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April 6th, 2001 grand opening ad in photo section.
Place Ville Marie is an large office complex with a large shopping concourse like the TD Center in Toronto.
June 9th, 1972 grand opening ad in photo section.
Listed as a cinema from June 13th, 1973-1982, April 21st, 1995-1993.
1973 and 1995 grand opening ads in photo section.
This opened on the same day as the Park Hills Cinemas on May 28th, 1976. Grand opening for both in photo section.
This cinema and the Park Hills Cinemas both opened on May 28th, 1976. Shared grand opening ad in photo section.
It shown up in the newspaper listings 1922-1955.
August 2nd, 1996 grand opening ad in the photo section. It had two THX auditoriums when it opened.
April 23rd, 1948 grand opening ad in photo section.
October 3rd, 1950 grand opening as Little Art in photo section. It closed in 1952.
September 2nd, 1923 grand opening ad in photo section.
September 4th, 1949 reopening as Paramount also uploaded in the photo section.
October 11th, 1920 grand opening ad as Capitol also in the photo section.
November 20th, 1949 grand opening ad in the photo section.
July 17th, 1955 grand opening ad in photo section.
and it was owned by Comerford Theatres. RCA had a record pressing plant in town.
photo in photo section
This opened in July, 2006.
this has been renamed Harrisburg Mall Stadium 14 in 2012.
http://westshoretheatre.com/ is selling Japanese beauty products. old website with audio at https://web.archive.org/web/20040210000612/http://www.westshoretheatre.com/
Sold to Carmike Cinemas
Did this closed down? Heard that most military cinemas closed down in areas that has English speaking cinemas.
Opened in the late 1980’s by R/C theatres and taken over by 2005 by Regal. Opened as Carlisle Cinema 8 and renamed Carlisle Commons Stadium 8 in 2012.
This was at 216 S. Queen
April 21st, 2006 grand opening ad in photo section. It opened two weeks before Frank’s new cinema complex.