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Source: Michael Posh
This theatre was actually opened in 1986 by Nicholas George Theatres and bought out by AMC which closed the original Wonderland 6 and rebuild their AMC version in the 90s (I was the asst. mgr in 86 when it opened)
Source: Chuck T
The movie theater was originally opened in 84 in phase one when the mall was enclosed. It was down where Target is now. When phase two was implemented, it was moved to the west end of the mall. Im not sure about Food Fair but at one time a Farmer Jack was at the east end of the mall. Oh and both Woolworths and Kresseges were there when it was a "Shopping Center".
Source: Fredrick George Ryan
The AMC Wonderland 6 were the only theaters ever located in Wonderland Mall. Wonderland was a open air mall when it first opened in 1959. It featured Wards, Federals, Kreseges, Woolworths, Robinsons furniture, and a Food Fair grocery store. The mall was enclosed and expanded to include Target in the mid 1980s. The AMC theaters were added at that time.