A plentiful roster of kid's and family fare during the year's second half is a welcome challenge for supermarket video retailers, especially when compared with last year's slim pickings. During the fourth quarter, several megahits will dominate retail floor space, beginning with Disney's "Toy Story 2" from Buena Vista Home Video Oct. 17. Calling it a $250 million box-office juggernaut, Bill Bryant, vice president of sales, grocery and drug at Ingram Entertainment, La Vergne, Tenn., said he ...

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