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Actually, it opened in mid-1970 and was originally a twin. It was turned into a quad around the time AMC took over, it then closed in January 1999 due to increasing competition from larger and newer theaters nearby, especially from the nearby Star 10 theater (on an ironic note, that was also owned by AMC from January 2006 to December 2009). Borders moved into the space formerly occupied by this theater, but it closed in 2011 when the rest of that chain closed. It now sits vacant today.