Stoneham Cinema

Redstone Plaza,
Main Street,
Stoneham, MA 02180

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Stoneham Cinema

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General Cinemas opened this single screen cinema in a former duckpin bowling alley in the 1960’s. It was twinned in the 1970’s, and then changed hands to an independent operator before closing in the early-1990’s. Now a Shaw’s supermarket.

Contributed by James Morris

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Ron Newman
Ron Newman on December 15, 2010 at 5:47 pm

Many earlier comments about this cinema are on the page of the nearby (and separate) Stoneham Theatre.

I can’t remember for sure — after GCC got rid of this, was it called Stoneham Flick for a while?

DENNISMAHANEY1
DENNISMAHANEY1 on December 31, 2015 at 6:30 pm

YES THIS WAS OPENED BY GENERAL CINEMA BUT IN 1967, I WAS THE MANAGER IT WAS A SINGLE AFTER I LEFT THEY MADE IT INTO A TWIN.

kevinm2017
kevinm2017 on July 29, 2017 at 4:21 pm

I need some help. Where does the name Redstone come from. I thought it might be from the owner of National amusements Sumner Redstone that may have had an interest in the cinema at the Redstone Plaza. Now that I read your post above, I see that may not be true. Anyone know where the name comes from?

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