AMC Loews Paramus Route 4 Tenplex
260 E. Highway 4,
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Architects: Drew Eberson
Previous Names: Stanley Warner Route 4 Theatre, RKO Stanley Warner Theatre, Cineplex Odeon Tenplex
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News About This Theater
- May 23, 2012 — Celebrating the Original STAR WARS on its 35th Anniversary
- May 21, 2010 — Happy 30th, "Empire"
- Feb 10, 2010 — Back issue trade magazines online?
- Sep 5, 2008 — Biggest Non IMAX/Cinerama single theater screens ????
- Jul 9, 2007 — TRON...Happy 25th!
- May 25, 2007 — Happy 30th, Star Wars!
Also known as the Loews Cineplex Route 4 Tenplex, and not to be confused with the triplex on Route 17, this theater was the premiere theater in Paramus. Opened October 12, 1965 as a 2,000-seat single screen with Frank Sinatra in “Marriage on the Rocks”. It showed three strip Cinerama/Cinemiracle, and in the 1970’s it showed 70mm. Just a few years ago it was the first theatre in the state to present the digitally projected “Star Wars Episode I”.
Originally a giant modern theatre with the supersized Cinerama screen, it has been broken up and/or added onto multiple times. The first phase was the traditional upstairs-downstairs split which turned the balcony into a seperate theatre; the second split the former orchestra into two unequal rooms. Additional screens were added in two separate construction phases which probably quadrupled the number of seats.
It closed in May 2007.
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