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October 08, 1998

What's Hot

Last week's Top 5 rentals: "City of Angels," "Mercury Rising," "Wild Things," "The Wedding Singer" and "Primary Colors."

Last week's Top 5 sellers: "Lady and the Tramp," "Titanic" (pan and scan), "Barney's Great Adventure," "Casper Meets Wendy" and "Scooby-Doo on Zombie Island."

What's New

In stores this week:

"A Perfect Murder" (Warner), thriller starring Michael Douglas and Gwyneth Paltrow. (R)

"Lost in Space" (New Line, $23), sci-fi adventure starring William Hurt and Gary Oldman. (PG-13)

"Character" (Columbia TriStar), Oscar-winning Dutch drama. (R)

"Cold War" (Warner, $120), CNN's current 24-part documentary series.

"Breaking the Magician's Code: Magic's Biggest Secrets Finally Revealed" (Real, $20), popular Fox-TV special.

"The Eighteenth Angel" (Columbia TriStar), suspense thriller with Maximilian Schell. (R)

"Out of the Past" (A-Pix, $25), documentary on gay history.

"The Godson" (Sterling), comedy starring Rodney Dangerfield. (PG-13)

"Milo" (Sterling), horror thriller. (R)

"Last Assassins" (A-Pix), thriller starring Lance Henriksen and Nancy Allen. (R)

"The Hunted" (Paramount), thriller starring Harry Hamlin. (R)

"The Con" (Paramount), thriller starring William H. Macy. (PG-13)

What's Coming

Tuesday: "The X-Files," "The Last Days of Disco," "The Odd Couple II," "Tarzan and the Lost City," "Suicide Kings," "Major League 3," "The Big One," "I Got the Hook Up," "Black Dog," "Dancer, Texas Pop. 81" and "Quest for Camelot."

Oct. 20: "The Opposite of Sex," "Hope Floats" and "Species II."

Oct. 27: "Gone With the Wind," "Deep Impact," "The Butcher Boy" and "Clockwatchers."

Nov. 3: "Godzilla," "Les Miserables" and "Wild Man Blues."

Nov. 10: "The Horse Whisperer," "I Went Down," "Small Soldiers" and "Armetisia."

Nov. 13: "Armageddon."

Nov. 17: "Can't Hardly Wait," "The Land Girls," "Dirty Work," "Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas," "Passion in the Desert," "Hurricane Streets" and "Twentyfourseven."

Rental video charts provided by VSDA VidTrac and sales charts by VideoScan Inc.

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