Noland Fashion Cinema

13520 East 40 Highway,
Independence, MO 64055

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The Noland Fashion Cinema opened in 1996 by Dickinson Cinemas seating 2,450. An impressive facade for a multiplex with twin red brick towers supporting a large overhand with the theatre name in neon on the overhand. A three window box office to the right of the entrance leads into a large spacious lobby with a center concession area. The auditoriums are nice and complemented with a deep red and brown trim. Plent of leg room between the aisles. Now operated by the independent Globe Cinemas company.

Contributed by Charles Van Bibber

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swdailey
swdailey on October 29, 2006 at 8:12 am

This theater was built by Dickinson, not Globe. This whole area of South Noland Road was the hot area of Independence construction activity in the late 80s but has since fallen on hard times (at least in terms of major investment). AMC’s Independence Commons 20 is about 3 miles.

karlyjm
karlyjm on February 6, 2008 at 11:01 pm

Globe Cinemas didn’t build a single theatre I don’t believe. He just bought out old buildings and re-opened them.

fbuckie
fbuckie on March 7, 2009 at 1:06 am

This is a six screen theatre, not an eight screen theatre.

Aparofan
Aparofan on June 12, 2009 at 11:16 am

I’m pretty sure this theater opened in the mid 80’s. I remember going there in high school and I graduated in 1988. It’s a little run down now but it’s a decent second run house.

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