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Paramount Breakdown

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HIGH POINTS: The studio scored big with two of its star-driven pix, “The Firm” and “Indecent Proposal”– both breaking the domestic $ 100 million threshold — after just one such performer in '92…

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New Line Breakdown

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HIGH POINTS: New Line says it's upscaling its image, but '93 B.O. was decidedly reliant on the old standards, “Jason Goes To Hell: The Final Friday” and “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles III.””National…

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'Germinal' mines R rating

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The Sony Pictures Classics highbrow French import "Germinal" landed an R rating, according to the latest bulletin by the Classification & Rating Administration of the Motion Picture Assn. of America…

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TriStar Breakdown

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HIGH POINTS: Budgeted at $ 26 million, “Sleepless in Seattle” was a romantic comedy that held its own against summer action movies. “Cliffhanger” proved hugely profitable (TriStar held all domestic…

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Miramax Breakdown

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HIGH POINTS: Purchased by Walt Disney Co. in April. Gross revenues increased from $ 72 million in 1992 to $ 109 million in 1993. “The Crying Game” did 90% of blockbuster business in 1993. Eked out…

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Samuel Goldwyn Breakdown

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HIGH POINTS: Boffo B.O. from the Bard led the list of unexpected successes at Samuel Goldwyn Co. in 1993. The clear highlight of the year for the indie came from “Much Ado About Nothing,” the lush…

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