OREM, Utah -- An effort to get studios to release the so-called "airline" versions of R-rated movies is flying once again. Some members of the Video Software Dealers Association are attempting to convince studios to release these versions, which are typically edited for viewing on airplanes and later on television, said Gregg Wright, president of Sound Vision. Wright is president of VSDA's Utah chapter and is also an investor in Video III here, which racks 120 supermarket rental departments ...
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