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Year End 2000 Top video titles

Top video titles

Rank Title Label/Distributor Video rev* (mils.) Box office (mils.) Release date % of rev that is sales
1 Tarzan Buena Vista $268 $172 Feb. 1 90%
2 Toy Story 2 Buena Vista $209 $246 Oct. 17 90%
3 The Sixth Sense Buena Vista $200 $294 July 11 33%
4 The Phantom Menace (VHS only) Fox $176 $431 Nov. 21 78%
5 The Green Mile Warner $157 $137 Oct. 17 33%
6 Stuart Little Columbia $156 $140 April 18 74%
7 X-Men Fox $141 $157 Nov. 20 78%
8 Erin Brockovich Universal $134 $126 Aug. 15 49%
9 Gladiator DreamWorks/Universal $123 187 Nov. 20 52%
10 The Little Mermaid II: Return to the Sea Buena Vista $121 (video only) Sept. 19 89%
11 The Perfect Storm Warner $120 $183 Nov. 14 57%
12 Double Jeopardy Paramount $118 $117 Feb. 22 12%
13 Chicken Run DreamWorks/Universal $97.8 $107 Nov. 20 79%
14 Runaway Bride Paramount $97 $152 June 27 20%
15 Nutty Professor II: The Klumps Artisan $96.3 $123 Dec. 5 71%
16 The Bone Collector Universal $91.8 $67 Aug. 29 10%
17 The Matrix Warner $91.5 $172 Dec. 7, 1999 62%
18 Three Kings Warner $91.0 $61 April 11 16%
19 American Beauty DreamWorks/Universal $90.2 130 May 9 21%
20 The Tigger Movie Buena Vista $90 $46 Aug. 22 89%
21 The Patriot Columbia $89 $113 Oct. 24 32%
22 Pokémon: The First Movie Warner $87 $86 March 21 83%
23 Mission: Impossible 2 Paramount $86 $215 Nov. 7 40%
24 The World Is Not Enough MGM $83 $127 May 16 46%
25 Galaxy Quest DreamWorks/Universal $78 71 May 2 44%
26 End of Days Universal $77 $67 April 18 14%
27 Blue Streak Columbia $75 $68 July 25 10%
28 Sleepy Hollow Paramount $73 $101 Oct. 3 13%
29 The Thomas Crown Affair MGM $72 $69 Jan. 4 12%
30 Any Given Sunday Warner $69 $76 Sept. 1 13%
31 Gone in 60 Seconds Buena Vista $68 $102 Dec. 5 39%

*Estimated consumer spending on rental and sales of DVD and VHS
Source: VSDA VidTrac and studios

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