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December 3rd, 1937 grand opening ad in photo section. It opened on the next day.
October 30th, 1889 grand opening ad in photo section.
This opened on May 19th, 1999. Its grand opening ad can be found in the photo section for this cinema.
May 24th, 1949 first ad in photo section.
This opened on July 15th, 1936. Grand opening ad in photo section.
reopened as Little on October 11th, 1935. Grand opening also in the photo section.
June 27th, 1919 grand opening ad as Princess in photo section.
to be renamed Scotiabank Cinemas this fall.
You are right. http://www.stockhouse.com/news/press-releases/2016/06/02/cineplex-rebrands-cinemas-in-ottawa-and-winnipeg-as-scotiabank-theatres
This is to become Scotiabank Cinemas this fall
December 8th, 2000 grand opening ad in photo section.
Grand opening ad in photo section.
May 21st, 2004 grand opening ad in photo section.
This opened on May 3rd, 2002. Its grand opening ad can be found in the photo section.
Correction: March 28th, 1997
March 28th, 1997 grand opening ad in photo section.
10 screens in March 13th, 1992.
This was opened by Cobb Theatres on June 28th, 1991 with 10 screens. Sold to Regal in 1997 and bought back by Cobb in 2002 who closed it. It was to be reopened by James Duffy in 2007 but never happened. It was taken over by Phoenix theatres on July 1st, 2009 who closed it on September 5th, 2013.
1991 grand opening ad in photo section.
1989 article: https://www.newspapers.com/clip/5434871/the_birth_of_regal_cinemas/
This opened before 1968 as Town Cinema. Owned in 1970 by Orange State Theatres, Inc and in 1975 by Hallmark Releasing. 2 screens in 1978. In December 1989, This became the first Regal Cinema location as Mike Campbell buys it and names it Searstown Cinema. Expanded to 7 screens on May 18th, 1990.
June 13th, 1986 grand opening ad in photo section.
June 27th, 1986 grand opening ad for 7-12 in photo section. Screens 1-6 opened on October 23rd, 1970.
May 18th, 1984 grand opening ad as a 8-plex in photo section.
December 24th, 1978 grand opening ad as a 5-plex in photo section. It opened as a single-screen theatre in 1963.
jhuss1256, The NASA theatre opened at Babock Av. & NASA Boulevard on January 9th, 1970 by Kent theatres. I have the ad.