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The theater was great….things started to change when they added 4 more screens. The original 4 screens was the Cine at it’s finest.
What year did this theater close?
The building where the projection booth was, is still is
I do remember Ken Snyder well. We performed together many times.
Almost positive that I saw Corvette Summer at this drive in with the second feature being Logan’s Run in 1978.
My mother rented a cottage nearby during that summer.
We both lived and still live in Rochester, NY. I have vague but precious memories of that summer.
I was involved in Rocky from 81-83. Good times!
If memory serves, Dick Tracy was the only 70mm film there.
Moose, I’d like to see some old pix and hear more stories. As a kid, I remeber seeing the outside of the thater and the marquee. I remember when they tore it down. Did it have the stadium seating there? King Kong Escapes as one of the features.
Theaters 1 and 2 were amoung the best theaters to view a movie. The screens in those were very large and the newly installed Dolby Stereo made for a great viewing experience.
I remember Fred Powers well from my Rocky Horror days.
Dave, I believe it was called the “Holiday-Cine”. I, too, remember it.
I never saw a film there, but I remember the sign.
It late became a comic club. Now I don’t know what it is.
I vividly remeber seeing “Mother,Jugs, and Speed” advertised as playing there. That was released in 1976, so it was there at that date.
Hope that helps!