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November 27, 1987|DEBORAH CAULFIELD | Arts and entertainment reports from The Times, national and international news services and the nation's press

Just in time for the holidays, two of Manhattan's largest movie house chains have raised ticket prices to $7. As of Nov. 20, the 28 screens at the Cineplex Odeon theaters cost a dollar more to see. And this week, prices were raised to $7 at Loews' 16 screens. Tickets were $5 a year and a half ago. Cineplex started this round of price hikes last month at two of its pricier New York theaters. A spokesman for the Canadian-owned theater chain called it "a policy decision" when queried this week. Loews Theater officials declined to comment.

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