Everett Mall Cinemas
Everett Mall Way,
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Built in the mid-70’s as a triplex within the still-struggling Everett Mall. Typical General Cinema construction and decor – cinder block walls, red carpet, blue or red vinyl walls. A second triplex was added across the parking lot year or two later. One manager for both, and same for the union projectionist who shuttled between the two buildings several times a day via his own car.
All auditoriums had flat screens and immovable black masking, no curtains and no shadowbox. Blue stagelights bathed the screens between showings. The first three auditoriums were narrow and tunnel-like, the next three were wider and thus more pleasant. Approximate seatings: I @ 400, II @ 300, III @ 300, IV @ 300, V @ 250, VI @ 250.
All projectors were Century 35mm, lamphouses and platter systems were Christie. Mostly first run films were shown. When GCC collapsed, the theatres were absorbed by Regal, which soon replaced them with an updated 16 screen complex.
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