Gulfgate Cinema I & II
7400 South Loop East,
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The Gulfgate Cinema I & II was one of three new General Cinemas twin indoor theaters that opened on April 14, 1965 at 7:30 p.m. Its sister theaters were the Meyerland and the Northline. The premier feature on all screens was "Mister Moses" with Robert Mitchum and Carroll Baker. Mitchum was slated to appear in person at all three theaters, and the Gulfgate Cinema was his first scheduled stop. All three theaters boasted "modern hi-fi transistor sound."
A foot bridge spanned Loop 610 between the Gulfgate Cinema and its namesake mall. A storage facility and a Metro bus stop now stand on the Gulfgate property, but the foot bridge still remains.
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