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As of late 2012, only 17 screens are open.
11 names for this theatre. that is a lot.
This opened in mid 2013.
Official website: http://www.garricktheatre.ca/
This now has digital projection.
This opened as Passe-Temps in 1926 and renamed Montréal in 1969.
This has been reopened by CinéStarz in 2013.
There is an exact clone of this theatre in Ste. Foy,QC.
Also of note, Edmonton also had an “Studio 82” cinema.
Sold to Landmark Cinemas in 2013.
This changed owners again, this time to Landmark Cinemas as Empire sold all of its theatres.
The landlord locked out Cineplex on July 19th, 2001 over non-payment of rent.
The Cine-Centre circuit also operate cinemas in Sept-Iles and Baie-Comeau, both in Eastern Quebec.
This is to be part of the Cineplex Entertainment chain since Empire wants out of the theatre business to pay for the Safeways out west.
This will be part of the Cineplex Entertainment chain late 2013.
I uploaded an grand opening ad from July 25th, 1991 for the opening the next day. Someone else uploaded another ad also saying grand opening on November 27th.
This how has 18 screens.
This is the tallest cinema in the world
says it has now 16 screens.
Many of these cinemas were built in the USA, most are now gone.
Looks like the American Multiplex cinemas in Suburban Washington D.C. (now closed)
Google lists the premium screens as Hoyts Cinema Paris, Fox Studios
Hoyts' website says it has 12 mainstream, one IMAX and four La Premiere screens for a total of 17 screens.
opening ad at http://news.google.com/newspapers?id=h_hjAAAAIBAJ&sjid=WeYDAAAAIBAJ&pg=5520%2C2186251
not much of a ad.
better quality photo uploaded here.
Church looks too modern to be built around 1915.