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THE PRINCESS AND THE FROG opens December 11th @ Arclight Hollywood.
This is the first time,that i can recall,that a Disney produced animated film has NOT opened at the El Capitan since it opened.
This opened as a General Cinema theatre,i believe,in the 1980’s.
No,wait! It’s the Coventry 13 that was a Regal but now is a Starplex. My apologies.
Was a Regal for a time in the late ‘90s-early '00s,Now(I believe)Starplex runs it.
Actually,i think AVATAR will be going to the AVCO. Being a Fox movie and,looking at theGCC/AMC to MANN ratio of Fox movies,AVCO is a safer bet. but that’s just me and,lord knows,i’m no expert. :)
Re:“Bad Lieutenant:Port of Call New Orleans”: Apparently,according to www.dvdpricesearch.com,the date for the DVD release of this has already been announced for early February.
PLANET 51 had its premiere there Nov. 14th. but it’s opening at the AVCO on the 20th.
Saw “Dog Day Afternoon” & “The Happy Hooker” here in 1975,I was only 6 years old at the time.
The Vermont was never an Edwards drive-in to my knowledge,it had always been an Aladdin/Pacific drive-in.
OT rant:Dammit! I don’t live in L.A. County anymore(haven’t since 1977)and can’t get access to the public library system without one.
How can i get to see old newspaper movie ads from the LA Times online? You can PM me,if you’d like.
Went here a few times while living in the north Houston suburb of Aldine between May 1977 and March 1979.
Saw CLOSE ENCOUNTERS here. The film broke at one point and it was,like,a 10 minute wait. needless to say,no one was pleased.
Saw JAWS 2 here but we had to leave because my mom got a coke accidently dumped on her from the roof of the car where my sister and her friends were sitting. We missed GRAY LADY DOWN, a WW II movie. no biggie,the movie kinda sucks really.
Pacific Theatres ran this drive-in until its closure in 1989. All the Pacific drive-ins in the San Bernardino County closed at,roughly,the same time.
Ok,exactly how big was this theatre? From the pictures of the outside of the building,it looks no bigger than one of your average multiplex shoebox theatres.
I went to Pacific Boulevard Elementary School in the early ‘70s and this theatre was on the route to and from school.
So were the California and Park theatres.
Bill was there when i was playing Dr. Scott at Rocky Horror in the late ‘80s-early '90s.
They must be desperate for bookings if they’re showing dreck like “Pandorum”. yech.
Well,obviously,it won’t be used during the day,when school is in session,unless they build a retractable roof so that it can.
Maybe,it’ll only be used for school functions like graduation.
Otherwise…i don’t know.
They’re listed in the Independent Theatre section in today’s Los Angeles Times. But they have no movies or times listed.
So the prestige pictures from Disney would go to the El Capitan while the Chinese gets the scraps? unlikey!
Here’s a thought. What if a potential buyer wants the main theatreonly but not the 6-plex? I assume it would it would be an “all or nothing” package deal. But,in this particular scenario,who would/should get what? Or does that just ask for another Hollywood Galaxy disaster?
The theatre will close August 28 for renovations and have planned an early November reopening.
This is NOT what a 10 year old boy should see on his birthday because his first choice(“The Muppet Movie”)was sold out.
But,that exactly what happened on that fateful September day in 1979 when on this at the Parkway triplex in Las Vegas,NV.
Not sure if it was 70mm but i think it was since it was in the main auditorium.
dammit! well,it works anyway.
According to the history of Loma Linda:http://tinyurl.com/pqeknn
it wasn’t until 1970 that this largely Seventh Day Adventist community became an incorparated city.
I drove by there yesterday on the way back to Calimesa. Absolutely nothing remains of the drive-in. I can recall a lot of exploitation movies played here in the 1970s-80s.