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Valley View 16


2007 Photo from the Adam Martin collection
AMC Theatres
13331 Preston Rd #2300
Dallas TX 75240
(972) 724-8000

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 Opened: May 14, 2004
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Information for this tour was contributed by Arthur Camarillo.

In 1999, Valley View Center plans for redeveloping the mall, and the addition of a 20-screen AMC Theater as a fifth anchor. After several delays, construction began as a 16-screener in 2003 on top of the Sears store.

AMC Valley View 16 opened in May 14, 2004 with such films like "Troy", "Van Helsing", "Mean Girls", "Man On Fire", "Breaking All The Rules", "13 Going On 30", "New York Minute", "Laws Of Attraction", "Kill Bill: Vol. 2", and "Envy".

The grand opening was marked by a ceremonial "ticket-tearing" featuring Dat Nguyen and Jason Witten of the Dallas Cowboys.

The theater features two largest auditoriums with 299 seats, with huge 50-foot wide screens with top and bottom masking for "Cinemascope" movies. Other auditoriums range from 250+ to 92 seats and are equipped with Dolby CP-650s with Dolby Digital, QSC amps, and JBL speakers and subwoofers.

By 2018, plans to redevelop the property once again seem to have run out of funds and most of the mall is closed off except for the area leading to the theater.

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January 2019 photos from the Adam Martin collection.


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June 2018 photos from the Adam Martin collection.


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August 2016 photos from the Adam Martin collection.


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October 2007 photos from the Adam Martin collection.


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Last featured 7/7/2018. Last edited 7/7/2018.


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