Showcase Cinemas Seekonk 1-10

800 Fall River Avenue,
Seekonk, MA 02771

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James Fisher
James Fisher on August 22, 2011 at 4:18 pm

i cant believe this cienma closed wow
this was a mega plex back in its day

Mike Rogers
Mike Rogers on January 28, 2011 at 1:04 am

Ran out of Candy and Soda,you didn’t have a sister theatre to draw from?No excuse to run of Coke.Never had that problem on “JAWS” and we played it Five times a Day in a 881 seat House.seems like bad management to me.Guess you ran out of Popcorn too.

rkq on November 25, 2010 at 2:50 am

So sorry to see it close. Worked there in the late 70s as a projectionist then as a manager. Back then we had 70mm, weekends were packed. I’LL always remember the 4th of July it was pouring out,so people headed to the Bristol parade ended up here instead. We sold out every show every screen that day. People camped out in the lobby, by 4 in the afternoon we ran out of candy and soda.

Kaddy on September 7, 2010 at 3:10 am

Change to closed as of 09/07/2010. Tonight was the last showing.

Gerald A. DeLuca
Gerald A. DeLuca on May 19, 2007 at 4:37 pm

I think they do a commendable job here in employing some handicapped persons as ticket-takers.

John Fink
John Fink on May 19, 2007 at 4:11 pm

The theater reminded me of East Hartford (the screen I was in was long and narrow) – they had repainted and redone it all to look like a newer National house with re-appointed theaters, unfortuantly due to the lenght the stadium seating didn’t achieve the height of the other Seekonk theater). The lobby was simular to the rectangular National Design circa the 70’s/80’s. The theater is well run, clean and I sensed the it had a loyal local following and I assume does well as booth Seekonk Showcase Cinemas still have midnight shows.

Gerald A. DeLuca
Gerald A. DeLuca on November 1, 2005 at 6:26 pm

This theatre opened as the Showcase Cinemas 1-2-3 on Friday, June 28, 1974. The features on the three screens were The Nine Lives of Fritz the Cat, Thunderbolt and Lightfoot and Lucille Ball in Mame. Over the years it kept growing, subdividing, stadiumizing.

Gerald A. DeLuca
Gerald A. DeLuca on July 28, 2005 at 7:34 pm

There was at least one very big auditorium here for many years after it opened. By the late 1990s everything had been subdivided into bite-size cinemas.