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Oh.you beat me to it! They also have a Tuesday “Date Night” special for $16 per couple.
Was it an AMC from May 1977 to March 1979 when i lived in the Houston suburb of Aldine?
The venue will open in mid June. the Guest House Theatres will primarily(sp?)show films from L.A based Guest House Pictures with other,non-porn,LGBT films mixed in.
All three screens will be upgraded to 4K digital projection as of March 22,2013.
The website is now at http://tampapitchershow.net
Reopens Wednesday,December 19th. Tickets available December 16th at the Laemmle website.
Soon to be part of the Cinemark chain. Most likely under the Century name like the others in town,though it would be nice to call it a Cinemark.
It’s currently being being renovated as “The World’s Largest Gay Nightclub” to be called Krave Massive. It should be open by early January. Construction pics and a floor plan can be seen Krave Massive’s Facebook page.
Carmike already has one location in Fort Wayne,IN. Why would they buy the Rave a few miles away? Will it go with a bargain price policy the way the Coventry 13 when Starplex bought them from Regal?
A January 28,1974 story in Box Office Magazine about the theatres' reopening by a Kansas couple who said that no R or X movies would play there after the previous owner turned it into a short-lived porn theatre.(National General closed it in ‘73)
Get ready to change the listing to Regal San Bernardino Theatre Square Stadium 14..or something like that.
$2.00 preview days Monday June 25 to Wednesday June 27.
Opens Friday June 29th.
Went here one time to see “Postcards From The Edge” with my aunt in 1990.
A Spanish language church sits here now.
Maya was supposed to reopen the closed Cinemastar 20 in San Bernardino,California but,apparently,defaulted on a payment to the city and pulled out,paving the way for Regal to step in. So,i wouldn’t put any trust in Maya Cinemas.
The original Paramount release(1975)of “The First Nudie Musical” opened here and at the Fox in Hollywood.
I’m going to buy the Kindle edition for $16.49.
I never got to see “TRON” in first run,i saw it second run at the Rainbow theatre in Henderson,NV while on vacation with my family. Loved it then,love it now.
Reopens December 16th!
I wonder why Regal put it on thier website when the deal,apparently,hadn’t been finalized. Also,i guess it won’t be a Regal/Edwards house after all.
I’m guessing they’re really closed now since the theatre is no longer in the Laemmle ad in the Los Angeles Times. In its place is a “Coming Soon” announcement for the upcoming North Hollywood location.
Los Angeles Times^
It appears that today is the last day of The Sunset 5 as a Laemmle because The Los Angeles has all the current movies there listed as “Last Day”. A sad last day,indeed.
This is an AMC theatre now called simply Arapahoe Crossing 16. At least that’s what it says on AMC’s website.