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Joanna


1968
Joanna

Directed by

Michael Sarne

Starring

Genevive Wate
Christian Doermer
Calvin Lockhart
Glenna Forster-Jones
David Scheur
Marda Vanne
Geoffrey Morris
Michelle Cook
Manning Wilson
Clifton Jones
Dan Caulfield
Michael Chow
Anthony Ainley
Jane Bradbury
Fiona Lewis
Michael Sarne
Carlos Baker
David Collings
John Gulliver
Jenny Hanley
Richard Hurndall
Sibylla Kay
Brenda Kempner
Elizabeth MacLennan
Caroline Munro
Peter Porteous
Annette Robertson
Jayne Sofiano

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Despite competition from the British beloved comedy that is Ab Fab, The Life of Pets remains at the top of the UK box office for a second weekend.

In its second weekend The Life of Pets takes a gross of £4.7 million, this brings the films total gross to an very good £16.6 million after 2 weeks, the films weekly gross is over £7 million.

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A good run should be in order for the film although as is often the case with TV to movie adaptation it will probably spend a lot of time in cinemas but out of the charts.

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A years ago
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Five years ago
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Ten years ago
New at the top of Dreamworks Over The Hedge while The Fast and The Furious Tokyo Drift falls down to number 3.

Fifteen years ago
Shrek was the new film at the top of the box office while Evolution falls to number 2.

Twenty years ago
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Twenty five years ago
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