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This cinema opened with the mall in 1970. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Six_Flags_Mall
This theatre look like it is still active. http://www.ridgleatheater.com/index.php
1849 village does not map on google.
This was at I-30 and what?
Google missed it shot. It is at View link
I had a look at the aerial photo. I see work for the fifth and 6th screens. picture at View link
Radio ad is at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ObUIc40Eh-k
October 4th, 1949 grand opening ad is at View link
This opened on May 20th, 1970. grand opening ad with picture is at View link
They were selling franchises in LIFE. View link
The mall opened on August 4th, 2000. I sure the theatre opened on that date.
My Dallas county document is at http://movie-theatre.org/usa/tx/dallas/dfw.htm Fort Worth and other suburbs coming soon.
Google missed its shot. Streetview is at View link
This opened on June 4th, 1948
Grand opening ad from February 27th, 1964 is at View link . This is the first General Cinema theatre in the DFW area.
This is the 5th largest cinema by # of seats on Cinema Treasures.
It is. It opened as AMC Mesquite 30 in March, 1998. The Film-Tech website got the name wrong. It has the same design as the AMC Studio 30 in Houston.
Quote: “The most recent AMC Godzillaplex in town”
promo website at http://www.clearviewhoboken.com/
LI movies: View link
Click on the states link for new york. Auburn, Dunkirk, Geneva, Hudson, Massena. all out of the NYC region.
I sure that someone else will reopen thin in weeks. It may give Carmike to increase thier New York holdings (They have one in Olean)
I have checked the Dallas Morning News online archives year by year 1950-1978 and find that it closed in 1963. I will upload the document in early November for the DFW area to my movie-theatre.org website.
December 25th, 1967 opening ad is at View link
April 7th, 1950 grand opening ad is at View link
March 22nd, 1949 opening ad is at View link
Ad is at View link
This was an United Artists