Holiday Classics Retro Series at St. Louis Area Marcus Theatres

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It's the most wonderful time of the year, and you can celebrate it by introducing your kids to some of your favorite classic holiday movies on the big screen! Movies in the Holiday Classics Retro Series at Marcus Theatres are back on the big screen, and tickets are just $6! Start a new tradition with your whole family and see the following classics:

December 6-12 catch showings of Dr. Seuss How the Grinch Stole Christmas, White Christmas and Elf.

December 13-19 catch showings of It's a Wonderful Life, The Polar Express and Christmas Vacation.

All tickets are just $6! The Holiday Classic Retro Series is playing at Arnold Cinema, Chesterfield Cinema, Des Peres Cinema, Mid Rivers Cinema in St. Peters, O'Fallon Cinema in O'Fallon, IL., Ronnie's Cinema on Lindbergh in South County, St. Charles Cinema, and Town Square Cinema in Dardenne Prairie.

For showtimes and tickets, go to marcustheatres.com 

 

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