Film: Box-office charts
Thursday 31 July 1997
1 (1) The Lost World (pounds 13,234,610)
2 (2) One Fine Day (pounds 4,953,869)
3 (3) Batman and Robin (pounds 13,441,975)
4 (4) Lady and the Tramp (pounds 638,537)
5 (5) The Fifth Element (pounds 6,771,666)
6 (6) Swingers (pounds 534,297)
7 (8) Con Air (pounds 5,680,514)
8 (7) Murder at 1600 (pounds 570,832)
9 (9) The Devil's Own (pounds 2,596,851)
10 (-) Palookaville (pounds 46,337)
Charts supplied by `Screen International'
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