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This theatre is now AMC Woodhaven Village 10 Theatre: https://www.amctheatres.com/movie-theatres/detroit/amc-woodhaven-village-10
Theatre is back to being a 15-plex, according to AMC’s website
Same building design as the Loews Jersey Gardens 20, in NJ, and the Loews Waterfront 22 Theatre, in PA
Now listed on AMC website as AMC Classic Fairlane 21 Theatre. Theatre also has an IMAX Theatre
Listed on AMC’s website as AMC Brick Plaza 10
Neshaminy now has Polytouch Box ABO Machines for all Credit and Gift Cards purchases of movie tickets.
When this became the Eric Terminal Theatre, a small “ERIC” sign was placed above the “Terminal” sign, where the “Air Conditioned” sign was.
Now where MacGuffin’s Bar is located, next to the iMAX Theatre and Theatre #2
The Extra counter has been removed earlier this year when Theatre #24 became the Dolby Cinema Theatre.
AMC Neshaminy 24 opened back on 5/28
Neshaminy now has the Feature Fare food offerings as of 7/24
Does anyone know which theatres were removed, theatre number wise? I know the IMAX Theatre is Theatre #16, and the Dolby Cinema Theatre is Theatre #15.
This pic is not of the Eric Barclay Square Twin Theatre, which opened 6/28/1974
This theatre was also previously operated by Milgram Theatres from 1968 to its closing in 1980
This theatre is now called AMC Dine-In Seattle 10:
Which means this building (like the former AMC Tilghman 8 Theatre) was designed by the former Budco Theatres chain, but built by AMC Theatres
Movie Town Flourtown was built on the site of a former GIANT (Genuardi’s/Food Fair) Supermarket.
The 309 Cinema closed 5/23/2017 to begin its renovations/rebuilding
The Dolby Cinema opens tonite at 8 PM with Baywatch.
From what i heard, the 309 Cinema will be completely rebuilt
The ETX Screen is slated to become a Dolby Cinema screen.
This theatre is now called AMC Classic Granite Run 8 Theatre
You are correct. The Dolby Cinema and IMAX will have special recliners and reserved seating.
News article from 1/20/1980 about the Premiere Theatre being acquired by AMC has been uploaded into the Photos section.
Now known as AMC CityPlace 20: https://www.amctheatres.com/movie-theatres/west-palm-beach/amc-cityplace-20