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  1. Kim D

    The Most-Attended Films in the History of British Cinema are...

    Claire Thank you! I've been watching Malcolm in the Middle. Since I've been in London (away from my HD Tivo) I've been watching whatever is on the tube and that seems to be either Malcolm in the Middle or The Simpsons. I like when Malcolm talks to the screen. Can't believe I've totally...
  2. Kim D

    The Most-Attended Films in the History of British Cinema are...

    Steve, You are most welcome. Take a look at the "By Decade" view. There are 20/100 of the films released in the 1940s. And 5 of those movies are in the top 10. It makes sense that many people needed the escape of the cinema just after WWII. The list is based on "butt in seats". The...
  3. Kim D

    The Most-Attended Films in the History of British Cinema are...

    Steve, ET (1983) was 31. Star Wars (1978) was 4. Star Wars I The Phantom Menace (1999) was 28. Star Wars II Attack of the Clones (2002) was 65. Empire Strikes Back (1980) was 67. Return of the Jedi (1983) was 87. So if you're asking why ET (1983) didn't do better than the Star Wars...
  4. Kim D

    The Most-Attended Films in the History of British Cinema are...

    I watched that show(s). Hosted by John Cleese over two nights. Here's a link to the entire list: http://www.bfi.org.uk/features/ultim...hart/index.php Spring in Park Lane stars Anna Neagle and Michael Wilding. A very successful pairing as several of their films were in the top 100. They...
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