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April 23, 1998

Last week's Top 5 rentals: "I Know What You Did Last Summer," "Seven Years in Tibet," "Red Corner," "Devil's Advocate" and "Boogie Nights."

Last week's Top 5 sellers: "The Little Mermaid," "Peter Pan," "Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery," "Hercules" and "Selena."

What's New

In stores this week:

"L.A. Confidential" (Warner), Curtis Hanson's acclaimed film noir starring Oscar winner Kim Basinger and Kevin Spacey. (R)

"Mrs. Brown" (Miramax), drama starring Judi Dench. (PG)

"Flubber" (Disney, $23), comedy starring Robin Williams. (PG)

"Cop Land" (Miramax), drama starring Sylvester Stallone. (R)

"Don King: Only in America" (HBO), biopic starring Ving Rhames. (R)

"Tom Jones" (A&E, $100), new version of the classic.

"The Whole Town's Talking" (Columbia TriStar, $20), a 1935 comedy directed by John Ford with Jean Arthur.

"The Bold Caballero: A Zorro Adventure" (Republic, $15), Republic's first sound and color film.

"The Man in the Iron Mask" (Monterey, $50), William Richert's version of the Dumas classic.

"Repulsion" (Columbia TriStar, $20), Roman Polanski's thriller.

"Requiem for a Heavyweight" (Columbia TriStar, $20), film version of Rod Serling's TV drama.

"Tunnel Vision" (Hen's Tooth, $20), a 1976 comedy starring Chevy Chase. (R)

"Asylum" (Monarch), thriller starring Malcolm McDowell. (R)

"Michael Crawford in Concert" (Warner, $20), the "Phantom of the Opera" star croons.

"Bonanza" (Republic, $15 each), eight volumes of episodes.

"Stomp Out Loud" (HBO, $20), the dance troupe performs.

"Body Count" (Polygram), thriller starring David Caruso. (R)

What's Coming

Tuesday: "The Jackal," "Anastasia," "Kiss or Kill" and "Telling Lies in America."

May 5: "Alien Resurrection," "Mouse Hunt," "Gattaca" and "For Richer or for Poorer."

May 12: "Tomorrow Never Dies," "Washington Square," "Playing God" and "Close Encounters of the Third Kind: Collector's Edition."

May 19: "As Good as It Gets," "Starship Troopers," "Shall We Dance?" and "An American Werewolf in Paris."

Rental video charts provided by VSDA

VidTrac, sales charts by VideoScan Inc.

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