This season retailers can choose from an abundance of scary titles that should provide them with a strong selling event. "There's a lot of product which should sell well," said Ken Stilling, vice president of sales at ETD Entertainment Distributing, Houston. The following is a roundup of what some of the studios will be releasing related to Halloween in the upcoming weeks. "The end of the third quarter is packed, on through the fourth quarter," said Rick Rhoades, a spokesman for Twentieth ...
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