ONE OF FOUR THEATERS OF THIS TYPE LEFT IN TENNESSEE THAT STILL SHOWS MOVIES
Photo taken Nov. 3,2012 by Craig
THE BIGGEST CHANGE IN THE 61 YEAR HISTORY OF THE LINCOLN THEATRE
WE ARE NOW DIGITAL
AMAZING DIGITAL PROJECTORS, UNEQUALED DIGITAL SURROUND SOUND AND YES, WE CAN SHOW 3D MOVIES
WE ARE DEEP IN DEBT FROM BUYING ALL THIS REQUIRED EQUIPMENT TO COUNTINUE TO STAY IN BUSINESS. SO IF YOU CAN AFFORD TO COME EVERY WEEK, PLEASE DO.
Built 1951 - See your current movie with a 1950s feel
Man of Steel
Fri 7:00, 9:40 in 2D
Sat 3:00 in 2D, 7:00, 9:40
Sunday 3:00 in 2D, 7:00
last show June 20th
Fri 7:00, 9:15
Sat 7:00, 9:15
Sunday 3:00, 7:00
Showing on the 2nd floor
Starting soon at the Lincoln Theatre
The Lone Ranger
AVERAGE TICKET PRICE IN 1971 WAS $1.65.
ADJUST FOR INFLATION THAT 1971 TICKET WOULD BE $9.16 IN 2011 DOLLARS.
THE MOVIE INDUSTRY SUPPORTS 2.1 MILLION JOBS IN THE UNITED STATES AND MORE THAN 120,000 OF THOSE JOBS ARE IN MOVIE THEATERS
NOT SO FUN FACTS
Example: Top movie in May 2013
64% of ticket price goes to film company,
9.5% goes to pay sales tax,
& an avg. of 8.3% goes to RealD for 3D.
That's a total of 81.8% of the ticket sells that goes straight out the door of our beloved
MAN OF STEEL
Star Trek into Darkness
SAVE, SAVE, SAVE YOU COULD SAVE $4.25 PER ADULT 3D TICKET OVER GOING TO HUNTSVILLE
$5.02 (plus sales tax) on Tuesday, Thursday and the 3:00 & 5:00 shows on Sunday
MOVIES OPENING ON WEDNESDAY OR THURSDAY WILL BE PRICED AT 7.08 (plus sales tax)
(PRICES SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE)
BECAUSE OF A HUGE INCREASE IN COSTS, WE CAN NO LONGER ABSORB SALES TAX
Lincoln Theatre Huntsville theater
small $3.25 small $5.00
medium $4.00 medium $6.00
large $5.00 large $7.00
small $ 2.25 small $ 4.00
medium $2.75 medium $ 4.50
large $4.25 large $ 5.00
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