Parkway 5

7201 Tecumseh Road E,
Windsor, ON N8T 3K4

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Previously operated by: Famous Players

Functions: Retail

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Parkway 5

The Parkway 5 was operated by Famous Players, opening on December 9 1988. It was closed in 2001. In 2015 it is a Winners Outlet store.

Contributed by Ken Roe

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ad16 on August 3, 2015 at 8:08 am

Famous Players opened this suburban multiplex as a replacement for the aging Capital Theatre in Downtown Windsor which was closed and sold to local interests for refurbishment as a venue for plays and music. I recall being at the Parkway 5 almost every weekend during the busy movie summer of 1989 when many blockbusters were released at the same time. Parkway 5 i believe actually opened with Tim Burton’s “Batman” on multiple screens, plus “Indiana Jones and the Lost Crusade”, the James Bond flick “Licence to Kill” and “Star Trek V”. “Terminator 2” was also a huge draw for the Parkway cinemas in the summer of 1991. I recall this cinema having 5 large theatres, but with very shallow grade seating stretching to the back. Wasnt surprised to hear the Parkway close when newer theatres with stadium seating were constructed nearby.

theatrefan on November 16, 2020 at 2:54 pm

The original auditorium names at opening were: Avalon, Olympia, Alto, Bijou, Rio.

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