Those memorable moments that enshrine a World Series into a fall classic are packed into "The Official 2002 World Series Home Video" (and DVD) due out Tuesday, four weeks after the final game's final out.

The one-hour video includes highlights of the seven-game series between the Anaheim Angels and the Barry Bonds-led San Francisco Giants.

The video offers an intimate look at the Angels on their journey to the championship, featuring behind-the-scenes footage and interviews of key players and the managers of the two wild-card teams. Among those who offer their views are World Series most valuable player Troy Glaus; Garret Anderson, whose double drove in what proved to be the decisive runs in the final game; and closer Troy Percival.

The VHS and DVD, co-produced by Major League Baseball Productions and Q Video, list for $19.95. The DVD offers 30 minutes of extra footage (800-227-3225).

Also available from MLB/Q Video is "The 30 Most Memorable Moments in Baseball History" (VHS, $14.95; DVD, $19.95), including the top 10 moments that aired on TV before Game 4 of the Series.

The 20 runners-up include Bobby Thomson's 1951 at-bat when he hit the "shot heard 'round the world" and Roger Maris's then-record 61st home run in 1961.

Current Video Releases

A Concert for America (Pioneer Entertainment: DVD, $24.98; VHS, $19.98) Includes performances by Farm Aid founders Willie Nelson, Neil Young and John Mellencamp from Noblesville, Ind., just 18 days after the 9/11 attack. This is the first time a Farm Aid concert has been made available on video.

A History of Great Britain (A&E Home Video: five-disc DVD set, or eight-volume VHS, $99.95, 800-423-1212) The set includes all 15 one-hour episodes of the BBC production based on Simon Schama's book. The production was six years in the making.

Ice Age (due Tuesday from Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment: DVD, $29.98; VHS, $24.98) The saga of the sub-zero heroes features a new animated short, "Scrat's Missing Adventure," on both DVD and VHS.

Lost World (A&E Home Video: two-disc DVD set, $39.95; VHS, $24.95) Based on Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's novel and starring Bob Hoskins and Peter Falk, the DVD has more than two hours of bonus material including the documentary "Dinosaur Secrets Revealed."

Spirit: Stallion of the Cimarron (Dreamworks: DVD, $19.95; VHS, $15.95) In addition to the animated movie, the DVD includes "Spirit's Make-a-Movie Studio," which enables youngsters to make their own "Spirit" movie.

National sales

1. Scooby-Doo

2. Mr. Deeds

3. Monsters, Inc.

4. E.T.

5. Beauty and the Beast

6. Insomnia

7. Barbie as Rapunzel

8. Scorpion King

9. The Lord of the Rings

10. Harry Potter

11. SpongeBob SquarePants Halloween

12. Big Fat Liar

13. Scooby-Doo: Winter Wonderdog

14. Scooby-Doo Meets Batman

15. Schoolhouse Rock

--Video Business, week ended Nov. 3

National rentals

1. Spider-Man

2. The Sum of All Fears

3. Mr. Deeds

4. Divine Secrets of the Ya-Ya Sisterhood

5. Insomnia

6. Bling Bling

7. Windtalkers

8. Scooby-Doo

9. Enough

10. Panic Room

11. Changing Lanes

12. Murder by Numbers

13. Eight Legged Freaks

14. The Scorpion King

15. Monsters, Inc.

--Video Business, week ended Nov. 10

Local sales

1. Spider-Man

2. Divine Secrets

Of the Ya-Ya Sisterhood

3. Scooby-Doo

4. Monsters, Inc.

5. The Powerpuff Girls Movie

6. Mr. Deeds

7. Beauty and the Beast

8. Eight Legged Freaks

9. The Santa Clause

10. Barbie as Rapunzel

11. E.T.

12. Harry Potter

13. Shrek

14. Scooby-Doo: Winter Wonderdog

15. The Lord of the Rings

Local rentals

1. Spider Man

2. The Sum of All Fears

3. Divine Secrets

Of the Ya-Ya Sisterhood

4. Mr. Deeds

5. Insomnia

6. Enough

7. Windtalkers

8. Murder by Numbers

9. Panic Room

10. Changing Lanes

11. Life, or Something Like It

12. Eight Legged Freaks

13. High Crimes

14. Monsters, Inc.

15. The Scorpion King

--Blockbuster Video, week ended Nov 10