'Ice Age' melts o'seas B.O. competish

Thomas, Archie; Jennings, Sheri; Klaussmann, Liza; Meza, Ed; Boland, Michaela; Schilling, Mark; de Prado, Esther; Mohr, Ian
April 2006
Variety;4/17/2006, Vol. 402 Issue 9, p14
Trade Publication
The article reports on the rating and box office revenues of the animated film Ice Age: The Meltdown from Fox. The film placed number one in Great Britain, Spain, Germany, Mexico and Australia. It had a revenue of $95 million at 8,216 playdates in 45 markets. The movie made $13.1 million in France while $12.2 million in Spain.


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