Action star Steven Seagal hacked his way to the top of the box-office charts for the second consecutive week as his martial-arts drama "Marked for Death" collected $7.4 million.

According to figures released by Exhibitor Relations Co. Inc., the World War II aviation drama "Memphis Belle" flew into the second place with a national take of $5 million in its premiere engagement. "Ghost," the thriller-love story, was third on a gross of $4.2 million."Ghost" is the second-biggest moneymaker of the year with $167.4 million, behind "Pretty Woman," which has made $176.3 million.

In fourth was the re-release of the animated classic "Fantasia." It made $4 million. "Mr. Destiny," a new comedy starring Jim Belushi as an unhappy Little League veteran, opened in seventh with $3 million on a limited release of 727 screens.

"Welcome Home, Roxy Carmichael," a new drama starring Winona Ryder as a waifish teen in a small town, did poorly in its debut weekend. It grossed $1.8 million on 635 screens. In 10th was the "Henry & June," the first movie to get the new NC-17 rating, which made $1.4 million on 189 screens.

Playing in limited release, writer-director Barry Levinson's autobiographical "Avalon" collected $201,574, for a spectacular per-screen average of $28,796 on seven screens. The film spread nationwide on Friday.

Here are last week's top movie ticket sales as tallied by Exhibitor Relations:

1. "MARKED FOR DEATH," $7.4 million ($21.7 million, two weeks).

2. "Memphis Belle," $5 million (first week).

3. "Ghost," $4.2 million ($167.4 million, 14 weeks).

4. "Fantasia," $4 million ($11.2 million, two weeks).

5. "GoodFellas," $3.7 million ($27.1 million, four weeks).

6. "Pacific Heights," $3.6 million ($19.3 million, three weeks).

7. "Mr. Destiny," $3 million (first week).

8. "Postcards From the Edge," $2.2 million ($30.8 million, five weeks).

9. "Welcome Home, Roxy Carmichael," $1.8 million (first week).

10. "Henry & June," $1.4 million ($2.8 million, two weeks).