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What Did a Movie Ticket Cost in the 1940's?

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The average cost for a movie ticket in the 1940s was around 0.24 cents. The inflation adjusted cost for a movie ticket 1940 was $3.93. In 2013 the average cost for a movie ticket is $7.92.
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