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U.K. Weekend Box Office *

17th November 1989 - 19th November 1989

W/E Gross
Total Gross
Weeks
  1. Wilt

    Wilt 


    Directed by:
    Michael Tuchner
    Starring:
    Griff Rhys Jones
    Mel Smith
    Alison Steadman
    £1.3M
    £1,255,771
    £1.3M
    £1,255,771
    New
  2. Shirley Valentine

    Shirley Valentine 


    Directed by:
    Lewis Gilbert
    Starring:
    Pauline Collins
    Tom Conti
    Julia McKenzie
    £984.2K
    £984,245
    £10.3M
    £10,337,522
    4
  3. Pet Sematary

    Pet Sematary 


    Directed by:
    Mary Lambert
    Starring:
    Dale Midkiff
    Fred Gwynne
    Denise Crosby
    £446.7K
    £446,747
    £446.7K
    £446,747
    New
  4. New York Stories

    New York Stories 


    Directed by:
    Woody AllenFrancis Ford Coppola
    Martin Scorsese
    Starring:
    Woody Allen
    Marvin Chatinover
    Mae Questel
    £71.8K
    £71,756
    £251.1K
    £251,147
    2
  5. Shag

    Shag 


    Directed by:
    Zelda Barron
    Starring:
    Phoebe Cates
    Scott Coffey
    Bridget Fonda
    £63.5K
    £63,453
    £1M
    £1,027,927
    4
  6. The Abyss

    The Abyss 


    Directed by:
    James Cameron
    Starring:
    Ed Harris
    Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio
    Michael Biehn
    £56.1K
    £56,061
    £2.4M
    £2,416,333
    6
  7. Oliver and Company

    Oliver and Company 


    Directed by:
    George Scribner
    Starring:
    Joey Lawrence
    Billy Joel
    Cheech Marin
    £52.5K
    £52,462
    £3M
    £2,980,968
    6
  8. Star Trek V: The Final Frontier

    Star Trek V: The Final Frontier 


    Directed by:
    William Shatner
    Starring:
    William Shatner
    Leonard Nimoy
    DeForest Kelley
    £38.1K
    £38,053
    £1.4M
    £1,420,967
    5
  9. Halloween 4: The Return of Michael Myers

    Halloween 4: The Return of Michael Myers 


    Directed by:
    Dwight H. Little
    Starring:
    Donald Pleasence
    Ellie Cornell
    Danielle Harris
    £30.4K
    £30,385
    £244.3K
    £244,298
    3
  10. No cover art for A Chorus of Disapproval

    A Chorus of Disapproval 


    Directed by:
    Michael Winner
    Starring:
    Anthony Hopkins
    Jeremy Irons
    Richard Briers
    £24.4K
    £24,407
    £147.4K
    £147,420
    3
  11. The Rainbow

    The Rainbow 


    Directed by:
    Ken Russell
    Starring:
    Sammi Davis
    Paul McGann
    Amanda Donohoe
    £15.4K
    £15,439
    £93.3K
    £93,250
    3
  12. The Cook, the Thief, His Wife and Her Lover

    The Cook, the Thief, His Wife and Her Lover 


    Directed by:
    Peter Greenaway
    Starring:
    Richard Bohringer
    Michael Gambon
    Helen Mirren
    £14.2K
    £14,221
    £727.6K
    £727,557
    6
  13. Dead Poets Society

    Dead Poets Society 


    Directed by:
    Peter Weir
    Starring:
    Robin Williams
    Robert Sean Leonard
    Ethan Hawke
    £13.5K
    £13,485
    £6.9M
    £6,890,435
    9
  14. No cover art for Henry V

    Henry V 


    Directed by:
    Kenneth Branagh
    Starring:
    Derek Jacobi
    Kenneth Branagh
    Simon Shepherd
    £6K
    £6,040
    £644.1K
    £644,116
    7
  15. Batman

    Batman 


    Directed by:
    Tim Burton
    Starring:
    Michael Keaton
    Jack Nicholson
    Kim Basinger
    £5.7K
    £5,667
    £10.1M
    £10,116,769
    15
  16. Two Moon Junction

    Two Moon Junction 


    Directed by:
    Zalman King
    Starring:
    Sherilyn Fenn
    Richard Tyson
    Louise Fletcher
    £4.5K
    £4,478
    £41K
    £41,014
    3
  17. Erik the Viking

    Erik the Viking 


    Directed by:
    Terry Jones
    Starring:
    Tim Robbins
    Mickey Rooney
    Eartha Kitt
    £4.2K
    £4,195
    £1.1M
    £1,069,500
    8
  18. Lethal Weapon 2

    Lethal Weapon 2 


    Directed by:
    Richard Donner
    Starring:
    Mel Gibson
    Danny Glover
    Joe Pesci
    £2.3K
    £2,308
    £6.8M
    £6,762,671
    13
* 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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