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May 10, 1993|SHAUNA SNOW | Arts and entertainment reports from The Times, national and international news services and the nation's press

'Dragon' Slaying: Universal Pictures' "Dragon: The Bruce Lee Story" racked up the biggest opening ever for the typically slow first weekend in May, bringing in an estimated $10 million on 1,887 screens nationwide, according to early industry reports. "Dave," starring Kevin Kline as a presidential look-alike who suddenly finds himself in the Oval Office, was No. 2 with an estimated $7.2 million. After four weekends at the top, "Indecent Proposal" was down to third place with $4.7 million, followed by "Sidekicks" at $2.2 million and "Benny & Joon" with $1.9 million.

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