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Nine Months


1995
 103 minutes (1 hours 43 minutes)
UK release date Released: 20th October 1995  |  BBFC Age Rating:  Nine Months 12 age rating
US release date Released: 12th July 1995
Nine Months

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Starring

Actor
Character
Samuel Faulkner
Rebecca Taylor
Tom Arnold
Marty Dwyer
Gail Dwyer
Jeff Goldblum
Sean Fletcher
Dr. Kosevich
Mia Cottet
Lili
Joey Simmrin
Truman
Ashley Johnson
Shannon Dwyer
Alexa PeñaVega
Molly Dwyer
Aislin Roche
Patsy Dwyer
Priscilla Alden
Older Woman
Edward Ivory
Older Man
James Brady
Bicyclist
Charles Martinet
Arnie
Brendan Columbus
Little Boy on Beach
Eleanor Columbus
Little Girl #1 in Ballet Class
Anna Barnathan
Little Girl #2 in Ballet Class
Zelda Williams
Little Girl #3 in Ballet Class
Peter Bankins
Tow Truck Driver
Betsy Monroe
Bobbie
Ngaio S. Bealum
Sean's Friend #1
Cynthia Urquhart
Sean's Friend #2
Tim Moffett
Sean's Friend #3
Mia Liban
Sean's Friend #4
Kumar Singh
Sean's Friend #5
Amanda Girard
Praying Mantis
Val Diamond
Dr. Kosevich's Receptionist
Jerry Masan
Clown Outside Toy Store
Irene Columbus
Woman in Toy Store
Violet Columbus
Baby in Toy Store
Brittany Radcliffe
Child #1 at Toy Store
Porscha Radcliffe
Child #2 at Toy Store
Cody Dorkin
Child #3 at Toy Store
Emily Gosnell
Child #4 at Toy Store
Bradley Gosnell
Child #5 at Toy Store
Tennis Attendant
Angela Hopkins
Ultrasound Receptionist
Emily Yancy
Dr. Thatcher
Hayley Rose Hansen
Baby in Ultrasound
Shawn Cady
Rollerblade Girl
George F. Mauricio
Moving Man
Paul Simon
Car Salesman
Frank P. Verducci
Car Lot Customer #1
Barbara Olson
Car Lot Customer #2
Morgan Miller
Kid Being Choked in Park
Carol DePasquale
Maternity Floor Receptionist
Bruce Devan
Doctor in Hallway
Cheryl Lee Thorup
Christine
Clarke Devereux
Emergency Attendant #1
Tommy Banks
Emergency Attendant #2
Susan Ilene Johnson
Delivery Room Head Nurse
Maureen McVerry
Pregnant Woman #1
Velina Brown
Pregnant Woman #2
Joy Johnson
Pregnant Woman #3
Sue Murphy
Pregnant Woman #4
Lee Ann Manley
Pregnant Woman #5
Diane Amos
Rebecca's Nurse
Betsy Aidem
Gail's Nurse
Terence McGovern
Dr. Newsoe, the Anesthesiologist
Geoff Bolt
Male Delivery Room Nurse
Gwen Holloway
Female Delivery Room Nurse
Spencer Acton
Boy in Toy Store
Bob Dini
Fisherman
Michael Esslinger
Ambulance Driver
Deb Fink
Pregnant Woman in Toy Store
Joe Garrity
Kid in Park #1
Mavonne Garrity
Doctor
Phil Garrity
Kid in Park #2
Simone Goldstene
Ballerina
Jennifer Robertson
Nurse
Joseph Quinn Simpkins
Waiter
Ezra J. Stanley
Boy in Toy Store
Ryan Styles
Doctor in Hallway
Helen Swee
Old Woman Outside Hospital
Erick Vinther
Student

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Top Grossing Movie Chart Position
UK total gross
£3,493,246
1689
Nine Months
1690

US total gross
$69,684,532
1081
Nine Months

UK Age Rating
UK BBFC Certificate: 12
Genres
UK Box Office Release Breakdown
UK release date:

Highest chart position: 1

Weeks on box office: 10

UK Box Office Chart History
Date
Place
Week
Total
1N
£1,746,623
£1,746,623
5
£698,649
£2,445,272
4
£465,766
£2,911,038
7
£232,883
£3,143,921
8
£170,255
£3,493,246
10
£77,628
£3,376,804
10▲▼
£51,752
£3,428,556
12
£34,501
£3,463,057
13
£17,251
£3,480,308
7
£11,501
£3,491,809
Box Office Gross Flow
£
1.7M
698.6K
465.8K
232.9K
170.3K

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1995

News from around the web

Animated comedy Hotel Transylvania 2 stays at the top of the box office for a second week with a string of weak films entering lower down the chart.

On its second weekend HT 2 takes £2.2 million which brings its UK gross after 10 days to £9.4 million, this means that after 2 weeks the film has surpassed its predecessor.

Highest new film of the weekend is Paranormal Activity The Ghost Dimension which enters the box office at number 3 with £1.4 million.

This is the 6th (sort of) film in the series and is to date the lowest debuting film with most of the others taking in the £3 million on their debut weekend.

Also new this week at number 5 is the Vin Diesel film The Last Witch Hunter which also stars Michael Cain.

Highest total grossing film on the box office this week is The Martian which has taken £20 million to date.

Historical charts

A year ago
Fury was the highest grossing film of the week and also the highest new entry of the week sitting at number 1, the previous weeks top film Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles fell to number 2.

Five years ago
Paranormal Activity 2 was the new film entering the box office at the top knocking Despicable Me off the top to number 2.

Ten years ago
Wallace & Gromit: The Curse of The Were-Rabbit was unmovable at the top of the box office which left Nanny McPhee to debut as the highest new film at number 2.

Fifteen years ago
What Lies Beneath took over the top slot on its debut dropping Dinosaur down to the number 2 slot.

Twenty years ago
Nine Months was new at the top with Pocahontas falling to number 3.

Twenty five years ago
Ghost stayed put at the top of the box office leaving highest new film Bird On A Wire to debut in the number 2 position.

It's good to see that filming of The Hobbit has started after what seems like an endless stream of delays from copyright issues to ill health from the director.

The journey so far has been well documented and includes scripting issues, rights issues, director issues but the film is in the right hands and come Christmas 2012 we should be enjoying the first of the 2 movies.

The original films were an unknown quantity at this stage of production, and little known director Peter Jackson was spreading the word as much as he could that he was making the Lord of the Rings trilogy, no one could have anticipated how the film would re-write cinema history.

Hype for the two new films will reach fever pitch, anticipation will be higher than Star Wars Episode 1, but Jackson is a better director than Lucas and the feeling that these films will be nothing short of amazing is strong.

There is still a year and nine months until we get to see the films but expect the first production still soon and no doubt video vignettes and diary's to keep us interested. The original films had a web cam on set at the Hobbiton village; I'd like to see that return.