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This theater close a few months after N/A Bridge (now Rave) opened . There are a block away from each other
Im trying to remebber was this theater a Mann property
It was the Belair Theater ,operated by B.S. Moss
Make a new listing with your memories
It seems that Pittsburgh is a dead market.
I think these theater is is closed . Not on AMC website
Change status as open
The the 10 plex was a seperate location than the 16 plex. the 16 screen is north of Rt. 84 atthe new Galleria mall . The older theater was south of 84 still stands for retail
A grat monden cinema. Excellant presantation. the have 2 consession stations opposite of each other .In the bigger theaters the entrance is at front of the theater insted of entering from the back and walk down the ailies to the staduam seating … The front of the theater has the look of a NYC townhouse , with the marquee in the middle
I hope the print they showtimes tomorrow . Im planning to attend this weekend
Anybody knows if anybody took over operations
Accoording to their website the theater is closed
I beleive that Lowes operated this theater in the ‘80s
You are right tinseltoes. I had to recall my memories of youth
The Colony operated under the Brant’s banner
On a sunday I went to an 10:00AM morning discount showing to a movie the mall did open till 10AM from the parking area . At least I miss those dumb commercials when I finally enter the theater.
Cheak the theater’s website and I think this company is insolventIncluding its theater in Texas
`I think business will be same as usual,Rave will honor NA gift cards and other programs till early next year.
The showtimes are stiil on NA website too , I think the change of names shoul be complete by spring of next year
Was this ever a Womecto theater?
How old are you Justin
yes It was under the AMC Lowes banner but it was under the cineplax oseaon brand
I think most of the inteiror is still intect .The triplexing was done with minimun costs. The ceiling is glorious to to behold
There was a Mann’s National twin In NYC Times Square