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Opened with “Alexander’s Ragtime Band” and “California”.
The entire town was auctioned off, after the mine and town closed. The only remains now the roads and some concrete pads, now accessed from the Barkly Highway.
Opened with on screen 1 with “Harry and Walter go to New York”, screen 2 with “Murder by death”, screen 3 with “Drive-in”, and screen 4 with “The Bingo Long Traveling All-Stars & Motor Kings”.
Closed in 1984.
500 cars. Also has a restaurant, 3 softball diamonds, a playground, and a gymnasium.
Also Templeton Drive-in.
Opened with “Rio Lobo”.
Why the nane Sauerbeck?
6.30am or 6.30pm?
Odd name!! Why the name Yaquina?
This cinema may closed after the 2015/2016 season?
The 4 new screens have indoor and outdoor lounge seating areas, and new toilets and candy bar and ticket booth and modifications to the building facade.
Star Cinema only lasted a few years(i think?) before becoming part of New Oxford again(now Luna Leederville).
4 more screens were opened in late december 2017, up in recently closed down fish and tackle shop with 4 more screens adiing another combined 164 seats.
The movie “The Gods must be crazy” ran in this cinema for 3 years.
Opened onn22/8/1958 with “Don’t go near the water” and silk stockings". 600 cars.
This cinema should have been heritage listed!!
Opened with “Sitting pretty” and “Fighting man of the plains”.
400 cars. Site is now houses.
Why the name Yellow jacket?
Site is also a Mcdonalds restaurant.
Opened with a colour cartoon(not named), “The silent screamer” and “Paint your wagon”.
Opened on 4/5/1949 with “The fighting O'Flynn”. Closed in 1963. The screen caught fire while being demolished, due to a cutting torch being use to demolished the screen(sparks set the building under the screen tower on fire). The site is now a Chatham Super Market and E.J. Korvette, McCrory Variety store and Revco Drugstore.