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What is there now???
pylon is up as of last week ..looks like it did years ago…good shape!
They were from AIT…Cathy and I cant remember the other sisters name. When the theater closed they both went to work in the dm office for Almi century. (might have been RKO CENTURY WARNER BY THEN) There reputation as managers of this theater was stella. I have never been in this theater.
all upstate..thanks for the link
What theaters do they have in NEW YORK?
Rare 35 mm print of “FUNNY GIRL” to play at Charleston’s Luxury theater!
The Terrace hippodrome is proud to announce a special 5 day showing of the 1968 classic “FUNNY GIRL” . Barbra Streisand stars in one of the last great musicals of its time. Funny Girl will open this Friday October 23 rd and play till Tuesday October 27 th. The Terrace Hippodrome Wide screen is Charleston premiere movie venue with 450 BMW leather seats and true digital sound. The Hippodrome boast South Carolinas largest movie screen.. Tickets may be purchased at the Hippodrome box office or by phone 724-9132. The Hippodrome is located downtown Charleston next to the South Carolina Aquarium.
balls to charge…lol
mini max or lie max (i like that name) is a joke and the palls to charge $15.00 for 3d
OUR SPEAKERS ARE BEHIND THE SCREEN AND 2 LARGE REAR CORNER SURROUND SPEAKERS HANGE. We run a 7,000 watt bulb for our screen .75 X35 with anti freeze coolant for the trap.
NEVER GET AWAY WITH THOSE COLORS BY US…….LOL
JON LIBOT——-I could not disagree more. I own one of those 75 ft screen theaters and the picture is amazing. Sharp like digital with out the projector. This industry was founded on giant screens and in the 80s they went the way of the newspaper. There is one thing I do agree on the picture should only by large in the width . When the height of the screen goes beyond 35 ft the eye can not take the whole picture in.
2 platters left
2 with readers $1,250.00 ea
We have 2 cp 65 for sale….
owned by regal
There owned by Regal
VERY VERY RUN DOWN AND CHEAP PRICED THEATER…Does ok !
NEEDS NAME AND SCREEN COUNT CHANGED!
firm on price.
We have a Christe digital projector for DVDs that cost $90,000.00 dollars ( no joke)…That being said you can not run a theater on that ..You must have 35 mm or “real' digital.
I just put in a high gain 1.8 screen …74 ft and it cost $20,000.00
Just framed a pen and ink drawing of the GREENPORT THEATER I bought in 1989 .It took 20 years but it looks great. lol
There will never be a 70 mm movie made again..Just wont happen.Not saying its correct but facts are facts.
Imax has ruined there brand with mini max …….