All Time Box Office


DOMESTIC GROSSES
Viewing Chart as of Apr. 16, 1991

#1–100 - #101–200 - #201–300 - #301–400 - #401–500

Data as of: or ( / / )
RowRankTitle(click to view)StudioLifetime GrossYear^
201 188 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles II New Line $61,482,900 1991
202 256 A Nightmare on Elm Street 4: The Dream Master New Line $49,369,899 1988
203 291 A Nightmare on Elm Street 3: Dream Warriors New Line $44,793,222 1987
204 479 A Nightmare on Elm Street 2: Freddy's Revenge New Line $29,999,213 1985
205 28 Dances with Wolves Orion Pictures $155,729,101 1990
206 37 Platoon Orion Pictures $138,530,565 1986
207 81 The Silence of the Lambs Orion Pictures $100,088,453 1991
208 90 Back to School Orion Pictures $91,258,000 1986
209 201 Throw Momma From the Train Orion Pictures $57,915,972 1987
210 222 Robocop Orion Pictures $53,424,681 1987
211 237 Amadeus Orion Pictures $51,564,280 1984^
212 243 Bull Durham Orion Pictures $50,888,729 1988
213 269 First Blood Orion Pictures $47,212,904 1982
214 277 Colors Orion Pictures $46,616,067 1988
215 285 Robocop 2 Orion Pictures $45,681,173 1990
216 319 Dirty Rotten Scoundrels Orion Pictures $42,039,085 1988
217 330 Hannah and Her Sisters Orion Pictures $41,069,615 1986^
218 341 Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure Orion Pictures $40,485,039 1989
219 358 Three Amigos Orion Pictures $39,246,734 1986
220 370 The Terminator Orion Pictures $38,371,200 1984
221 403 No Way Out Orion Pictures $35,509,515 1987
222 405 Mermaids Orion Pictures $35,419,397 1990
223 418 Mississippi Burning Orion Pictures $34,603,943 1988
224 447 Dressed to Kill Orion Pictures $31,899,000 1980
225 489 Easy Money Orion Pictures $29,309,766 1983
226 500 Hoosiers Orion Pictures $28,607,524 1986
227 7 Raiders of the Lost Ark Paramount $242,374,454 1981^
228 9 Beverly Hills Cop Paramount $234,760,478 1984
229 11 Ghost Paramount $217,631,306 1990
230 13 Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade Paramount $197,171,806 1989
231 16 Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom Paramount $179,870,271 1984
232 19 Top Gun Paramount $176,786,701 1986^
233 20 Crocodile Dundee Paramount $174,803,506 1986
234 23 Grease Paramount $159,978,870 1978^
235 25 Fatal Attraction Paramount $156,645,693 1987
236 29 Beverly Hills Cop II Paramount $153,665,036 1987
237 40 The Godfather Paramount $133,698,921 1972^
238 43 An Officer and a Gentleman Paramount $129,795,554 1982
239 44 Coming to America Paramount $128,152,301 1988
240 49 The Hunt for Red October Paramount $122,012,643 1990
241 65 Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home Paramount $109,713,132 1986
242 66 Crocodile Dundee II Paramount $109,306,210 1988
243 68 Terms of Endearment Paramount $108,423,489 1983
244 71 Love Story Paramount $106,397,186 1970
245 86 Saturday Night Fever Paramount $94,213,184 1977
246 88 Flashdance Paramount $92,921,203 1983
247 92 Trading Places Paramount $90,404,800 1983
248 110 Airplane! Paramount $83,453,539 1980
249 112 Days of Thunder Paramount $82,670,733 1990
250 113 Star Trek: The Motion Picture Paramount $82,258,456 1979
251 115 Heaven Can Wait (1978) Paramount $81,640,278 1978
252 118 Another 48 HRS. Paramount $80,818,974 1990
253 120 Footloose Paramount $80,035,402 1984
254 121 The Golden Child Paramount $79,817,937 1986
255 125 Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan Paramount $78,912,963 1982
256 126 48 HRS. Paramount $78,868,508 1982
257 128 The Naked Gun: From the Files of Police Squad! Paramount $78,756,177 1988
258 133 Star Trek III: The Search for Spock Paramount $76,471,046 1984
259 135 The Untouchables Paramount $76,270,454 1987
260 153 Ferris Bueller's Day Off Paramount $70,136,369 1986
261 158 Witness Paramount $68,706,993 1985
262 165 The Godfather Part III Paramount $66,666,062 1990
263 169 The Ten Commandments Paramount $65,500,000 1956
264 173 Staying Alive Paramount $64,892,670 1983
265 193 Harlem Nights Paramount $60,864,870 1989
266 194 Scrooged Paramount $60,328,558 1988
267 203 Pet Sematary Paramount $57,469,467 1989
268 216 Ordinary People Paramount $54,766,923 1980
269 228 King Kong (1976) Paramount $52,614,445 1976
270 231 Star Trek V: The Final Frontier Paramount $52,210,049 1989
271 246 Eddie Murphy Raw Paramount $50,504,655 1987
272 251 Popeye Paramount $49,823,037 1980
273 252 Major League Paramount $49,797,148 1989
274 254 Planes, Trains and Automobiles Paramount $49,530,280 1987
275 265 The Godfather Part II Paramount $47,542,841 1974
276 272 Urban Cowboy Paramount $46,918,287 1980
277 281 Black Rain Paramount $46,212,055 1989
278 289 Foul Play Paramount $44,999,621 1978
279 294 The Odd Couple Paramount $44,527,234 1968
280 296 Up in Smoke Paramount $44,364,244 1978
281 310 Meatballs Paramount $43,046,003 1979
282 311 The Longest Yard (1974) Paramount $43,008,075 1974
283 312 Escape from Alcatraz Paramount $43,000,000 1979
284 342 Pretty in Pink Paramount $40,471,663 1986
285 345 Reds Paramount $40,382,659 1981
286 353 Friday the 13th (1980) Paramount $39,754,601 1980
287 385 Friday the 13th Part III Paramount $36,690,067 1982^
288 386 Gung Ho Paramount $36,611,610 1986
289 395 The Greatest Show on Earth Paramount $36,000,000 1952
290 399 Summer School Paramount $35,659,098 1987
291 400 Starting Over Paramount $35,649,012 1979
292 407 Rear Window Paramount $35,189,706 1954^
293 422 Little Darlings Paramount $34,326,249 1980
294 435 Friday the 13th: Final Chapter Paramount $32,980,880 1984
295 442 The Bad News Bears Paramount $32,211,330 1976
296 444 The Accused Paramount $32,078,318 1988
297 448 Children of a Lesser God Paramount $31,853,080 1986
298 470 Uncommon Valor Paramount $30,503,151 1983
299 480 Neighbors (1981) Paramount $29,916,207 1981
300 483 Serpico Paramount $29,800,000 1973

#1–100 - #101–200 - #201–300 - #301–400 - #401–500


CHART NOTES
^ Indicates movie made its gross over multiple releases, e.g., E.T. was re-released in 1985 and a special edition was released in 2002. Clicking on these titles will display a breakdown of releases. Most of the pre-1980 movies listed on this chart had multiple, undocumented releases over the years.

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