Supermarkets can expect a jammed pack of animation to move youthful consumers and enliven video sales. The entertainment industry is ramping up the amount of animated product it produces. This includes feature theatrical releases from major studios other than Disney, such as Warner Bros.' "Space Jam," a steady stream of direct-to-video features and other lines of nontheatrical titles, usually made first for television. The result is more sales and rentals for supermarket video programs, ...

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