Regal Crossroads 8

1200 156th Avenue N.E.,
Bellevue, WA 98008

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Regal Crossroads 8

Tom Moyer’s Luxury Theatres originally opened the Crossroads 8 on December 9, 1988 with auditoriums ranging from 200 to 750 seats. The Seattle Times said the theater was built behind the old Crossroads four-plex at the mall, which would be converted into stores.

Act III Theatres assumed operations in 1989 and finally Regal Cinemas in 1998.

Contributed by Ron Pierce

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JackCoursey on December 20, 2015 at 9:11 pm

Is this theatre still equipped with 70 mm projection?

Ghostowngay on March 17, 2016 at 12:39 pm

I worked here when I was 15 back in 1989. It was my first job ever. At the time, it was all brand new and neon. I haven’t been back in over 20 years but I imagine it’s dated.

Coate on June 19, 2017 at 10:41 pm

Crossroads was among just eleven theaters in the United States that installed the then-new Dolby Digital sound system for their engagement of “Batman Returns” which opened twenty-five years ago today. And here’s the link to a retrospective article that commemorates the occasion.

MotoFox on June 20, 2017 at 10:42 pm

According to;f=12;t=001143 this was one of the several theatres where Dolby Digital (AC3) premiered. Screened “Batman Returns” in SR/AC3.

Ghost— there’s lots of neon still at the Vancouver Plaza and a number of other former Act III/late Tom Moyer cinemas built during that period. I think it was a standard design motif that Regal kept. Dated but I think it still looks neat.

Coate on June 21, 2017 at 12:23 am

MotoFox: Did you not see my post from yesterday??? I mentioned the Dolby Digital thing and posted a link to the very same article.

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