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This reopened as Montana on May 24th, 1940. Grand opened ad in the photo section.
This opened as Peoples' theatre on February 25th, 1917 and reopened as the Park on November 15th, 1932. Both grand opening ads in the photo section.
Also opened as Temple on September 6th, 1924. Grand opening ad in the photo section.
Reopened as Fox on December 7th, 1929
Found on Newspapers.com
This opened on May 20th, 1916.
ad in the photo section.
This became part of Loew’s (of New York) on August 1st, 1914.
This opened on July 29th, 1912.
Article and ad:
This opened or reopened as the Orion on October 29th, 1910 and renamed Empress on July 15th, 1911. 1910 and 1911 grand opening ads in the photo section.
Grand opening ad in the photo section.
May 14th, 1908 article:
Found more information for this cinema.
* November 16th, 1984 opened as a twin cinema
January 30th, 1987 3rd screen added
July 23rd, 1993 6 screens
March 16th, 2001 expanded to 10 screens as the theatre gets its Egyptian theme.
January 31st, 2003 11th screen opened
December 14th, 2005 expanded to 15 screens including the “Pharaoh’s theatre” in cinema 15.
2014 22 screens becoming the largest cinema complex in the state.
more ads in the photo section.
More information found about this theatre. I have uploaded the 1985 and 1994 ads in the photo section.
June 28th, 1985 opens as a triple theatre by Midco as the Gateway Triple
July 1st, 1994 expands to 8 screens as it is renamed Midco 8
1995 Midco sells it to Carmike Cinemas
July 15th, 1998 renamed Carmike 8 Cinemas
2016 taken over by AMC Theatres
Early 2017 renamed AMC Classic Bismarck 8
This opened on June 10th, 1994. Grand opening ad in the photo section.
January 13, 1995, grand opening ad in the photo section.
This opened on February 16th, 1990. Grand opening ad in the photo section.
Correction. It opened on December 20th, 1995. I posted the grand opening ad in the photo section.
This opened on October 4th, 1963. Grand opening ad in the photo section.
Lorsque le cinéma Le Canadien a ouvert ses portes le 9 juillet 1966, le Cineac s'est tourné vers les films en langue anglaise.
When the Le Canadien cinema opened on July 9th, 1966, the Cineac switched to English-language movies.
This opened on May 23rd, 1958 and the 2nd screen opened on May 28th, 1977. Both grand opening ads in the photo section.
This opened with three screens on October 29th, 1975 and expanded to 7 screens on December 23rd, 1994. 1975 grand opening ad in the photo section.
More information: This opened Cinema I & II on August 8th, 1969 and the third screen opened on June 20th, 1975 after it was renamed Route 9 Cinemas on February 2nd, 1979. Five screens on June 29th, 1979 and closed in 2004.
This opened as Cinema I & II on August 8th, 1969. Picture and grand opening ad here
This opened on October 15th, 1920. Grand opening ad below. I think that the America was rebuilt or torn down and a new one built around 1950. Awaiting further digitization of the Casper newspapers.