AMC Norwalk 20
12300 E. Civic Center Drive,
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Operated by: AMC Theatres
Functions: Movies (First Run)
The AMC Norwalk 20, a 4,500-seat theater, was first announced in the Los Angeles Times on May 4, 1995. Considering the lease terms, expectations were high for this Norwalk Redevelopment Agency project. The Los Angeles Times said that AMC was paying the city of Norwalk $27,000 a year for 60 years just for the lease of the property. The actual cost of the 80,000 square-foot building wasn’t mentioned.
One stadium screen showing the movie “Twister” opened on May 10, 1996, with more screens added in the days until the official grand opening on May 17, 1996.
For a few years after opening it consistently placed among the top 10 theaters nationally for film grosses according to an AMC representative quoted in the Long Beach Press-Telegram.
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