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June 1994
Variety;6/6/94, Vol. 355 Issue 6, p9
Trade Publication
Presents a summary of entertainment industry statistics in the United States as of June 6, 1994. Sales of the `Johnny Carson: His Favorite Moments from the Tonight Show' videotapes; Broadway long runs; Advertising revenues of cable networks; Best of the West; Top five movies' four-day weekends' earnings; Top five per-screen averages; Stock gainers and losers.


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