This is a clause within a licensing agreement between an exhibitor and a film distributor which the requires exhibitor to continue showing a film beyond its minimum period of exhibition time. This occurs when the film grosses equal to or more than the holdover figure (the minimum dollar amount that a film must gross in order to continue playing beyond the minimum release period).
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