Numbers crunch

Friend, David
September 2005
Daily Variety;9/7/2005, Vol. 288 Issue 46, pA32
Trade Publication
Reports on the factors contributing to the decrease in the box office revenue in the U.S. List of the motion pictures grossing less than 1 million dollar; Average number of films taking less than 1 million dollar; Views of Howard Cohen, co-prexy of Roadside Attractions, on the promotion of a film.


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