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Apparently, Titanic plays better on the big screen. The No. 1 grossing film in U.S. history doesn’t even crack the top 25 all-time best-selling DVDs at Amazon.com, according to the online retailer’s new ”Hall of Fame” list, released today as part of a 10th anniversary celebration that also includes celebrity home deliveries and a July 16 webcast of behind-the-scenes footage from The Lord of the Rings trilogy.

Interestingly enough, of the top 10 grossing films in U.S. theaters, only Star Wars and The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King cracked Amazon’s top 10 (although Amazon lists the Star Wars trilogy as a single entity). On the flip side, Gladiator (or as I like to call it, ”Glaaaaaaaaaaaadiator!”) — a mere No. 66 at cinemas — ranks at No. 9 at Amazon.

Of course, the Amazon list fails to take into account the number of times each DVD is actually watched; in that case, I think my niece Katie might single-handedly push Finding Nemo from No. 6 all the way to the top spot.