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Beaches No one younger than 15 may see a 15 film in a cinema.

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1989
15
26th May
Beaches

Directed by

Starring

Bette Midler
John Heard
Spalding Gray
Lainie Kazan
James Read
Grace Johnston
Mayim Bialik
Marcie Leeds
Carol Williard
Allan Kent
Phil Leeds
Lynda Goodfriend
Nikki Plant
Michael French
Robert Ball
Frank Campanella
Diane Frazen
Michael Elias
Patrick Richwood
Tracy Reiner
Zachary Weintraub
Nicky Blair
Joshua Levinson
Lori Marshall
Jenifer Lewis
Charlotte Crossley
Julie Bond
Kimberly Morgan
Andrea Paris
Adrienne Parker
Melissa Bremner
Laura Fremont
Charles McGowan
Todd Niles
Caitlin McLean
Ken Miller
Bill Bohl
Steven Majewicz
Joe Grifasi
Mona Lyden
Bill Applebaum
Eddie Mekka
Karin Calabro
Keith McDaniel
David Michael Giugni
Lucinda Crosby
Jack W. Larson
Judith Baldwin
Doris Hess
Jane Dulo
Lisa Savage
Frank Buxton
Steve Restivo
Maureen Jennings
Kathleen Marshall
Julie Paris
C.L. Huff
Barbara Marshall
Scott Marshall
Cindy Riegel
Mariann Aalda
Bo Sabato
Michael A. Salcido
Anne Betancourt
Harvey Keenan
Lugene Britton
Arnold McCuller
Carla Earle
Katherine Singleton
Ken Gibbel
Harvey Miller
Kevin Ash
Daria Bauer
Sarah Blaze
Hector Elizondo
Gary Evans
Don Feldstein
Whit Hertford
Garry Marshall
Marc Shaiman
Lori Sigrist
Terri Sigrist
Tom Willett

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Movie details
UK total gross
£1,919,772
2314
Beaches
2315

US total gross
$57,041,866
1333
1334
Beaches

UK BBFC Certificate: 15

Popular in: United Kingdom and Russia

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
£855,628
£855,628
2
£475,349
£1,330,977
2▲▼
£264,083
£1,595,060
3
£146,713
£1,741,773
6
£81,507
£1,823,280
8
£45,282
£1,868,562
10
£25,157
£1,893,719
11
£13,976
£1,907,695
13
£7,764
£1,915,459
13▲▼
£4,313
£1,919,772
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