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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 Pompano Beach 20: https://www.amctheatres.com/movie-theatres/miami-ft-lauderdale/amc-pompano-beach-18
Now known as AMC CityPlace 20: https://www.amctheatres.com/movie-theatres/west-palm-beach/amc-cityplace-20
Bar has been renamed to MacGuffins
This location has an IMAX Theatre and MacGuffins Bar. Website for AMC West Melbourne 12 Theatre: https://www.amctheatres.com/movie-theatres/orlando-daytona-beach/amc-west-melbourne-12
This was the previous entrance to the old AMC Pleasure Island 10 Theatre
Now known as AMC New Smyrna 12 Theatre: https://www.amctheatres.com/movie-theatres/daytona/amc-new-smyrna-12
Now officially known as AMC Pensacola 18 Theatre: https://www.amctheatres.com/movie-theatres/pensacola/amc-pensacola-18
Officially renamed to AMC Yulee 10 Theatre:
Officially renamed to AMC Highwoods 20
What I read on AMC’s website, the Carmike Popcorn bucket program is staying. Also this was the only Carmike location in NJ that AMC acquired with the merger, the other 4 locations (Cranford 5 – Cranford, NJ; Town Center 10 – East Windsor, NJ; Sparta 3 – Sparta, NJ; Rialto 6 – Westfield, NJ) were not included.
How come some of the early 1970’s ads has this theatre as part of GMS Theatres? Was GMS Theatres a part of Budco Quality Theatres?
Theatre’s new name: AMC North Broadstreet 7. Page should be updated with new name
As of September 2, 2016 the Pearl Theatre at Avenue North will become AMC North Broad Street 7 Theatre
The MacGuffins Bar & Lounge opens every day around 1PM, and closes when the theatre closes.
Listed on AMC Theatres website as AMC Levittown 10 Theatre
It was Century Theatres who bought RKO Stanley Warner in 1981 to form RKO Century Warner Theatres (beetter known as RKO Century Theatres), and it was 1987 when Cineplex Odeon acquired RKO Century, and their sister group RKC Cinema 5.
Now known as Angelika Carmel Mountain 12 Theatre. Still owned by Reading Internatational, which started 1833 as The Philadelphia and Reading Railroad.
Coate, as mentined in the overview, the theatre became the Sameric 3 on July 16, 1982 when Screens # 2 & 3 opened. It was previously parking area from when the theatre was Stanley Warner’s Boyd/Sam Eric
The MacGuffins Bar & Lounge is set to open by the end of June, 2016
AMC Neshaminy 24 is getting an MacGuffins Bar
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