Still not sure what you're babbling about. I'm glad you ignored my links. Do you even know what my pronoun for they are referring to? Jespah was talking about numbers of tickets sold for The Lion King and Avengers: Endgame.
What's really interesting to me is The Lion King and Avengers: Endgame are on this list, and they both came out this year. That's a helluva lotta tickets sold.
The reason why they're there ... is not the number of tickets sold but ticket prices of the ones sold.
Clearly The Lion King and Avengers didn't sell as many tickets as Gone with the Wind. And the links proven that well known fact. Not sure why you think you cornered me with some gotcha nonsense. Good grief. You don't live in a cave. The cost of a current ticket is far higher now than years ago. What's so difficult to figure there? It's not a statement of for or against quality of any of these movies. It's just math.
And adjusting for inflation for these lists? It's moot point. There are far too many variables between now and a few decades ago (number of movies produced and distributed; the theatrical system; etc...) that are often not put into play. It's just a way to give sentimentalism fetishists a way to feel good about their "they don't make them like they used to" closed-minded worldview.