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Dick (1999)

Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $6,276,869Details
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Synopsis

Political comedy explaining how two teenage girls played a pivotal role in the Watergate scandal.

Metrics

Latest Ranking on Cumulative Box Office Lists

RecordRankAmount
All Time Domestic Box Office (Rank 5,601-5,700) 5,624 $6,276,869
All Time Worldwide Box Office (Rank 7,301-7,400) 7,316 $6,276,869
All Time Domestic Box Office for Comedy Movies (Rank 1,201-1,300) 1,222 $6,276,869
All Time Worldwide Box Office for Comedy Movies (Rank 1,501-1,600) 1,542 $6,276,869

See the Box Office tab (Domestic) and International tab (International and Worldwide) for more Cumulative Box Office Records.


Movie Details

Production Budget:$13,000,000
Domestic Releases: August 4th, 1999 (Wide) by Sony Pictures
MPAA Rating: PG-13 for sex-related humor, drug content and language
Running Time: 100 minutes
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Source:Original Screenplay
Genre:Comedy
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Historical Fiction
Production Companies: Phoenix Pictures
Production Countries: Canada,
France,
United States

Leading Cast

   Betsy Jobs
   Arlene Lorenzo

Supporting Cast

Dave Foley    Bob Haldeman
Harry Shearer    G. Gordon Liddy
Dan Hedaya    Dick
Will Ferrell    Bob Woodward
Bruce McCulloch    Carl Bernstein
Teri Garr    Helen Lorenzo
Jim Breuer    John Dean
Ana Gasteyer    Rose Mary Woods
Saul Rubinek    Henry Kissinger
Devon Gummersall    Larry Jobs
Ted McGinley    Roderick
Ryan Reynolds    Chip
G.D. Spradlin    Ben Bradlee
Shannon Lawson    Kay Jobs
Karl Pruner    Frank Jobs
Brenda Devine    Mrs. Spinnler
Jonathan Ranells    First G-Man
Paulino Nunes    Second G-Man
Michael Dyson    Burglar #1
Jerry Schaefer    Burglar #2
Jack Mosshammer    Fat Freddy
Karen Waddell    White House Secretary
Richard Fitzpatrick    John Erlichman
Cole Barrington    Student #1
Scott Wickware    White House Guard
Mark Lutz    Hunky Secret Service Man
Kedar Brown    Mr. Samovar
Paul Wildbaum    Shredder Man
Kerry Dorey    Payola Man
Len Doncheff    Leonid Brezhnev
Igor Portnoi    Russian Translator
Jennifer Wigmore    Washington Post Receptionist
Jane Moffat    Kissing Secretary
Rob Nickerson    1st Police Officer
Bernard Browne    2nd Police Officer
Rummy Bishop    Newsstand Guy
Deborah Grover    Pat Nixon
Stephen Robert*    FBI Agent
Michael Kramer    TV News Reporter
Mike Anscombe    TV News Anchor
French Stewart    The interviewer

For a description of the different acting role types we use to categorize acting perfomances, see our Glossary.

Production and Technical Credits

   Director
Andrew Fleming    Screenwriter
Sheryl Longin    Screenwriter
Gale Anne Hurd    Producer
David Coatsworth    Executive Producer
Alexander Gruszynski    Director of Photography
Deborah Everton    Costume Designer
Barbara Dunphy    Production Designer
Mia Goldman    Editor
Ralph Sall    Music Supervisor
John Debney    Composer
Libby Hodgson    Assistant Director
David Coatsworth    Unit Production Manager
Whitney Brown    Production Manager
Lucinda Zak    Art Director
Donald Elmblad    Set Decorator
Gala Autumn    Costume Supervisor
David Husby    Production Sound Mixer
David Fluhr    Re-recording Mixer
Adam Jenkins    Re-recording Mixer
Steven D. Williams    Supervising Sound Editor
Brian Risner    Sound Effects Editor
Yann Delpuech    Sound Effects Editor
Ryan Eldred    Sound Effects Editor
Stephanie Flack    Dialogue Editor
Cliff Latimer    Dialogue Editor
Chuck Martin Inouye*    Music Editor
Terry Wilson    Music Editor
Ann Brodie    Makeup
Lucy Orton    Hairstylist
Divyo Putney    Hairstylist
Pam Dixon Mickelson*    Casting Director
Diane Kerbel    Casting (Toronto)
Branko Racki    Stunt Coordinator

The bold credits above the line are the "above-the-line" credits, the other the "below-the-line" credits.

Domestic Cumulative Box Office Records


Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossWeek
1999/08/06 12 $2,210,267   1,522 $1,452   $3,392,669 1
1999/08/13 17 $803,193 -64% 1,522 $528   $5,538,517 2
1999/08/20 41 $136,775 -83% 230 $595   $6,153,332 3
1999/08/27 67 $27,011 -80% 59 $458   $6,201,375 4
1999/09/03 69 $30,869 +14% 37 $834   $6,241,697 5

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
1999/08/04 7 $604,260   1,522 $397   $604,260 1
1999/08/05 7 $578,142 -4% 1,522 $380   $1,182,402 2
1999/08/06 11 $730,000 +26% 1,522 $480   $1,912,000 3
1999/08/07 12 $830,000 +14% 1,522 $545   $2,742,000 4
1999/08/08 12 $678,000 -18% 1,522 $445   $3,392,669 5
1999/08/09 11 $340,188 -50% 1,522 $224   $3,732,857 6
1999/08/10 12 $372,903 +10% 1,522 $245   $4,105,760 7
1999/08/11 12 $328,484 -12% 1,522 $216   $4,434,244 8
1999/08/12 12 $301,080 -8% 1,522 $198   $4,735,324 9
1999/08/13 15 $260,000 -14% 1,522 $171   $4,995,000 10
1999/08/14 15 $325,000 +25% 1,522 $214   $5,320,000 11
1999/08/15 17 $225,000 -31% 1,522 $148   $5,538,517 12
1999/08/16 17 $117,985 -48% 1,522 $78   $5,656,502 13
1999/08/17 17 $130,267 +10% 1,522 $86   $5,786,769 14
1999/08/18 17 $116,344 -11% 1,522 $76   $5,903,113 15
1999/08/19 17 $113,444 -2% 1,522 $75   $6,016,557 16

Weekly Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossWeek
1999/08/06 12 $3,552,922   1,522 $2,334   $4,735,324 2
1999/08/13 17 $1,281,233 -64% 1,522 $842   $6,016,557 3
1999/08/20 47 $157,807 -88% 230 $686   $6,174,364 4
1999/08/27 69 $36,464 -77% 59 $618   $6,210,828 5

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