Landmark 12 Guildford

15051 101st Avenue,
Surrey, BC V3R 7Z1

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Landmark 12 Guildford

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This theatre opened as a single screen in 1967. It became a twin in July 1977 and was further expanded in 1986, 1996 and 2005, going to 12 screens. It was operated by NGC, Famous Players and Empire Theatres.

Seating is now listed at 3,450 with the smallest auditorium listed at 163 and the largest at 389. The theatre features first run attractions and a special almost half price admission on Reel Tuesdays. It was taken over by Landmark Theatres in 2013.

Any further information on this theatre would be appreciated.

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rl_83 on May 24, 2012 at 11:05 pm

The expansions in 1977 and 1986 I believe turned the original screen ( now #7, used to be #1 ) into a twin and then a 4 plex.

The building in its current form has remained unchanged since it’s 1998/1999 expansion into the 12 screen.

There was no additional expansions in 96, or 2005 despite incorrect information out there.

Screens 3-10 were THX certified until Empire’s takeover in 2005. This complex features all digital projection now.

rivest266 on February 9, 2014 at 2:14 pm

November 6th, 1998 grand opening ad as Silver City in the photo section.

ScreenClassic on August 6, 2014 at 11:29 pm

This should be renamed as the Landmark 12 Guildford, as Landmark Cinemas took this theatre over in October 2013 as part of its acquisition of Empire’s Western Canada and Ontario theatres.

rl_83 on January 30, 2016 at 6:19 pm

A few more updates on this site:

The original twin theater opened in July 1977, and was inside the mall. The Spy Who Loved Me, and The Rescuers were the opening films.

The twin in the mall closed in August 1986, and then re-opened in the new building in the parking lot as a 4-plex.

The 4-plex opened on Oct 31, 1986 with the following films: Crocodile Dundee, Trick or Treat, The Color of Money and Children of a Lesser God.

This complex existed until November 1998, when it was incorporated and renovated into it’s current configuration as a 12-plex.

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