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Manhattan


1979
12
96 minutes (1 hours 36 minutes)
24th August
Manhattan

Directed by

Woody Allen

Starring

Woody Allen
Michael Murphy
Mariel Hemingway
Anne Byrne Hoffman
Karen Ludwig
Michael O'Donoghue
Victor Truro
Tisa Farrow
Helen Hanft
Bella Abzug
Gary Weis
Kenny Vance
Charles Levin
Karen Allen
David Rasche
Damion Scheller
Wallace Shawn
Mark Linn-Baker
Frances Conroy
Bill Anthony
John Doumanian
Raymond Serra
Tobin Bell
Willow Hale
Llewellyn Lafford
Marianne Muellerleile
Larry Sherman

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Movie details
UK total gross
£1,434,341
2655
Manhattan
2656

US total gross
$39,946,780
1891
Manhattan

UK BBFC Certificate: 12

Popular in: United Kingdom

UK Box Office Release Breakdown
UK release date:

Highest chart position: 1

Weeks on box office: 8

UK Box Office Chart History
Date
Place
Week
Total
1N
£599,202
£599,202
1▲▼
£352,472
£951,674
2
£207,336
£1,159,010
2▲▼
£121,962
£1,280,972
2▲▼
£71,742
£1,352,714
3
£42,201
£1,394,915
5
£24,824
£1,419,739
5▲▼
£14,602
£1,434,341
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26th March 2013

After a couple of weeks at the top of the UK box office for Oz we now have a full change with The Croods leading the way.

Dreamworks animated comedy The Croody debuted at the top this week with £5.4 million. Last weeks top film, Oz the Great and Powerful fell to number 3, as Jack the Giant Slayer debuted in the runner up spot.

A year ago The Hunger Games made it's chart debut with a lot of hype and £4.9 million is takings. It knocked 21 Jump Street to number 2.

Five years ago there was a huge change in the chart with the whole top 4 was new, heading the pack was Horton Hears a Who! Which debuted with £2.9 million. The previous weeks top film, 10,000 BC fell to 5.

Ten years ago just Married hit the top spot, although the takings from the weekend were very low and it didn't even make $pound;1 million. The previus weeks top film, Maid in Manhattan fell to 2.

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