All Time Box Office


DOMESTIC GROSSES
Viewing Chart as of Jul. 28, 1987

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

Data as of: or ( / / )
RowRankTitle(click to view)StudioLifetime GrossYear^
401 318 Conan the Destroyer Universal $31,042,035 1984
402 319 Dune Universal $30,925,690 1984
403 324 An American Werewolf in London Universal $30,565,292 1981
404 329 Sophie's Choice Universal $30,036,000 1982
405 335 Harry and the Hendersons Universal $29,760,613 1987
406 347 The Last Starfighter Universal $28,733,290 1984
407 349 House Calls Universal $28,460,702 1978
408 355 Slap Shot Universal $28,000,000 1977
409 366 The Jazz Singer Universal $27,118,000 1980
410 367 Flash Gordon Universal $27,107,960 1980
411 368 Fast Times at Ridgemont High Universal $27,092,880 1982
412 391 Halloween II Universal $25,533,818 1981
413 415 Weird Science Universal $23,834,048 1985
414 419 Sixteen Candles Universal $23,686,027 1984
415 425 Ghost Story Universal $23,371,905 1981
416 434 Xanadu Universal $22,762,571 1980
417 453 Buck Rogers in the 25th Century Universal $21,671,241 1979
418 470 The Wiz Universal $21,049,053 1978
419 480 The Great Waldo Pepper Universal $20,642,922 1975
420 489 Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band Universal $20,378,470 1978
421 492 The Incredible Shrinking Woman Universal $20,259,961 1981
422 495 Dracula (1979) Universal $20,158,970 1979
423 321 The Texas Chainsaw Massacre Unknown $30,859,000 1974
424 10 The Exorcist Warner Bros. $193,000,000 1973^
425 19 Gremlins Warner Bros. $153,083,102 1984^
426 24 Superman Warner Bros. $134,218,018 1978
427 31 Blazing Saddles Warner Bros. $119,500,000 1974^
428 44 Superman II Warner Bros. $108,185,706 1981
429 53 The Color Purple Warner Bros. $98,467,863 1985^
430 55 Arthur Warner Bros. $95,461,682 1981
431 66 Every Which Way But Loose Warner Bros. $85,196,485 1978
432 76 Police Academy Warner Bros. $81,198,894 1984
433 85 Hooper Warner Bros. $78,000,000 1978
434 91 10 Warner Bros. $74,865,517 1979
435 95 My Fair Lady Warner Bros. $72,000,000 1964
436 97 Any Which Way You Can Warner Bros. $70,687,344 1980
437 98 All the President's Men Warner Bros. $70,600,000 1976
438 101 Private Benjamin Warner Bros. $69,847,348 1980
439 105 Purple Rain Warner Bros. $68,392,977 1984
440 107 Sudden Impact Warner Bros. $67,642,693 1983
441 111 What's Up, Doc? Warner Bros. $66,000,000 1972
442 114 Lethal Weapon Warner Bros. $65,207,127 1987
443 120 Risky Business Warner Bros. $63,541,777 1983
444 125 National Lampoon's Vacation Warner Bros. $61,399,552 1983
445 126 The Goonies Warner Bros. $61,389,680 1985^
446 128 Spies Like Us Warner Bros. $60,088,980 1985
447 129 Superman III Warner Bros. $59,950,623 1983
448 139 Police Academy 2: Their First Assignment Warner Bros. $55,600,000 1985
449 140 Never Say Never Again Warner Bros. $55,432,841 1983
450 141 The Witches of Eastwick Warner Bros. $55,159,950 1987
451 166 Dog Day Afternoon Warner Bros. $50,000,000 1975
452 171 European Vacation Warner Bros. $49,364,621 1985
453 172 Cobra Warner Bros. $49,042,224 1986
454 175 Tightrope Warner Bros. $48,143,579 1984
455 185 Firefox Warner Bros. $46,708,276 1982
456 187 The Enforcer Warner Bros. $46,236,000 1976
457 189 Greystoke: The Legend of Tarzan Warner Bros. $45,858,563 1984
458 200 The Shining Warner Bros. $44,017,374 1980^
459 205 Police Academy 3: Back in Training Warner Bros. $43,579,163 1986
460 210 The Main Event Warner Bros. $42,800,000 1979
461 211 Heartbreak Ridge Warner Bros. $42,724,017 1986
462 218 Oh, God! Warner Bros. $41,687,243 1977
463 220 Pale Rider Warner Bros. $41,410,568 1985
464 225 Pee-Wee's Big Adventure Warner Bros. $40,940,662 1985
465 240 Caddyshack Warner Bros. $39,846,344 1980
466 241 Magnum Force Warner Bros. $39,768,000 1973
467 249 Little Shop of Horrors Warner Bros. $38,748,395 1986
468 256 City Heat Warner Bros. $38,348,988 1984
469 267 Best Friends Warner Bros. $36,821,203 1982
470 273 Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome Warner Bros. $36,230,219 1985
471 278 Dirty Harry Warner Bros. $35,976,000 1971
472 283 Sharky's Machine Warner Bros. $35,610,100 1981
473 287 Excalibur Warner Bros. $34,967,437 1981
474 290 The Killing Fields Warner Bros. $34,700,291 1984
475 309 The Outlaw Josey Wales Warner Bros. $31,800,000 1976
476 322 Exorcist II: The Heretic Warner Bros. $30,749,142 1977
477 336 The World According to Garp Warner Bros. $29,712,172 1982
478 338 Twilight Zone: The Movie Warner Bros. $29,450,919 1983
479 350 High Road to China Warner Bros. $28,445,927 1983
480 352 Cannonball Run II Warner Bros. $28,078,073 1984
481 353 Police Academy 4: Citizens on Patrol Warner Bros. $28,061,343 1987
482 359 Blade Runner Warner Bros. $27,580,111 1982^
483 371 Going in Style Warner Bros. $26,869,286 1979
484 372 Full Metal Jacket Warner Bros. $26,814,910 1987
485 374 A Clockwork Orange Warner Bros. $26,589,355 1972
486 376 The Gauntlet Warner Bros. $26,414,658 1977
487 377 Wildcats Warner Bros. $26,285,544 1986
488 379 Protocol Warner Bros. $26,186,631 1984
489 388 The Outsiders Warner Bros. $25,697,647 1983
490 410 Bronco Billy Warner Bros. $24,265,659 1980
491 413 Body Heat Warner Bros. $24,058,838 1981
492 416 House of Wax Warner Bros. $23,750,000 1953
493 421 The Road Warrior Warner Bros. $23,667,907 1982
494 427 Innerspace Warner Bros. $23,079,581 1987
495 455 Oh, God! You Devil! Warner Bros. $21,538,850 1984
496 465 The Right Stuff Warner Bros. $21,192,102 1983
497 466 Cujo Warner Bros. $21,156,152 1983
498 468 Night Shift Warner Bros. $21,095,638 1982
499 471 Creepshow Warner Bros. $21,028,755 1982
500 496 The Neverending Story Warner Bros. $20,158,808 1984

#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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