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So was this technically two separate theatres? (ie. separate entrances/lobbies?)
Can anybody explain these theatres in greater detail? Where around the mall were the two complexes?
Google street view shows that this theatre has been demolished.
This location should be marked as demolished.
We’ll be deleting the listing at Cinematour this evening to help end the confusion. :o)
According to CWalczak’s posting for the other 6-screen cinema in Conway:
It closed as of 02-21-10 and will be replaced by a new twelve screen multiplex: View link
The theatre referenced in the article is Cinemark’s Cinema 6 at 291 Highway 65 N. Carmike’s website shows that the Faulkner 6 is still open.
I don’t know where the information came from originally. We have it listed at that addres over at Cinematour as well… perhaps a bad listing somewhere back in the day?
Website should be changed to www.westwinddi.com
According to the google street view the marquee and tower have in fact been removed. The terazzo floor is still visible.
What were some of the TransLux locations that Cinamerica operated?
Such passionate descriptions.
The 4th dome was split in half to make the eighth theatre. The domes at these locations were not as big as the free standing ones in San Jose, Sacramento and Pleasant Hill.
Does anybody know if this theatre is standing or if it’s been demolished? Based on the name change of the street metioned on the El Monte’s page, this theatre would have been six blocks west of the El Monte.
According to this theatre from American Classic images
This was also at one time the Valley 4-5-6.
I’d rather have an aerial vs no photo at all.
Checking through Google Earth addresses it appears that the shopping center this was may have been demolished. Was this theatre on the east or west side of N. Azusa?
I believe this theatre was in Rohnert Park, CA – and the it is entirely demolished now.
This is not being operated by Rennaisance Rialto. Rennaisance operates the Grand Lake and formerly the Park, Orinda and Oaks. Rialto Cinemas is a completely different guy.
Out west we use Vistar/VSA or Sysco. Check them out.
Still on AMCs website.
The original West Mall theatre was located elsewhere in the mall. The current seven screens is an entirely different theatre than the original single.
American Classic Images has aphoto of the Arlington after the 60’s remodel.
American Classic Images shows this picture of this Arlington Theatre as Arlington Heights, IL. I see no reference to another theatre in Arlington Heights, IL either here or on Cinematour.
The Boulevard has now expanded to have 15-screens.