AMC Dine-In Madison 6
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AMC Dine-In Madison 6 is a movie theater in Madison, Wisconsin owned by AMC Theatres. Originally the first of the Sundance Cinemas in the United States, the theater opened as the Sundance 608 on May 11, 2007. The theater is located in the Hilldale Shopping Center, where it replaced the Hilldale Theater. The "608" was a reference to the telephone area code for the region. Madison was selected as the first location for Sundance Cinemas because of the level of interest in independent film in the region. Sundance Cinemas was purchased by Carmike Cinemas in 2015. In 2016, Carmike was purchased by AMC Theatres, who converted the theater to the AMC Dine-In brand the following year. 
AMC Dine-In Madison 6 contains six stadium-seated auditoriums, a cafe, and a MacGuffins rooftop bar.
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