more on that in a bit. The number one selling Blu-ray was Source Code with 189,000 units. It was a little disappointing on DVD and its opening week Blu-ray ratio was just under 33%, acceptable, but not great. It was visual enough that upgrading to High Definition wasn't a bad choice, but second-tier enough that I would understand if a lot of people just didn't want to bother with the extra price. More...

DVD Sales: Decoding the Home Market

It was a really slow week on the home market with only two new releases reaching the top 30. One those was Source Code, which led the way with 386,000 units / $5.54 million. More...

DVD Sales: Rango's Appeal Remains Limitless

During its first full week on the home market, Rango led the weekly DVD sales chart, holding off a few new releases in the process (very few new releases).It sold an additional 621,000 units / $9.93 million during the week for totals of 1.18 million units / $20.43 million after two. That's very close to Gnomeo & Juliet's running tally, and that DVD was released two months ago. More...

Blu-ray Sales: Rango Remains on Top

Rango remained the best selling Blu-ray this week with 317,000 units / $6.34 million for the week and 670,000 units / $13.39 million after two. More...

Blu-ray Sales: Rango Feels At Home on Top

Despite only going on sale on Friday, Rango led all new releases and took top spot on the Blu-ray sales chart. It wasn't even really close, as it sold 353,000 units and generated $7.05 million. Its opening week Blu-ray ratio of 37% is strong, especially for a kids movie. More...

DVD Sales: Rango Wrangles Top Spot

Despite only coming out on Friday, Rango was the best new release and led the weekly DVD sales chart. From Friday through Sunday, the film sold 611,000 units while generating $9.77 million in sales. More...

DVD and Blu-ray Releases for July 19th, 2011

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Featured Blu-ray / DVD Review: Rango

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DVD and Blu-ray Releases for July 12th, 2011

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International Box Office: Just Barely Winning

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International Box Office: Another Victory for Battle

Battle: Los Angeles remained in first place on the international scene with $16.32 million on 7,746 screens in 55 markets for a total of $79.63 million after three weeks of release. It didn't have many new openings. It did add $1.12 million on 331 screens during its second weekend in Australia for a total of $4.39 million so far. It has already made more internationally than it has domestically, and with openings in Spain, Germany, and Italy, it should have no trouble getting to $200 million worldwide. I think the studio should be happy with that, but I'm not sure they will be happy enough to go with a sequel. More...

Wimpy Fights its Way to the Top

Diary of A Wimpy Kid: Rodrick Rules opened on the high end of expectations while Sucker Punch opened on the low end of expectations, which meant there wasn't a really tight race for top spot at the box office this weekend. The overall box office was healthy with a total haul of $121 million, which was close to 6% higher than last weekend, but it was also close to 6% lower than the same weekend last year. On the one hand, this is arguably the best performance 2011 has had so far, as the only time we've won on the year-over-year comparison was when 2011 has a holiday that didn't line up with 2010. On the other hand, 2011 is still half a billion dollars behind 2010's pace at $2.18 billion to $2.69 billion. More...

Weekend Preview: Will the New Releases Have any Punch?

Predicting the winner at the box office this weekend could be tough, as there appears to be no real consensus on which film has the advantage. This is mostly due to uncertainty with one of the films, with just as many analysts predicting Sucker Punch will win with ease as are predicting that film will really struggle. On the other hand, there is a pretty strong consensus with regards to the overall box office when compared to last year and there's almost no chance 2011 will keep pace with 2010. Worse case scenario has Sucker Punch and Diary of A Wimpy Kid: Rodick Rules combined opening with less than How to Train Your Dragon opened with. This means March will end on a low note, which has happened far too often this year. More...

International Box Office: Exporting Doldrums

The international box office is as weak as the domestic box office is with very few films worth talking about. We do have a new number one, as Battle: Los Angeles earned first place with $28.74 million on 8,384 screens in 52 markets for a running tally of $51.70 million after just two weeks of release. The film debuted in first place in Australia with $2.58 million on 328 screens, while it also placed first during its debut in Brazil with $1.51 million on 263 screens. On the other hand, it had to settle for second place in France with $2.07 million on 295 screens. The number one film was a local hit, so there is a mitigating factor. As for its long-term chances, it was down 51% in the U.K. to $1.42 million on 417 screens over the weekend for a total of $5.61 million after two. This is not a great start there and will likely ends its run with the equivalent of $50 million to $60 million here. More...

Box Office Watchers Have Limited Reasons to Cheer

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Weekend Estimates: Limitless Wins Five-Way Box Office Battle

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Three wide releases come out this week, all of which have the potential to reach first place, and there's a slim chance they will finish one-two-three. On the other hand, there are also two holdovers that have a reasonable shot at first place as well, meaning the new releases could be fighting for scraps at the box office. Regardless, there's little hope that the total box office will match last year's pace, as Alice in Wonderland was still dominating the chart. Best case scenario, there's a close race for top spot with a couple of the new releases pulling in $30 million, or close to it. Worst case scenario has no new release earning half that. Unfortunately, the low end seems more likely. More...

International Box Office: Rango Moseys to the Top

Rango climbed into first place on the international chart this weekend adding $24.05 million on 5214 screens in 46 markets to its two-week total of $47.18 million. It opened in first place in Australia with $2.73 million on 296 screens, while it finished a very close second in Brazil with $1.75 million on 330 screens over the weekend for a total opening on $2.75 million. As far as holdovers go, it was down just 6% in the U.K. to $2.48 million on 471 screens over the weekend for a total of $5.82 million after two. It was able to remain in first place in Mexico with $2.13 million on 927 screens over the weekend and $5.82 million after two. With debuts in Russia, France, Italy, Japan, and other markets still ahead, it should have little troublen hitting $100 million internationally and $250 million worldwide making it the biggest hit of the year, so far. More...

Winning the Battle but Losing the War

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Weekend Estimates: Battle Big as Mars Flops

Battle: Los Angeles posted an estimated opening of $36 million to win the weekend, and give the market another boost after Rango's solid debut last week. With Rango itself dropping only 40% to a shade over $23 million the total weekend box office should be about 12% below last year, which is actually an improvement over recent weeks, although it continues a months-long slump. And the weekend brought some very bad news for Disney, whose Mars Needs Moms had a catastrophic $6.8 million opening weekend, on a budget reported at $150 million. More...

International Box Office: Giving Up Deadlines for Lent

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Depp vs. Depp

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2011 Preview: March

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Contest: (Un)stop and (Ran)go

March begins and hopefully it will start with massive opening by Rango. That film should win the weekend with relative ease; in fact, it should earn more than the rest of the wide releases combined. Plus, it is this week's target film in our Box Office Prediction Contest. In order to win, one must simply predict the opening weekend box office number for Rango. Whoever comes the closest to predicting the film's opening 3-day weekend box office (Friday to Sunday), regardless if they go over or not, will win a copy of Unstoppable on Blu-ray. Entries must be received by 10 a.m., Pacific Time on Friday to be eligible, so don't delay! More...

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Cast

Johnny Depp    Rango
Isla Fisher    Beans
Abigail Breslin    Priscilla
Alfred Molina    Roadkill
Bill Nighy    Rattlesnake Jake
Harry Dean Stanton    Balthazar
Ray Winstone    Bad Bill
Timothy Olyphant    Spirit of the West
Ned Beatty    Tortoise John

Production and Technical Credits

Director    Gore Verbinski
Screenwriter    John Logan
Story Creator    John Logan
Story Creator    James Ward Byrkit
Producer    Gore Verbinski
Producer    Graham King
Producer    John B. Carls
Executive Producer    Tim Headington
Co-Producer    Shari Hanson
Co-Producer    Adam Cramer
Co-Producer    David Shannon
Editor    Craig Wood
Composer    Hans Zimmer
Production Designer    Mark 'Crash' McCreery
Supervising Art Director    John Bell
Art Director    Aaron McBride
Sound Mixer    Lee Orloff
Sound Designer    Peter Miller
Supervising Sound Editor    Addison Teague
Supervising Sound Editor    Peter Miller
Re-recording Mixer    Paul Massey
Re-recording Mixer    Christopher Boyes
Animation Director    Hal Hickel
Visual Effects Supervisor    Tim Alexander
Visual Effects Supervisor    John Knoll
Casting Director    Denise Chamian
Music Editor    Kenneth Karman

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2011/03/04 1 $9,608,091   3,917 $2,453   $9,608,091 1
2011/03/05 1 $16,602,375 +73% 3,917 $4,239   $26,210,466 2
2011/03/06 1 $11,868,857 -29% 3,917 $3,030   $38,079,323 3
2011/03/07 1 $2,110,186 -82% 3,917 $539   $40,189,509 4
2011/03/08 1 $2,021,345 -4% 3,917 $516   $42,210,854 5
2011/03/09 1 $1,626,655 -20% 3,917 $415   $43,837,509 6
2011/03/10 1 $1,765,745 +9% 3,917 $451   $45,603,254 7
2011/03/11 2 $5,418,983 +207% 3,923 $1,381   $51,022,237 8
2011/03/12 2 $10,150,446 +87% 3,923 $2,587   $61,172,683 9
2011/03/13 2 $7,033,418 -31% 3,923 $1,793   $68,206,101 10
2011/03/14 2 $2,294,134 -67% 3,923 $585   $70,500,235 11
2011/03/15 2 $2,500,245 +9% 3,923 $637   $73,000,480 12
2011/03/16 2 $2,213,605 -11% 3,923 $564   $75,214,085 13
2011/03/17 1 $2,048,031 -7% 3,923 $522   $77,262,116 14
2011/03/18 4 $4,229,239 +107% 3,843 $1,101   $81,491,355 15
2011/03/19 2 $6,490,782 +53% 3,843 $1,689   $87,982,137 16
2011/03/20 2 $4,356,554 -33% 3,843 $1,134   $92,338,691 17
2011/03/21 4 $1,110,573 -75% 3,843 $289   $93,449,264 18
2011/03/22 5 $1,087,093 -2% 3,843 $283   $94,536,357 19
2011/03/23 4 $981,013 -10% 3,843 $255   $95,517,370 20
2011/03/24 3 $1,045,795 +7% 3,843 $272   $96,563,165 21
2011/03/25 5 $2,428,147 +132% 3,645 $666   $98,991,312 22
2011/03/26 5 $4,393,865 +81% 3,645 $1,205   $103,385,177 23
2011/03/27 4 $2,950,810 -33% 3,645 $810   $106,335,987 24
2011/03/28 5 $745,597 -75% 3,645 $205   $107,081,584 25
2011/03/29 5 $735,003 -1% 3,645 $202   $107,816,587 26
2011/03/30 5 $681,392 -7% 3,645 $187   $108,497,979 27
2011/03/31 5 $725,323 +6% 3,645 $199   $109,223,302 28
2011/04/01 9 $1,265,555 +74% 3,134 $404   $110,488,857 29
2011/04/02 8 $1,980,659 +57% 3,134 $632   $112,469,516 30
2011/04/03 8 $1,259,358 -36% 3,134 $402   $113,728,874 31
2011/04/04 9 $353,544 -72% 3,134 $113   $114,082,418 32
2011/04/05 9 $430,335 +22% 3,134 $137   $114,512,753 33
2011/04/06 8 $352,279 -18% 3,134 $112   $114,865,032 34
2011/04/07 8 $365,861 +4% 3,134 $117   $115,230,893 35
2011/04/08 12 $608,503 +66% 2,007 $303   $115,839,396 36
2011/04/09 11 $1,043,277 +71% 2,007 $520   $116,882,673 37
2011/04/10 11 $649,727 -38% 2,007 $324   $117,532,400 38
2011/04/11 13 $126,838 -80% 2,007 $63   $117,659,238 39
2011/04/12 13 $137,879 +9% 2,007 $69   $117,797,117 40
2011/04/13 12 $130,507 -5% 2,007 $65   $117,927,624 41
2011/04/14 13 $132,581 +2% 2,007 $66   $118,060,205 42
2011/04/15 - $166,447 +26% 976 $171   $118,226,652 43
2011/04/16 - $337,681 +103% 976 $346   $118,564,333 44
2011/04/17 - $211,398 -37% 976 $217   $118,775,731 45
2011/04/18 - $75,392 -64% 976 $77   $118,851,123 46
2011/04/19 - $92,371 +23% 976 $95   $118,943,494 47
2011/04/20 - $91,470 -1% 976 $94   $119,034,964 48
2011/04/21 - $101,283 +11% 976 $104   $119,136,247 49
2011/04/22 - $144,692 +43% 557 $260   $119,280,939 50
2011/04/23 - $148,748 +3% 557 $267   $119,429,687 51
2011/04/24 - $92,784 -38% 557 $167   $119,522,471 52
2011/04/25 - $58,460 -37% 557 $105   $119,580,931 53
2011/04/26 - $34,228 -41% 557 $61   $119,615,159 54
2011/04/27 - $30,144 -12% 557 $54   $119,645,303 55
2011/04/28 - $33,391 +11% 557 $60   $119,678,694 56
2011/04/29 - $69,577 +108% 277 $251   $119,748,271 57
2011/04/30 - $120,244 +73% 277 $434   $119,868,515 58
2011/05/01 - $63,205 -47% 277 $228   $119,931,720 59
2011/05/02 - $15,009 -76% 277 $54   $119,946,729 60
2011/05/03 - $16,884 +12% 277 $61   $119,963,613 61
2011/05/04 - $15,045 -11% 277 $54   $119,978,658 62
2011/05/05 - $13,201 -12% 277 $48   $119,991,859 63
2011/05/06 - $146,108 +1,007% 277 $527   $120,137,967 64
2011/05/07 - $203,668 +39% 277 $735   $120,341,635 65
2011/05/08 - $84,578 -58% 277 $305   $120,426,213 66
2011/05/09 - $17,024 -80% 277 $61   $120,443,237 67
2011/05/10 - $20,266 +19% 277 $73   $120,463,503 68
2011/05/11 - $18,038 -11% 277 $65   $120,481,541 69
2011/05/12 - $20,393 +13% 277 $74   $120,501,934 70
2011/05/13 - $86,022 +322% 216 $398   $120,587,956 71
2011/05/14 - $115,347 +34% 216 $534   $120,703,303 72
2011/05/15 - $56,714 -51% 216 $263   $120,760,017 73
2011/05/16 - $11,847 -79% 216 $55   $120,771,864 74
2011/05/17 - $15,329 +29% 216 $71   $120,787,193 75
2011/05/18 - $12,993 -15% 216 $60   $120,800,186 76
2011/05/19 - $16,677 +28% 216 $77   $120,816,863 77
2011/05/20 - $100,611 +503% 302 $333   $120,917,474 78
2011/05/21 - $174,182 +73% 302 $577   $121,091,656 79
2011/05/22 - $120,292 -31% 302 $398   $121,211,948 80
2011/05/23 - $38,076 -68% 302 $126   $121,250,024 81
2011/05/24 - $35,407 -7% 302 $117   $121,285,431 82
2011/05/25 - $34,052 -4% 302 $113   $121,319,483 83
2011/05/26 - $36,388 +7% 302 $120   $121,355,871 84
2011/05/27 - $90,621 +149% 280 $324   $121,446,492 85
2011/05/28 - $143,379 +58% 280 $512   $121,589,871 86
2011/05/29 - $125,511 -12% 280 $448   $121,715,382 87
2011/05/30 17 $96,150 -23% 280 $343   $121,811,532 88
2011/05/31 - $33,182 -65% 280 $119   $121,844,714 89
2011/06/01 - $32,884 -1% 280 $117   $121,877,598 90
2011/06/02 - $35,856 +9% 280 $128   $121,913,454 91
2011/06/03 - $68,446 +91% 254 $269   $121,981,900 92
2011/06/04 - $104,790 +53% 254 $413   $122,086,690 93
2011/06/05 - $65,804 -37% 254 $259   $122,152,494 94
2011/06/06 - $29,681 -55% 254 $117   $122,182,175 95
2011/06/07 - $39,185 +32% 254 $154   $122,221,360 96
2011/06/08 - $35,500 -9% 254 $140   $122,256,860 97
2011/06/09 - $41,047 +16% 254 $162   $122,297,907 98
2011/06/10 - $54,685 +33% 220 $249   $122,352,592 99
2011/06/11 - $71,732 +31% 220 $326   $122,424,324 100
2011/06/12 - $50,255 -30% 220 $228   $122,474,579 101
2011/06/13 - $26,345 -48% 220 $120   $122,500,924 102
2011/06/14 - $33,883 +29% 220 $154   $122,534,807 103
2011/06/15 - $33,383 -1% 220 $152   $122,568,190 104
2011/06/16 - $34,828 +4% 220 $158   $122,603,018 105
2011/06/17 - $41,153 +18% 188 $219   $122,644,171 106
2011/06/18 - $54,698 +33% 188 $291   $122,698,869 107
2011/06/19 - $52,212 -5% 188 $278   $122,751,081 108
2011/06/20 - $22,866 -56% 188 $122   $122,773,947 109
2011/06/21 - $37,643 +65% 188 $200   $122,811,590 110
2011/06/22 - $40,298 +7% 188 $214   $122,851,888 111
2011/06/23 - $41,981 +4% 188 $223   $122,893,869 112
2011/06/24 - $38,029 -9% 156 $244   $122,931,898 113
2011/06/25 - $43,893 +15% 156 $281   $122,975,791 114
2011/06/26 - $34,864 -21% 156 $223   $123,010,655 115
2011/06/27 - $17,575 -50% 156 $113   $123,028,230 116
2011/06/28 - $23,578 +34% 156 $151   $123,051,808 117
2011/06/29 - $21,135 -10% 156 $135   $123,072,943 118
2011/06/30 - $23,864 +13% 156 $153   $123,096,807 119
2011/07/01 - $28,073 +18% 117 $240   $123,124,880 120
2011/07/02 - $34,369 +22% 117 $294   $123,159,249 121
2011/07/03 - $28,983 -16% 117 $248   $123,188,232 122
2011/07/04 34 $18,962 -35% 117 $162   $123,207,194 123
2011/07/05 - $16,125 -15% 117 $138   $123,223,319 124
2011/07/06 - $16,457 +2% 117 $141   $123,239,776 125
2011/07/07 - $17,805 +8% 117 $152   $123,257,581 126

Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2011/03/04 1 $38,079,323   3,917 $9,722   $38,079,323 3
2011/03/11 2 $22,602,847 -41% 3,923 $5,762   $68,206,101 10
2011/03/18 2 $15,076,575 -33% 3,843 $3,923   $92,338,691 17
2011/03/25 5 $9,772,822 -35% 3,645 $2,681   $106,335,987 24
2011/04/01 8 $4,505,572 -54% 3,134 $1,438   $113,728,874 31
2011/04/08 11 $2,301,507 -49% 2,007 $1,147   $117,532,400 38
2011/04/15 17 $715,526 -69% 976 $733   $118,775,731 45
2011/04/22 21 $386,224 -46% 557 $693   $119,522,471 52
2011/04/29 28 $253,026 -34% 277 $913   $119,931,720 59
2011/05/06 22 $434,354 +72% 277 $1,568   $120,426,213 66
2011/05/13 28 $258,083 -41% 216 $1,195   $120,760,017 73
2011/05/20 19 $395,085 +53% 302 $1,308   $121,211,948 80
2011/05/27 16 $359,511 -9% 280 $1,284   $121,715,382 87
2011/06/03 17 $239,040 -34% 254 $941   $122,152,494 94
2011/06/10 21 $176,672 -26% 220 $803   $122,474,579 101
2011/06/17 26 $148,063 -16% 188 $788   $122,751,081 108
2011/06/24 29 $116,786 -21% 156 $749   $123,010,655 115
2011/07/01 33 $91,425 -22% 117 $781   $123,188,232 122

Weekly US DVD Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
7/17/20111385,656 385,656$7,285,042$7,285,0421
7/24/20111425,724+10% 811,380$6,807,327$14,092,3692
7/31/20112173,689-59% 985,069$2,900,606$16,992,9753
8/7/20114114,753-34% 1,099,822$1,753,426$18,746,4014
8/14/2011858,928-49% 1,158,750$883,331$19,629,7315
8/21/2011858,978n/c1,217,728$884,080$20,513,8126
8/28/20111628,723-51% 1,246,451$430,558$20,944,3697
9/4/20112220,906-27% 1,267,357$347,667$21,292,0368

Weekly US Blu-ray Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
7/17/20111227,569 227,569$4,549,104$4,549,1041
7/24/20111253,815+12% 481,384$5,073,762$9,622,8662
7/31/2011267,761-73% 549,145$1,420,945$11,043,8113
8/14/2011920,209 577,165$446,222$11,662,5025
8/21/2011724,849+23% 602,014$546,430$12,208,9326

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