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True Box Office Gold

TRUE BOX OFFICE GOLD In 1930 some 65% of the American population went to the cinema weekly. By 1964 that number had fallen to 10% (when there were 1.04bn tickets sold). It has remained pretty much steady ever since, which may explain why the top 30 grossing movies in America, even when adjusted for inflation*, are oldies. TICKET TICKET $163B Gone With the Wind 1939 TICKET TICKET тсKET TICKET ткKET CKE $1.43B Star Wars 1977 псKET теKET TICKET ткKET ткKET TскT $1.15B The Sound ofMusic 1964 TICKET TICKET TICKET TİCKET TİCKET ET: The Extra-Terrestrial 1982 ICKET ( $1148 TICKET TICKET ткKET TICKET TỊCKET Titanic 1997 псKET $1.09B TICKET TICKET TICKET TICKET вн The Ten Commandments 1956 ICKET ткKET TỊCKET TỊICKET TICKET (1EKET $1.03B TICKET TICKET ткKET ткKET ткКET Doctor Zhivago 1965 ICKET TICKET TICKET тсKET TİCKET W666$ 1EN The Excorcist 1973 TICKET TICKET $890M TICKET TICKET TICKET Snow White & the Seven Dwarfs 1937 TỊCKET | TICKI $877 M тусKET TICKET псKET 101 Dalmati ans 1961 ICKET тсKET $804M TICKET тсKET The Empire Strikes Back 1980 nCKET (TICKET $790M тсKET TICKET псKET TỊCKET тсKET 656T unH-uag W68LS 13NOL Avatar 2009 CKET $783M тсKET TICKET тсKET Return of the Jedi 1983 TICKET $757M тсKET TICKET TICKET

True Box Office Gold

shared by LGuerra on Sep 17
A graphic comparing the box office money of several films. Bar graph made out of tickets. Cute.



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