Cinemark University City Penn 6
230 S. 40th Street,
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On November 8, 2002, National Amusements opened this six-screen cinema as the Bridge Cinema de Lux. The theatre is on the University of Pennsylvania campus. It was built on the site of the Eric 3 On the Campus Theatre. The Bridge auditoriums were designed with stadium seated, luxury seats, and the state of the art digital sound. It opened with a media room and WiFi connections.
It was taken over by Rave Motion Picture Theatres in December 2009 and was renamed Rave University 6 Theatre by May 2010. In June 2013 it was taken over by Cinemark. The Rave name was replaced with Cinemark in front of the theatre and it is now advertised as the Cinemark University City Penn 6. Signs with seat counts were posted for the first time in 2015 but reflect numbers since the theatre opened. Auditorium 1 (which is up a flight of stairs) has 114 seats, 2 has 136 seats, 3 has 256 seats, 4 has 234 seats, 5 has 203 seats and 6 has 236 seats. Auditorium 6 has the largest screen, a curved screen about 45ft wide (for ‘scope).
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