UA Cinema 150
3915 S. University Avenue,
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Previously operated by: United Artists Theater Circuit Inc.
Previous Names: Village
News About This Theater
The UA Cinema 150 opened on August 21, 1968 with Jack Lemmon in “The Odd Couple”. It had an enormous dome roof and a 120-degree curved screen which was 70ft wide. In addition to standard 35mm, the theatre also showed 70mm and D-150 formats. When this happened, a large BLUE curvulon is used.
After years of service, the UA Cinema 150 closed in May 2003 with Patrick Stewart in “X2: X-Men-United”. This was the last operating Dimension 150 theatre in the country and represents another loss to that era of widescreen cinema.
The theatre reopened as a concert venue known as the Village in 2006. It was demolished in January 2015.
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