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Le Cinémas Place Québec ont été ouverts en 1974 par le United Theatres / Cinémas Unis (un partenaire Famous Players) au complexe commercial Place Québec sur le boulevard René-Lévesque au centre-ville de Québec. Ce théâtre à deux écrans, assis dans 298 Cinema One et 435 dans Cinéma Deux, pour un total de 721 sièges. Famous Players a repris ses activités en 1987 après l'absorption de la chaîne Cinémas Unis.
NGC theatres at this time were booked by Famous Players and sold off to Canadian Theatres of Calgary in 1973. Canadian theatres later bought Odeon in 1977 to become Canadian Odeon Theatres.
6 screens in 2013.
Grand opening ad from September 15th, 1977 has been uploaded here.
Still open, but their website is not right.
Plans for a new IMAX theatre carved out of two cinemas appeared to have halted. I uploaded an ad from November 1st, 2013.
Latest street and aerials show an empty site. I uploaded an aerial and older street-view photos.
November 25th, 1914 grand opening ad uploaded here.
Grand opening ad uploaded here.
Opened on July 9th, 1992.
Both grand opening ad uploaded here.
I uploaded the grand opening ad that raysson found here.
December 20th, 1968 grand opening ad uploaded here.
This opened in 2008 with 18 cinemas and six cinemas became the “GrandLuxe Theatres” in 2012. It is owned by Southern Theatres.
This opened on March 4th, 1970-1983.
Closed in 2011 and remained closed by the last time the Googlemobile passed it by.
Waiting for the time capsule to open at the end of 2016.
This theatre’s old marquee is almost the same as Cinémas Place Charest in Quebec City, another Cineplex Odeon theatre. It was changed later.
Carolina Cinemas took it over in 2008, but as of 2011, The Consolidated Theatres sign is still on its marquee.
That link, Joe, is for the Cinema (now Carmike 7) at 2150 Cherry Hill, not the one on 421 Rock Hill that opened at the end of 1970.
1963 photos uploaded.
Official website is at http://cinema9gatineau.ca/ It has an picture gallery of the cinema. Cineplex no longer books it.
This reopened as York Cinemas in 2013. Shows movies in Tamil and Hindi.
This was built on the site of the Starlight Drive-In.
Thats' Before 1935-After 1969. dates came from the International Film Almanac, which has loads of mistakes. Someone in town will have to check the old newspaper listings year by year.