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The last movie that will open at the AMC Paramus Route 4 10 Theatre will be: Shrek The Third.
What I’ve heard is that the new AMC Garden State Plaza 16 Theatre will be 100% digital when it opens next month, and replacing the AMC Loews (RKO Century Warner/RKO Stanley Warner/Stanley Warner’s) Paramus Route 4 10 Theatre.
Also, the GM of the AMC Garden State Plaza 16 Theatre was last at the AMC Neshaminy 24 Theatre.
The Fox Levittown Theatre closed in the late 1980’s as Eric I-95 Twin Theatre. i am guessing Steve & Remmy Fox sold their theatre to Merton Shapiro shortly before Mr. Shapiro sold his entire Sameric Theatres chain to United Artists Theatre Circuit inc.
The Columbia Drive-In was originally operated and/or owned by the Doylestown based Budco Theatres, who also operated the 309 Cinema and Drive-in (in Springhouse), the Doylestown Barn Cinema (in Doylestown), the Goldman Theatre (in Philadelphia) (since it’s 1972 acquision of William Goldman Theatres), and the Cinema I Springfield (in Springfield), amung its theatres and Drive-Ins.
REG Grant Plaza 9 Theatre opened in 1994-95 by United Artists Theatres.
The design of this theatre is the same as how REG Oxford Valley Stadium 14 was when it opened in 1992-93 as United Artists Oxford Valley 10 Theatre.
As of 3/30/2007, the Ritz Theatres in Center City Philadelphia (Ritz 5, Ritz Bourse, and Ritz East) are now offically owned by Landmark Theatres
I remember seeing “Return Of The Jedi” at the long-gone General Cinema Northeast 4 Theatre, in Philadelphia. This theatre opened as General Cinema’s Cinema I & II in the late 1950’s-early 1960’s.
Lostharvestmovie, the Chuck e Cheese is still at the Northeast (Korvette’s) Shopping center. the former GCC Northeast 4 (Cinema I & II) Theatre is being conveted into a Social Security center
The digital projector will be installed tomorrow, 3/21/2007, and will be in operation on 3/22/2007. The first movie to be showned at AMC Nesahminy 24 is digital is Paramount Pictures' “Zodiac”
In Philadelphia, PA, the Fox Theatre, located on the SW corner of 16th and Market Street, was originally owned by The Stanley Company of America (AKA Stanley Warner Theatres), until the late 1940’s, when National Theatres, and then Milgram Theatres Co. acquired this theatre. This Fox Theatre closed in 1980.
The building design for this Fox Theatre is the exact same design as the Loew’s State Theatre/State Twin Theatre in NYC.
There were also two Fox Theatres that Milgram Theatres built and operated that were outside Philadelphia. They were: the Fox Willingboro Theatre and the Fox Levittown Theatre. The Fox Levittown Theatre was located on Lincoln Highway (Business US Route 1), in what is now called Langhorne Square Shopping Center. This theatre closed in the late 1980’s as United Artists-Eric I-95 Twin Theatre, and was replaced by a Chuck E. Cheese Pizzeria. The Fox Willingboro Theatre was located on NJ Route 130.
AMC Neshaminy used the Digital slide projector for the live showing of “The Magic Flute”. This was shown in House #12, which seats 207.
So far, the only seat count I was able to get from the AMC pleasure Island 24 was 188 seats in House #22.
Correction on original Theatre numbers: current House #24 was Original house #2, and current House #23 was original House #1
What I’ve heard is the AMC Orleans 8 is not closing any time soon.
The name of the theatre chain that was started by Stanley and Jules Mastbaum was not called “Mastbaum', but was called "The Stanley Company of America”. It was this chain that opened several theatres that were called “Stanley Theatre”: This one in was Utica, as welll as 2 theatres in Philadelphia that were called “Stanley Theatre”. The first one opened in 1910, and was renamed to “Stanton Theatre” in 1921, when the second “Stanley Theatre” opened.
Both of these Philadelphia theatres were closed by the sucessor chain to Stanley & Jules Mastbaum’s company, (in 1968 and 1970), that sucessor chain was RKO Stanley Warner (and after other mergers, was also known as RKO Century Warner, Cineplex Odeon, Loews Cineplex, and AMC Theatres)
The AMC Hamilton 24’s set up is different from the AMC Neshaminy 24. The big 4 theatres at AMC Hamilton 24 (Houses 11 to 140 are in the middle of the complex, which is typical AMC megaplex setups. AMC Neshaminy 24’s big 4 theatres are at the entrance to the complex.
The Dark Red/burgundy is the top color of the big 4 houses (1, 2, 23, 24)
AMC is not tied to Moviefone. AMC, along with National Amusements, owns Movie Tickets.com,
The reason AMC did not put any money into the E-Walk 13 is because they knew they have to sell the theatre, as mandated by the Department of Justice.
I always assume this theatre was a 5 plex, as the newspaper had it listed. This theatre also was operated by Budco Theatres, who also operated the Doylestown Barn Cinema Theatre (aka AMC Barn 5 Theatre), the Plymouth Cinema Theatre, and the 309 Cinema Theatre (aka AMC 309 Cinema 9 Theatre), to name a few
Does anyone know the seat count for the AMC Loews (former Sony) Freehold 14 Theatre?
A view of the 309 Cinema 9
The AMC Premiere Twin was closed 5 years before AMC Neshaminy 24 even was built.
This theatre was opened by Ramon Posel, owner of the Leo Mall Twin Theatre, Premiere Twin Theatre, Ritz 5 Theatre, Ritz 4 At The Bourse Theatre, and Ritz East Twin Theatre before selling this theatre, along with the leo and the premiere to AMC in early 1980.
It seems that Amboy is not the only Multiplex Cinemas to be closed. Now it seems that the All jersey Multiplex Cinemas (The former Redstone’s Newark Drive-In) is now closed.
From what the picture of their concession stand look like, it has the old Loews Theatres “Lights” logo on the stand’s front. The seats are definitely AMC “Stadium Seating” style seats