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The Fenton Cinema in Fenton, Michigan closed December 7, 2008 and the owners are citing the bad economy for its closure, according to an article published today in Mlive.com:
Fenton Cinemas has taken its last curtain call.
The city's only local movie theater, 291 N. Alloy Drive, closed without warning Sunday after 23 years.
"The economy was absolutely a factor," said theater manager Donald Rainey, declining to elaborate. "It's not a happy situation for us."
Click the Read link below to view the full article. The theater was built in 1985 as a twin-screen location and was later expanded to eight screens.
Check out the list of nearby theaters to see where else you can watch movies on the big screen.
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