SACRAMENTO, Calif. -- Bel Air Markets here saw rental revenues and profits jump when it put large quantities of fourth-quarter sell-through titles out for rent. The retailer was still in the midst of the test program at press time. The program involved titles like "Twister," "Toy Story," "Independence Day," "Mission: Impossible" and "The Nutty Professor," said Rick Ang, buyer at Video Mart in Sacramento, which racks video departments in 17 Bel Air supermarkets in the Sacramento area. Bel ...

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