BOISE, Idaho -- Reacting to a lawsuit filed by the Directors Guild of America, Los Angeles, Albertsons has stopped renting edited versions of R-rated movies. The test by racker Video II, Sandy, Utah, was run this summer in 45 stores in the Salt Lake City area, and continued into September because of favorable response, according to media reports. Video II had purchased the equipment to edit language and certain scenes from R-rated videotapes to make them acceptable to a family audience, ...

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