'Fly, Be Free'
This was from the pilot episode of “Mork & Mindy,” which my brother and I watched in September 1978. We laughed so hard at this.
Here are his biggest box office hits, adjusted for inflation:
|Movie||Studio||Adjusted gross||Unadjusted gross||Year|
|3||Night at the Museum||Fox||$301,889,000||$250,863,268||2006|
|4||Good Morning, Vietnam||BV||$245,778,800||$123,922,370||1987|
|6||Good Will Hunting||Mira.||$240,561,300||$138,433,435||1997|
|10||Dead Poets Society||BV||$196,790,900||$95,860,116||1989|
Not a bad group. Even “Popeye,” his first film, directed by Robert Altman, which in my memory got confused reviews, confused box office, but became a cult hit among my slyer friends, even that movie grossed $150 million, adjusted.
Fly. Be free.
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