Monday, June 17, 2013

Cleveland Cinemas’ $1 Family Films Series kicks off with showings of the original “Muppet Movie”

[Press release from Cleveland Cinemas.]

Cleveland Cinemas, with the support of V107.3, Family Fun Directory, Nestle USA & Ingenuity Fest, will present its $1 FAMILY FILMS series, June 18 through July 25, at the Capitol Theatre (1390 W. 65th St., Cleveland), Chagrin Cinemas (8200 E. Washington St., Chagrin Falls) and Shaker Square Cinemas (13116 Shaker Square, Cleveland).

“We’re excited to offer our $1 Family Films this summer,” says Ken Young, Cleveland Cinemas Director of Operations. “With tickets priced at just $1, parents can take advantage of this low-cost opportunity to take their children to the theatre to see these great family films.”

Films, locations, dates and times are as follows:


THE MUPPET MOVIE (1979 original)
Chagrin Cinemas, June 18th at 10 AM
Shaker Square Cinemas, June 19th at 10 AM
Capitol Theatre, June 20th at 10 AM

DESPICABLE ME
Chagrin Cinemas, June 25th at 10 AM
Shaker Square Cinemas, June 26th at 10 AM
Capitol Theatre, June 27th at 10 AM

DR. SEUSS' THE LORAX
Chagrin Cinemas, July 2nd at 10 AM
Shaker Square Cinemas, July 3rd at 10 AM
Capitol Theatre, July 4th at 10 AM

MADAGASCAR 3
Chagrin Cinemas, July 9th at 10 AM
Shaker Square Cinemas, July 10th at 10 AM
Capitol Theatre, July 11th at 10 AM

HOTEL TRANSYLVANIA
Chagrin Cinemas, July 16th at 10 AM
Shaker Square Cinemas, July 17th at 10 AM
Capitol Theatre, July 18th at 10 AM

THE PIRATES! BAND OF MISFITS
Chagrin Cinemas, July 23rd at 10 AM
Shaker Square Cinemas, July 24th at 10 AM
Capitol Theatre, July 25th at 10 AM

All seats for the films in this series are $1. Tickets will be on sale at the theatre box office only. Doors open at 9:30 AM. One adult guardian is required for every 10 children.

Kiddie combos at the concession stand will be discounted to just $2.50 during the $1 Family Films.

For more information on the series and updates visit: www.ClevelandCinemas.com.

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