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There is not one photo on the photo page of this theatre that was submitted by me. All photos on the photo page were contributed by other members of CT. As far a linging to a photo that is not an infringement of copy right. Flickr is an open site to anyone. They can go to your photo page an view the photos. If you don’t want the general public viewing your photos set that up with flickr.
All the photos on the photo page for this theatre were taken by member of Cinema Treasures. Linking to a photo is not an infringement on the copy right. If that was so then the photos should not be displayed on a public site like Flickr. Any one can go to flickr and see the photos.
raysson, this isn’t the first theatre in the Trialgle to have a large format screen. Regal’s Crossroad Stadium 20 has an IMAX screen.
raysson, are you sure they had digital projection when they opening in 1999?
Crusadercat, that would have been the Plaza Theatre and it is listed on Cinema Treasures. link
raysson, I didn’t quetion when it opened, that is listed in the opening intro. You said they were palying Art and Bollywood but according to their website they are playing mainstream motion pictures.
From the looks of the Hybrid photo it looks like it could reopen tomorrow.
I can understand missing it, the marquee has been removed and to get to the theatre you had to go down the long arcade to get to the theatre itself.
Mike, in a small town with a population of around 10,000 advertising in the local paper is really all that is needed.
Opened January 26, 2007.
This theatre opened on January 27, 2007.
Opened on Janary 28, 2011 by Starplex Theatres.
The last operators of the Lackland Drive-In were Gulf States Theatre and finally Santikos Theatres.
The final operators of the Fred Road was Stanley Warner Theatres.
Should have AKA’s of Bluebonnet Drive-In & El Capitan Drive-In.
Tis is listed as the West River Centre on the Dipson website. website
According to their website their last production was on July 4, 2012. That would mean they weren’t open for the biggest part of the summer either.
Very similar to the Comet Theatre marquee sign in St. Louis, instead of a star it was a comet. Flashing neon on ther Comet trail.
matt54 do you know what year the name was changed. In my book it simply says the Ronile Theatre was in operation in 1939. It don’t even mention the Knox Street Theatre.
Any idea who the original operators for this theatre was, Destiny didn’t come into existance until 2011. During the 1990’s the is theatre was called the Cinema Tri-Plex. From the looks of the building it looks as though it was originally a single screen theatre.
John, was this built as a three screen or a single screen converted to the three?
Ron, when you look at the hybrid there is noting there. It is all leveled. The only thing standing is the Post Office.
raysson, I had not question about the IMAX.
stormdog, was you able to see if they have done anything to the Arcade Theatre which is right next door to the Columbia?