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story.lead_photo.caption Lauren LeGardye, an usher at Regal Theater in Breckenridge Village, demonstrates Entertainment Access Glasses that allow deaf and hard-of-hearing moviegoers see projected captioning. - Photo by Benjamin Krain

At two central Arkansas theaters, moviegoers who are deaf or hard-of-hearing have a futuristic way to experience movie dialogue.

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Print Headline: Captioning movie glasses let deaf film fans get the picture

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