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Source: Patricia Catallo
I was fifteen years old when I started working at the Eastwood, hired by Chuck, my favorite boss till this day. If you worked at the Eastwood or even just frequented the place you would be familiar with who he was. Chuck spent the better part of his life running the place and we would be remiss not to mention him at least once.
Chuck was a huge part of The Eastwood, indeed I would go as far as to say he was the Eastwood Theater, without him it would have closed its doors decades earlier, It was his relentless pursuit to find the best and most current second run films that kept the crowds coming in and the theater afloat. Well, at least until Block Buster took over, that was the end of second run theaters and the end of the buck twenty five, seventy five cents on Sunday mornings that it cost for admittance. Chuck has moved on to the Gilded Theater in the sky now rubbing shoulders with the stars themselves. Cheers Chuck thanks for bringing the stars a bit closer to us.