SPRINGDALE, Ark. -- Consumer awareness is driving demand for widescreen versions of movies at Harps Food Stores here, said Randy Weddington, video specialist. The company is developing sections of the letter-boxed tapes, which show the entire theatrical movie frame instead of the usual "pan-and-scan" versions that fill television screens but cut out portions of the picture. With more large-screen television sets in American homes and with the publicity being given new technologies like ...

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