Fox Cineplex is D'Place
60 W. Ramsey Street,
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D'Place Entertainment (Official)
Operated by: D'Place Entertainment
Firms: Design Collective
Functions: Movies (First Run)
Styles: Spanish Colonial
Previous Names: Banning Theatre, Fox Banning Theatre, Fox Cineplex Theatre
News About This Theater
- Nov 25, 2009 — Fox Cineplex in Banning, CA gets $1.3 million makeover
- Oct 23, 2007 — Banning Fox sprucing up
The 656-seat Banning Theatre opened as a single screen on May 23, 1928 with Buster Keaton in “Steamboat Bill Jr.” plus newsreels, a comedy movie and a boys Quartet from San Bernardino performed on the stage. Built by J.J. Corey, it was immediately leased to West Coast Theatres to operate. Later taken over by Fox West Coast Theatres. It has now been split into a triplex, and is still in operation.
The theatre was renovated in November 2009 to the plans of architectural firm Design Collective.
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