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The 20 Most Profitable Movies of All Time - Percentage Wise, Part 1

written by: thaibob
 
Part 1 starts at #20 and goes to #11. You will not believe the % profit from these films, some you may never have heard of. In the answer section I'll show the budget and the receipts. The question will contain the % revenue over budget. All wrong answers will be films in the same genre and the same year, so choose wisely.

Question 1:


#20 on the list of the 20 Most Profitable Movies of All Time had only a 3,820.00% profit. It was a horror film made in 1981, directed and written by Sam Raimi (he also played one of the fake Shemps). The story follows five friends who go up to a cabin in the woods, where they find unspeakable evil.
Halloween II
The Evil Dead
Scanners
An American Werewolf in London

Question 2:


#19 on the list of the 20 Most Profitable Movies of All Time is a sci-fi thriller released in 2004, directed, written by and starring Shane Carruth. Its profit was a measly 3,941.76%. The movie follows four men who have built a cottage industry of error-checking devices".
Primer
After the Apocalypse
Godzilla: Final Wars
The Final Cut

Question 3:


#18 on the list of the 20 Most Profitable Movies of All Time is a horror film written and directed by James Wan. It reaped 4,195.68%. Danny Glover stars a detective in this movie.
Alien Vs. Predator
Saw
Dawn of the Dead
Van Helsing

Question 4:


#17 on the list of the 20 Most Profitable Movies of All Time is a 1925 movie directed and produced by King Vidor. It made 4,389.80% and starred John Gilbert. The movie follows the idle son of a rich businessman who joins the army when the U.S.A. enters World War One.
The Plastic Age
The Big Parade
Ben-Hur
The Gold Rush

Question 5:


#16 on the list of the 20 Most Profitable Movies of All Time is a 1915 silent film that runs for 3 hours 10 minutes and stars Lillian Gish. It's percentage profit was 4,900.00%.
The Eternal City
Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm
The Birth of a Nation
20,000 Leagues Under the Sea

Question 6:


#15 on the list of the 20 Most Profitable Movies of All Time was released in 1939 and focused on the American Civil War.
Gone with the Wind
Mr. Smith Goes to Washington
Goodbye, Mr. Chips
The Wizard of Oz

Question 7:


#14 on the list of the 20 Most Profitable Movies of All Time was released in 2003 along with such films as "The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King, "Finding Nemo" and "The Matrix Reloaded", except for one itty bitty difference; this one made 5,110.09%. It was based on the true story of two scuba divers accidentally stranded in shark infested waters.
A House with a View of the Sea
Open Water
The Rage in Placid Lake
Sinbad: Legend of the Seven Seas

Question 8:


#13 on the list of the 20 Most Profitable Movies of All Time made 5,332.24%. The film takes place at a summer camp and stars Betsy Palmer as Mrs. Pamela Voorhees.
Dressed to Kill
Friday the 13th
The Shining
Airplane!

Question 9:


#12 on the list of the 20 Most Profitable Movies of All Time was a 2004 comedy starring Jon Heder. It made 5,667.62%.
Spider-Man 2
Napoleon Dynamite
Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban
Shrek 2

Question 10:


#11 on the list of the 20 Most Profitable Movies of All Time is a softcore later rated-R. It made 6,150.00% in 1969 and starred Christina Hart, Monica Gayle, Janet Wass and Donna Stanley.
Cactus Flower
Easy Rider
The Stewardesses
Winning

 


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