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

BBFC


1994
15
95 minutes (1 hours 35 minutes)
8th July
Staggered

Directed by

Martin Clunes

Starring

Martin Clunes
Michael Praed
Michele Winstanley
Kate Byers
Sarah Winman
David Kossoff
Helena McCarthy
Sylvia Syms
Sion Tudor Owen
Virginia McKenna
Jake DArcy
John Forgeham
Dan Travers
Steve Sweeney
Dermot Crowley
Anna Chancellor
Bill Gavin
Griff Rhys Jones
Julia Deakin
Annette Ekblom
Desmond McNamara
George Rossi
Paul Brightwell
Ian Michie
Michael Medwin
Neil Morrissey
Richard Syms
Gary Murphy
Amanda Hodge
Abigail Hodge
Margery Withers
Marvin Berglas
Marc Paul
Bruce Smith
Peter Pond-Jones
Matthew Tucker
Alexander Foustis
Howard Jacobs
Matt Steinmann
Andrew Preveszer
Steve Ritchie
Tim Usher

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Can you believe that it's ten years today (November 18th) since the first teaser trailer for Star Wars Episode 1 was shown in the cinema for the first time? The internet was still in its infancy, as was DVD and staggered cinema releases were still a big thing for blockbuster film releases.

The event was huge and well hyped and although the trailer was released onto the internet few people had a fast enough internet connection at home to really download the trailer or steam it in a watchable fashion so American audiences really did to get to see it ahead of the rest of the world.

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Did you get goose bumps down your spine the first time you saw the trailer? Was it one of the most exciting things you had seen since the trailer for The Return of the Jedi? Let us know you thought on the trailer and what you think 10 years later.

Just to refresh your memory here is the original Star Wars Episode 1 teaser trailer.

Movie details
UK total gross
£1,413,198
2656
Staggered
2657

UK BBFC Certificate: 15

Genres:
Comedy

Popular in: Bulgaria

Box Office Breakdown
UK release date:

Highest chart position: 3

Weeks on box office: 6

Box Office Chart History
Date
Place
Week
Total
3N
£630,401
£630,401
5
£354,158
£984,559
9
£198,965
£1,183,524
12
£111,778
£1,295,302
15
£62,797
£1,358,099
15▲▼
£19,820
£1,413,198
Other Chart History
12 August 1994
£35,279