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In a theater none. Just never felt compelled to go see a movie a second time. At home however I have seem many movies multiple times. Most recently Frozen. Probably close to 10 times now. Amazing how kids can watch it over and over again.

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As a kid I saw the original Star Wars in the theatre numerous times.  The first two were a double feature when ESB came out, and my parents got a break while I spent hours in the cinema on the weekends.  

 

As as for recent films, the Matrix got viewed twice, as did Fight Club.  

Put me on the list of people who didn't like Avatar.   

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The original MASH with Sutherland and Gould played all the Armed Forces theatres again and again I must have seen it 4 times, Woodstock  was the one I saw any number of times in a theatre by choice. The last movie I have actually seen in a theatre is Road to Perdition.  Seen lots of DVDs and Blue Rays though. In my Jammies with a pause button.

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Three coins in a fountain in the 1950s

Ben Hur

The Robe

Breakfast at Tiffanys

The African Queen

The Caine Mutiny

But the one I saw the most times was Under the Red Sea with Hans and Lotte Hass - that got me into diving.

 

 

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11 hours ago, gatsby47 said:

The original MASH with Sutherland and Gould played all the Armed Forces theatres again and again I must have seen it 4 times, 

As a teenager I worked in a movie theater, so I saw every film that came through a bunch of times.  My favorite was MASH.  We had it for three weeks, I think, and by the end I knew every single line.  Since then, I'm not sure I've seen anything more than once in the actual theater.

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On 2/25/2016 at 2:00 PM, mchepp said:

In a theater none. Just never felt compelled to go see a movie a second time. At home however I have seem many movies multiple times. Most recently Frozen. Probably close to 10 times now. Amazing how kids can watch it over and over again.

They just can't let it go, can they?

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My mom managed a movie theater when I was a kid and then her best friend ran the same theater for another 20 years.

I saw plenty of movies multiple times, Star Wars Episode A New Begninning, probably went to that at least 10 times.  

Risky Business

Raiders of the Lost Ark

Pretty much every Bond movies with Roger Moore

Are a few that come to mind.

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The only one I can think of in a "real" theater is The Matrix.  Went to see it with friends, loved it, then took my brother to see it.

My college used to show movies for $1 on Friday and Saturday nights (late) in one of the large lecture halls; there were definitely movies that I went to see twice.  I can't remember details, because...ummm...it was a Friday/Saturday night in college.

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I saw Armageddon at the $1 movie a few times.

The only movie I saw twice at the theater full price was Born Free (1966).  I think it 50 cents.

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