Cinemark Movies 6

6424 North Grape Road,
Mishawaka, IN 46545

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Originally built by General Cinema, the location is now a discount multiplex run by Cinemark. Still running 35mm on 5 screens, with digital and 3D in one of the larger houses.

Contributed by Aaron Garman

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aarongarman
aarongarman on November 15, 2011 at 11:27 pm

Found some more information:

Opening as a General Cinema was 12 December 1986.

-Three Amigos (on 2 screens) -Top Gun -Jumping Jack Flash -Name of the Rose -Boy Who Could Fly

There were also special late night showings on that Friday/Saturday:

-Rocky Horror Picture Show -The Wall -Risky Business -The Song Remains the Same -Day of the Dead -Up in Smoke

On Saturday 13 December, there were some children matinees:

-Care Bears
-Charlotte’s Web

Not a bad start for it’s opening weekend. I can’t even imagine being there that weekend: a new, big multiplex with Dolby Stereo. I was only 5 when this thing opened, but I would grown up seeing many films here. The most memorable experience was Titanic. I remember that they finally had digital sound in place for Titanic and boy what a great job they did with it. I remember very vividly seeing it in SDDS and being blown away. I went on to see a total of 4 times here. Sadly, those digital sound systems were gone after Cinemark took over.

Chris1982
Chris1982 on August 30, 2014 at 1:58 am

When the theatre was first sumbitted it was a first run house.

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