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In London, Leon has tipped Star Trek off the top slot after only one week on release, while the acclaimed New Zealand psychodrama Heavenly Creatures (right) rides high in third place. The US chart is ruled by The Brady Bunch, a gentle satire which catapults the all-American ideal family from the Seventies television sitcom into the harsh climate of 1995.

TOP 10 LONDON

1 (2) Leon.......................................................................... Fr

2 (1) Star Trek................................................................. US

3 (3) Heavenly Creatures............................................... NZ

4 (-) The Shawshank Redemption................................ US

5 (5) Shallow Grave......................................................... UK

6 (4) Interview with the Vampire................................... US

7 (-) The Bandit Queen..................................................UK

8 (7) Barcelona................................................................ US

9 (9) Stargate................................................................... US

10 (10) Pulp Fiction............................................................. US

TOP 10 US

1 (-) The Brady Bunch................................................... US

2 (-) Just Cause............................................................... US

3 (-) Heavyweights.......................................................... US

4 (1) Billy Madison......................................................... US

5 (2) The Quick and the Dead........................................ US

6 (3) Legends of the Fall................................................. US

7 (4) Boys on the Side..................................................... US

8 (-) Forrest Gump......................................................... US

9 (-) Pulp Fiction............................................................ US

10 (6) Nobody's Fool.......................................................... US

Charts compiled by Screen International

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