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Everest crosses $120m after five years

MacGillivray Freeman Films (MFF) has declared that Everest is now the highest grossing documentary of all time, amassing more than $120.6m in worldwide box office since it went on continual release on Mar 6 1998. Throughout its run Everest, a harrowing account of an ascent by three climbers in 1996, only played in 243 theatres worldwide in a total of 236 cities on six continents. It passed the previous mark set by MFF's To Fly!, which took $115.7m since its release ...

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