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For some reason or another google will not map the address, the Megaplex website lists the address as 3620 South 2400 West but it still maps is past Valley Fair Mall. Google does show the Cinemark in the Valley Fair Mall.
The Cavalier is not closed it is open on week ends. Palying the week/end of January 4 is “Palying For Keeps”
The Regis is open playing “Life Of Pi”
That was my understanding too so where would raysson get the idea that Edwards was going to take over the Southpoint?
Opened as the Davison Opera House in January of 1875. Prior to the Davidson the only theatre in Fort Scott was the National Theatre.
Address: 105 West Main St.
I thought that Edwards was under the Regal Banner, why would it be Edwards that is interested in the Southpoint and not Regal?
The address could be listed as 1015 Highway 63 or So. Jefferies Blvd. they are one in the same road.
Actual address for this drive-in was 3609 Bardstown Rd.
After closing as a theatre the building was converted to a night club called Armondo’s Palace. Later after a significant remodel it became a health club on two floors. The health club included a pool and track. The B\building was demolished in 1998.
On the theatres of Louisville it lists the Aristo later the Ritz and then the New Ritz but at adifferent adddress, they list it at 1603 South Fourth St.
Both Google and Microsoft map it using either 8th Ave or US1
In 2007 the old Drive-In was used as a flea market.
Car capacity 1200 cars.
Tel. No. 308.425.3313, Open playing “Skyfall” There are quite a few small town theatres that are not online or have a facebook page. Sometimes the newspapers are only published once a week.
According to the recording they are still open showing “The Hobbit”
Could have been the Circle Drive-In.
According to display ads and google the address in the header is correct.
The theatre is still open and they are showing “Skyfall”
Tom, I remember your mom very well, she used to bake me a red velvet cake for my birthday. The photos were from 1965. You can see your mom in the box office photo. I remember Candy, the retired policeman and also do you remember the other older man that took tickets(Elmer), he was retired bus driver. I remember when they palyed the James Bond movies and as little as that box office was I would sit on the safe behind May and the other cashier and do nothing but wrap money.
Quiet opening was Monday November 5, 2012, with the grand opening Friday November 9, 2012.
Google & Microsoft map it properly. The map in the header takes you right to the drive-in.