With national attention focused in recent months on movie ratings, and especially on the marketing of violent fare to children, consumers may be growing more receptive to family-friendly versions of films. Two recently publicized programs, similar in aim but unrelated, seem designed to test this premise. The first is a studio undertaking; the second is an independent venture by a video retailer. One project, from New Line Home Video, Los Angeles, adds three sell-through titles edited for ...
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