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Les Triplettes de Belleville (2003)

Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $7,301,288Details
International Box Office $10,101,880
Worldwide Box Office $17,403,168
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Movie Details

Production Budget:$2,000,000
Domestic Releases: November 26th, 2003 (Limited) by Sony Pictures
MPAA Rating: PG-13 for images involving sensuality, violence and crude humor
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Keywords: Mafia
Source:Original Screenplay
Genre:Musical
Production Method:Hand Animation
Creative Type:Historical Fiction
Production Countries: France

Ranking on other Records and Milestones

RecordRankRevenueChart
Date
Days In
Release
Biggest 32nd Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 188 $4,357 Jul 2, 2004 222
Biggest 31st Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 171 $8,789 Jun 25, 2004 215
Biggest 30th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 283 $1,932 Jun 18, 2004 208
Biggest 29th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 280 $3,020 Jun 11, 2004 201
Biggest 28th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 246 $8,333 Jun 4, 2004 194
Biggest 27th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 239 $13,468 May 28, 2004 187
Biggest 26th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 265 $19,248 May 21, 2004 180
Biggest 25th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 305 $21,974 May 14, 2004 173
Biggest 24th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 285 $35,382 May 7, 2004 166
Biggest 23rd Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 318 $46,096 Apr 30, 2004 159
Biggest 22nd Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 349 $55,341 Apr 23, 2004 152
Biggest 21st Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 396 $59,164 Apr 16, 2004 145
Biggest 20th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 348 $102,190 Apr 9, 2004 138
Biggest 19th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 400 $114,617 Apr 2, 2004 131
Biggest 18th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 423 $146,226 Mar 26, 2004 124
Biggest 17th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 412 $195,610 Mar 19, 2004 117
Biggest 16th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 362 $272,258 Mar 12, 2004 110
Biggest 15th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 405 $311,394 Mar 5, 2004 103
Biggest 14th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 485 $310,608 Feb 27, 2004 96
Biggest 13th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 381 $472,235 Feb 20, 2004 89
Biggest 12th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 287 $771,436 Feb 13, 2004 82
Biggest 11th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 802 $318,714 Feb 6, 2004 75
Biggest 10th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 1,183 $261,508 Jan 30, 2004 68
Biggest 9th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 1,662 $208,437 Jan 23, 2004 61
Biggest 8th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 2,279 $157,449 Jan 16, 2004 54
Biggest 7th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 2,775 $155,806 Jan 9, 2004 47
Biggest 6th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 2,780 $282,236 Jan 2, 2004 40
Biggest 5th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 3,731 $195,707 Dec 26, 2003 33
Biggest 4th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 5,203 $65,648 Dec 19, 2003 26
Biggest 3rd Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 6,055 $44,805 Dec 12, 2003 19
Biggest 2nd Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 6,265 $57,907 Dec 5, 2003 12
Biggest Opening Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 6,034 $108,080 Nov 28, 2003 5

DVD Releases for May 04, 2004

May 3rd, 2004

Every week films get a second chance at success from the home market; or, in some cases, a first chance at success. There was again an excellent mix of wide releases, limited releases, older films and TV on DVD. And because of the wide section, there should be something for everyone, and for me it's Gilmore Girls - Season 1 - (Buy from Amazon), which is my DVD pick of the week. More...

Hello Lenin!

March 11th, 2004

While The Passion of the Christ finished first on the per theatre charts for the second weekend in a row, it the performance of a smaller movie, Goodbye, Lenin! that stole the show. Its per theatre average climbed nearly 10%. Now a movie having its per theatre average climb after the Oscars isn't surprising. However, Goodbye, Lenin! was ignored by the Oscar nomination committee. So the increase bodes very well for its long term success. More...

Oscars Boost Box Office of Several Films

March 8th, 2004

With its 11 Oscar wins and huge jump in theatre count, Lord of the Rings: Return of the King should have had the largest post-Oscar jump at the box office. And while in raw dollars it did, it was the lesser known The Barbarian Invasions that had the biggest percent jump. The Canadian film and winner of Best Foreign Language Film jumped more than 137% at the box office. Its per theatre average also jumped by nearly 40%, compared to the nearly 20% drop by Return of the King. More...

Oscar Prediction: Best Song

February 27th, 2004

Today's Oscar prediction is for one of the more minor categories, which are often harder to predict than the big awards. But this year, Numbers readers seem to be of one accord on the song destined to pick up the Oscar. More...

Another Sign of Weakness

February 26th, 2004

No movie managed to beak the $10,000 per theatre average this weekend. Overall the best showing was The Battle of Algiers with $9,143. The best new limited release, Lost Boys of Sudan, finished in second place with $7,485. In the mean time, the best wide release was way down the list in 16th place. That film, Confessions of a Teenage Drama Queen could only manage an average of $3,736. More...

Oscar Prediction: Best Animated Feature

February 23rd, 2004

As Oscar night draws near, we analyze the current voting in our Predict the Oscars competition, and, like CNN on election night, start calling results that we think are looking like racing certainties. We'll be announcing a new projected winner each day leading up to the competition, and giving our final projected results on the afternoon of February 29 - just before the show itself. Today we start with an easy one... Best Animated Feature More...

Four part Harmony

February 19th, 2004

The rerelease of the French musical Umbrellas of Cherbourg topped this week's per theatre average chart with $14,760 in its lone theatre. Three other films very close to each other battling for second place. The overall champ, 50 First Dates finished a strong second with $11,098 in almost 3600 theatres. While Osama spent its second weekend on the list with $10,151. The final film to top $10,000 was the self-distributed Robot Stories. Despite having a tiny distribution budget, the Science Fiction anthology sold out four showings on its way to earning $10,026 in it only theatre. More...

Mormons and Mountains

February 5th, 2004

Only two films topped $10,000 per theatre this week, but the race was top spot was close enough to make it an interesting weekend on the per theatre charts. Touching the Void remained in first place with $14,837, down just 24% percent from last weekend. In second place with $14,311 was Latter Days. It is particularly interesting to see Latter Days perform so well as Madstone Theaters pulled the from its theatres allegedly due to, 'aesthetic reasons.' More...

King Oscar, Lord of the Nominations

January 27th, 2004

Nominations for the 76the Annual Academy Awards were announced today. As always, here is a list of the nominations, plus reactions below. More...

No Small Fry

January 6th, 2004

In an unusual turn of events, Big Fish saw its per theatre average jump this weekend to $20,356 in 125 theatres. This bodes very well for this Friday when it expands into more than 2000 theatres. Next weekend it may no longer be on top on the per theatre average chart, but should place well on the top five overall. More...

Indies Should be the most Thankful

December 2nd, 2003

Smaller, independent films dominated the top Ten Per Theatre Average chart this week, taking the first seven spots. More...

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Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2003/11/28 37 $108,080   6 $18,013   $143,762 5
2003/12/05 41 $57,907 -46% 6 $9,651   $233,655 12
2003/12/12 46 $44,805 -23% 6 $7,468   $305,219 19
2003/12/19 38 $65,648 +47% 15 $4,377   $391,719 26
2003/12/26 34 $195,707 +198% 46 $4,255   $636,383 33
2004/01/02 29 $282,236 +44% 43 $6,564   $1,097,053 40
2004/01/09 35 $155,806 -45% 34 $4,583   $1,280,038 47
2004/01/16 38 $157,449 +1% 35 $4,499   $1,511,580 54
2004/01/23 31 $208,437 +32% 46 $4,531   $1,800,796 61
2004/01/30 29 $261,508 +25% 63 $4,151   $2,152,601 68
2004/02/06 28 $318,714 +22% 83 $3,840   $2,571,901 75
2004/02/13 21 $771,436 +142% 463 $1,666   $3,457,005 82
2004/02/20 24 $472,235 -39% 332 $1,422   $4,317,181 89
2004/02/27 27 $310,608 -34% 197 $1,577   $4,790,711 96
2004/03/05 26 $311,394 n/c 113 $2,756   $5,281,088 103
2004/03/12 26 $272,258 -13% 127 $2,144   $5,684,367 110
2004/03/19 29 $195,610 -28% 114 $1,716   $6,007,873 117
2004/03/26 28 $146,226 -25% 94 $1,556   $6,240,774 124
2004/04/02 29 $114,617 -22% 77 $1,489   $6,426,871 131
2004/04/09 39 $102,190 -11% 76 $1,345   $6,550,634 138
2004/04/16 42 $59,164 -42% 52 $1,138   $6,648,572 145
2004/04/23 47 $55,341 -6% 53 $1,044   $6,728,778 152
2004/04/30 56 $46,096 -17% 52 $886   $6,798,854 159
2004/05/07 55 $35,382 -23% 35 $1,011   $6,854,976 166
2004/05/14 75 $21,974 -38% 26 $845   $6,898,025 173
2004/05/21 80 $19,248 -12% 19 $1,013   $6,928,868 180
2004/05/28 83 $13,468 -30% 14 $962   $6,950,738 187
2004/06/04 84 $8,333 -38% 11 $758   $6,968,579 194
2004/06/11 105 $3,020 -64% 8 $378   $6,975,689 201
2004/06/18 108 $1,932 -36% 5 $386   $6,980,090 208
2004/06/25 70 $8,789 +355% 10 $879   $6,989,996 215
2004/07/02 85 $4,357 -50% 5 $871   $6,998,643 222

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2004/01/19 39 $29,017   35 $829   $1,540,597 55
2004/02/16 21 $156,227   463 $337   $3,613,232 83

Weekly Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2003/11/28 38 $140,066   6 $23,344   $175,748 9
2003/12/05 41 $84,666 -40% 6 $14,111   $260,414 16
2003/12/12 47 $65,657 -22% 6 $10,943   $326,071 23
2003/12/19 39 $114,605 +75% 15 $7,640   $440,676 30
2003/12/26 35 $374,141 +226% 46 $8,134   $814,817 37
2004/01/02 33 $309,415 -17% 43 $7,196   $1,124,232 44
2004/01/09 35 $229,899 -26% 34 $6,762   $1,354,131 51
2004/01/16 39 $238,228 +4% 35 $6,807   $1,592,359 58
2004/01/23 30 $298,734 +25% 46 $6,494   $1,891,093 65
2004/01/30 29 $362,094 +21% 63 $5,748   $2,253,187 72
2004/02/06 28 $432,382 +19% 83 $5,209   $2,685,569 79
2004/02/13 22 $1,159,377 +168% 463 $2,504   $3,844,946 86
2004/02/20 25 $635,157 -45% 332 $1,913   $4,480,103 93
2004/02/27 23 $489,591 -23% 197 $2,485   $4,969,694 100
2004/03/05 26 $442,415 -10% 113 $3,915   $5,412,109 107
2004/03/12 27 $400,154 -10% 127 $3,151   $5,812,263 114
2004/03/19 28 $282,285 -29% 114 $2,476   $6,094,548 121
2004/03/26 32 $217,706 -23% 94 $2,316   $6,312,254 128
2004/04/02 38 $136,190 -37% 77 $1,769   $6,448,444 135
2004/04/09 38 $140,964 +4% 76 $1,855   $6,589,408 142
2004/04/16 39 $84,029 -40% 52 $1,616   $6,673,437 149
2004/04/23 46 $79,321 -6% 53 $1,497   $6,752,758 156
2004/04/30 52 $66,836 -16% 52 $1,285   $6,819,594 163
2004/05/07 54 $56,457 -16% 35 $1,613   $6,876,051 170
2004/05/14 73 $33,569 -41% 26 $1,291   $6,909,620 177
2004/05/21 75 $27,650 -18% 19 $1,455   $6,937,270 184
2004/05/28 75 $22,976 -17% 14 $1,641   $6,960,246 191
2004/06/04 87 $12,423 -46% 11 $1,129   $6,972,669 198
2004/06/11 102 $5,489 -56% 8 $686   $6,978,158 205
2004/06/18 104 $3,049 -44% 5 $610   $6,981,207 212
2004/06/25 59 $13,079 +329% 10 $1,308   $6,994,286 219

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