An instant hit, the movie grossed $23,681,338 at the domestic box office, making it the 12th highest grossing film of 1970. The movie also grossed $11,645,000 in rentals. Total gross for the movie was $35,326,338.
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Famous quotes containing the word gross:
“Hunger is never delicate; they who are seldom gorged to the full with praise may be safely fed with gross compliments, for the appetite must be satisfied before it is disgusted.”
—Samuel Johnson (17091784)
“We are ashamed to seem evasive in the presence of a straightforward man, cowardly in the presence of a brave one, gross in the eyes of a refined one, and so on. We always imagine, and in imagining share, the judgments of the other mind.”
—Charles Horton Cooley (18641929)
“There are moods in which one feels the impulse to enter a tacit protest against too gross an appetite for pure aesthetics in this starving and sinning world. One turns half away, musingly, from certain beautiful useless things.”
—Henry James (18431916)