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Lost Memory, The Le Spectrum has been demolished to make room for a Best Buy and a office tower (read: parking lot)
article in French
Miss Melba Toast, UA had many indoor-outdoor drive-ins-cinemas in the NYC area. They were marketed as “all-weather drive-in”. All are now closed now.
This was opened by AMC in 1988 with six cinemas.
The IMAX was installed in 2005, it was not enough to save it from the nearby Hollywood Stadium 12
This was opened by Litchfield Theatres on December 9th, 1988
This theatre opened on Feb 6, 1941
This opened on July 14th, 1935
This theatre opened on June 13th, 1940
This opened on May 19th, 1988
General Cinemas opened this theatre in 1988.
This was opened on February 26th, 1999
The Cinemark Tinseltown USA 20 opened on October 23rd, 1998
This theatre opened on August 30th, 1951
This opened on December 11th, 1987.
This opened on June 19, 1981
This drive-in opened on July 3rd, 1968
An ugly one- Cinema Le Paris in Valleyfield,qc at http://www.cinematour.com/tour.php?db=ca&id=1642 It looks like a poor rip off of the 1970’s AMC shoeboxes.
Nice picture, Lost Memory. The demolation has not started yet for the Best Buy and office tower.
1999 article on microfilm at View link
http://movie-theatre.org/usa/dc/dcm.pdf has the grand opening announcement ad
Grand opening ad at my website at http://movie-theatre.org/usa/dc/dcm.pdf
The grand opening ad is on this page at View link
Grand opening ad at 07/01/1976
This theatre opened on May 1st, 1950, and the ad can be found on this newspaper page at View link
the beach website has an opening date of January 15th, 1940
http://www.beachtheatre.com/history.html but no ad appered in the newspapers until 1946. The movie page for January 15th, 1940 can be found at View link