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List of highest-grossing musicals

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The following is a list of highest-grossing musicals, including musical theatre productions and musical films.

Highest-grossing musical theatre franchises

Worldwide revenue

The following is a list of the top 10 highest-grossing musical theatre franchises worldwide based on limited available data. The following figures include revenue grossed from ticket sales in theatres across the world.[1][2]

Note that the following gross figures are nominal, not adjusted for inflation, and do not take into account rising ticket prices. As such, the list gives far more weight to more recent musicals.

The Lion King sits at the top, with a gross of $8.2 billion worldwide.

Rank Musical Debut year Gross revenue (US$) Ref
1 The Lion King 1997 $8,251,556,700[a] [b]
2 The Phantom of the Opera 1986 $6,060,000,000[a] [c]
3 Mamma Mia! 1999 $4,000,000,000 [5]
4 Cats 1981 $3,565,624,091[d] [e]
5 Wicked 2003 $3,530,000,000[f] [g]
6 Les Misérables 1980 $2,708,535,588[f] [h]
7 Miss Saigon 1989 $1,636,259,976[f] [i]
8 Jersey Boys 2004 $1,644,848,098[f] [j]
9 Beauty and the Beast 1993 $1,600,000,000[f] [1]
10 Starlight Express 1984 $1,200,000,000[f]

Broadway revenue (since 1982)

The following is a list of the top 25 highest-grossing Broadway musicals since 1982, based on data collected by the Broadway League. These grosses do not take into account the effects of inflation and as such the list is heavily skewed in favor of more recent Broadway shows. Moreover, the Broadway League did not begin collecting gross data until June 1984.[12] Hence, accurate pre-1984 gross data is not available and this list should not be considered accurate for musicals that premiered on Broadway before that year.

The Lion King sits at the top, with a Broadway gross of $1.6 billion.

Dates refer to original Broadway productions, with notes added for future productions that outran the Broadway run.

  currently running Background shading indicates shows running in the week commencing 20 May 2022 in Broadway theatres.
Rank Musical Original production Revivals Number of performances Gross revenue (US$) Ref
Debut year Closing year No. of performances
1 The Lion King currently running 1997 present 9,195 N/A TBD $1,657,407,012 [3]
2 Wicked currently running 2003 present 6,728 N/A TBD $1,345,482,298 [8]
3 The Phantom of the Opera currently running 1988 present 13,264 N/A TBD $1,241,017,579 [4]
4 Chicago currently running 1975 1977 936 1996–present TBD $656,495,931[k] [13]
5 The Book of Mormon currently running 2011 present 3,642 N/A TBD $644,811,371 [14]
6 Mamma Mia! 2001 2015 5,758 N/A 5,758 $624,391,693 [15]
7 Hamilton currently running 2015 present 1,812 N/A TBD $612,820,842 [16]
8 Jersey Boys 2005 2017 4,642 N/A 4,642 $558,416,092 [11]
9 Les Misérables 1987 2003 6,680 2006; 2014–2016 8,167 $514,794,489 [l]
10 Cats 1982 2000 7,485 2016–2017 8,078 $453,624,091[k] [m]
11 Beauty and the Beast 1994 2007 5,461 N/A 5,461 $429,158,458 [19]
12 Aladdin currently running 2011 present TBD N/A TBD $409,432,471 [20]
13 Miss Saigon 1991 2001 4,092 2017 4,475 $322,103,948 [21]
14 Kinky Boots 2013 2019 2,505 N/A 2,505 $318,990,092 [22]
15 Mary Poppins 2006 2013 2,619 N/A 2,619 $294,558,648 [23]
16 The Producers 2001 2007 2,502 N/A 2,502 $288,361,724 [13]
17 Rent 1996 2008 5,123 N/A 5,123 $274,248,128
18 Hairspray 2002 2009 2,642 N/A 2,642 $252,181,270
19 Beautiful: The Carole King Musical' 2014 2019 2,418 N/A TBD $250,000,000
20 Dear Evan Hansen currently running 2016 present 1,256 N/A TBD $226,487,901 [24]
21 Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark 2011 2014 1,066 N/A 1,066 $212,406,040 [13]
22 Matilda the Musical 2013 20175 1,554 N/A 1,554 $198,165,852
23 Billy Elliot the Musical 2008 20126 1,312 N/A 1,312 $183,514,398
24 Spamalot 2005 2009 1,575 N/A 1,575 $175,000,000 [25]
25 Aida 2000 2004 1,852 N/A 1,852 $165,928,398 [13]

Highest-grossing musical films

Box office revenue

Note that the following gross figures are nominal, not adjusted for inflation, and do not take into account rising ticket prices, or differences in ticket prices between different countries. When adjusted for inflation, the highest-grossing musical films are The Sound of Music, with an inflation-adjusted worldwide gross of $2,572,000,000; followed by Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, with an inflation-adjusted worldwide gross of $1,977,000,000 (both as of 2019).[n] The top five films are among the highest-grossing films of all time.

Rank Film Year Worldwide gross (US$) Country Ref
1 The Lion King 2019 $1,656,943,394 United States [26]
2 Frozen II 2019 $1,450,026,933 United States [27]
3 Frozen[o] 2013 $1,290,000,000 United States [# 1]
4 Beauty and the Beast 2017 $1,263,521,126 United States [28]
5 Aladdin 2019 $1,050,693,953 United States [29]
6 The Lion King 1994 $968,483,777 United States [30]
7 The Jungle Book 2016 $966,550,600 United States [31]
8 Bohemian Rhapsody 2018 $903,655,259 United States [32]
9 Moana 2016 $643,331,111 United States [33]
10 Sing 2016 $634,151,679 United States [34]
11 Mamma Mia! 2008 $609,881,238 United States [35]
12 Tangled 2010 $591,794,936 United States [36]
13 Aladdin 1992 $504,050,219 United States [37]
14 Rio 2 2014 $500,101,972 United States [38]
15 Rio 2011 $484,635,760 United States [39]
16 Charlie and the Chocolate Factory 2005 $474,968,763 United States [40]
17 Tarzan 1999 $448,191,819 United States [41]
18 La La Land 2016 $446,092,357 United States [42]
19 Alvin and the Chipmunks: The Squeakquel 2009 $443,140,005 United States [43]
20 Les Misérables 2012 $441,809,770 United States [44]
21 The Greatest Showman 2017 $434,993,183 United States [45]
22 A Star Is Born 2018 $434,888,866 United States [46]
23 Beauty and the Beast 1991 $424,967,620 United States [47]
24 Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs 1937 $418,229,510 United States [48]
25 Sing 2 2021 $401,454,720 United States [49]
26 Mamma Mia: Here We Go Again! 2018 $394,745,881 United States [50]
27 Home 2015 $386,041,607 United States [51]
28 Happy Feet 2006 $384,335,608 United States,Australia [52]
29 The Jungle Book 1967 $378,000,000 United States [53]
30 Alvin and the Chipmunks 2007 $361,336,633 United States [54]
31 Mary Poppins Returns 2018 $349,537,494 United States [55]
32 The Lorax 2012 $348,840,316 United States [56]
33 Trolls 2016 $346,864,462 United States [57]
34 Pocahontas 1995 $346,079,773 United States [58]
35 Alvin and the Chipmunks: Chipwrecked 2011 $342,695,435 United States [59]
36 Enchanted 2007 $340,487,652 United States [60]
37 The Hunchback of Notre Dame 1996 $325,338,851 United States [61]
38 The Polar Express 2004 $314,215,454 United States [62]
39 Chicago 2002 $306,776,732 United States [63]
40 Mulan 1998 $304,320,254 United States [64]
41 Pitch Perfect 2 2015 $287,506,194 United States [65]
42 The Sound of Music 1965 $286,214,286 United States [66]
43 Saturday Night Fever 1977 $282,400,000 United States [67]
44 Baahubali 2: The Conclusion 2017 $278,000,000 India [68]
45 The Princess and the Frog 2009 $267,045,765 United States [69]
46 Cinderella 1950 $263,591,415 United States [66]
47 High School Musical 3: Senior Year 2008 $252,909,177 United States [70]
48 Hercules 1997 $252,712,101 United States [71]
49 Encanto 2021 $252,423,364 United States [72]
50 Brother Bear 2003 $250,397,798 United States [73]

Timeline of highest-grossing musical films

Title Established Record-setting gross Ref
The Jazz Singer 1927 $2,625,000R [# 2][# 3]
The Singing Fool 1928 $5,916,000R [# 2][# 3]
Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs[p] 1938 $8,000,000R [# 4]
1940 $8,500,000R [# 5][# 6]
This Is the Army 1946 $8,500,000*R [74]
1951 $10,445,000R [# 2][# 7]
White Christmas 1954 $12,000,000*R [# 7]
Awaara (The Vagabond) 1954 $12,100,000 [q]
1955 $13,200,000
Mother India 1957 $17,000,000 I [75][76]
Mughal-e-Azam (The Great Mughal) 1960 $24,000,000 I [77][78]
White Christmas 1960 $30,000,000* [# 8]
South Pacific 1961 $30,000,000R [# 9]
West Side Story 1961 $31,800,000R [# 10]
Mary Poppins 1966 $44,000,000$50,000,000R [# 11][# 12][79]
The Sound of Music 1966 $125,000,000 [80]
1978 $286,214,076 [# 13]
Grease 1978 $341,000,000 [# 14]
Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs 1993 $418,200,000 [# 15]
Aladdin[r] 1993 $504,050,219 [# 16][# 17]
The Lion King 1994 $768,000,000 [# 18]
2002 $783,841,776 [# 19]
2011 $968,483,777 [# 20]
Frozen[o] 2014 $1,287,000,000 [# 1]
2017 $1,290,000,000
The Lion King 2019 $1,656,943,394 [26]

R Distributor rentals.[s]
* US and Canada gross only.
I India gross only.

Highest-grossing opening weekends

The following is a list of the biggest opening weekends for musical films worldwide.

Rank Film Opening weekend Year Country Ref
1 Frozen II $358,503,293 2019 United States [81]
2 Beauty and the Beast $357,026,593 2017 United States [82][83]
3 The Lion King $245,953,703 2019 United States [84]
4 Aladdin $214,700,000 2019 United States [85][83]
5 The Jungle Book $132,200,000 2016 United States [86][83]
6 Frozen $110,600,000 2013 United States [87][83]
7 Rio $94,164,414 2011 United States [88]
8 High School Musical 3: Senior Year $84,652,689 2008 United States [89]
9 Baahubali 2: The Conclusion $80,771,971 2017 India [90]
10 2.0 $76,035,064 2018 India [91]
11 Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again $77,852,180 2018 United States [92]
12 Moana $73,809,195 2016 United States [93]
13 Alvin and the Chipmunks: The Squeakquel $72,362,847 2009 United States [94]
14 The Lorax $70,580,986 2012 United States [95]
15 Tangled $66,140,737 2010 United States [96]
16 Bohemian Rhapsody $63,541,055 2018 United States [97]
17 A Star Is Born $57,108,051 2018 United States [98]
18 Charlie and the Chocolate Factory $56,178,450 2005 United States [99]
19 Home $52,107,731 2015 United States [100]
20 Rio 2 $49,919,485 2014 United States [101]
21 Sultan $48,812,938 2016 India [102]
22 Trolls $46,581,142 2016 United States [103]
23 Mary Poppins Returns $45,616,929 2018 United States [104]
24 Alvin and the Chipmunks $44,307,417 2007 United States [105]
25 Happy Feet $42,508,432 2006 United States, Australia [106]
26 Enchanted $42,204,913 2007 United States [107]
27 The Lion King $40,888,194 1994 United States [30]
28 Alvin and the Chipmunks: Chipwrecked $36,563,364 2011 United States [108]
29 Sing $35,258,145 2016 United States [109]
30 Tarzan $34,221,968 1999 United States [110]
31 Padmaavat $32,544,470 2018 India [111]
32 Dhoom 3 $33,160,000 2013 India [112]
33 Rocketman $32,525,722 2018 United States [113]
34 Hannah Montana: The Movie $32,421,521 2009 United States [114]
35 Hairspray $31,682,114 2007 United States [115]
36 Les Misérables $31,481,735 2012 United States [116]
37 Kabali $31,438,211 2016 India [117]
38 Thugs of Hindostan $29,903,713 2018 India [118]
39 Sanju $29,535,236 2018 India [111]
40 The Muppets $30,839,026 2011 United States[119]
41 Sarkar $29,244,255 2018 India [120]
42 The Lion King in 3D $30,151,614 2011 United States [121]
43 Secret Superstar $30,000,000 2018 India [122]
44 Pitch Perfect 3 $29,728,525 2017 United States [123]
45 Dangal $29,561,591 2016 India [112]
46 Pocahontas $29,531,619 1995 United States [124]
47 Mamma Mia! $29,353,886 2008 United States [125]
48 Bajrangi Bhaijaan $29,186,977 2015 India [112]
49 Tiger Zinda Hai $29,022,628 2017 India [112]
50 Prem Ratan Dhan Payo $28,861,187 2015 India [126]

Timeline of highest-grossing openings

Title Year Record-setting gross Ref
Awaara (The Vagabond) 1955 $114,000 C R [q]
Mughal-e-Azam (The Great Mughal) 1960 $860,000 I R [127][78]
Saturday Night Fever 1977 $3,878,099* [128]
Grease 1978 $8,941,717* [129]
The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas 1982 $11,874,268* [130][131]
Staying Alive 1983 $12,146,143* [130][132]
Aladdin 1992 $25,784,522* [133]
The Lion King 1994 $40,888,194 [30]
Charlie and the Chocolate Factory 2005 $56,178,450 [99]
High School Musical 3: Senior Year 2008 $84,652,689 [89]
Rio 2011 $94,164,414 [88]
Frozen 2013 $110,600,000 [87]
The Jungle Book 2016 $132,200,000 [86]
Beauty and the Beast 2017 $357,026,593 [82]
Frozen II 2019 $358,503,293 [81]

R Distributor rentals.
* US and Canada gross only.
I India gross only.
C China gross only.

Highest-grossing musical films by year

The following is a list of highest-grossing musical film by year. Disney top the list 27 times. All films in The Jungle Book, Saturday Night Fever, Beauty and the Beast, The Lion King, Rio are on the list, along with Alvin and the Chipmunks franchises are the most represented franchises each have two films on the list.

Year Title Worldwide gross Budget Ref
1937 Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs $418,200,000 ($8,000,000)R $1,488,423 [# 15][# 4]
1943 This Is the Army $10,445,000R ($8,500,000)* TBD [# 2][# 7]
1951 Awaara (The Vagabond) $30,660,000 ($4,830,000)I TBD [q]
1952 Aan (The Savage Princess) $6,042,410 ($5,880,000)I TBD [t]
1953 Peter Pan $145,000,000 ($7,000,000) $3,000,0004,000,000 [# 21]
1954 White Christmas $30,000,000 ($12,000,000)*R TBD [# 7][# 8]
1955 Oklahoma! $7,100,000R* $6,800,000 [# 22]
Guys and Dolls $9,063,000R $5,500,000 [# 23]
Shree 420 (Mr. 420) $10,380,000 ($8,190,000)I TBD [u]
Lady and the Tramp $187,000,000 ($6,500,000)*R $4,000,000 [# 24][# 25]
1956 The King and I $21,300,000* $4,550,000 [# 26][# 27]
1957 Mother India $17,000,000 I $1,300,000 [75][134][76]
1958 South Pacific $30,000,000R ($6,400,000)* $5,610,000 [# 9][135]
1959 Sleeping Beauty $51,600,000* ($5,300,000)R $6,000,000 [# 28][# 29][# 30][# 31]
1960 Mughal-e-Azam (The Great Mughal) $24,000,000 I $2,250,000 [77][78]
1961 West Side Story $31,800,000R $7,000,000 [# 10]
1962 The Music Man $14,953,846* TBD [136]
1963 The Sword in the Stone $22,182,353*R ($13,050,777)*R $3,000,000 [# 32][# 33][# 34]
1964 Mary Poppins $102,272,727* ($30,000,000)R $4,400,000-$4,600,000 [137][138][79]
1965 The Sound of Music $286,214,076 ($20,000,000)*R $8,000,000 [# 13][# 10][139]
1966 Phool Aur Patthar $24,680,000 TBD [v]
1967 The Jungle Book $378,000,000 ($23,800,000)R $4,000,000 [53][# 35][145]
1968 Funny Girl $52,000,000* $14,100,000 [146][147]
1969 Paint Your Wagon $31,700,000* $20,000,000 [148]
1970 The Aristocats $191,000,000 ($26,462,000)R $4,000,000 [53][149]
Hello Dolly! $26,000,000R $25,000,000 [# 36][# 37]
1971 Fiddler on the Roof $83,387,607 $9,000,000 [150]
1972 Cabaret $41,326,446 $2,300,000 [136][151]
1973 Bobby $39,000,000 TBD [152][153]
1974 That's Entertainment! $26,890,200 TBD [154]
1975 The Rocky Horror Picture Show $112,892,319 $1,400,000 [155][154][156]
1976 A Star is Born $80,000,000 $6,000,000 [157]
1977 Saturday Night Fever $282,400,000 $3,500,000 [67][158]
1978 Grease $395,452,066 ($341,000,000) $6,000,000 [# 38][# 14][# 39]
1979 The Muppet Movie $76,657,000 ($65,000,000)* $8,000,000 [159][160]
1980 The Blues Brothers $115,229,890 $30,000,000 [161]
1981 The Fox and the Hound $63,456,988* ($39,900,000)* $12,000,000 [# 40][# 41]
1982 Disco Dancer $106,000,000 TBD [152][162]
1983 Staying Alive $64,892,670 $22,000,000 [163][164]
1984 Footloose $80,035,402 $8,200,000 [165]
1985 Ram Teri Ganga Maili $15,400,000 I TBD [166][167]
1986 Little Shop of Horrors $38,982,260 $25,000,000 [168]
1987 Dirty Dancing $214,577,242 $6,000,000 [169]
1988 Oliver and Company $121,000,000+ ($100,000,000)+ $31,000,000 [# 42][# 43][# 44]
1989 The Little Mermaid $233,000,000 ($84,355,863)* $40,000,000 [53][# 45][# 46]
1990 Dil $10,300,000 I TBD [170][171]
1991 Beauty and the Beast $424,967,620 ($351,863,363) $25,000,000 [# 47]
1992 Aladdin $504,050,219 $28,000,000 [# 48][# 17]
1993 The Nightmare Before Christmas $81,877,069 ($50,003,043)* $18,000,000 [# 49][# 50]
1994 The Lion King $968,483,777 ($766,964,132) $45,000,000 [# 51]
1995 Pocahontas $346,079,773 $55,000,000 [124]
1996 The Hunchback of Notre Dame $325,338,851 $100,000,000 [172]
1997 Hercules $252,712,101 $85,000,000 [173]
1998 Mulan $304,320,254 $90,000,000 [174]
1999 Tarzan $448,191,819 $130,000,000 [175]
2000 Coyote Ugly $113,916,474 $45,000,000 [176]
2001 Moulin Rouge! $179,213,434 $50,000,000 [177]
2002 Chicago $306,776,732 $45,000,000 [178]
2003 Brother Bear $250,397,798 $46,000,000 [73]
2004 The Polar Express $314,215,454 ($286,000,505) $165,000,000 [179]
2005 Charlie and the Chocolate Factory $474,968,763 $150,000,000 [180]
2006 Happy Feet $384,335,608 $100,000,000 [106]
2007 Alvin and the Chipmunks $361,336,633 $60,000,000 [105]
2008 Mamma Mia! $609,881,238 $52,000,000 [125]
2009 Alvin and the Chipmunks: The Squeakquel $443,140,005 $75,000,000 [94]
2010 Tangled $591,794,936 $260,000,000 [96]
2011 Rio $484,635,760 $90,000,000 [88]
2012 Les Misérables $441,809,770 $61,000,000 [181]
2013 Frozen $1,290,000,000 ($1,287,000,000) $150,000,000 [# 1]
2014 Rio 2 $500,101,972 $103,000,000 [101]
2015 Home $386,041,607 $135,000,000 [100]
2016 The Jungle Book $966,550,600 $175,000,000 [86]
2017 Beauty and the Beast $1,263,521,126 $160,000,000 [82]
2018 Bohemian Rhapsody $903,655,259 $52,000,000 [182]
2019 The Lion King $1,656,943,394 $260,000,000 [84]
2020 Tanhaji $52,000,000 $21,000,000 [w][verification needed]
2021 Encantofilm currently playing $252,423,364 $150,000,000 [72]
  • ( ... ) Since grosses are not limited to original theatrical runs, a film's first-run gross is included in brackets after the total if known.
  • * US and Canada gross only.
  • I India gross only.
  • R Distributor rentals.
  • TBD To be determined.

Highest-grossing musical film series and film franchises

Note that the following gross figures are nominal, not adjusted for inflation, and do not take into account increasing ticket prices.

A series must have at least two theatrically released films.

Highest-grossing musical film franchises and film series[§] (the films in each franchise can be viewed by selecting "show")
Rank Series Total worldwide box office No. of films Average of films Highest-grossing film

Box office admissions (ticket sales)

Musical theatre

The following is a list of the top 10 musical theatre franchises with the highest theatre admissions. The list includes worldwide ticket sales as well as Broadway ticket sales since 1984.

The Broadway League did not begin collecting admissions data until June 1984.[12] Hence, pre-1984 Broadway admissions data is not available and the Broadway figures should not be considered accurate for musicals that premiered on Broadway before that year.

  currently running Background shading indicates shows running in the week commencing 20 May 2022 in Broadway theatres.
Rank Musical Debut year Worldwide ticket sales Broadway ticket sales[197][x]
1 The Phantom of the Opera currently running 1988 130,000,000[198] 18,000,000
2 The Lion King currently running 1997 100,000,000[199] 15,000,000
3 Cats 1982 73,000,000[200] 9,333,667[x]
4 Les Misérables 1987 70,000,000[201] 10,600,947
5 Mamma Mia! 2001 65,000,000[202] 7,566,124
6 Wicked currently running 2003 55,000,000[203] 11,000,000
7 Beauty and the Beast 1994 35,000,000[204] 7,609,397
8 Miss Saigon 1991 35,000,000[205] 6,584,913
9 Chicago currently running 1975 31,000,000[206] 9,000,000[x]
10 Jersey Boys 2005 25,000,000[207] 5,150,298
Starlight Express 1984 25,000,000[208] 1,153,702

Musical films

The following table lists known estimated box office ticket sales for various high-grossing musical films that have sold at least 75 million tickets worldwide.

Note that some of the data are incomplete due to a lack of available admissions data from a number of countries. Therefore, it is not an exhaustive list of all the highest-grossing musical films by ticket sales, so no rankings are given.

  film currently playing Background shading indicates films playing in the week commencing 20 May 2022 in theaters around the world.
Film Year Known ticket sales (est.) Ref
The Sound of Music 1965 283,300,000 [209]
Sholay 1975 250,000,000 [210]
Awaara (The Vagabond) 1951 217,000,000 [y]
Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs 1937 214,900,000 [209]
The Lion King 1994 140,108,836 [z]
The Jungle Book 1967 137,915,958 [aa]
Disco Dancer 1982 135,000,000 [ab]
Frozen 2013 133,013,967 [ac]
Beauty and the Beast 2017 123,766,498 [ad]
The Jungle Book 2016 123,663,450 [ae]
Caravan 1971 119,000,000 [af]
Grease 1978 117,075,584 [239]
Bobby 1973 116,400,000 [ag]
The Lion King 2019 116,060,166 [ah]
Mary Poppins 1964 105,507,268 [ai]
Baahubali 2: The Conclusion 2017 105,003,001 [aj]
Mughal-e-Azam (The Great Mughal) 1960 100,041,453 [ak]
Mother India 1957 100,011,812 [al]
Aladdin 2019 97,106,238 [am]
Muqaddar Ka Sikandar 1978 91,800,000 [an]
Fantasia 1940 87,649,246 [ao]
Aladdin 1992 87,108,669 [ap]
Cinderella 1950 84,458,172 [aq]
Ganga Jamna 1961 83,800,000 [ar]
Pinocchio 1940 83,739,255 [as]
Bohemian Rhapsody 2018 80,322,547 [at]
Kidnapping, Caucasian Style 1967 76,540,000 [292]

See also

Notes

  1. ^ a b Post-December 2017 non-Broadway grosses not included
  2. ^ The Lion King musical theatre revenue:
    • Up until December 2017 – $8.1 billion[2]
    • January 2018 to June 23, 2019 – $151,556,700[3]
  3. ^ The Phantom of the Opera musical theatre revenue:
    • Up until December 18, 2017 – $6 billion[2]
    • December 25, 2017 to January 20, 2019 – $61,015,427[4]
  4. ^ Post-2012 non-Broadway grosses not included
  5. ^ Cats worldwide revenue:
  6. ^ a b c d e f Post-May-2013 non-Broadway grosses not included
  7. ^ Wicked revenue:
    • Up until May 3, 2013 – $3 billion[1]
    • May 6, 2013 to January 20, 2019 – $533,663,507[8]
  8. ^ Les Misérables musical theatre revenue:
    • Up until 2013 – $2.6 billion[1]
    • 2014–2016 – $108,535,588[9]
  9. ^ Miss Saigon revenue:
    • Up until 2013 – $1.6 billion[1]
    • 2017–2018 – $36,259,976[10]
  10. ^ Jersey Boys revenue:
    • Up until May 3, 2013 – $1.5 billion[1]
    • May 6, 2013 to January 2017 – $144,848,098[11]
  11. ^ a b Accurate pre-1984 grosses not available
  12. ^ Les Misérables Broadway revenue:
    • 1987 to 2003 – $406,258,901[17]
    • 2006, 2014 to 2016 – $108,535,588[9]
  13. ^ Cats Broadway revenue:
    • 1982 to 2000 – estimated at around $388,000,000[18]
    • 2016 to 2017 – $65,624,091[7]
  14. ^ See List of highest-grossing films § Highest-grossing films adjusted for inflation.
  15. ^ a b Box Office Mojo stopped updating its main total for Frozen in August 2014, while it was still in release. The total listed here incorporates subsequent earnings in Japan, Nigeria, Spain, the United Kingdom and Germany up to the end of 2015, but omits earnings in Turkey, Iceland, Brazil, and Australia (2016) which amount to a few hundred thousand dollars. The total is rounded to $1 million to compensate for the numerical inaccuracy.
  16. ^ Snow White earned over $8 million in gross rentals by the end of 1938, in the process becoming the highest-grossing sound film.
  17. ^ a b c See Awaara § Box office
  18. ^ It is possible Aladdin never took the record. Aladdin's release (1992–93) coincided with a Snow White reissue, and it is possible that Snow White ended up grossing more. Snow White had grossed a total of $330 million up to 1987, and then added a further $88 million in North America from its 1987 and 1993 reissues; it is unknown how much Snow White made from these reissues outside of North America, but if the foreign gross matched or exceeded the North American gross then Snow White would have earned more.
  19. ^ The gross rental is the distributor's share of the box-office gross and was more commonly reported than the exhibition gross up to the 1970s.
  20. ^ See Aan § Box office
  21. ^ See Shree 420 § Box office
  22. ^ Phool Aur Patthar box office revenue:
  23. ^ 3,676.5 million (US$48 million) gross,[183]
  24. ^ a b c Pre-1984 admissions not available
  25. ^ Awaara admissions:
  26. ^ The Lion King (1994)
    • South Korea (Seoul City) – 920,948[215]
    • Other territories – 139,187,888[216]
  27. ^ The Jungle Book (1967) admissions:
    • Germany – 27.3 million[217]
    • Other territories – 110,615,958[218]
  28. ^ Disco Dancer admissions:
  29. ^ Frozen admissions:
    • United States and Canada – 49,041,000[221]
    • Other territories – 83,972,967[222]
  30. ^ Beauty and the Beast (2017) admissions:
    • United States and Canada – 56,798,200[223]
    • Europe and Morocco – 33,919,225[224]
    • China – 15,841,104[225]
    • Japan – 9.5 million[226]
    • South Korea – 5,138,330[227]
    • Australia – 2,569,639[228][229]
  31. ^ The Jungle Book (2016) admissions:
    • United States and Canada – 41,710,700[230]
    • China – 28,803,824[231]
    • Europe and Morocco – 27,276,042[232]
    • India – 20 million[233]
    • South Korea – 2,537,438[215]
    • Japan – 1,690,895[234][235]
    • Australia – 1,644,551[236][229]
  32. ^ Caravan admissions:
  33. ^ Bobby admissions:
  34. ^ The Lion King (2019) admissions:
    • United States and Canada – 59,299,900[242]
    • China – 21,470,719[243]
    • France, Germany, Spain – 18,608,061[244]
    • Russia – 12 million[245]
    • South Korea – 4,742,514[246]
    • India – 2,564,572[247]
  35. ^ Mary Poppins admissions:
    • United States and Canada – 78,181,800[248]
    • United Kingdom – 14 million[249]
    • France, Germany, Spain – 13,325,468[250]
  36. ^ Baahubali 2 admissions:
    • India – 100 million[251]
    • China – 2,389,945[252]
    • United States and Canada – 2,255,500[253]
    • Europe – 257,556[254]
    • Japan – 100,000[255]
  37. ^ Mughal-e-Azam admissions:
    • India – 100 million+[251]
    • United States and Canada (2005) – 25,200[256]
    • United Kingdom (2002–2014) – 16,253[257]
  38. ^ Mother India admissions:
    • India – 100 million+[251]
    • France and United Kingdom (2002–2004) – 11,812[258]
  39. ^ Aladdin (2019) admissions:
  40. ^ Muqaddar Ka Sikandar admissions:
  41. ^ Fantasia admissions:
    • United States and Canada – 83,043,500[270]
    • France – 4,605,746[271]
  42. ^ Aladdin (1992) admissions:
    • United States and Canada – 52,442,300[272]
    • France, Germany, Italy, Spain – 21,074,285[273]
    • United Kingdom – 5,102,807[274][275]
    • Japan – 4,550,835[276][235]
    • Australia – 2,753,072[277][278]
    • South Korea (Seoul City) – 647,266[215]
    • Denmark – 522,350[279]
    • Finland and Switzerland (1996–2015) – 676[280]
  43. ^ Cinderella (1950) admissions:
    • United States and Canada – 60,301,400[281]
    • France – 13,226,772[282]
    • United Kingdom and Spain – 10.93 million[283]
  44. ^ Ganga Jamna admissions:
  45. ^ Pinocchio:
    • United States and Canada – 67,403,300[285]
    • United Kingdom and France – 16,335,702[286]
    • Netherlands (1999) – 253[287]
  46. ^ Bohemian Rhapsody:

Footnotes

  1. ^ a b c Frozen
    • "Frozen (2013) – International Box Office Results". Box Office Mojo. Archived from the original on August 9, 2014. Worldwide – $1,282,147,791 (total as of August 8, 2014; including Japanese gross up to August 3, Spain gross up to July 27 and omitting Nigerian gross)
    • "Frozen (2013) – International Box Office Results: Japan". Box Office Mojo. Retrieved September 3, 2014.
    Total as of August 3, 2014: $247,650,477
    Total as of August 31, 2014: $249,036,646
    Total as of July 27, 2014: $21,668,593
    Total as of November 2, 2014: $22,492,845
    Total as of August 17, 2014: $167,333
    Total as of June 8, 2014: £39,090,985
    Total as of November 30, 2014: £40,960,083 ($1 = £0.63866)
    Total as of December 7, 2014: £41,087,765 ($1 = £0.64136)
    Total as of December 14, 2014: £41,170,608 ($1 = £0.636)
    Total as of November 26, 2017: £42,840,559 ($1 = £0.7497)
    Total as of December 3, 2017: £42,976,318 ($1 = £0.742)
    Total as of March 30, 2014: €35,098,170
    Total as of October 18, 2015: €42,526,744
    nb. the exact euro to dollar conversion rate is unknown for earnings since April 2014, but the euro never fell below parity with the dollar during 2014 and 2015 (as can be verified by comparing the exchange rate on the individual date entries at the provided reference) so an approximate conversion rate of €1:$1 is used here to give a lower-bound.
  2. ^ a b c d Glancy, H Mark (1995). "Warner Bros Film Grosses, 1921–51: the William Schaefer ledger". Historical Journal of Film Radio and Television. 15: 55–73. doi:10.1080/01439689500260031.
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    • The Sound of Music: "Domestic Rentals: $68.4; Foreign Rentals: $46.2; Production Cost: $8.0 (Initial Release – Unadjusted $s in Millions of $s)."
    • West Side Story: "Domestic Rentals: $16.2; Foreign Rentals: $15.6; Production Cost: $7.0 (Initial Release – Unadjusted $s in Millions of $s)."
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    • 101 Dalmatians: "Worldwide Box Office: $215.0; Production Cost: $3.6 (Millions of $s)"
    • The Jungle Book: "Worldwide Box Office: $170.8"; Production Cost: $3.9 (Millions of $s)"
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