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Maybe it was first expanded to from 4 screens to six, then the other section with 10 screens were built. My local AMC Classic (formally Carmike) has a similar set up. There are four screens in a row in one hallway that was built along when the mall was built in 1980, and around 1990 another section was built with 4 theatres on each side of a new separate hallway.
Now the AMC Ritz 13. Although AMC completed purchasing Carmike Cinemas several months ago, this is the last Carmike theatre to officially change its name and fully integrate into AMC Theatres.
Zootopia98 Why? In the 90s AMC and others built too many theatres with too many screens. There’s only so many movies and only so many people that want to see them. I just hope some of them can be used for something else. Better for theatres or the landloards than sitting empty.
I believe this theatre is now the AMC Classic Lorna Ridge 10.
Now the AMC Apple Blossom 12.
Closed in October 2016.
It sounds like AMC either needs to work to improve this theatres attendance or close it. Giving one of their larger theatres the brand name that’s mostly used on small and medium sized theatres is a way of saying this theatre is a failure, it the name is based on attendance.
Now named the Capitol 3 and operated by Phionex Theatres.
Looks like it closed in June of 2016.
Now the AMC Classic Steubenville 6.
Now the AMC Classic Clarion 7
Now the AMC Classic Mission Marketplace 13.
Now the AMC Classic Frontier 9.
Now AMC Governor’s Square 10.
Now AMC Albuquerque 12.
Now the AMC Classic Harrison 8.
Once again operated by AMC as the AMC Classic Hickory Point 12.
Now operated by AMC as the AMC Jubilee Square 12.
Now the AMC Classic LaGrange 10.
Now the AMC Classic Artesia 2.
Now the AMC Lee Branch 15.
Now the AMC Classic Manitowoc 10.
Now the AMC Classic Batesville 7.
Now the AMC Classic Oakwood 12.
Now the AMC Classic Ohio Valley Mall 11.