ORLANDO, Fla. -- The video release of "Monsters, Inc." lived up to its name: It was a monster. Selling some 11 million video units in its first week -- 7 million were a two-disc DVD set -- the title was second to 1995's "The Lion King," which sold 20 million units in its first week, Buena Vista Home Entertainment, Burbank, Calif., confirmed. The title reportedly sold 5 million units in its first day of release. But unlike "Lion King," the success of "Monsters, Inc." caught many retailers by ...
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