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Owned by Phil Chakeres in 1925.
The cinema’s lobby looked like the reception of the fancy law firms.
Aerial photo of the building uploaded here.
This is now closed.
Opening date: October 6th, 2006. Web ad uploaded in the photo section.
This opened in 2005
This opened as Spring Valley Cinemas in May 1980 with three cinemas and renamed Silver Screen VII on November 4th, 2011.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EAP9Q9OzLII has the grand opening ads.
Website still showing “Skyfall”
Aerial photo uploaded in the photo section.
Aerial photo of the building under Marquee management uploaded in the photo section for this cinema.
Grand opening ad from November 16th, 2011 had been uploaded in the photo section for this cinema.
I believe that this opened in 1997.
In 2007 Cineplex Entertainment bought out Cinema City and closed down this one keeping the ones in Edmonton and Winnipeg.
May be dated 1957, but i see it under construction. Must be around June 1956.
The December 24th, 1969 grand opening ad can be found in the photo section.
Did it had the same owners as the Allen theatre in Cleveland, Toronto and Montreal?
Grand opening ad as Jerry Lewis February 20th, 1972 has been uploaded in the photo section.
July 2nd, 1965 grand opening ad uploaded in the photo section
March 5th, 1974 grand opening ad as Oakwood Twin has been uploaded in the photo secton. It was renamed Lorain Twin in 1979 and closed 1993.
Listed in the paper 1924-1965.
December 21st, 1990 grand opening ad is now in the photo section.
Avon Lake 4 grand opening ad from December 22nd, 1978 is now in the photo section
Listed in the Plain Dealer 1972-1984
This opened on October 16th, 1974 and closed in 1977. Its grand opening ad has been uploaded in the photo section.