Regency Theatres Tamarac Square Cinemas

7777 E. Hampden Avenue,
Denver, CO 80231

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rivest266 on April 10, 2024 at 8:15 pm

Reopened by Regency on November 18th, 2004 by Regency Cinemas. video:

rivest266 on April 10, 2024 at 6:57 pm

Reopened May 17th, 2002, by Madstone theatres. more ads posted. More to come to this cinema.

rivest266 on April 10, 2024 at 5:28 am

Mann theatres bailed out on September 3rd, 2001, the date of its final showtimes. More to come.

rivest266 on April 7, 2024 at 6:00 am

Grand opening ad posted.

1990’s commercial made by the employees of the theatre.

MichaelKilgore on November 28, 2019 at 5:29 am

This note says the Tamarac 6 was scheduled to open on Dec. 17, 1976.

Boxoffice, Dec. 13, 1976: “DENVER – Mann Theatres is adding nine screens in Denver and Fort Collins … The Denver addition, with six screens, will be named the Mann’s Tamarac 6. Seating capacity will be 400 in two sides, 450 in one and 250 in each of the other three. … The theatre, which will open Friday (17) will be managed by Dick Roselein”

JRed on August 13, 2012 at 9:48 am

Here is a large photo album of pictures of the Regency Tamarac Square 6

Computist on January 6, 2012 at 7:39 pm

Demolition on the entire mall began in December 2011, with a planned TJ Maxx and retail spaces to take its place.

RickB on January 26, 2011 at 9:47 pm

Theater has closed, on the heels of the demise of a restaurant that was the only other business still open at Tamarac Square. Denver Post story here.

kencmcintyre on July 10, 2009 at 1:46 am

This was in the Indiana (PA) Gazette in November 1982:

DENVER (AP) – A husband and wife arrested last year after bringing their own popcorn into a movie theater have filed suit seeking $400,000 from the theater’s corporate owner and four employees. The lawsuit was filed Tuesday in Denver District Court by David Schulz and Mary Lou Richardson, who were arrested last November in the Tamarac Theater after they broke theater rules and brought their own popcorn. Schulz was jailed for five hours after four Denver police officers handcuffed him and took him out of the theater. Ms. Richardson was given a summons.

They were acquitted in March of charges of disturbing the peace. The lawsuit claims the theater’s employees subjected the couple to malicious prosecution, false arrest and imprisonment. Schulz and Ms. Richardson also claim they were libeled and slandered by theater personnel. The theater is owned by Mann Theaters Corp. of California. Mann president Lawrence Gleason is named as a defendant because of remarks he made in a television interview after the arrest.

The theater has a rule prohibiting the consumption of any food that is not bought at its concession stands. The couple’s lawsuit contends that this policy is “designed to protect corporate profits from sales of ‘buttercorn’ or ‘butter-flavored popcorn,’ which product in fact contained no butter.”

Anthony L. Vazquez-Hernandez
Anthony L. Vazquez-Hernandez on March 26, 2009 at 9:24 am

I visited this theater in late 2008 to see “The Women” and was very nicely surprised. It is very comfortable, attractive and contemporary. It also featured the best quality projection I have seen in a multiplex.