Camelot Cinema

537 Loveland-Madeira Road,
Loveland, OH 45140

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Previously operated by: United General Theatres

Functions: Gymnasium

Previous Names: Loveland Cinema

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May 1981

Suburban single-screen that was near Castle Skateland roller rink in the Shoppers Haven Shopping Center. The Loveland Cinema was opened by United General Theatres on October 29, 1971 with Peter Cushing in “Frankenstein Must Be Destroyed” & Christopher Lee in “Dracula Has Risen from the Dead”. The opening was attended by film stars Ann Blyth and Andy Devine appearing ‘in person’. Based on public records, it was operated by Mark Siegel beginning on Christmas Day, 1974. Quietly closed sometime after 1981. The Flying Ninja Academy, a childrens' athletic facility, now seems to occupy that space.

Contributed by Marc Edward Heuck

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Scott Neff
Scott Neff on July 14, 2021 at 6:56 pm

The 10/28/1971 edition of the Cincinnati Enquirer featured an ad touting the grand opening of this United General Theatre the following day with a special Halloween double feature of “Frankenstein Must Be Destroyed” and “Dracula is Risen from the Dead”

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