Plymouth Meeting Mall Twin

500 W. Germantown Pike,
Plymouth Meeting, PA 19462

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Plymouth Meeting Mall Twin

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The Cinema on the Mall was opened by General Cinema Theatres on June 29, 1966 with Gregory Peck in “Arabesque”. It was twinned in the mid-1970’s and became the Plymouth Mall Cinema Twin. It was inside the mall on the second floor. I think there was some kind of mural outside the theater. It closed in the mid-1990’s, was demolished and the site turned into part of the new food court.

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timquan on May 18, 2009 at 5:44 pm

That theatre was owned by General Cinema Corporation, which also had Cinemas in Cherry Hill and Echelon, NJ, and NE Philadelphia. Originally a single-screen theatre, was twinned in the mid-70s. Official name was Plymouth Meeting Cinema I & II.

gkoobrick on June 13, 2011 at 8:04 am

The theatre was on the first floor just beyond the church and across from a drug store. There was no mural outside just a glass wall exposing a fountain (that leaked so it wasn;t turned on).

rivest266 on October 10, 2016 at 7:45 am

June 29th, 1966 as well as the December 20th, 1970 grand openings in the photo section. Listings stopped in 1996.

rivest266 on October 10, 2016 at 7:46 am

This is not to be confused with the Plymouth Cinema at Ridge and Butler Pike operated by Budco and opened from October 15th, 1965-1984.

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