Sophia Loren Film Grosses 1957 – 2009

Year FILM – Actors Rank Wks Adjusted Gross
1957 BOY ON A DOLPHIN Alan Ladd, Sophia Loren 4 $103,800,000
1957 THE PRIDE AND THE PASSION Cary Grant, Sophia Loren 1 1 $121,100,000
1957 LEGEND OF THE LOST John Wayne, Sophia Loren 3 $76,120,000
1958 ATTILA THE HUN (1954) Anthony Quinn, Sophia Loren $69,200,000
1958 DESIRE UNDER THE ELMS Sophia Loren, Anthony Perkins $34,600,000
1958 THE KEY William Holden, Sophia Loren 6 $76,120,000
1959 THE BLACK ORCHID Sophia Loren, Anthony Quinn 10 $33,920,000
1958 HOUSEBOAT Cary Grant, Sophia Loren 1 1 $121,100,000
1959 THAT KIND OF WOMAN Sophia Loren, Tab Hunter 1 1 $33,920,000
1960 HELLER IN PINK TIGHTS Sophia Loren, Anthony Quinn 9
1960 A BREATH OF SCANDAL Sophia Loren, Maurice Chevalier 9
1960 IT STARTED IN NAPLES Clark Gable, Sophia Loren 3 $78,020,000
1961 TWO WOMEN Sophia Loren, Jean-Paul Belmondo 8 $75,220,000
1961 EL CID Charlton Heston, Sophia Loren 3 $300,870,000
1962 BOCCACCIO ’70 Anita Ekberg, Romy Schneider 3
1963 THE CONDEMNED OF ALTONA Sophia Loren, Maximilian Schell 9 $22,390,000
1964 YESTERDAY TODAY AND TOMORROW Sophia Loren, Marcello Mastroianni 5 $76,270,000
1964 THE FALL OF THE ROMAN EMPIRE Sophia Loren, Stephen Boyd 4 $34,880,000
1964 MARRIAGE, ITALIAN STYLE Sophia Loren, Marcello Mastroianni 4 $76,270,000
1965 OPERATION CROSSBOW Sophia Loren, George Peppard 8 $63,380,000
1966 LADY L Sophia Loren, Paul Newman 4 $42,850,000
1966 JUDITH Sophia Loren, Peter Finch 6
1966 ARABESQUE Gregory Peck, Sophia Loren 7 $63,490,000
1967 A COUNTESS FROM HONG KONG Marlon Brando, Sophia Loren $15,860,000
1970 SUNFLOWER Sophia Loren, Marcello Mastroianni 1 1 $11,590,000
1971 THE PRIEST’S WIFE Sophia Loren, Marcello Mastroianni 8 $9,430,000
1972 MAN OF LA MANCHA Peter O’Toole, Sophia Loren 1 1 $38,670,000
1977 THE CASSANDRA CROSSING Sophia Loren, Richard Harris 3 $32,460,000
1977 A SPECIAL DAY Sophia Loren, Marcello Mastroianni 25 $8,150,000
1978 BRASS TARGET Sophia Loren, John Cassavetes 11 $18,480,000
1979 FIREPOWER Sophia Loren, James Coburn 18 $6,200,000
1994 PRET-A-PORTER: READY TO WEAR Marcello Mastroianni, Sophia Loren 13 $22,784,500
1995 GRUMPIER OLD MEN Jack Lemmon, Walter Matthau 2 $140,461,400
2009 NINE Daniel Day-Lewis, Penelope Cruz 8 $21,888,100

NUMBER ONE BOX OFFICE HITS: 5
TOP TEN BOX OFFICE HITS: 27
TOTAL BOX OFFICE GROSS: $1,829,494,000 (Adjusted in 2016 USD)

Complete US Box Office Charts (week-by-week)
from Variety magazine are available here:
https://www.amazon.com/Weekly-Box-Office-Charts-1960s-ebook/dp/B071GM8FLZ/

Annual US Box Office Chart of 1977

Rank Film – Actors Annual Rental Grosses Total Rental Grosses
1 STAR WARS Mark Hamill, Harrison Ford $127,000,000 $270,918,000
2 CLOSE ENCOUNTERS OF THE THIRD KIND Richard Dreyfuss, François Truffaut $77,000,000 $82,750,000
3 SATURDAY NIGHT FEVER John Travolta, Karen Lynn Gorney $71,463,000 $74,100,000
4 SMOKEY AND THE BANDIT Burt Reynolds, Sally Field $55,319,247 $58,949,938
5 THE GOODBYE GIRL Richard Dreyfuss, Marsha Mason $41,839,170
6 THE DEEP Jacqueline Bisset, Nick Nolte $31,266,000
7 THE SPY WHO LOVED ME Roger Moore, Barbara Bach $24,364,501
8 SEMI-TOUGH Burt Reynolds, Kris Kristofferson $22,940,811
9 OH, GOD! John Denver, George Burns $21,200,000 $31,500,000
10 A BRIDGE TOO FAR Sean Connery, Ryan O’Neal $20,375,406
11 HIGH ANXIETY Mel Brooks, Madeline Kahn $19,163,000
12 ANNIE HALL Woody Allen, Diane Keaton $19,002,366
13 THE OTHER SIDE OF MIDNIGHT Marie-France Pisier, John Beck $18,408,000
14 THE GAUNTLET Clint Eastwood, Sondra Locke $17,700,000
15 THE TURNING POINT Anne Bancroft, Shirley MacLaine $17,060,000
16 LOOKING FOR MR. GOODBAR Diane Keaton, Tuesday Weld $16,900,000
17 PETE’S DRAGON Helen Reddy, Jim Dale $16,100,000 $18,400,000
18 AIRPORT ’77 Jack Lemmon, Lee Grant $15,087,474
19 HEROES Henry Winkler, Sally Field $15,061,655
20 THE BAD NEWS BEARS IN BREAKING TRAINING William Devane, Jackie Earle Haley $15,052,000

Complete Annual US Box Office Top 120 Chart of 1977
with grosses is available here:
https://www.amazon.com/Annual-Top-Film-Rentals-1912-ebook/dp/B071KL8DLM

US Box Office – 21 December 1977

1 7 5 CLOSE ENCOUNTERS OF THE THIRD KIND Richard Dreyfuss, François Truffaut
2 NE 1 SATURDAY NIGHT FEVER John Travolta, Karen Lynn Gorney
3 4 7 PETE’S DRAGON Helen Reddy, Jim Dale
4 NE 1 TELEFON Charles Bronson, Lee Remick
5 6 5 SEMI-TOUGH Burt Reynolds, Kris Kristofferson
6 3 9 LOOKING FOR MR. GOODBAR Diane Keaton, Tuesday Weld
7 1 30 STAR WARS Mark Hamill, Harrison Ford
8 2 11 OH, GOD! John Denver, George Burns
9 8 5 THE TURNING POINT Anne Bancroft, Shirley MacLaine
10 5 7 HEROES Henry Winkler, Sally Field

Complete US Box Office Charts (week-by-week)
from Variety magazine are available here:
https://www.amazon.com/Weekly-Box-Office-Charts-1970s-ebook/dp/B071GPPSGR/

US Box Office – 1 June 1977

1 NE 1 STAR WARS Mark Hamill, Harrison Ford
2 2 6 ANNIE HALL Woody Allen, Diane Keaton
3 1 2 THE GREATEST Muhammad Ali, Ernest Borgnine
4 3 26 ROCKY Sylvester Stallone, Talia Shire
5 RE 1 THE STING Paul Newman, Robert Redford [Re-issue] 
6 RE 9 BLACK SUNDAY Robert Shaw, Bruce Dern
7 NE 1 DAY OF THE ANIMALS Christopher George, Leslie Nielsen
8 6 8 AUDREY ROSE Marsha Mason, Anthony Hopkins
9 NE 1 SINBAD AND THE EYE OF THE TIGER Patrick Wayne, Taryn Power
10 NE 1 RUBY Piper Laurie, Stuart Whitman

Complete US Box Office Charts (week-by-week)
from Variety magazine are available here:
https://www.amazon.com/Weekly-Box-Office-Charts-1970s-ebook/dp/B071GPPSGR/

US Box Office – 11 May 1977

1 3 3 ANNIE HALL Woody Allen, Diane Keaton
2 1 16 IT’S ALIVE John P. Ryan, Sharon Farrell [Re-issue] 
3 2 23 ROCKY Sylvester Stallone, Talia Shire
4 4 11 SLAP SHOT Paul Newman, Strother Martin
5 5 6 BLACK SUNDAY Robert Shaw, Bruce Dern
6 NE 7 BROTHERS Bernie Casey, Vonetta McGee
7 6 11 ISLANDS IN THE STREAM George C. Scott, David Hemmings
8 7 13 THE LATE SHOW Art Carney, Lily Tomlin
9 8 16 FUN WITH DICK AND JANE George Segal, Jane Fonda
10 9 9 NASTY HABITS Glenda Jackson, Melina Mercouri

Complete US Box Office Charts (week-by-week)
from Variety magazine are available here:
https://www.amazon.com/Weekly-Box-Office-Charts-1970s-ebook/dp/B071GPPSGR/

US Box Office – 26 January 1977

1 RE 9 ROCKY Sylvester Stallone, Talia Shire
2 1 6 KING KONG Jeff Bridges, Jessica Lange
3 3 6 THE PINK PANTHER STRIKES AGAIN Peter Sellers, Herbert Lom
4 4 7 SILVER STREAK Gene Wilder, Richard Pryor
5 2 5 THE ENFORCER Clint Eastwood, Tyne Daly
6 5 5 A STAR IS BORN Barbra Streisand, Kris Kristofferson
7 7 10 NETWORK Faye Dunaway, William Holden
8 9 12 CARRIE Sissy Spacek, Piper Laurie
9 8 16 MARATHON MAN Dustin Hoffman, Laurence Olivier
10 NE 2 MADAM KITTY (SALON KITTY) Helmut Berger, Ingrid Thulin

Complete US Box Office Charts (week-by-week)
from Variety magazine are available here:
https://www.amazon.com/Weekly-Box-Office-Charts-1970s-ebook/dp/B071GPPSGR/

Jerry Lewis Film Grosses 1949 – 2016

Year FILM – Actors Rank Wks Adjusted Gross
1949 MY FRIEND IRMA John Lund, Marie Wilson 1 1 $105,300,000
1950 MY FRIEND IRMA GOES WEST John Lund, Marie Wilson 4 $90,260,000
1950 AT WAR WITH THE ARMY Dean Martin, Jerry Lewis 1 3 $124,110,000
1951 THAT’S MY BOY Dean Martin, Jerry Lewis 1 4 $124,040,000
1952 THE STOOGE Dean Martin, Jerry Lewis 2 $114,240,000
1952 SAILOR BEWARE Dean Martin, Jerry Lewis 1 1 $140,360,000
1952 JUMPING JACKS Dean Martin, Jerry Lewis 1 3 $130,570,000
1953 SCARED STIFF Dean Martin, Jerry Lewis 3 $100,610,000
1953 THE CADDY Dean Martin, Jerry Lewis 2 $100,920,000
1953 MONEY FROM HOME Dean Martin, Jerry Lewis 4 $100,300,000
1954 LIVING IT UP Dean Martin, Jerry Lewis 2 $163,390,000
1954 THREE RING CIRCUS Dean Martin, Jerry Lewis 6 $149,930,000
1955 YOU’RE NEVER TOO YOUNG Dean Martin, Jerry Lewis 5 $130,710,000
1955 ARTISTS AND MODELS Dean Martin, Jerry Lewis 2 $146,090,000
1956 PARDNERS Dean Martin, Jerry Lewis 4 $124,560,000
1956 HOLLYWOOD OR BUST Dean Martin, Jerry Lewis 4 $114,180,000
1957 THE DELICATE DELINQUENT Jerry Lewis, Martha Hyer 4 $117,640,000
1957 THE SAD SACK Jerry Lewis, David Wayne 1 1 $121,100,000
1958 ROCK-A-BYE BABY Jerry Lewis, Marilyn Maxwell 3 $107,260,000
1958 THE GEISHA BOY Jerry Lewis, Marie McDonald 5 $110,720,000
1959 DON’T GIVE UP THE SHIP Jerry Lewis, Dina Merrill 6 $135,690,000
1960 VISIT TO A SMALL PLANET Jerry Lewis, Joan Blackman 4 $108,550,000
1960 THE BELLBOY Jerry Lewis 7 $122,120,000
1960 CINDERFELLA Jerry Lewis, Ed Wynn 1 1 $98,370,000
1961 THE LADIES MAN Jerry Lewis, Helen Traubel 7 $70,200,000
1961 THE ERRAND BOY Jerry Lewis, Brian Donlevy 5
1962 IT’S ONLY MONEY Jerry Lewis, Joan O’Brien 5
1963 THE NUTTY PROFESSOR Jerry Lewis, Stella Stevens 5 $81,410,000
1964 THE PATSY Jerry Lewis, Ina Balin $46,500,000
1964 THE DISORDERLY ORDERLY Jerry Lewis, Glenda Farrell $50,230,000
1965 THE FAMILY JEWELS Jerry Lewis, Sebastian Cabot $44,530,000
1965 BOEING BOEING Tony Curtis, Jerry Lewis 9 $47,960,000
1966 THREE ON A COUCH Jerry Lewis, Janet Leigh $45,630,000
1966 WAY, WAY OUT Jerry Lewis, Connie Stevens $19,050,000
1967 THE BIG MOUTH Jerry Lewis, Harold J. Stone $28,830,000
1968 DON’T RAISE THE BRIDGE, LOWER THE RIVER Jerry Lewis, Terry-Thomas $14,530,000
1969 HOOK LINE AND SINKER Jerry Lewis, Peter Lawford 6 $8,500,000
1970 WHICH WAY TO THE FRONT Jerry Lewis, Jan Murray 9 $8,930,000
1981 HARDLY WORKING Jerry Lewis, Susan Oliver 1 1 $58,000,000
1983 THE KING OF COMEDY Robert De Niro, Jerry Lewis 20 $6,964,600
1989 COOKIE Peter Falk, Dianne Wiest 21 $4,073,200
1992 MR. SATURDAY NIGHT Billy Crystal, David Paymer 4 $27,828,700
1994 ARIZONA DREAM Johnny Depp, Jerry Lewis $223,800
1995 FUNNY BONES Jerry Lewis, Oliver Platt 50 $1,058,400
2016 MAX ROSE Jerry Lewis, Kerry Bishé 59 $67,600

NUMBER ONE BOX OFFICE HITS: 8
TOP TEN BOX OFFICE HITS: 33
TOTAL BOX OFFICE GROSS: $3,446,466,300 (Adjusted in 2016 USD)

Complete US Box Office Charts (week-by-week)
from Variety magazine are available here:
https://www.amazon.com/Weekly-Box-Office-Charts-1950s-ebook/dp/B071X33DBQ/