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Opening as Fox on August 24th, 1955 is on page 8 of this newspaper at View link
Opening as National on June 11th, 1971
Microfilm at View link
The Register-Guard only lists this cinema 1935-1957, 1965-1986
The microfilms are online at View link
This Drive-In opened on November 26th, 1954
It featured six entrance lanes for no waiting and no traffic jams and twelve exit lanes mean no tie-ups, no tiresome lines and no driving hazards. one of the best ads.
Grand opening ad at View link
Correction, the 17th, ad at View link
This opened on December 18th, 1964, a grand opening ad for Cinemas 1 & 2 is at View link
Danny, Franklin Park Cinemas 4 and 5 opened on October 22nd, 1971.
The grand opening ad is on this page at View link
The AMC Franklin Park Mall 6 opened on October 4th, 1985 along with the Southwyck 3 cinemas. ad for both at
you may have to go a page forward.
Correction about the ad: View link
Lost Memory, The Google New Archive had added many additional newspapers including the Toledo Blade.
A article about this cinema is at View link
and the grand opening ad is at View link
It opened as Showcase Cinemas Spring Meadows 4 in 1988
This opened in December, 1999 by Eastern Federal Theatres. It replaced the older Royal Park cinemas that opened in the early 1970’s with 2 cinemas and expanded to 4 cinemas by 1980
This closed in 2000 when the Eastern Federal Royal Park 16 opened.
Opened by AMC as Oaks Mall 4 in 1986 and closed in 2000. It reopened in 2001.
This opened with 10 screens in May of 1990 by Litchfield Theatres and taken over by Regal Cinemas, which added four more screens in 1995.
An preopening ad can be found at View link
Cinema ordered to pay $10K in damages for search
A Quebec court has ordered a cinema to pay $10,000 in damages after staff searched patrons' bags and turned up smuggled snacks and birth control pills — and in the process violated their privacy rights.
The incident happened in 2007 when a woman took her two daughters to Cinemas Guzzo in Montreal to watch the film “Shrek the Third,” said CTV Montreal’s Rob Lurie.
City Plaza is at 307 6th St. It maps in Google Maps properly.
Picture at View link
I found it around the 570’s Veterans, picture at link
Did it opened as Sioux Drive-In and renamed Pheasant DI in the late 1970?
Google street view at View link
Mall opened in 1990.
This cinema is now closed as of tonite, May 21st, 2009 when the new Shiloh 14 opened.
Chuck 1231, That picture is for the newer state theatre at 123 W. Capitol. Use Google Street View for the picture.
beautiful color picture at View link
It’s now a drugstore. It was a United Amusement/CinÃ©mas Unis theatre.
Cafe Starbuck is on the site just past the elevator for 3PVM. When it opened, it was managed by Nat Taylor’s (co-founder of Cineplex)wife.