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10

1979
10

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Starring

Bo Derek
Robert Webber
Dee Wallace
Sam J. Jones
Brian Dennehy
Max Showalter
Rad Daly
Nedra Volz
James Noble
Virginia Kiser
John Hawker
Deborah Rush
Don Calfa
Walter George Alton
John Hancock
Lorry Goldman
Arthur Rosenberg
Mari Gorman
Marcy Hanson
Herb Tanney
Kitty DeCarlo
William Lucking
Owen Sullivan
Debbie White
Laurence Carr
Camila Ashland
Burke Byrnes
Doug Sheehan
J. Víctor López
Jon Linton
John Chappell
Art Kassul
Julie Alter
Adam Anderson
Jeannetta Arnette
Adrian Aron
Gail Bowman
Sheila Cassidy
Michael Champion
Gregory Chase
Lisa Chess
Ellen Clark
S. Colombatto
Antonia Ellis
Lynn Farrell
Vivian Farren
Yolanda Galardo
Sherri Zak
Jesse Adams
Chris Cassidy
Denise Crosby
Jamie Gillis
Phaedra Grant
Blair Harris
Annette Haven
Bonnie Holiday
Milton Ingley
Dorothy LeMay
Jon Martin
Constance Money
David Morris
Candida Royalle
John Seeman
Serena
Desiree West
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Movie details
UK total gross
£1,932,012
2271
10
2272


UK BBFC Certificate: 18

Popular in: United Kingdom and United States

Box Office Breakdown
UK release date:

Highest chart position: 1

Weeks on box office: 5

Box Office Chart History
Date
Place
Week
Total
1N
£1,029,604
£1,029,604
1▲▼
£408,003
£1,437,607
1▲▼
£247,203
£1,684,810
1▲▼
£166,802
£1,851,612
2
£80,400
£1,932,012