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Was this theater was known as th the Byransten west during the booking of Andy Warhol’s Frankenstien
Holt’s theaters had this theater before Holiday
The Post Office took over the space of the theater.
Thi Theat is now owned by Regal Cinemas. Consolidated Theatres sold it to Regal
Ross. you made my week.
Why closed the theater before you sign a redevelopment deal?
This theater is open
typo of previous post I ment the showcase of art houseand foreign films
This is Great news . About 25 years ago I took part of a tour ,it was a remarkable expeirence
I beleive this theater first opened as a Cineplex Odeon
I checked the theater website . there are no showtimes listed
typo …. remember
I was there over the weekend .Iwas in one of the Cinema stuites . Overall its a good value for your money. The manue it alot like TGIF . there a nive size bar whgre the consession use to be. The seat are leather lazy boy reclinders .Only drawback is that you are interupted when the server brings you your check towards the end on the movie. Just remer if you go to a Cinema Suites theaters , go on an empty stomach
Here is a short ditty about one of the Ridgewood protecters
Thanks John so much for customer service
The twin was split in the middle right down the refreshment stand. Each theater had its own restroom . The box office had 2 separate turnstyle for each theater
What does the R stand for,
Sorry to report the theater is now closed , sad sign of the times. Here is a article about the closing.
The theater was a moneyloser for the clearview , high rent to boot
CORRECTION my last post is untrue I heard the news through a second hand (maybe a 3rd hand) unrelible source in witch I find out it was wrong . I am ripping up my Jimmy Olsen Cub reporter card
Bow Tie cinemas
This is the theater website
there was some interest of a major chain interested in saving this theater but the damages was too cost prohited
what a great story techman