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Landmark's Century Centre Cinema

Landmark Century Cinema
Lincoln Park
Venue name: Landmark's Century Centre Cinema
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Address: 2828 N Clark St
Chicago

Cross street: between Diversey Pkwy and Orchard St
Transport: El stop: Brown, Purple (rush hrs) to Diversey. Bus: 22, 36, 76.
Price: $11, seniors $8.50, kids $8.50, students $9 (Mon–Fri)
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