Very poor service at the AMC Saturday afternoon. We arrived at 2:00 PM for a 3:00 PM movie. We had previously purchased our tickets, thinking we would just walk right thru. The Silver Star Theater, located at 5247 E. Brown Road in Mesa, Arizona, is the Valley’s premier dinner & show venue. The Silver Star is a multi-million-dollar facility that rivals its Las Vegas counterparts. The theatre is indexed in the UCLA S. Charles Lee Papers as the Puente. The portion of the Lee collection that has been digitized can be searched on Calisphere or the UCLA Library website. Also see the Finding Aid for the the complete collection on the Online Archive of California. Seating: 599 It's unknown when it got renamed the Star Theatre Glendale 9 Drive-In Theater: Movies and Fun Under the Stars - See 39 traveler reviews, 3 candid photos, and great deals for Glendale, AZ, at Tripadvisor. Casino Theatre-- a directory typo for Cosmo Theatre 730 S. Brand Blvd. Glendale Centre Theatre 107 S. Maclay Ave. San Fernando Centre Theatre, Glendale 324 N. Orange St. see Glendale Centre Theatre Chatsworth Cinema see Cinema Chatsworth 10124 Mason Ave. Chatsworth Cine Reseda see Reseda Theatre 18443 Sherman Way Reseda Cinema I-II see Sherman Oaks 2 4500 Van Nuys Blvd. Sherman Oaks Cinema III Brelby Theatre Company, Glendale: See 2 reviews, articles, and 2 photos of Brelby Theatre Company, ranked No.23 on Tripadvisor among 30 attractions in Glendale. On a February night in 1969, some 1,600 people packed Glendale High’s gymnasium to inaugurate the school’s Hall of Fame and formally dedicate the new gym, part of a campus rebuild following an Start your Los Angeles area historic theatre explorations by heading to one of these major sections: Downtown | North of Downtown + East L.A. | San Fernando Valley | Glendale | Pasadena | San Gabriel Valley, Pomona and Whittier | South, South Central and Southeast | Hollywood | Westside | Westwood and Brentwood | Along the Coast | Long Beach | [more] L.A. Movie Palaces | Glendale Theatre 122 S. Brand Blvd. This theatre, the second in town to use the Glendale name, opened in 1920 with 1,231 seats. It was a design by Alfred F. Priest, who also did the Tuesday Afternoon Club. It got a stage and dressing room expansion in 1924, a remodel by Clifford Balch in 1939, and a twinning in 1980. Thanks to Stacie Inkel for the 1981 photo. Long operated by West Coast Foes of the casino, however, point out the CBO report also says the tribe could walk away with nothing, as the measure does not take the land but simply restricts its use on a temporary basis.
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