Flagship Cinemas Palmyra

Route 422 and Apple Blossom Lane,
Palmyra, PA 17078

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Operated by: Flagship Cinemas

Previously operated by: Cinema Center

Functions: Movies (First Run)

Previous Names: Cinema Center 12

Phone Numbers: Box Office: 717.838.4809
Manager: 717.838.4809

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Flagship Cinemas Palmyra

Located in the North Londonderry Shopping Center. Originally opened on January 16, 1998 as a 12-screen cinema by Cinema Center. It had 2,300-seats. It was closed in 2009. Reopened by Flagship Cinemas in 2014 as an 8-screen cinema.

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jackferry
jackferry on January 1, 2006 at 7:12 am

About as cookie cutter as a megaplex can be. Volume is usually kept low due to the thin walls between the screens. Endless pre-film ads. Poor presentation is always par for the course here.

On a recent visit here I had a horrible movie-going experience with poor sound, failure to immediately switch sound over from the ads to the film once the film started, wall lights left on during the entire film, outrageously overpriced snacks, sticky floors and, of course, rude/noisy teens. Places like this will ultimately kill the theater industry.

CSWalczak
CSWalczak on August 15, 2009 at 5:07 pm

According to this article, the theater has closed:
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muviebuf
muviebuf on December 24, 2016 at 8:56 pm

Re-opened a couple of years ago under the Flagship Theatres banner. The complex was reconfigured from 12 screens down to an 8 screen recline-o-plex.

dallasmovietheaters
dallasmovietheaters on September 23, 2021 at 6:59 am

Martro Theatres Inc. of Millersburg announced the Cinema Center to be located in a former Jamesway retail store in 1997. It was designed as a $2.5 million 12-screen theatre which opened 2,300 seats. The architects were Fountainhead Associates. The North Londberry Square had opened theatre-less in 1989 and ran into financial issues. Martro went into the project after also taking over a former Ames Department store in Bloomsburg and converted it to an 8-plex.

It closed on July 29, 2009. Since being reopened in October of 2014, it has reduced seat count with recliner seating.

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