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posted on Jul, 18 2004 @ 01:36 PM
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Fahrenheit 9/11, the movie Disney refused to release, has pulled in over $100 worldwide so far and they'll probably get more once the DVD is released.

Disney sure seems to have made some poor choices this year.

Fahrenheit 9/11 had a Production Budget of $6 million and marketing costs of $10 million.
It has pulled in $100,389,000 in 26 days.

Hidalgo had a production budget of $100 million and marketing costs of $25 million.
It has pulled in $107,192,266 so far in 49 days.

Home on the range had a production and marketing budget of $110 million.
It has brought in $52,267,201 in 56 days.

King Arthur had a production budget of $120 million and marketing costs of $40 million.
It has pulled in only $37,876,000 in 12 days.

Around the world in 80 days had a Production Budget of $110 million and marketing costs of $30 million.
It has pulled in only $24,481,809 in 30 days.

The Alamo had a production budget of $107 million and marketing costs of $30 million.
It has pulled in only $24,005,653 in 28 days.

I was asked for a link, so here's one that lists some of Disney's movies for this year: Orlando Sentinel

[edit on 18-7-2004 by AceOfBase]




posted on Jul, 18 2004 @ 02:07 PM
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Nice Job AceOfBase


The numbers seem to be living up to the hype.

Wonder what the top staff at Disney are thinking about this now.

It's just a movie right?

Gazz



posted on Jul, 25 2004 @ 04:44 PM
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don't even kid yourdelf, the reason Disney didn't release it was a political favor to Bush/Republicians. This leads me to a question, what are they getting in return for it?



posted on Jul, 25 2004 @ 04:50 PM
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Disney didn't release it because it's not a Disney type film. Disney is (or is supposed to be) a pro-family organization. Not a revolutionary front for little children.
Also, your statistics are slanted and do not provide a full view as each time element you presented is a details various amounts of days.

It's simply anti-conservative/anti-Bush propaganda.
- Tass



posted on Jul, 25 2004 @ 04:58 PM
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Originally posted by mrmonsoon
This leads me to a question, what are they getting in return for it?

The sack! (from the shareholders!)

They probably hoped to make a lot more money on their other releases, but they lost most their good people a year or two back, when Eisner started peeing poeple off (or sacking them). Good judgement probably went with them.



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