AMC Broadway 4

1441 3rd Street Promenade,
Santa Monica, CA 90401

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kencmcintyre on May 6, 2008 at 1:58 pm

Regarding the opening comments, I believe the El Miro was demolished before the Broadway was built. The El Miro has its own page on CT. Here is a photo of the Broadway from a few years ago:

markinthedark on November 1, 2007 at 2:28 pm

I have seen a couple films here but try to avoid. Very late 80’s/early 90’s Cineplex Oden interior. Gray walls, lots of purple/turquoise carpet, smallish theatres etc.

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Scott Neff on November 1, 2007 at 2:25 pm

Does anybody see movies at this place? (or any on 3rd St?) I never see any photos from the interior or any of the theatres.

markinthedark on November 1, 2007 at 1:54 pm

Anyone know how many seats in each audtitorium?

KJB2012 on August 13, 2007 at 1:40 pm

This house seats 1,200.

bradley on October 15, 2002 at 6:05 pm

I remember when this theatre was called the Cinema on the Mall in the mid-70’s, saw a double feature of Airport 1975 and The Black Windmill. Century Cinema Circuit ran it. It was a cool theatre with a walk up balcony.

ChrisWillman on April 24, 2002 at 2:59 am

In the early ‘80s, prior to the construction of the new four-plex on the site—and indeed, prior to the renovation of the entire outdoor mall—this was a humble single-screen Spanish-language house called the Cine. On Sunday mornings, a church called the Santa Monica Vineyard met there. I attended for a few years, and it was always amusing walking into “church” past some very salacious looking one-sheets en espanol. Incidentally, after the Cine closed, the Vineyard briefly moved its services down the mall to the Criterion, which was then a single-screen second-run prior house; it, too, was completely rebuilt, as a Mann six-plex.

William on April 22, 2002 at 5:43 pm

This theatre opened as the El Miro theatre. Over the years this theatre has been operated by Century theatres, Statewide theatres, Loew’s then GCC, Metropolitan, it ran as a independent for a few years. Only the facade remains on the building.