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See Classic Flicks for 25 Cents in Honor of Grauman's Chinese Theatre's 85th Anniversary

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Movie lovers can celebrate the legacy of the silver screen and honor the 85th anniversary of the city's iconic Grauman's Chinese Theatre with a special screening series of films. The best part: You can get your ticket for the throwback 1927 price of 25 cents.

The historic theatre, fronted by the famous courtyard full of celebrity hand and footprints, will be showing the following films on the following Mondays:

Shanghai Express (April 23); Hell's Angels (April 30); Breakfast at Tiffany's (May 21); and The King and I (May 28).

The movies selected are all films that held their premieres at the Chinese Theatre.

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Tickets go on sale Saturday, April 14th at Noon. The theatre says on their official Facebook page that if the 25-Cent Movie Mondays are successful they will continue them through the end of their 85th anniversary year.