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Biggest 29th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office



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This chart contains figures for the biggest 29th Weekends at the Domestic Box Office.

Biggest Domestic 28th Weekend Biggest Domestic 30th Weekend
Rank Date Movie Gross Theaters Per
Theater
Total
Gross
Week
1 Nov 1, 2002 My Big Fat Greek Wedding $5,623,149 1,977 $2,844 $185,244,976 29
2 Mar 31, 2000 American Beauty $5,407,279 1,990 $2,717 $116,658,175 29
3 Dec 25, 1981 Raiders of the Lost Ark $3,716,952 1,221 $3,044 $164,672,386 29
4 Feb 5, 1999 Saving Private Ryan $3,609,717 1,027 $3,515 $194,465,712 29
5 Apr 9, 1982 Chariots of Fire $3,434,399 753 $4,561 $37,585,949 29
6 Dec 30, 1994 The Lion King $3,046,582 1,141 $2,670 $300,352,905 29
7 Dec 24, 1982 ET: The Extra-Terrestrial $2,814,148 911 $3,089 $313,258,148 29
8 Aug 31, 1990 The Witches $2,301,409 879 $2,618 $5,768,199 29
9 Apr 5, 1985 Amadeus $1,976,987 802 $2,465 $40,457,689 29
10 Feb 18, 2000 The Sixth Sense $1,933,879 894 $2,163 $282,005,620 29
11 May 31, 1991 Home Alone $1,419,727 873 $1,626 $273,406,047 29
12 Dec 3, 1999 Star Wars Ep. I: The Phantom Menace $1,292,968 832 $1,554 $429,002,763 29
13 Jan 17, 1986 Back to the Future $1,279,134 578 $2,213 $196,481,974 29
14 May 29, 1992 Beauty and the Beast $1,271,804 1,003 $1,268 $137,332,388 29
15 Nov 28, 1986 Top Gun $1,230,908 741 $1,661 $166,895,594 29
16 May 24, 1991 Dances with Wolves $1,209,017 743 $1,627 $171,221,399 29
17 Oct 5, 1990 Pretty Woman $1,157,912 868 $1,334 $175,119,672 29
18 Dec 9, 1977 Star Wars Ep. IV: A New Hope $1,152,953 485 $2,377 $194,427,140 29
19 Apr 3, 1998 L.A. Confidential $1,063,576 643 $1,654 $61,178,262 29
20 Apr 4, 2003 Sen to Chihiro no Kamikakushi $1,033,954 714 $1,448 $8,879,467 29
21 Jun 21, 1985 Beverly Hills Cop $972,137 583 $1,667 $224,749,508 29
22 Jul 9, 2010 Flickan som lekte med elden $904,998 108 $8,380 $2,293,675 29
23 Feb 16, 1996 Babe $838,365 486 $1,725 $59,080,135 29
24 Feb 27, 1998 The Full Monty $828,536 561 $1,477 $42,169,934 29
25 May 7, 1999 La vita è bella $767,739 812 $945 $54,168,264 29
26 Jun 7, 1996 Toy Story $636,944 658 $968 $188,822,426 29
27 Sep 18, 1998 Everest $634,874 61 $10,408 $42,561,428 29
28 Jul 1, 1983 Tootsie $625,927 407 $1,538 $176,188,774 29
29 Jul 3, 1998 Titanic $623,930 618 $1,010 $588,205,118 29
30 Nov 12, 2010 Luftslottet som sprängdes $520,085 194 $2,681 $3,073,710 29
31 Apr 7, 1995 The Shawshank Redemption $504,674 560 $901 $26,785,100 29
32 Apr 5, 1996 Se7en $463,643 233 $1,990 $99,329,755 29
33 Jan 30, 2009 The Dark Knight $436,843 211 $2,070 $532,356,746 29
34 Jul 7, 2000 Fantasia 2000 (Theatrical Release) $388,474 1,279 $304 $58,333,531 29
35 Apr 28, 1995 Pulp Fiction $355,805 411 $866 $103,408,042 29

The Domestic Market is defined as the North American movie territory (consisting of the United States, Canada, Puerto Rico and Guam).

This table is updated daily to reflect the latest studio reports.

Note: This chart is not adjusted for inflation.

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