Inland Cinema I & II
474 W. Orange Show Road,
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Firms: Tucker, Sadler & Bennett
Previous Names: Inland Cinema
Opened by Stateside Theatres as a 1,232-seat single screen on November 29, 1967. The Inland Cinema was designed by the San Diego architectural firm Tucker, Sadler & Bennett, and was similar to their Century 21 Theatre, Annaheim, the Valley Plaza Theatre, Bakersfield and the Century 21, San Diego. It was taken over by Loews later in 1967. It was twinned on November 29, 1974 and taken over by General Cinema. It was closed on September 10, 1992.
By 2005, it was operating as an Inland Sound & Cinema audio/video store.
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