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I remember this theater well. It was very important to me from around 1978 to 1981. Still living at home, I would drive in from Bedford to sit in the “balcony” (if there weren’t too many smokers) and allow “The Heights” to widen my cinematic horizons. I can’t tell you how many classic and foreign films I first saw there. It was definitely at the Clover Lane exit. I remember buying a punch pass that got you 10 movies for the price of 8, or something like that. I was at college when I read that the Heights was showing its last film, “Gallipoli” I think it was. I still regret not making it back to say goodbye. Samaustin, I still have a picture in my head of the man who would most often take my ticket or punch my card, presumably you, or a family member. Thanks to you and your family for enriching my life.