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Century Orleans 18

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West Las Vegas

This 18-screener at the Orleans ushered Las Vegas into the cineplex era with such amenities as stadium seating and THX-equipped auditoria. Although it isn't as chic as its chief competitor, the nearby Brenden Las Vegas 14 at the Palms, it's remained one of the valley's most beloved movie theatres. Every so often, the roster includes a major studio-sanctioned art flick.

Name: Century Orleans 18
Address: 4500 W Tropicana Avenue
Las Vegas

Cross Street: between S Decatur & S Valley View Boulevards
Venue phone: 702 227 3456
Website: http://www.cinemark.com
Transport: Bus 103, 104, 201
Price: Admission $9.50-$9.75; $6 reductions; $6.75 before 6pm
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