The little rascal in "Home Alone" scampered past his movie competitors yet again, finishing in first place for the eighth consecutive weekend.

With weekend ticket sales of $12.6 million, the trapped-youngster comedy starring Macaulay Culkin now has made $168.7 million, Exhibitor Relations Co. Inc. said.The last film that was No. 1 for eight weeks was 1987's "Fatal Attraction," said 20th Century Fox, which released "Home Alone."

"Home Alone" now has made more money than "Fatal Attraction" and such hits as "The Sting," "The Exorcist" and "Who Framed Roger Rabbit." In coming weeks, it is expected to pass the smashes " `Crocodile' Dundee," "Three Men and a Baby," "Rain Man" and "Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade."

In second place with a weekend take of $9.5 million was Arnold Schwarzenegger in "Kindergarten Cop." It was followed by the mafia sequel "The Godfather Part III," which made $8.3 million.

Here are the top movie ticket sales as tallied by Exhibitor Relations:

1. "HOME ALONE," $12.6 million ($168.7 million, eight weeks).

2. "Kindergarten Cop," $9.5 million ($44.8 million, three weeks).

3. "The Godfather Part III," $8.3 million ($44.7 million, three weeks).

4. "Dances With Wolves," $7.3 million ($71.1 million, nine weeks).

5. "Edward Scissorhands," $5.1 million ($33.8 million, five weeks).

6. "Look Who's Talking Too," $4.2 million ($33.6 million, four weeks).

7. "Misery," $3.9 million ($44.9 million, six weeks).

8. "Mermaids," $3.7 million ($21.2 million, four weeks).

9. "Three Men and a Little Lady," $3.5 million ($58.7 million, seven weeks).

10. "The Russia House," $3 million ($15.5 million, three weeks).