Harry Potter And The Prisoner Of Azkaban continued as top of the internationalclass at the weekend as Warner Bros' family hit added an estimated $39m from 48territories to raise its total to $263.6m.

It opened well on top in Spain despite a crucial Euro 2004football game on Sunday with arch-rivals Portugal, grossing $6.5m from 498screens and more than one million admissions.

If the results are accurate this will be the fourth biggestindustry bow ever in the market. Elsewhere, Azkaban opened in Indonesia on $462,000 from 49screens.

It fell 30% in its third weekend in the UK on $5.6m for a $66.3mrunning total, and fell 59% in France on $5.5m for $34.8m.

Germany produced $4.1m despite a 44% slide and Saturday's Euro2004 game against Latvia, brining the total there to $34.6m in the thirdweekend.

Australia fell a hefty 66% in its second weekend, adding $2.9m for$14.5m, as Italy grossed $1.7m in its third and fell 54% for $17m. Mexico added$1m in its third weekend, falling 64% for $12.3m.

Troytook an estimated $10.8m from more than 4,700 screens in 59 markets, elevatingits international cumulative score to$312.3m. The distributor claims Troy is now the second biggest R-ratedrelease and the fifth biggest Warner Bros international release of all time.

Hong Kong opened top on$713,000 from 45 screens. Troyhas grossed $29.1m in five weeks in the UK, $20.8m in six in Spain, $29.9m infive in Japan, $19m in five in Italy, $18.3m in six in France, and $32.6m insix in Germany.