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The New Barstow Station Cinema 6 in Barstow, California changed owners in September, 2011. The Skyline Drive-In
took ownership of the theater on Friday, September 30, 2011 from Hollywood Theaters. With the new ownership, came the new name of Barstow Station Cinema, according to an article published that day in the Desert Dispatch:
Barstow Station Cinema held an opening Friday with the new staff in place and free popcorn for all moviegoers. Gene Harvey, chief operating officer of the theaters, said he hopes to “create a synergy between the two theaters.” Barstow Station Cinema’s ticket and concession prices have lowered to be similar to Skyline’s, and all employees will be trained to work either establishment. Most of the Hollywood Theatre staff will not return, Harvey said, and Skyline and new staff will replace the positions.
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