Mall Cinema 4
1500 E. 11th Avenue,
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Previous Names: Mall Cinemas
Commonwealth Theatres opened the Mall Cinemas on September 25, 1985, as their 418th screen in 13 states. The Hutchinson News noted that there were 744 seats divided among the four auditoriums.
In October of 1988, the cinema became part of United Artists Theatres. Later operators included Crown Cinema in November of 1990 and Hollywood Theaters in September of 1996.
In August of 1997 it was reported in the Hutchinson News that after 12 years Dickinson Theatres was returning to town. In a trade they had acquired the Mall 8 and the Mall 4 from Hollywood Theaters. The Hutchinson News noted the closing of the Mall 4 at the end of December 2001.
Since July of 2002, the former Mall Cinema 4 has been occupied by Kansas Kid’s Museum, located near the food court.
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