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Saw ‘The Bird With The Crystal Plumage’ when this moviehouse was known as ‘The Forum Theatre’.
In the ‘70s I saw Gerard Damiano’s 'Memories Within Miss Aggie’ here.
saw ‘There’s A Girl In My Soup’ here.
It was converted.
The last I saw here was ‘The Sixth Sense’.
A new multiplex in Davie, FL. nearby took most of their clientele.
a part of ‘The Sunrise Cinemas’ which are great for indies and foreign film.
Recently saw ‘Apres Vous’ with Daniel Autueil here.
Good place to catch indies.
Recently saw the Bruce Weber film on his family of dogs and friends.
I believe this was aka as ‘The Arcadia’. Saw screenings of The Miami Film Festival here that were held for press members and very many films during it’s normal operation. It was very appreciated for all the art/foreign programming.
Its sister theatre was also in Coral Gables a few miles away called ‘The Cinematheque’, also showing art/foreign films.
This same owner opened another same film type house on the uppermost level of an intimate outdoor mall in the heart of Coconut Grove, Fl.
I don’t recall the name. It was not a success for very long and closed. Several Miami Film Festival pre-screenings were also held here.
It was also called ‘The Old Rahway’ in the ‘70s.
Saw 'Therese And Isabelle’‘Beyond The Valley Of The Dolls’ here and others.
was a single house in the ‘70s.
Many second-runs were shown.
Recall seeing 'Victor, Victoria’ among others here.
saw ‘Kramer Vs. Kramer’ here.
Saw Portuguese films here during a festival in the ‘70s.
saw the hilarious ‘Scenes From The Class Struggle In Beverly Hills’ here.
saw ‘Satyricon’ & ‘El Topo’ here.
I saw Alain Resnais' ‘Providence’ here.
I saw ‘Sondheim’s 'Follies’ and ‘Ulysses in Nighttown’ here.
this theatre showed a famous adult film in the ‘70s.
Was it called 'Sensations’?
I know ‘Norma Rae’ played here for quite some time.
I do recall seing Resnais' ‘Providence’ at The Cienma 3 at a lower level alongside The Plaza Hotel.
I was Cinema 1 & 2 only when I saw these at one or the other.
‘Carnal Knowldege’, ‘Swept Away By An Unusual Destiny In The Blue Seas Of August’, ‘Visions Of Eight’, ‘The Story Of Adele H.’, ‘The Exorcist’, ‘Nashville’, and ‘Cries & Whispers’…
It seems I frequented these cinemas more.
Saw ‘100 Rifles’ here.
saw ‘RPM’, ‘Ash Wednesday’ and ‘The Owl & The Pussycat’.
It was only Loews State 1 & 2 then.
also' The Romantic Englishwomen' with Glenda Jackson.
saw ‘The Way We Were’ here.
saw ‘Love Story’, ‘Manhattan’ and ‘An Unmarried Woman’ here.
saw ‘Deliverance’, ‘Porky’, ‘Oh! Calcutta!’ and ‘DePalma’s 'Sisters’ here.
saw Peter Weir's
here in the '70s.