Bowles Crossing 12 Cinema

8035 W. Bowles Avenue,
Littleton, CO 80123

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At one time the Bowles Crossing Cinema was part of the Colorado Cinemas but is now operated by Kerasotes. The theatre features stadium seating, digital projection and sound and shows first-run attractions.

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JRed
JRed on June 2, 2009 at 3:26 am

Bowles Crossing 12 was built by Mann Theatres and opened in 1994 if memory serves. It featured digital sound on every screen (mostly DTS) and curtain calls in every auditorium before every show. It was also the first Colorado theater to feature THX in every single auditorium. In 2000 most of the Colorado Mann theaters were purchased by Colorado Cinema Holdings Limited Liability Corporation. Stadium seating was added to each auditorium. A couple of years ago Kerasotes purchased these same Colorado theaters. The curtains are never ever used any more because they are very difficult to maintain properly.

kvldfjlkahgjhjghijigfjhigfjh1digital projection screen that is usually reserved for 3D movies. As of this writing they have uet to run a 2D movie

JRed
JRed on June 2, 2009 at 3:28 am

Sorry about that above, the browser was not showing my text input.

ANYWAY, as I was typing; Bowles Crossing 12 has 11 film projectors and 1 digital video projector which they usually reserve for 3D movies. In fact, as of this writing, they have yet to show a 2D movie in the auditorium that was converted for digital video.

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