North Point Cinema 75
5037 Suder Avenue,
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Previous Names: Cine North, Super Ciné-North, Cinema North
Ciné-North was a non-descript theatre that opened at the edge of northern Toledo’s Point Place neighborhood in the Foodtown Plaza Shopping Center. The theatre opened with a group of diminutive, automated cinés in Toledo and elsewhere in the country. It launched December 23, 1970 with “Airport”. Its sister operation, the Ciné-Mini 1 & 2 at Greenwood Mall opened a twin-screen automated facility within two months on February 12, 1971.
When the Greenwood Mall Ciné-Mini changed its names to the Super-Ciné, Ciné-North rebranded as Super-Ciné North. In the final two years of its operation, the theatre screened mostly adult fare though mixing in family titles when school was out.
The facility became the Cinema North. Cinema North closed with a return engagement of “Caligula” featuring a 4-track mag/op stereo print. This demonstrated their commitment to presentation to the bitter end which came March 20, 1981. It reopened under new management and was renamed North Point Cinema 75 which operated until 1986 offering XXX movies and sub-run movies. The facility was converted to other retail purposes and became the Kroger Plaza Shopping Center until that store also left. In the 21st Century, the property just had a sign reading “Plaza”.
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