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Isn’t “Star Trek” being shown in Imax as well.
Those front doors still exist on the new office building and theatre combo. Even the box office is now inside at the theatre entrance.
That interior photo is from about 10-12 years ago when they remodeled the interior. They reduced the seating by installing more comfortable seats in a different arrangement.
The Goldman was better with “Funny Girl” and 70mm on the marquee.
For a while now, this has become – again – a reduced admission subrun theatre. For $2.00 in the afternoon and $4.00 in the evening you can see a movie.
Another theatre that shows its decline in pictures.
In those pictures, you can even see the decline of the once great Rivoli Theatre into the depths that if became just before the end.
Renewing my link.
Renewing my link. Still is THE BEST theatre in Central Pa. to see a film.
American Classic Images also has an older picture of the Sameric before the other three theatres were added. The film showing was a 70mm presentation (Either a “Star Wars” and “Indy” film if I remember.) And they had the fabric banner around the bottom of the marquee stating it was a 70mm 6 track Dolby stereo sound presentation. Even though I have a picture of the “Boyd” from earlier, I am still thinking of ordering a copy of this one. And the sign board above the marquee only advertises the one film – naturally.
Renewing my link. Thanks Mr.Coffee
John Messick and John S in York – wondering if we might still ever get together and have a chat about the “old days.” Time keeps marching on.
Just renewing my notification.