Cine Starz St. Laurent
1200 St. Laurent Boulevard,
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Imagine Cinemas (Official)
Operated by: Imagine Cinemas
Previously operated by: Cineplex Odeon, Odeon Theatres (Canada) Ltd., Rainbow Cinemas
Functions: Movies (Second Run)
Previous Names: Odeon I and Odeon II, St. Laurent Theatre, Rainbow Ottawa, Imagine Cinemas St. Laurent Centre
Located in the St. Laurent Shopping Centre. Opened as a twin by Odeon Theatres (Canada) Ltd. on October 10, 1968. Renovated and became a 5-plex on December 25, 1991. Closed in 2001. Re-opened by Rainbow Cinemas/Magic Lantern Theatres in 2005. It was taken over by Imagine Cinemas in 2016. On February 28, 2020 it was renamed Cine Starz St. Laurent.
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Originally 2 screens, renovated to 5 screens in 1991.
This opened as a twin and renovated into a 5-plex. Grand opening ads are uploaded here.
This theatre is now part of the Imagine Cinemas chain and should be renamed as the Imagine Cinemas St. Laurent Centre.
Imagine Cinemas St. Laurent Centre
This opened on October 10th, 1968. The grand opening ad below Odeon St. Laurent Shopping Centre theatre opening Wed, Oct 9, 1968 – 28 · The Ottawa Citizen (Ottawa, Ontario, Canada) · Newspapers.com
Became a 5-plex on December 25th, 1991.
Effective February 28, 2020 this location is now Cine Starz St Laurent.
Annonce d'ouverture officielle en français publiée.
The twin first opened with Interlude and Petulia as its opening films. When Cineplex Odeon expanded it to five screens on Christmas Day 1991, its opening films were The Prince of Tides, For the Boys, An American Tail: Fievel Goes West, Cape Fear, and My Girl. Cineplex Odeon closed it on February 15, 2001, with its final films being Seducing Maarya, Shadow of the Vampire, Billy Elliot, Sugar and Spice, and Vertical Limit. Rainbow Cinemas then re-opened the complex with January 28 and 29, 2005, as “Free Movie Days” with Spider-Man 2, The Notebook, Team America: World Police, Shall We Dance, The Grudge, Shrek 2, and Alfie. On January 31, 2005, the cinema formally opened with The Polar Express, Alexander, The SpongeBob SquarePants Movie, Blade: Trinity, Bridget Jones: The Edge of Reason, Lemony Snicket’s A Series of Unfortunate Events, Shark Tale, and Ladder 49.
French language grand opening ad from 1991 posted
CorusFTW: “ Cineplex Odeon closed it on February 15, 2001, with its final films being Seducing Maarya, Shadow of the Vampire, Billy Elliot, Sugar and Spice, and Vertical Limit.”
Cineplex Odeon (Universal) ran the theatre when it was transferred to Loews Cineplex in 1998. They, Loews Cineplex, closed that theatre like you said.