Get Physical, Get Frightened

Howard, Brendan
October 2005
Home Media Retailing;10/23/2005, Vol. 27 Issue 43, p12
Trade Publication
Offers update on the home-entertainment and video offerings of several retailers in Costa Mesa, California as of October 2005. Best Buy; Target; Wal-Mart.


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