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October 29, 1998

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

Last week's Top 5 sellers: "The X-Files" (pan and scan), "Quest for Camelot," "Lady and the Tramp," "Titanic" (pan and scan) and "Lost in Space."

What's New

In stores this week:

"Gone With the Wind" (New Line, $20), restored version of the 1939 classic starring Clark Gable and Vivien Leigh. (G)

"Deep Impact" (Paramount), disaster thriller starring Robert Duvall. (PG-13)

"The Opposite of Sex" (Columbia TriStar), dark comedy starring Christina Ricci. (R)

"The Butcher Boy" (Warner), Neil Jordan's Irish drama. (R)

"Clockwatchers" (BMG), comedy starring Parker Posey. (PG-13)

"The Lion King II: Simba's Pride" (Disney, $26), made-for-video sequel to the 1994 animated hit. (G)

"Pavarotti in China" (Kino, $25), documentary.

"Bird Now" (WinStar, $25), documentary on Charlie Parker.

"A Town Like Alice" (WinStar, $25), documentary.

"Jerry Springer: I Refuse to Wear Clothes--Uncensored!" (Real Entertainment, $20), need we say more?

"A Woman Is a Woman" (Fox Lorber, $20), Jean-Luc Godard classic.

"Alone" (Fox Lorber), Horton Foote drama starring Hume Cronyn.

"Midnight Man" (Paramount), thriller starring Rob Lowe. (R)

"Breakout" (Monarch), family adventure starring Robert Carradine.

"Operation Delta Force 2" (Trimark), action-adventure. (R)

"Trucks" (Trimark), thriller starring Timothy Busfield. (R)

What's Coming

Tuesday: "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."

Dec. 8: "Six Days, Seven Nights," "The Parent Trap," "Lawn Dogs."

Rental video charts provided by VSDA

VidTrac, sales charts by VideoScan Inc.

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