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Mid Year 2003 Top VHS sellers

Top VHS sellers

Rank Title (Label/distributor) Release date Units (mils.) Revenue (mils.)
1 Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets (Warner) April 11 3.16 $52.9
2 My Big Fat Greek Wedding (HBO/Warner) Feb. 11 2.80 $45.0
3 Sweet Home Alabama (Buena Vista) Feb. 4 2.09 $31.8
4 Signs (Buena Vista) Jan. 7 1.98 $30.6
5 101 Dalmatians 2: Patch’s London Adventure (Buena Vista) Jan. 21 1.44 $24.4
6 Spy Kids 2: Island of Lost Dreams (Buena Vista) Feb. 18 1.43 $23.1
7 The Ring (DreamWorks/Universal) March 4 1.17 $18.7
8 Jungle Book 2 (Buena Vista) June 10 1.04 $17.2
9 Treasure Planet (Buena Vista) April 29 0.99 $16.8
10 Two Weeks Notice (Warner) April 29 1.03 $16.6
11 Drumline (Fox) April 15 0.96 $14.51
12 Lilo & Stitch (Buena Vista) Dec. 3, 2002 0.76 $13.2
13 Inspector Gadget 2 (Buena Vista) March 11 0.71 $11.2
14 The Wild Thornberrys Movie (Paramount) April 1 0.70 $10.8
15 The Recruit (Buena Vista) May 27 0.53 $8.9
16 Jackass the Movie (Paramount) March 25 0.72 $8.3
17 About Schmidt (New Line/Warner) June 3 0.50 $8.1
18 Stuart Little 2 (Columbia) Dec. 10, 2002 0.45 $7.8
19 Jonah—A VeggieTales Movie (Artisan) March 4 0.54 $7.8
20 Ice Age (Fox) Nov. 26, 2002 0.45 $7.8
21 Tuck Everlasting (Buena Vista) Feb. 25 0.50 $7.7
22 Atlantis II: Milo’s Return (Buena Vista) May 20 0.49 $6.8
23 Friday After Next (New Line/Warner) March 25 0.44 $6.7
24 The Country Bears (Buena Vista) Dec. 17, 2002 0.34 $5.8
25 Spirit—Stallion (Dreamworks/Universal) Nov. 19, 2002 0.32 $5.7
26 Walk Away the Pounds 3-pack (GoodTimes) Sept. 27, 2002 0.17 $5.1
27 Monsters, Inc (Buena Vista) Sept. 17, 2002 0.29 $5.0
28 Spider-Man (Columbia) Nov. 1, 2002 0.28 $4.9
29 Scooby-Doo and the Legend of the Vampire (Warner) March 4 0.32 $4.9
30 Beauty and the Beast (Buena Vista) Oct. 8, 2002 0.23 $4.5
31 Charlotte’s Web 2 (Paramount) March 18 0.43 $4.5
32 Like Mike (Fox) Dec. 10, 2002 0.28 $4.4
33 Body Sculpting System 3-pack (GoodTimes) Sept. 27, 2002 0.15 $4.3
34 Beauty and the Beast: Belle’s Magical World (Buena Vista) Feb. 25 0.27 $4.2
35 Ghost Ship (Warner) March 28 0.26 $4.1
36 Leslie Sansone—Get Up and Get Started (GoodTimes) Jan. 8, 2002 0.58 $4.1
37 Analyze That (Warner) May 13 0.26 $4.0
38 Pokemon 4 Ever (Miramax/ Buena Vista) March 18 0.26 $3.8
39 Hey Arnold—The Movie (Paramount) Dec. 31, 2002 0.24 $3.8
40 Austin Powers in Goldmember (New Line/Warner) Dec. 3, 2002 0.22 $3.7

Source: Video Business analysis of data from studios

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