Woodland Theatres

2330 E. 116th Street,
Carmel, IN 46032

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Previous Names: Apollo Theatre, Boulevard Theatre

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Located on E. 116th Street at Keystone Parkway. Little is known about this theatre. It was operating as a twin theatre from July 14, 1972, operating as a second-run theatre in the period 1976-1977, with a $1 admission charge. It was closed on December 12, 1996.

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50sSNIPES on April 8, 2022 at 5:05 pm

Became The Woodland Twin On July 14, 1972 With “The Cowboys” At Screen #1 And “Play It Again Sam” At Screen #2. It Had A Wobble Mix Of First And Second-Run Films, But When The 1980s Rolled Along, It Primarily Focuses On First-Run.

This Theater Made Statewide Headlines On October 25, 1973 After A Few Youths Were Arrested After Trashing Up The Theater With Cigarettes And Marijuana Inside.

It Was Closed On December 12, 1996 Due To A Lack Of Business.

rivest266 on September 18, 2023 at 8:49 pm

The only discount screening of Return of the Jedi in 70/6 started on December 21st, 1983 for 4 weeks. Admission: $1.00

MSC77 on September 19, 2023 at 12:23 pm

Woodland screened a lot of second-run 70mm. These screenings are included in my historical article 70mm presentations in Indianapolis: A Chronology of Large Format Exhibition, 1956-Present.

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