January 11, 1999 12:00 AM

“The Sixth Sense” smashed a Labor Day weekend record and continues to dominate late summer movie-going. The horror-chiller, with $175.5 million in ticket sales in 32 days, shattered the six-year-old weekend record of $17.2 million set by “The Fugitive.” It also became the 43rd-highest domestic grosser of all time, replacing “Crocodile Dundee,” and has become enough of a must-see movie that it will most likely finish its run having earned something between $250 million and $300 million. As for this weekend’s ticket-selling sweepstakes:

Hollywood enjoyed a record-breaking summer, earning $2.78 billion at the box office, thanks in large part to these Top 10 movies:

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