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Chris your link is not functioning.
Call the theatre and talk to the manager. I listed the number in my last comment.
swade, was this theatre located in the next block from the Waco Theatre?
They are playing current first run attractions and some great prices. Good luck on the digital conversion.
Carmike is having difficulty and technical problems with their website. This theatre is still open and under the Carmike Banner. Phone No. 605.361.5519 (Currently playing Jurrasic Park 3D, G.I. Joe and a couple others.
If it has reopened it is not under the Carmike Banner and the telephone number is different.
It is evidently closed, even the phone number is no longer in service.
The address in the header and the address in the add don’t match. Was there some realigning or street changes that caused this?
All the external web links in the comment section are dead including the website for the Mountain Theatre. The only valid link is for the photo link by lost memory on Apr. 23, 2006.
The header just needs the 190 and East added to the address in order to corrrect the mapping problem.
Tivfan, on a Canadian theatre website they list a Windsor Theatre with 586 seats owned by Mrs. J. Ford and opeated by Odeon. They give an address of 16 Kenilworth Ave. N. They also list a Rex Theatre as a seperate entity owned by Mike Papedakis with 480 seats. Were these in fact two different theatres?
Opened om April 4, 2008
Opened in 1997.
The address in the header is correct, look at the newspaper ads. All the photos that are on the internet have the same style photo for the marquee and claim to be the Silver Dollar Drive-In in Albuquerque. There is only one other Silver Dollar listed and that is in Phoenix and that is definately not the Silver Dollar in pHorenix.
I don’t think the official website for this drive-in is correct. It comes up in Japanese and is for a Bar Girl getting a job at the bar.
Opened on March 27, 1992.
Francios, you can’t always rely on google maps.
Francios, when you look up Gateway Lanes it lsits the address at 94 South Main, The Gateway Lanes is in where the old Bonnie Theatre used to be. So the adress would be the same. 94 South Main, it also maps properly.
Stan, didn’t Cobb originall build and operate the Festival 18?
Built and operated by Regal Theatre on May 5, 2005
Tinseltoes, the theatre in your box office link was the Cobb Cinema City 8 that opened on June 6, 1978. It is not listed on CT.
This theatre opened on December 10, 1982 by Consolidated Theatres as a 6 screen named the Riverchase 6. After Carmike took over operations it was expanded to 10 screens. Should have an AKA Riverchase 6.
Thanks wsasser, I pretty much thought that was what you meant.
The header needs to have the name changed to Bolivar Cinema 5.