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Year End 2000 Top DVD sellers

Top DVD sellers (ranked by units)

Rank Title Label/Distributor Units (mils.) Release date Rev (mils.)*
1 Gladiator DreamWorks/
3.4 Nov. 21 $63.1
2 X-Men Fox 2.2 Nov. 21 $51.0
3 The Sixth Sense Buena Vista 2.0 March 28 $38.0
4 The Matrix Warner 1.9 Sept. 21, 1999 $34.2
5 The Patriot Columbia TriStar 1.8 Oct. 24 $34.1
6 Mission: Impossible 2 Paramount 1.7 Nov. 7 $34.0
7 The Green Mile Warner 1.7 June 13 $28.9
8 The Perfect Storm Warner 1.6 Nov. 14 $25.6
9 Gone in 60 Seconds Buena Vista 1.3 Dec. 5 $26.3
10 Toy Story/Toy Story 2 set Buena Vista 1.2 Oct. 17 $33.0
11 Braveheart Paramount 1.1 Aug. 29 $23.1
12 Scary Movie Miramax/
Buena Vista
1.0 Dec. 12 $20.0
13 Jurassic Park (all editions) Universal 0.91 Oct. 10 $18.1
14 U-571 Universal 0.90 Oct. 24 $16.7
15 Tarzan (standard/collector’s) Buena Vista 0.89 Feb. 1/March 21 $20.4
16 American Pie (unrated) Universal 0.85 Dec. 21, 1999 $14.9
17 The Shawshank Redemption Warner 0.80 Dec. 21, 1999 $11.2
18 Independence Day Fox 0.75 June 27 $18.0
19 Chicken Run DreamWorks/
0.71 Nov. 21 $14.1
20 The Lost World: Jurassic Park Universal 0.70 Oct. 10 $12.1

* Units sold multiplied by average selling price
Source: VB research based on retailer and supplier reports

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