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This was built on the site of the Starlight Drive-In.
Thats' Before 1935-After 1969. dates came from the International Film Almanac, which has loads of mistakes. Someone in town will have to check the old newspaper listings year by year.
If check read movie-theatre.org it means that it opened around 1940 and around 1955. May had been opened a few years before and after. Someone in the area will have to check the movie listings on microfilm year by year.
This cinema opened with 3,468 seats. The same cinema was built in Suburban Ottawa and Montreal. 10-screens versions were built in Calgary and Mississauga.
This opened in November 1998 by Famous Players with 12 cinemas. Taken over by Cineplex Entertainment in 2005 and one of the screens got an UltraAVX upgrade in 2011.
“Le journal de Montréal”
Aerial (of poor quality) of the drive-in uploaded here.
January 16th, 1971 announcement uploaded in the photo section for this cinema.
looks like an tiny ad.
CineStar wird von der australischen Gruppe, die AHL, die Event-Cinemas und Great Union besitzt Besitz. Es ist ein Ereignis Cinemas Logo auf dem Gebäude.
CineStar is owned by the Australian group, the AHL, which owns Event Cinemas and Great Union. There is an Event Cinemas logo on the building.
1971 USGS aerial uploaded.
January 12th, 2005 grand opening ad has been uploaded here.
April 19th, 1973 grand opening ad uploaded in the photo section for this cinema.
June 3rd, 1983 grand opening ad uploaded here.
This opened on December 16th, 1983. Grand opening ad uploaded here.
This opened on May 5th, 1997 with 12 cinemas. four more screens added on December 25th, 1999. Grand opening ad uploaded.
The Franks did not have their first twin theatre in 1966, it was the mall in Cleveland way back in 1914 http://cinematreasures.org/theaters/7146. Rome, Italy had one before that.
Official website: http://www.parkhillcinema.com/
Ajout de quelques photos et la grande annonce de l'ouverture dans la section photo pour ce cinéma.
Added some pictures and the grand opening ad in the photo section for this cinema.
One screen shows movies in English on Thursday nights.
Website is now dead.
Grand opening ad uploaded here.
Street view photo uploaded here.
raysson, “UGC-Premiere” ? UGC (Union générale cinématographique) is based in France and has no cinemas outside of Europe.