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October 22, 1998

Last week's Top 5 rentals: "Lost in Space," "A Perfect Murder," "City of Angels," "Mercury Rising" and "Paulie."

Last week's Top 5 sellers: "Lost in Space," "Lady and the Tramp," "Titanic" (pan and scan), "Paulie" and "Barney's Great Adventure."

What's New

In stores this week:

"Hope Floats" (Fox, $20), romantic drama starring Sandra Bullock. (PG-13)

"Species II" (MGM), the bloodfest continues. (R)

"The Big Hit" (Columbia TriStar), action-thriller starring Mark Wahlberg. (R)

"Race for the Record" (Polygram, $20), Mark McGwire and Sammy Sosa race to beat Roger Maris' record.

"Picnic at Hanging Rock" (Home Vision), Peter Weir's cut of his 1975 drama.

"Midnight Express" (Columbia TriStar, $20), remastered version of the award-winning thriller starring Brad Davis. (R)

"Chitty Chitty Bang Bang" (MGM, $15), deluxe, remastered edition of the 1968 Dick Van Dyke musical. (G)

"Always Outnumbered, Always Outgunned" (HBO), drama starring Laurence Fishburne. (R)

"Cross of Iron" (Hen's Tooth, $30), Sam Peckinpah's World War II action-thriller. (R)

"The Who: Isle of Wight" (Rhino, $20), the legendary group in a 1970 concert performance.

"Best of the Best: Without Warning" (Dimension), action-thriller starring Phillip Rhee and Ernie Hudson. (R)

"The Werewolf Reborn" (Full Moon), horror film.

"Frankenstein Reborn" (Full Moon), horror film.

What's Coming

Tuesday: "Gone With the Wind," "The Opposite of Sex," "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."

Nov. 24: "Doctor Dolittle" and "The Negotiator."

Dec. 1: "The Mask of Zorro," "Sliding Doors" and "Almost Heroes."

Rental video charts provided by VSDA

VidTrac, sales charts by VideoScan Inc.

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