Direct-to-video features and some top children's and family videos will be in supermarkets during this summer's back-to-school period. The influx of premium-quality direct-to-video movies is especially noteworthy in what has become an important selling season for video in supermarkets. "Direct-to-video is rapidly gaining respect in the video trade," said an industry source who asked not to be identified. But other children's and family movies that did enjoy a theatrical life also will be ...

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