LOS ANGELES -- Following years of requests by retailers in more conservative parts of the country, New Line Home Video here has decided to release five movies in versions that have been edited for family viewing. The studio hopes to release the movies, all of which originally had a PG-13 rating and which will be released in a version suitable for television viewing, sometime in the first quarter of 2000, said Pam Kelley, vice president of sales at New Line. "We've had requests for this for ...
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