AMC Andorra 8 Theatre
9100 Ridge Avenue,
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In 1964 the Andorra Theatre was opened as a single screen theatre with 1,000 seats by the William Goldman Theatre Co. In 1973 the William Goldman Theatre Co. was sold to Budco Theatres Co.
In late-1976, Budco twinned the Andorra. In 1984, Budco added two more screens, making it a four-plex theatre. In 1985, Budco added two more screens, making the Andorra a six-plex.
In mid 1986, American Multi-Cinema Inc. (AMC Theatres) acquired the Budco Theatres chain, adding the Andorra 6, as well as the Orleans 8, the 309 Cinema 4/9 and The Cheltenham Twin. In mid 1990, AMC added two more screens, making it an eight-plex.
Due to it’s location (and being less than three miles away from the nearby AMC (former General Cinema) Plymouth Meeting 12 Theatres), the AMC Andorra closed it’s doors for good on January 5, 2003. It has since been demolished, and a health club was built on the site.
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