What are The Highest Grossing Movies Adjusted for Inflation?

We all know that the list of the top-grossing movies of all time is dominated by Marvel, “Star Wars”, and James Cameron . . . a.k.a. “Avatar” and “Titanic”.
But when you adjust for inflation, the list changes a bit, and “Gone with the Wind” takes the top spot, with an adjusted gross of $1.82 BILLION. Here are the top-grossing movies of all time in the U.S., in TODAY’S DOLLARS . . .
1. “Gone with the Wind”, 1939 . . . 1.82 billion. (Unadjusted Gross: $198.7 million.)
2. The original “Star Wars”, 1977 . . . $1.61 billion. (Unadjusted Gross: $461 million.)
3. “The Sound of Music”, 1965 . . . $1.29 billion. (Unadjusted Gross: $159.3 million.)
4. “E.T.”, 1982 . . . $1.28 billion. (Unadjusted Gross: $435.1 million.)
5. “Titanic”, 1997 . . . $1.22 billion. (Unadjusted Gross: $659.4 million.)
6. “The Ten Commandments”, 1956 . . . $1.18 billion. (Unadjusted Gross: $65.5 million.)
7. “Jaws”, 1975 . . . $1.16 billion. (Unadjusted Gross: $260 million.)
8. “Dr. Zhivago”, 1965 . . . $1.12 billion. (Unadjusted Gross: $111.7 million.)
9. “The Exorcist”, 1973 . . . $998.7 million. (Unadjusted Gross: $232.9 million.)
10. “Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs”, 1937 . . . $984.3 million. (Unadjusted Gross: $184.9 million.)

USA TODAY has the top 25, some of these may surprise you.

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