CINCINNATI -- Some 50 Kroger stores in the Cincinnati/Dayton area pulled rental copies of Columbia TriStar Home Video's R-rated "Striptease" during Thanksgiving week. The chain removed the movie, starring Demi Moore, a few days after copies went on display Nov. 19, because "we're a family-oriented store," said a Kroger store manager here, who asked to remain anonymous. Kroger officials had no comment. The chain's decision to remove the video from rental shelves of stores in this fairly ...

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