Saturday , 10 December 2016

Low Budget Films That Scored Big At The Box Office

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The people who made these films kept the production costs low and that allowed them to clean up after these films became big hits at the box office.

The Full Monty
Budget: $3.5 M
Box Office: $275 M

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The Purge
Budget: $3 M
Box Office: $89 M

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The Blair Witch Project
Budget: $60 K
Box Office: $248 M

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Juno
Budget: $7.5 M
Box Office: $231 M

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Halloween
Budget: $325 K
Box Office: $47 M

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Friday The 13th
Budget: 500 K
Box Office: $59 M

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Supersize Me
Budget: $65 K
Box Office: $29.5 M

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Saw
Budget: $1.2 M
Box Office: $103 M

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Night of the Living Dead
Budget: $114 K
Box Office: $42 M

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My Big Fat Greek Wedding
Budget: $5 M
Box Office: $368 M

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Rocky
Budget: $995 K
Box Office: $225 M

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American Graffiti
Budget: $777 K
Box Office: $140 M

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Napoleon Dynamite
Budget: $400 K
Box Office: $46 M

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Mad Max
Budget: $300 K

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Paranormal Activity
Budget: $15 K
Box Office: $193 M

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