Fritz, Ben
June 2006
Daily Variety;6/26/2006, Vol. 291 Issue 60, p1
Trade Publication
The article provides an update on the box office revenues of several American-produced motion pictures. The film "Click," which was released by Sony Pictures Entertainment Inc., took the top spot with a gross sales of 40 million dollars in three days. Buena Vista International Inc.'s release of the film "Cars" grossed 7.7 million dollars in its first three days of showing. Meanwhile, on a smaller scale, the film "Waist Deep" claimed the fourth spot with a gross of 9.5 million dollars.


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