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This is now owned by Premiere cinemas and open as of January 2009
The CinÃ©ma St. Leonard is now closed after 29 years.
I guess it was closed for the holidays.
Is this closed? the website is closed and showtimes are nowhere to be seen online.
Is this closed?
Fandango says it’s closed View link
No showtimes online as of Late December, 2008. Is this cinema closed?
Showtimes for this theatre are not online. It is closed?
This theatre has no showtimes online as of December, 2008. It is still open or closed?
No showtimes online for this theatre as of December 21, 2008. Is this still open?
This cinema has reopened in December, 2008 as Colleyville Cinema Grille
Grand opening ad at View link and website at http://www.colleyvillecinema.com/
No showtimes anywhere, is this closed?
4-page article from the September, 1957 issue of popular science can be had at View link
Picture at View link
Landmark cinemas is not affilated with the Landmark theatres chain in the USA.
I have found the grand opening announcement with a picture of the theatre on July 19th, 1966 at
Lost Memory, Salle Doree and Red Room are the names of the two cinemas inside the Dorval Theatre.
I have found some vintage pictures of this cinema and posted then at Page 6 of View link
Lost Memory I finally found the grand opening ad for the Alouette, it was billed as “Le nouveau cinÃ©ma franÃ§ais de distinction” at View link .
The demolation has has completed.
Lost Memory, I took these photos late in October, see then at http://flickr.com/photos/30943004@N00/3032690646/ and View link
This theatre was booked by Brandt Theatres of New York City
Aerial photo at View link
Famous Players was involved in bowling alleys, Cable-TV systems and owned a TV station in Quebec City. The Cable-TV systems ended up with what is now Rogers.
Since April 2007 this theatre is known as CinÃ©ma Banque Scotia. the sign finally went up in October, 2008. I have posted a gallery of pictures at View link
Lost Memory, The Le Spectrum has been demolished to make room for a Best Buy and a office tower (read: parking lot)
article in French
Miss Melba Toast, UA had many indoor-outdoor drive-ins-cinemas in the NYC area. They were marketed as “all-weather drive-in”. All are now closed now.
This was opened by AMC in 1988 with six cinemas.
The IMAX was installed in 2005, it was not enough to save it from the nearby Hollywood Stadium 12