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Daily Movies at the Anchorage Alaska Center
 

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 a blue graphic of the text Alaska Centers Theater Alaska's coolest animals is playing at 9 AM and 1 PM Alaska's Wild Legacy is playing at 9:30 AM, 10:30 AM, 1:30 PM and 3:30 PMHeartbeats in the Denali is playing at 10 AM and 3 PM Alaska Railroad History is playing at  11:15 AMThe Day the Earth Shook is playing at 11:30 AM and 2 PMKatmai: The ends of the Earth plays at 12 noon and 4 PMGold Fever plays at 12:30 PM and 4:30 PMAn Alaskan film chosen by one of our park rangers plays at 2:30 PM our website is AlaskaCenters.gov,  we are open from Monday through Friday 9 AM to 5 PM-  This schedule runs between September 8 and September 19, 2014,  our address is 605 W. 4th Ave., Anchorage, AK 99501, please bring a picture ID for entry call to schedule your school field trip today!  907-644-3670  note: previously scheduled school groups have priority for use of the auditorium.
Alaska Center theater
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The Alaska Center theater accommodates both moviegoers and special presentations
Alaska Center Theater

Feel free to stop by and enjoy a free movie. The Alaska Center Theater is now showing the following the movies:

Alaska's Coolest Animals (26 minutes)
Narrated by a young boy, this charming film provides spectacularly fun footage of some of Alaska's coolest wildlife! This Emmy Award winning film is suitable for all ages.

Alaska's Wild Legacy (14 minutes)
 Join formed President Jimmy Carter, former Alaska Governor Jay Hammond, and others as they discuss the unique history of public lands in Alaska

Heartbeats of Denali (17 minutes)
From the ruggedness of North America's tallest peak to the delicate eco-system in the low-lying tundra, this film explores one of America's most wild landscapes through all four seasons. 

Alaska Railroad History (14 minutes)
This film provides a brief history of the construction and operations of America's only state-owned railroad.

The Day the Earth Shook (27 minutes)
filled with survival testimonials and historical footage, this gripping film recounts Alaska's 1964 Good Friday earthquake, the largest earthquake ever recorded in North America.

Bears and Volcanoes of Katmai (28 minutes)
Explore the extreme remoteness of Katmai National Park, while observing the greatest population of brown bears in the world!

Gold Fever: Race to the Klondike (26 Minutes)
This high definition documentary illustrates the rich history of the Klondike Gold Rush and it's impacts on Alaska
 




 
A female polar bear lays flat on the snow while one cub rests his head on her back and another has his paw on her shoulder. Did You Know?
While polar bears may appear white, their skin is actually black. Their transparent, hollow hair reflect white light.