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This opened on May 7th, 1996. It is owned by Didler Farre and is booked by Cineplex. The website that was submitted is not the offical website for this cinema. This cinema was built by the construction arm of Cinemas Guzzo. It had shown mostly English movies until 1999 when the StarCité opened up.
Also uploaded its grand opening ad as well.
Boxoffice of 1970 04 20 p 59 has an picture and article for this cinema.
Boxoffice Magazine – March 11, 1974 has an article for this cinema.
This opened in November 1997. It is the first SilverCity cinema for Famous Players.
Same thing in Montreal, they found time to install an UltraAVX system, but forgot to change the sign outside.
1980 opened with 4 cinemas and taken over by Cineplex Odeon in the 1980’s.
1990 closed and used as a school for projectionists and reopened a few years later as Dollar Cinemas.
Mid 1990’s Golden Theatres of Seattle,WA takes it over but it closed by 1999
1999-2000 owned by Encore Cinemas
2001-2007 reopened under new management
2008 reopened as Ciné Starz. It is the first Toronto-area chain to be owned by an Quebec-based circuit.
This opened on December 1st, 2006
Reopened, new website at http://paramounthudsonvalley.com/
and is showing movies again.
1981 opened by Cinema Centers Corp. with 6 cinemas
Late 1980’s taken over by Hoyt’s Cinemas Corporation
1997 doubled in size to 12 cinemas
2003 taken over by Regal Cinemas
Grand opening ad uploaded here.
Regal is opening a new cinema complex nearby at 6201 Fashion Drive.
This has closed in 2011. They use a screen of the AMC Palisades Center.
This is in New Windsor.
December 28th, 1921 grand opening ad uploaded in the photo section for this theatre.
Grand opening ad uploaded in the photo section for this theatre.
Opened in the early 1960’s by the Broumas circuit.
from old website:
* The Dutchess Theatre – Opened: July 1912
* Carroll Players Play House re-opened on Monday, September 27, 1926, with “The Girl from Childs.”
* Changed hands & name to The Playhouse Theatre on December 1928 – Vaudeville and Films
* Opened as “The Community Theater” to entertain throughout the 1930s – Live Theater
* Entertained as the “New Playhouse Theatre” on July 6, 1933
* Entertained as the “Astor Theater” during 1935 – Film
* Entertained as “The Starlight Theater” during 1940 – Live Theater
* Closed from 1945 through 1970
* Frivolous Sal’s Last Chance Saloon reopened in 1970 and entertained through 1980 – Food, Film and Live Entertainment including early tryout of Bill C. Davis' “Mass Appeal.”
* “The Chance” takes the area by storm in 1980 through present – Live Shows
June 4th, 1948 grand opening ad has been uploaded in the photo section for this cinema. It had an TV lounge and free parking.
I uploaded an grand opening ad in the photo section.
The grand opening ad from the County Review of November 19th, 1920 has been uploaded in the photo section for this theatre.
Moviegoer: Website moved to http://movie-theatre.org/usa/ny/NYC/readlongisland
This reopened as L'Amour on July 31st, 1981. Grand opening ads in English and French has been uploaded here.
I also uploaded the 1994 grand reopening as Cinema Le Mirage