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On This Day - July 19

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Record Day

The chart below contains the top 10 movies based on daily domestic revenue recorded on July 19.

Year Title Day of
Week
Day Domestic
Box Office
2008 The Dark Knight Saturday $47,650,240 $533,345,358
2009 Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince Sunday $21,780,931 $301,959,197
2013 The Conjuring Friday $16,956,117 $137,400,141
2003 Bad Boys II Saturday $16,203,568 $138,540,870
2011 Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part II Tuesday $15,388,166 $381,011,219
2015 Ant-Man Sunday $15,111,351 $180,202,163
2014 Dawn of the Planet of the Apes Saturday $14,774,045 $208,545,589
2015 Minions Sunday $14,484,960 $336,045,770
2003 Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl Saturday $13,095,414 $305,411,224
2001 Jurassic Park III Thursday $11,589,750 $181,166,115

Record Opening Day

The chart below contains the top movies based on domestic opening day on July 19.

Year Title Day of
Week
Opening
Day
Domestic
Box Office
2002 Stuart Little 2 Friday $5,314,000 $64,956,806
2002 K-19: The Widowmaker Friday $4,023,000 $35,168,966
2000 The In Crowd Wednesday $662,495 $5,217,498
2013 Girl Most Likely Friday $225,750 $1,378,591

Record Weekend

The chart below contains the top 10 movies based on domestic revenue recorded on a weekend where Friday, Saturday or Sunday was July 19.

Year Title Weekend Domestic
Box Office
2008 The Dark Knight $158,411,483 $533,345,358
2009 Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince $77,835,727 $301,959,197
2015 Ant-Man $57,225,526 $180,202,163
2015 Minions $49,274,730 $336,045,770
2003 Bad Boys II $46,522,560 $138,540,870
2013 The Conjuring $41,855,326 $137,400,141
2014 Dawn of the Planet of the Apes $36,254,310 $208,545,589
2003 Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl $34,034,597 $305,411,224
2015 Trainwreck $30,097,040 $110,038,130
2014 The Purge: Anarchy $29,816,675 $71,562,550

Future Releases

Movies to be released on this date in the future: 2019: The Lion King

Born and Died

Died on this day in history: James Garner (2014, at the age of 86), Douglas S. Cook (2015, at the age of 86), Garry Marshall (2016, at the age of 81)

Note: The charts on this page are not adjusted for inflation.

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