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10 screens on August 17th, 1990. Ad in the photo section.
Grand opening ad:
Found on Newspapers.com
Grand opening ad in the photo section.
And reopened on May 18th, 1929 as Paramount. Both grand opening ads in the photo section.
This was renamed Orpheum on January 24th, 1939 to avoid confusion with the Iowa theatre on Commercial St. Grand opening ad uploaded.
Three grand opening ads in the photo section.
I have uploaded six grand opening ads in the photo section for this cinema.
For a very short time, there was two Iowa theatres in town.
No ad found for the opening of the Grand theatre on December 20th, 1914, however, the Plaza theatre opened on the same date.
Opened by Famous Player’s Cinémas Unis
5-page newspaper grand opening ad at
This opened as Skyline Drive-In on April 23rd, 1949.
This reopened as the Rex theatre on November 3rd, 1925. Grand opening ad in the photo section.
Reopened as Rialto on October 17th, 1922.
This opened on April 8th, 1948. Grand opening ad in the photo section.
Reopened as Pic on October 16th, 1946. Grand opening ad in the photo section.
This opened in the early 1990’s as Rushmore 7 by Carmike Cinemas. It was taken over by AMC in 2016 and renamed AMC Classic Rushmore 7 in 2017. Awaiting digital newspaper archives for the era.
Last season: 1986.
This opened as Carmike 7 on September 30th, 1988 by Carmike Cinemas and expanded to 10 screens in 2006. It was taken over by AMC Theatres in 2016 and renamed AMC Rapid City early in 2017. The opening of this cinema forced the Northgate and Rushmore cinemas to close down. I have uploaded the grand opening ad in the photo section.
Listings ended in 1975 for this drive-in.
Full page ad for this theatre and the Roxy Mini:
Also the Roxy Mini closed later in 1979.