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Still the One: 20th Century Fox’s kid comedy “Home Alone” was the No. 1 ticket seller--for the sixth weekend in a row--at the nation’s box office. According to reliable industry sources, the comedy starring the young Macauley Culkin nabbed another $11 million--bringing its grosses to more than $110 million. Universal Pictures’ just-out Arnold Schwarzenegger comedy-drama, “Kindergarten Cop,” came in second, with receipts of approximately $8.5 million. Among other new titles, MGM/UA’s “The Russia House” was sixth, with about $3.1 million and Warner Bros.’ “The Bonfire of the Vanities” clocked in seventh with about $3 million. Because of the holidays, official box-office figures will not be released until Wednesday.


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