Trail 4

Cliff Road E,
Burnsville, MN 55337

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This theater opened at Christmastime 1972 with a re-release of “Oliver!”, “The New Centurions”, “The Last House on the Left” and a double-bill of “Everything You Wanted to Know About Sex But Were Afraid to Ask” and “Where Does It Hurt?”. I know nothing of this theater but would love to know more!

It was on the corner of Highway 13 and Cliff Road E. in Burnsville, MN, and is now a fabric store and an auto parts store. Oddly enough, the outside looks the exact same as it did when the theater opened.

Contributed by Jesse Hoheisel

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Joe Vogel
Joe Vogel on February 3, 2010 at 6:57 am

An item in Boxoffice of October 10, 1977, indicates that the Trail 4 Theatre didn’t last very long. An item about recent activity in the Twin Cities market said that owner/operator Harry Lind had closed the Trail 4 permanently after performances on September 25, and that the house was being dismantled and its equipment sold.

The same item said that United Artists would soon open a four-screen theater at Burnsville. It was speculated that Lind had closed the Trail 4 in anticipation of the difficulty his operation would face competing with the United Artists circuit’s greater negotiating power in dealing with movie distributors.

A couple of 1972 Boxoffice items had given the seating capacity of the Trail 4 Theatre as 1,100. The 1977 item said it was about 1,200.

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