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Arlington Screens The Hobbit in High Frame Rate

State Street Theater to Employ New Technology for Tolkien Film


The Arlington Theatre is one of a small group of movie houses that will present The Hobbit in high-frame-rate 3-D, starting Friday, December 14, at midnight. This new form of digital presentation technology allows theaters to show films at 48 frames per second, twice the standard rate at which films are normally shown. For more, visit metrotheatres.com.

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