LOS ANGELES -- Hoping to capitalize on a market looking for edited family entertainment, New Line Home Video here released "The Mask," starring Jim Carrey, in an edited version for family viewing. According to Pam Kelley, New Line's vice president of sales, the studio removed language and scenes that it deemed might be offensive to those looking for films appropriate for younger viewers. Other movies on deck for an edited release are "Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery," "Dumb and ...
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