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Biggest 67th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office for Limited Release Movies



Other Domestic Weekend records for Limited Release Movies: Biggest Opening Weekend Limited Release

This chart contains figures for the biggest 67th Weekends at the Domestic Box Office for Limited Release Movies.

Biggest 66th Weekend Limited Release Biggest 68th Weekend Limited Release
Rank Date Movie Gross Theaters Per
Theater
Total
Gross
1 Sep 20, 1996 Il Postino $176,478 194 $910 $21,401,717
2 Jan 9, 2009 Sea Monsters: A Prehistoric Adventure $45,464 21 $2,165 $20,515,871
3 Sep 12, 2003 30 Years to Life $18,602 3 $6,201 $99,023
4 Apr 23, 2004 Cidade de Deus $14,739 10 $1,474 $7,481,479
5 May 1, 2009 U2 3D $11,285 6 $1,881 $9,830,109
6 Aug 16, 2002 Sordid Lives $10,846 6 $1,808 $718,335
7 Mar 22, 2002 Tuvalu $7,812 2 $3,906 $293,032
8 May 3, 2002 Forgive Me Father $5,040 6 $840 $367,696
9 Sep 4, 2009 Il Divo $3,009 2 $1,505 $225,313
10 Apr 8, 2005 Postmen in the Mountains $2,380 1 $2,380 $182,689
11 Dec 2, 2016 A Reason $1,009 1 $1,009 $14,723
12 Jul 10, 2015 Beyond the Mask $895 3 $298 $1,229,582
13 Jul 13, 2007 White Rainbow $807 1 $807 $7,332
14 Feb 14, 2014 Nothing But a Man $774 2 $387 $13,838
15 Feb 27, 2004 The Bread, My Sweet $526 1 $526 $1,023,156
16 May 19, 2006 The Wild Parrots of Telegraph Hill $245 1 $245 $3,058,126
17 Oct 23, 2009 The Legend of God's Gun $204 1 $204 $243,079
18 Nov 23, 2012 The Worst Movie EVER! $170 1 $170 $10,194

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

Note: the records on this page only consider movies that were initially released in less than 1,000 theaters and did not have any expansion of more than 1,000 theaters in one week. We only consider movies that were released in 1995 or later, and do not consider movies that only had an IMAX release.

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

Note: This chart is not adjusted for inflation.

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