Top Grossing Movies of 1939

One of my dad's favorite movies was Gunga Din. Gunga Din starred one of my favorite actors of all-time...Cary Grant. Gunga Din was the 5th biggest box office hit of 1939.

One of the Top Grossing Movies of 1939 was Gunga Din starring Cary Grant.

This movie page looks at The Top Grossing Movies of 19391939 is considered by many people to be the greatest year ever for movies.  So you would figure finding box office information on the greatest year in movie history would be pretty easy to find.  That however is simply not true!  The box office information that is out there for 1939 movies… sorry to say …..pretty damn weak!

Many sources list Gone With The Wind as the top grosser and list between 5 and 10 movies in a tie for 2nd place (like that happened). Others list the top grossing movies but do not included any figures (looking at you Wikipedia and Variety) to back up their rankings. There are many Top Ten 1939 box office hit lists out there…. but with the exception of Gone With The Wind as the number one movie grosser they all list different movies in different order.  For somebody looking for box office information on 1939 it is very very frustrating.  Over the years, we have researched and collected information on over 20,000 movies.  So we figured we would show all the 1939 movies in our database.

To make this list a movie had to be made in 1939.  Obviously many movies (Pygmalion and Angels Have Dirty Faces) made in 1938 earned box office dollars in 1939.  On the other side many movies made in 1939 made money in 1940 and later.  Gone With The Wind actually earned very little box office dollars 1939 but broke the bank in 1940 and many other years during its many re-releases.

This page will looks at 137 Top Grossing Movies of 1939.  The movies are listed in a massive table that lets you rank the movies from Best to Worst in six different sortable columns of information.

John Wayne in Stagecoach. Stagecoach was Wayne's big break. Stagecoach was his first of many box office hits.

John Wayne in Stagecoach. Stagecoach was Wayne’s big break. Stagecoach was his first of many box office hits.

Top Grossing Movies of 1939 Can Be Ranked 6 Ways In This Table

The really cool thing about this table is that it is “user-sortable”. Rank the movies anyway you want.

  • Sort Top Grossing Movies of 1939 by the stars or in some cases the director of the movie.  If you want to see the 5 James Stewart movies on the table…just type in his name in the search box and up they will come
  • Sort Top Grossing Movies of 1939 by domestic actual box office grosses
  • Sort Top Grossing Movies of 1939 by domestic adjusted box office grosses using current movie ticket cost.
  • Sort Top Grossing Movies of 1939 how they were received by critics and audiences.  60% rating or higher should indicate a good movie.
  • Sort by how many Oscar® nominations and how many Oscar® wins each Top Grossing Movies of 1939 received.
  • Sort Top Grossing Movies of 1939 by Ultimate Movie Rankings (UMR) Score.  UMR Score puts box office, reviews and awards into a mathematical equation and gives each movie a score.
  • *** Best Picture Oscar Nominee…..Gone With The Wind won
  • If there is link in the co-star column….that link takes you to our UMR page for that performer
RankMovie (Year)UMR CoStar LinksAdjusted BO Domestic (mil)Critic Audience RatingOscar Nom / WinUMR Score
Gone with the Wind (1939) ***Vivien Leigh & Clark Gable $1758.3090.00%13 / 0895.30
The Wizard of Oz (1939) ***Judy Garland$294.8086.50%06 / 0278.26
Mr. Smith Goes to Washington (1939) ***James Stewart & Claude Rains$289.0091.00%11 / 0181.37
Jesse James (1939)Henry Fonda & Tyrone Power & Randolph Scot$284.8068.00%00 / 0062.96
The Rains Came (1939)Myrna Loy & Tyrone Power$283.0063.50%06 / 0163.84
Babes in Arms (1939)Mickey Rooney & Judy Garland$278.3074.00%02 / 0066.58
Drums Along the Mohawk (1939)Henry Fonda & Claudette Colbert$264.9074.50%02 / 0066.82
Gunga Din (1939)Cary Grant & Joan Fontaine$242.3080.67%01 / 0069.31
Stanley and Livingstone (1939)Spencer Tracy & Walter Brennan$240.9067.50%00 / 0062.72
Goodbye Mr. Chips (1939) ***Robert Donat & Greer Garson$206.8079.50%07 / 0174.76
The Women (1939)Joan Crawford & Norma Shearer & Joan Fon$203.6083.50%00 / 0070.24
Dodge City (1939)Errol Flynn & Olivia de Havilland $203.3076.50%00 / 0066.96
Wuthering Heights (1939) ***Laurence Olivier & David Niven$198.7085.00%08 / 0183.55
Andy Hardy Gets Spring Fever (1939)Mickey Rooney$187.9065.00%00 / 0059.67
The Oklahoma Kid (1939)James Cagney & Humphrey Bogart$184.6058.00%00 / 0055.87
Another Thin Man (1939)Myrna Loy & William Powell$183.4080.50%00 / 0066.27
The Hunchback of Notre Dame (1939)Maureen O''Hara & Charles Laughton$180.6083.50%02 / 0068.03
Rose of Washington Square (1939)Tyrone Power$180.6065.00%00 / 0058.54
The Cat and the Canary (1939)Bob Hope$180.5071.00%00 / 0061.35
The Hardys Ride High (1939)Mickey Rooney$180.2062.50%00 / 0057.31
Beau Geste (1939)Gary Cooper & Susan Hayward$174.6086.00%02 / 0068.28
Judge Hardy and Son (1939)Mickey Rooney$173.7069.00%00 / 0059.35
The Old Maid (1939)Bette Davis$172.5076.50%00 / 0062.70
Union Pacific (1939)Barbara Stanwyck & Anthony Quinn & Joel$165.6066.50%01 / 0057.33
Jamaica Inn (1939)Maureen O''Hara & Charles Laughton$151.0053.50%00 / 0048.54
Swanee River (1939)Don Ameche & Al Jolson$150.5064.50%01 / 0054.05
Ninotchka (1939) ****Greta Garbo$150.5086.50%04 / 0068.59
Stagecoach (1939) ***John Wayne & Walter Wanger$149.6083.50%07 / 0269.43
Stand Up And Fight (1939)Robert Taylor$148.5058.50%00 / 0050.51
The Roaring Twenties (1939)James Cagney & Humphrey Bogart$146.9089.00%00 / 0064.60
The Little Princess (1939)Shirley Temple$144.5080.50%00 / 0060.24
Only Angels Have Wings (1939)Cary Grant & Rita Hayworth$144.5085.00%02 / 0063.15
Intermezzo: A Love Story (1939)Ingrid Bergman & Leslie Howard$144.5076.50%02 / 0059.16
Second Fiddle (1939)Tyrone Power$144.5060.50%01 / 0051.24
Four Wives (1939)Claude Rains$143.9065.00%00 / 0052.85
Bachelor Mother (1939)Ginger Rogers & David Niven$140.9080.00%02 / 0060.24
Juarez (1939)Bette Davis & John Garfield & Claude Rains<$140.8061.00%02 / 0051.29
Idiot's Delight (1939)Clark Gable & Norma Shearer$140.5054.00%00 / 0047.16
Dark Victory (1939) ***Bette Davis & Humphrey Bogart$140.3080.00%03 / 0063.55
The Story of Vernon and Irene Castle (1939)Ginger Rogers & Fred Astaire & Walter Br$134.9071.50%00 / 0054.51
Each Dawn I Die (1939)James Cagney$133.8072.50%00 / 0054.81
Lady of The Tropics (1939)Robert Taylor$125.5067.00%01 / 0051.34
Tarzan Finds a Son (1939)Johnny Weissmuller & Maureen O'Sullivan$125.1064.00%00 / 0049.47
Hollywood Cavalcade (1939)Buster Keaton$120.4065.00%00 / 0049.21
The Private Lives of Elizabeth and Essex (1939)Errol Flynn & Bette Davis$115.0071.00%05 / 0053.19
Fifth Avenue Girl (1939)Ginger Rogers$114.4067.50%00 / 0049.45
The Story of Alexander Graham Bell (1939)Henry Fonda$114.4057.50%00 / 0044.75
That's Right - You're Wrong (1939)Lucille Ball$111.5062.00%00 / 0046.42
In Name Only (1939)Cary Grant & Kay Francis & Carole Lombard$111.5071.00%00 / 0050.65
The Star Maker (1939)Bing Crosby$107.8062.50%00 / 0046.09
Daughters Courageous (1939)John Garfield & Claude Rains$106.1064.50%00 / 0046.77
The Light That Failed (1939)Ronald Colman$105.5060.00%00 / 0044.55
First Love (1939)Deanna Durbin$105.4074.00%03 / 0052.32
Three Smart Girls Grow Up (1939)Deanna Durbin$99.1068.00%00 / 0047.32
Gulliver's Travels (1939)Lanny Ross & Jessica Dragonette$98.5068.00%02 / 0048.03
Dancing Co-Ed (1939)Lana Turner$98.2076.00%00 / 0050.94
They Made Me a Criminal (1939)John Garfield & Claude Rains$96.5067.00%00 / 0046.45
Susannah of the Mounties (1939)Shirley Temple & Randolph Scott$96.3068.00%00 / 0046.89
When Tomorrow Comes (1939)Irene Dunne$96.3062.50%01 / 0145.31
Confessions of a Nazi Spy (1939)Edward G. Robinson$96.0062.00%00 / 0044.02
Dust Be My Destiny (1939)John Garfield$94.9069.00%00 / 0047.14
The Golden Boy (1939)William Holden & Barbara Stanwyck$90.9056.50%01 / 0041.05
Eternally Yours (1939)David Niven & Walter Wanger$90.6053.00%01 / 0039.35
Young Mr. Lincoln (1939)Henry Fonda$90.3083.00%01 / 0053.41
Honeymoon in Bali (1939)Fred MacMurray$87.3063.50%00 / 0043.37
The Ice Follies of 1939 (1939)James Stewart & Joan Crawford$87.3051.00%00 / 0037.50
Destry Rides Again (1939)James Stewart & Marlene Dietrich$87.3084.67%00 / 0053.32
Lucky Night (1939)Myrna Loy & Robert Taylor$86.2053.50%00 / 0038.50
East Side of Heaven (1939)Bing Crosby$84.3064.00%00 / 0043.15
Adventures of Huckleberry Finn (1939)Mickey Rooney$82.5071.50%00 / 0046.39
Allegheny Uprising (1939)John Wayne$79.5058.00%00 / 0039.58
The Real Glory (1939)Gary Cooper & David Niven$78.9058.00%00 / 0039.49
Of Mice and Men (1939) ***Burgess Meredith & Lon Chaney Jr.$78.3085.00%04 / 0062.69
Frontier Marshall (1939)Randolph Scott$77.7064.50%00 / 0042.36
Invisible Stripes (1939)Humphrey Bogart & William Holden$76.5062.50%00 / 0041.24
Fast and Loose (1939)Robert Montgomery$74.1062.50%00 / 0040.87
Day-Time Wife (1939)Tyrone Power$72.3058.00%00 / 0038.47
Calling Dr. Kildaire (1939)Lana Turner$68.0043.00%00 / 0030.75
Midnight (1939)Claudette Colbert$68.0086.00%00 / 0050.96
Man of Conquest (1939)Joan Fontaine$67.7065.00%03 / 0042.24
Remember? (1939)Robert Taylor & Greer Garson$66.8055.00%00 / 0036.20
It's a Wonderful World (1939)James Stewart & Claudette Colbert$65.0075.33%00 / 0045.48
Love Affair (1939) ***Irene Dunne$64.7077.00%06 / 0051.62
Clouds Over Europe (1939)Laurence Olivier$63.5068.50%00 / 0042.04
Sergeant Madden (1939)Josef Von Sternberg$63.2056.00%00 / 0036.12
Paris Honeymoon (1939)Bing Crosby$63.2062.50%00 / 0039.18
Balalaika (1939)Nelson Eddy & Frank Morgan$61.1064.00%01 / 0039.95
Winter Carnival (1939)Walter Wanger$61.0047.00%00 / 0031.55
Let Us Live (1939)Henry Fonda$59.8069.00%00 / 0041.70
Five Came Back (1939)Lucille Ball$58.6064.00%00 / 0039.16
Angels Wash Their Faces (1939)Ronald Reagan$58.5061.00%00 / 0037.74
Adventures of Sherlock Holmes (1939)Basil Rathbone & Nigel Bruce$58.1082.00%00 / 0047.55
Raffles (1939)Olivia de Havilland & David Niven$57.2061.50%00 / 0037.77
At The Circus (1939)Marx Brothers$56.6072.00%00 / 0042.61
Mr. Moto's Last Warning (1939)Peter Lorre$56.2056.50%00 / 0035.27
Naughty But Nice (1939)Dick Powell & Ann Sheridan$53.6059.00%00 / 0036.04
Blackwell's Island (1939)John Garfield$53.5061.00%00 / 0036.96
Slightly Honorable (1939)Walter Wanger$53.5069.00%00 / 0040.72
Blackmail (1939)Edward G. Robinson$51.6064.50%00 / 0038.32
These Glamour Girls (1939)Lana Turner$51.3064.50%00 / 0038.27
Hell's Kitchen (1939)Ronald Reagan$51.2060.00%00 / 0036.14
Secret Service of the Air (1939)Ronald Reagan$47.6050.50%00 / 0031.12
Invitation to Happiness (1939)Irene Dunne & Fred MacMurray$47.5066.00%00 / 0038.38
Never Say Die (1939)Bob Hope$45.2068.50%00 / 0039.21
Son of Frankenstein (1939)Boris Karloff & Basil Rathbone$43.4070.00%00 / 0039.63
The Return of Dr. X (1939)Humphrey Bogart$42.3040.50%00 / 0025.60
Made For Each Other (1939)James Stewart & Carole Lombard$39.7066.67%00 / 0037.48
King of the Underworld (1939)Humphrey Bogart & Kay Francis$38.4074.00%00 / 0040.73
Society Lawyer (1939)Walter Pidgeon$37.6057.50%00 / 0032.85
Maisie (1939)Robert Young & Ruth Hussey$37.3064.00%00 / 0035.86
You Can't Get Away with Murder (1939)Humphrey Bogart$37.2058.00%00 / 0033.03
Wings of the Navy (1939)Olivia de Havilland $36.1061.50%00 / 0034.50
You Can't Cheat an Honest Man (1939)W.C. Fields & Edgar Bergen$33.7079.00%00 / 0042.35
Nick Carter Master Detective (1939)Walter Pidgeon$33.2056.00%00 / 0031.47
Stronger Than Desire (1939)Walter Pidgeon$31.7057.00%00 / 0031.70
They Shall Have Music (1939)Joel McCrea & Walter Brennan$31.3071.00%01 / 0038.62
Nurse Edith Cavell (1939)Anna Neagle & George Sanders$30.7064.00%01 / 0035.24
Our Leading Citizen (1939)Susan Hayward$29.6059.00%00 / 0032.32
Espionage Agent (1939)Joel McCrea$29.1055.00%00 / 0030.36
Mr. Moto in Danger Island (1939)Peter Lorre$28.2060.00%00 / 0032.57
6000 Enemies (1939)Walter Pidgeon$28.1051.50%00 / 0028.56
$1000 a Touchdown (1939)Susan Hayward$27.1056.00%00 / 0030.52
Some Like It Hot (1939)Bob Hope$27.1064.00%00 / 0034.28
Mr. Moto Takes a Vacation (1939)Peter Lorre$23.5061.00%00 / 0032.31
Torchy Blane in Chinatown (1939)Glenda Farrell & Tom Kennedy$22.6061.00%00 / 0032.17
Nancy Drew and the Hidden Staircase (1939)Bonita Granville & John Litel$22.6068.00%00 / 0035.46
Smashing the Money Ring (1939)Ronald Reagan & Margot Stevenson$22.4055.00%00 / 0029.32
On Trial (1939)Margaret Lindsay & John Litel$21.8059.00%00 / 0031.11
Code of the Secret Service (1939)Ronald Reagan$19.8043.00%00 / 0023.28
The Man Who Dared (1939)Jane Bryan & Charley Grapewin$17.7060.00%00 / 0030.94
Women in The Wind (1939)Kay Francis$17.2044.00%00 / 0023.35
My Son Is Guilty (1939)Glenn Ford$17.0050.50%00 / 0026.38
No Place To Go (1939)Dennis Morgan & Gloria Dickson$16.4060.50%00 / 0030.98
New Frontier (1939)Jennifer Jones & John Wayne$15.1057.50%00 / 0029.36
Heaven with a Barbed Wire Fence (1939)Glenn Ford$15.1051.50%00 / 0026.54
Bad Lands (1939)Robert Barrat & Noah Berry Jr.$13.0062.00%00 / 0031.16
one With The Wind is easily the most famous movie of 1939...but did you know it opened in theaters in late December of 1939? So the most successful movie of all-time actually earned very little box office dollars in 1939.

Clark Gable and Vivien Leigh in 1939’s Gone With The Wind

Gone With The Wind Release Schedule and Box Office Results 1939-2014

  • Gone With The Wind is easily the most famous movie of 1939…but did you know it opened in theaters in late December of 1939?
  •  So the most successful movie of all-time actually earned very little box office dollars in 1939.
ReleaseYearBox Office Rentals (Million)Box Office Gross (Million)Domestic Adjusted Box Office (Million)Trivia and Yearly Box Office Rank
11939-40$14.15$31.13$661.35Year 1 of first run. #1 box office movie of 1940
21941 $5.56 $12.23$259.87Year 2 of 1st run. #2 box office movie of 1941
31942 $1.52 $3.34$71.78Year 3 of 1st run. #56 box office movie of 1942
41947$3.51$7.72$124.271st re-release. #16 box office movie of 1947
51954$5.27$11.59$147.85Movie seen on widescreens for first time. #7 box office movie of 1954
61961$6.70$14.74$117.35Commemorated the 100th anniversary of the start of the Civil War. #9 box office movie of 1961.
71967$29.22$64.28$301.75Movie transfered to 70 MM. #3 box office movie of 1967.
81971$1.29$2.83$10.115th re-release. #78 box office movie of 1971.
91974 $7.29 $16.03$51.6Was MGM concerned The Godfather or The Exorcist was going to overtake #1 spot? #26 box office movie of 1974.
101989N/A$2.4$4.5850th anniversary - audio and video restoration
111998N/A$6.75$9.808th re-release
122013N/AN/AN/AUnited Kingdom did a 4k restoration
132014N/AN/AN/ASpecial showing for 75th anniversary

My Main Sources

Source 1: Eddie Mannix MGM Ledgers

Source 2: C.J. Tevlin RKO Ledgers

Source 3: Variety Magazine – January 3rd 1940

Source 4: Year In Review Variety Editions – 1941,1942,1947,1954,1961,1968,1971,1974

Source 5: Grand Design: Hollywood As A Modern Business Enterprise 1930-1939 by Tino Balio

Source 6:  Wikipedia – 1939 in film

Source 7:

Source 8:  “Revenue sharing and the coming of sound” by H. Mark Glancy

Source 9:  Professor Steve Lensman  Film Department Heston University.

Source 10:  Hundreds of autobiographies and biographies of star performers.  Sadly most of the time a book will say….”the movie did well at the box office or the movie did not perform as well as they were hoping”…those comments are no help at all…..but every once in awhile a book will give specific box office information.

How the Box Office Numbers were Calculated 

Sadly in 1939….BoxOfficeMojo was not around to keep track of box office earnings. Back then earnings seem to be a secret and a secret that needed to be safely locked up.  When studios did report box office stats they used “box office rentals”.  Box office rentals were the amount of money the studio got back from the theaters.  It is NOT the box office gross.  I created a computer program that looked at box office rentals and known box office grosses in my database.  My program found over 2,000 movies that matched that criteria and came up with an average of 2.2.  Meaning that box office gross was 2.2 times greater than box office rentals.  It is not an exact calculation….but it is the multiplier I used to calculate the grosses.  For example:  Looking at my dad’s favorite movie, Gunga Din.  Gunga Din returned to RKO studies $2,012,000 million in box office rentals.  Using my multiplier of 2.2….I calculate that the box office gross was $4,430,000 million in 1939. 

If a big budget movie made $4.43 million today it would be considered a huge box office bomb (can you say The Adventures of Pluto Nash?).  To compare box office results from movies from different eras you have to use tickets sold as the common denominator.  Back in 1939 the average movie admission was .28 cents (Box Office Mojo says it is .23 cents…but I disagree with their number).  So you take the box office gross and divide it by average movie admission….in this case…$4.43 million divided by $.23 you get 15.8 million tickets sold in 1939. Now (have I lost you yet?) you take the average movie admission price today ($8.14) and multiply that by tickets sold.  15.8 * $8.14 = $128.61 million  So if Gunga Din was released this year it would earn about $128.61 million.  Gunga Din’s unadjusted box office total of 4.43 million would rank as the 153rd highest grossing film of 2014….right behind The Skelton Twins.  But if we look at Gunga Din’s adjusted box office total of $128.61 million…it would rank as the 23rd highest grossing movie of 2014….one spot ahead of Lucy.

The ones that got away.  There are so many more movies from 1939.  My Top Ten movies that I am still searching for their box office totals.  First Love, The Great Victor Herbert, The Man In The Iron Mask, Four Feathers, Thunder Afloat, 6,000 Enemies, Stand Up And Fight, and Yes, My Darling Daughter …..the seach continues.

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20 thoughts on “Top Grossing Movies of 1939

  1. You have the absolute best site for Hollywood film statistics! I especially enjoy checking out the year end reviews with the actual box office grosses (domestic and world wide…). I have a couple questions: 1) Are you planning on adding any additional yearly reviews + how far back can you go for accurate information? The earliest box office info I’ve ever seen was from Birth of a Nation from 1915; the numbers are all over the place. 2) There appears to be a few differences of opinion on the rental vs gross percentage; from all of the information I read over the years historically rentals could go as high as 70% to the studios on particular film titles while conversely lesser films were sold on a flat rate per screen basis. I guess my question is how did you get the 44% average? Thanks!

    1. Hey John…..thanks for a great comment. Eventually we will get all the years done….currently the way our database is set up….the yearly pages are pretty difficult to do. I have about 25 more movies for 1939 to add to this one. Is there a particular year you are interested in?

      The unresolved question of the box office of Birth Of A Nation. If you can ever get your hands on a copy of Variety May 4th, 1983…they give a lengthy essay on the box office rental number of that movie. According to that….Birth of a Nation earned 10 million in gross…..which is the amount I have in my database…which translates to about $648.50 million in today’s grosses. Is that number right? Who really knows… seems D.W. Griffin was constantly over estimating the success of his movies.

      When I started doing this page…I used one % for everything….about 10 months ago…I discovered some new information that made me change my entire calculation….it is really explained better here.

      That page probably provides more information than you ever wanted to know…..but you did ask…lol.
      Thanks again for the nice words and the visit.

      1. It’s hard to definite the box office number for Birth of a Nation because it’s exploitation was special. It played non stop until 1921. And it was released many times. In 1923, 1924, 1925 and 1930-31.
        According to Variety, it grossed $705 000 in 47 weeks at the Liberty of New-York in 1915 (Variety of 04/22/1921).
        For the 1923’s reissue the US rentals are $450 000 (Variety of 03/25/1925), and for the 1925′ reissue they were $500 000 (Variety of 09/05/1928).
        The 03/18/1921, Variety gave the US rental number of $2 125 000.
        Finally, I’ve just found the number of $5 200 000 worldwide rental in four years. It provide to the David W. Griffith collection, according to Jant Wasko.

        1. Hey Laurent…thanks for sharing this great information on Birth of a Nation. My calculations would put Birth of a Nation as the 24th biggest hit of all-time when looking at Adjusted Box Office totals..but Box Office Mojo does not list it at all. I think it is safe to say that Birth of a Nation was the Gone With The Wind, Sound of Music, The Godfather, Star Wars, ET, Jurassic Park, Titanic and Avatar of it’s time. Great comment. 🙂

  2. hello bruce,

    Thanks for all theworks you do and for 1939 one of the best years for films in USA and of course there is the incredible succes of GONE WITH THE WIND in USA and after war all over the world it was really a smash hit and with return every ten years…..

    may i suggest you to open a page for 1929/ 1930 because it was the first years of talking and it changes quite a lot the CINEMA. So many new STARS and so many HAS BEEN in the mean time, Hollywood changes and became the magical movies years of the

    bye and this istime for vacations in france

    1. Hey Pierre….glad you like this page….it is actually about to get yet another update….as I have found another 20 grosses for another 20 movies. As for a page on 1929/1930….I will add that to the request list….currently I do not have many movies to include….but the movies found increase each and every day. Hope you enjoy your vacation.

  3. Thank You for all this hard work. I am fascinated by these type of statistics; and can spend hours reading these. I owe you dinner!–hell, maybe two dinners.

    1. Hey Len….thank you….your comment is greatly appreciated. Months later…I still think this is the best thing out there when it comes to box office grosses and the great movie year of 1939. Glad the information kept you reading so long.

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