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Germany sees summer admissions plunge

German cinemas registered 14% fewer admissions and a 15% drop in box-office takings in the third quarter of 2003, compared to the same period 12 months ago, according to figures collated by Nielsen EDI.Cinemas reported Euros 159.8m in revenues and 28.4m tickets sold between June 30 and September 28, with Pirates Of The Caribbean emerging as the quarter's most successful release (Euros 27m/4.33m admissions) followed by Terminator 3 (Euros 17.5m/2.9m admissions) ...

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