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This opened on June 25, 1981. I uploaded the grand opening ad here.
This opened on December 11th, 1987 along with the Oakview Mews and the reopening of the Pantages. I uploaded the grand opening ad.
This was to be built by Cinemark in the late 1990’s but they pulled out.
I uploaded the 1999 Grand opening ad for this theatre as Paramount.
John Fink, Those fast-food places you mentioned were owned by Pepsi. When Famous Players were taken over by Cineplex, they switched to Coke. and booted out KFC etc.
The bottom text is for the grand opening of the cinemas at the Four Seasons.
I uploaded the 1973 grand opening ads as Imperial Six as well as the 1987 reopening ad as the Pantages. I also uploaded an plan of the 1986 Dubinsky-Cineplex coup over Famous Players.
I uploaded the April 19th, 1979 grand opening ad here.
I uploaded the February 25th, 1964 grand opening ad for both the Theatre and Cinema. The Theatre is an Famous Players and the Cinema is an 20th Century Theatres.
I also uploaded the 1986 ad as a six-plex. the border text reads 3+3=Yorkdale 6
September 9th, 1949 grand opening ad has been posted in the photo section.
No showtimes, is this still open?
I uploaded the newspaper grand opening ad as well as the flyer that was handed out. When it opened, Famous Players took over all the ads in the Peel metro station as well as many other metro stations.
I uploaded the grand opening ad here.
I upload the grand opening ad as a triplex as well as the ad for its Maxi-I era.
I posted a postcard picture along with the grand opening ads from 1917 and 1976.
I uploaded a couple of grand opening ads here.
I uploaded the 1977 grand opening ad in the photo section.
I uploaded the grand opening ad in this theatre’s photo section
Has this closed? showtimes for this cinema are nowhere to be found.
In French (via Google)
14 septembre 1967 a ouvert avec deux salles de cinéma appelée Frontenac 1283 sièges et Le Dauphin avec 623 sièges par Odeon Theatres, leur première dans la région de Québec.
1976 Frontenac est divisé en deux salles de cinéma de 512 et 720 sièges
1977 repris par le Canadien Odéon que théâtres canadiens rachète Odeon Theatres.
1984 repris par Cineplex Odeon
Octobre 1986 a rouvert avec 8 salles de cinéma avec un grand cinéma et 7 petits. Denys Arcand a pris part à l'ouverture avec la projection de “Le Déclin de l'Empire Américain”
2004 est devenu une partie de Cineplex Divertissement.
2007, le Saint-Charest entrée est démantelé.
Fin 2010 Cinéma 1 est fermée en raison de la toiture qui fuit.
7 avril 2011 fermé. Québec est maintenant la plus grande ville au Canada sans un cinéma du centre-ville en première diffusion.
I have posted the 1967 and 1986 grand opening ads here.
J'ai posté de 1967 et 1986 les annonces inauguration ici.
The ad on the left is from the Guzzo listings from La Presse in 2000 and the right is from Cneplex Odeon.
I uploaded two ads for this theatre from Cineplex Odeon and Guzzo from the same day in this photo section.
I fixed the street view for this cinema.