Retailers across the country ran wild violating the street date of "Jurassic Park." All classes of trade that sell videos, including supermarkets, were caught up in the most widespread and blatant case of street-date jumping yet. It started as early as 10 days before the official Oct. 4 street date of "Jurassic Park" and gained momentum through the weekend prior to the release date. "Retailers have broken street dates in the past, but this is the first time it's so widespread," said Tim ...

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