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Regency Valley Plaza 6

Movie theaters, Multiplex North Hollywood
Regency Valley Plaza 6
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Though this North Hollywood theater is pretty no-frills, it’s hard to beat showings of last season’s releases for $3.50 or, on Sundays and Tuesdays, $1.75.

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Address: 6355 Bellingham Ave
Los Angeles
91606
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