Religious-themed videos, especially those aimed at children's audiences, continue to make a comeback this year, led by the high-profile home-video release last week of "The Prince of Egypt" from DreamWorks Home Entertainment, Glendale, Calif. "'The Prince of Egypt' is a big hit," said Bob Tollini, senior vice president of marketing at Major Video Concepts, Indianapolis. "It's repeatable and Disney-esque. In fact, the customer response is equivalent to that for a Disney classic." "'The ...
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