Top DVD Sales of 2001

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  1. Adam_WM

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    In recent days, I've seen a few threads asking about DVD software sales. I stumbled upon this list. Hope it helps.
    Also, at the bottom of the list, you'll see a link to DVD rentals. It is funny to see that the #1 seller, Shrek, is #22 on the rentals.
    Top DVD Sales 2001
     
  2. LukeB

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    Thanks for the post. I suppose they count all the releases of an individual title to its sales total?
     
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    ...neither rhyme nor reason in that list, at least in my opinion.
     
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    Yikes! That's a pretty sorry DVD list.

    I only liked 3 movies on that list.
     
  5. Steve Clark

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    Wow! Maybe we need to resurrect that thread of last year predicting the top DVD sales for 2001. If I recall, most members of this forum boldly predicted that the TPM would lead the way.
     
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    Pearl Harbor outsold Star Wars, whats wrong with people?
     
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    Pearl Harbor has a broader appeal(CHICKS DIG LOVE STORIES AND BEN AFFLEK). So you got both women and men buying it, as opposed to TPM which was by far the weakest Star Wars movie and managed to annoy many Star Wars fans.
     

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