Colorado Cinemas I-II-III-IV
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Previously operated by: AMC Theatres
Architects: Vincent G. Raney
Styles: Pueblo Deco
It was on Colorado Boulevard near E. Alameda Avenue in the Glendale district of Denver. It was one of the first multiplexes in the area, opening two screens on June 30, 1973 with Edward Fox in “The Day of the Jackal” & Burt Reynolds in “The Man Who Loved Cat Dancing”. On July 27, 1973 the other two screens opened with Richard Harris in “Camelot” & “Charlotte’s Web”.
The outside was stucco with a entry way of a huge arch 2 or 3 feet before the main doors.
The movie “American Graffiti” starring Richard Dreyfuss was the fifth movie to play in the multiplex and was still on the marquee for the cinema’s first birthday. The Colorado Cinemas I, II, III, IV were operated by AMC Theatres.
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