The squeeze is on. Retailers are looking forward to a banner fourth quarter for sell-through video, with the flow of products having already begun in August, and the biggest title, "Titanic," streeting tomorrow. The only problem for most will be how to fit the unprecedented number of high-profile movies into their stores. "Bring it on," said Matt Dillon, video director at the Concordia, Kan.-based Boogaart Retail division of Fleming Cos. "I look for a great fourth quarter on both rental ...

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