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'Cars' mows down rivals on 2 charts - GameDaily, 11/16/06

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  • 'Cars' mows down rivals on 2 charts - GameDaily, 11/16/06

    GameDaily, 11/16/06
    'Cars' mows down rivals on 2 charts

    Buena Vista Home Entertainment's "Cars" easily zoomed to the top spot on the national DVD sales chart for the week ending Nov. 12, buoyed by sales of about 5 million DVDs its first two days.

    By Thomas K. Arnold

    The Pixar theatrical hit is the year's second-biggest boxoffice success, with a domestic gross of $244 million.

    The impact of "Cars" was so great that no other studio pitted a big summer theatrical against it. The most anyone could muster was "Little Man" from Sony Pictures, which grossed $21.6 million. The comedy came in second on the Nielsen VideoScan First Alert sales chart its first week in stores, but total unit sales were less than 10% those of "Cars."
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