Home Alone 3

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Home Alone 3 was the third movie in the Home Alone movie series. It is an American criminal comedy movie. Macaulay Culkin, who was in the last two movies, as Kevin McCallister, was too old for this movie. The movie instead features a different household and villains. The director was Raja Gosnell, who was the editor of both original movies and the star actor was Alex D. Linz as Alex D. Pruitt. It was released on December 12, 1997 by 20th Century Fox. The movie grossed $79,082,515 worldwide.[1]

In this movie, Alex is sick at home with the chicken pox. He recovers and must defend his home from four burglars.

A made-for-television sequel, Home Alone 4: Taking Back the House, followed in 2002 and Home Alone: The Holiday Heist followed in 2012.

Release Dates[change | change source]

Country Premiere
 United States 12 December 1997
 Spain 15 December 1997
 Canada 16 December 1997
 France 17 December 1997
 Czech Republic 18 December 1997
 Germany 18 December 1997
 Hungary 18 December 1997
 Netherlands 18 December 1997
 Slovenia 18 December 1997
 Austria 19 December 1997
  Switzerland 19 December 1997 (German speaking region)
 Estonia 19 December 1997
 Finland 19 December 1997
 United Kingdom 19 December 1997
Republic of Ireland Ireland 19 December 1997
 Israel 19 December 1997
 Iceland 19 December 1997
 Poland 19 December 1997
 Portugal 19 December 1997
 Denmark 25 December 1997
 Greece 25 December 1997
 Norway 26 December 1997
 Russia 29 December 1997
 New Zealand 1 January 1998
 Turkey 9 January 1998
 Kuwait 14 January 1998
 Argentina 22 January 1998
 Chile 22 January 1998
 Colombia 23 January 1998
 Brazil 30 January 1998
 Italy 30 January 1998
 Sweden 13 February 1998
 Singapore 13 March 1998
Mexico Mexico 27 March 1998
 Taiwan 28 March 1998
 Australia 9 April 1998
 Thailand 17 April 1998
 South Korea 17 July 1998
 Japan 25 July 1998

References[change | change source]

  1. "Home Alone 3 (1997)". Box Office Mojo.

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