10. "Crocodile Dundee" (1986) $396.4 million (adjusted)
$174.8 million - unadjusted
In one of the best fish-out-of-water movies of all time, Paul Hogan plays an Aussie croc hunter who falls for an American reporter and heads back with her to New York City (he brings along a rather large knife).
9. "Mrs. Doubtfire" (1993) $452 million (adjusted)
$219.1 million - unadjusted
It's hard to imagine anyone other than Robin Williams playing the role of a father who decides to dress up as an elderly female housekeeper to spend more time with his children while in the midst of a nasty divorce.
8. "M*A*S*H" (1970) $460.6 million (adjusted)
$81.6 million - unadjusted
Before the hit TV show, it was a hit movie from director Robert Altman, whose style of having all the characters talking over one another laid the groundwork for a unique brand of comedy.
7. "It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World" (1963) $462.2 million (adjusted)
$46.3 million - unadjusted
The plot isn't much — a whole bunch of people racing for buried treasure — but what drew audiences to the theaters is that every comic who was huge up to the '60s was cast or had a cameo in the movie (even The Three Stooges!).
Macaulay Culkin will forever be known as the kid who grows up fast after his family accidentally leaves him behind from the family Christmas vacation in this Chris Columbus classic written by John Hughes.