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This opened on May 27th, 1966. The grand opening ad has been uploaded here.
Uploaded the December 25th, 1965 grand opening ad in the photo section for this cinema.
Grand opening ad uploaded in the photo section as well as an aerial of the building.
October 19th, 1990 grand opening ad uploaded in the photo section for this cinema.
1912 grand opening ad uploaded in the photo section of this theatre.
April 1st, 1968 grand opening ad uploaded.
Cinema 9 is a common name, There one in Rock Forest and Gatineau, both in Quebec and both with nine screens.
There was a full page article in the NY Times from December 13th, 1991.
“Plants are wilted, floor is a bed of spilled popcorn” Admission $6.50, Medium popcorn $2.75
October 12th, 1961 opening ad uploaded in the photo section for this theatre.
Aerial photo uploaded showing the separate parking area for the indoor theatre.
Opened on December 25th, 1946.
2 screens on May 24th, 1974. It had shown Deep Throat on September 28th, 1972.
Opening date: July 17th, 1987.
Trenton area grand openings are at http://sdrv.ms/1czjwIR
This opened on April 18th, 1973 and twinned, opening along with the Fairless Hills on November 12th, 1976. Listings stopped in 1989. ads and pic posted here.
This also opened in May, 1999. Must had lost the war with the AMC Hamilton 24.
opened in May 1999.
Opened on December 18th, 1997.
It opened as a Regal and taken over by National Amusements – Showcase Cinemas in 2002.
More details at http://mariobcinema.unblog.fr/
* October 6th, 1913 opened as Gaiety
* 1931 opened as Rialto by Famous Players (United Amusements)
* 1963 renamed Le Baronet as it is taken over by by Rafaele Papalia’s father. They are the founder of Cine-Enterprise
* 1972 renamed Midi-Minuit as it is taken over by Cinema Investments and switched to adult movies.
* 1976 renamed Lumière
* 1978 closed
* 1979 reopened as Midi-Minuit and closed later in the year
* 1984-1985 reopened as Centre
* 1995-1996 opened as Ciné-Club des Forges
* 1996-2006 became an concert hall called Le Maquisart
Uploaded the grand opening ads on June 17th, 1972 and the 9-plex opening ad from 1995. On August 23rd, 1975 it was renamed Pussycat and shown adult movies. It reverted back to Fleur de Lys only a few months later.
Uploaded the grand opening ad for Midi-Minuit from November 25th, 1972. It promoted “Best films from Montreal” (which also had an Midi-Minuit.)
TeeCee and Lost Memory site moved to http://movie-theatre.org/usa/nj/readnorthern
Uploaded 1953 aerial of the drive-in. It looks like it was under construction.
This opened on July 10th, 1963.