Chesterfield Mall 4 Cine'

545 Chesterfield Center,
Chesterfield, MO 63017

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Previously operated by: General Cinema Corp., Wehrenberg Theatres

Previous Names: Chesterfield Mall Cinema 4

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Chesterfield Mall 4 Cine'

Opened by GCC on December 22, 1978 as a free standing theatre at the Chesterfield Mall seating 1,250. An impressive red brick building with a free standing box office at the front center of the building. A fairly large lobby with a central concession and two auditoriums on each side. When GCC left the St. Louis market the Wehrenberg Theatre chain took over the lease on this theatre as well as numerous other GCC theatres. They operated with the change to the name as the Chesterfield Mall 4 Cine' and it closed on November 5, 2000. Wehrenberg filed for bankruptcy on January 6, 2001. The Chesterfield Mall 4 Cinema was demolished around 2002.

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IRONSWEDE on April 14, 2006 at 4:37 am

The Chesterfield Mall 4 Cine' was leveled around 2002. This was another good old theater. I cant say too much about this theater, I typically went to Chesterfield 6 when they were around. I did see all 3 Back to the Future movies here though. I am surprised that it didnt stick around longer, it seemed like a good location. I guess the newer theaters just got more traffic.

JAlex on October 17, 2009 at 9:06 am

Wehrenberg closed the theatre November 5, 2000. They did not file for bankruptcy until January 26, 2001.

jmiller on January 14, 2013 at 10:12 pm

Very basic General Cinema location! This was one of the unfortunate cinemas resulting from the late 1970’s insistence on multiplexes. Basic projection and sound, plus small auditoriums. Saw “The Blues Brothers” here in 1980. Wished it had been it in a better cinema! :–)

TomFischbach on June 17, 2015 at 6:41 pm

I worked here in 1982 to 1983 while I was in high school. Very basic theater with 2 screens on each side of the building. Marquee was on front wall of building. To change titles of movies and times, one of us had to lug a box of heavy letters to a landing above one of the exit wells. Had to climb up to the landing after you threw the box up there. I guess OSHA wasnt around then. Also popped our own popcorn every night. Now just an empty spot in a mall parking lot.

50sSNIPES on January 26, 2024 at 6:18 am

Opened on December 22, 1978, closed on November 5, 2000.

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