Saturday, December 25, 1982 - Thursday, March 17, 1983 (12 Weeks)
Tootsie
Starring Dustin Hoffman and Jessica Lange
Directed by Sydney Pollack
A Columbia Picture
116 Minutes / Rated PG
Daily at: 10:15 AM, 12:30, 3:00, 5:30, 8:00, and 10:25 PM
Late Show Friday and Saturday at 12:30 AM
I attended a performance during this engagement - ED
Opened Nationally Friday, December 17, 1982 on 943 Screens Including:
General Cinema's Avco Cinema Center, Westwood
--
UA Movies, Bakerfield
Mann Brea Plaza, Brea
AMC Puente 6, Rowland Heights
Edwards Town Center 4, Costa Mesa
AMC Fashion Square Theatres, La Habra
Pacific's Lakewood Center Theatre, Lakewood
UA Cinema 4, Marina Del Rey
Edwards Mission Viejo Mall, Mission Viejo
SRO Montclair Theatre, Motntclair
Edwards Monterey Mall, Monterey Park
Edwards Newport Cinema, Newport Beach
Pacific's Northridge Cinemas, Northridge
SRO Carriage Square Cinema, Oxnard
SRO Hastings Theatre, Pasadena
General Cinema's South Bay Cinemas, Redondo Beach
AMC Central City Theatres, San Bernadino
Mann Sycamore 6, Simi Valley
Mann Studio Theatre, Studio City
UA Movies, Thousand Oaks
Mann 6, Valencia
UA Twin Cinemas, Westminster
General Cinema's Woodland Hills Cinemas, Woodland Hills
Movies, Lancaster
University Village 3, Los Angeles
Cinedome 21 Theatres, Orange
Stadium Drive-In Theatre, Orange
Plaza Theatre, Palm Springs
El Centro Theatre, Imperial Valley
Canyon Crest 5, Riverside
Granada Theatre, Santa Barbara
Movies 7, Victorville
Eastland Theatre, West Covina
 
Showtimes from Monday, January 3, 1983
Daily at: 12:30, 3:00, 5:30, 8:00, and 10:25 PM
Late Show Friday and Saturday at 12:30 AM

Reported Average Gross "Tootsie"
Week
Week Ending
Perfs.
Screens
Av. Gross
1
Thursday, December 30, 1982
(6 Days)
37
964
$14,958
2
Thursday, January 6, 1983
40
1,020
$15,625
3
Thursday, January 13, 1983
37
1,115
$13,622
4
Thursday, January 20, 1983
37
1,190
$10,911
5
Thursday, January 27, 1983
37
1,214
$9,490
6
Thursday, February 3, 1983
37
1,222
$7,839
7
Thursday, February 10, 1983
37
1,222
$6,465
8
Thursday, February 17, 1983
37
1,215
$5,636
9
Thursday, February 24, 1983
37
1,197
$7,525
10
Thursday, March 3, 1983
37
1,216
$5,471
11
Thursday, March 10, 1983
37
1,221
$4,627
12
Thursday, March 17, 1983
37
1,214
$4,302
Totals
86 Days
Daily Average: $1,238
--
--
12 Weeks
Average Performance: $238
447
$106,471
Source: Box Office Mojo
 
 
Friday, March 18, 1983 - Thursday, April 14, 1983 (4 Weeks)
High Road to China
Starring Tom Selleck and Bess Armstrong
Directed by Brian G. Hutton
A Warner Bros. Release in Technicolor and Technovision
105 Minutes / Rated PG
Daily at: 11:30 AM, 1:45, 4:00, 6:15, 8:30, and 10:45 PM
Late Show Friday and Saturday at 12:45 AM
Opened Nationally on 1,508 Screens Including:
 
Mann Village Theatre, Westwood
--
UA Movies, Brea
Pacific's Winnetka Drive-In, Chatsworth
Edwards South Coast Plaza Theatres, Costa Mesa
Pacific's Studio Drive-In Theatre, Culver City
Pacific's Big Sky Drive-In Theatre, Duarte
Edwards Saddleback Cinema 6, Lake Forest
Pacific's Starlite Drive-In Theatre, El Monte
Pacific's Fountain Valley Drive-In Theatre, Fountain Valley
Pacific's Vermont Drive-In Theatre, Gardenia
UA Capitol Theatre, Glendale
Pacific's La Habra Drive-In Theatre, La Habra
Pacific's Lakewood Center Theatre, Lakewood
Pacific's La Mirada Theatre, La Mirada
Pacific's Los Altos Drive-In Theatre, Long Beach
UA Movies, Long Beach
Edwards Viejo Twin, Mission Viejo
Edwards Monterey Mall, Monterey Park
Pacific's 1,000 Oaks Drive-In Theatre, Newbury Park
Edwards Newport Cinema, Newport Beach
UA Movies, North Hollywood
Pacific's Orange Drive-In Theatre, Orange
Pacific's Rosecrans Drive-In Theatre, Paramount
Mann Academy Theatre, Pasadena
AMC Plaza 10, Rowland Heights
Mann La Reina Theatre, Sherman Oaks
Mann 6, Simi Valley
Mann Valley West, Tarzana
Edwards Temple Theatre, Temple City
Mann Conejo Twin, Thousand Oaks
Mann Old Towne 6, Torrance
United Artists Theatre, Torrance
Mann 4, Upland
Mann 6, Valencia
Pacific's Van Nuys Drive-In Theatre, Van Nuys
Edwards Cinema West, Westminster
Cinedome 21 Theatres, Orange
Plaza Theatre, Palm Springs
Fairview Theatre, Goleta
Granada Theatre, Santa Barbara
Westcove Cinema, West Covina
 
Reported Average Gross "High Road to China"
Week
Week Ending
Perfs.
Screens
Av. Gross
1
Thursday, March 24, 1983
44
1,508
$5,466
2
Thursday, March 31, 1983
44
1,504
$3,645
3
Thursday, April 7, 1983
44
1,421
$3,375
4
Thursday, April 14, 1983
44
1,162
$2,361
Totals
28 Days
Daily Average: $530
--
--
4 Weeks
Average Performance: $84
176
$14,847
Source: Box Office Mojo
 
 
Friday, April 15, 1983 - Thursday, May 12, 1983 (4 Weeks)
Flashdance
Starring Jennifer Beals and Michael Nouri
Directed by Adrian Lyne
A Paramount Picture in Dolby Stereo
95 Minutes / Rated R
Daily at: 12:30, 2:30, 4:30, 6:30, 8:30, and 10:35 PM
Late Show Friday and Saturday at 12:15 AM
Opened Nationally on 1,140 Screens Including:
 
Mann Village Theatre, Westwood
--
Edwards Alhambra Twin, Alhambra
AMC Stockdale, Bakersfield
Mann Brea Plaza, Brea
AMC Puente Hills 10, Rowland Heights
Edwards South Coast Plaza Theatres, Costa Mesa
Edwards Harbor Twin Theatres, Costa Mesa
Mann Fox Covina Theatre, Covina
Pacific's Fountain Valley Drive-In Theatre, Fountain Valley
Mann Glendale Theatre, Glendale
Edwards Woodbridge 5 Theatres, Irvine
Pacific's La Mirada Theatre, La Mirada
Edwards South Coast Theatre, Laguna Beach
Pacific's Lakewood Center Theatre, Lakewood
UA Movies, Long Beach
Edwards Viejo Twin, Mission Viejo
SRO Montclair Theatre, Motntclair
UA Movies, North Hollywood
Mann 8, Oceanside
Pacific's Americana Theatres, Panorama City
Mann Academy Theatre, Pasadena
General Cinema's South Bay Cinemas, Redondo Beach
AMC Rosemead 4 Cinemas, Rosemead
Mann Fremont Theatre, San Luis Obispo
's Sherman Oaks Galleria, Sherman Oaks
Mann Conejo Twin, Thousand Oaks
Mann 6, Valencia
Mann Ventura Twin, Ventura
UA Twin Cinemas, Westminster
Pacific's Topanga Theatres, Woodland Hills
Mann Crest Drive-In Theatre, Bakersfield
Pacific's Winnetka Drive-In, Chatsworth
Pacific's Studio Drive-In Theatre, Culver City
Pacific's Starlite Drive-In Theatre, El Monte
Pacific's Fountain Valley Drive-In Theatre, Fountain Valley
Pacific's Vermont Drive-In Theatre, Gardenia
Pacific's La Habra Drive-In Theatre, La Habra
Pacific's Los Altos Drive-In Theatre, Long Beach
Pacific's Rosecrans Drive-In Theatre, Paramount
Pacific's Foothil Drive-In Theatre, Rialto
Pacific's 101 Drive-in Theatre, Ventura
Barstow Theatre, Barstow
Holiday Theatre, Hemet
Fox California Theatre, Huntington Park
Movies, Lancaster
Peppertree Cinemas, Northridge
City Center Theatres, Orange
Camelot Theatre, Palm Springs
El Centro Theatre, Imperial Valley
Canyon Crest 5, Riverside
Highland Twin, San Bernardino
Fiesta Theatre, Santa Barbara
Movies 7, Victorville
Mt. Baldy Drive-In Theatre, La Verne
Crest Drive-In Theatre, Norco
Valley Drive-In Theatre, Oceanside
Stadium Drive-In Theatre, Orange
Sunaire Drive-In Theatre, Palm Springs
Simi Valley Drive-In Theatre, Simi Valley
Airport Drive-In Theatre, Goleta
 
Reported Average Gross "Flashdance"
Week
Week Ending
Perfs.
Screens
Av. Gross
1
Thursday, April 21, 1983
44
1,140
$4,959
2
Thursday, April 28, 1983
44
1,140
$4,916
3
Thursday, May 5, 1983
44
1,140
$4,984
4
Thursday, May 12, 1983
44
1,085
$4,502
Totals
28 Days
Daily Average: $691
--
--
4 Weeks
Average Performance: $110
176
$19,361
Source: Box Office Mojo
 
 
Friday, May 13, 1983 - Thursday, June 16, 1983 (5 Weeks)
Blue Thunder
Starring Roy Scheider and Warren Oates
Directed by John Badham
A Columbia Pictures Release in Panavision, Technicolor and Dolby Stereo
109 Minutes / Rated R
Daily at: 12:15, 2:45, 5:15, 8:00, and 10:30 PM
Late Show Friday and Saturday at 12:40 AM
Presented in 70mm, 6 Track Dolby Stereo
Opened Nationally on 1,539 Screens Including:
 
General Cinema's Avco Cinema Center, Westwood
--
Edwards South Coast Plaza Theatres, Costa Mesa
Edwards Newport Cinema, Newport Beach
SRO Hastings Theatre, Pasadena
--
AMC Stockdale, Bakersfield
UA Movies, Brea
UA Cerritos Twin Cinemas, Cerritos
AMC Plaza 10, City of Industry
Pacific's Starlite Drive-In Theatre, El Monte
Edwards Saddleback Cinema 6, El Toro
Edwards Fountain Valley, Fountain Valley
Pacific's Vermont Drive-In Theatre, Gardenia
Pacific's Baseline Drive-In Theatre, Highland
AMC Fashion Square Theatres, La Habra
Pacific's La Habra Drive-In Theatre, La Habra
Pacific's Circle Drive-In Theatre, Long Beach
UA Movies, Long Beach
UA Cinema 4, Marina Del Rey
Edwards Mission Viejo Mall, Mission Viejo
General Cinema's Montclair Plaza Cinemas, Montclair
Edwards Monterey Mall, Monterey Park
Pacific's 1,000 Oaks Drive-In Theatre, Newbury Park
UA Movies, North Hollywood
Pacific's Northridge Cinemas, Northridge
SRO Carriage Square Cinema, Oxnard
Pacific's Paramount Drive-In Theatre, Paramount
General Cinema's South Bay Cinemas, Redondo Beach
UA Movies, Riverside
Inland Cinema, San Bernadino
General Cinema's Sherman Oaks 1 & 2, Sherman Oaks
Mann Sycamore 6, Simi Valley
UA Movies, Thousand Oaks
Mann 6, Valencia
Pacific's Sepulveda Drive-In Theatre, Van Nuys
Pacific's 101 Drive-in Theatre, Ventura
Edwards Cinema West, Westminster
General Cinema's Woodland Hills Cinemas, Woodland Hills
Van Buren Drive-In Theatre, Arlington
De Anza Drive-In Theatre, Bakersfield
Baldwin Complex, Baldwin Hills
Holiday Theatre, Hemet
California Theatre, Huntington Park
Stadium Drive-In Theatre, Orange
Plaza Theatre, Palm Springs
Movies, Lancaster
Mission Drive-In Theatre, Pomona
Madonna Plaza Theatre, San Luis Obispo
Granada Theatre, Santa Barbara
Santa Maria Theatre, Santa Maria
Movies 7, Victorville
Eastland Theatre, West Covina
Valley Cinema, Yucca Valley
 
Wednesday, May 18, 1983:

Grauman's Chinese Theatre 56th Birthday Today
 
 
50th Anniversary Showing, Thursday, May 26, 1983 at 8:00 PM:

KING KONG
Played the Chinese on its orginal release in March, 1933
Starring Fay Wray and Robert Armstrong
Directed by Merian C. Cooper and Ernest B. Schoedsack
An R-K-O Radio Picture
100 Minutes
--
In Person: Fay Wray

Reported Average Gross "Blue Thunder"
Week
Week Ending
Perfs.
Screens
Av. Gross
1
Thursday, May 19, 1983
37
1,539
$7,359
2
Thursday, May 26, 1983
35
1,539
$5,444
3
Thursday, June 2, 1983
37
1,555
$4,829
4
Thursday, June 9, 1983
37
1,416
$3,045
5
Thursday, June 16, 1983
37
1,205
$2,381
Totals
35 Days
Daily Average: $659
--
--
5 Weeks
Average Performance: $129
183
$23,058
Source: Box Office Mojo

 
Friday, June 17, 1983 - Thursday, July 14, 1983 (4 Weeks)
Superman III
Starring Christopher Reeve and Richard Pryor
Directed by Richard Lester
A Warner Bros. Release in Panavision, Technicolor and Dolby Stereo
125 Minutes / Rated PG
Daily at: 11:45 AM, 2:30, 5:15, 8:00, and 10:25 PM
Late Show Friday and Saturday at 1:00 AM
Presented in 70mm, 6 Track Dolby Stereo
Opened Nationally on 1,759 Screens Including:
Mann Village Theatre, Westwood
--
Mann Brea Plaza, Brea
Pacific's Winnetka Drive-In, Chatsworth
Pacific's Commerce Theatre, City of Commerce
Edwards South Coast Plaza Theatres, Costa Mesa
Mann Fox Covina Theatre, Covina
Pacific's Big Sky Drive-In Theatre, Duarte
Edwards Saddleback Cinema 6, El Toro
Pacific's Starlite Drive-In Theatre, El Monte
Pacific's Fountain Valley Drive-In Theatre, Fountain Valley
Pacific's Vermont Drive-In Theatre, Gardenia
UA Capitol Theatre, Glendale
Pacific's La Habra Drive-In Theatre, La Habra
Pacific's Lakewood Center Theatre, Lakewood
Pacific's La Mirada Theatre, La Mirada
Pacific's Los Altos Drive-In Theatre, Long Beach
UA Movies, Long Beach
Edwards Mission Viejo Mall, Mission Viejo
Pacific's 1,000 Oaks Drive-In Theatre, Newbury Park
Edwards Newport Cinema, Newport Beach
UA Movies, North Hollywood
Pacific's Northridge Cinemas, Northridge
Pacific's Orange Drive-In Theatre, Orange
Pacific's Rosecrans Drive-In Theatre, Paramount
Mann Pasadena 3, Pasadena
AMC Plaza 10, Puente Hills
UA Movies, Riverside
Pacific's Sherman Oaks Galleria, Sherman Oaks
Mann 6, Simi Valley
Mann Conejo Twin, Thousand Oaks
Mann Old Towne 6, Torrance
United Artists Theatre, Torrance
Mann 4, Upland
Mann 6, Valencia
Pacific's Sepulveda Drive-In Theatre, Van Nuys
Pacific's 101 Drive-in Theatre, Ventura
Pacific's Centinela Drive-In Theatre, Westchester
Edwards Cinema West, Westminster
UA Warner Center, Woodland Hills
Theatre, Huntington Park
City Center Theatres, Orange
Plaza Theatre, Palm Springs
Airport Drive-In Theatre, Santa Barbara
Granada Theatre, Santa Barbara
Wednesday, June 29, 1983
Sylvester Stallone (36) Forecourt Ceremonies
  Premiere, Monday, July 11, 1983:

STAYING ALIVE
Starring John Travolta and Cynthia Rhodes
Directed by Sylvester Stallone
A Paramount Picture in Dolby Stereo
113 Minutes / Rated PG

Reported Average Gross "Superman III"
Week
Week Ending
Perfs.
Screens
Av. Gross
1
Thursday, June 23, 1983
37
1,759
$11,668
2
Thursday, June 30, 1983
37
1,752
$7,784
3
Thursday, July 7, 1983
37
1,763
$5,412
4
Thursday, July 14, 1983
(6 Days)
32
1,612
$3,710
Totals
27 Days
Daily Average: $1,058
--
--
4 Weeks
Average Performance: $200
143
$28,574
Source: Box Office Mojo
 
 
Friday, July 15, 1983 - Thursday, October 6, 1983 (12 Weeks)
Staying Alive
Starring John Travolta and Cynthia Rhodes
Directed by Sylvester Stallone
A Paramount Picture in Dolby Stereo
113 Minutes / Rated PG
Daily at: 11:30 AM, 1:30, 3:45, 5:45, 8:00, and 10:15 PM
Late Show Friday and Saturday at 12:30 AM
Presented in 70mm, 6 Track Dolby Stereo
Showtimes from Tuesday, September 6, 1983
Daily at: 1:30, 3:45, 5:45, 8:00, and 10:15 PM
Opened Nationally on 1,660 Screens Including:
Mann Village Theatre, Westwood
--
Edwards Alhambra Twin, Alhambra
UA Movies, Bakersfield
Mann Brea Plaza, Brea
Pacific's Commerce Theatre, City of Commerce
AMC Plaza 10, City of Industry
Edwards Town Center 4, Costa Mesa
Mann Fox Covina Theatre, Covina
Edwards Saddleback Cinema 6, El Toro
Mann Alex Theatre, Glendale
Edwards Huntington Twin, Huntington Beach
Pacific's Lakewood Center Theatre, Lakewood
Pacific's La Mirada Theatre, La Mirada
UA Movies, Long Beach
Edwards Mission Viejo Mall, Mission Viejo
General Cinema's Montclair Plaza Cinemas, Montclair
Edwards Newport Cinema, Newport Beach
Pacific's Northridge Cinemas, Northridge
Mann 8, Oceanside
Pacific's Americana Theatres, Panorama City
Mann Academy Theatre, Pasadena
General Cinema's South Bay Cinemas, Redondo Beach
UA Movies, Santa Maria
Mann Studio Theatre, Studio City
Mann Valley West, Tarzana
Edwards Temple Theatre, Temple City
Mann Conejo Twin, Thousand Oaks
Mann 6, Valencia
Mann Ventura Twin, Ventura
Edwards Cinema West, Westminster
Pacific's Winnetka Drive-In, Chatsworth
Pacific's Big Sky Drive-In Theatre, Duarte
Pacific's Fountain Valley Drive-In Theatre, Fountain Valley
Vineland Drive-In Theatre, City of Industry
Baseline Drive-In Theatre, Highland
Pacific's La Habra Drive-In Theatre, La Habra
Pacific's Los Altos Drive-In Theatre, Long Beach
Pacific's Centinela Drive-In Theatre, Westchester
Pacific's 1,000 Oaks Drive-In Theatre, Newbury Park
Pacific's Orange Drive-In Theatre, Orange
Pacific's Rosecrans Drive-In Theatre, Paramount
Pacific's Torrance Drive-In Theatre, Torrance
Pacific's Sepulveda Drive-In Theatre, Van Nuys
Pacific's 101 Drive-in Theatre, Ventura
Fox Theatre, Banning
Barstow Theatre, Barstow
Vineland Twin, Escondido
Holiday Theatre, Hemet
California Theatre, Huntington Park
Movies, Lancaster
Cinedome 21 Theatres, Orange
Plaza Theatre, Palm Springs
Edwards Viejo Twin, Mission Viejo
Canyon Crest 5, Riverside
Cinema, Santa Barbara
Winchester Theatre, Temecula
Movies 7, Victorville
Valley Cinema, Yucca Valley
De Anza Drive-In Theatre, Bakersfield
Mt. Baldy Drive-In Theatre, La Verne
Crest Drive-In Theatre, Norco
Valley Drive-In Theatre, Oceanside
Palm Springs Drive-In Theatre, Palm Springs
Simi Valley Drive-In Theatre, Simi Valley
Smith Ranch Drive-In Theatre, Twentynine Palms
 
Reported Average Gross "Staying Alive"
Week
Week Ending
Perfs.
Screens
Av. Gross
1
Thursday, July 21, 1983
44
1,660
$11,658
2
Thursday, July 28, 1983
44
1,747
$7,991
3
Thursday, August 4, 1983
44
1,630
$5,093
4
Thursday, August 11, 1983
44
1,380
$4,303
5
Thursday, August 18, 1983
44
998
$4,073
6
Thursday, August 25, 1983
44
818
$3,543
7
Thursday, September 1, 1983
44
761
$2,637
8
Thursday, September 8, 1983
44
755
$2,806
9
Thursday, September 15, 1983
44
700
$1,957
10
Thursday, September 22, 1983
44
700
$1,823
11
Thursday, September 29, 1983
44
581
$1,645
12
Thursday, October 6, 1983
(Estimate 28% Drop)
44
N/A
$1,184
(est.)
Totals
84 Days
Daily Average: $580
--
--
12 Weeks
Average Performance: $92
528
$48,713
Source: Box Office Mojo
 
 
Friday, October 7, 1983 - Thursday, October 20, 1983 (2 Weeks)
Never Say Never Again
Starring Sean Connery and Klaus Maria Brandauer
Directed by Irvin Kershner
A Warner Bros. Release in Dolby Stereo
134 Minutes / Rated PG
Daily at: 11:30 AM, 2:15, 4:45, 7:45, and 10:30 PM
Late Show Friday and Saturday at 1:00 AM
Presented in 70mm, 6 Track Dolby Stereo
I attended a performance during this engagement - ED
Opened Nationally on 1,550 Screens Including:
 
Mann Village Theatre, Westwood
--
Mann Brea Plaza, Brea
UA Cerritos Twin Cinemas, Cerritos
Pacific's Winnetka Drive-In, Chatsworth
Pacific's Vineland Drive-In Theatre, City of Industry
Edwards Harbor Twin Theatres, Costa Mesa
Edwards Town Center 4, Costa Mesa
Pacific's Studio Drive-In Theatre, Culver City
Edwards Saddleback Cinema 6, El Toro
Pacific's Vermont Drive-In Theatre, Gardenia
UA Capitol Theatre, Glendale
Edwards Huntington Twin, Huntington Beach
Edwards Woodbridge 5 Theatres, Irvine
AMC Fashion Square Theatres, La Habra
Pacific's Los Altos Drive-In Theatre, Long Beach
UA Movies, Long Beach
Edwards Viejo Twin, Mission Viejo
Edwards Monterey Mall, Monterey Park
Pacific's 1,000 Oaks Drive-In Theatre, Newbury Park
Pacific's Northridge Cinemas, Northridge
Pacific's Orange Drive-In Theatre, Orange
Pacific's Rosecrans Drive-In Theatre, Paramount
Mann Pasadena 3, Pasadena
Pacific's Fiesta Drive-In Theatre, Pico Rivera

AMC Plaza 10, Puente Hills
UA Movies, Riverside
San Gabriel Drive-In Theatre, San Gabriel
Pacific's Santa Fe Springs Theatres, Santa Fe Springs
Mann Studio Theatre, Studio City
Mann Valley West, Tarzana
Edwards Temple Theatre, Temple City
UA Movies, Thousand Oaks
Mann Old Towne 6, Torrance
United Artists Theatre, Torrance
Mann 4, Upland
Mann 6, Valencia
Pacific's Van Nuys Drive-In Theatre, Van Nuys
Pacific's 101 Drive-in Theatre, Ventura
Highway 39 Drive-In Theatre, Westminster
UA Twin Cinemas, Westminster
General Cinema's Woodland Hills Cinemas, Woodland Hills
Showcase Cinema I & II, Downey
Cinedome 21 Theatres, Orange
Camelot Theatre, Palm Springs
Fairview Theatres, Santa Barbara
Fiesta Theatre, Santa Barbara
Eastland Theatre, West Covina
 
Reported Average Gross "Never Say Never Again"
Week
Week Ending
Perfs.
Screens
Av. Gross
1
Thursday, October 13, 1983
37
1,550
$8,508
2
Thursday, October 20, 1983
37
1,560
$6,116
Totals
14 Days
Daily Average: $1,045
--
--
2 Weeks
Average Performance: $198
74
$14,624
Source: Box Office Mojo
 
 
Friday, October 21, 1983 - Thursday, November 22, 1983 (5 Weeks)
The Right Stuff
Starring Charles Frank and Scott Glen
Directed by Philip Kaufman
A Ladd Company Release through Warner Bros.
193 Minutes / Rated PG
Daily at: 12:15, 4:00, 8:00 PM
Presented in 70mm, 6 Track Dolby Stereo

Opened Nationally on 229 Screens Including:
Plitt Century Plaza Theatres, Century City
--
UA Movies, Brea
Pacific's Winnetka Drive-In, Chatsworth
Pacific's Lakewood Center Theatre, Lakewood
Mann 6, Manhattan Beach
UA Cinema 4, Marina Del Rey
Edwards Viejo Twin, Mission Viejo
UA Movies, Montclair
SRO Hastings Theatre, Pasadena
UA Movies, Riverside
Pacific's Sherman Oaks Galleria, Sherman Oaks
UA Movies, Thousand Oaks
UA Del Amo 6, Torrance
Edwards Cinema West, Westminster
UA Warner Center, Woodland Hills
Cinedome 21 Theatres, Orange
Camelot Theatre, Palm Springs
Cinema, Santa Barbara
Eastland Theatre, West Covina

Reported Average Gross "The Right Stuff"
Week
Week Ending
Perfs.
Screens
Av. Gross
1
Thursday, October 27, 1983
21
229
$9,642
2
Thursday, November 3, 1983
21
229
$9,060
3
Thursday, November 10, 1983
21
229
$8,368
4
Thursday, November 17, 1983
21
229
$7,280
5
Tuesday, November 22, 1983
(5 Days)
15
229
$6,276
Totals
33 Days
Daily Average: $1,231
--
--
5 Weeks
Average Performance: $410
99
$40,626
Source: Box Office Mojo
 
 
Wednesday, November 23, 1983 - Thursday, February 16, 1984 (12 Weeks)
Terms of Endearment
Starring Debra Winger and Shirley MacLaine
Directed by James L. Brooks
A Paramount Picture
132 Minutes / Rated PG
Awarded "Best Picture" by AMPAS, Monday, April 9, 1984, Dorothy Chandler Pavillion
Daily at: 12:00, 2:45, 5:15, 8:00, and 10:30 PM
Late Show Friday and Saturday at 1:00 AM
I attended a performance during this engagement - ED

Opened Nationally on 260 Screens Including:

Mann Bruin Theatre, Westwood
--
Mann Brea Plaza, Brea
AMC Plaza 10, City of Industy
Mann Fox Covina Theatre, Covina
Mann Alex Theatre, Glendale
Edwards Huntington Twin, Huntington Beach
Pacific's Lakewood Center Theatre, Lakewood
Pacific's La Mirada Theatre, La Mirada
UA Movies, Long Beach
Mann 6, Manhattan Beach
Edwards Viejo Twin, Mission Viejo
Edwards Newport Cinema, Newport Beach
Pacific's Northridge Cinemas, Northridge
Mann 8, Oceanside
Mann Academy Theatre, Pasadena
AMC Central City Theatres, San Bernadino
Mann La Reina Theatre, Sherman Oaks
Mann Valley West, Tarzana
Edwards Temple Theatre, Temple City
Mann Old Towne 6, Torrance
Mann 4, Upland
Mann Ventura Twin, Ventura
Pacific's Winnetka Drive-In, Chatsworth
Vineyard Twin, Escondido
Cinedome 21 Theatres, Orange
Town Center Cinema 7, Palm Desert
Plaza Theatre, Palm Springs
El Centro Theatre, Imperial Valley
Canyon Crest 5, Riverside
Granada Theatre, Santa Barbara
 
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