Loews Northpoint Plaza 4

2399 Northpoint Boulevard,
Baltimore, MD 21219

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Loews Northpoint Plaza 4

Opened March 16, 1966 with 911 seats, the Northpoint Plaza Theater orginated as single screen, first run movie theater. It could screen 70mm and Todd-AO films

Acquired by JF Theaters in 1984 it was converted into a 4-screen theatre from November 20, 1984. It was eventually acquired by Loews Theaters. It ran as discount house up until the summer of 1998 where it would find its demise. The building was demolished soon after and a Walmart was put in its place.

Contributed by Steven P. Majer Jr.

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TLSLOEWS on August 5, 2010 at 12:35 pm

Another Walmart is at this former Loews location.

rivest266 on February 7, 2017 at 1:01 pm

Picture of the cinema from the Mary Poppins Ad from July 27th, 1973 can be found in the photo section. It opened on March 27th, 1966. I was unable to find an grand opening ad in the Sun.

rivest266 on February 10, 2017 at 2:51 pm

4 screens on November 20th, 1984. Tiny ad in the photo section.

Movie_Mike on October 1, 2017 at 7:43 pm

I was the manager of the Northpoint when it opened as a 4-plex. Some great memories here. I was also the manager when a storm tore the roof off. While repairing it, a workman, who was welding, dropped sparks into one of the auditoriums, setting the seats on fire. I ended up moving to the Yorkridge. I moved to Kansas City in 1995. 2 weeks ago I was visiting Baltimore and stopped by the old girl, now a Walmart. Sadly, most of the theatres I managed in Baltimore (Yorkridge, Northpoint, Joppatowne, Campus Hills, Timonium) were gone.

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