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The Beaver County Times is reporting that the Showcase Cinemas Pittsburgh West in Robinson Township (Pittsburgh), Pennsylvania will be closing on April 15, 2010:
Showcase West failed to keep pace with cinema chains such as Cinemark, which opened new theaters, including one in Center Township, with optimum view, stadium-style seating.
Showcase West’s days became numbered once Cinemark built a new theater three miles away in Robinson.
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According to another article on the subject in the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, moviegoers with gift cards for the theater will be able to use them at that theater until its closure on April 15th and at the Showcase Cinemas Pittsburgh North until December 17th. No refunds will be issued.
The theater has been open for 32 years, and it was purchased recently by Rave Motion Pictures in a deal that was announced back in December.
The Cinemark Robinson Township is located in the Settlers Ridge Center, just a few miles southeast of the Showcase Cinema, so moviegoers won't have far to go when the summer blockbusters start opening early next month.
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