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Lost Memory, what was the name of the old drive on the north side of E. National Road at View link
K-B Theatres had many theatres in the Washington D. C. area.
This theatre was owned by the Bailey Circuit
This was owned by Holiday Theatres.
Lost Memory, It has been yanked, but can be found at View link
Lost Memory, this theatre is closed as of August, 2008 according to the link supplied.
grand opening announcement at http://flickr.com/photos/30943004@N00/2314823683/
It opened on February 29th, 2008 and marks the entry of the Houston market by Santikos.
Longislandmovies, It closed in 2004 when it could keep up with Eastern Federal`s (Regal) Movies at Birkdale 16, which opened in May of 2001.
BWChicago, I have seen Ironman at Cinema Banque Scotia (AKA: Paramount) in Montreal in Cinema 4 which has an Digital projector and it blow the 35mm film projection away (and that cinema has top notch film projection.) It is the lab’s fault that the print does not look as good as it should be.
This was owned by E. M. Loew’s of Boston. It was the only theatre owned by E. M. Loew’s (no relations with Loew’s) in the state.
This theatre has opened on December 20th, 1974 by CinemaNational, Lost Memory- the article has expired.
This is at 578 Aviation Mall Road
let try it again
has a picture of what’s left.
This is at 230 Cherry Street.
This cinema opened in 1993
This cinema opened on August 6th, 1969 with Cinema 1 having the Cinerama movies. 4 cinemas in 1974
the old building was on Frontage Road and replaced by the 7-plex on Marsh Hill Road in 1983.
shows what’s left.
This was the last building spree by Cineplex Odeon, They built this one, Quartier Latin 17 and St. Bruno 11 in the MontrÃ©al area, the South Keys 12 in Ottawa, The renovention of the Varsity in Toronto, Ajax 10, 401/Morningside, the Canyon Meadows 10 in Calgary, which they lost when they failed to pay the rent, and the 3 theatres built with the partnership on Inner City Entertainment in Chicago. All the grand opening ads had the same design. In 1998 they merged with Loew’s.
This closed in December, 2007 when it could not handle the StarCite and the 3 nearby Guzzos.
I have double checked, Vito and find that I was wrong, what is the real addres #?
according to warren’s View link the theatre was at 377a South Oyster Bay Road
Harry Brandt booked the Trans-Lux Theatres.
Picture at http://flickr.com/photos/masurkar/1515811144/
It is quite nice looking.
the best I read about the old Pussycat circuit.