Page Cinema Arts Theatre
5584 Airway Road,
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This neighborhood theatre was opened on May 24, 1967 by Century Theatres just south of Wright Patterson Air Force base. The theatre opened with James Coburn in “In Like Flint” with actress Kathryn Grayson in attendance.
Century operated the theatre for a couple of years and afterward sold it to Holiday Amusements, which in turn, sold the theatre to Chakeres Theatres later. On December 21, 1977 Chakeres added a second screen to the right rear corner of the auditorium. National Amusements operated the Page Manor Twin from 1988 to 1993, and from 1993 to 1998, Telkamp Theatres ran the theatre.
After being shuttered for almost six years, the Page Manor was reopened in January 2004 under independent ownership. “The Rocky Horror Picture Show” played at the Page Manor Twin Cinemas Saturdays at midnight. The theatre was closed once again in October 2006.
A re-opening as the Page Cinema Arts Theatre was planned for April 2010, with new operators Nouveau Cinema Group Inc. Programming would consist of live performances, classic movies, childrens movies and late night show. A nearby fire caused the theatre to close and it was demolished in April 2011.
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