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That right, In the Cortez Plaza EAST. It opened as Jerry Lewis Twin Cinema on Christmas day, 1971 and renamed in 1973 when the Jerry Lewis franchise fell apart.
This opened on August 11th, 2000, the same day that Carmike declared bankruptcy. I uploaded its grand opening ad to this cinema’s photo page.
This opened from 1947-1988.
Grand opening ad from November 19th, 1948 has been posted in the photo section for this cinema.
Scan the pieces and than use this from Microsoft
The software will create one large image out of the pieces.
I done this for many other ads.
This opened on December 23rd, 1950. The grand opening ad has been posted here. It had shown adult movies 1974 until it closed in 1985.
June 11th, 1971 grand opening ad has been posted here.
January 9th, 1927 grand opening ad has been posted here.
Admission was $1.50-$2.00 ($18-$25) in today’s money. Palm Beach was an really expensive town at the time.
Look like it closed again as of November 20th, 2011.
I posted an grand opening ad from March 5th, 1982.
This opened on November 4th, 1988. Its grand opening ad has been posted here.
I also uploaded the grand opening ad here.
6-Plex photo and grand opening ad has been posted here.
I posted the grand opening ad in the photo section for this cinema.
I uploaded the first ad in this theatre’s photo section from September 23rd, 1925.
I posted the January 2nd, 1950 grand opening ad here.
I uploaded the grand opening ad from July 25th, 1986 in this theatre’s photo page.
This opened on June 8th, 1966. I posted the grand opening ad here.
December 18th, 1953 grand opening ad had been posted here.
I posted the grand opening ad in the photo section for this theatre.
Found the grand opening ad for the Loews from December 20th, 1968. It opened the same day as the Trans-Lux in Clearwater.
Picture and grand opening ads has been uploaded here.
This is now with Sapphire Motion Pictures
TAMPA – The theater has been targeted for closing for some time, a Regal executive said.
The curtain is closing on Regal Hollywood 20, one of the first mega-plexes to take root in a burgeoning area of Lutz.
The glitzy cinema-plex, in the Northgate Square shopping plaza at Van Dyke Road and Dale Mabry Highway, will turn off the lights for good Dec. 10.
Richard Westerling, Regal Cinema Inc.’s senior vice president for marketing, said the Regal Hollywood 20 was in “an underperforming location.”
It has been targeted for closing for some time, he said, as the corporation evaluates its properties for profitability. In June 1999, the company closed its Northdale Court 6 cinema on North Dale Mabry Highway.
Regal isn’t the only theater chain fallen on hard times. In August, Carmike Cinemas filed for bankruptcy and closed Main Street 6 on North Dale Mabry Highway in Carrollwood.
Regal Cinemas, based in Knoxville, Tenn., operates seven cinema complexes in the Tampa Bay area, including the Regal Citrus Park 20 at Citrus Park Town Center, which opened last year. There are no immediate plans to close other locations, Westerling said.
As for the employees of Regal Hollywood 20, he said it is corporate tradition to offer them jobs at other Regal cinemas.
Regal also will operate a 10-screen movie theater and Imax at the Channelside entertainment-retail complex along the Tampa waterfront. That project was slated for 15 screens but was scaled back to 10 screens. Its opening has been postponed several times; the new target is mid-January.
Regal Hollywood 20, open since October 1997, is in a stand-alone building on the west side of the shopping plaza.
I uploaded the grand opening ad in this theatre’s photo section.