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DJI Phantom aerial in photo section.
Typical USA Showcase cinema design of its time, facing the highway with the parking in the back.
This was not the first theatre called Cineplex.
1972 newsreel at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b1n5ud5AaBk&index=166&list=PL19DB71FBF7CEC867
In the photo section, I have uploaded an January 4th, 1913 article with two pictures of the theatre as well as an newspaper ad from October 2nd, 1912 for the theatre.
Since mid-2014 this is known as Hometown Cinemas and now open for business.
Grand opening ad in photo section.
grand opening ad in photo section.
August 1st, 1969 grand opening ad in photo section.
This was an Rob & Rowley theatre according to the Film Daily Yearbook of 1925.
Grand opening ads in the photo section for this cinema.
This opened as a 8-plex in 1987 and expanded to 14 screens in the late 1990’s.
November 17th, 1971 grand opening ad in photo section.
Opened on March 29th, 1996. Taken over by AMC in 2015.
Hey, Dallasmovietheatres, UA Grand Prairie now has its own page at http://cinematreasures.org/theaters/49727
From the aerial photo, this looks like it opened with 12 screens and four more tacked on later on.
Grand opening ad for this drive-in lied.
An 4-screen drive-in opened in Suburban Chicago on June 16th, 1950
This opened on December 21st, 1984.
It was billed as the Escape Plot. Grand opening ad in photo section.
Uploaded an September 12th, 2014 trade ad.
Trade ad: …less than 1 mile from Look Cinemas. As such, we will not be licensing films day-and-date with this theatre…..
Also checked its listings today. It not showing the mission impossible movie.
dallasmovietheaters, can you upload the grand opening ad for AMC grand 24?
Better quality August 17th, 1973 grand opening ad in photo section.
December 20th, 1972 grand opening ad as Cine I & II in photo section.
This opened on November 11th, 1959. Teaser ad in photo section.
March 3rd, 1942 grand opening ad as Gay in photo section.