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At last glance, the old AMC 4 is still closed. It has not yet been redeveloped, and the old AMC 4 roadside marquee remains.
As we mentioned to Missy, all requests need to go directly to the theater, not to Cinema Treasures. Thank you.
Tom, I think you’re thinking of the Fairfax 3 Theaters that was previously run by Loews Cineplex. This Fairfax theater is still owned by Cinema West:
Here you go:
1216 State Street Santa Barbara, CA 93101 805-966-2324
Bill & Joe, You’ll need to contact the theater directly at (202) 966-8805. Thanks!
Word on the street is that Barnes & Noble will be opening in the space once occupied by the ancient AMC 4.
The Baronet & Coronet was closed on September 13, 2001 and has been sold to a real estate developer.
Jerome, you can find the Count Basie Theatre’s seating chart at http://220.127.116.11/images/seats.gif. Enjoy!
A new grassroots effort has begun in Barrington, Illinois to save the historic and popular Catlow Theater. Supporters are asking local residents to sign a petition asking village officials to become more involved in the Catlow’s preservation and conversion into an arts and community center.
The deadline for signatures will be Wednesday, August 15th and the petition will then be presented to village officials at their August 16th meeting. Petitions are currently located at the Catlow Theater (112-16 W. Main St.) and inside Boloney’s Sandwich Shop (114 W. Main St.) More locations around town will be announced shortly.
According to the Catlow Theater (http://www.nbeat.com/catlow/), “The village needs to know that there is support for this effort from within the community before they will act. This is your chance to show your support and help preserve Barrington’s favorite historic treasure.”
The tudor revival Catlow is one of the few remaining single-screen theaters in the area and, rarer still, it is still showing movies on one of the larger screens around.