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Norwalk, CT. June 27, 2006 - It’s that time of year again, and kids across the country can’t wait to start enjoying their summer…that, of course, always includes plenty of movies and popcorn!
And that also means it’s time for the Crown Theatres FREE Summer Kids Film Festival - a popular community tradition since 1995 - which continues this summer at select Crown Theatres locations starting this month. Now, on any given weekday morning, laughter and applause will fill theatre auditoriums across the country. The eight to ten week festival is ready again to offer a new movie each week for these eager moviegoers.
Zvi Cole, Director of Marketing for Crown Theatres Nationwide, said, “This year’s movies include many of the biggest hits from the past year: Charlie & The Chocolate Factory, Racing Stripes, Winn Dixie, Cheaper By The Dozen 2, Madagascar, Dreamer, Nanny Michele and Curious George. Its terrific fun for the entire family and it’s free!"
The films are offered to the community free-of-charge as Crown Theatres’ way of saying “thank you” to moviegoers who have patronized their local Crown Theatre over the year. As June has started off with a heat wave already, it can also give youngsters a few hours of fun in a cool, air-conditioned environment where they can share one of their favorite films with friends and family.
Check with your local Crown Theatre for dates and time. On certain mornings, events including clowns, jugglers, face painting, coloring, police & fire safety talks will be scheduled. Media sponsors and promotional partners make appearances all summer long such as New Line Cinema, Garelick Farms and State Farm Insurance.
Source: Crown Theatres Press Release
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