Darryl Zanuck's The Longest Day
has been running for more than 14
months, and it appears to be the biggest moneymaking black-and-white picture in history.
Its worldwide gross was
$25,275,000 in its first year; and by
last week the figure had climbed to more than $27 million.
The film's original cost was $10 million.
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