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Tinseltoes, the theatre in your box office link was the Cobb Cinema City 8 that opened on June 6, 1978. It is not listed on CT.
This theatre opened on December 10, 1982 by Consolidated Theatres as a 6 screen named the Riverchase 6. After Carmike took over operations it was expanded to 10 screens. Should have an AKA Riverchase 6.
Thanks wsasser, I pretty much thought that was what you meant.
The header needs to have the name changed to Bolivar Cinema 5.
This drive-In is also listed on drive-ins.com with basically the same information. Where the info came it doesn’t say.
Don, from your first post card in the photo section it really did exist.
myka, do you think they will switch to digital projection or eventually close the theatre?
Don’t know when the Hollywood Theatre buy out by
Regal will take place but assume this will eventually be listed on the Regal website.
Don’t when the buy out of Hollywood Theatres by Regal will take place but assuming this will eventually be found on the Regal website.
The Dixie Theatre is still open and playing current first run attractions according to their phone message.
The Sand Mountain Twin Drive-In is still open. Here is their website
wsasser, what little I found was on wiki. It simply said that it was located on Richmond Road, RT. 60 with a 500 car capacity. No years 0f operaton.
Opened on December 17, 20003 by Cinemark. The usual Cinemark amenities apply to this theaatre. All digital projection and sound.
lomgislandmovies, you need to take some photos after the renovation and post them to CT.
LPK youu have made some great and informative comments. You can tell you were one of the old showmanship managers.
The link you have for the Playhouse Theatre is not a working link on CT. Correct link
The article does exist and is dated January 8, 1949. link
Need to be combined with
Was this drive-in originally calld the Camp Bowie Drive-In?
Howard, why does a person need permission to view your photos on Flckr? Every time you have a link to a flickr photo it always says “you don’t have permission to view this photo”, it syas This Page is Private.
Jack, according to their website all auditoriums are in operation
From a hybrid view it seems the auditorium and stage has been demolished and just the front of the building still stands.
Ian, as usual great photos. Thanks for sharing.
Only was going by what was in the City Directory on listing of ownership. The header still need to be updated to two screens and the address 3424 General Meyer Ave. needs to be added.