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Who Framed Roger Rabbit? (1988)

Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $154,112,492Details
International Box Office $197,387,508Details
Worldwide Box Office $351,500,000
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Metrics

Latest Ranking on Cumulative Box Office Lists

RecordRankAmount
All Time Domestic Box Office (Rank 301-400) 315 $154,112,492
All Time International Box Office (Rank 301-400) 366 $197,387,508
All Time Worldwide Box Office (Rank 301-400) 328 $351,500,000

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


Movie Details

Production Budget:$70,000,000
Domestic Releases: June 22nd, 1988 (Wide) by Walt Disney
Video Release: August 11th, 1995 by Walt Disney Home Entertainment
MPAA Rating: PG
Running Time: 103 minutes
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Keywords: Visual Effects, Film Noir, Private Investigator, Fugitive / On the Run, Surprise Twist, Conspiracy Theory, Corrupt Cops, Corporate Malfeasance, Inspired by a True Story, Gratuitous Cameos, Death of a Sibling, Addiction, Intertitle, Movie Business, Death of a Partner
Source:Based on Fiction Book/Short Story
Genre:Adventure
Production Method:Animation/Live Action
Creative Type:Fantasy
Production Companies: Touchstone Pictures, Amblin Entertainment
Production Countries: United States

Ranking on other Records and Milestones

RecordRankAmountChart
Date
Days In
Release
Biggest Domestic 32nd Weekend 34 $218,120 Jan 27, 1989 222
Fastest to $150m 320 $151,931,137 Jan 27, 1989 222
Biggest Domestic 26th Weekend 84 $202,208 Dec 16, 1988 180
Biggest Domestic 24th Weekend 82 $328,816 Dec 2, 1988 166
Biggest Domestic 23rd Weekend 52 $721,424 Nov 25, 1988 159
Biggest Domestic 22nd Weekend 68 $602,117 Nov 18, 1988 152
Biggest Domestic 18th Weekend 83 $950,120 Oct 21, 1988 124
Biggest Domestic 17th Weekend 94 $1,044,924 Oct 14, 1988 117
Biggest Domestic 16th Weekend 83 $1,404,155 Oct 7, 1988 110
Biggest Domestic 15th Weekend 91 $1,543,344 Sep 30, 1988 103
Biggest Domestic 14th Weekend 92 $1,692,166 Sep 23, 1988 96
Biggest Domestic 13th Weekend 85 $2,087,303 Sep 16, 1988 89
Biggest Domestic 11th Weekend 42 $4,434,566 Sep 2, 1988 75
Labor Day (All Movies, 3-Day, Inflation Adjusted) 154 $9,602,831 Sep 2, 1988 75
Biggest Domestic 10th Weekend 96 $2,980,229 Aug 26, 1988 68
Fastest to $100m 529 $105,420,503 Aug 5, 1988 47
Fastest to $50m 936 $54,516,090 Jul 8, 1988 19
Independence Day (All Movies, 3-Day) 77 $14,517,442 Jul 1, 1988 12
Independence Day (All Movies, 3-Day, Inflation Adjusted) 56 $31,436,797 Jul 1, 1988 12

Cast

   Eddie Valiant
Christopher Lloyd    Judge Doom
Charles Fleischer    Roger Rabbit/Benny The Cab/Greasy/Psycho
Stubby Kaye    Marvin Acme
Joanna Cassidy    Dolores
Alan Tilvern    R.K. Maroon
Richard Le Parmentier    Lt. Santino
Morgan Deare    Editor/Gorilla
Lou Hirsch    Baby Herman
Joel Silver    Raoul
Paul Springer    Augie
Richard Ridings    Angelo
Edwin Craig    Arthritic Cowboy
Lindsay Holiday    Soldier
Mike Edmonds    Stretch
Danny Capri    Kid
Christopher Hollosy    Kid
John-Paul Sipla    Kid
Laura Frances    Blonde starlet
Joel Cutrara    Forensic
Billy J. Mitchell    Forensic
Eric B. Sindon    Mailman
Ed Herlihy    Newscaster
James O'Connell    Conductor
Eugene Guirterrez    Teddy Valiant
April Winchell    Mrs. Herman
Mae Questel    Betty Boop
Mel Blanc    Daffy Duck/Tweety Bird/Bugs Bunny/Sylvester/Porky Pig
Tony Anselmo    Donald Duck
Mary T. Radford    Hippo
Joe Alaskey    Yosemite Sam
David Lander    Smart Ass
Fred Newman    Stupid
June Foray    Wheezy/Lena Hyena
Russi Taylor    Birds/Minnie Mouse
Les Perkins    Toad
Richard Williams    Droopy
Wayne Allwine    Mickey Mouse
Pat Buttram    Bullet
Jim Cummings    Bullet
Jim Gallant    Bullet
Frank Sinatra    Singing Sword
Tony Pope    Goofy/Wolf
Peter Westy    Pinocchio
Cherry Davis    Woody Woodpecker

Production and Technical Credits

Director   
Screenwriter    Jeffrey Price
Screenwriter    Peter S. Seaman
Story Creator    Gary K. Wolf
Producer    Robert Watts
Producer    Frank Marshall
Executive Producer    Steven Spielberg
Executive Producer    Kathleen Kennedy
Production Designer    Elliot Scott
Production Designer    Roger Cain
Editor    Arthur Schmidt
Composer    Alan Silvestri
Director of Photography    Dean Cundey
Associate Producer    Don Hahn
Associate Producer    Steve Starkey
Associate Producer    Steven Saxton
Assistant Director (UK)    Michael Murray
Assistant Director (US)    David McGiffert
Second Unit Director-U.K.    Ian Sharp
Second Unit Director-U.K.    Frank Marshall
Second Unit Director-U.S.    Max Kleven
Unit Production Manager-U.S.    Jack Frost Sanders
Production Manager-U.K.    Patricia Carr
Animation    Patsy de Lord
Additional Animation    Ron Rocha
Animation Director    Richard Williams
Art Director (UK)    Elliot Scott
Art Director (US)    Roger Cain
Set Decorator-U.K.    Peter Howitt
Set Decorator-U.S.    Robert R. Benton
Additional Camera    Paul Beeson
Second Unit Camera-U.S.    Gregg Heschong
Visual Effects Supervisor    Ken Ralston
Visual Supervisor-Optical Photography    Edward Jones
Visual Effects Supervisor-Mechanical    George Gibbs
Costume Designer    Joanna Johnston
Costume Supervisor UK    Ron Beck
Costume Supervisor US    Linda Henrikson
Associate Editor (UK)    Peter Lonsdale
Associate Editor (UK)    Colin Wilson
Sound Mixer-U.K.    Tony Dawe
Sound Mixer-U.S.    Michael Evje
Re-recording Mixer    Robert Knudson
Re-recording Mixer    John Boyd
Re-recording Mixer    Don Digirolamo
Re-recording Mixer    Jim Fitzpatrick
Supervising Sound Editor    Charles L. Campbell
Supervising Sound Editor    Louis L. Edemann
Sound Editor    Larry Carow
Sound Editor    Paul Carden
Sound Editor    Rick Franklin
Sound Editor    Chuck Neely
Sound Editor    Colin Mouat
Sound Editor    Paul Bruce Richardson
Music Editor    Kenneth Karman
Make up    Ken Chase
Hairstylist    Sharleen J. Rassi
Casting Director-U.K.    Priscilla John
Casting Director-U.S.    Reuben Cannon

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Domestic Cumulative Box Office Records


Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossWeek
1988/06/24 1 $11,226,239   1,045 $10,743   $14,853,661 1
1988/07/01 2 $14,517,442 +29% 1,153 $12,591   $37,228,575 2
1988/07/08 2 $11,519,011 -21% 1,286 $8,957   $54,516,090 3
1988/07/15 3 $8,589,225 -25% 1,314 $6,537   $69,291,854 4
1988/07/22 1 $8,919,732 +4% 1,402 $6,362   $84,057,913 5
1988/07/29 2 $6,556,367 -26% 1,429 $4,588   $95,308,294 6
1988/08/05 2 $5,895,616 -10% 1,435 $4,108   $105,420,503 7
1988/08/12 5 $4,349,661 -26% 1,435 $3,031   $113,041,981 8
1988/08/19 6 $3,664,197 -16% 1,598 $2,293   $119,370,859 9
1988/08/26 6 $2,980,229 -19% 1,549 $1,924   $124,611,761 10
1988/09/02 5 $4,434,566 +49% 1,588 $2,793   $130,686,435 11
1988/09/09 8 $1,883,805 -58% 1,500 $1,256   $133,157,333 12
1988/09/16 5 $2,087,303 +11% 1,393 $1,498   $135,939,312 13
1988/09/23 4 $1,692,166 -19% 1,321 $1,281   $138,197,918 14
1988/09/30 9 $1,543,344 -9% 1,264 $1,221   $140,151,770 15
1988/10/07 8 $1,404,155 -9% 1,147 $1,224   $141,978,958 16
1988/10/14 8 $1,044,924 -26% 1,040 $1,005   $143,273,001 17
1988/10/21 11 $950,120 -9% 934 $1,017   $144,509,419 18
1988/10/28 13 $592,516 -38% 819 $723   $145,322,076 19
1988/11/04 12 $511,544 -14% 525 $974   $146,036,008 20
1988/11/11 12 $397,061 -22% 363 $1,094   $146,618,242 21
1988/11/18 11 $602,117 +52% 557 $1,081   $147,340,080 22
1988/11/25 11 $721,424 +20% 637 $1,133   $148,375,903 23
1988/12/02 11 $328,816 -54% 406 $810   $148,882,574 24
1988/12/09 11 $177,148 -46% 268 $661   $149,212,265 25
1988/12/16 11 $202,208 +14% 356 $568   $149,487,412 26
1989/01/27 27 $218,120   280 $779   $151,931,137 32

Daily Box Office Performance

Weekly Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossWeek
1988/06/24 1 $19,083,711   1,045 $18,262   $22,711,133 2
1988/07/01 2 $20,285,946 +6% 1,153 $17,594   $42,997,079 3
1988/07/08 2 $17,705,550 -13% 1,286 $13,768   $60,702,629 4
1988/07/15 2 $14,435,552 -18% 1,314 $10,986   $75,138,181 5
1988/07/22 1 $13,613,746 -6% 1,402 $9,710   $88,751,927 6
1988/07/29 2 $10,772,960 -21% 1,429 $7,539   $99,524,887 7
1988/08/05 2 $9,167,433 -15% 1,435 $6,388   $108,692,320 8
1988/08/12 5 $7,014,342 -23% 1,435 $4,888   $115,706,662 9
1988/08/19 6 $5,924,870 -16% 1,598 $3,708   $121,631,532 10
1988/08/26 6 $4,620,337 -22% 1,549 $2,983   $126,251,869 11
1988/09/02 6 $5,021,659 +9% 1,588 $3,162   $131,273,528 12
1988/09/09 8 $2,578,481 -49% 1,500 $1,719   $133,852,009 13
1988/09/16 6 $2,653,743 +3% 1,393 $1,905   $136,505,752 14
1988/09/23 5 $2,102,674 -21% 1,321 $1,592   $138,608,426 15
1988/09/30 6 $1,966,377 -6% 1,264 $1,556   $140,574,803 16
1988/10/07 7 $1,653,274 -16% 1,147 $1,441   $142,228,077 17
1988/10/14 7 $1,331,222 -19% 1,040 $1,280   $143,559,299 18
1988/10/21 11 $1,170,261 -12% 934 $1,253   $144,729,560 19
1988/10/28 8 $794,904 -32% 819 $971   $145,524,464 20
1988/11/04 7 $696,717 -12% 525 $1,327   $146,221,181 21
1988/11/11 7 $516,782 -26% 363 $1,424   $146,737,963 22
1988/11/18 8 $916,516 +77% 557 $1,645   $147,654,479 23
1988/11/25 9 $899,279 -2% 637 $1,412   $148,553,758 24
1988/12/02 9 $481,359 -46% 406 $1,186   $149,035,117 25
1988/12/09 9 $250,087 -48% 268 $933   $149,285,204 26

Weekly US Blu-ray Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
3/17/2013933,283 33,283$718,242$718,242919
3/24/20131422,262-33% 55,545$480,404$1,198,646920

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