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Scott for most of its Life The Brentwood was UATC . I don’t think General Cinemas had theaters in Long Island
Its a discount house with tickets ranges from$1.00 to 2.00. They may hardly have no money for maitenance.
On the last weekend before Clearview Cinemas closed the theater , no one on staff was there to open the theater.I think it was their was to give the company the finger.
Its still there
This theater is under the ownership of Carmike cinemas.
Here is the website for this theater http://www.zurichcinemas.com/
Pete ,thathas been a problem esp. with AMC and Regal. It just laziness of those companies and non expierenced employees
Before it was a porn house ,it was a second run double feature that share billingswithe the Mayfair theater of Fresh Meadows ( now the Bombay theater)
This is the website of the theater http://www.rivertowne12.com/index.htm
This is a Regal cinema.
Most of cinemas are rather small except XD screen. The range from 154 to 79. This theater had to fit to the contoir of the mall. I wish it was free standing. I hope Cinemark will go further east in the furture
Beautiful theater. Nice and spacous
This is the link for the original theater http://cinematreasures.org/theaters/7932
Here is the website of the New Manassas 4 cinema. http://manassas4cinemas.com
You are correct misterrick It was closed by Reagal Cinemas shorty after taking over UATC
Here are the screen counts for each theater
Screen 1 Can Seat up to 238, Enjoy the Digital Sound
Screen 2 Can Seat up to 252, Enjoy the Digital Sound
Screen 3 Can Seat up to 406, Enjoy the DTS Sound
Screen 4 Can Seat up to 154, Enjoy the Digital Sound
Screen 5 Can Seat up to 154, Enjoy the Digital Sound
Screen 6 Can Seat up to 64, Enjoy the Digital Sound
Screen 7 Can Seat up to 165, Enjoy the Digital Sound
Screen 8 Can Seat up to 187, Enjoy the DTS Sound
Tinseltoes I find if you remove the dash from the address usally does the trick. try 16306 Jamaica Avenue,Jamaica, NY 11432 insted of163-06 Jamaica Avenue,Jamaica, NY 11432.
A great experence. Better than other restaurants food, A great bar. They have a show case of Vhs boxes of B movies . who know ih the play them at midnight
Was this theater was known as th the Byransten west during the booking of Andy Warhol’s Frankenstien
Holt’s theaters had this theater before Holiday
The Post Office took over the space of the theater.
Thi Theat is now owned by Regal Cinemas. Consolidated Theatres sold it to Regal
Ross. you made my week.
Why closed the theater before you sign a redevelopment deal?
This theater is open