(CNN) - The pro-Sarah Palin documentary, "The Undefeated," suffered disappointing box office sales over the weekend, earning just over $5,000.
The movie, which opened nation-wide July 15, chronicles the former Alaska governor's career through home movies, photographs, interviews with former aides and supporters and the audio from her memoir "Going Rogue."
It grossed $65,132 in its opening weekend in 10 theaters and $24,664 in the second weekend in 14 theaters. It was viewed in four theaters this past weekend and grossed an estimated $5,200.
The film, directed and produced by Steve Bannon, will be available to 75 million households in September via On Demand and pay-per-view on Time Warner, DirecTV and the Dish Network.
Palin, who continues to flirt with a bid for the White House in 2012, will address a tea party rally in Des Moines, Iowa, two days after the video hits television screens.
- CNN Political Reporter Peter Hamby contributed to this report.