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RSM3853 commented about Sam's Place One and Two on Aug 9, 2015 at 7:27 pm

The Pittsburgh Aldine was an old Loew’s theater which later was renamed the Nixon. It was Pittsburgh’s home for stage productions on tour from Broadway as well as a number of roadshow films. “The Sound of Music” played there for over 2 years.

RSM3853 commented about Keith's Theatre on Jul 9, 2015 at 10:39 am

The last first-run film I can find for the Keith’s Theater is the Rock Hudson-Leslie Caron comedy “A Very Special Favor” which opened the week of August 18, 1965 and played for two weeks.

RSM3853 commented about Beachwood Theatre on Jul 2, 2015 at 1:27 pm

My family visited Rehoboth Beach August 12-15, 1964. I think the Beachwood was showing “The Unsinkable Molly Brown” with Debbie Reynolds and Harve Presnell. I wanted to see it but was told “we’d see it when it came to the local theater at home,”

RSM3853 commented about Schenley Theater on Jan 13, 2015 at 4:06 pm

The Strand Theater in Oakland closed during the week of June 28, 1978. The last movies there were “The Great Smokey Roadblock” and “Dixie Dynamite”.

RSM3853 commented about Melrose Theatre on Oct 29, 2014 at 11:02 am

Not sure yet when it closed earlier for a spell or for some years, but the Melrose advertises a “Grand Opening” (reopening?)on November 23, 1960 with “Hercules/Samson and Delilah/Ulysses” (triple-bill) in The Pittsburgh Press.

RSM3853 commented about Liberty Theatre on Oct 26, 2014 at 6:35 pm

The big ad in The Pittsburgh Press on Sunday, July 3, 1960 for a first-run double bill of “The Last Days of Pompeii” and “The Boy and the Pirates” lists all of the theaters showing it. One of them is the Liberty Theater – South Side, so yes, Ed Blank, this theater was operating in 1960.

RSM3853 commented about Hazelwood Theatre on Oct 4, 2014 at 9:01 am

The last listing for films in The Pittsburgh Press is the week of April 11-17, 1962 with “The Minotaur.”

RSM3853 commented about Capitol Theatre on Oct 3, 2014 at 7:01 am

The Capitol sometimes advertised what was showing in the neighborhood listings in The Pittsburgh Press. The latest one that I could find was the week of October 26, 1966 – a double bill of “Marco the Magnificent” and “Tiko and the Shark” is listed…so the Capitol was still open then.

Does anyone know where I can find microfilms of old Braddock papers, if any exist? I tried the Braddock Carnegie Library, but they do not have them.

RSM3853 commented about Cinemette South on Jul 3, 2014 at 6:54 am

These theaters did not last very long. It looks like they closed sometime during the first week of September 1982. The last films to play there were “Midnight” and “The World According to Garp.” As Ed Blank noted above, the theaters were up the hill and off the main road. I know that the only film I ever saw there was “A Bridge Too Far” in 1977.

RSM3853 commented about Plaza Theater on Jun 28, 2014 at 8:15 am

The Plaza was DARK for many years. It was reopened in December 1979 with “Roller Boogie.”

RSM3853 commented about Manos Theater on Mar 10, 2014 at 1:44 pm

The Manos Theater in Jeannette suffered major damage in a fire on January 10, 1979, according to a front page article in The Jeannette News-Dispatch issue of January 11, 1979. At the time, the theater was showing “National Lampoon’s Animal House.”

RSM3853 commented about Roxy Theatre on Feb 28, 2014 at 12:50 pm

The week of April 20-26, 1977 the Roxy had “The Town That Dreaded Sundown”, but did not play any films the next 9 weeks after that…perhaps that was the last film there.

RSM3853 commented about Blue Mouse Theatre on Feb 9, 2014 at 9:39 am

My research shows “Mutiny on the Bounty” opening at the Blue Mouse the week of December 19-25,1962 and “Barabbas” opening the same week at the 5th Avenue.

RSM3853 commented about Kelly Strayhorn Theater on Jan 15, 2014 at 9:32 am

I too only went there once, in 1976. There was a double-bill of UA films playing…“Drum” and “Breakheart Pass.” I only stayed to see Charles Bronson in “Breakheart Pass” since “Drum” was supposed to be one of the worst films of 1976.

RSM3853 commented about South Park Drive-In on Jan 14, 2014 at 12:12 pm

This map is just a little bit off. The red marker is actually marking the location of the Brightwood Christian Church. It should be across Route 88 (Library Road)at the bottom of Lytle Road.

RSM3853 commented about Bellevue Theater on Jan 12, 2014 at 2:56 pm

I only got to see a movie at this theater once. I went on a date with Nancey Epperson to see “A Brief Vacation,” an Italian film directed by Vittorio de Sica, starring Florinda Bolkan. It was rare that sub-titled foreign language films played in neighborhoods like this one as a second-run.

RSM3853 commented about Parkway Theater on Jan 12, 2014 at 2:45 pm

Good Luck on your restoration! I only got to go to the Parkway once,but I can still remember it. I got there early for the feature and I have a picture in my mind of a long hallway to get to the men’s room, which I needed to use badly after the bus ride and walk to get there. Oh, by the way…the movie was great…it was “The Wind and the Lion” with Sean Connery and Candice Bergen.

RSM3853 commented about Cinema 22 on Jan 7, 2014 at 8:42 am

@csepe: It was “The Island at the Top of the World,” Disney’s Christmas picture for 1974.

RSM3853 commented about Theater Historian David Naylor Passes Away on Jan 6, 2014 at 1:51 pm

Sad to hear this. I have this book and refer to it often.

RSM3853 commented about Movie theaters in airports unlikely on Jan 6, 2014 at 1:37 pm

The former Greater Pittsburgh International Airport had a movie theater inside it back in the 1960s for people who had time to kill between flights or just coming from the residential areas around it. It finally gave way to expansion by USAir.

RSM3853 commented about Rivoli Theatre on Jan 6, 2014 at 8:37 am

Thanks for the info – what I’ve been doing is copying entire lists of films (not just single titles) from Excel and pasting them in.

I have not been counting “invitation-only charity premieres” such as those held for roadshow films, but the week that the regular paying-public got to get into the theater…I found a lot of these were on Tuesday evenings, which is why some of my dates are a week later…and yes, I used Variety a lot, but I would subtract 6 days from the date on the city report.

RSM3853 commented about Happy 50th, “Lawrence of Arabia” on Jan 5, 2014 at 12:23 pm

The reason that “Lawrence of Arabia” only played for 3 weeks at the Nixon Theater in Pittsburgh, PA is that the theater caught on fire and was heavily damaged. “L o A” opened on April 3, 1963 and the film was transferred to the Fulton Theater for the rest of its premiere run, but it didn’t do as well there and only lasted until “Bye Bye Birdie” replaced it on June 19, 1963.

RSM3853 commented about Rivoli Theatre on Jan 5, 2014 at 12:10 pm

Thanks so very much for catching that, Coate – I put my info in Excel spreadsheets and didn’t catch the word “Rivoli” for the “Jaws” row because it was behind “Loew’s Orpheum” alphabetically. It opened in most cities on Wednesday, June 18, 1975. I actually wondered about that when I sorted the spreadsheet – didn’t think “The Return of the Pink Panther” played that long.

Re: Your other concerns. As I’ve already typed all this data in Excel, I don’t have time to retype everything, so I just copy and paste, which probably is what makes it one paragraph. Any suggestions to improve the format are welcome – I’m just trying to get my data on here for others to save them all the years of microfilm reading I’ve done.

As far using Wednesday dates, I grew up and live in Pittsburgh, and our theaters changed bills on that day up to around October 1974, when they began trying Fridays. Going through old newspapers on microfilms, it would take forever to look at every single day to see what new openings there were. In addition, Variety used Wednesdays for their weekly box-office reports so I choose to do so, also. The date I use is just considered by me to be the first day of the opening week, although many cities opened new films on Wednesdays beside Pittsburgh.

Finally, I think that anyone who might be interested in Cinema Treasures is pretty much already aware of the titles that were “roadshow presentations” and there are other websites that list 70 mm or other large size film, so that info is already available elsewhere…I was just interested in what theaters played what films when compared to here, regardless of process or type of booking.

But I thank you for reading my posts! :–)

RSM3853 commented about California Theatre on Jan 3, 2014 at 8:44 am

First-run Movie Openings at the California Theater in San Diego from December 1959 through August 1974. The date given is the Wednesday of the opening week. The ® symbol means a reissue. Research is from microfilms of The San Diego Union.

DateTitle 12/23/59Vice Raid 01/20/60Cash McCall 02/03/60The Country Girl/The Bridges of Toko-Ri ® 02/10/60Seven Thieves 02/10/60Three Came to Kill 02/17/60Jack the Ripper 02/17/60The Big Night 03/02/60Oklahoma Territory 03/02/60Sink the Bismarck 03/23/60Rise and Fall of Legs Diamond 03/30/60Visit to a Small Planet 04/13/60Valley of the Redwoods 04/13/60Wake Me When It’s Over 05/04/60Nude in a White Car 05/11/60Circus of Horrors 05/11/60The Jail Breakers 05/18/60The Greatest Show on Earth ® 05/25/60In the Wake of a Stranger 05/25/60Wild River 06/08/60Platinum High School 06/08/60The Music Box Kid 06/15/60Five Branded Women 06/29/60The Apartment 07/20/60September Storm 08/03/60Hercules Unchained 08/10/60Cover Girl Killer 08/10/60Ice Palace 08/17/60Psycho 10/12/60The Battle of the Sexes 10/19/60Come Dance With Me! 10/26/60Thunder in Carolina 11/02/60Inherit the Wind 11/23/60Esther and the King 11/23/60Walk Tall 12/07/60Village of the Damned 12/14/60A Dog’s Best Friend 12/14/60The Facts of Life 12/28/60The 39 Steps 12/28/60The Marriage-Go-Round 01/11/61The Mighty Crusaders 01/11/61Tiger Bay 02/01/61Operation Bottleneck 02/01/61The Misfits 02/22/61The Alamo 04/26/61Sanctuary 04/26/61The Goddess of Love 05/03/61The Sins of Rachel Cade 05/03/61White Warrior 05/10/61Return to Peyton Place 05/10/61The Fiercest Heart 05/24/61The Young Savages 06/21/61Gidget Goes Hawaiian 06/21/61Sniper’s Ridge 07/05/61Deadly Companions 07/05/61One-Eyed Jacks 07/26/61Love in a Goldfish Bowl 07/26/61The Ladies Man 08/16/61On the Double 08/23/61Two Rode Together 08/23/61Underworld USA 09/06/61Thief of Bagdad 09/20/61It Happened in Broad Daylight 09/20/61The Long, the Short, and the Tall 09/27/61Claudelle Inglish 10/04/61Breathless 10/04/61Rosemary 10/18/61Splendor in the Grass 10/18/61The World by Night 11/08/61The Mask 11/22/61Blue Hawaii 12/20/61The Errand Boy 12/20/61The League of Gentleman 01/10/62King of Kings 02/21/62Tender is the Night 03/07/62Incident in an Alley 03/07/62War Hunt 03/14/62Satan Never Sleeps 03/14/62The Siege of Syracuse 04/04/62The Last of the Vikings 04/11/62State Fair 04/11/62The Broken Land 05/09/62All Fall Down 05/16/62The Horizontal Lieutenant 05/30/62Hell is for Heroes 06/06/62House of Women 06/06/62Samar 06/13/62Escape from Zahrain 06/27/62Mr. Hobbs Takes a Vacation 06/27/62Swingin' Along 07/11/62Hatari! 08/01/62Merrill’s Marauders 08/08/62East of Kilimanjaro 08/08/62Harold Lloyd’s World of Comedy 08/15/62The Sad Sack/The Delicate Delinquent ® 08/29/62Marco Polo 09/12/62No Place Like Homicide 09/12/62The Sky Above—The Mud Below 09/26/62Pressure Point 10/03/62Horror Hotel 10/10/62Playgirl After Dark 10/17/62The Creation of the Humanoids 10/24/62Never Let Go 10/31/62Warriors Five 11/07/62The Manchurian Candidate 11/28/62Gay Purr-ee 12/12/62Son of Samson 12/26/62Hero’s Island 12/26/62Taras Bulba 01/23/63A Child is Waiting 01/30/63The Raven 02/06/63West Side Story (pop) 02/27/63Who’s Got the Action? 03/06/63Madame 03/13/63Follow the Boys 03/13/63Seven Seas to Calais 03/20/63A Girl Named Tamiko 03/20/63Wonderful to Be Young 03/27/63Papa’s Delicate Condition 04/03/63Duel of the Titans 04/03/63Tarzan the Magnificent ® 04/10/63Operation Bikini 05/29/63The Longest Day (pop) 06/26/63Call Me Bwana 06/26/63I Could Go on Singing 07/03/63Black Gold 07/03/63PT 109 07/17/63King Kong vs. Godzilla 07/24/63The Great Escape 08/07/63Cattle King 08/07/63Spencer’s Mountain 08/21/63The Caretakers 08/28/63Beach Party 08/28/63Jacktown 09/11/63Don’t Give Up the Ship/Rock-A-Bye Baby ® 09/18/63Wall of Noise 09/25/63Women of the World 10/02/63Hootenanny Hoot 10/09/63Toys in the Attic 10/16/63Square of Violence 10/16/63The Haunting 10/23/63Twilight of Honor 10/30/63Twice Told Tales 11/06/63Palm Springs Weekend 11/13/63Stolen Hours 11/20/63McLintock 12/18/63Kings of the Sun 12/25/634 for Texas 12/25/63The Man from Galveston 01/15/64Who’s Been Sleeping in My Bed? 01/22/64The Comedy of Terrors 01/29/64Dead Ringer 01/29/64Dr. Crippen 02/12/64A Global Affair 02/19/64Love With the Proper Stranger 02/19/64Paris Pick-Up 03/04/64America, America 03/11/64Dark Purpose 03/18/64Kissin' Cousins 03/25/64Muscle Beach Party 03/25/64Summer Holiday 04/08/64Seven Days in May 04/15/64Vertigo ® 04/22/64To Catch a Thief ® 05/06/64Advance to the Rear 05/13/64Some Like it Hot/Irma La Douce ® 05/27/64Rhino! 06/10/64Gold for the Caesars 06/10/64The Golden Arrow 06/17/64Tamahine 06/17/64Viva Las Vegas 07/01/64One Man’s Way 07/01/64The World of Henry Orient 07/08/64Ensign Pulver 07/15/64Zulu 07/22/64633 Squadron 07/29/64FBI Code 98 07/29/64Robin and the 7 Hoods 08/12/64A Hard Day’s Night 08/19/64Lady in a Cage 08/19/64Walk a Tightrope 08/26/64Bikini Beach 08/26/64Some People 09/16/64The Caddy ® 09/16/64You’re Never Too Young ® 09/23/64Night Train to Paris 09/23/64The Visit 09/30/64Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow 10/14/64Fate is the Hunter 10/14/64The Earth Dies Screaming 10/21/64Kisses for My President 11/11/64Quo Vadis ® 11/18/64Moro Witch Doctor 11/18/64Rio Conchos 11/25/64MGM’s Big Parade of Comedy 11/25/64The Outrage 12/09/64Joy House 12/23/64Goodbye, Charlie 12/23/64The Young Swingers 01/13/65Psycho ® 01/27/65Peyton Place/Return to Peyton Place ® 02/03/65Quick, Before It Melts! 02/10/65Those Calloways 02/24/65Dear Brigitte 03/03/65Crack in the World 03/10/65The Rounders 03/10/65The Walls of Hell 03/17/65Sylvia 03/24/65My Blood Runs Cold 04/14/65John Goldfarb,Please Come Home 05/05/65The Satan Bug 05/12/65Young Cassidy 05/19/65Masquerade 05/26/65Circus World (pop prices) 06/09/65Mister Moses 06/16/65The Girls on the Beach 06/23/65Cinderella ® 07/07/65Ski Party 07/07/65War Gods of the Deep 07/21/65Operation Crossbow 08/04/65Morituri 08/18/65Sergeant Deadhead 08/25/65Living it Up/Pardners ® 09/01/65Help! 09/22/65Never on Sunday/Topkapi ® 09/29/65Laurel & Hardy’s Laughing 20s 10/06/65Billie 10/20/65Once a Thief 10/27/65A Rage to Live 11/03/65The Nanny 11/10/65The Hill 11/24/65Harum Scarum 12/22/65Thunderball 03/23/66Viva, Maria! 03/30/66The Group 04/20/66A Thousand Clowns 05/04/66The Pink Panther/A Shot in the Dark ® 05/11/66The Night of the Grizzly 05/25/66Apache Uprising 05/25/66The Last of the Secret Agents 06/01/66The 2nd Best Secret Agent in Whole Wide World 06/08/66Rasputin, the Mad Monk 06/08/66The Reptile 06/15/66Boy, Did I Get a Wrong Number! 06/29/66Cast a Giant Shadow 06/29/66Fantomas 07/13/66Duel at Diablo 07/20/66Munster, Go Home 07/27/66Nevada Smith 08/10/66A Big Hand for the Little Lady 08/10/66The Russians are Coming, The Russians are Coming 08/31/66Assault on a Queen 09/14/66Ambush Bay 09/28/66Chamber of Horrors 10/05/66Mister Buddwing 10/19/66Cat on a Hot Tin Roof/Butterfield 8 ® 10/26/66Seconds 10/26/66Waco 11/02/66Return of the Seven 11/16/66The Alphabet Murders 11/16/66The Liquidator 11/23/66Spinout 11/23/66The Secret Seven 12/07/66What’s Up, Tiger Lily? 12/21/66Gambit 01/04/67Khartoum (pop) 01/04/67McGuire, Go Home! 01/11/67The Venetian Affair 01/18/67Warning Shot 01/25/67Come Spy With Me 02/01/67Hot Rods to Hell 02/01/67One Spy Too Many 02/08/67A Fistful of Dollars 02/22/67Prehistoric Women 02/22/67The Devil’s Own 03/08/67The 25th Hour 03/15/67Doctor, You’ve Got to Be Kidding 03/22/67In Like Flint 03/22/67Smoky 04/26/67Frankenstein Created Woman 04/26/67The Mummy’s Shroud 05/03/67The Busy Body 05/10/67Thunder Alley 05/17/67Welcome to Hard Times 05/24/67Caprice 06/07/67The Apartment ® 06/07/67The Great Escape ® 06/14/67The Caper of the Golden Bulls 06/21/673 Bites of the Apple 06/21/67Double Trouble 06/28/67You Only Live Twice 08/23/67In the Heat of the Night 09/20/67Beach Red 09/20/67Once Before I Die 10/04/67The Hills Run Red 10/11/67Hour of the Gun 10/25/67Jack of Diamonds 11/01/67Matchless 11/01/67Operation Kid Brother 11/08/67Clambake 11/15/67Hawaii (pop) 12/06/67Our Man Flint/In Like Flint ® 12/20/67Valley of the Dolls 02/21/68The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly 03/20/68The Billion Dollar Brain 03/27/68How I Won the War 04/03/68The Power 04/10/68Kill a Dragon 04/10/68The Scalphunters 05/01/68A Minute to Pray, A Second to Die 05/01/68Cop-Out 05/08/68A Man Called Dagger 05/08/68A Stranger in Town 05/22/68Battle Beneath the Earth 05/22/68Day of the Evil Gun 05/29/68Navajo Joe 05/29/68The Devil’s Brigade 06/19/68The Private Navy of Sgt. O'Farrell 07/03/68Countdown 07/03/68The Green Berets 08/07/68Custer of the West 08/14/68Where Were You When the Lights Went Out? 08/21/68Hang ‘Em High 09/18/68The Stranger Returns 10/09/68Salt and Pepper 11/27/68If He Hollers, Let Him Go 12/25/68The Brotherhood 01/15/69A Twist of Sand 01/15/69More Dead Than Alive 01/22/69The Sergeant 02/12/69Secret Ceremony 02/26/69Three in the Attic 03/26/69Where Eagles Dare 05/14/69A Fistful of Dollars/For a Few Dollars More ® 05/28/69Hard Contract 06/11/692: I, A Woman, Part II 06/18/69Death of a Gunfighter 06/25/69The Big Cube 06/25/69The Wild Bunch 07/16/69The Bridge at Remagen 07/30/69Stiletto 08/06/69Guns of the Magnigficent Seven 08/20/69Castle Keep 08/20/69Seven Golden Men 09/03/693 into 2 Won’t Go 09/03/69A Man Called Gannon 09/10/69Young Billy Young 09/17/69Death Rides a Horse 09/17/69Impasse 09/24/69On My Way to the Crusades, I Met a Girl Who… 09/24/69The Valley of Gwangi 10/08/69The Good Guys and the Bad Guys 10/15/69The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly/Hang 'Em High ® 10/17/69On Her Majesty’s Secret Service 11/19/69The Undefeated 02/11/70The Only Game in Town 02/25/70They Shoot Horses, Don’t They? 03/25/70Pussycat, Pussycat, I Love You! 04/01/70The Girl Who Couldn’t Say No 04/01/70The Kremlin Letter 05/06/70Naked Under Leather (The Girl on the Motorcycle) 05/27/70Tell Them Willie Boy is Here 06/10/70How the West Was Won ® 06/10/70The Wonderful World of the Brothers Grimm ® 06/17/70The Christine Jorgensen Story 06/24/70A Long Ride from Hell 06/24/70Too Late the Hero 08/05/70Patton (pop) 09/16/70Cotton Comes to Harlem 09/16/70Hell Boats 09/30/70Hornet’s Nest 10/07/70(4) Clint Eastwood UA Westerns ® 10/14/70Cannon for Cordoba 10/14/70The Mercenary 10/28/70House of Dark Shadows 11/04/70a.k.a. Cassius Clay 11/11/70C. C. and Company 11/25/70It’s a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World ® 12/16/70Burn! 12/16/70Underground 12/23/70Five Easy Pieces 02/10/71Little Fauss and Big Halsy 02/24/71The Great White Hope 03/24/71Raid on Rommel 03/31/71Valdez is Coming 04/28/71Patton/MASH 05/26/71Von Richthofen and Brown 06/09/71Brother John 06/16/71When Eight Bells Toll 06/23/71Zeppelin 06/30/71Klute 07/21/71Midnight Cowboy ® 07/21/71The Hunting Party 07/28/71What’s the Matter With Helen? 08/04/71Evel Knievel 08/18/71Dr. No/From Russia With Love ® 09/01/71Lawman 09/15/71Daughters of Darkness 09/22/71Hot Rod Action 09/22/71Soul to Soul 10/06/71The Skin Game 12/15/71Diamonds are Forever 03/29/72Frogs 04/19/72Cool Breeze 05/03/72Puppet on a Chain 05/10/72Swedish Fly Girls 05/23/72Four Flies on Gray Velvet 05/24/72Stanley 05/31/72Buck and the Preacher 06/07/72The Great Northfield, Minnesota Raid 06/21/72Ben 07/05/72The Groundstar Conspiracy 07/12/72Shaft’s Big Score 08/02/72Come Back, Charleston Blue 08/16/72The Magnificent Seven Ride 08/23/72Dr. Phibes Rises Again 08/30/72Slaughter 09/20/72You Only Live Twice/Thunderball ® 09/27/72When the Legends Die 10/04/72Hickey and Boggs 10/18/72Blacula 10/18/72The Blood from the Mummy’s Tomb 11/01/72Asylum 11/08/72Hammer 11/15/72Unholy Rollers 11/22/72The Mechanic 11/22/72The Return of Sabata 12/06/72Trouble Man 12/20/72Across 110th Street 12/20/72Daughters of Satan/Superbeast 01/10/73The Last House on the Left 01/10/73Twitch of the Death Nerve 01/24/73Avanti! 01/24/73Pulp 02/07/73The Train Robbers 03/21/73Diamonds are Forever/On Her Majesty’s Secret Service ® 04/25/73A Criminal Affair 04/25/73The Five Fingers of Death 05/16/73Pickup on 101 05/16/73Sisters 05/23/73The Soul of Nigger Charley 06/13/73Battle for the Planet of the Apes 06/27/73Live and Let Die 08/01/73Dillinger 08/01/73The Little Cigars Mob 08/22/73The Outside Man 08/29/73Enter the Dragon 09/05/73Extreme Close-Up 10/17/73Gordon’s War 11/21/73Cops and Robbers 12/12/73The Sacred Knives of Vengeance 01/23/74Hercules/Hercules Unchained ® 02/06/74McQ 03/06/74Black Belt Jones 03/15/74The Class of '74 04/03/74Willie Dynamite 05/22/74Black Eye 06/26/74The Terminal Man 07/24/74Uptown Saturday Night 08/14/74The Education of Sonny Carson 08/28/74Return of the Dragon NOTE: The San Diego Union did NOT accept advertising for “X” rated films in the late 1960s and early 1970s so there were some weeks when it was unable to ascertain what was playing at the theater.

RSM3853 commented about AMC Fashion Valley 4 on Jan 3, 2014 at 7:57 am

The Fashion Valley 1-2-3-4 opened the week of June 3, 1970. The opening films were: 1) Funny Girl 2) Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid 3) Loving 4) Cactus Flower