Friday, December 20, 1985 - Thursday, February 27, 1986 (10 Weeks)
The Color Purple
Starring Danny Glover and Adolphe Caesar
Directed by Steven Spielberg
A Warner Bros. Picture in Dolby Stereo
154 Minutes / Rated PG-13
Daily at: 12:30, 4:00, 7:30, and 10:30 PM
Presented in Dolby Stereo / THX

I attended a performance during this engagement — ED
Opened Nationally on 192 Screens Including:
 
Mann Plaza Theatre, Westwood
--
Edwards South Coast Plaza Theatres, Costa Mesa
Pacific's Lakewood Center Theatre, Lakewood
Pacific's Montclair Theatre, Motntclair
Pacific's Hastings Theatre, Pasadena
General Cinema's South Bay Cinemas, Redondo Beach
AMC Commercenter, San Bernardino
Pacific's Sherman Oaks Galleria, Sherman Oaks
Baldwin Complex, Baldwin Hills
Cinedome 21 Theatres, Orange
Town Center Cinema 7, Palm Desert
Riviera Theatre, Santa Barbara
--
Opened Wide Friday, February 7, 1986 on 1,109 Screens Including Screens Listed Above and:
Edwards Alhambra Place, Alhambra
AMC Stockdale, Bakersfield
Mann Brea Plaza, Brea
UA Movies 8, Buena Park
Pacific's Winnetka Drive-In, Chatsworth
Mann Fox Covina Theatre, Covina
Eagle Rock Plaza Theatres, Eagle Rock
Edwards El Toro Cinemas, El Toro
Pacific's Vermont Drive-In Theatre, Gardenia
Edwards Cinema Center, Huntington Beach Pacific's La Mirada Theatre, La Mirada
Edwards South Coast Theatre, Laguna Beach
UA Movies 6, Long Beach Marina
SoCal University Village 3, Los Angeles
UA Cinema 4, Marina Del Rey
Pacific's Northridge Cinemas, Northridge
Pacific's Rosecrans Drive-In Theatre, Paramount
AMC Plaza 10, Puente Hills
Mann Wilshire Theatre, Santa Monica
Edwards Village Center, Stanton
Mann Valley West, Tarzana
UA Movies, Thousand Oaks
Pacific's Highway 39 Drive-In Theatre, Westminster
Pacific's Topanga Theatres, Woodland Hills
 
World Premiere, Wednesday, January 29, 1986:

PRETTY IN PINK
Starring Molly Ringwald and Harry Dean Stanton
Directed by Howard Deutch
A Paramount Picture in Dolby Stereo
96 Minutes / Rated PG-13
 
Tuesday, February 18, 1986
Mickey Rooney (65) Forecourt Ceremonies
 
Reported Average Gross "The Color Purple"
Week
Week Ending
Perfs.
Screens
Av. Gross
1
Thursday, December 26, 1985
28
192
$20,551
2
Thursday, January 2, 1986
28
202
$32,342
3
Thursday, January 9, 1986
28
209
$24,905
4
Thursday, January 16, 1986
28
209
$22,590
5
Thursday, January 23, 1986
28
561
$15,179
6
Thursday, January 30, 1986
(6 Days)
24
561
$9,728
7
Thursday, February 6, 1986
28
561
$9,938
8
Thursday, February 13, 1986
28
1,109
$6,674
9
Thursday, February 20, 1986
28
1,109
$6,747
10
Thursday, February 27, 1986
28
1,109
$4,855
Totals
69 Days
Daily Average: $2,225
--
--
10 Weeks
Average Performance: $556
276
$153,509
Source: Box Office Mojo
 
 
Friday, February 28, 1986 - Thursday, March 20, 1986 (3 Weeks)
Pretty in Pink
Starring Molly Ringwald and Harry Dean Stanton
Directed by Howard Deutch
A Paramount Picture in Dolby Stereo
96 Minutes / Rated PG-13
Daily at: 12:45, 3:00, 5:45, 8:00, and 10:30 PM
Late Show Friday and Saturday at 12:30 AM
Presented in Dolby Stereo / THX
Opened Nationally on 827 Screens Including:
 
Mann National Theatre, Westwood
--
Edwards Alhambra Place
, Alhambra
UA Movies, Bakersfield
Mann Brea Plaza, Brea
UA Movies 8, Buena Park
AMC Puente Hills 10, City of Industry
Edwards South Coast Plaza Theatres, Costa Mesa
UA Movies, Escondido
Pacific's Regency Cinemas, Glendale
Edwards/SoCal Laguna Hills Mall, Laguna Hills
Pacific's Lakewood Center Theatre, Lakewood
Pacific's La Mirada Theatre, La Mirada
UA Movies 6, Long Beach Marina
Mann 6, Manhattan Beach
UA Cinema 4, Marina Del Rey
Edwards Mission Viejo Mall, Mission Viejo
Pacific's Montclair Theatre, Motntclair
Edwards Newport Cinema, Newport Beach
UA Movies, North Hollywood
Pacific's Northridge Cinemas, Northridge
Mann 8, Oceanside
Pacific's Carriage Square Cinema, Oxnard
Mann Pasadena 3, Pasadena
Mann 6, Rancho San Bernardo
Canyon Crest 5, Riverside
UA Park Sierra 6, Riverside
AMC Commercenter, San Bernardino
UA Movies, Santa Maria
General Cinema's Sherman Oaks 1 & 2, Sherman Oaks
Mann Sycamore 6, Simi Valley
Edwards Village Center, Stanton
Mann Valley West, Tarzana
Edwards Temple Theatre, Temple City
Mann Conejo Twin, Thousand Oaks
Mann Old Towne 6, Torrance
Mann 10, Valencia
SoCal's Eastland Theatre, West Covina
UA Twin Cinemas, Westminster
Pacific's Topanga Theatres, Woodland Hills
Pacific's Winnetka Drive-In, Chatsworth
Pacific's Torrance Drive-In Theatre, Torrance
Pacific's 101 Drive-in Theatre, Ventura
Pacific's Highway 39 Drive-In Theatre, Westminster
Festival Cinemas, Arroyo Grande
Holiday Theatre, Hemet
Movies, Lancaster
Cinedome 21 Theatres, Orange
Town Center Cinema 7, Palm Desert
Penninsula Cinema, Palos Verdes
Granada Theatre, Santa Barbara
Movies 7, Victorville
Stadium Drive-In Theatre, Orange
 
Premiere, Friday, March 7, 1986:

CROSSROADS
Starring Ralph Macchio and Joe Seneca
Directed by Walter Hill
A Columbia Picture in Dolby Stereo
99 Minutes / Rated R

Reported Average Gross "Pretty in Pink"
Week
Week Ending
Perfs.
Screens
Av. Gross
1
Thursday, March 6, 1986
37
827
$9,064
2
Thursday, March 13, 1986
(6 Days)
32
987
$6,381
3
Thursday, March 20, 1986
37
1,117
$4,662
Totals
20 Days
Daily Average: $1,005
--
--
3 Weeks
Average Performance: $190
106
$20,107
Source: Box Office Mojo
 
 
Friday, March 21, 1986 - Thursday, April 17, 1986 (4 Weeks)
Police Academy 3: Back in Training
Starring Steve Guttenberg and Bubba Smith
Directed by Jerry Paris
A Warner Bros. Release
83 Minutes / Rated PG
Daily at: 1:00, 3:15, 5:30, 8:00, and 10:30 PM
Late Show Friday and Saturday at 12:30 AM
Presented in Dolby Stereo / THX
Opened Nationally on 1,788 Screens Including:
 
Mann Village Theatre, Westwood
--
Edwards Alhambra Place, Alhambra
Edwards Foothill Drive-In Theatre, Azusa
AMC Stockdale, Bakersfield
Mann Brea Plaza, Brea UA Movies 8, Buena Park
Pacific's Pickwick Drive-In Theatre, Burbank
Pacific's Winnetka Drive-In, Chatsworth
Pacific's Commerce Theatre, City of Commerce
Pacific's Vineland Drive-In Theatre, City of Industry
Edwards Harbor Twin Theatres, Costa Mesa
Mann Fox Covina Theatre, Covina
Edwards Saddleback Cinema 6, El Toro
UA Capitol Theatre, Glendale
Edwards Charter Center, Huntington Beach
Edwards University Center 6, Irvine
AMC Fashion Square Theatres, La Habra
Pacific's Gateway 5 Theatre, La Mirada
Edwards South Coast Theatre, Laguna Beach
Pacific's Lakewood Center Theatre, Lakewood
Pacific's Los Altos Drive-In Theatre, Long Beach
AMC Marina Pacifica 6, Long Beach Marina
Mann 6, Manhattan Beach
UA Movies, North Hollywood
Pacific's Northridge Cinemas, Northridge
Pacific's Americana Theatres, Panorama City
Pacific's Rosecrans Drive-In Theatre, Paramount
Mann Hastings Ranch 3, Pasadena
Pacific's Fiesta Drive-In Theatre, Pico Rivera
AMC Plaza 10, Puente Hills
Edwards San Gabriel Drive-In Theatre, San Gabriel
Edwards Bristol 4, Santa Ana
Mann La Reina Theatre, Sherman Oaks
Edwards Village Center, Stanton
Mann Valley West, Tarzana
Edwards Temple Theatre, Temple City
UA Movies, Thousand Oaks
Mann Old Towne 6, Torrance
Mann 4, Upland
Pacific's 101 Drive-in Theatre, Ventura
Pacific's Centinela Drive-In Theatre, Westchester
Pacific's Highway 39 Drive-In Theatre, Westminster
UA Warner Center, Woodland Hills
Los Angeles Theatre, Downtown Los Angeles
Baldwin Complex, Baldwin Hills
California Theatre, Huntington Park
Cinedome 21 Theatres, Orange
Stadium Drive-In Theatre, Orange
Town Center Cinema 7, Palm Desert
 
Reported Average Gross "Police Academy 3: Back in Training"
Week
Week Ending
Perfs.
Screens
Av. Gross
1
Thursday, March 27, 1986
37
1,788
$7,084
2
Thursday, August 3, 1986
37
1,788
$4,605
3
Thursday, April 10, 1986
37
1,770
$3,550
4
Thursday, April 17, 1986
37
1,715
$2,538
Totals
28 Days
Daily Average: $635
--
--
4 Weeks
Average Performance: $139
128
$17,777
Source: Box Office Mojo
 
 
Friday, April 18, 1986 - Thursday, May 15, 1986 (4 Weeks)
At Close Range
Starring Sean Penn and Christopher Walken
Directed by James Foley
A Orion Pictures Release in Dolby Stereo, Print by DeLuxe
111 Minutes / Rated R
Daily at: 12:00, 2:30, 5:30, 8:00 and 10:45 PM
Late Show Friday and Saturday at 12:45 AM
Presented in Dolby Stereo / THX
Opened Nationally on 39 Screens Including:
Mann Bruin Theatre, Westwood
Pacific's Winnetka Drive-In, Chatsworth
Edwards Newport Cinema, Newport Beach

Reported Average Gross "At Close Range"
Week
Week Ending
Perfs.
Screens
Av. Gross
1
Thursday, April 24, 1986
37
39
$6,557
2
Thursday, May 1, 1986
(Estimate 50% Drop)
37
N/A
$3,276
(est.)
3
Thursday, May 8, 1986
(Estimate 50% Drop)
37
N/A
$1,639
(est.)
4
Thursday, May 15, 1986
(Estimate 50% Drop)
37
N/A
$820
(est.)
Totals
28 Days
Daily Average: $439
--
--
4 Weeks
Average Performance: $83
148
$12,292
(est.)
Source: Box Office Mojo
 
 
Friday, May 16, 1986 - Thursday, May 22, 1986 (1 Week)
Top Gun
Starring Tom Cruise and Kelly McGillis
Directed by Tony Scott
A Paramount Pictures Release in Dolby Stereo
110 Minutes / Rated PG
Daily at: TBA
Presented in 70mm Dolby Stereo / THX
Opened Nationally on 1,028 Screens Including TBA:

Sunday, May 18, 1986:

Grauman's Chinese Theate 59th Birthday Today


Thursday, May 22, 1986:

Showings of "Top Gun" at TBA
--
Advance Showing at 10:00 PM:

COBRA
Starring Sylvester Stallone and Brigitte Nielsen
Directed by George Pan Cosmantos
A Warner Bros. Release in Ultra Stereo
87 Minutes / Rated R
Presented in 70mm, 6-Track Stereo / THX

Reported Average Gross "Top Gun"
Week
Week Ending
Perfs.
Screens
Av. Gross
1
Thursday, May 22, 1986
TBA
1,028
$11,884
Totals
7 Days
Daily Average: $1,698
--
--
1 Weeks
Average Performance: $TBA
TBA
$11,884
Source: Box Office Mojo
 
Friday, May 23, 1986 - Thursday, June 12, 1986 (3 Weeks)
Cobra
Starring Sylvester Stallone and Brigitte Nielsen
Directed by George Pan Cosmantos
A Warner Bros. Release in Ultra Stereo
87 Minutes / Rated R
Friday, May 23, 1986:
"Cobra-Thon" Around-the-Clock-Showings!
Beginning at: 12:00 Midnight, 2:00, 4:00, 6:00, 8:00, and 10:00 AM
--
"Free: Autographed Stallone Posters - Limited Supply, Chinese and Village Theatres Only"
--
"Stallone's Awesome Car - The 50s Mercury from the Film at Mann's Chinese Theatre - SEE IT TODAY ONLY!"
Daily at: 12:00, 2:00, 4:00, 6:00, 8:00 and 10:00 PM
Late Show Friday and Saturday at 12:00 AM
Presented in 70mm, 6-Track Stereo / THX
I attended a performance during this engagement — ED
Opened Nationally on 2,131 Screens Including:
Mann Village Theatre, Westwood
--
Edwards Alhambra Place, Alhambra
Edwards Foothill Drive-In Theatre, Azusa
Mann Brea Plaza, Brea
UA Movies 8, Buena Park
Pacific's Pickwick Drive-In Theatre, Burbank
UA Cerritos Twin Cinemas, Cerritos
Pacific's Winnetka Drive-In, Chatsworth
Pacific's Commerce Theatre, City of Commerce
Pacific's Vineland Drive-In Theatre, City of Industry
Edwards Cinema Center, Costa Mesa
Edwards Town Center 4, Costa Mesa
Mann Fox Covina Theatre, Covina
Pacific's Studio Drive-In Theatre, Culver City
Edwards El Toro Cinemas, El Toro
Pacific's Vermont Drive-In Theatre, Gardenia
UA Capitol Theatre, Glendale
Mann 6, Glendora
Edwards University Center 6, Irvine
AMC Fashion Square Theatres, La Habra
Pacific's Gateway 5 Theatre, La Mirada
Edwards South Coast Theatre, Laguna Beach
AMC Marina Pacifica 6, Long Beach Marina
Pacific's Los Altos Drive-In Theatre, Long Beach
SoCal University Village 3, Los Angeles
Mann 6, Manhattan Beach
UA Cinema 4, Marina Del Rey
Edwards Mission Viejo Mall, Mission Viejo
Mann 6, Monrovia
Edwards Monterey Mall, Monterey Park
UA Movies, North Hollywood
Pacific's Northridge Cinemas, Northridge
Pacific's Americana Theatres, Panorama City
Pacific's Rosecrans Drive-In Theatre, Paramount
Mann Hastings Ranch 3, Pasadena
Pacific's Fiesta Drive-In Theatre, Pico Rivera
AMC Plaza 10, Puente Hills
AMC Rolling Hills, Rolling Hills
Pacific's Sherman Oaks Galleria, Sherman Oaks
Edwards Village Center, Stanton
Mann Valley West, Tarzana
Edwards Temple Theatre, Temple City
UA Movies, Thousand Oaks
UA Del Amo 6, Torrance
Mann 4, Upland
Pacific's Van Nuys Drive-In Theatre, Van Nuys
Pacific's 101 Drive-in Theatre, Ventura
Pacific's Highway 39 Drive-In Theatre, Westminster
UA Twin Cinemas, Westminster
UA Warner Center, Woodland Hills
State Theatre, Downtown Los Angeles
Baldwin Complex, Baldwin Hills
California Theatre, Huntington Park
Cinedome 21 Theatres, Orange
Stadium Drive-In Theatre, Orange
Town Center Cinema 7, Palm Desert
Camelot Theatre, Palm Springs
Arlington Theatre, Santa Barbara
Fairview Theatres, Santa Barbara
 
Reported Average Gross "Cobra"
Week
Week Ending
Perfs.
Screens
Av. Gross
1
Thursday, May 29, 1986
51
2,131
$8,885
2
Thursday, June 5, 1986
44
2,131
$4,950
3
Thursday, June 12, 1986
44
2,131
$3,289
Totals
21 Days
Daily Average: $815
--
--
3 Weeks
Average Performance: $123
139
$17,124
Source: Box Office Mojo
 
 
Friday, June 13, 1986 - Thursday, June 19, 1986 (1 Week)
Ferris Bueller's Day Off
Starring Matthew Broderick and Mia Sara
Directed by John Hughes
A Paramount Picture in Dolby Stereo
103 Minutes / Rated PG-13
Daily at: 12:00, 2:30, 5:00, 8:00, and 10:45 PM
Late Show Friday and Saturday at 12:45 AM
Presented in Dolby Stereo / THX
Opened Nationally on 1,330 Screens Including:
 
Mann Bruin Theatre, Westwood
--
Edwards Alhambra Place, Alhambra
Edwards Foothill Center, Azusa
UA Movies, Bakersfield
Mann Brea Plaza, Brea
UA Movies 8, Buena Park
AMC Puente Hills 10, City of Industry
Edwards Cinema Center, Costa Mesa
Edwards Town Center 4, Costa Mesa
Edwards El Toro Cinemas, El Toro
UA Movies, Escondido
Mann Glendale Theatre, Glendale
Edwards University Center 6, Irvine
Edwards Woodbridge 5 Theatres, Irvine
Pacific's La Mirada Theatre, La Mirada
UA Movies 6, Long Beach Marina
Mann 6, Manhattan Beach
UA Cinema 4, Marina Del Rey
Edwards Mission Viejo Mall, Mission Viejo
Mann Huntington Oaks, Monrovia
UA Movies, North Hollywood
Pacific's Northridge Cinemas, Northridge
Pacific's Carriage Square Cinema, Oxnard
Pacific's Hastings Theatre, Pasadena
Mann 6, Rancho San Bernardo
Canyon Crest 5, Riverside
UA Park Sierra 6, Riverside
AMC Commercenter, San Bernardino
Mann Fremont Theatre, San Luis Obispo
Pacific's Sherman Oaks Galleria, Sherman Oaks
Mann Sycamore 6, Simi Valley
Edwards Village Center, Stanton
Mann Valley West, Tarzana
Edwards Temple Theatre, Temple City
UA Movies, Thousand Oaks
Mann Old Towne 6, Torrance
Mann 4, Upland
Mann 10, Valencia
SoCal's Eastland Theatre, West Covina
UA Twin Cinemas, Westminster
Pacific's Topanga Theatres, Woodland Hills
Pacific's Anaheim Drive-In Theatre, Anaheim
Mann Crest Drive-In Theatre, Bakersfield
Pacific's Winnetka Drive-In, Chatsworth
Pacific's Vineland Drive-In Theatre, City of Industry
Pacific's Los Altos Drive-In Theatre, Long Beach
Pacific's Fiesta Drive-In Theatre, Pico Rivera
Pacific's Foothil Drive-In Theatre, Rialto
Edwards San Gabriel Drive-In Theatre, San Gabriel
Pacific's Highway 39 Drive-In Theatre, Westminster
Cinema Plaza, Carlsbad
Holiday Theatre, Hemet
Movies, Lancaster
Lakewood Theatre, Long Beach
Cinedome 21 Theatres, Orange
Town Center Cinema 7, Palm Desert
Plaza Theatre, Palm Springs
Penninsula Cinema, Palos Verdes
Fairview Theatres, Santa Barbara
Fiesta Theatre, Santa Barbara
Santa Maria Theatre, Santa Maria
Movies 7, Victorville
Van Buren Drive-In Theatre, Arlington
South Bay Drive-In Theatre, Carson
 
Reported Average Gross "Ferris Bueller's Day Off"
Week
Week Ending
Perfs.
Screens
Av. Gross
1
Thursday, June 19, 1986
37
1,330
$9,699
Totals
7 Days
Daily Average: $1,386
--
--
1 Week
Average Performance: $262
37
$9,699
Source: Box Office Mojo
 
 
Friday, June 20 , 1986 - Thursday, July 10, 1986 (3 Weeks)
The Karate Kid, Part II
Starring Ralph Macchio and Pat Morita
Directed by John G. Avildsen
A Columbia Picture in Dolby Stereo
113 Minutes / Rated PG
Showtimes TBA (assumed to be 5 showings daily with late shows Friday and Saturday)
Presented in Dolby Stereo / THX
Opened Nationally on 1,323 Screens Including:
Day and Date Theatres TBA  
 
Reported Average Gross "The Karate Kid, Part II"
Week
Week Ending
Perfs.
Screens
Av. Gross
1
Thursday, June 26, 1986
37
1,323
$15,128
2
Thursday, July 3, 1986
37
1,327
$10,889
3
Thursday, July 10, 1986
37
1,298
$8,022
Totals
21 Days
Daily Average: $0
--
--
3 Weeks
Average Performance: $0
111
$34,039
Source: Box Office Mojo
 
 
Friday, July 11, 1986 - Thursday, July 24, 1986 (2 Weeks)
Club Paradise
Starring Robin Williams and Peter O'Toole
Directed by Harold Ramis
A Warner Bros. Picture in Dolby Stereo
96 Minutes / Rated PG-13
Daily at: 12:15, 2:45, 5:15, 7:45, and 10:30 PM
Late Show Friday and Saturday at 12:30 AM
Presented in Dolby Stereo / THX
Opened Nationally on 1,172 Screens Including:
 
Mann Village Theatre, Westwood
--
Edwards Alhambra Place, Alhambra
AMC Stockdale, Bakersfield
UA Movies 8, Buena Park
Pacific's Winnetka Drive-In, Chatsworth
Pacific's Vineland Drive-In Theatre, City of Industry
Mann Fox Covina Theatre, Covina
Edwards El Toro Cinemas, El Toro
UA Capitol Theatre, Glendale
Mann 6, Glendora
UA Movies, Granada Hills
Edwards Charter Center, Huntington Beach
Edwards University Center 6, Irvine
AMC Fashion Square Theatres, La Habra
Pacific's Gateway 5 Theatre, La Mirada
Pacific's Los Altos Drive-In Theatre, Long Beach
UA Movies 6, Long Beach Marina
UA Los Cerritos Mall Cinema 4, Los Cerritos

Mann 6
, Manhattan Beach
Mann 6, Monrovia
Pacific's Orange Drive-In Theatre, Orange
Pacific's Rosecrans Drive-In Theatre, Paramount
Pacific's Fiesta Drive-In Theatre, Pico Rivera
AMC Rolling Hills, Rolling Hills
Edwards Bristol 4, Santa Ana
Pacific's Sherman Oaks Galleria, Sherman Oaks
Mann Valley West, Tarzana
Edwards Temple Theatre, Temple City
UA Movies, Thousand Oaks
UA Del Amo 6, Torrance
Pacific's 101 Drive-in Theatre, Ventura
Edwards Cinema West, Westminster
Pacific's Highway 39 Drive-In Theatre, Westminster
UA Warner Center, Woodland Hills
South Bay Drive-In Theatre, Carson
City Center Theatres, Orange
Palms to Pines, Palm Springs
Plaza De Oro Theatre, Santa Barbara
 
Reported Average Gross "Club Paradise"
Week
Week Ending
Perfs.
Screens
Av. Gross
1
Thursday, July 17, 1986
37
1,172
$5,150
2
Thursday, July 24, 1986
37
1,186
$3,039
Totals
14 Days
Daily Average: $585
--
--
2 Weeks
Average Performance: $111
74
$8,189
Source: Box Office Mojo
 
 
Friday, July 25, 1986 - Thursday, August 14, 1986 (3 Weeks)
Heartburn
Starring Meryl Streep and Jack Nicholson
Directed by Mike Nichols
A Paramount Picture in Dolby Stereo
108 Minutes / Rated R
Daily at: 11:45 AM, 2:15, 5:00, 8:00, and 10:45 PM
Late Show Friday and Saturday at 1:00 AM
Presented in Dolby Stereo / THX
Opened Nationally on 843 Screens Including:
 
Mann National Theatre, Westwood
--
Edwards Alhambra Twin, Alhambra
UA Movies, Bakersfield
Mann Brea Plaza, Brea
Edwards Town Center 4, Costa Mesa
Edwards El Toro Cinemas, El Toro
Edwards Carousel Theatre, Escondido
Mann Alex Theatre, Glendale
Mann 6, Glendora
Edwards Charter Center, Huntington Beach
Pacific's Lakewood Center Theatre, Lakewood
Pacific's La Mirada Theatre, La Mirada
UA Movies 6, Long Beach Marina
Laemmle's Grande Theatres, Downtown Los Angeles
Mann 6, Manhattan Beach
Edwards Viejo Twin, Mission Viejo
Edwards Newport Cinema, Newport Beach
Pacific's Northridge Cinemas, Northridge
Mann 8, Oceanside
Pacific's Carriage Square Cinema, Oxnard
Pacific's Hastings Theatre, Pasadena
Mann 6, Rancho San Bernardo
Canyon Crest 5, Riverside
Pacific's Inland Cinema, San Bernadino
UA Movies, Santa Maria
Pacific's Sherman Oaks Galleria, Sherman Oaks
Mann Sycamore 6, Simi Valley
Edwards Village Center, Stanton
Mann Valley West, Tarzana
Edwards Temple Theatre, Temple City
Mann Old Towne 6, Torrance
Mann 4, Upland
Mann 10, Valencia
SoCal's Eastland Theatre, West Covina
Pacific's Topanga Theatres, Woodland Hills
Pacific's Winnetka Drive-In, Chatsworth
Pacific's Highway 39 Drive-In Theatre, Westminster
Festival Cinemas, Arroyo Grande
Holiday Theatre, Hemet
Movies West, Lancaster
Cinedome 21 Theatres, Orange
Town Center Cinema 7, Palm Desert
Plaza Theatre, Palm Springs
Penninsula Cinema, Palos Verdes
Granada Theatre, Santa Barbara
Movies 7, Victorville
South Bay Drive-In Theatre, Carson
 
Reported Average Gross "Heartburn"
Week
Week Ending
Perfs.
Screens
Av. Gross
1
Thursday, July 31, 1986
37
843
$10,007
2
Thursday, August 7, 1986
37
846
$6,113
3
Thursday, August 14, 1986
37
850
$4,455
Totals
21 Days
Daily Average: $980
--
--
3 Weeks
Average Performance: $185
111
$20,575
Source: Box Office Mojo
 
 
Friday, August 15, 1986 - Thursday, September 25, 1986 (6 Weeks)
Manhunter
Starring William L. Petersen and Kim Greist
Directed by Michael Mann
A DEG Release in Dolby Stereo
113 Minutes / Rated R
Daily at: 11:45 AM, 2:30, 5:15, 8:15, and 10:45 PM
Late Show Friday and Saturday at 1:00 AM
Presented in 70mm Dolby Stereo / THX
Opened Nationally on 779 Screens Including:
 
Mann Village Theatre, Westwood
--
AMC Stockdale, Bakersfield
UA Movies 8, Buena Park
Edwards Cinema, Costa Mesa
Mann Fox Covina Theatre, Covina
Edwards El Toro Cinemas, El Toro
Mann 6, Glendora
Edwards Charter Center, Huntington Beach
Pacific's Gateway 5 Theatre, La Mirada
Pacific's Lakewood Center Theatre, Lakewood
AMC Marina Pacifica 6, Long Beach Marina
UA Movies, Montclair
UA Movies, North Hollywood
Pacific's Northridge Cinemas, Northridge
AMC Orange Mall 6, Orange
UA City Cinema, Orange
Mann Hastings Ranch 3, Pasadena
AMC Plaza 10, Puente Hills
General Cinema's South Bay Cinemas, Redondo Beach
UA Park Sierra 6, Riverside
AMC Commercenter, San Bernardino
Pacific's Sherman Oaks Galleria, Sherman Oaks
Mann Valley West, Tarzana
Edwards Temple Theatre, Temple City
Mann 10, Valencia
Mann Buenaventura, Ventura
General Cinema's Woodland Hills Cinemas, Woodland Hills
Pacific's Winnetka Drive-In, Chatsworth
Pacific's Vineland Drive-In Theatre, City of Industry
Pacific's Lakewood Drive-In Theatre, Long Beach
Pacific's Orange Drive-In Theatre, Orange
Pacific's Fiesta Drive-In Theatre, Pico Rivera
Pacific's Mt. Vernon Drive-In Theatre, San Bernardino
Pacific's Highway 39 Drive-In Theatre, Westminster
Tower Theatre, Downtown Los Angeles
Festival Cinemas, Arroyo Grande
South Bay Drive-In Theatre, Carson
Town Center Cinema 7, Palm Desert
Cinema, Santa Barbara
Melody Theatre, Thousand Oaks
 
Reported Average Gross "Manhunter"
Week
Week Ending
Perfs.
Screens
Av. Gross
1
Thursday, August 21, 1986
37
779
$4,351
2
Thursday, August 28, 1986
37
767
$2,570
3
Thursday, September 4, 1986
(Estimate 50% Drop)
37
N/A
$1,285
(est.)
4
Thursday, September 11, 1986
(Estimate 50% Drop)
37
N/A
$643
(est.)
5
Thursday, September 18, 1986
(Estimate 50% Drop)
37
N/A
$321
(est.)
6
Thursday, September 26, 1986
(Estimate 50% Drop)
37
N/A
$161
(est.)
Totals
42 Days
Daily Average: $222
--
--
6 Weeks
Average Performance: $42
222
$9,331
Source: Box Office Mojo
 
 
Friday, September 26, 1986 - Thursday, November 6, 1986 (6 Weeks)
Crocodile Dundee
Starring Paul Hogan and Linda Kozlowski
Directed by Peter Faiman
A Paramount Picture in Dolby Stereo, Panavision
97 Minutes / Rated PG-13
Daily at: 12:15, 2:45, 5:15, 8:00, and 10:30 PM
Late Show Friday and Saturday at 12:30 AM
Presented in Dolby Stereo / THX
Opened Nationally on 879 Screens Including:
Mann National Theatre, Westwood
--
Edwards Alhambra Place, Alhambra
UA Movies, Bakersfield
Mann Brea Plaza, Brea UA Movies 8, Buena Park
AMC Puente Hills 10, City of Industry
Edwards Cinema, Costa Mesa
Edwards South Coast Plaza Theatres, Costa Mesa
Edwards El Toro Cinemas, El Toro
UA Movies, Escondido
Mann Alex Theatre, Glendale
Mann 6, Glendora
Edwards University Center 6, Irvine
Pacific's Lakewood Center Theatre, Lakewood
Pacific's Gateway 5 Theatre, La Mirada
UA Movies 6, Long Beach Marina
Mann 6, Manhattan Beach
Edwards Mission Viejo Mall, Mission Viejo
Mann Huntington Oaks, Monrovia
Pacific's Montclair Theatre, Motntclair
UA Movies, North Hollywood
Pacific's Northridge Cinemas, Northridge
Mann 8, Oceanside
Pacific's Carriage Square Cinema, Oxnard
Pacific's Americana Theatres, Panorama City
Mann Pasadena 3, Pasadena
Mann 6, Rancho San Bernardo
Canyon Crest 5, Riverside
AMC Rolling Hills, Rolling Hills
AMC Commercenter, San Bernardino
UA Movies, Santa Maria
Mann Sycamore 6, Simi Valley
Edwards Village Center, Stanton
Mann Valley West, Tarzana
Edwards Temple Theatre, Temple City
Mann Conejo Twin, Thousand Oaks
Mann Old Towne 6, Torrance
Mann 10, Valencia
SoCal's Westcove Cinema, West Covina
Edwards Cinema West, Westminster
Pacific's Topanga Theatres, Woodland Hills
Pacific's Winnetka Drive-In, Chatsworth
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 Torrance Drive-In Theatre, Torrance
Pacific's 101 Drive-in Theatre, Ventura
Pacific's Highway 39 Drive-In Theatre, Westminster
Festival Cinemas, Arroyo Grande
Movies, Lancaster
Cinedome 21 Theatres, Orange
Town Center Cinema 7, Palm Desert
Granada Theatre, Santa Barbara
Movies 7, Victorville
Stadium Drive-In Theatre, Orange
 
Reported Average Gross "Crocodile Dindee"
Week
Week Ending
Perfs.
Screens
Av. Gross
1
Thursday, October 2, 1986
37
879
$12,898
2
Thursday, October 9, 1986
37
971
$11,269
3
Thursday, October 16, 1986
37
1,378
$9,401
4
Thursday, October 23, 1986
37
1,378
$7,161
5
Thursday, October 30, 1986
37
1,495
$5,925
6
Thursday, November 6, 1986
37
1,495
$5,269
Totals
42 Days
Daily Average: $1,236
--
--
6 Weeks
Average Performance: $234
222
$51,923
Source: Box Office Mojo
 
 
Friday, November 7, 1986 - Tuesday, November 25, 1986 (3 Weeks)
Tai-Pan
Starring Bryan Brown and John Stanton
Directed by Daryl Duke
A DEG Release in Dolby Stereo
127 Minutes / Rated R
Daily at: 11:30 AM, 2:15, 5:00, 8:00, and 10:45 PM
Late Show Friday and Saturday at 1:15 AM
Presented in Dolby Stereo / THX
Opened Nationally on 860 Screens Including:
 
Mann Village Theatre, Westwood
--
Edwards Foothill Center, Azusa
AMC Stockdale, Bakersfield
UA Movies 8, Buena Park
Mann Fox Covina Theatre, Covina
Edwards Saddleback Cinema 6, El Toro
Pacific's Regency Cinemas, Glendale
Edwards Charter Center, Huntington Beach
Pacific's La Mirada Theatre, La Mirada
Pacific's Lakewood Center Theatre, Lakewood
UA Movies 6, Long Beach Marina
Mann 6, Manhattan Beach
Edwards Viejo Twin, Mission Viejo
Edwards Monterey Mall, Monterey Park
Edwards Newport Cinema, Newport Beach
Pacific's Northridge Cinemas, Northridge
Pacific's Hastings Theatre, Pasadena
AMC Plaza 10, Puente Hills
Edwards Rancho Cucamonga, Rancho Cucamonga
Canyon Crest 5, Riverside
UA Park Sierra 6, Riverside
AMC Commercenter, San Bernardino
Edwards Bristol 4, Santa Ana
Pacific's Sherman Oaks Galleria, Sherman Oaks
Mann 6, Simi Valley
Mann Valley West, Tarzana
Edwards Temple Theatre, Temple City
Mann Old Towne 6, Torrance
Mann 4, Upland
Mann 10, Valencia
Edwards Cinema West, Westminster
General Cinema's Woodland Hills Cinemas, Woodland Hills
Pacific's Anaheim Drive-In Theatre, Anaheim
Pacific's Winnetka Drive-In, Chatsworth
Pacific's Vineland Drive-In Theatre, City of Industry
Pacific's Lakewood Drive-In Theatre, Long Beach
Pacific's Fiesta Drive-In Theatre, Pico Rivera
Pacific's Mt. Vernon Drive-In Theatre, San Bernardino
Festival Cinemas, Arroyo Grande
South Bay Drive-In Theatre, Carson
Movies West, Lancaster
Cinedome 21 Theatres, Orange
Town Center Cinema 7, Palm Desert
Penninsula Cinema, Palos Verdes
Plaza De Oro Theatre, Santa Barbara
Century Cinema, Ventura
Westlake Village Cinema, Westlake Village
 
Reported Average Gross "Tai-Pan"
Week
Week Ending
Perfs.
Screens
Av. Gross
1
Thursday, November 13, 1986
37
860
$2,891
2
Thursday, November 20, 1986
37
842
$1,325
3
Tuesday, November 25, 1986
(5 Days - Estimated 50% Drop)
27
N/A
$531
Totals
19 Days
Daily Average: $250
--
--
3 Weeks
Average Performance: $47
101
$4,747
Source: Box Office Mojo
 
 
Wednesday, November 26, 1986 - Thursday, December 11, 1986 (2 Weeks)
Solarbabies
Starring Richard Jordan and Jami Gertz
Directed by Alan Johnson
A Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Release in Dolby Stereo
94 Minutes / Rated PG-13
Daily at: 12:00, 2:30, 5:00, 7:30, and 10:00 PM
Late Show Friday and Saturday at 12:00 AM
Presented in Dolby Stereo / THX
Opened Nationally on 692 Screens Including:
 
Mann Regent, Westwood
--
Mann Fox Fallbrook Theatre, Canoga Park
Pacific's Winnetka Drive-In, Chatsworth
Pacific's Northridge Cinemas, Northridge
Mann Valley West, Tarzana
Mann 10, Valencia
Pacific's Van Nuys Drive-In Theatre, Van Nuys
General Cinema's Santa Anita 4, Arcadia
Edwards Foothill Center, Azusa
Mann Fox Covina Theatre, Covina
Pacific's Vineland Drive-In Theatre, La Puente
Edwards Temple Theatre, Temple City
Mann 6, Simi Valley
Mann Ventura Twin, Ventura
Pacific's 101 Drive-in Theatre, Ventura
Pacific's Anaheim Drive-In Theatre, Anaheim
Edwards Harbor Twin Theatres, Costa Mesa
Edwards Saddleback Cinema 6, El Toro
Edwards Bristol 4, Santa Ana
Edwards Village Center, Stanton
Edwards Cinema West, Westminster
General Cinema's Rancho Cinemas, Colton
Pacific's Mt. Vernon Drive-In Theatre, San Bernardino
Mann Mountain Green 4, Upland
Mann Old Towne 6, Torrance
Pacific's Lakewood Center Theatre, Lakewood
AMC Marina Pacifica 6, Long Beach Marina
Pacific's Los Altos Drive-In Theatre, Long Beach
Pacific's Rosecrans Drive-In Theatre, Paramount
Pacific's Fiesta Drive-In Theatre, Pico Rivera
AMC Stockdale, Bakersfield
Van Buren Drive-In Theatre, Arlington
Festival Cinemas, Arroyo Grande
South Bay Drive-In Theatre, Carson
Edwards Carousel Theatre, Escondido
Mann 8, Oceanside
City Center Theatres, Orange
Camelot Theatre, Palm Springs
Penninsula Cinema, Palos Verdes
Plaza De Oro Theatre, Santa Barbara
 
Reported Average Gross "Solarbabies"
Week
Week Ending
Perfs.
Screens
Av. Gross
1
Thursday, December 4, 1986
(9 Days)
47
692
$1,702
2
Thursday, December 11, 1986
37
375
$520
Totals
16 Days
Daily Average: $139
--
--
2 Weeks
Average Performance: $26
84
$2,222
Source: Box Office Mojo
 
 
Friday, December 12, 1986 - Thursday, January 15, 1987 (5 Weeks)
The Golden Child
Starring Eddie Murphy and Charlotte Lewis
Directed by Michael Ritchie
A Paramount Picture in Dolby Stereo
94 Minutes / Rated PG-13
Daily at: 12:15, 2:40, 5:15, 7:30, and 10:00 PM
Late Show Friday and Saturday at 12:15 AM
Presented in Dolby Stereo / THX
Opened Nationally on 1,667 Screens Including:

Photo by John H. Mozzer
Mann National Theatre, Westwood
--
Edwards Alhambra Place, Alhambra
UA Movies, Bakersfield
Mann Brea Plaza, Brea
UA Movies 8, Buena Park
AMC Burbank 10, Burbank
Edwards Cinema Center, Costa Mesa
Edwards South Coast Plaza Theatres, Costa Mesa
Edwards Saddleback Cinema 6, El Toro
Edwards Carousel Theatre, Escondido
Mann Alex Theatre, Glendale
Mann 6, Glendora
Edwards University Center 6, Irvine
Edwards Woodbridge 5 Theatres, Irvine
Pacific's Lakewood Center Theatre, Lakewood
Pacific's La Mirada Theatre, La Mirada
UA Movies 6, Long Beach Marina
SoCal University Village 3, Los Angeles
Mann 6, Manhattan Beach
Edwards Viejo Twin, Mission Viejo
Mann Huntington Oaks, Monrovia
Edwards Monterey Mall, Monterey Park
Pacific's Northridge Cinemas, Northridge
Mann 8, Oceanside
Pacific's Carriage Square Cinema, Oxnard
Pacific's Americana Theatres, Panorama City
Pacific's Hastings Theatre, Pasadena
Mann Puente Hills 6, Puente Hills
Mann 6, Rancho San Bernardo
Edwards Rancho Cucamonga, Rancho Cucamonga
Canyon Crest 5, Riverside
UA Park Sierra 6, Riverside
Edwards Rosemead 4 Cinemas, Rosemead
Pacific's Inland Cinema, San Bernadino
UA Movies, Santa Maria
Pacific's Sherman Oaks Galleria, Sherman Oaks
Mann Sycamore 6, Simi Valley
Edwards Village Center, Stanton
Mann Valley West, Tarzana
Mann Rancho California, Temecula
Mann Conejo Twin, Thousand Oaks
Mann Old Towne 6, Torrance
Mann 4, Upland
Mann 10, Valencia
SoCal's Eastland Theatre, West Covina
Edwards Cinema West, Westminster
Pacific's Topanga Theatres, Woodland Hills
Edwards Foothill Drive-In Theatre, Azusa
Mann Crest Drive-In Theatre, Bakersfield
Pacific's Buena Park Drive-In Theatre, Buena Park
Pacific's Pickwick Drive-In Theatre, Burbank
Pacific's Winnetka Drive-In, Chatsworth
Pacific's Vineland Drive-In Theatre, City of Industry
Pacific's Bel Air Drive-In Theatre, Fontana
Pacific's Vermont Drive-In Theatre, Gardenia
Pacific's Los Altos Drive-In Theatre, Long Beach
Pacific's Centinela Drive-In Theatre, Los Angeles
Pacific's Rosecrans Drive-In Theatre, Paramount
Pacific's Fiesta Drive-In Theatre, Pico Rivera
Pacific's 101 Drive-in Theatre, Ventura
Festival Cinemas, Arroyo Grande
Century Cinema, Atascadero
Baldwin Complex, Baldwin Hills
Park Plaza, Buellton
Goleta Cinema, Goleta
Holiday Theatre, Hemet
Movies, Lancaster
Gemeni Cinemas, Lompoc
State Theatre, Downtown Los Angeles
Cinedome 21 Theatres, Orange
Town Center Cinema 7, Palm Desert
Plaza Theatre, Palm Springs
Penninsula Cinema, Palos Verdes
Movies, Ridgecrest
Granada Theatre, Santa Barbara
Movies 7, Victorville
Valley Cinema, Yucca Valley
Van Buren Drive-In Theatre, Arlington
Valley Drive-In Theatre, Oceanside
Stadium Drive-In Theatre, Orange
Mission Drive-In Theatre, Pomona
 
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