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JRS40 commented about River Oaks Theaters 2 & 3 on Dec 10, 2007 at 8:01 pm

Here are the bookings for theater #2 from its opening in 1972 through 1981.

8/11/72 – WHAT’S UP DOC?
8/18/72 – PRIME CUT
9/1/72 – JOE KIDD
9/15/72 – JUNIOR BONNER
9/29/72 – PORTNOY’S COMPLAINT
10/20/72- WHERE DOES IT HURT?
11/10/72- GONE WITH THE WIND
11/17/72- EVERYTHING YOU ALWAYS WANTED TO KNOW ABOUT SEX……
12/8/72 – AL CAPONE plus YOUNG DILLINGER
12/15/72- 2001: A SPACE ODYSSEY
12/22/72- UP THE SANDBOX
2/9/73 – LADY SINGS TEH BLUES
2/23/73 – DELIVERANCE
3/2/73 – JEREMIAH JOHNSON
3/16/73 – THE TRAIN ROBBERS
3/30/73 – THE GODFATHER
4/13/73 – CABARET
4/20/73 – THE LIFE AND TIMES OF JUDGE ROY BEAN
5/11/73 – THE GETAWAY
5/25/73 – SAVE THE TIGER
6/8/73 – CARNAL KNOWLEDGE plus THE GRADUATE
6/15/73 – HITLER: THE LAST TEN DAYS
6/29/73 – CAMELOT
7/13/73 – THE LAST OF SHEILA
7/27/73 – BLUME IN LOVE
9/21/73 – ROMEO AND JULIET
10/5/73 – ENTER THE DRAGON
10/12/73- 40 CARATS
10/19/73- THE OUTFIT
10/26/73- MAS*H
11/16/73- AMERICAN GRAFFITI
12/25/73- THE STING
3/29/74 – MAME
5/17/74 – BUTCH CASSIDY AND THE SUNDANCE KID
5/31/74 – BLAZING SADDLES
6/21/74 – THE EXORCIST
7/19/74 – THUNDERBOLT AND LIGHTFOOT
8/2/74 – OUR TIME
8/16/74 – ZANDY’S BRIDE
8/23/74 – THE THREE MUSKETEERS
8/30/74 – THE TERMINAL MAN
9/6/74 – UPTOWN SATURDAY NIGHT
9/13/74 – DOCTOR ZHIVAGO
9/20/74 – MACON COUNTY LINE
10/4/74 – THE GROOVE TUBE plus REEFER MADNESS
10/25/74- FANTASIA
11/1/74 – THE SAVAGE IS LOOSE
11/29/74- THE BEARS AND I plus THE SHAGGY DOG
12/6/74 – THE FAMILY plus POLICEWOMEN
12/25/74- FREEBIE AND THE BEAN
2/14/75 – THE TOWERING INFERNO
5/9/75 – MARY, MARY BLOODY MARY
5/23/75 – DAY OF THE LOCUST
6/13/75 – RACE WITH THE DEVIL
6/20/75 – SHAMPOO
7/18/75 – ALOHA BOBBY AND ROSE
7/25/75 – THE FORTUNE
8/8/75 – WHITE LINE FEVER
8/15/75 – YOUNG FRANKENSTEIN
8/22/75 – MONTY PYTHON AND THE HOLY GRAIL
9/19/75 – RETURN TO MACON COUNTY
9/26/75 – FAREWELL, MY LOVELY
10/3/75 – GIVE EM HELL, HARRY
10/17/75- WHIFFS
10/24/75- DOG DAY AFTERNOON
12/25/75- BARRY LYNDON
3/12/76 – GONE WITH THE WIND
3/26/76 – FANTASIA
4/9/76 – ALL THE PRESIDENT’S MEN
6/18/76 – LIFEGUARD
6/25/76 – THE BIG BUS
7/23/76 – GUS plus BAMBI
8/6/76 – THAT’S ENTERTAINMENT PART 2
8/13/76 – MONTY PYTHON AND THE HOLY GRAIL plus THE PRODUCERS
8/20/76 – THE MAN WHO FELL TO EARTH
8/27/76 – THE POM POM GIRLS
9/17/76 – THE SHOOTIST
10/8/76 – A MATTER OF TIME
10/22/76- THE GREAT SCOUT AND CATHOUSE THURSDAY
10/29/76- THE OTHER SIDE OF THE MOUNTAIN
11/5/76 – MIDWAY
11/12/76- TWO MINUTE WARNING
12/24/76- A STAR IS BORN
3/25/77 – AIRPORT 77
5/6/77 – ROCKY
5/20/77 – THE GREATEST
6/3/77 – THE FARMER
6/10/77 – GONE IN 60 SECONDS plus GO FOR IT
6/17/77 – EXORCIST II: THE HERETIC
7/22/77 – OUTLAW BLUES
7/29/77 – THE BAD NEWS BEARS IN BREAKING TRAINING
9/16/77 – I NEVER PROMISED YOU A ROSE GARDEN
9/30/77 – KENTUCKY FRIED MOVIE
10/21/77- LOOKING FOR MR GOODBAR
12/16/77- OH, GOD
12/23/77- THE GAUNTLET
2/3/78 – HIGH ANXIETY
3/17/78 – AN UNMARRIED WOMAN
5/19/78 – F.I.S.T.
6/9/78 – DAMIEN: OMEN II
7/14/78 – THE BAD NEWS BEARS GO TO JAPAN
7/28/78 – SGT. PEPPER’S LONELY HEARTS CLUB BAND
8/25/78 – REVENGE OF THE PINK PANTHER
9/15/78 – GREASE
9/29/78 – DEATH ON THE NILE
11/10/78- ANIMAL HOUSE
11/17/78- PARADISE ALLEY
12/8/78 – FOUL PLAY
12/15/78- OLIVER’S STORY
1/12/79 – DAYS OF HEAVEN
1/19/79 – INVASION OF THE BODY SNATCHERS
2/2/79 – MOVIE, MOVIE
2/9/79 – MIDNIGHT EXPRESS
2/16/79 – QUINTET
2/23/79 – FASTBREAK
4/6/79 – A PERFECT COUPLE
4/13/79 – COMING HOME
5/4/79 – DAWN OF THE DEAD
5/25/79 – ALIEN
8/3/79 – THE AMITYVILLE HORROR
9/14/79 – HOOPER
9/21/79 – ANIMAL HOUSE
10/5/79 – STARTING OVER
11/9/79 – APOCALYPSE NOW
12/14/79- THE ROSE
1/18/80 – THE BERMUDA TRIANGLE
1/25/80 – THE ROSE
2/1/80 – FATSO
2/15/80 – A FORCE OF ONE
2/29/80 – WILDERNESS FAMILY PART 2
3/7/80 – THE LAST MARRIED COUPLE IN AMERICA
3/14/80 – SIMON
4/4/80 – COAL MINER’S DAUGHTER
4/18/80 – LADY AND THE TRAMP
4/25/80 – WHERE THE BUFFALO ROAM
5/9/80 – FRIDAY THE 13TH
5/23/80 – TOM HORN
6/6/80 – AMERICAN GIGOLO plus THE WARRIORS
6/13/80 – URBAN COWBOY
7/25/80 – BATTLE BEYOND THE STARS
8/1/80 – THE HUNTER
8/22/80 – SMOKEY AND THE BANDIT II
9/26/80 – THE BLUES BROTHERS
10/3/80 – SOMEWHERE IN TIME
10/17/80- HOPSCOTCH
11/14/80- THE IDOLMAKER
12/5/80 – THE ELEPHANT MAN
12/19/80- RAGING BULL
1/30/81 – THE INCREDIBLE SHRINKING WOMAN
2/13/81 – JONI
2/27/81 – COAL MINER’S DAUGHTER
3/6/81 – PRIVATE BENJAMIN plus THE GREAT SANTINI
3/13/81 – BACK ROADS
4/3/81 – ORDINARY PEOPLE
4/17/81 – CAVEMAN
5/1/81 – KING OF THE MOUNTAIN
5/8/81 – SLEEPING BEAUTY
5/15/81 – AIRPLANE plus POPEYE
5/22/81 – DEATH HUNT
6/5/81 – HIGH RISK plus THE OCTAGON
6/12/81 – RAIDERS OF THE LOST ARK
7/31/81 – THE EMPIRE STRIKES BACK
8/21/81 – FIRST MONDAY IN OCTOBER
8/28/81 – BODY HEAT
10/2/81 – PATERNITY
10/9/81 – TRUE CONFESSIONS
11/20/81- HALLOWEEN II plus TATTOO
12/4/81 – REDS
12/11/81- KENTUCKY FRIED MOVIE plus AIRPLANE
12/18/81- SHARKY’S MACHINE

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JRS40 commented about River Oaks Theater 4 on Dec 9, 2007 at 9:53 pm

Here are the movie bookings for theater 4 from its 1978 opening through 1981.

11/3/78 – THE BOYS FROM BRAZIL
11/24/78- HEAVEN CAN WAIT
12/1/78 – SATURDAY NIGHT FEVER
12/8/78 – HALLOWEEN
12/22/78- MOMENT BY MOMENT
1/19/79 – THE BIG FIX
1/26/79 – ICE CASTLES
2/23/79 – THE LATE, GREAT PLANET EARTH
3/2/79 – NORMA RAE
4/6/79 – THE CHAMP
6/8/79 – JAWS
6/22/79 – ROCKY II
8/17/79 – MORE AMERICAN GRAFFITI
8/31/79 – CONCORDE: AIRPORT 79
9/14/79 – THE DEER HUNTER
9/28/79 – THE ONION FIELD
10/26/79- YANKS
11/9/79 – STARTING OVER
11/16/79- APOCALYPSE NOW
12/7/79 – HALLOWEEN
12/14/79- APOCALYPSE NOW
12/21/79- THE DEER HUNTER
12/25/79- GOING IN STYLE
2/8/80 – JUST TELL ME WHAT YOU WANT
2/22/80 – ALL THAT JAZZ
5/23/80 – MARY POPPINS
6/20/80 – THE BLUES BROTHERS
9/26/80 – MY BODYGUARD
10/31/80- LOVING COUPLES
11/7/80 – THE STUNT MAN
11/28/80- CADDYSHACK plus AIRPLANE
12/19/80- 9 TO 5
1/16/81 – MOUNTAIN FAMILY ROBINSON
1/23/81 – POPEYE
2/13/81 – EYEWITNESS
3/13/81 – TRIBUTE
3/27/81 – THIEF
4/10/81 – NIGHTHAWKS
5/22/81 – THE FOUR SEASONS
5/29/81 – BUSTIN LOOSE
6/26/81 – FOR YOUR EYES ONLY
7/24/81 – EYE OF THE NEEDLE
7/31/81 – SUPERMAN II
8/14/81 – UNDER THE RAINBOW
8/28/81 – COMIN AT YA
9/18/81 – CONTINENTAL DIVIDE
10/2/81 – PRINCE OF THE CITY
10/23/81- THE FRENCH LIEUTENANT’S WOMAN
11/6/81 – HALLOWEEN II
11/20/81- HOUSE OF WAX
12/18/81- NEIGHBORS

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JRS40 commented about River Oaks Theatre on Dec 5, 2007 at 3:51 pm

I think it’s a great idea and would be first in line to see it. You have obviously thought this out well and anything I can add to help you is great. The brick style was dark brown outside on all sides of the building. I remember the lobby had the bricks on the wall surrounding the auditoriums in the lobby and behind the concession stand. I would guess the wall separating the two auditoriums was the same but I just can’t remember and am only guessing. The box office was also an outer box in the middle with entrance doors on either side of it. When it was really busy there would be a cashier for both sides and I remember how strict they were about being on the correct side for the correct theater. If you wanted a ticket to #2 you had to be to the left of the box office. If you went to the right you only got tickets for #3. Incidentally I never heard of that theater in New York but am now HIGHLY intrigued by it.

The problem with putting your business at River Oaks is that it isn’t quite the area that it used to be which is why the big theaters lost so much business.

I will look those bookings up and print them in their appropriate spot on the site. I will make seperate lists for #2 and #3 so it may be easier for me to do and you to read.

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JRS40 commented about River Oaks Theatre on Dec 5, 2007 at 2:43 pm

CineMark, I want to say it was late 80’s when that ticket came into play. I know for sure it was before 1990. You bet I remember River Oaks 2 and 3. I really liked those theaters though not as much as #1 of course. They were smaller then #1 but about as big as #4 (maybe even a little smaller now that I think about it). Both theaters had great sound which seemed all the better because the auditoriums were smaller. #2 was on the left when you walked in and the curtain opened from the middle. With the lights on the sides and on the curtain the auditorium had the same yellow-ish hue that #1 had. #3 was on the right and its curtain was waterfall style, dropping from the ceiling. The lights were on the sides and in front (like 1 and 2) and the curtain was red. I also have the bookings for 2,3,4 like I did #1 above if you would like me to list them. When #1 and #4 were remodeled in 1994 not much was changed that I can recall. The only major difference was the rocking chairs in #1 were removed for standard chairs with cup holders on the back of the seat in front of you. Other then that I don’t think much else changed. Sometime in the mid 80’s they closed #4’s box office window and went exclusively to #1’s for both sides though the #4 window remained and is still there today. Hope that helps. Feel free to ask anything you want to satisfy those curiosities. Incidentally, the Marquette theaters in Michigan City, Indiana looked just like RO #2 and #3 inside and out (at least before the big theater was chopped in two). That theater is also closed but is still standing.

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JRS40 commented about River Oaks Theatre on Dec 3, 2007 at 1:05 pm

Cinemark Fan, it suddenly remembered today that I saw “The Godfather Part 3” on the #1 screen. Even though it was playing in NW Indiana I took my parents out there because they had seen the first 2 films there and thought it would be a neat way to conclude the trilogy.

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JRS40 commented about River Oaks Theatre on Nov 5, 2007 at 3:50 pm

48 HRS being in #1 makes more sense because FIRST BLOOD opened in October and 48 HRS was a big holiday movie.

I could have written the date for “Terms of Endearment” down wrong. Some of the articles I have do not have dates so either I guessed wrong or wrote it wrong. I know for a fact I saw it on the big screen though.

I remember seeing SUDDEN IMPACT on the big screen as well. That was a big hit where SCARFACE was not so it is entirely feasable it moved to be big screen.

It seems to me I saw BLADE on the #4 screen (later #10) so I am guessing it was a misprint.

Hmmm 9 ½ Weeks I know I saw on #2 screen so maybe it moved over at some point.

I will continue posting as I remember. You too.

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JRS40 commented about River Oaks Theatre on Nov 5, 2007 at 1:07 pm

Cinemark, over the weekend I suddenly remembered one more movie I saw on the big screen. It was 88 or 89 and it was a cold war thriller called “The Fourth War” with Roy Scheider that I think was directed by John Frankenheimer. What sticks out for me is that I saw it opening night and the place was nearly empty.

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JRS40 commented about River Oaks Theatre on Nov 1, 2007 at 10:01 pm

Cinemark Fan, no I don’t remember if either of those films played in the big theater. I do remember Death Wish 3 played River Oaks though. I went through my stuff and here is everything I have from 1982-part of 1986 that played in the big theater.

1/24/82 – ON GOLDEN POND
4/23/82 – DEATH WISH 2
5/07/82 – CONAN THE BARBARIAN
6/11/82 – E.T.
9/17/82 – PINK FLOYD THE WALL
10/12/82 – MY FAVORITE YEAR
11/12/82 – AMIN: THE RISE AND FALL
12/8/82 – 48 HRS
5/13/83 – BLUE THUNDER
5/25/83 – RETURN OF THE JEDI
7/29/83 – RISKY BUSINESS
11/11/83- TERMS OF ENDEARMENT
12/9/83 – SUDDEN IMPACT
5/1984 – INDIANA JONES AND THE TEMPLE OF DOOM
9/21/84 – NINJA 3 THE DOMINATION
1/25/85 – THE FALCON AND THE SNOWMAN
3/29/85 – POLICE ACADEMY 2
5/10/85 – GOTCHA
11/27/85 – ROCKY IV
4/11/85 – AT CLOSE RANGE

I saw CONAN, ET (I saw the sneak preview here and it was so packed they cancelled the regular feature’s late show to show ET again), THE WALL (Awesome presentation), MY FAVORITE YEAR, AMIN, JEDI, RISKY BUSINESS, TERMS OF ENDEARMENT, TEMPLE OF DOOM (At a 10pm premiere the night before it opened – It played on both 1 and 4 that night), 2010 and FALCON AND THE SNOWMAN there.

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JRS40 commented about River Oaks Theatre on Nov 1, 2007 at 4:49 pm

Cinemark Fan, looking at your list I recall seeing THE RIGHT STUFF and ISHTAR there. I positively remember seeing STAR TREK 4 THE VOYAGE HOME there as well. I have some stuff from 1980-1986 that includes some movie listings. I need to get on the horn and pull them out so I can add to your list.

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JRS40 commented about Crossroads Cinema on Sep 27, 2007 at 11:45 am

I happen to be in the area so I took a look inside and it already looks decrepit. The concession stand is still there with some displays still on the back counter. The rest benches still sit against the window but the remainder of the lobby is bare. One of the theater entrance signs still has GRIDIRON GANG posted. Ceiling tiles are falling or missing. It looks bad. The poster case has a poster for AKEELAH AND THE BEE with a COMING SOON above it. I also understand that the former owner removed all the seats and equipment and sold it even though it all belonged to the landlord of the Plaza where the theater sits. The way the theater is set up, attached on one end leading to all the other businesses sitting east to west, I don’t think they can tear it down. Perhaps the walls will be torn out and it will be used for retail space or something. The marquee is looking bad too. The Crossroads Plaza sign at the top of the marquee blew away this summer in a storm and the rest is peeling. I imagine that will be brought down soon.

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JRS40 commented about Glen Theater on Sep 24, 2007 at 1:17 pm

I went by the theater the other day. The marquee states that the theater is re-oening October 13 but I couldn’t see with what as I was driving past. It appears to be live theater which would be a first as it was always a movie theater.

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JRS40 commented about River Oaks Theatre on Sep 21, 2007 at 9:17 pm

Cinemark, off the top of my head I recall seeing “The Evil That Men Do” and “Extreme Prejudice” there as well as “Spiderman,” “Three Kings,” “Titanic,” and all six “Star Wars,” the first 3 in re-release in the late 90’s as well as the new three on first release (all on opening day). The last film I saw there was just a month or so before it closed and that was “King Kong.”

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JRS40 commented about State-Lake Theater on Sep 21, 2007 at 1:09 pm

Bryan, your notes about the 6 theaters closing due to violations all stemmed from a surprise inspection on the Woods theater the Friday before New Year’s in 1974. There were a load of violations but the worst were electrical and unsafe storage of boxes behind the screen. The city shut the Woods down immediately and it was a big deal because they had the exclusive run (only in week 2) of the James Bond adventure “The Man With The Golden Gun.” According to the article by the late Gene Siskel, the theater manager was able to reach contacts of Mayor Daley who graciously supplied electricians (on top of those the Woods hired) and another inspection team at 6pm on the Friday before a holiday. While it is unlikely the violations were thoroughly corrected, the Woods was allowed to open for Friday night business and led to inspections at all the other downtown palaces.

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JRS40 commented about River Oaks Theatre on Sep 21, 2007 at 8:56 am

Cinemark, thanks for bringing back some memories. I remember seeing “Brainstorm” on opening day in #1 with a buddy and the sound was incredibly loud but it went well with the movie. It was so great to me that I went back that very night with a girlfriend and noticed the sound had been turned down a few nothces. Still it was awesome in that theater as was any movie conducive to it with sound or visual effects.

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JRS40 commented about Gene Siskel Film Center on Jul 27, 2007 at 1:33 pm

Catherine – I wouldn’t say the interior of the auditoriums are anything special. It’s just a nice clean place to see a movie. The small theater is VERY cozy – especially when the theater is filled. You should check the schedule often as they play lots of non-indie fare too. Look at the first post where you can see movies like “Dirty Harry” and “Chinatown” played. The lobby is very nice with tables off to one side where you can sit before the movie starts if you want. You can also buy alcohol and coffees as well.

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JRS40 commented about River Oaks Theatre on Jul 8, 2007 at 6:30 pm

I can’t really remember when they re-numbered but I am pretty sure 2 & 3 were always 2 & 3 so it would have happened after they closed. I am thinking it was re-numbered sometime in 1990 but that is a pure guess.

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JRS40 commented about River Oaks Theatre on Jul 8, 2007 at 3:26 pm

Cinemark, thanks for the compiment. I remember seeing “Flashdance” and “Cocoon” there and saw “Temple of Doom” at the late Tuesday night premiere in which they showed it on both #1 and #4.

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JRS40 commented about River Oaks Theatre on Jun 25, 2007 at 7:35 pm

Yeah CinemarkFan. If it is as I wrote above then “Stakeout” would have been in #1 with “Lost Boys” next door in #4.

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JRS40 commented about River Oaks Theatre on Jun 25, 2007 at 5:40 pm

I know #2 was equipped for 70MM and would assume #3 was as well but that’s just a guess. Can’t remember which auditorium “Stakeout” was in but I remember the ads. If it’s the top two then #1 is on the left and #4 is on the right. Just below is #2 on the left and #3 on the right. Just below is #5 on the left and #6 on the right. Just below is #7 on the right and #8 on the left. I hope this helps CinemarkFan.

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JRS40 commented about River Oaks Theatre on Jun 25, 2007 at 2:54 pm

“Alien” played on the number two screen across the street from the big theater.

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JRS40 commented about Glen Theater on Jun 8, 2007 at 2:15 pm

I grew up going to the Glen. Not only did I see all the Disney movies but I also saw “What’s Up Doc?” “Towering Inferno,” “The Front Page,” “Race With The Devil” and “Jaws” here. There was also a racing documentary called “Funny Car Summer” that I remember seeing in a packed house. I have never seen it anywhere since. It was a nice theater and not long ago I went by there and saw the back exit door open. I peaked in and saw the seats looked brand new but was afraid to go in any further as I could hear workers inside. Hopefully this nice theater will re-open.

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JRS40 commented about Hammond Twin Outdoor on Jun 8, 2007 at 2:11 pm

I saw a triple feature of “The Empire Strikes Back,” “Flash Gordon” and “My Bodyguard” here. I remember that Bo Derek’s “Tarzan” was on the other screen so needless to say we missed some of “Empire” to see the “good” scenes.

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JRS40 commented about Griffith Park Cinema I-II on Jun 8, 2007 at 2:06 pm

The first movie I ever saw here was called “Nightwing” that was a very bad horror movie about bats. This was a unique theater as, unlike the other area GCC’s, the two auditoriums were deep and not wide. The building is still there and the skeleton of the concession stand is still in the lobby.

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JRS40 commented about River Oaks Theatre on May 26, 2007 at 10:27 pm

Actually there are a few Wednesday openings along the way (Close Encounters is another) but I always wrote them down on a Friday. Thanks for the compliments.

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JRS40 commented about Woods Theater on May 4, 2007 at 7:00 pm

Here is the listing of what played here from 1964-1980.

1/03/1964 – THE CARDINAL
4/01/1964 – NIGHT MUST FALL
4/22/1964 – FROM RUSSIA WITH LOVE
6/26/1964 – THE LONG SHIPS
7/24/1964 – BLACK LIKE ME
8/14/1964 – MASQUE OF THE RED DEATH plus BLACK SABBATH
8/28/1964 – A HARD DAY’S NIGHT
9/11/1964 – WOMAN OF STRAIN
9/25/1964 – OF HUMAN BONDAGE
10/16/1964- FATE IS THE HUNTER
10/30/1964- THE YOUNG LOVERS
11/20/1964- KITTEN WITH A WHIP
12/25/1964- FATHER GOOSE
2/12/1965 – THE PLEASURE SEEKERS
3/05/1965 – SLAVE TRADE IN THE WORLD TODAY
3/31/1965 – JOHN GOLDFARB, PLEASE COME HOME
5/05/1965 – MALAMONDO
5/19/1965 – MY BABY IS BLACK
6/09/1965 – HIGH WIND IN JAMAICA
6/23/1965 – VON RYAN’S EXPRESS
8/11/1965 – HELP!
9/15/1965 – A RAGE TO LIVE
10/6/1965 – BUNNY LAKE IS MISSING
10/27/1965- MICKEY ONE
11/10/1965- THE NANNY
12/24/1965- BOEING, BOEING
1/21/1966 – OUR MAN FLINT
4/01/1966 – FLIGHT OF THE PHOENIX
4/29/1966 – A MAN COULD GET KILLED
5/27/1966 – LOST COMMAND
6/17/1966 – HIGH YELLOW
6/24/1966 – MODESTY BLAISE
8/10/1966 – HOW TO STEAL A MILLION
9/28/1966 – FANTASTIC VOYAGE
11/8/1966 – WAY, WAY OUT
12/9/1966 – THE FLAME AND THE FIRE
12/21/1966- THE BUBBLE
1/25/1967 – WARNING SHOT
2/10/1967 – BLOW UP
5/26/1967 – HURRY SUNDOWN
7/21/1967 – HELLS ANGELS ON WHEELS
9/01/1967 – THE NAKED RUNNER
9/22/1967 – BONNIE AND CLYDE
11/22/1967- COOL HAND LUKE
2/21/1968 – WAIT UNTIL DARK
4/17/1968 – THE FOX
8/21/1968 – THE THOMAS CROWN AFFAIR
10/17/1968- SALT AND PEPPER
11/13/1968- FROM RUSSIA WITH LOVE plus THUNDERBALL
11/27/1968- YELLOW SUBMARINE
12/18/1968- THE NIGHT THEY RAIDED MINSKY'S
12/29/1968- THE UGLY ONES
1/15/1969 – BUONO SERA, MRS. CAMPBELL
2/05/1969 – PENDELUM
3/05/1969 – TWISTED NERVE
3/26/1969 – DRACULA HAS RISEN FROM THE GRAVE
4/23/1969 – SAM WHISKEY
5/07/1969 – THE FIRST TIME
5/28/1969 – WHERE IT’S AT
6/11/1969 – POPI
6/27/1969 – THE BRIDGE AT REMAGEN
7/14/1969 – MIDNIGHT COWBOY
11/5/1969 – ALICE’S RESTAURANT
12/18/1969- ON HER MAJESTY’S SECRET SERVICE
2/11/1970 – THE SECRET OF SANTA VITTORIA
3/04/1970 – WHAT DO YOU SAY TO A NAKED LADY?
4/01/1970 – HALLS OF ANGER
5/13/1970 – THE MERCENARY
5/27/1970 – COTTON COMES TO HARLEM
9/04/1970 – THEY CALL ME MISTER TIBBS
10/14/1970- THE LANDLORD
11/25/1970- THE McKENZIE BREAK
12/11/1970- HORNET’S NEST
12/18/1970- WHERE’S POPPA?
1/01/1971 – THUNDERBALL plus YOU ONLY LIVE TWICE
2/05/1971 – BURN!
3/05/1971 – VALDEZ IS COMING
4/16/1971 – RUSS MEYER’S FINDERS KEEPERS LOVERS WEEPERS
4/30/1971 – BIG DOLL HOUSE
5/28/1971 – THE HUNTING PARTY
6/22/1971 – WILLARD
8/27/1971 – LAWMAN
9/24/1971 – DOC
10/22/1971- ADIOS SABATA
11/20/1971- THE ORGANIZATION
12/22/1971- DIAMONDS ARE FOREVER
3/10/1972 – THE HONKERS
3/17/1972 – TWILIGHT PEOPLE
3/24/1972 – GHETTO FREAKS
4/07/1972 – DR. JEKYLL AND SISTER HYDE
4/21/1972 – THE FINAL COUNTDOWN
5/12/1972 – CHATO’S LAND
5/26/1972 – STANLEY
6/07/1972 – SWEET SUGAR
6/16/1972 – THE LIMIT
6/30/1972 – COME BACK CHARLESTON BLUE
9/01/1972 – RETURN OF SABATA plus THE MAGNIFICENT SEVEN RIDE
9/15/1972 – HAMMER
10/6/1972 – THUNDERBALL plus YOU ONLY LIVE TWICE
10/20/1972- THE LAST HOUSE ON THE LEFT
11/22/1972- THE MECHANIC
12/15/1972- ACROSS 110TH STREET
2/23/1973 – ALABAMA’S GHOST
3/09/1973 – SAVAGE
3/28/1973 – RUSS MEYER’S BLACKSNAKE
4/13/1973 – THEATER OF BLOOD
5/04/1973 – THE FAMILY
5/25/1973 – PAT GARRETT AND BILLY THE KID
6/15/1973 – THE HAMMER OF GOD
6/29/1973 – LIVE AND LET DIE
8/05/1973 – I ESCAPED FROM DEVIL’S ISLAND
8/17/1973 – PANCHO VILLA plus BAD MAN’S RIVER
8/31/1973 – THE SPOOK WHO SAT BY THE DOOR
10/5/1973 – BLACK JACK
10/17/1973- FISTS OF THE DOUBLE K
11/2/1973 – THE BLACK SIX
11/30/1973- DEADLY CHINA DOLL
12/19/1973- WILLIE DYNAMITE
1/25/1974 – BUSTING
2/22/1974 – FIVE ON THE BLACK HAND SIDE
4/12/1974 – BAMBOO GODS AND IRON MEN
4/26/1974 – IT’S ALIVE
5/24/1974 – THUNDERBOLT AND LIGHTFOOT
6/28/1974 – MR. MAJESTYK
7/19/1974 – JOHNNY TOUGH
8/16/1974 – BRING ME THE HEAD OF ALFREDO GARCIA
9/06/1974 – THE BLACK GODFATHER
9/27/1974 – AMAZING GRACE
10/25/1974- WALKING TALL
11/8/1974 – THE TAKING OF PELHAM 1-2-3
11/27/1974- THE BEAST MUST DIE plus SEIZURE
12/18/1974- THE MAN WITH THE GOLDEN GUN
1/17/1975 – T.N.T. JACKSON
1/31/1975 – KUNG FU MASSACRE plus FORCED TO FIGHT
2/14/1975 – SOLOMON KING plus THE THUNDER KICK
2/28/1975 – HONEY BABY plus THE STEEL EDGE OF REVENGE
3/14/1975 – REPORT TO THE COMMISSIONER
3/28/1975 – THE NO-MERCY MAN plus SHANGHAI LIL & THE SUN LUCK KID
4/11/1975 – THUNDERFIST plus THE TONGFATHER
4/18/1975 – THE CANDY TANGERINE MAN
5/07/1975 – POP GOES THE WEASEL
5/16/1975 – BRUCE AND I
5/30/1975 – DOLEMITE
6/20/1975 – THE WILBY CONSPIRACY
7/04/1975 – DELIVER US FROM EVIL
7/25/1975 – DOUBLE POSSESSION plus HONKY
8/08/1975 – BLACK FRANKENSTEIN
8/15/1975 – THE BLACK DRAGON vs THE YELLOW TIGER plus CASTLE OF FU MANCHU
8/22/1975 – ROLLERBALL
9/12/1975 – MAHALIA
9/26/1975 – REVOLT OF THE DRAGON plus THE ISAAC HAYES SPECIAL
10/10/1975- DIAMONDS
10/22/1975- CALL HIM MISTER SHATTER
10/31/1975- SISTERS plus COFFY
11/7/1975 – DOLEMITE plus BOSS NIGGER
11/14/1975- THE MAN WITH THE GOLDEN GUN plus THUNDERBOLT & LIGHTFOOT
11/21/1975- CASSY
11/28/1975- SHANGHAI JOE plus FROM CHINA WITH DEATH
12/5/1975 – ACROSS 110TH STREET plus COTTON COMES TO HARLEM
12/12/1975- FIVE ON THE BLACK HAND SIDE plus AMAZING GRACE
12/19/1975- ON HER MAJESTY’S SECRET SERVICE plus BRANNIGAN
12/26/1975- ADIOS AMIGO
1/30/1976 – THE PREMONITION
2/20/1976 – KILLER FORCE
3/19/1976 – DR. BLACK AND MR. HYDE
4/02/1976 – BREAKHEART PASS
4/16/1976 – DR. TARR’S TORTURE DUNGEON plus BEYOND THE LIVING DEAD
4/30/1976 – DEADLY HERO
5/07/1976 – HIGH YELLOW plus TIGER FORCE
5/14/1976 – TRACKDOWN
5/21/1976 – THE MISSOURI BREAKS
6/18/1976 – THE BAD BUNCH plus CHALLENGE OF THE DRAGON
7/02/1976 – BUFFALO BILL AND THE INDIANS
7/16/1976 – GATOR
7/30/1976 – TWILIGHT PEOPLE plus BOSS NIGGER plus SUPERDUDE plus JOHNNY TOUGH
8/06/1976 – THE HUMAN TORNADO
9/03/1976 – DEVIL WOMAN plus DRAGONS NEVER DIE
9/17/1976 – DEMON WITCH CHILD plus TERROR AT RED WOLF INN
10/1/1976 – BURNT OFFERINGS
10/15/1976- THE BOD SQUAD plus SHANGHAI KILLERS
10/29/1976- MURDER IN THE ORIENT plus BEHIND THE SHUTTERS
11/5/1976 – CARRIE
12/22/1976- SILVER STREAK
4/01/1977 – ROCKY
5/06/1977 – THE GODFATHER plus THE GODFATHER PART II
5/20/1977 – CURSE OF THE DEVIL plus KUNG FU BROTHERS
5/27/1977 – AUDREY ROSE plus THE MAGNIFICENT SEVEN RIDE
6/15/1977 – A BRIDGE TOO FAR
7/22/1977 – KID VENGEANCE plus DEATH OF A GUNFIGHTER
8/05/1977 – SINDBAD AND THE EYE OF THE TIGER plus BUCK AND THE PREACHER
8/12/1977 – THE SPY WHO LOVED ME
9/30/1977 – NIGHT CHILD plus BEYOND THE DOOR
10/14/1977- THE OUTLAW JOSEY WALES plus PANCHO VILLA
10/21/1977- DAMNATION ALLEY
11/11/1977- PETEY WHEATSTRAW
11/25/1977- CRY FOR ME, BILLY plus THE GODFATHER SQUAD
12/2/1977 – SHANGHAI KILLERS plus STREETGANGS OF HONG KONG plus BLACK MAMA, WHITE MAMA plus HELL UP IN HARLEM
12/21/1977- THE GAUNTLET
2/10/1978 – A HERO AIN’T NOTHIN BUT A SANDWICH
3/17/1978 – CLOSE ENCOUNTERS OF THE THIRD KIND
4/14/1978 – THE MEDUSA TOUCH
4/28/1978 – THE TOOLBOX MURDERS plus DRAGON SQUAD
5/19/1978 – DRACULA’S DOG plus OUT OF THE DARKNESS
6/02/1978 – BIG DOLL HOUSE plus MAN OF IRON plus BIG BAD MAMA plus THE THUNDER KICK
6/09/1978 – DAMIEN: OMEN II
7/21/1978 – STAR WARS
8/18/1978 – DEATH FORCE plus CASTLE OF FU MANCHU
8/25/1978 – PIRANHA plus THE STING OF THE WEST
9/15/1978 – THE HILLS HAVE EYES plus BOOT HILL
9/29/1978 – RETURN OF THE LIVING DEAD plus BOD SQUAD
10/13/1978- THE BODYGUARD plus GOODBYE BRUCE LEE plus THE EVIL
10/27/1978- MIDNIGHT EXPRESS
11/24/1978- STONY ISLAND
12/8/1978 – WONDER WOMEN plus MONKEY HUSTLE plus THE BROTHERS plus SCHOOL OF FEAR
12/15/1978- THE TOOLBOX MURDERS plus SABATA plus BIG BAD MAMA plus THE THUNDER KICK
12/22/1978- CALIFORNIA SUITE
2/23/1979 – HARDCORE plus KUNG FU MASTER
3/30/1979 – BRUCE LEE FIGHTS BACK FROM THE GRAVE plus DEVIL WOMAN plus GOODBYE BRUCE LEE
4/13/1979 – BEYOND THE DOOR 2 plus THE DRAGON LIVES
5/04/1979 – PHANTASM
5/25/1979 – THE BROOD plus KUNG FU MASSACRE
6/08/1979 – THE RAVAGERS plus WONDER WOMEN plus BLACKBELT
6/15/1979 – THE HITTER plus THE HOUSE THAT CRIED MURDER
6/29/1979 – NIGHTWING plus DUEL IN THE TIGER DEN
7/13/1979 – TERROR plus FISTS OF THE DOUBLE K
7/27/1979 – UP FROM THE DEPTHS plus SOUL OF CHIBA plus BIG BAD MAMA
8/03/1979 – THE AMITYVILLE HORROR
9/14/1979 – DISCO GODFATHER plus DEEP WEST
9/28/1979 – THE ONION FIELD
10/19/1979- BAD GUYS WEAR BLACK plus BIG BIRD CAGE plus THE EVIL
10/26/1979- SKATETOWN U.S.A.
11/16/1979- INVASION OF THE KUNG FU KILLER plus WOMEN IN CAGES plus BLOODY FRIDAY
11/30/1979- FIVE MASTERS OF DEATH plus THE MAN WITH TWO HEADS
12/14/1979- BOLO THE BRUTE plus BIG BAD MAMA plus HORROR OF THE BLOOD MONSTERS
12/21/1979- ROLLER BOOGIE plus ENTER THE DEVIL
1/11/1980 – THE TATTOO CONNECTION
2/01/1980 – THE FOG
3/07/1980 – THE DEADLY ANGELS plus THE 5 DEADLY VENOMS
3/21/1980 – DYNAMO plus SUPERCHICK plus ADIOS SABATA
4/04/1980 – THE FIFTH FLOOR plus THE DRAGON LIVES
4/25/1980 – DEATH SHIP plus DUEL OF THE DRAGONS
5/09/1980 – THE LAST CHALLENGE OF THE DRAGON plus BEYOND THE DARKNESS plus DEVIL WOMAN
5/16/1980 – MAD MAX plus SEVEN
5/30/1980 – HUMANOIDS FROM THE DEEP plus ANGEL’S BRIGADE
6/19/1980 – ROUGH CUT plus ENCOUNTER THE DRAGON
6/27/1980 – WHEN THE SCREAMING STOPS plus BLOODY MAMA plus SHADOW OF THE DRAGON
7/04/1980 – THE DEVIL’S 3 plus BRUCE LEE FIGHTS BACK FROM THE GRAVE plus NIGHTMARE IN BLOOD
7/11/1980 – THE CHILDREN plus PROM NIGHT
8/08/1980 – THE HUNTER plus CRAZY MAMA
8/22/1980 – PROM NIGHT plus THE CHILDREN plus KILLER FISH
8/29/1980 – DON’T GO IN THE HOUSE plus THE BOD SQUAD
9/05/1980 – FIST OF FEAR, TOUCH OF DEATH
9/19/1980 – 3 AVENGERS plus PIRANHA plus CHAIN GANG WOMEN
9/26/1980 – NIGHTMARE plus STAYIN ALIVE
10/3/1980 – BRUCE IS LOOSE plus NIGHTMARE plus BLOODY FRIDAY
10/10/1980- THE EXTERMINATOR
10/31/1980- THE AWAKENING
11/14/1980- THE FOG plus PHANTASM plus THE AWAKENING
11/21/1980- SHOGUN ASSASSIN plus THE CHINATOWN KID
12/12/1980- STIR CRAZY