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From Cinema Treasures
The Genesee Valley Twin Theatres was opened by Butterfield Theaters on September 2, 1971 with Sean Connery in “The Anderson Tapes” & Florence Henderson in “Song of Norway”. It became a 4-screen theatre on November 11, 1977. On May 17, 1991 it was expanded to 6-screens following it being sold to Kerasotes. On November 6, 1992 it was taken over by National Amusements. They closed the complex in 1997 following the opening of their larger multiplex nearby, and the Genesee Valley Theatres was torn down for a Best Buy in 2001.