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U.K. Weekend Box Office *

31st March 1989 - 2nd April 1989

W/E Gross
Total Gross
Weeks
  1. Working Girl

    Working Girl 


    Directed by:
    Mike Nichols
    Starring:
    Harrison Ford
    Melanie Griffith
    Sigourney Weaver
    £1.2M
    £1,246,035
    £1.2M
    £1,246,035
    New
  2. Twins

    Twins 


    Directed by:
    Ivan Reitman
    Starring:
    Arnold Schwarzenegger
    Danny DeVito
    Kelly Preston
    £1.2M
    £1,237,038
    £6.9M
    £6,915,044
    3
  3. Tequila Sunrise

    Tequila Sunrise 


    Directed by:
    Robert Towne
    Starring:
    Mel Gibson
    Michelle Pfeiffer
    Kurt Russell
    £688.2K
    £688,209
    £688.2K
    £688,209
    New
  4. Rain Man

    Rain Man 


    Directed by:
    Barry Levinson
    Starring:
    Dustin Hoffman
    Tom Cruise
    Valeria Golino
    £402.2K
    £402,236
    £9.2M
    £9,227,367
    5
  5. Scandal

    Scandal 


    Directed by:
    Michael Caton-Jones
    Starring:
    John Hurt
    Joanne Whalley
    Bridget Fonda
    £128.4K
    £128,405
    £3.7M
    £3,687,789
    5
  6. Iron Eagle II

    Iron Eagle II 


    Directed by:
    Sidney J. Furie
    Starring:
    Louis Gossett Jr.
    Mark Humphrey
    Stuart Margolin
    £95.4K
    £95,430
    £305.4K
    £305,376
    2
  7. The Naked Gun: From the Files of Police Squad!

    The Naked Gun: From the Files of Police Squad! 


    Directed by:
    David Zucker
    Starring:
    Leslie Nielsen
    Priscilla Presley
    Ricardo Montalban
    £80.2K
    £80,180
    £7.6M
    £7,616,158
    8
  8. Dangerous Liaisons

    Dangerous Liaisons 


    Directed by:
    Stephen Frears
    Starring:
    Glenn Close
    John Malkovich
    Michelle Pfeiffer
    £59.7K
    £59,695
    £1.1M
    £1,115,577
    4
  9. The Adventures of Baron Munchausen

    The Adventures of Baron Munchausen 


    Directed by:
    Terry Gilliam
    Starring:
    John Neville
    Eric Idle
    Sarah Polley
    £33.6K
    £33,603
    £252.4K
    £252,361
    3
  10. D.O.A.

    D.O.A.  


    Directed by:
    Annabel JankelRocky Morton
    Starring:
    Dennis Quaid
    Meg Ryan
    Charlotte Rampling
    £22.2K
    £22,179
    £410.1K
    £410,073
    4
  11. The Accidental Tourist

    The Accidental Tourist 


    Directed by:
    Lawrence Kasdan
    Starring:
    William Hurt
    Kathleen Turner
    Geena Davis
    £21.1K
    £21,086
    £1.1M
    £1,078,809
    6
  12. The Accused

    The Accused 


    Directed by:
    Jonathan Kaplan
    Starring:
    Kelly McGillis
    Jodie Foster
    Bernie Coulson
    £18.6K
    £18,601
    £1.1M
    £1,063,784
    7
  13. No cover art for High Hopes

    High Hopes 


    Directed by:
    Mike Leigh
    Starring:
    Phil Davis
    Ruth Sheen
    Edna Dore
    £10.7K
    £10,738
    £238.3K
    £238,283
    5
  14. Die Hard

    Die Hard 


    Directed by:
    John McTiernan
    Starring:
    Bruce Willis
    Bonnie Bedelia
    Reginald VelJohnson
    £10.5K
    £10,538
    £3.8M
    £3,839,703
    9
  15. No cover art for Slipstream

    Slipstream 


    Directed by:
    Steven Lisberger
    Starring:
    Mark Hamill
    Bob Peck
    Bill Paxton
    £3.6K
    £3,567
    £617.3K
    £617,262
    8
  16. Cocktail

    Cocktail 


    Directed by:
    Roger Donaldson
    Starring:
    Tom Cruise
    Bryan Brown
    Elisabeth Shue
    £2.9K
    £2,850
    £2.3M
    £2,286,026
    11
  17. The Lair of the White Worm

    The Lair of the White Worm 


    Directed by:
    Ken Russell
    Starring:
    Amanda Donohoe
    Hugh Grant
    Catherine Oxenberg
    £1.5K
    £1,472
    £22.8K
    £22,810
    4
  18. Resurrected

    Resurrected 


    Directed by:
    Paul Greengrass
    Starring:
    Tom Bell
    Rita Tushingham
    David Thewlis
    £629
    £629
    £3.4K
    £3,356
    3
* 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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