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Robin Hood: Prince Of Thieves General viewing, but some scenes may be unsuitable for young children. A PG film should not unsettle a child aged around eight or older. Unaccompanied children of any age may watch, but parents are advised to consider whether the content may upset younger, or more sensitive, children.

BBFC


1991
 143 minutes (2 hours 23 minutes)
UK release date Released: 19th July 1991  |  BBFC Age Rating:  PG
US release date Released: 14th June 1991
Robin Hood: Prince Of Thieves

Directed by

Kevin Reynolds

Starring

Actor
Character
Kevin Costner
Robin of Locksley
Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio
Marian
Will Scarlett
Sheriff of Nottingham
Geraldine McEwan
Mortianna
Michael McShane
Friar Tuck
Brian Blessed
Lord Locksley
Michael Wincott
Guy of Gisborne
Nick Brimble
Little John
Soo Drouet
Fanny
Daniel Newman
Wulf
Daniel Peacock
Bull
Walter Sparrow
Duncan
Harold Innocent
Bishop
Jack Wild
Much
Michael Goldie
Kenneth
Liam Halligan
Peter Dubois
Marc Zuber
Interrogator
Merelina Kendall
Old Woman
Imogen Bain
Sarah
Jimmy Gardner
Farmer
Bobby Parr
Villager
John H. Francis
Courier
John Hallam
Red Headed Baron
Douglas Blackwell
Gray Bearded Baron
Pat Roach
Celtic Chieftain
Andy Hockley
Ox
John Dallimore
Broth
Derek Deadman
Kneelock
Howard Lew Lewis
Hal
John Tordoff
Scribe
Andrew Lawden
Sergeant
Susannah Corbett
Lady in Coach
Sarah Alexandra
Small Girl
Christopher Adamson
Soldier
Richard Strange
Executioner
Bryan Adams
The Balladeer
Behrooz Afrakhan
Moezin
David Bowles
Morgar
Kenneth W Caravan
Norman Knight - Merry Man
King Richard
Mickey Curry
The Balladeer's Drummer & Percussionist
Larry Klein
The Balladeer's Bassist
Lucien Morgan
Captain of the Sherrif's Men
Bill Payne
The Balladeer's Keyboardist
Derek Pykett
Peasant in Crowd
Neil Riddaway
Villager
Graham Riddell
Celtic Warrior
Keith Scott
The Balladeer's Lead Guitarist
Mark Thomason
Oarsman
Fred Wood
Running Villager
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Top Grossing Movie Chart Position
UK total gross
£20,104,000
266
Robin Hood: Prince Of Thieves
267

US total gross
$165,493,908
295
296
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Global total gross
$390,500,001
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UK Age Rating
UK BBFC Certificate: PG
Genres
UK Box Office Release Breakdown
UK release date:

Highest chart position: 1

Weeks on box office: 31

UK Box Office Chart History
Date
Place
Week
Total
1N
£5,709,845
£5,709,845
1▲▼
£3,741,538
£9,451,383
1▲▼
£2,687,384
£12,138,767
2
£1,941,759
£14,080,526
2▲▼
£1,390,883
£15,471,409
2▲▼
£1,093,672
£16,565,081
2▲▼
£959,845
£17,524,926
2▲▼
£527,715
£18,052,641
5
£317,134
£18,369,775
6
£295,841
£18,665,616
5
£209,264
£18,874,880
7
£193,307
£19,068,187
10
£140,143
£19,208,330
11
£110,519
£19,318,849
14
£98,574
£19,417,423
14▲▼
£90,253
£19,507,676
14▲▼
£76,560
£19,584,236
11
£69,845
£19,654,081
12
£60,538
£19,714,619
12▲▼
£44,172
£19,758,791
13
£36,615
£19,795,406
11
£34,535
£19,829,941
9
£31,538
£19,861,479
9▲▼
£30,052
£19,891,531
13
£24,454
£19,915,985
9
£24,171
£19,940,156
11
£23,456
£19,963,612
14
£10,804
£19,985,220
14▲▼
£9,153
£19,994,373
14▲▼
£7,804
£20,002,177
11
£101,823
£20,104,000
Box Office Gross Flow
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959.8K
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News from around the web

In an unusual event for the box office charts and old favourite returns to the top of the box office, Disney/Pixars Finding Dory replaces Suicide Squad after 4 weeks of release.

We are coming to the end of the School holidays in the UK and its a time when a lot of families are back from their time away so its perhaps no suprise that the box kids film of the moment returns to the top.

A fantastic 4th weekend gross of £2.8 million takes the total gross to £32.3 million, this puts the film on a level with the original Finding Nemo.

Falling into second place is 2 week champion Suicide Squad, a £2.5 million weekend brings the total gross to an fantastic £27.6 million.

This puts the DC anti-hero film ahead of the DC superhero film Batman V Superman Dawn of Justice from earlier in the year.

Highest new film of the week is a British institution making its debut, David Brent Life On The Road, and although it hasn't done nearly as well as Absolutely Fabulous The Movie from this year is debuts at 3 with £1.4 million.

The Office was such a big hit from over10 years ago, was of its time, and is still loved its a challenge to get that feeling back, and this only looks at one of the characters so it could sink fast.

The Secret Life of Pets is still the top total grossing movie of the week with £33.7 million and the longest running film with 9 weeks.

Interesting note this week, if the chart were calculated from the full weeks taking it would have been a very different picture, Suicide Squad would have retained the top, The BFG would have been 3rd and David Brent Life on the Road would have been 6th

Historical charts

A year ago
Paper Towns made its debut at the top of the UK box office knocking Pixels off the top right down to number 6.

Five years ago
After a massive success on TV The Inbeetweeners Movie took the box office by storm making its debut at the top knocking Rise of The Planet of The Apes to number 2.

Ten years ago
After much internet hype the crowd source scripted movie Snakes On A Plane debuted at the top knocking Cars to number 2.

Fifteen years ago
Tim Burtons Planet of The Apes remake debuted at the top knocking Cats and Dogs down to number 2.

Twenty years ago
Independence Day kept a strong hold of the box office and with very little in the way of new release highest debut was Nick of Time starring Johnny Depp at 7.

Twenty five years ago
Arnold Schwarzenegger had his cinematic finest moment in Terminator 2: Judgment Day which made its debut at the top knocking Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves down to number 2.

There was just one major release this week there which basically means there was inevitably going to be a new film making its debut at the top, and as predicted Warner Bros. Suicide Squad does just that.

Continuing the DC Cinematic Universe that was started in Man of Steel and Batman V Superman Dawn of Justice this film does something the Marvel/Disney have not yet dared, put the bad guys front and centre.

And audiences have lapped this up with Suicide Squad topping the UK box office with an excellent £11.2 million, nearly as big as the much more anticipated Batman V Superman from March.

That superhero movie sank quickly at the box office so we'll be watching things closely to see if it does similar.

Worth noting is that if the chart listing was taken over the whole week then Finding Dory would sit at the top with £12 million.

Highest total grossing on this weeks top 10 is The Secret Life of Pets which has now grossed over £32 million, while longest stay on the box office is The Angry Birds Movie with 11 weeks.

Historical charts.

A year ago
The Fantastic Four reboot made its debut at the top of the box office knocking Mission:Impossible Rogue Nation down to number 2.

Five years ago
Four weeks in and Harry Potter and The Deathly Hallows Part 2 was still number 1 leaving JJ Abrams Super 8 to debut at number 2.

Ten years ago
TV show turned movie Miami Vice made its debut at the top knocking Cars down to number 2.<> Fifteen years ago
Cats and Dogs made its debut a the top of the box office knocking Jurassic Park III from the top which fell to number 3.

Twenty years ago
Twister remained at the top for a second week leaving James and The Giant Peach to make its debut at number 2.

Twenty five years ago
Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves was at top for another week while the top new film came in at number 2 in the shape of Backdraft.

This weekend saw the release of two of this summers most anticipated films, and sequels, in Finding Dory and Jason Bourne, and the forgetful little fish won the weekend.

Finding Dory debut weekend in the UK stands at &pond;8.1 million, and excellent opening by all means and not only one of Pixars highest in the UK but also one of the top animation openings.

Compared to 2003s Finding Nemo, and despite the more negative reviews, the film opens higher, but compared to ticket sales Dory (1.1 million) is half a million below Nemo (1.6 million).

Jason Bourne comes in a comfortable second place this week with £7.6 million which is the highest of the series to date.

The BFG falls from the top where it debuted last week to number 3 this week, although if you take in the whole week it is the top grossing movie (Monday - Sunday) with £9.1 million, total gross for the movie is £14 million.

Highest gross and longest run on the top 10 is The Secret Life of Pets which has now grossed £30 million over 6 weeks.

Historical charts

A year ago
Mission:Impossible Rogue Nation was making its debut at the top of the box office knocking Inside Out down to number 2 after a week at number 1.

Five years ago
Harry Potter and The Deathly Hallows Part 2 made it 3 at the top leaving Captain America: The First Avenger to enter at number 2.

Ten years ago
Cars made its debut at the top of the chart knocking Pirates of The Caribbean: Dead Mans Chest down to number 2.

Fifteen years ago
Jurassic Park III held on to the top of the box office leaving Swordfish to make its debut at number 2.

Twenty years ago
Twister was the top new film of the week making its debut at number 1 while The Hunchback of Notre Dame fell to number 2.

Twenty five years ago
There was no moving Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves at the top while top new film of the week was Edward Scissorhands.

There became a bit of a battle for the top of the box office this week as the much loved children's classic The BFG went up agains the much loved Star Trek franchise.

In the end Roald Dahl and Steven Spielberg won with The BFG as it takes the number 1 spot on its debut weekend of release with a very respectable £5.3 million

The film was considered a flop in the US but the stories are considered classics in the UK and parents have passed down books from generation to generation and this is reflected in the box office.

Almost as much loved, and celebrating 50 years this year is Star Trek, and to celebrate we have Star Trek Beyond which this week makes its debut at 2.

A weekend take of £4.7 million wasn't enough to see it debut at the top, and even more worrying is this is half as much as Star Trek Into Darkness, and lower than the original reboot.

The positive reviews may help the path ahead but this is definitely a diminishing series and with a fourth film already planned who knows what the future holds.

Also new this week are André Rieu's 2016 Maastricht Concert which had a couple of shows this last weekend is new at 3.

Historical charts

A year ago
This time last year Pixars Inside Out made its debut at the top of the box office knocking Ant-Man into second place.

Five years ago
Harry Potter and The Deathly Hallows Part 2 made it a second week at the top while the top new film was Cars 2 at number 2.

Ten years ago
For a second weekend Pirates of The Caribbean: Dead Mans Chest was the top film while the highest new film was The Break UP at number 2.

Fifteen years ago

New at the top was Jurassic Park III while Shrek fell from the top into second place.

Twenty year ago

Disneys The Hunchback of Notre Dame made its debut at the top leaving Mission:Impossible to fall into second place.

Twenty five years ago
Kevin Coster was the big star of the era and debuted Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves at the top of the charts after lots of hype, while Thelma and Louise fell to number 3.