According to The Hollywood Reporter, The Adam Sandler-Drew Barrymore romantic comedy 50 First Dates, from Columbia TriStar Home Entertainment, debuted at No. 1 with $15.27 million in weekly rental revenue on Video Store magazine's list of top rental titles for the week ending June 20, knocking Warner Home Video's drama Mystic River and Universal Studios Home Video's romantic comedy Along Came Polly each down a notch in the top 3.

WHV's David Mamet thriller, Spartan, cracked the top 10 rentals in its debut frame, landing at No. 4. Two more newcomers made the top 20 rentals, according to Video Store magazine. The true-life survival story Touching the Void from MGM Home Entertainment just missed the top 10, with $3.25 million in rental revenue, coming in at No. 11. Paramount's Tupac Shakur entry Tupac: Resurrection connected with fans of the late rapper, placing it 16th on the list.

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Brian B.