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November 3, 2008
Dickinson Theatres Inks Deal With RealD

[The following is a release from Dickinson Theatres and RealD]
   

Dickinson Theatres today announced an agreement with RealD 3D, the world’s largest digital 3D experience provider. The agreement brings RealD’s next-generation 3D capability to 100 Dickinson Theatres.

“We are thrilled to bring our customers into the 21st Century 3-D technology as a partner with RealD,” said John Hartley, CEO and president of Dickinson Theatres. “Beginning in January of 2009, there will be 13 films released in 3D technology. We are proud to be a part of this exciting revolution in motion picture entertainment with Real D.”

Michael V. Lewis, chairman and CEO, RealD, said, “We are very proud to be a continued provider for Dickinson Theatres. With all of the upcoming films to be released on the RealD platform, including Disney’s Bolt on November 21, this partnership ensures that exhibitors and audiences can truly believe in the future of cinema.”







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