Originally built as a six-plex in 1988, General Cinema added a seventh screen shortly after opening and then three more screens in the 1990s. Laemmle Theatres took over in December 2001 after a brief closing, and returned the cinema to its seven-screen configuration with over 2000 seats. The three closed screens are located to the right of the entrance and have been converted to retail.
August 2013 photos from the Scott Neff collection.
March 2008 photos from the Mark Campbell collection.
January 2005 photos from the Scott Neff collection.
September 2001 photos from the Bob Meza collection.
Photos from the Scott Neff collection.
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