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  2. Cinema of India - Wikipedia

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    Cinema of India No. of screens 6,327 single screens (2019) 3,200 multiplex screens (2019) • Per capita 9 per million (2015) Produced feature films (2019) Total 2446 Number of admissions (2016) Total 2,020,000,000 • Per capita 1.69 National films 1,713,600,000 Gross box office (2019) Total ₹ 190 billion ($ 2.7 billion) National films $2.1 billion (2015) [5] South Asian cinema Cinema of ...

  3. List of movie theater chains - Wikipedia

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    ^ "Big Movies, Small Prices - Film.Ca Cinemas in Oakville, ON". Film.Ca Cinemas in Oakville, ON. ^ "Premier Theatres". www.premiertheatres.ca. ^ "AMC Theatres Closes Carmike Cinemas Acquisition to Become Largest U.S. Exhibitor". The Hollywood Reporter. Retrieved 2018-08-06. ^ KATU Staff. "Cinetopia movie theaters acquired by AMC". KATU.

  4. Landmark Theatres - Wikipedia

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    Landmark Theatres is the largest specialized movie theatre chain in the United States dedicated to exhibiting and marketing independent and foreign films. Since its founding in 1974, Landmark has grown to 35 theaters with 200 screens in 22 markets. Landmark Theatres is known for both its historic and newer, more modern theatres.

  5. Category:Films shot in California - Wikipedia

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    Avenged (2013 American film) Avenging Angel (2007 film) Axeman (film) B Baby: Secret of the Lost Legend Babysitter Wanted Back to School The Backlot Murders The Bad Batch (film) The Bad Kids Bad Manners (1984 film) Bad Santa Bad Teacher Bagdad Cafe Balls of Fury The Bamboo Saucer Bandits (2001 film) The Banger Sisters Barton Fink Batman (1966 film)

  6. Pussycat Theaters - Wikipedia

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    The first Pussycat Theater opened in March 1966 on 444 South Hill Street, Los Angeles. Within two years, there were almost a dozen locations, from San Diego to San Francisco. In 1968, Vince Miranda bought a 50% share of the company. Miranda was unable to prevent those outside California from using the Pussycat name.

  7. Century Theatres - Wikipedia

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    The first Century theater was the Century 21 in San Jose, California, which opened November 24, 1964, adjacent to the Winchester Mystery House. The Century 21 theater was built to showcase Cinerama type movies (the left and right empty projection booths are still present), but in fact, it showed only 70mm movies.

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