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dermycar is this not run by City Cinemas anymore?
This is even more reason to SAVE THE BOYD so Phila will have another great theater. I PICS idea stinks and is not in the best interest of the city.
Cottage View shows open. I guess you need to update that page to closed.
Have they upgraded to digital?
The soundtrack on the last DVD release is horrible moviebuff 82
After GCC pulled out the theater was divided from 3-8 theaters and it was one of the worst cut job I ever saw in a theater. How they have stayed open all these years is beyond me. AMC Twin Bays in the next plaza was much nicer.
I suppose no chance of a release of this movie via fathom events. They never did for Funny Girl last year either. Unfortunately Charity was basically a commercial flop.
The only movie I saw here was in the early 80’s, Snow White. At that time they had no curtains, but did have masking. Anybody know if they ever had curtains?
Wow this theater looks so much like the Gateway theater in Ft Lauderdale. Pull it up and see.
Have they gone digital?
By the 80’s it was strictly a porn theater.
City Cinemas should take it over and make it Cinema 4
Didn’t they covert to digital last year? I thought Hyde Park, Overlook, Warwick and this theater had all converted.
Update status to closed.
UGH Carmike is one of the worst theater chains ever. I hate to see them get this theater.
Are films still being shown here?
They had the exclusive showing of The Color Purple in 1986. It took months to get in to see it.
I agree this need to NOT happen.
Glad they are better there. Here in Asheville they don’t even use the box office anymore you have to buy tickets at the concession stand which is ridiculous.
I saw Prince of Tides there in 1991 and Harry Potter in 2007 and it was first run.
Great pics brings back memories.
Carmike is the worst theater chain around. Good luck I refuse to go to their theater here in NC.
Ed Solero, it was kind of like the original shadow box screens at GCC when they first opened. They did not have masking like most Ruggoff theaters they had just a single strip that came down from the ceiling. Very strange.
Any new photos of the theater and inside? Did they keep the screen, curtains and marquee?
Nick 810,It did not. It had a screen in the wall.