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Harbor Theater Golden Ticket

Updated: 07/20/2014 10:30 PM
Created: 07/20/2014 8:48 PM WDIO.com

In Two Harbors, some lucky folks had the chance to win a golden ticket Sunday.

The Harbor Theater screened the movie Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory where viewers had a chance to win a ticket worth $100. The theater actually opened four weeks ago after being closed for 33 years.

"We think it's important to bring back the good ol' days to get people out and experience things as a family where they can afford it," said Manager April Schultz.

Schultz say they will offer 50 cent movies next weekend. For more information on the times, you can check out their Facebook page.

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