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Ok so the self-serve concession isn’t the main selling point. Rather, it’s that this place is now a discount theatre. Tickets are $1 for all shows… a very appealing form of entertainment for larger families, those on a budget, or just about anyone who enjoys movies in the theatre without the $7-9 price tag.
Sorry Jack. When Facebook changed their privacy options, I must have made all my albums visible to friends only. This should be corrected now.
It’s been too long since I’ve been to this page. Great find, Chuck1231! I wonder where this company found all these photos. This was the first time I saw a picture of the theatre as a twin. Also, I found the Arena on the site.
I have upload a few pictures to the link below. More of the “technical” pictures appear towards the end of the album. I will try to upload more photos as time permits. ~Jarryd
After more than 40 years of operation, Cinema 5’s last day of business way Thursday, December 20, 2007. The final films to be shown were Awake, Dan in Real Life, Enchanted, The Golden Compass, and The Mist. Though all screens were equipped with digital projection for just over a year (installed November 2006), The Mist was booked in 35mm film for the last week of business. It was a fitting end to have film projected on screen for one final week. I was fortunate enough to thread the projector for the last show. for many of us, Cinema 5 will be missed. I will attempt to post recent picture of the theatre once the feature is enabled again. Jack, do you happen to have any photos from the theatre’s earlier years of operation?