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I heard the Towne Complex is for sale. I think the only Frank Theatre remaining open is the CineBowl & Grille in Delray Beach Florida.
Wishing The Moonlite Di The Best for their Opening Weekend!
Ray Davis Real Estate has this theater building listed for sale. Currently an empty store.
Two photos are in the photo section.
I saw The Great Gatsby at Las Olas in 2013. I think it closed shortly after that. The film presentation was good. Properly masked, but the bulb was a little dim and the sound was off. This multiplex reminded my of a picture palace in the 1970’s that had fallen on hard times. Areas sat dark and unused. It seemed to be dim and cavernous. There was a boarded over concession stand on the upper level. I am not a multiplex person but liked this one. An odd aura about the place. Sad to see it go.
Mikeoaklandpark I think it was Digital. 2D Laser. I ask an assistant manager and was told the showing is very high tech. The boxoffice person thought it was film. Does this location still have film equipment? It wasn’t listed as 70mm on the Imax website.
Stopped by on July 26 and noticed work was going on inside the building. Is the building being renovated into something else or to be torn down?
Attended the 1:50pm showing of Dunkirk on July 26. The presentation was excellent. Sadly there were only 100 or so seats sold. The sound was a little loud.
No I wasn’t a projectionist at The Manos. I worked in a number of theaters in Eastern Pennsylvania. I do try to keep track of Pennsylvania theaters and keep notes on them. What sound equipment was in The Manos? Contact me by email johnpl0@ yahoo to talk about Century parts.
Hi Greg What do you want to know about the Manos Century’s?
Coate, I read and enjoy all your posts and box office reports. I just don’t post a lot. I saw the SOM the first time at the Midtown in Philadelphia and several more times at the Boyd in Allentown, Pa. Please keep the information coming.
Was the horse saved?
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The two CD’s have been sold. Thank You for your interest. John
The table found a new home. Thank You for your interest. Johnn
The reels and shipping can found a new home. Thank You for your interest. Johnn
The magazines have been sold. Thank you for your response. Johnn
The Film Daily Yearbooks and the Motion Picture Almanac’s have been sold. The Boxoffice issues are still available. Thank you for your response. Johnn