TACOMA, Wash. -- Extremely low-priced DVDs are selling well for stores serviced by Video Management Co. here, said Greg Rediske, president. The public domain titles retail in most stores for $1.99 and lower in a few places, he said. "There's quite a variety of stuff, including some martial arts titles," he said. The cost is around 65 cents each. Among the television and movie titles are: "Bonanza," "Dragnet" and "Gilligan's Island." "The margins are good, but the cost per unit isn't big. ...
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