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AMC owned this cinema.
Grand opening ad is at View link
I Think they both opened on the same day. It was on Northwest and Hillcrest.
November 21st, 1941 grand opening as Telenews is at View link
October 30th, 1969 grand opening ad is at View link
This was renamed Lido in 1965 and started to show adult films.
The Grand opening section can be seen at View link
This opened on June 6th, 1969 and the grand opening ad with a picture of the theatre is at View link In 1975 it became Studio 3
This opened on July 1st, 1949 with the Hi-Vue Drive-In. ad at View link
The grand opening ads for the Hi-Vue Drive-In and Kaufman Drive-In from July 1st, 1949 can be found at View link
An 1977 ad for this theatre had it at 6102 Maple.
This is in Grapevine, TX, not Dallas.
K Blanco, according to Wikipedia, this mall opened in 1982 and Waterworld is an mid 1990’s movie. I think it closed in 2000
Thanks, The old books listed it as 2100 Storey St. address got changed when the interstate was built.
Google missed it shot, the Street view of the theatre is at View link
This theatre started to place ads in the Morning News starting in 1971.
Shared grand opening with the NW Hwy Drive-In at View link
I also have the grand opening ad from May 1st, 1968 as UA CinÃ© 150 at View link . They claimed that this was the first 8-channel stereophonic theatre in the world. This theatre was at 5540 Yale accord to the ad.
Pictures of the lobby of this theatre is at http://cinerama.topcities.com/150dallas.htm
An overexposed photo of the cinema can be found at my Montreal document on page four at View link
and View link
This opened in 1970.
This was renamed Guild in 1968 and shown adult movies, it was billed as Home of the finest adult entertainment world.
ad at View link
This cinema, The Northpark Cinema I & II opened on September 22nd, 1965 and the grand opening announcement is at View link
Grand opening ad at View link
Lost Memory, They wasted no time gutting this cinema for more retail space.
Nice find, Elissa, I guess that AMC across the street scared than away. Peter, Star Wars did not open here, it opened at Place Victoria, Place Bonaventure, Cote Des Neiges (both screens), CP Chateauguay and CP St. Eustache. Star Wars played its 1997 reissue here. The cinema I downstairs had 70mm.