Mann Fallbrook Twin Theatre
22940 Vanowen Street,
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Architects: J. Arthur Drielsma
Previous Names: Fox Fallbrook Theatre, Fox Fallbrook Twin Theatre
The Fox Fallbrook Theatre was opened March 16, 1966 by National General Theatres with Richard Burton in “The Spy Who Came in from the Cold”. The Fallbrook was like the smaller single story neighborhood version of the National Theatre in Westwood.
It along with the Fox Covina Theatre, the Fox Fallbrook Theatre was twinned on April 9, 1976 and the latter triplexed (Covina). During its last years, Mann Theatres which was the last chain to operate the theatre. They would book second run films and then GCC would build a new seven-plex next door. The Fox Fallbrook Theatre, like early GCC houses, were built in part of the parking lots to malls.
The Mann Fallbrook Twin Theatre was closed on November 8, 1987 with Whoopi Goldberg in “Fatal Beauty” & Kevin Costner in “No Way Out”. The theatre sat for about two years before it was demolished and a Chucky Cheese was built on the site.
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