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« on: September 19, 2015, 09:31:11 AM »

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« Reply #1 on: September 19, 2015, 03:31:31 PM »

Never been there, but they bought the Hoyt's Cinemas at the Brass Mill Mall in Waterbury, CT. It's the only thing on the "third" floor of the mall.
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« Reply #2 on: September 20, 2015, 12:06:03 PM »

Never been there, but they bought the Hoyt's Cinemas at the Brass Mill Mall in Waterbury, CT. It's the only thing on the "third" floor of the mall.

The original theaters at Crossgates in Albany (which were also Hoyt's) had the same setup - in their case the ticket booth was on the 2nd floor, but everything else was on a 3rd floor, which housed just the theaters (and I think a small security office).

Those were closed a while back (they built newer stadium seating ones at the other end of the mall, ran both for a while then closed the older ones).  As far as I know that space has never been reused at all.
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« Reply #3 on: September 20, 2015, 01:49:34 PM »

The theater at the Mall of Monroe in Monroe, MI started out as a Hoyt's, then they became Regal and they are currently part of the local Phoenix Theaters chain.
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« Reply #4 on: September 21, 2015, 04:47:47 PM »

Regal has the best movie theater policy trailer ever! I call it "The Great Movie Coaster".  Wink
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« Reply #5 on: September 22, 2015, 05:10:00 PM »

Here are the following Regal Entertainment Group Theatres in PA, NJ, & DE:
Delaware
  • Regal Brandywine Town Center 16 Theatre: Naamans Road & Rt. 202 (Concord Pike) (Opened 6/6/1997.  Built on site of former Brandywine Harness Racetrack)
  • Regal Peoples Plaza Stadium 17 Theatre: 1100 Peoples Plaza, Newark

New Jersey
  • Regal Burlington Stadium 20 Theatre: 250 Bromley Road, Burlington (Opened 1996 as Regal Burlington 14 Theatre)
  • Regal Commerce Center Stadium 18 Theatre: 2399 US 1 South, North Brunswick
  • Regal Cross Keys Stadium 12 Theatre: 151 American Blvd. (at Black Horse Pike), Turnersville (Opened 12/9/1994)
  • Regal Cumberland Mall Stadium 14 Theatre; 3849 S. Delsea, Vineland
  • Regal Hadley Stadium 16 Theatre: 1000 Corporate Court, South Plainsfield (Opened as Magic Cinemas Hadley 12 Theatre)
  • Regal Hamilton Stadium 14 Theatre: 4215 Black Horse Pike, Mays Landing (opened as Hoyts Hamilton 14 Theatre)
  • Regal Manahawakin Stadium 10 Theatre: 733 Route 73 East, Manahawakin (opened as Hoyts Manahawkin 10 Theatre)
  • Regal Moorestown Mall Stadium 12 & RPX: 400 NJ Route 38 (at NJ Route 38 & Lenola Road - Moorestown Mall), Moorestown [Regal “King Size” Recliners] (Opened 12/12/2013.  Replaced Stanley Warner’s Plaza Moorestown Theatre/Eric Moorestown Plaza Twin/REG United Artists Moorestown 7 Theatre)
  • Regal Pohatcong 12 Theatre: 1246 US 22, Phillipsburg (Opened 10/1998)
  • United Artists Washington Township 14 Theatre: 121 Cross Keys-Tuckahoe Road (at Rt. 555), Washington Township [Regal “King Size” Recliners] (Opened 12/23/1994)

Pennsylvania
  • Regal Barn Plaza Stadium 14 Theatre: 1745 Easton Road, Doylestown (Opened 3/19/1999, built on site of former Budco Doylestown Barn Cinema/AMC Barn 5 Theatre)
  • Regal Carlisle Commons Stadium 8 Theatre: 250 Noble Boulevard, Carlisle (Opened as M J Mall Cinemas)
  • Regal Dickson City Stadium 14 & IMAX Theatre: Dickson City (Opened 11/4/2010 as Great Escape Dickson City 14 & IMAX Theatre)
  • Regal Downingtown Stadium 16 & IMAX Theatre: 100 Quarry Road (at Rt. 30), Downingtown (Opened 4/9/1999)
  • Regal Edgmont Square 10 Theatre (Unit #0232): 4777 West Chester Pike, Newtown Square [Regal “King Size” Recliners] (Opened 9/19/1996)
  • Regal Great Escape Harrisburg Mall Stadium 14: 3501 Paxon Street, Harrisburg (Opened 2007 as Great Escape Harrisburg Mall 14 Theatre)
  • Regal Harrisburg Stadium 14: 1500 Caughey Drive, Harrisburg
  • Regal Hazleton Stadium 10: 400 Laurel Mall, Hazleton (Opened 6/25/1999 as Act III Hazleton 10 Theatre)
  • Regal Lebanon Valley Stadium 10: 2200 Lebanon Valley Mall Road, Lebanon (Opened 2004 as Great Escape Leabanon Valley 10 Theatre.)
  • Regal Manor Stadium 16: 1246 Millersville Pike, Lancaster [Regal “King Size” Recliners] (Opened 5/14/1999.  Replaced Regal Manor 7 Theatre, which was on site, in the former Arlan’s/Mailmain’s Department Store building)
  • Regal Marketplace Stadium 24 Theatre: 180 Mill Road (Off Rt. 422 and Egypt Road), Oaks (Opened 4/7/1999)
  • Regal Moraine Point 10: 300 Moraine Point Plaza, Butler
  • Regal Northampton 14 Theatre: 3720 Easton-Nazareth Highway, Easton
  • Regal Plymouth Meeting 10 Theatre: 1011 W. Ridge Pike, Conshochocken (Opened 12/13/1996)
  • Regal Richland Crossing 12 Theatre (Unit #0377): 1385 North West End Blvd., Quakertown (Opened 12/8/1998)
  • Regal Warrington Crossing Stadium 22 & IMAX Theatre (Unit #0379): 104 Easton Road, Warrington (Opened 6/28/1999)
  • Regal West Manchester Stadium 13: 1800 Loucks Road, York (opened as R/C West Manchester 13 Theatre)
  • United Artists Grant Plaza 9 Theatre (Unit #1290): 1619 Grant Avenue, Philadelphia [Regal “King Size” Recliners] (opened 1994/95)
  • United Artists King of Prussia Stadium 16 & IMAX & RPX Theatre (Unit #1329): 300 Mall Blvd, across from King of Prussia Plaza (opened 2000) (replaced RKO Stanley Warner’s/Eric/United Artists Plaza Twin Theatre, and Eric/United Artists King Twin and Queen 4 Theatre)
  • United Artists Main Street 6 Theatre: 3720-40 Main Street, Philadelphia (Opened 3/7/1997)
  • United Artists Oxford Valley Stadium 14 Theatre (Unit #1269): 403 Middletown Blvd. (across from Oxford Valley Mall), Langhorne [Regal “King Size” Recliners] (opened 6/14/1992 as United Artists Oxford Valley 10 Theatre.  Became United Artists Oxford Valley Stadium 14 Theatre on 11/19/2004.  Became a Reserved Seating Theatre with Recliners in 2015) (replaced Eric/United Artists Lincoln Plaza Twin Theatre) (215-750-3390)
  • United Artists Riverview Stadium 17 & RPX Theatre: 1400 South Columbus Blvd., Philadelphia (Opened 11/1/1991 as United Artists Riverview Plaza 11 Theatre) (215-755-2219)
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« Reply #6 on: December 05, 2017, 06:42:35 PM »

U.K. Chain Cineworld to buy Regal
https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2017-12-05/cineworld-agrees-to-acquire-regal-in-3-6-billion-theater-deal
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« Reply #7 on: January 18, 2018, 11:32:08 AM »

I have some memories of the Regal Films Cinema in Augusta, ME. I believe I watched Toy Story 3 in that place. I don't know of any locations nearby me.
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