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Historical U.K. Weekend Box Office *

19th October 1984 - 21st October 1984

W/E Gross
Total Gross
Weeks
  1. Conan: The Destroyer

    Conan: The Destroyer

    Directed by: Richard Fleischer

    Starring: Arnold Schwarzenegger, Grace Jones, Wilt Chamberlain

    £648K
    £648,014
    £648K
    £648,014
    New
  2. Romancing The Stone

    Romancing The Stone

    Directed by: Robert Zemeckis

    Starring: Michael Douglas, Kathleen Turner, Danny DeVito

    £303.3K
    £303,341
    £2.1M
    £2,123,383
    4
  3. No cover art for The Woman In Red

    The Woman In Red

    Directed by: Gene Wilder

    Starring: Gene Wilder, Charles Grodin, Joseph Bologna

    £207.3K
    £207,297
    £621.9K
    £621,891
    2
  4. 1984

    1984

    Directed by: Michael Radford

    Starring: John Hurt, Richard Burton, Suzanna Hamilton

    £55.9K
    £55,928
    £167.8K
    £167,783
    2
  5. No cover art for Bachelor Party

    Bachelor Party

    Directed by: Neal Israel

    Starring: Tom Hanks, Tawny Kitaen, Adrian Zmed

    £19.8K
    £19,761
    £1.2M
    £1,244,908
    6
  6. The Karate Kid

    The Karate Kid

    Directed by: John G. Avildsen

    Starring: Ralph Macchio, Pat Morita, Elisabeth Shue

    £11.4K
    £11,444
    £2.9M
    £2,918,092
    8
  7. No cover art for The Company Of Wolves

    The Company Of Wolves

    Directed by: Neil Jordan

    Starring: Angela Lansbury, David Warner, Graham Crowden

    £3.7K
    £3,654
    £113.2K
    £113,248
    5
  8. Indiana Jones And The Temple Of Doom

    Indiana Jones And The Temple Of Doom

    Directed by: Steven Spielberg

    Starring: Harrison Ford, Kate Capshaw, Jonathan Ke Quan

    £903
    £903
    £6M
    £6,002,780
    20
* Prior to 1997 the box office numbers are difficult to find, these figures represent an approximation and are from reputable sources and compiled accordingly.

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