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No showtimes anywhere online as of October 2007. Is this cinema closed?
This cinema was opened by AMC in the late 1970’s.
This theatre was sold to Dickinson theatres in 2006 to pay for the expansion of the Fremont cinemas.
I also noticed that all the English language movies moved to Place Charest from Ste Foy 14. In the early 1990’s all the English movies were at Place Quebec and CinÃ©ma de paris.
This theatre opened on Friday, January 16, 1970
You can find the ad in the Jefferson City Daily Capitol News on page 2
The opening slogan was 4-in-one fun.
This theatre opened on October 2nd, 1968
an small ad is here http://movie-theatre.org/usa/ca/la/pasadena.pdf
what about Cinema Cartier or Le clap in Ste Foy.
Its a shame that a third of the screens disappered this year in the QC area.
Are you working at Place Charest 8?
This was one of the typical Cineplex Odeon “Jewelbox” theatre built in the late 1980’s.
Typical Cineplex Odeon carpet, the same carpet is used in the MontrÃ©al area’s Langelier 6 (now Guzzo) and Cote des Neiges 7 (now Foutune)
I have uploaded parts of 1945 (showing theatres) at my website at www.movie-theatre.org/1year/1945.zip It weights in at 45 MB
other years on request
The Paramount Montreal sign started to come down on April 24
The theatre is being renamed CinÃ©ma Banque Scotia.
This theatre has closed today. It was the 3rd theatre to be closed by the Cinemas Fortune circuit. It was playing second-run movies in the last year.
More info on this cinema on page 4 of
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a picture can be found here at View link
This cinema opened in 2004
View link show the center of the theatre. The Cineplex Odeon14 is on the top left.
This theatre was built on the site of this drive-in at /theaters/7487/
Boston Globe Archives reports:
* Summer 1982: opened, the theatre had the top selling engagement for “The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas"
* April 4, 1999 the Boston Globe reports that a new 20 screen complex to replace the 14-plex will be built over 1999-2000. It will have 4,515 seats
* 2000 20-plex completed, old theatre demolished
Jimpiscitelli, Cinema Treasures the last i heard is this website…
Catherine DiM, That website at http://www.villagetheaters.com/ is for an circuit in Southern California. not Chicagoland.
Picture ia here
Drive-Ins.com has the theatre catalogs uploaded. The Cinema can be found in the 1953-1954 edition starting with Page 30.
It was never seen in Canadian theatres as the biggest chain, Famous Players had an pay-tv system called International Telemeter. It was in use 1959-1966 in the Minco bay area of Toronto. This system eventully became Rogers.
Picture of the theatre can be seen at
has an picture of the theatre.
There is still an CinÃ©ma Paramount in Rouyn-Norada,QC and an Paramount 3 in Amhurst NS. These were built by Famous Players in the late 1940’s. Also the Paramount in Montreal will be renamed CinÃ©mas Banque Scotia. Theatres in Edmonton SilverCity ?, Paramount in Calgary and Vancouver.
Schmadrian, The Forum has been renamed Pepsi Forum (The AMC cinema inside serves Coke.)