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This idea could work if you did that during the day when most of the seniors came to watch old time things they remember. But also remember that they don’t buy concessions. You would be better to get a small digital projector (the kind you get at Best Buy, and yes the throw would be good under 200 feet) and show them on DVD, saves you power costs and build up time. But after your afternoon run of this you would than have to show movies to make up your cost and bring up your numbers. If you can do this it would great i would love to see it, but the probability of this working is rare.
The classic film series at Edgewater is public domain films, meaning stuff your not gonna wanna see, unless you like the no name films from the 30’s, 40’s, 50’s and maybe 60’s. Something once in a while is good, but most of the time it’s not worth it.
Where are you looking?
The more seats the better, no one in the movie theater business every said they wish they had fewer seats. You are better to buy a old movie house. Where are you looking to buy? I know of a few theaters that are perfect for that. Also remember that you don’t want to go too new with your movies.
Where is this theater at? I know of some investors who might want to open it up.
What do you need? E-mail me at
Is there an e-mail address of which i could send my resume to?