Domestic Box Office For Holiday Season 1985

Holiday Season 1985 is November 1-January 2, 1986.

RankRelease GrossTheatersTotal GrossRelease DateDistributor
1Rocky IV$94,451,8812,254$127,873,716Nov 27United Artists
2Spies Like Us$38,789,9811,700$60,088,980Dec 6Warner Bros.
3The Jewel of the Nile$33,896,8681,490$75,973,200Dec 13Twentieth Century Fox
4White Nights$26,033,0831,064$42,160,849Nov 22Columbia Pictures
5Santa Claus: The Movie$23,302,6331,585$23,717,291Nov 27TriStar Pictures
6Jagged Edge$21,163,0951,139$40,491,165Oct 4Columbia Pictures
7Back to the Future$20,909,6601,550$210,609,762Jul 3Universal Pictures
8Out of Africa$20,324,9011,102$87,071,205Dec 20Universal Pictures
9To Live and Die in L.A.$17,307,0191,135$17,307,019Nov 1Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM)
10Death Wish 3$16,116,8781,460$16,116,878Nov 1Cannon Film Distributors
11King Solomon's Mines$15,057,4651,122$15,057,465Nov 22Cannon Film Distributors
12One Magic Christmas$13,677,222827$13,677,222Nov 22Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures
13Young Sherlock Holmes$13,311,2361,502$19,739,575Dec 6Paramount Pictures
14One Hundred and One Dalmatians
1985 Re-release
$12,743,8161,185$33,049,729Dec 20Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures
15The Color Purple$10,478,8591,109$94,175,854Dec 20Warner Bros.
16Once Bitten$9,713,6051,095$10,000,000Nov 15The Samuel Goldwyn Company
17Clue$9,491,3821,022$14,643,997Dec 13Paramount Pictures
18Target$9,023,1991,085$9,023,199Nov 8Warner Bros.
19That Was Then... This Is Now$8,630,068800$8,630,068Nov 8Paramount Pictures
20Commando$7,816,5701,504$35,100,000Oct 4Twentieth Century Fox
21A Chorus Line$7,807,982680$14,202,899Dec 13Columbia Pictures
22The Trip to Bountiful$7,491,9031$7,491,903Dec 20Island Pictures
23Krush Groove$7,466,845519$11,052,713Oct 25Warner Bros.
24A Nightmare on Elm Street 2: Freddy's Revenge$7,267,189614$29,999,213Nov 1New Line Cinema
25Transylvania 6-5000$7,196,872701$7,196,872Nov 8New World Pictures
26Enemy Mine$6,725,788713$12,303,411Dec 20Twentieth Century Fox
27Agnes of God$6,205,268646$25,627,836Sep 13Columbia Pictures
28The Journey of Natty Gann$5,276,781362$9,708,373Sep 27Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures
29Rainbow Brite and the Star Stealer$4,889,9711,090$4,889,971Nov 15Warner Bros.
30Remo Williams: The Adventure Begins$4,760,5311,175$14,393,902Oct 11Orion Pictures
31Better Off Dead...$3,395,752650$10,297,601Aug 23Warner Bros.
32Starchaser: The Legend of Orin$3,192,9921,020$3,360,800Nov 22Atlantic Releasing Corporation
33After Hours$3,063,842503$10,609,321Sep 13Warner Bros.
34Sweet Dreams$2,762,307778$9,085,049Oct 4TriStar Pictures
35Bad Medicine$2,685,453731$2,685,453Nov 22Twentieth Century Fox
36Silver Bullet$2,410,8431,285$12,361,866Oct 11Paramount Pictures
37Bring on the Night$1,890,571409$1,890,571Nov 8The Samuel Goldwyn Company
38Plenty$1,570,599228$6,148,000Sep 19Twentieth Century Fox
39Re-Animator$471,033185$2,023,414Oct 18Empire Pictures
40Subway$390,6595$390,659Nov 6Island Alive
41Eleni$305,1024$305,102Nov 1Warner Bros.
42Revolution$133,25630$358,574Dec 25Warner Bros.
43Murphy's Romance$121,7691,046$30,867,525Dec 27Columbia Pictures
44Brazil$86,918173$9,929,135Dec 18Universal Pictures
45Fool for Love$81,09557$836,156Dec 6Cannon Film Distributors
46The Official Story$29,4261$29,426Nov 8-
47Trouble in Mind$19,6321$19,632Dec 11Alive Films
48Smooth Talk$16,7852$16,785Nov 15-