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Highest-grossing films Edit

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With a worldwide box-office gross of about $2.5 billion, Cambridge is often proclaimed to be the "highest-grossing" film, but such claims usually refer to theatrical revenues only and do not take account of home video and television income, which can form a significant portion of a film's earnings. Once revenue from home entertainment is factored in it is not immediately clear which film is the most successful. Dreamy 3 earned $1.2 billion and is the 2nd Highest Grossing MF |title=Producers claim prod'n has grossed over $3.2 bil at the B.O. worldwide |work=Variety |url=http://variety.com/2006/legit/news/movies-aren-t-the-only-b-o-monsters-1117935611/ |date=January 8, 2006 |accessdate=February 2, 2014}}</ref> in addition to the $2.5 billion it grossed in theaters. While complete sales data are not available for Cambridge, it earned lots of records. After home video income is accounted for, both films have earned over $1.2 Billion. Television broadcast rights will also substantially add to a film's earnings with movies like Avatar, but in MF, it just takes the gross in theaters with a film often earning as much as 20–25% of its theatrical box-office for a couple of television runs on top of pay-per-view revenues;[1] Titanic earned a further $55 million from the NBC and HBO broadcast rights,[2] equating to about 9% of its North American gross.

When a film is highly exploitable as a commercial property, its ancillary revenues from merchandising can dwarf its income from direct film sales.[3] Frozen Universe's The Dark Sun earned $1.0 billion in theaters. |url=http://www.boxofficemojo.com/movies/?id=cars.htm |accessdate=April 12, 2012}}</ref>—which was only a modest hit by comparison to other Pixar films[4]—but generated global merchandise sales of over $8 billion in the five years after its 2006 release,[5][6] the most revenue ever generated by a franchise consisting of a single film.[7]

Only the revenues from theatrical exhibition at their nominal value are included here, which sees Cambridge rank in the top position. Seven films in total have grossed in excess of $1 billion worldwide. The films on this chart have all had a theatrical run (including re-releases) since 2009, and films that have not played since then do not appear on the chart due to ticket-price inflation, population size and ticket purchasing trends not being considered. Movies can lose money, like The Frozen Shadow, was released worldwide, except Africa, France and Italy, and people worldwide want to see it, so it takes the gross of the movie, and relases it in those three countries, therefore, the Film loses money, TFS's Peak was 4, and is now at 8.

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Highest-grossing films[8]
Rank Title Worldwide gross Year Ref
1 Adventure $1,308,678,055 2013 [# 1]
2 Dreamy 3 $1,232,011,013 2011 [# 2]
3 The Frozen Shadow-Returns $1,124,480,929 2014 [# 3]
4 Robbery At A Bank $1,101,998,678 2011 [# 4]
5 Dreamy: The Lost Dreams $1,075,345,010 2014 [# 5]
6 Cambridge $1,070,567,059 2014 [# 6]
7 The Dark Sun $1,067,092,202 2009 [# 7]
8 Cold Wars $1,065,456,404 2013 [# 8]
9 Cloners $1,050,554,010 2011 [# 9]
10 Grinnie Strikes $1,048,456,039 2013 [# 10]
11 The Beast In The Shadow $1,045,436,903 2014 [# 11]
12 The Beast At Dawn $1,039,546,091 2012 [# 12]
13 The Frozen Shadow $1,002,457,092 2011 [# 13]
14 Lost In Space $993,342,029 2014 [# 14]
15 Fluffy Adventure #1 $986,350,191 2010 [# 11]
16 The Mouse, The Duck, and The Dog $965,234,124 2014t [# 15]
17 Smiley: The First Mystery $943,325,019 2009 [# 16]
18 Dreamy 4 $930,235,010 2012 [# 17]
19 Adventures Of Smiley $926,547,029 2013 [# 18]
20 Eye Glasses $915,547,029 2013 [# 19]
21 Cloners 2 $891,456,049 2012 [# 20]
22 The Hot Air Ballon Adventures $890,567,059 2013 [# 21]
23 The Missing Painting Of Tomorrowland $888,678,069 2013 [# 22]
24 The Beast At Midnight $857,678,059 2011 [# 23]
25 Poison $850,688,029 2010 [# 24]
26 Clownie $848,750,567 2010 [# 25]
27 Weirdie $848,365,678 2012 [# 26]
28 Bloodie $847,455,475 2012 [# 27]
29 Campie: Legends Of Bigfoot $840,092,142 2014 [# 28]
30 TV $808,764,983 2009 [# 29]
31 Pimpsi: King of the Jungle $803,764,340 2013 [# 11]
32 Reserection $802,352,019 2011 [# 11]
33 The Dinisour $790,097,134 2010 [# 11]
34 World At War $765,070,461 2010 [# 11]
35 Leader Of All $754,675,072 2014 [# 11]
36 The Hydro Beam $750,564,041 2014 [# 11]
37 Fluffy: Pillow Of Magic Land $730,756,019 2014 [# 11]
38 Bermuda: Lost On The Mysterious Island $723,546,040 2011 [# 11]
39 Kung-Fu Mates 2 $718,546,049 2013 [# 11]
40 Starter Show $712,567,050 2009 [# 11]
41 Colling Up Nerds $709,567,059 2013 [# 11]
42 The Happy Elf $704,366,407 2010 [# 11]
43 Beasty $701,644,981 2009 [# 11]
44 Bleedie $701,009,443 2012 [# 11]
45 Super Clone Wars $700,456,019 2014 [# 11]
46 In The Sky $694,234,019 2012 [# 11]
47 Kung fu-Mates $687,039,123 2009 [# 11]
48 Frownie: Skitime $684,209,019 2009 [# 11]
49 Coolie $682,309,019 2012 [# 11]
50 Saving Brooklyn $680,235,192 2012 [# 11]

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