Pike Theater

12109 Rockville Pike,
Rockville, MD 20852

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Pike Theater

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The Pike Theater opened May 26, 1964 at the Rockville Shopping Center, with 550 seats, designed by architect William Mayne. It was opened independently. Showcase Enterprises tookover on January 1, 1973. It closed about 1988.

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Giles
Giles on December 19, 2013 at 6:07 am

there was a movie theater here? I honestly don’t remember seeing anything here, but did see movies now and then up the Pike at the Congressional 5.

sconnell1
sconnell1 on December 28, 2013 at 8:21 pm

The Pike theater opened on Wednesday, May 27, 1964 with “The Pink Panther” which opened in its local run with many other theaters after playing 9 weeks at RKO Keith’s in downtown D.C.

2ndStix
2ndStix on March 28, 2014 at 4:24 am

This was pretty much the only big single-screen for miles in the 70’s. Got a lot of good mileage out of the Pike; endlessly stood in line in freezing weather there to see “Superman” in 1978; saw many other titles there as well — “Logan’s Run,” “Capricorn One,” “Star Wars” and finally “All of Me” in 1984. Had no idea “Car Wash” premiered there; that’s cool. (And thanks for the info, sconnell1.)

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