I was wondering if any of oyu all might know this. Why is it, when comparing revenues made by movies, inflation is always left out of the equation? while titanic may have made a ton of money, the take of Gone With the Wind, from an era when movie tickets were under 15¢, seems far more impressive ot me. In fact, if I remember, GWtW's domestic take adjusts to over 1 billion dollars. So, why are those numbers so rarely used, and just stick with the unadjusted? Sure it's easier, but to really have a fair comparison, I would think that the rising ticket prices would need to be accounted for somehow.