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Box Office Performance for 20th Century Fox in 1996

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RankMovieRelease
Date
GenreMPAA
Rating
1996 GrossTickets Sold
1 Independence Day 7/2/1996 Adventure PG-13 $306,169,255 69,269,062
2 Broken Arrow 2/9/1996 Action R $70,645,997 15,983,257
3 Courage Under Fire 7/12/1996 Drama R $59,003,384 13,349,181
4 Jingle All the Way 11/22/1996 Adventure PG $57,213,524 12,944,236
5 Romeo+Juliet 11/1/1996 Drama PG-13 $44,798,596 10,135,428
6 The Truth About Cats & Dogs 4/26/1996 Romantic Comedy PG-13 $34,084,531 7,711,432
7 One Fine Day 12/20/1996 Romantic Comedy PG $32,304,048 7,308,608
8 Waiting to Exhale 12/22/1995 Drama R $30,923,628 6,996,295
9 Down Periscope 3/1/1996 Comedy PG-13 $25,723,977 5,819,904
10 That Thing You Do! 10/4/1996 Drama PG $25,680,349 5,810,033
11 Chain Reaction 8/2/1996 Action PG-13 $21,226,204 4,802,308
12 Dunston Checks In 1/12/1996 Adventure PG $9,419,316 2,131,066
13 The Great White Hype 5/3/1996 Comedy R $7,852,282 1,776,534
14 The Crucible 11/29/1996 Drama PG-13 $4,664,716 1,055,365
15 Looking for Richard 10/11/1996 Documentary PG-13 $1,266,417 286,519
Total Gross of All Movies$730,976,224
Total Tickets Sold165,379,228

Note: This chart ranks movies by the amount they earned during 1996. It includes movies released in previous years that earned money during 1996. For example, a movie released over Thanksgiving in 2010 will most likely earn money in 2010 and 2011. Click on the individual movie to see its total gross over all the years in which it played.

Inflation-adjusted figures are based ticket sale estimates, and may not be precise due to rounding errors.

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