'Cars' Gets Checkered Flag

Arnold, Thomas K.
November 2006
Home Media Retailing;11/19/2006, Vol. 28 Issue 48, p26
Trade Publication
The article presents the performance of the DVD release "Cars" in the market. Buena Vista Home Entertainment's "Cars" occupies the second spot in the sales chart with over 5 million DVDs sold in the first two days. Sony Pictures' "Little Man" came in third. The article reports that the holdover movie "Mission: Impossible III" still occupies the top spot in sales.


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