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3-plex opening ad on March 14th, 1969
This opened on December 19th, 1949. It’s grand opening ad has been uploaded here.
This opened on November 27th, 1974. Grand opening ad in photo section for this theatre.
March 22nd, 1972 grand opening ad posted here.
December 17, 1976 grand opening ad uploaded in the photo section. Only King Kong was playing at the time.
June 17th, 1969 grand opening ad has been uploaded in the photo section.
February 14th 1957 contest ad uploaded here.
This opened on July 6th, 1955 as the Long Beach Super Drive-In. Grand opening ad in photo section.
June 3rd, 1955 grand opening ad uploaded here
April 4th, 1951 grand opening ad posted in the photo section here.
This was renamed Art on January 15th, 1949. I uploaded its first ad in the photo section.
This was on NE 10th St.
Someone took the streetview way off course. Therefore I added an picture of the Kingman here.
This was opened by CinemaNational (of Syracuse NY) in the early 1970’s as a twin.
All of the above links are now dead.
Looks closed by the time the Googlemobile passed it by.
Didn’t Warren opened it as the Royale 8 in 1999?
Uploaded an not very sharp photo of the drive-in. It was on Hwy 50 past Matt Down road.
2006 link is now dead,
archive link at http://web.archive.org/web/20070702102054/http://www.reeldiaries.com/moviehouse/articles/majortheater.htm
This opened on May 29th, 1988. Grand opening ad here.
1955 aerial uploaded here. It looks like it was still under construction.
Looks like the website is closed again. Is the theatre being used?
This was opened by AMC, which sold it to Crown Cinemas, which became Wallace Theatre. It was later sold to Dickinson.
Its listed as B & B Harrisonville Cineplex on the B & B website since 2009. It is named after Nat’s Taylor Cineplex theatres in Toronto,CA.
This was at Oakland Street at Garden Way