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To Kill A Mockingbird (1962)

Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $13,129,846Details
Home Market Performance
Est. Domestic DVD Sales $6,876,610 Details
Est. Domestic Blu-ray Sales $2,218,291 Details
Total Est. Domestic Video Sales $9,094,901
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Metrics

Latest Ranking on Cumulative Box Office Lists

RecordRankAmount
All Time Domestic Box Office (Rank 4,201-4,300) 4,277 $13,129,846
All Time Worldwide Box Office (Rank 5,401-5,500) 5,447 $13,129,846

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


Movie Details

Production Budget:$2,000,000
Domestic Releases: December 25th, 1962 (Wide) by Universal
November 15th, 2012 (Special Engagement) by NCM Fathom, released as To Kill a Mockingbird
Video Release: January 31st, 2012 by Universal Home Entertainment, released as To Kill a Mockingbird
Running Time: 129 minutes
Comparisons: vs. The Shawshank Redemption
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Keywords: Lawyers, Courtroom Drama, Bigotry, Wrongfully Convicted, Framed, Voiceover/Narration, New Guy/Girl in School, Coming of Age, Poverty, Life in a Small Town, Sex Crimes, Dysfunctional Family, Young Child Dealing with the Death of a Parent, Death of a Spouse or Fiancée / Fiancé, Addiction, Albino
Source:Based on Fiction Book/Short Story
Genre:Drama
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Historical Fiction
Production Countries: United States

Cast

Robert Duvall    Arthur 'Boo' Radley
Gregory Peck    Atticus Finch

Blu-ray Sales: In the Driver's Seat

February 14th, 2012

New releases dominated the Blu-ray sales chart with as many as four in the top five. (Transformers: Dark of the Moon is a bit of an odd case, but more on that in a second.) Drive led the way with 420,000 units / $8.39 million giving it an opening week Blu-ray share of 57%. This is a great opening compared to the film's theatrical run. More...

DVD and Blu-ray Releases for January 31st, 2012

January 31st, 2012

It's kind of an unusual week on the home market with five first run releases coming out on DVD and Blu-ray. However, all five films missed expectations in one degree or another. Some were outright bombs by anyone's definition, while others were expected to struggle to find a large audience, just not by as much as they did. That is not to say they were all bad movies. In fact one of them, Drive, has done quite well during Awards Season and the Blu-ray Combo Pack is a contender for Pick of the Week. Its main competition is To Kill A Mockingbird: 50th Anniversary Edition, which is also coming out on a Blu-ray Combo Pack. It's a coin toss, but I'm going with the latter over the former. More...

Featured Blu-ray / DVD Review: To Kill a Mockingbird: 50th Anniversary Edition

January 30th, 2012

To Kill a Mockingbird is a film that came out 50 years ago and was immediately seen as a classic and was one of the biggest winners at the Oscars that year. (Only Lawrence of Arabia won more Oscars that year.) Now it is making its debut on Blu-ray on a anniversary edition Blu-ray, as well as DVD. Is it worth owning? Is it worth upgrading to if you had a previous version on DVD? More...

Domestic Cumulative Box Office Records


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Weekly Box Office Performance

Weekly US DVD Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
2/5/20123015,536 15,536$230,239$230,2391
2/8/20152917,178 331,419$147,025$3,704,114158
7/19/20152310,467 471,355$90,860$4,906,977181

Weekly US Blu-ray Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
2/5/20121022,142 22,142$398,327$398,3271

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