Old movies are becoming a good business for supermarkets. With low price points, high margins and a vast selection of well-known titles, catalog videos selling for less than $10 are surprising retailers with their brisk movement. "We just got involved in it about a year ago with Baker & Taylor [a video distributor based in Morton Grove, Ill.]," said Darlene Kiefer, services coordinator for Seaway Food Town, Maumee, Ohio. "We were just dabbling in it, then we started to see the scan ...
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