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World in Louvre with ‘Code’

Sony cracked the box office code after all. After suffering a critical drubbing at Cannes, “The Da Vinci Code” found the B.O. holy grail, garnering $77 million Stateside and a record $147 million overseas. Worldwide, pic’s $224 million take gives Sony bragging rights to the second-biggest opening weekend ever, behind only that of “Star Wars: Episode III — Revenge of the Sith.”

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