UA Cine 6
4701 S. Staples Street,
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Architects: Robert G. Kipp
Firms: Kipp & Winston
Previous Names: Deux Cine Twin, UA Cine 4
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Originally this theatre was opened by Corpus Christi Theaters Inc. on April 25, 1968 as the Deux Cine Twin with seating for 530 & 719. The opening movies were Clark Gable in “Gone With the Wind” & Dustin Hoffman in “The Graduate”. It was taken over by United Artists and went through a remodel on May 17, 1973 when two more screens designed by architect Robert G. Kipp, each seating 223, were added and became known as the UA Cine 4. In 1978 it went through another remodel with two more screens being added and it became the Cine 6. Plans had been drawn in 1982 to add four more screens but due to lack of parking they were scrapped.
The building itself was a cream color with a burgundy color panels divided with small columns. The entrance was located to the left side of the building with an exterior box office.
The theatre had a spacious lobby. Auditorium 1 was the largest seating 667 and auditorium 2 seated 500. Auditoriums three, four and six seated 225 and five the smallest seating 201. The seating was staggered for good site lines. The seats were high back. The Cine 6 was closed by United Artists on August 2, 2001.
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