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Found some more info on the Sixwest Theater.
Six West 6 AKA: Westroads10200 W Dodge Rd in the Westroads Shopping Center. January 22nd, 1969-? 1985This is the first multiplex cinema (5 ormore screens) to be built in the world. Itwas built by American Royal Cinema(became American Multi-Cinema later in1969) and had 1,590 seats and costs$550,000. The Fox was also in the samemall,
Found some info on the Fox Theater.
Fox AKA: Westroads 2
Westroads shopping centre
November 16th, 1967-December 1983
Owners:1969-1973 Fox Intermountain
Twinned on May 27th, 1977
(AMC built the world’s first 6-screencinema in the mall 15 months later)
Interesting. thanks for the info. I have been trying to find More pics. I can not find any of the Fox. I had someone try to Show me where the Sixwest Entrance was inside the mall. But She sorta got confused with the changes the mall has done. She said something about a hallway along JC penny and Sixwest was basiclly a hole in the wall.
Found this info in a 1970 Phone book. Sixwest Theater 245 Boston mall.
Found this info today. Fox Midwest theater 264 Boston mall in a 1970 Phone book.
So amc and Fox was in the same building? I was told you could get into Amc from inside the mall and Fox from only outside.
Thanks Rioeffler for the info.
Cinemark=. The Lobby 4 photo is not A View to a Kill. A View to a Kill Played at 2-3 across the street near Denny’s. I went to see that movie soooo much. Oh and the first Photo is of 5-6 with the long hallway. I saw Dreamscape and Return of the Living Dead there Then had some Mcdonalds right around the corner. Them were the days.
thanks for posting this ad. Great find.
Joelweide. Rave is where Younkers use to be. It is on the mall Property, But you can only get in from Outside. Rave is on the north side of the mall. Dicks Sporting goods is right next to it.
So where Bag and Save is now was a drive in theater?
Where was the Fox theater in Westroads? Someone told me right next to the Now Food court. Another told me next to Younkers. When was the Fox theater torn down?