Cheaper by the Dozen

With his wife doing a book tour, a father of twelve must handle a new job and his unstable brood.

Domestic
MarketRelease DateOpeningGross
DomesticDec 25, 2003$27,557,647$138,614,544
Europe, Middle East, and Africa
MarketRelease DateOpeningGross
AustriaMar 26, 2004$596,648
BelgiumApr 7, 2004$368,494
BulgariaApr 2, 2004$17,118$69,114
Czech RepublicApr 29, 2004$3,956$13,497
EgyptMar 17, 2004$44,924
FinlandApr 2, 2004$105,974
FranceApr 14, 2004$1,711,208
GermanyMar 25, 2004$2,601,651
GreeceMar 19, 2004$72,950$72,950
HungaryMar 18, 2004$50,815
ItalyMar 19, 2004$386,117$737,941
NetherlandsApr 15, 2004$261,912
NorwayMar 19, 2004$71,395$214,426
PolandMar 12, 2004$38,519$107,695
Serbia and MontenegroApr 1, 2004$30,757
South AfricaApr 9, 2004$902,020
SpainFeb 20, 2004$5,595,927
SwedenApr 2, 2004$162,513
SwitzerlandApr 14, 2004$238,559
TurkeyMar 12, 2004$72,167$132,456
United Arab EmiratesApr 2, 2004$100,100$251,300
United KingdomFeb 13, 2004$3,430,523$12,950,898
Latin America
MarketRelease DateOpeningGross
ArgentinaFeb 5, 2004$221,798
ChileJan 29, 2004$346,582
MexicoJan 1, 2004$5,258,206
Asia Pacific
MarketRelease DateOpeningGross
AustraliaJan 8, 2004$6,661,344
New ZealandJan 22, 2004$425,015
Russia/CISMar 3, 2004$455,497$1,226,970
ThailandApr 8, 2004$63,800$257,108