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December 25, 2006

Albany -- This week is the last chance you'll have to see some of the Flint RiverQuarium Imagination Theater's I-works films. The theater is switching over to new high definition Cinemuse flicks while phasing out the current films.

There will be six new documentary films for both children and adults during the spring season. Stories about the coral seas, dinosaurs, and dung beetles will be featured.

"There's going to be a different one playing on the hour front 9 o'clock to 4 o'clock, Monday through Friday. They are educational, very colorful, child friendly and also interesting for adults," said Lydia Lee.

The price of seeing one of the new HD movies is just $4.50. New films will start showing January 1st.

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