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Wasn’t there a single screen UA in Westwood? Because i remember ads for “Rocky Horror” saying that it was “moving”(complete with legs from the poster to make the point,lol)over to the Cinema Center 4 has RHPS was being replaced by the comedy “The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes' Smarter Brother”,which opened on Christmas Day 1975.
The Rocky Horror Picture Show begins a run here on Saturday,July 4th.
When was the screen on the left side of the original building twinned?
Actually,Zubi,the SRO Montclair 3(later Pacific Montclair 3,they expanded it to a 5-plex shortly after the acquisition)was located on Holt Blvd.
The Indian Hill was near the Pomona/Montclair border on Indian Hill Blvd.
Re:Ken mc’s post-I wonder how long “The Stunt Man” played at the Gordon. When i saw it while on vacation from Vegas in Spring ‘81,it was there with the Jack Nicholson/Jessica Lange remake of “The Postman Always Rings Twice”.
The drive-in of choice for my family,along with the adjacent Skyway,during our short time(Mar.‘79-Sept.'81)living in Vegas.
I saw the Ali McGraw stinker “Players” here in 1979 with my mom while my dad and my sisters saw the equally awful “Prophecy” on the other screen.
Whoops! Wrong theatre. I meant The Cinedome 6 on Decatur. Sorry.
I saw “Who Framed Roger Rabbit” in 70mm(i think)here while on vacation in 1987.
Claud,MFL was not filmed in Cinerama. I believe it was flimed Cinemascope. Can anyone verify?
100 to 200 seats? in a town of 26,000? You better keep the ticket and concession prices prices reasonable if you intend to keep a movie theatre of that size in operation. You could have your night time price be $5.00 for adults and $2.50 for kids 12 and under with $2.50 matinee pricing and a flat $5.00 price for midnight shows.
Perhaps set a day during the middle of the week for matinee pricing all day.
Keep concession prices just as low and who knows.
How far is it to the nearest theatre from your area?
Run “The Rocky Horror Picture Show” and you’re assured a nice size crowd on a Saturday night. Just remember to post rules regarding what,if any,props you’ll allow in.
“Heavy Metal”,“Pink Floyd:The Wall” & “Eraserhead” are good,as well.
“Legend Of The Lone Ranger”? what crap.
The screen count on the website now lists all 17 screens,including the Ultrascreen.
IMDB doesn’t seem to list a “Run,Run Joe” but there was a Saturday morning kids show called “Run,Joe,Run!” about a fugitive dog.
It ran on NBC for two seasons,1974-‘76.
Was this movie released undder another name?
Being a fan of old-school marquees,does anyone have any pics from this one. I loved Farrels. There was one near where i used to live in Downey.(i grew up,partially,in Cudahy but went to Downey all the time)
Growing up in nearby Cudahy,i saw many movies here.
Before moving to Texas with my parents in 1977,the last thing i remember seeing here was “Silver Streak” on a double bill with “Phantom of the Paradise” in ‘76.
This was the place to see Disney movies,as well
As a kid,i saw “Bugsy Malone” and “The Big Bus” as a double feature in 1976 at the Holly.
Why the hell was “The Unborn” dumped at the Chinese? “Defiance” or “Notorious” would have been much classier choices than another stupid American screw up of an Asian horror flick.
Saw “Skatetown USA” & “The Great Muppet Caper”,among others,here between spring ‘79 and fall '81.
I saw “The Black Stallion”,“Alien”,“The Muppet Movie” and “The Empire Strikes Back” here when i lived in Vegas btween spring ‘79 and fall '81.
This was an OK twin,opened as a single screen by Fox West Coast,it had a large screen downstairs and a smaller one up a staircase where the original balcony was back in its hey day.
When i was a kid in the ‘80s,both screens would have triple features for a $1.50 “Platoon”,“Spaceballs”,“Hiding Out” and the Prince concert movie “Sign O’ The Times” were just a sample of movies that played here.
A couple doors away was one of the last surviving Pussycat theatres at the time.
Why doesn’t film maker John Waters get involved? All his movies premiere here as he has stated that it’s his favorite theatre and has been since he was a kid growing up in Baltimore,which is where he set most of his most famous films.(“Pink Flamingos”,“Hairspray”,etc.)
Brenden Theatres now operates this theatre according to the above article.
I should have noted that i was living in Houston,TX just a few months before moving to Las Vegas,NV in early 1979,though it was still 1978 when i saw it. Which is why i asked about the Northline Mall.
I’m ALMOST positive it played in 70mm at the Mann Fox in Vegas.