What movies were in theaters in 1982?

Feature Film, Released between 1982-01-01 and 1982-12-31 (Sorted by Popularity Ascending)

  • Blade Runner (1982) R | 117 min | Action, Sci-Fi, Thriller.
  • The Thing (1982)
  • E.T.
  • Fast Times at Ridgemont High (1982)
  • Poltergeist (1982)
  • Conan the Barbarian (1982)
  • Annie (1982)
  • Halloween III: Season of the Witch (1982)

What was the movie of the year in 1982?

ET: The Extra-Terrestrial
Top Grossing Movies of 1982

Rank Movie Distributor
1 ET: The Extra-Terrestrial Universal
2 Rocky 3 MGM
3 On Golden Pond Universal
4 An Officer and a Gentleman Paramount Pictures

What was the biggest movie in 1982?

E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial
Domestic Box Office For 1982

Rank Release Theaters
1 E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial 1,778
2 Indiana Jones and the Raiders of the Lost Ark 1,078
3 Rocky III 1,317
4 On Golden Pond 1,015

What was the number one movie on March 19 1982?

Weekend Domestic Chart for March 19, 1982

1 N Porky’s
2 (1) Richard Pryor Live on…
3 (2) On Golden Pond
4 N Deathtrap

What were the top 10 grossing movies of 1982?

Highest-grossing films

  • E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial. Universal Pictures.
  • Rocky III. United Artists.
  • On Golden Pond. Universal Pictures.
  • An Officer and a Gentleman. Paramount Pictures.
  • Porky’s. 20th Century Fox.
  • Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan. Paramount Pictures.
  • Poltergeist. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer.
  • The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas.

Who was the biggest star in 1982?

Chevy Chase
Highest Grossing Stars of 1982 at the Domestic Box Office

Rank Name Star Score
1 Chevy Chase 289
2 Harrison Ford 279
3 Sylvester Stallone 266
4 Clint Eastwood 260

Was 1982 the best year for movies?

The best year in film was certainly 1982. At the very least, no other year had as much cultural impact on our current cinematic climate. Here was the beginning of the sequel onslaught. B-Movie Plots were now A-Movie routine, and there was no turning back.

What was the number 1 movie in December 1982?

Domestic Box Office For December 1982

Rank Release Release Date
1 Tootsie Dec 17
2 The Toy Dec 10
3 48 Hrs. Dec 10
4 E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial Jun 11

What was the number 1 movie in November 1982?

First Blood
Domestic Box Office For November 1982

Rank Release Release Date
1 First Blood Oct 22
2 E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial Jun 11
3 An Officer and a Gentleman Jul 30
4 Creepshow Nov 12

What was the number 1 movie in 1973?

The Exorcist
Top Grossing Movies of 1973

Rank Movie Distributor
1 The Exorcist Warner Bros.
2 The Sting Universal
3 American Graffiti Universal
4 Papillon Allied Artists

What was number one movie in November 1982?

Domestic Box Office For November 1982

Rank Release Theaters
1 First Blood 1,054
2 E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial 1,778
3 An Officer and a Gentleman 1,050
4 Creepshow 1,132

What was the number one movie in May of 1982?

List of 1982 box office number-one films in the United States

# Weekend end date Film
21 May 23, 1982 Conan the Barbarian
22 May 31, 19824-day weekend Rocky III
23 June 6, 1982 Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan
24 June 13, 1982 E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial

What are the movies that were released in 1982?

November, 1982 1 The Man From Snowy River 2 Five Days One Summer 3 Piranha 2: The Spawning. Come Back to the Five and Dime, Jimmy… 4 Bugs Bunny’s 3rd Movie: 1001 Rabbit T… 5 Inseminoid

Who was the host of at the movies in 1982?

At the Movies Genre Film review Presented by Gene Siskel (1982–1986) Roger Ebert (198 Country of origin United States Original language English

What was the highest grossing movie in 1982?

The top ten 1982 released films by box office gross in North America are as follows: 48 Hrs. The highest-grossing 1982 films in countries outside of North America. The following table lists known worldwide gross revenue figures for several high-grossing films that originally released in 1982.

When does a movie come out on video?

For each film, we use the first date on which it was made available to the public, which might include international theatrical or domestic video releases that were a few days, or sometimes more, earlier than the domestic (US/Canada) theatrical release.