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August 20, 1998

Last week's Top 5 rentals: "The Wedding Singer," "U.S. Marshals," "Good Will Hunting," "Hard Rain" and "Jackie Brown."

Last week's Top 5 sellers: "The Black Cauldron," "Spirit of Mickey," "Grease 20th Anniversary With CD," "Spice World" and "Springer: Too Hot for TV."

What's New

In stores this week:

"The Apostle" (Universal), drama starring Robert Duvall. (R)

"Kundun" (Touchstone), Martin Scorsese's film about the Dalai Lama. (PG-13)

"The Borrowers" (Polygram, $23), family fantasy starring John Goodman. (PG)

"The Newton Boys" (Fox), action-adventure with Matthew McConaughey. (PG-13)

"An Alan Smithee Film Burn Hollywood Burn" (Hollywood), satire starring Ryan O'Neal. (R)

"Soul in the Hole" (Xenon), basketball film. (R)

"A Self Made Hero" (New Yorker), French drama.

"Nenette and Boni" (New Yorker), Claire Denis' drama.

"Captaine Conan" (Kino), Betrand Tavernier's award-winning World War I drama. (R)

"Diana: In Her Own Words" (MPI, $20), a collection of statements and appearances.

"Summer Fling" (Miramax), comedy starring Jared Leto. (R)

"Jack Higgins' Thunder Point" (Paramount), action-thriller starring Kyle MacLachlan. (R)

"End of the Summer" (Paramount), romantic drama starring Jacqueline Bisset. (R)

"Arctic Kingdom: Life at the Edge" (National Geographic, $20), nature documentary.

"Yellowstone: Realm of the Coyote" (National Geographic, $20).

What's Coming

Tuesday: "Men With Guns," "Four Little Girls," "Woo," "The Leading Man" and "The Real Blonde."

Sept. 1: "Titanic," "Barney's Great Adventure: The Movie" and "Homegrown."

Sept. 8: "Primary Colors" and "Wild Things."

Sept. 15: "City of Angels," "Twilight," "Lady and the Tramp," "He Got Game," "Mercury Rising," "Deep Rising," "Suicide Kings," "Wide Awake," "Hush" and "A Price Above Rubies."

Sept. 22: "My Giant," "Dangerous Beauty," "The Players Club" and "Nightwatch."

Rental video charts provided by VSDA

VidTrac, sales charts by VideoScan Inc.

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