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The Orleans did close first about a year before the Warner.
THEATER HAS BMW LEATHER SEATS !
One big error above studios do not ever get 90 % … They have gotten 90 % less house allowance. The house allowance on the Chinese is probably $ 35,000 per week. Rarely used anymore other than Sony.
Did not know the industry needed saving.
You cant discuss this theater in a proper way without bring up ARC LIGHT- as the future of the Chinese hangs by a thread.
There is no way long term this theater can show films. The end is near within the next 2-3 years. Sad but true.
REGENCY IS NOT DOING WELL @ THE BRUIN OR WETWOOD
6 day gross..
Just the Grauman;s…..
70,000 ON XMEN THE BEST GROSS IN A WEEK IN A LONG TIME..
I like this theater usually a very good presentation.
This theater needs to do 30,000 to 40,0000 a week to make money. Its dong $ 2,000 to 3,000 a week…. No future for movies unless they have a new concept.
Not doing very well— nice theater
Now HALF MOON OUTFITTERS….
NOW BOOKED BY ;FURLINGERCINEMASERVICES.COM
NEW NAME – HIPPODROME WIDESCREEN AND PERFORMING ARTS CENTER
TERRACE HIPPODROME WAS ALSO SOLD 12/31/2010
THEATER WAS SOLD -JANUARY 2011.
It lives on and on!
There are many weeks the main auditorium grosses well below $3,000 for the week …
The theater was next to a pharmacy then fabric shop then Woolworths. Fanny Farmer was the last store at the end of the strip next to Sears .(Sears then became Pathmark)
no one gives a shit about old theaters================
YOU ARE SO CORRECT—–