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Weekend Domestic Chart for January 14th, 1983

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  MovieDistributorGrossChangeThtrs.Per Thtr.Total GrossWeek
1 (1) Tootsie Sony Pictures $9,487,210 -10% 1,190 $7,972   $69,277,527 5
2 (2) 48 Hrs. Paramount Pictures $4,547,066 -7% 1,050 $4,331   $37,222,220 6
3 (3) The Verdict 20th Century Fox $3,631,148 -17% 719 $5,050   $27,954,178 6
4 (4) The Dark Crystal Universal $3,158,167 -27% 1,008 $3,133   $32,278,167 5
5 (5) The Toy Sony Pictures $2,971,903 -27% 1,327 $2,240   $39,012,410 6
6 (6) Best Friends Warner Bros. $2,321,407 -37% 1,021 $2,274   $28,258,020 5
7 (7) ET: The Extra-Terrestrial Universal $1,720,714 -34% 637 $2,701   $328,693,714 32
8 (8) Kiss Me Goodbye 20th Century Fox $1,433,516 -36% 716 $2,002   $12,043,087 4
9 (11) An Officer and a Gentleman Paramount Pictures $1,102,529 -16% 645 $1,709   $112,977,080 25
10 (9) Airplane II: The Sequel Paramount Pictures $912,258 -42% 642 $1,421   $23,959,107 6
11 (10) Peter Pan RKO Radio Pictures $825,772 -38% 458 $1,803   $12,525,363 1,563
12 (13) First Blood Orion Pictures $771,609 +6% 550 $1,403   $45,352,721 13
13 (-) They Call Me Bruce Artists Releasing C… $628,322   92 $6,830   $5,646,843 10
14 (12) Six Weeks Universal $412,025 -53% 389 $1,059   $6,668,025 5
15 (16) Gandhi Sony Pictures $314,067 +16% 16 $19,629   $2,270,952 6
16 (17) Sophie's Choice Universal $205,909 -8% 10 $20,591   $2,045,575 6
17 (18) The Man From Snowy River 20th Century Fox $149,872 -29% 70 $2,141   $7,117,141 11
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