UA Spring Valley Marketplace

32 Spring Valley Marketplace,
Spring Valley, NY

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Built in the late 1980’s as part of the then-ambitious Spring Valley Marketplace complex, it was a pretty good theater, showing popular first-run movies, however there was a problem with the clientele that it attracted, as less than savory or well-behaved gangs of youths frequented it, hassling patrons and interrupting shows. I saw “True Lies” there in 1994 and was treated to a few late arriving, noisy groups interrupting the movie.

Financially they just couldn’t make the high rent after the Loews Palisades opened and the space has been gutted and replaced by a Christmas Tree Shops location.

Contributed by Michael Sheehy

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joemasher
joemasher on February 6, 2005 at 10:18 pm

This theatre featured 11 screens, not six.

krossbow
krossbow on February 18, 2006 at 5:33 am

I worked here shortly after it opened. My car was vandalized on a couple of occasions, but the scariest time was when Geraldo Rivera came in to see The Last Emperor wearing a spandex biking outfit.

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