Sabal Palms Luxury Cinemas 6

2539 South US Highway 1,
Fort Pierce, FL 34982

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rivest266 on December 16, 2021 at 1:08 pm

Reopened again by Nova Cinemas on September 12th, 2003, with the official opening on November 1st and closed on January 31, 2009. more ads posted.

rivest266 on December 16, 2021 at 1:07 pm

This closed in 1999 by Regal Cinemas and reopened by Sunstar Theatres on January 18th, 2002, who closed it on October 17th.

Sunstar Sabal Palm 6 closedSunstar Sabal Palm 6 closed 17 Oct 2002, Thu Fort Pierce Tribune (Fort Pierce, Florida)

rivest266 on December 15, 2021 at 10:24 pm

More details: Renamed Sabal Palm 6 on August 2nd, 1985. a July 10th, 1992, ad has been uploaded announcing new screens, seats etc.

rivest266 on December 15, 2021 at 8:01 pm

On January 9th, 1969, the Village Theatre premiered with “Cocgan’s Bluff” and was taken over by Chris McGuire theatres on September 12th, 1969. Cobb Theatres took over on April 4th, 1977, and added a second screen on April 4th, 1977, before expanding to its present six screens on December 17th, 1982. Regal Cinemas bought it in 1997, Sunstar Theatres in 2002, and Nova Theatres in 2005. Grand opening ads and pictures uploaded in the photo section.

dallasmovietheaters on April 1, 2021 at 7:34 pm

The Village Theatre opened for McGuire Cinema Circuit in February of 1969 in the Searstown Shopping Center which had a Sears and a Woolworth’s. The theatre raised eyebrows with midnight X-rated films in the 1970s. The theatre was twinned in 1977 becoming the Village Twin Theatre 1 & 2. The theatre played “ET” for five months only closing in November of 1982 for the theatre to be redesigned as a six-plex, the Village Theatres VI relaunching in December of 1982.

The theatres closed briefly when the entire Searstown Shopping Center became the Sabal Palms Plaza in August of 1985 and theatre became the Sabal Palms Cinema VI. It later became the Sabal Palms Luxury Cinemas 6.