Opportunities abound in the big business of entertainment- and character-licensed merchandise. This holiday season will be no exception, as supermarkets can buy into a flood of products related to hits like "Toy Story" and "Twister," or older reissued hits such as "E.T." and "The Wizard of Oz." "Toy Story" alone is going to be "huge," according to a spokesman at Disney's Buena Vista Home Video, Burbank, Calif. There are three times as many licensed products associated with the video ...

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