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St. Trinian’s (2009)

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Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $15,000Details
International Box Office $29,815,239Details
Worldwide Box Office $29,830,239
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St Trinian’s, the infamous school for "young ladies," is once again facing dire financial crisis! The bank is threatening headmistress Camilla Fritton with closure. Her unorthodox doctrine of free expression and self empowerment is also under threat from new Education Minister Geoffrey Thwaits, an old flame of Camilla’s who is determined to bring discipline and order to the anarchic school. In true St Trinian style, the girls are in a league of their own— smart, fearless and determined to defend the school they love to the end. They need to unite the warring girl gang cliques and come up with the cash fast to save the school.


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Movie Details

Production Budget:$11,400,000
Domestic Releases: October 9th, 2009 (Limited) by NeoClassics Films
Video Release: January 26th, 2010 by Sony Pictures Home Entertainment, released as St. Trinian s
MPAA Rating: PG-13 For thematic elements, drug and alcohol content, sexual material and language
Running Time: 101 minutes
Franchise: St. Trinian's
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Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Contemporary Fiction
Production Countries: United Kingdom

Leading Cast

   Miss Fritton

Supporting Cast

Colin Firth    Geoffrey Thwaites
Jodie Whittaker    Beverly
Lena Headey    Miss Dickinson
Russell Brand    Flash Harry
Talulah Riley    Annabelle
Celia Imrie    Matron
Gemma Arterton    Kelly
Toby Jones    Bursar
Mischa Barton    JJ French
Stephen Fry    Quiz Host
Lucy Punch   

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Production and Technical Credits

Mark Holt    Special Effects Supervisor

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

DVD and Blu-ray Releases for January 26th, 2010

January 26th, 2010

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Massive Activity on the Per Theater Chart

October 13th, 2009

No less than six films broke the $10,000 per theater average barrier over the weekend. Paranormal Activity topped the per theater chart with its record-breaking weekend, earning an average of $49,379 in 160 theaters. An Education was relatively close behind with an average of $39,754 in 4 theaters, which is a spectacular result at any time. A Serious Man remained strong with an average of $21,872, which is enough to suggest further significant expansion over the coming weeks. The number one film at the box office, Couples Retreat, was next with an average of $11,429. Yes Men Fix the World and Bronson had nearly identical averages at $10,956 vs. $10,940. More...

Some Good Limited Releases, Some Not So Good Limited Releases

October 9th, 2009

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2009 Preview: October

October 1st, 2009

September ended with a thud, but at least there's good news. September has finally ended. Last month more movies missed expectations that topped them, which has put a cooling effect on the overall box office and that could hurt the business going into this month. October should still be stronger than last month, and since October of last year wasn't particularly great, 2009 should at least maintain its lead over 2008 going into the holiday season, even if it isn't as strong every single week. More...

2009 Preview: August

August 1st, 2009

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July 27th, 2009

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