SACRAMENTO, Calif. -- Bel Air Markets here used a package of hard-to-find Disney moratorium titles to promote the release of "Aristocats." The grand prize for a contest, which ended last month, was put together by dipping into a stockpile of Disney Masterpiece videos set aside when the titles came out, said Rick Ang, buyer at Video Mart here, which racks the video departments in 17 Bel Air supermarkets. "This was a promotion that we hope will stick in people's minds for quite a while, rather ...

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