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Ironically, with the pending closure of the Varsity Cinema 10, Michiganders will have to cross the border and go to Canada in order to see a movie in a theater.
I was only commenting on the similar names. The Valentine in the comic strip is an imaginary neighborhood theater. The name just struck me, that’s all. And the relevance of the necessity for small theaters t go digital or go dark.
the syndicated comic strip “Crankshaft”, which is set in Toledo, is currently running a story on a Valentine Theater. This small theater is facing closure if it can’t convert to digital projection.
Phone is disconnected and Facebook page has nothing current listed. Must be closed.
Still open, according to the website.
Sorry, Ben. Check the Cordova hyperlink for nearby theatres and it comes up closed.
Appears to be closed. Phone is disconnected and not listed on pullmanmovies.com.
Except for the drive in, AMC now operates all the open theaters in Springfield.
Current website: http://www.kmlt.org/
According to the website, this theatre has all-digital projection. Hard to imagine any scratches occurring.
Most definitely closed. Phone is disconnected and the Southbridge Mall directory does not include a listing for this theater.
No website for this theater, but they do have a Facebook page. https://www.facebook.com/pages/Lake-Theatre/417802038300090
Yes, a big thanks from me as well.
According to the website, the Bantam has gone digital.
The first street name should be STATE, not Statye.
This theater has been torn down. Status should now be “Demolished.”
Marquee was shown on an episode of the “Forensic Files” reality TV show.
After the digital conversion last year, a platter and 35mm projector have been put on display in the lobby. I’ve added pictures of these artifacts to the photos section.
Location is Highland INDIANA, not Illinois.
This theatre is now known as Rogers Cinema 7. Obviously another screen has been added.
This theater now has digital projection according to its website.