LONG HOT SUMMER

Supermarkets and distributors are counting on heat to drive customers into their video departments this summer regardless of what titles are available.Traditionally, they said, the summer season is second only to the winter holidays in sales and rentals, and it doesn't really matter what titles are on the shelves -- many people just want to stay indoors, usually to escape the blistering hot weather.

Supermarkets and distributors are counting on heat to drive customers into their video departments this summer regardless of what titles are available.

Traditionally, they said, the summer season is second only to the winter holidays in sales and rentals, and it doesn't really matter what titles are on the shelves -- many people just want to stay indoors, usually to escape the blistering hot weather. Their choice of entertainment is often a video or a game.

That said, though,

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