Now that consumers have embraced the DVD format for hit movies and major action titles, many people in the entertainment industry are looking forward to young children's titles becoming popular on DVD as well. Studios are attempting to lure kids to the format with added features and bonus material not available on the VHS versions, and retailers said they have started to see some interest in young children's DVDs. Still, the demand for children's titles on DVD is nowhere near what it is in ...

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