No. 102 – The Hills Are Alive!

Prog 309’s (1983) Judge Dredd: The Starborn Thing by Carlos Ezquerra (1947–2018) v The Sound of Music (1965), based on the musical by Rodgers (1902–1979) and Hammerstein (1895–1960)

In 1966 The Sound of Music became the highest-grossing film of all-time and remained so for the next five years; adjusted for inflation it remains No. 5 while Gone with the Wind (Loew’s Inc., 1939) holds the top spot above Avatar (20th Century Fox, 2009), Star Wars (20th Century Fox, 1977) and Titanic (Paramount Pictures/20th Century Fox, 1997)*.

*Wikipedia’s List of Highest-Grossing Films (adjusted for inflation)


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