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Published May 25, 2012 12:32 pm
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Several Wasatch Front theaters are offering family-friendly movies this summer on the cheap:

Cinemark theaters: Cinemark theaters along the Wasatch Front are offering summer movies for children. Purchase tickets for all 10 movies in the series, which begin in early June, in advance and pay only 50 cents each. Even without advance purchase, tickets are only $1 for each movie. These aren't first-run movies - titles include Kung Fu Panda 2, Happy Fee 2 and Dolphin Tale among others - but they are shown in an air-conditioned movie theater during the hot summer months. Go HERE to find participating movie theaters and the lineup at each location.

Water Gardens Theaters/Spanish Fork: The theater starts its summer movie program on May 29. Tickets are $1 each. Go HERE for more information and for a lineup of movies.

Water Gardens Theaters/Pleasant Grove: Summer movies start on June 5 and cost $1 each. Go HERE for a schedule.

The SCERA Center: The Orem center's summer movie program stats June 4. Tickets are $2. Go HERE for more information.

Towne Cinemas: The American Fork theater offers movie tickets for $1.50 each. Go HERE for more information.




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