Teatros El Senorial

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These theaters opened sometime in the 1970’s and always had 2 screens. I believe it was the 2nd theater built within a shopping center at the time where the convinience of shopping and having a nearby movie theater was popular, following Plaza Las Americas' lead. Operated by Wometco Theatres and latterly by Caribbean Cinemas

With the popularity of the nearby Montehiedra multiplex, this theater stopped operations sometime in the early-2000’s. I believe it’s now a T.G.I.Friday’s restaurant.

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laicram
laicram on January 9, 2009 at 4:44 am

It was operated by Cine Vista not Caribbean Cinemas and the T.G.I. Friday’s also closed after bankruptcy.

darkpitch07
darkpitch07 on May 9, 2010 at 9:36 pm

I remember in the 80’s and towards the mid-90’s being owned by Wometco/Cinevista. I saw “Cobra”, “The Karate Kid Part II”, “Short Circuit 2”, and “The Untouchables” there in the 1980’s. In the 1990’s, I saw “Nine Months” which came out in summer ‘95. When I came back to PR to visit by around 1998-99, it became Caribbean Cinemas.

Royal_Rican_Prince
Royal_Rican_Prince on October 13, 2011 at 5:59 pm

I saw Saturday Night Fever in this theatre.

bohique
bohique on July 26, 2015 at 10:38 pm

Actually, this cinema was originally a duplex until it was renovated somewhere in the mid to late 80s. I used to go there a lot since late seventies. There was (and still exists) a Baskin Robbins attached to the theatre (BR is all that remains of Wometco of Puerto Rico). Currently a Petsmart occupies the building. The final death blow was the opening of Caribbean Cinemas' Montehiedra Cineplex a few miles south in the 90s.

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