Weekend Box Office : 'Seven' Makes It Four Weeks at No. 1

New Line Cinema's "Seven" kept its top place among the fall movies for the fourth consecutive weekend, tying Universal's "Apollo 13," which achieved that feat this summer. "How to Make an American Quilt" actually improved its position from its opening last week, going from fifth to fourth place. Of the new films, Paramount's thriller "Jade" edged out Disney's "The Scarlet Letter," followed by Fox's "Strange Days."

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Three-Day Gross/ Screens/ Weeks in Movie (Studio) Total (millions) Average Release 1. "Seven" $8.6 2,511 4 (New Line) $57.7 $3,443 2. "Assassins" $5.9 2,343 2 (Warner Bros.) $18.5 $2,537 3. "Dead Presidents" $4.5 1,084 2 (Disney/Hollywood) $15.4 $4,196 4. "How to Make American Quilt" $4.4 1,526 2 (Universal) $12.2 $2,855 5. "Jade" $4.3 2,164 1 (Paramount) $4.3 $1,980 6. "The Scarlet Letter" $4.1 1,510 1 (Disney/Hollywood) $4.1 $2,728 7. "To Die For" $4.0 954 3 (Columbia) $12.8 $4,215 8. "Strange Days" $3.7 1,691 1 (Fox) $3.7 $2,162 9. "The Big Green" $2.7 1,953 3 (Walt Disney) $13.1 $1,382 10. "Devil in a Blue Dress" $2.0 1,432 1 (Sony) $2.0 $1,398

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SOURCE: Exhibitor Relations Co.

For the Record Los Angeles Times Wednesday October 18, 1995 Home Edition Calendar Part F Page 2 Entertainment Desk 2 inches; 39 words Type of Material: Correction Box office-- In some editions of Tuesday's Calendar the weekend box-office chart incorrectly reported "Halloween: The Curse of Michael Myers" in 10th place. In fact, "Devil in a Blue Dress" was in the 10th spot for the weekend and "Halloween" was 11th among the weekend movies.
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