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I despised when they were twinned. Such narrow hallways. Wasn’t as bad as the ‘bowling alleys’ that were the Eric theaters in Rittenhouse, but it was close!
When it was a single screen theatre, it was quite a fun experience.
Thanks for the photos Jason. Nice to see a member take some photographs of a cinema and sharing with us.
The Prince will be back showing movies again, this time with “Tomorrowland”,
Tickets and showtimes available at that linkage.
thanks for your insight markp. Is there any reason why someone might think it’s for sale?
Here’s an updated link with a lovely photo of the outside of the venue
I only recall the entrance on Fulton Street.
Great, Rob thanks so much for these.
think of? if you’re spending so much time on that site, why not verify that piece of information before you come on here?
and is THX really that important? it’s not really.
is this the only drive in that is missed? Why not all of the other ones?
did you put that energy into signing the petition that Narucki put the link for?
Shame all of this energy and “racking up those comment numbers” isn’t put into something worth while. Have you ever set foot in any of these theaters?
that’s nice. Again, just posting for the sake of posting.
if a three screen theatre in a shopping center in West Orange was a company’s flagship, they had bigger problems than we were lead to believe
According to the venue’s website. Yes, I looked at, what a bloody novel idea, this place to be alive and well and hosting events.
Your inconstancy is mind-numbing. One venue you’re holding a death watch over, this one you’re hoping remains open.
If one didn’t know better, they would think that one would just be posting so they can have a higher number next to their name for comments as though there’s a prize involved and not really bringing anything of use and value to the site.
rumour and innuendo. Why not take that energy and hope that a theatre remains open and is able to survive and offer a viable option for movie goers.
where else would it be ? On the roof? Men’s Room? I’d bloody well hope that a Wurlitzer would be in the central auditorium.
Thanks Esther. It’s really getting disturbing how certain members come onto this board and these pages with rumours, speculation and innuendo and post it as fact, being completely disrespectful of other members and what used to be a great history for this board.
Those sorts of things belong on Facebook and Twitter where they can be refuted.
If you can’t show your work on something, please don’t post it. Take a second and think before you hit that “add comment button”
Thank you for speaking with someone actually involved in theatre operations and getting word.Amazing how that works.
I’m still waiting to hear from corporate.
Looks as though this complex is under going renovation. I had checked the website and found no movies currently playing, nor any scheduled as coming attractions.
If anyone can offer insight as to what is going on, please do.
it took you over 18 months to come up with that comment?
Yes please, I’d really like to see it.
What’s wrong you ran out of Philadelphia area theaters to complain about.
You want attention you’re getting it.
why did you feel the need to post this up? Seriously. If you’re looking for attention you’re gonna start getting it from me. I’m tired of your nonsense. You’re one of the people who has really been driving this board down from the great thing it was years ago, moderators paid attention and dealt with rabble rousers like yourself.
You don’t bring anything constructive to the site, why waste your time, find another hobby. Put that energy into helping people.
People who respect Cinerama and for someone who is so bloody concerned about accurate information on the other pages for theaters on here, you think the correction would be appreciated.
The largest megaplex in the world by screens is the AMC Mesquite 30 in Mesquite, Texas with 30 screens and a total seating capacity of 6,008.
*and it’s listed on Cinema Treasures, too
[Wish folks would do the research and think before hitting that add comment button. Ok?]
I wasn’t aware it was in any danger of closing.