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The Times Film Index

Company Town : DOMESTIC MARKET SHARE

November 01, 1994

Domestic market share and number of films in release for U.S. distributors from Jan. 3 to Oct. 30:

Market share Films 18.7% Buena Vista 15 15.2% Warner Bros. 15 14.6% Paramount 6 13.7% Universal 10 10.5% 20th Century Fox 6 5.9% New Line 11 4.9% TriStar 5 4.8% Columbia 7 3.5% Miramax 9 2.1% Gramercy 3

TRACKING THE TOP 10

Total grosses of the latest Top 10 box office releases for the weekend of Oct. 28-30, in millions of dollars:

% Chg. Box Wks. in Wknd. from office Rank&Film Distributor release Screens total last to date 1 Stargate MGM 1 2,033 $16.7 -- $16.7 2 Pulp Fiction Miramax 3 1,494 5.7 -32 30.6 3 The Specialist Warner Bros. 4 2,363 4.0 -36 43.6 4 Love Affair Warner Bros. 2 1,585 3.6 -34 10.8 5 Road to Columbia 1 806 2.6 -- 2.6 Wellville 6 The River Wild Universal 5 1,901 2.6 -37 36.8 7 Little Giants Warner Bros. 3 1,954 2.3 -45 12.9 8 Craven's ... New Line 3 1,873 2.0 -44 14.5 Nightmare 9 Forrest Gump Paramount 17 1,580 1.6 -33 286.3 10 Silent Fall Warner Bros. 1 1,251 1.5 -- 1.5

Proj. U.S. Rank&Film B.O.* 1 Stargate $ 70 2 Pulp Fiction 50 3 The Specialist 55 4 Love Affair 20 5 Road to 10 Wellville 6 The River Wild 44 7 Little Giants 17 8 Craven's ... 18 Nightmare 9 Forrest Gump 291 10 Silent Fall 55

* Distributors receive roughly half of box office revenue, on average.

Sources: Top 10 provided by Entertainment Data Inc.; box office projections provided by Lisbeth R. Barron, SBCI Swiss Bank Corp.

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