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Marcus Theatres is celebrating its 75th Anniversary this year, and they are offering a "Founder's Week Special" from Friday, October 29, 2010 through Thursday, November 4, 2010.
Admission is just $7.50 and it includes a free popcorn and soda.
There are some limitations, exclusions, and special notes, of course. Their web site mentions the following:
This doesn't seem to preclude movies being shown in their UltraScreens (which usually cost extra) and I expected that movies marked as "No Passes Allowed" would be excluded, but that also does not appear to be the case. If that's important to you, however, give the theater a call before you go (look on the Contact Information page for the theater in question in the list to the right).
At present, it appears that all Marcus Theatres locations are participating in this promotion, but that could change without notice.
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