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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.
It occured to me that someone here mentioned Kerasoltes as a possible owner/operator. Didn’t they take over a Chinese Theatre complex in Colorado that was opened by Mann in the ‘70s?
That’d be quite a coup,i think.
Disney owns all things ABC. Somehow,i don’t see Pacific picking this one up since they’d probably use it as a moveover theatre for whatever’s playing at the Dome/Archlight or vice versa.
Century,Cinemark,Carmike(which would enter the SoCal market with this one and the Westwood screens)even the dreaded monoliths AMC & Regal would have a better chance. Or it could go indie like the Majestic Crest did.
Exactly! Close and remodel completely or close and build somewhere else in B.H.
Boy is my face red. I really need to check my facts before i post.
I apologize for my previous posts.
I read it on Cinematour in the thread about the closing of the Bruin and Vlllage theatres after Mann cancels thier leases next year. I think Chris Utley posted it.
Regency Theatres has picked up this theatre. Supposedly,they do a pretty good job on keeping up theatres abandoned by thier former owners.
Cult classics,perhaps. But,no,not B-movies. Impressive score getting “Abby” i thought that couldn’t be shown in theatres? If this is even going to be in a theatre.
ETA:Which is kind of appropriate since “Lovers and Other Strangers” produced by ABC Pictures.
Wow! How desperate were they for programming? LOL!
So,obviously,this was part of the ABC theatre chain that gave us the Century Plaza in Century City. Question:when were theatres 2&3 added? because i can’t imagine why they’d carve up that big,beautiful main screen they had.
“The Sailor Who Fell From Grace With The Sea”,with Kris Kristofferson,played here exclusively in 1976 when this theatre was run by Loews.
Disregard the above, Sorry.