South York Cinemas 4

214 Pauline Drive,
York, PA 17402

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Operated by: FunTime Cinemas

Functions: Movies (Second Run)

Previous Names: Cinema 83, South York Plaza Cinemas 4

Phone Numbers:
Manager: 717.741.5409

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South York Cinemas 4

The 4-screen Cinema 83 was opened on January 23, 1982. It was closed on April 5, 1998 A year later on May 7, 1999 it was taken over by Premier Cinemas and the total seating capacity was reduced to 500. It was closed in 2002. New owners took over and it was renamed South York Plaza Cinemas 4. By 2019 it was owned and operated by FunTime Cinemas. This theater offers both films and concessions at low prices, and is well maintained.

Admission prices in 2012 are; $2.50 before 6pm, $2.50 seniors and children 12 and under, $4.50 adults. $1 surcharge for 3D films.

Contributed by Daniel G Irwin

Recent comments (view all 5 comments)

Mike (saps)
Mike (saps) on March 2, 2013 at 9:41 pm

Here is the correct link for this cinema, which I soon hope to visit.

BingSHB on January 7, 2016 at 10:40 pm

For the prices, it’s fine. I’ve seen several movies here in the past couple of months and only a couple of them were projected properly. They have digital projection, but every movie I’ve seen in Scope was being projected with the sides cropped. Also, the 3D projection was atrocious. Again, it’s cheap and I guess that’s enough for some people. I’m guessing they do very well with the family films as animated movies play a long time here.

Theaters 1 & 4 seat about 100, and 2 & 3 seat about 120.

dallasmovietheaters on May 18, 2019 at 12:50 pm

Greater Baltimore Cinema launched its first Pennsylvania location with the discount, sub-run Cinema 83 at South York Plaza with four free screenings on January 23, 1992 with regular runs the next day. Screens 1 & 2 seated 170 at launch with 3 & 4 with 130 for a total of 600 total seats. The theatre closed on April 5, 1998.

Over a year later, Premier Cinema relaunched with wider seats taking the screen count down to 500 seats. They launched May 7, 1999 as Premier Cinemas at York likely opting to close at the end of the 10th year of the lease. Under new ownership, the theatre became the South York Plaza Cinema 4 in September of 2002. FunTime Cinemas was running the theatre South York Cinemas 4 as of 2019.

rivest266 on May 20, 2019 at 11:56 pm

May 7th, 1999 grand opening ad in the photo section.

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