Jumpers VII Cinemas

Jumpers Mall, Jumpers Hole Road,
Pasadena, MD 21122

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Previously operated by: Loews, Premiere Cinemas

Previous Names: Jumpers 5 Cinemas

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Jumpers VII Cinemas

When the Jumpers 5 Cinemas were built in the Jumpers Mall in Pasadena, Maryland owners found out within a few years the theatres were just too small for a growing North East population. It was seen by officials at Rappaport Theatres that two more screens were needed. Jumpers VI and Jumpers VII opened in June 1984 in time to play "Conan""Cannonball Run" and "Muppets Take Manhattan", The two added screens will give Moviegoers over 600 extra seats. It was closed on January 22, 1999.

Contributed by Mike Rogers

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Ret. AKC (NAC) CCC Bob Jensen, Manteno, Illinois
Ret. AKC (NAC) CCC Bob Jensen, Manteno, Illinois on July 21, 2010 at 2:18 pm

Closed 2001?

Previously operated by:

Rappaport Theaters

Loews Theaters

Need a better address, more info and photos.

Mike Rogers
Mike Rogers on July 21, 2010 at 2:42 pm

Wish I could help more,but i got the info from an old Boxoffice magazine.

TLSLOEWS on July 22, 2010 at 5:04 pm

A.K.A Loews Jumpers? That would be a strange name.

refrost69 on February 17, 2013 at 4:37 pm

I want to say this theater opened in 1974-75. Started as a 3 screen theater, later expanded to 5, and eventually to 7. Saw Star Wars there in 1977 with The Incredible Melting Man playing next door. Theater had a long life. Outlasted it’s 3 contemporaries, Harundale, Ritchie, and Glen Burnie Mall, and even the Glen Burnie Towwncenter 7 that opened in 1986. Torn down for LA Fitness.

Scraggler on April 1, 2015 at 10:59 pm

Yeah, this one was there for a long time. Before Marley opened, this was THE place to go to the movies in the GB/Pasadena area. Saw Beverly Hills Cop, Aliens, Gremlins and a ton of others there. The biggest problem with the theaters is that they were really long instead of wide and the screens were pretty small. You had to sit in the first 15 rows or it seemed like you were watching a large TV…from really far away. When they switched to the discount cinema, the managers actually let me show my first feature there and it ran for two weeks!!

Ftopel on June 1, 2017 at 5:09 pm

Found an article in the Baltimore Sun on the 1999 closing, before it became Premiere Cinemas. Includes great photos of one of the houses from above (must be from the booth), the popcorn machine and the box office!

Keith1974 on August 18, 2018 at 10:45 am

Towards the end, when it was a $1.99 second-run house, there were ceiling leaks in two of the theaters that they didn’t bother fixing; they just put buckets out and kept selling tickets! I recall families with small children being outraged and demanding refunds.

50sSNIPES on February 15, 2023 at 5:55 pm

Closed on January 22, 1999.

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