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This is the West Hills cinema that existed in the 1980s:
West Hills was a 4-screen theater that showed independent/foreign films in the 1980s. Films I saw there included Kiss of the Spider Woman, Blue Velvet, Baghdad Cafe, and My Life as a Dog.
Look at Rivest’s link in his comments on the Northway Mall. The newspaper ads he links to do show a West Hills Theater existed in the 1980s.
No don’t delete this entry. The West Hills theater was an actual theater.It was open in the mid 1980’s and only stayed open for a few years. It had 4 screens. I believe it was located on University blvd. between route 60 and route 51 in moon township.I know for a fact this was a real theater I remember seeing it in an old newpaper.I also rememeber seeing the theater itself.
Thank you dave-bronx, you are absolutely correct. My mistake. Forgot that Upper St. Clair, PA is an actual city and not included in the listing for Pittsburgh. The webmaster should delete this listing.
The Village Theatre is listed here on this site – see theatre #9335.
Well, after thinking about this and refreshing my memories, the theater name is actually South Hills Villiage. I asked the webmaster to either correct the name or delete this post and I’ll start another under the new name. Sorry for the confusion.