125 N. Bell Street,
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Jones Theatres (Official)
Architects: Jack Corgan
Styles: Streamline Moderne
News About This Theater
The Hornbeck Theatre was opened by Griffith Consolidated Theatres Inc. on July 10, 1947 with Don Defore in “It Happened on 5th Avenue”.
In 1973 the balcony area was remodeled into a piggyback twin–named the Penthouse. Currently the theatre is operated by Jones Theatres, Inc. in a joint venture with Carmike Cinemas Inc.
There are 509 seats downstairs (Hornbeck) and 286 upstairs (Penthouse).
The architect for the original Hornbeck building was Jack Corgan and Associates. Architect on the remodeling and creation of the upstairs Penthouse Theatre in 1972 was Larry Blackledge and Associates. It was closed on September 29, 2020 with repertory screenings of “Back to the Future” & “The Goonies”
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