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The Blu-ray Limited Edition of The Disappearance of Haruhi Suzumiya film sold 77,000 copies to top Oricon's Blu-ray Disc sales chart for the December 13-19 week. A regular Blu-ray Disc edition also shipped on December 18, but it does not have the limited edition's script collection book and bonus extras disc, among other items.
The Hello! Project 2010 Summer ~Fankora!~ Blu-ray Disc debuted at #17.
|Rank||Last Week||Title||Release Date||Maker||Cover|
|1||-||K-ON!! (2nd Season) #6 (Limited First Pressing)||December 15||Pony Canyon|
|2||-||Black Rock Shooter Blu-ray & DVD Set (Nendoroid Petit B-RS Set Bundled Limited First Edition)||December 17||B-RS Project|
|3||-||Macross F Music Clip-Shū Nyan-Kuri||December 15||JVC Entertainment|
|4||-||The Disappearance of Haruhi Suzumiya Limited Edition||December 18||Kadokawa Pictures|
|6||-||How to Train Your Dragon Blu-ray & DVD Set||December 17||Paramount Home Entertainment Japan|
|8||-||Trigun: Badlands Rumble||December 15||JVC Entertainment|
|9||3||Toy Story 3 Blu-ray+DVD Set (Blu-ray Case)||November 3||Walt Disney Japan|
|10||-||Amagami SS 4 Kaoru Tanamachi Part II (Blu-ray Limited First Pressing)||December 15||Pony Canyon|
|11||-||The Disappearance of Haruhi Suzumiya Standard Edition||December 18||Kadokawa Pictures|
|14||14||Magical Girl Lyrical Nanoha The MOVIE 1st (Limited First Edition)||November 26||King|
|18||12||Toy Story Blu-ray Trilogy Set (Limited-Time Release)||November 3||Walt Disney Japan|
|20||9||Mobile Suit Gundam UC #2||November 12||Bandai Visual|
[There are gaps in the chart above because non-animated Blu-ray Disc releases are not included. SoundScan Japan's methods of surveying home video sales are different from those of the competing firm Oricon, which often lead to differing results between the two. Neither firm directly posts more data for weekly sales than what is listed here. Any purportedly additional data comes from unverified, anonymous sources.]
Update: How to Train Your Dragon's image link and title fixed, and notes about The Disappearance of Haruhi Suzumiya added. Thanks, Anime Remix, nicky_008, and Megiddo.
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