CULVER CITY, Calif. -- It felt like Christmas inside the Russian Tea Room in New York early this month, when Columbia TriStar Home Video here co-hosted a "holiday" luncheon to promote children's titles it is distributing for National Geographic Video. As Christmas songs played, representatives from both companies discussed "GeoKids," a series geared to children ages two to six, and "Really Wild Animals," aimed at ages four to 10. "GeoKids" features three life-like animal characters: Bobby ...

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