W. Florissant Avenue & Lucus and Hunt Road,
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The Northland Cinema was opened by General Cinemas on November 23, 1966. It was originally a 1,000 seat, single screen, but was split down the middle into a twin in October 1976. The building raised in the front with an all glass front and brightly lit lobby. The concession was in the middle of the lobby and the color scheme was of orange and browns.
It closed for a while when GCC left the St. Louis market and was later opened and operated as an independent. It finally closed for good July 29, 1999 and was later demolished.
It was a stand-alone building located at the southernmost end of the Northland Shopping Center which was also demolished in 2007.
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