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Alderwood Village 12 Cinemas


2001 Photo from the Dave Felthous collection
3815 196th St SW
Lynnwood WA 98036

Demolished 2003
Record #2524  
 Opened: 1987
 Closed: 2001
 Demolished: 2003
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Current Organ: none
 Also Known As:
 Previously operated by: San Carlos Cinemas, Luxury Theatres, Act III Theatres, Regal Cinemas

Information for this tour was contributed by Dave Felthous.

This discount house opened in 1987 in a huge former supermarket. It was built by San Carlos Theaters of Petaluma, CA, which had a similar operation in Sparks, NV, in a building under the same ownership as the old Lynnwood foodstore. The theater had stiff, uncomfortable seats and poor quality mono sound, but was popular with bargain-hunters for most of its life. Later a part of the Act III chain, the present owner, Regal Cinemas, closed Cinema 12 in January 2001 as part of its downsizing program.



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Last featured 3/18/2004. Last edited 9/9/2013.

 
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