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12/25/02

Holiday Movie Madness

Not every place was a ghost town on Christmas Day. It looks like the movie theater was the place to be.

Hundreds of cars filled the Tinseltown parking lot at 82nd St. and University on Wednesday. Lubbock theaters offer a wide selection of movies for both children and adults.

A spokesperson for Tinseltown says that they are selling out on almost every show. Two of Wednesday's biggest showings are "Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers" and "Gangs of New York."

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