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Moviestore Entertainment, which previously licensed six theatrical films to USA Networks, has licensed seven more titles to the cable service.

The licensing period is approximately 18 months to two years. USA gets an exclusive domestic basic-cable window to such titles as “Weekend Warriors” and “Meatballs III.” All have had a pay-cable window and are now being distributed to tv internationally.

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