Spirit: Stallion of the Cimarron

A wild stallion is captured by humans and slowly loses the will to resist training, yet, throughout his struggles for freedom, the stallion refuses to let go of the hope of one day returning home to his herd.

Domestic
MarketRelease DateOpeningGross
DomesticMay 24, 2002$17,770,036$73,280,117
Europe, Middle East, and Africa
MarketRelease DateOpeningGross
AustriaJun 28, 2002$914,504
FinlandAug 23, 2002$413,272
FranceOct 9, 2002$5,918,538
GermanyJun 20, 2002$6,517,616
GreeceOct 3, 2002$383,400
HungaryJul 4, 2002$180,924
ItalyDec 20, 2002$4,612,988
NetherlandsJul 11, 2002$437,886
NorwayAug 25, 2002$125,912$708,152
PolandOct 18, 2002$114,563$672,253
South AfricaJul 5, 2002$349,850
SpainJul 19, 2002$2,048,275
TurkeyAug 23, 2002$23,835$73,515
United KingdomJul 5, 2002$1,104,890$3,601,969
Latin America
MarketRelease DateOpeningGross
ArgentinaJul 19, 2002$306,620
BrazilJul 5, 2002$1,040,938
ChileJul 11, 2002$441,698
MexicoJul 19, 2002$4,928,374
Asia Pacific
MarketRelease DateOpeningGross
AustraliaJun 27, 2002$2,395,158
Hong KongAug 8, 2002$276,739
JapanApr 19, 2003$264,633$264,633
New ZealandJun 27, 2002$296,260
South KoreaJul 4, 2002$1,351,024
TaiwanJul 5, 2002$84,537$250,831