SEATTLE -- Retailers worried about a mediocre year for video rental and sell-through can relax. Their ship has come in. "Titanic," the $600 million domestic box-office phenomenon, was released to the video market Sept. 1 by Paramount Home Video, Hollywood, Calif. The two-tape set has a minimum advertised price of $19.95, no suggested retail and a 90-day pay-per-view window. The film opened last December in theaters and still ranks among the Top 20 earners. Ticket sales were $385,000 the ...

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