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Regency Academy Cinemas

Movie theaters, Multiplex Pasadena
Regency Academy Cinemas
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Time Out says

The sister cinema in Pasadena offers a similar slate and pricing ($3.50, matinees before 6pm $2.50) along with an irresistible date-night deal on Wednesdays after 6pm: two tickets, two bags of popcorn and two fountain drinks for only $10.

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Address: 1003 E Colorado Blvd
Pasadena
91106
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