Supermarket retailers are hungry for changes in the way they buy their rental videos. Ever since the first copy-depth programs were introduced several years ago, supermarkets that rent videos have had to cope with the complicated pricing schedules that studios calculate for each movie title they release. When MGM Home Entertainment, Santa Monica, Calif., makes "Hannibal" available on video and DVD next month, however, it will be the first time since the copy-depth programs were created that ...

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