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Film Information
Ghosts of Girlfriends Past (EN) [Original title]

Link to EIDR
Link to IMDb
Where to stream Ghosts of Girlfriends Past – Link to JustWatch

Directors :
Mark Waters [IMDb Info]

Producing or Co-producing country : US
Production year : 2009
Admissions
Market Distributor Release date 2009 2010 Total since 2009
AT Warner Bros. (AT) 28/05/2009 160 736   160 736
BE Belga Films (BE) 01/07/2009 67 177   67 177
BG     19 042   19 042
CH Warner Bros. (CH) 17/06/2009 41 863   41 863
CZ Warner Bros. (CZ) 24/09/2009 23 145 144 23 289
DE Warner Bros. (DE) 28/05/2009 732 740   732 740
DK SF Film (DK) 29/05/2009 20 105   20 105
EE Forum Cinemas (EE) 29/05/2009 9 510   9 510
ES Tripictures 28/10/2009 108 304 357 304 465
FI SF Film Finland [FS Film] 24/07/2009 6 798   6 798
FR Metropolitan Filmexport 17/06/2009 157 708   157 708
GB Success Entertainment 01/05/2009 765 268   765 268
HR Blitz Film & Video Distribution (HR)   21 083   21 083
HU Intercom 09/07/2009 79 290   79 290
IT Warner Bros. (IT) 03/07/2009 334 846   334 846
LV Forum Cinemas (LV)   10 731   10 731
NL Entertainment One Benelux 23/07/2009 106 066   106 066
NO SF Norway 10/07/2009 7 437   7 437
PL Warner (PL) 29/05/2009 136 628   136 628
PT Prisvideo Edicoes 03/09/2009 110 638   110 638
RO Intercomfilm 29/05/2009 49 774   49 774
SE SF Film (SE) 29/05/2009 11 049   11 049
SI Blitz Film & Video Distribution (SI) 06/08/2009 26 480 37 26 517
SK Continental Film (SK) 02/07/2009 20 008 38 20 046
TR Warner Bros. (TR) 24/07/2009 120 946   120 946
Graph: Breakdown of admissions and penetration rate in the national markets of European Union

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The data base LUMIERE provides a systematic compilation of available data on admissions of the films released in European cinemas since 1996. The data base is the result of the collaboration between the European Audiovisual Observatory and the various specialised national sources as well as the MEDIA Programme of the European Union.