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Originally opened in 1998 by Kerasotes.
The Victory Theatre is listed on this site.
raysson, why not list it then?
raysson, why not list it if it is not listed already?
Opened 15, November, 1934. Opening attraction was “Here Comes The Navy”
The Broadway Theatre was flooded in the flood of 1913.
If it was a legit theatre and didn’t show movies how could it be a Cinema Treasure?
On June 8, 1929 the Lyric was playing Tom Tyler in the “Cherokee Kid” while the America was featuring a two reel all talkie comedy with Laurel & Hardy in “Accustomed As We Are”. These were the only two theatress in Fort Collins at that time.
I don’t know what the rivest site is, but display ads for the Sunset Drive-In in the Coloradoan list the Sunset Drive-in at 1800 Matthews. And yes Fort Collins did have a third drive-in listed in the display ads.
Will my comment disappear? Why make comments if they are going to disappera into someone elses and your comment disappears? Is everything at someone elses disgression as to the comments remaining on the page?
Address is 202 1st St.
I believe the address your listing if for the Foothills Drive-In, the same as the map you have posted. The Sunset was located three blocks off of 287 on Matthews which is now Spring Creek Park.
Now the home of the Vanguard Church.
The Isis Theatre opened in 1931 and at that time it had 375 seats.
On their website this is listed just as the Gold Hill Theatres. website
The Ramona opened in 1941, prior to that there was a portable theatre called the Victory in Kremmling, CO.
The Chief Theatre is now a performing arts center. website
The Bell opened in 1960.
Listed as open in 1930 and could hold 550. It was last operated by Mann Theatres and was open into the mid 1980’s. The building is now used for retail.
This drive-in didn’t open until 1957.
This drive-in opened in 1952.
This theatre is fully digital with 2S and 3D.
Opened as the Fox Theatre by Fox Intermountain Theatres in Sept. of 1962. Opened as a single screen. Should have an aka Fox Theatre.
The address should be 2525 Worthington Ave. and the theatre is operated by AMC. It is listed as the AMC Cinema Saver 6 on their website.
What happened to my comments with the new name and who operated this theatre now and the correct street name?