Grocers are dreaming of a green Christmas. With the box-office smash "Shrek" hitting store shelves Nov. 2 and "Dr. Seuss' How the Grinch Stole Christmas!" -- better known as "The Grinch" -- following closely on Nov. 20, retailers can expect to see both titles stuffing a lot of stockings. "Shrek," a computer-animated feature from DreamWorks Home Entertainment, Glendale, Calif., has already grossed more than $260 million in theaters, about the same volume "The Grinch" did in theaters when it ...

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