HOLLYWOOD, Calif. -- The biggest box office movie of all time will soon be playing in supermarkets. "Titanic," which had grossed $581 million domestically by a recent count -- it was still on weekly top 10 lists last week -- will be released to home video on Sept. 1, priced for the sell-through market. The two-tape set will have a minimum advertised price of $19.95, no suggested retail price, a 90-day pay-per-view window and an order date of July 28. Paramount Home Video will team with ...

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