Information for this tour was contributed by Kyle Muldrow.
The St. Andrews Cinema was opened by Arthur Enterprises as a single-screen theater in 1970. When that chain went out of business in 1977, Wehrenberg took it over for a few years. In 1983, the theater became an independent second-run discount theater, which it still is to this day. In 1997, the theater was expanded from one to three screens. It is now the only discount movie theater in the St. Louis/St. Charles County area.
June 2016 photos from the Adam Martin collection.
July 2002 photos from the Adam Martin collection.
May 1996 photos from the Adam Martin collection.
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