AMC Chestnut Hill 5
27 Boylston Street,
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Previous Names: Chestnut Hill Cinema
News About This Theater
- Dec 18, 2007 — ISO: Attendees of Chestnut Hill Cinema/Natick Drive-In
Originally a two-screen theatre, this was opened as General Cinemas flagship house on December 25, 1975 with Lisa Minnelli in “Lucky Lady” & Sean Connery in “The Man Who Would Be King”. I believe the building was converted from a Filenes Department Store before they moved down the street to the mall. The Chestnut Hill Cinema had more plush decor than most of their theatres at the time, because GCC’s corporate offices were in the next-door section of the building. In December 1979 both auditoriums were twinned, making it a quad theatre. In June 1980 screen 2 was split again.
GCC were taken over by AMC in 2002 and the AMC Chestnut Hill 5 was closed on January 17, 2013.
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