When "Finding Nemo" sold 22 million DVD copies when it streeted at the end of 2003 to become the best-selling DVD of all time, that was incredible. When "Shrek 2" sold 12.2 million copies in its first weekend of release starting Nov. 12 and looked ready to knock the clown fish out of the top spot, that, too, was incredible. For supermarket retailers looking to reap the benefits of those kinds of numbers, 2005 shapes up as an Incredible year. The Pixar-Disney collaboration "The ...

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