"Gone With The Wind" sold more movie tickets than any other.
Hollywood on the other hand tends to count gross dollars without taking into account inflation of ticket prices. Granted it's initial release in theaters went from 1939 and lasted until 1943. It also had some re-releases over the years as well.
Adjusted for inflation it's estimated gross is $3.3 Billion+
by JaxsonRaine 6 years ago
http://www.treasury.gov/resource-center … revise.pdfOver 50% of all Americans who were in the bottom 20% of earners moved up to a higher bracket between 1996 and 2005.(Table 1 in link)50% of Americans in the second quintile moved up to a higher bracket.30% of Americans in the middle quintile...
by Money Fairy 5 years ago
When you go to the movie theater do you get butter on your popcorn or just plain ? or Do you bring your own snacks in your purse? Some movie theaters check your bags now. There was a time when you used to be able to bring your own snacks instead of buying $5-$10 for popcorn and a drink. Just...
by peter565 2 years ago
Age of Adaline. Romantic movie or gross cougar hunting younger men?The Age of Adeline tell the story of an woman over 80 years old, but don't age fall in love with a young man. Personally I find it kind of gross and in the cinema I thought "gross, you are having sex with an old...
by courtney_neal 8 years ago
What is your favorite movie playing in theaters right now?Please chose a movie that has been out in theaters within the last month. My personal opinion, would be that Toy Story 3 is the best out of what playing right now. 2nd would be Get Him to the Greek.
by Mahaveer Sanglikar 6 years ago
Do you watch movies in theaters?I rarely watch movies in theaters. Generally I watch them on computer at home. What about you?
by JT Walters 6 years ago
Do you think Hollywood has bad Kharma?
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