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Dutch box office on the increase

Cinema admissions in The Netherlands were up year-on-year for the first six months of 2001. Rising 5.7% from 10.6m in the first half of 2000 to 11.2m for the same period this year, ticket sales in the territory continue to show positive growth aided by strong performances from Bridget Jones's Diary ($4.7m to date), Pearl Harbor ($4.5m so far) and local hit Costa!, which grossed more than $3.9m (FL 9.3m) for distributor Amsterdam Film Distribution since opening on ...

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