Cinemagic Movies at Middletown
2105 Route 35 and Palmer Avenue,
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Architects: David Marner
Previous Names: Towne Theatre, Town East & Town West, UA Town East & Town West, UA Middletown Theatres 1-2-3, Movies at Middleton
The Town Theatre was located on Route 35 and Palmer Avenue. It opened June 30, 1965 with James Garner in “The Art of Love”, it was originally a single screen theatre with 875 seats. First operated by Walter Reade Theatres, they opened a second screen named Town East on August 18, 1971 named Town East. In November 1976 it was owned and operated as a United Artists theatre, renamed UA Town East & Town West. In 1977 the Town East was twinned. Four more screens were added in December 1980.
After a decline in its use thanks to the newly opened Hazlet Multiplex Cinemas, it became a discount theatre operated by Cinemagic Theatre company, who twinned the original #1 screen. It closed its doors May 7, 1998. It was knocked down and replaced by a Target.
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