List of 1995 Box Office Number-one Films in The United States

This is a list of films which have placed number one at the weekend box office in the United States during 1995.

# Weekend end date Film Total weekend gross Notes
1 01995-01-08January 8, 1995 Dumb and Dumber $9,177,151
2 01995-01-16January 16, 19954-day weekend Legends of the Fall $14,038,128 Legends of the Fall reached #1 in its fifth weekend of limited release.
3 01995-01-22January 22, 1995 Legends of the Fall $9,006,330
4 01995-01-29January 29, 1995 Legends of the Fall $6,309,990
5 01995-02-05February 5, 1995 Legends of the Fall $5,111,888
6 01995-02-12February 12, 1995 Billy Madison $6,639,080
7 01995-02-20February 20, 19954-day weekend The Brady Bunch Movie $14,827,066
8 01995-02-26February 26, 1995 The Brady Bunch Movie $8,379,037
9 01995-03-05March 5, 1995 Man of the House $9,473,317
10 01995-03-12March 12, 1995 Outbreak $13,420,387
11 01995-03-19March 19, 1995 Outbreak $10,808,607
12 01995-03-26March 26, 1995 Outbreak $8,006,220
13 01995-04-02April 2, 1995 Tommy Boy $8,027,843
14 01995-04-09April 9, 1995 Bad Boys $15,523,358
15 01995-04-16April 16, 1995 Bad Boys $11,016,040
16 01995-04-23April 23, 1995 While You Were Sleeping $9,288,915
17 01995-04-30April 30, 1995 While You Were Sleeping $10,491,714
18 01995-05-07May 7, 1995 French Kiss $9,018,022
19 01995-05-14May 14, 1995 Crimson Tide $18,612,190
20 01995-05-21May 21, 1995 Die Hard with a Vengeance $22,162,245
21 01995-05-28May 28, 1995 Casper $16,840,385
22 01995-06-04June 4, 1995 Casper $13,409,610
23 01995-06-11June 11, 1995 Congo $24,642,539
24 01995-06-18June 18, 1995 Batman Forever $52,784,433 Batman Forever broke Jurassic Park's records ($47.0 mil) for the highest weekend debut of all time, and for the highest weekend debut in June. Batman Forever was the first film ever to gross more than $50 millions in one weekend (3 days) and had the highest weekend debut of 1995 and broke Batman Returns record ($45.6 million) for highest weekend debut for a Superhero film.
25 01995-06-25June 25, 1995 Pocahontas $29,531,619
26 01995-07-02July 2, 1995 Apollo 13 $25,353,380
27 01995-07-09July 9, 1995 Apollo 13 $19,635,095
28 01995-07-16July 16, 1995 Apollo 13 $15,630,650
29 01995-07-23July 23, 1995 Apollo 13 $12,457,260
30 01995-07-30July 30, 1995 Waterworld $21,171,780
31 01995-08-06August 6, 1995 Waterworld $13,452,035
32 01995-08-13August 13, 1995 Dangerous Minds $14,931,503
33 01995-08-20August 20, 1995 Mortal Kombat $23,283,887 Mortal Kombat broke Street Fighter''s record ($9 million) for the highest weekend debut of a video game adaptation.
34 01995-08-27August 27, 1995 Mortal Kombat $10,309,925
35 01995-09-04September 4, 19954-day weekend Mortal Kombat $8,288,323
36 01995-09-10September 10, 1995 To Wong Foo, Thanks for Everything! Julie Newmar $9,019,180
37 01995-09-17September 17, 1995 To Wong Foo, Thanks for Everything! Julie Newmar $6,544,960
38 01995-09-24September 24, 1995 Seven $13,949,807
39 01995-10-01October 1, 1995 Seven $12,378,647
40 01995-10-08October 8, 1995 Seven $10,421,517
41 01995-10-15October 15, 1995 Seven $8,645,354
42 01995-10-22October 22, 1995 Get Shorty $12,700,007
43 01995-10-29October 29, 1995 Get Shorty $10,202,007
44 01995-11-05November 5, 1995 Get Shorty $9,700,007
45 01995-11-12November 12, 1995 Ace Ventura: When Nature Calls $37,804,076
46 01995-11-19November 19, 1995 GoldenEye $26,205,007
47 01995-11-26November 26, 1995 Toy Story $29,140,617
48 01995-12-03December 3, 1995 Toy Story $20,164,662
49 01995-12-10December 10, 1995 Toy Story $13,879,803
50 01995-12-17December 17, 1995 Jumanji $11,084,370
51 01995-12-25December 25, 19954-day weekend Waiting to Exhale $14,126,927 -

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