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AMC Neshaminy 24 now has the Coca-Cola Freestyle machines
The AMC Marketfair 10 had a soft opening this week, and has the new recliners.
The AMC Woodhaven 10 is in the process of receiving recliners and is slated to receive a “MacGuffin’s” bar
This location is receiving the “Regal King Size” Recliners right now
The AMC Marketfair 10 should be open withig the next 3 months
New concession video menu boards added to the Uptown stand and the Metropolis stand by Theatres #23 & 24 this past Thursday, August 13, 2015.
This photo is from 1998. The Extras counter is turned towards Theatre #24, and has been from at least 2000.
The “Loews Theatres” name is gone
This theatre is now listed on AMC website as AMC Monmouth Mall 15 Theatre: https://www.amctheatres.com/movie-theatres/eatontown/amc-monmouth-mall-15
This theatre is now renamed to AMC Freehold Metroplex 14 Theatre. the Loews name was removed with the renovations.
When the Oxford Valley Stadium 14 received their Regal “King Size” recliners, Regal Entertainment Group kept the “United Artists” name on the outside. So I would assume the “United Artists” name will stay on this location and at the Grant Plaza 9 Theatre.
This theatre is receiving the new Regal “King Size” recliners, just like Moorestown Stadium 12, Oxford Valley Stadium 14, Brandywine Town Center 16, Edgmont Square 10, and Grant Plaza 9
The new Regal “King Size” Recliners are in fact at this location
This theatre now has Reserved Seating, and new seats that has reduced the seating in each auditorium.
The RPX Theatre at King of Prussia is directly across from House #13
The balcony itself was added when the AMC Midtown Twin Theatre was converted into the Prince Music Theatre. That was when the interior wall Budco added was removed, and the stage was added.
June 14th will be the 37th anniversary of ROCKY II opening at the Budco Midtown Theatre.
Seating for AMC Philadelphia Mills (GCC/AMC Franklin Mills) 14:
Theatres #1 & 14: 268 Seats
Theatres #2 & 13: 218 Seats
Theatres #3 & 12: 134 Seats
Theatres #4 & 11: 185 Seats Theatres #5 & 10: 278 Seats
(Double Door Entrance)
Theatre #6: 338 Seats (Double Door Entrance)
Theatre #7: 391 Seats (Double Door Entrance)
Theatre #8 (IMAX Theatre): 339 Seats (Double Door Entrance)
Theatre #9: 336 Seats (Double Door Entrance)
The Victoria Theatre’s site later had a York store, and the entire block was replaced in 1974-77 by The Gallery and the newer Gimbels Department Store.
According to Irvin R. Glazer’s “Philadelphia Theatres” book, this theatre opened in 1912, and closed in 1953
Mikemorano, The General Cinema Northeast 4 (AKA Cinema I & II) was not torn down. Instead The original Cinema II portion was converted into the current NE Philadelphia Social Security office.
Love how the Lee Highway Multiplex Cinemas reused the old Lee Highway Drive In signage
finkysteet, Rite aid never occipied the Goldman’s/Stanley Warner’s/Eric Terminal Theatre site. The site became a walkway to both the Media and Sharon Hill Trolleys (SEPTA Routes 101 and 102), and a secondary entrance into 69th Street Terminal. This was all done during the 1987 reconstruction of the 69th Street Terminal complex that added a third entrance at the back of the Norristown Hi Speed Line
The Net Coat Market started out as Food Fair. The home Depot replaced the old J. M. Fields/The Dry Goods building, the mall itself, and the Warner Drugs/Rite Aid Pharmacy building.
The Queen building did say on it “Eric Queen” with a marquee for screens #3-6
The main entrance to the King Theatre was in the back of the building, with shops on the front facing DeKlab Pike