Galleria Twin Cinemas

100 Main Street,
White Plains, NY 10601

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This twin cinema was part of the Galleria Mall in White Plains.

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joemasher on October 18, 2005 at 2:31 am

It opened and closed as a twin. After it shut down it became a Herman’s Sporting Goods store, and now serves as a Todai Seafood Buffet.

pezman98 on August 20, 2007 at 10:44 pm

Loved this theater…Great popcorn. I went to the first two films that played at this Twin…late 1980/early 81…9 to 5 and ANY WHICH WHAY YOU CAN…other films thay played here CREEPSHOW, POLTERGEIST, HISTORY OF THE WORLD PART I, NEVER SAY NEVER AGAIN, MIAMI BLUES, MY BLUE HEAVEN, BACK TO THE FUTURE PART II and a ton more…

mycool44 on May 27, 2012 at 6:34 pm

That’s so funny – I saw 9 to 5 at this cinema, too. I feel like I also saw the Prisoner of Zenda here starring Peter Sellers.

SeaBassTian on August 26, 2012 at 4:30 am

Misinformation here. I worked at the Herman’s and the Twin was to the right of the Sporting Goods store. There may have been a space in-between as well. Regardless, it was a cute cinema, never very popular. For some reason, the only movie I recall seeing here is Outrageous Fortune

fred1 on August 26, 2012 at 12:47 pm

This was a General Cinema theater

Movieholic on October 9, 2015 at 9:45 pm

As a kid, this was the only White Plains movie theater I had visited since most of the others, with a couple of exceptions, were closed by the time my family and I moved here. I saw many movies at this place, including Sixteen Candles, The Breakfast Club, Revenge of the Nerds, the first R-rated movie I was ever allowed to see on the big screen, an experience I’ll never forget, LOL, Gremlins, War Games, Max Dugan Returns, Creepshow 2, Back to the Future Part III, and too many other titles to mention here. There wasn’t anything distinctive about it, but both auditoriums had plenty of seats and big enough screens, including Dolby Stereo capability in Cinema 1 I think. Sadly it attracted a lot of less than desirable clientele as I got older, as did the Galleria Mall in general, which is probably why it closed in the early 1990s. But it was definitely a fun place to go to the movies while it lasted.

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