CULVER CITY, Calif. -- With the upcoming release of "The Indian in the Cupboard," Columbia TriStar Home Video here will begin a program that will send a regular stream of movies -- mostly family-oriented -- direct to sell-through. The studio has established a "Family Collection" label to help market the products. Priced at $22.95, "Indian," which will be released Jan. 16, 1996, will be the first title in that line. "It is an ideal title for supermarkets because, besides being a hugely ...

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