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Dead Man Walking

1996
Dead Man Walking

Directed by

Tim Robbins

Starring

Robert Prosky
Raymond J. Barry
R. Lee Ermey
Celia Weston
Lois Smith
Scott Wilson
Roberta Maxwell
Margo Martindale
Barton Heyman
Steve Boles
Nesbitt Blaisdell
Ray Aranha
Larry Pine
Gil Robbins
Kevin Cooney
Adele Robbins
Michael Cullen
Missy Yager
Jenny Krochmal
Jon Abrahams
Arthur Bridgers
Steve Carlisle
Helen Hester
Eva Amurri
Jack Henry Robbins
Gary Buddy Boe
Amy Long
Dennis Neal
Molly Bryant
Pamela Garmon
Adrian Colon
John D. Wilmot
Margaret Lane
Sally Ann Roberts
Alec Gifford
John Hurlbutt
Mike Longman
Pete Burris
Joan Glover
Florrie Hathorn
Lenore Banks
Idella Cassamier
Marlon Horton
Kenitra Singleton
Palmer Jackson
Johnathan Thomas
Walter Breaux Jr.
Scott Sowers
Cortez Nance Jr.
Adam Nelson
Dalvin Ford
Derek Steeley
Jeremy Knaster
Mary Robbins
Miles Robbins
Marcus Lyle Brown
Joanna Doherty
Anthony Michael Frederick
Rawleigh Moreland
Helen Prejean
Codie Scott
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After a very successful debut a the top of the box office last week Batman V Superman Dawn of Justice makes a dramatic 70% drop this week but retains its position with little competition.

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Movie details
UK total gross
£2,000,433
2219
Dead Man Walking
2220

US total gross
$39,363,635
1902
Dead Man Walking

UK BBFC Certificate: 15

Genres:
Crime
Drama
Box Office Breakdown
UK release date:

Highest chart position: 2

Weeks on box office: 4

Box Office Chart History
Date
Place
Week
Total
2N
£950,169
£950,169
2▲▼
£500,108
£1,450,277
4
£300,101
£1,750,378
5
£250,055
£2,000,433