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“Brokeback Mountain” is no longer astounding. It’s simply impressive. Expanding into smaller cities as big markets started to show some wear, Focus’ cowboy love story grossed $5.8 million over three days in 683 theaters, up 1% from what it made in 483 locations last weekend. Per play average was $8,430.

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    “Brokeback Mountain” is no longer astounding. It’s simply impressive. Expanding into smaller cities as big markets started to show some wear, Focus’ cowboy love story grossed $5.8 million over three days in 683 theaters, up 1% from what it made in 483 locations last weekend. Per play average was $8,430.

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