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The True Box Office Top 10

JJ Mortimer

For the record, here are the Top 10 domestic Box Office hits of all time after inflation is included for the tickets sold:

1) Gone With the Wind (1939) = $1,719,399,800
2) Star Wars (1977 + re-releases) = $1,515,797,800
3) The Sound of Music (1965) = $1,211,954,800
4) E.T.: The Extra-Terrestrial (1982 + re-release) = $1,207,180,400
5) Titanic (1997 + re-release) = $1,152,887,700
6) The Ten Commandments (1956) = $1,114,810,000
7) Jaws (1975) = $1,089,950,700
8) Doctor Zhivago (1965) = $1,056,392,700
9) The Exorcist (1973 + re-release) = $941,198,900
10) Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (1937 + re-release) = $927,590,000

The closest a sequel gets to the top 10 is last year's "Star Wars: The Force Awakens" at #11 with $920,059,500.

I don't see any sequels, remakes, reboots, Transformers, or any movies in the past nineteen years on this list. So, can we stop reporting "biggest movie" claims with recently-released movies until they stand up next to THIS, the TRUE Top 10?