Friday, December 7, 1979 - Thursday, February 7, 1980 (9 Weeks)
Star Trek: The Motion Picture
Starring William Shatner and Leonard Nimoy
Directed by Robert Wise
A Paramount Picture in Panavision and Dolby Stereo
132 Minutes / Rated G
Daily at: 9:30 AM, 12:00, 2:30, 5:15, 8:00 and 10:15 PM
Late Show Friday and Saturday at 1:00 AM
Showtimes from Wednesday, January 2, 1980:
Daily at: 12:00, 2:30, 5:15, 8:00 and 10:15 PM
Late Show Friday and Saturday at 1:00 AM
Opens Nationally on 857 Screens Including:
National Theatre, Westwood
--
La Reina Theatre, Sherman Oaks
Topanga Theatres, Woodland Hills
Alex Theatre, Glendale
Santa Anita 4, Arcadia
UA Del Amo 6, Torrance
UA Movies, Brea
La Mirada Theatre, La Mirada
Lakewood Center Theatre, Lakewood
UA Movies, Long Beach
Edward's Cinema West, Westminster
Edward's Newport Cinema, Newport Beach
Edward's Mission Viejo Mall, Mission Viejo
Montclare Cinemas, Montclare
UA Cinema 4, Riverside
UA Movies, Thousand Oaks
Fox Ventura Theatre, Ventura
Vermont Drive-In Theatre, Gardenia
Sepulveda Drive-In Theatre, Van Nuys
Vineland Drive-In Theatre, City of Industry
Rosecrans Drive-In Theatre, Paramount
Fiesta Drive-In Theatre, Pico Rivera
Los Altos Drive-In Theatre, Long Beach
Fountain Valley Drive-In Theatre, Fountain Valley
Vineland Drive-In Theatre, City of Industry
Baseline Drive-In Theatre, Highland
101 Drive-in Theatre, Ventura
Westcove Cinema, West Covina
Cinedome 21 Theatres, Orange
Camelot Theatre, Palm Springs
Mt. Baldy Drive-In Theatre, La Verne
Crest Drive-In Theatre, Norco
Simi Valley Drive-In Theatre, Simi Valley
Granada Theatre, Santa Barbara
Madonna Plaza Theatre, San Luis Obispo
Lancaster Drive-In Theatre, Lancaster
Santa Maria Theatre, Santa Maria

Reported Average Gross "Star Trek: The Motion Picture"
Week
Week Ending
Perfs.
Screens
Av. Gross
1
Thursday, December 13, 1979
44
875
$19,923
2
Thursday, December 20, 1979
44
857
$12,264
3
Thursday, December 27, 1979
44
1,002
$13,582
4
Thursday, Janaury 3, 1980
42
 
 
5
Thursday, January 10, 1980
37
 
 
6
Thursday, January 17, 1980
37
 
 
7
Thursday, January 24, 1980
37
 
 
8
Thursday, January 31, 1980
37
 
 
9
Thursday, February 7, 1980
37
 
 
Totals
63 Days
Daily Average: $0
--
--
9 Weeks
Average Performance: $0
359
 
Source: Box Office Mojo
 
Friday, February 8, 1980 - Thursday, February 28, 1980 (3 Weeks)
The Last Married Couple in America
Starring George Segal and Natalie Wood
Directed by Gilbert Cates
A Universal Picture
103 Minutes / Rated R
Daily at: 12:00, 1:50, 3:55, 6:00, 8:20 and 10:35 PM
Late Show Friday and Saturday at 12:30 AM
Opens Nationally on 488 Screens Including:
Village Theatre, Westwood
--
Mann Fallbrook Theatre, Canoga Park
Vineland Drive-In Theatre, City of Industry
Harbor Twin Theatres, Costa Mesa
Mann Fox Covina Theatre 1, Covina
Edward's Saddleback Cinema 6, Lake Forest
Hawthorne 2, Hawthorne
Fashion Square Theatres, La Habra
Rosecrans Drive-In Theatre, Paramount
Mann Pasadena, Pasadena
Fiesta Drive-In Theatre, Pico Rivera
Mann Old Towne 6, Torrance
Torrance Drive-In Theatre, Torrance
Van Nuys Drive-In Theatre, Van Nuys
Eagle Rock Plaza Theatres, Eagle Rock
Americana Theatres, Panorama City

Reported Average Gross "The Last Married Couple in America"
Week
Week Ending
Perfs.
Screens
Av. Gross
1
Thursday, February 14, 1980
44
488
6,494
2
Thursday, February 21, 1980
44
 
 
3
Thursday, February 28, 1980
44
 
 
Totals
21 Days
Daily Average: $0
--
--
3 Weeks
Average Performance: $0
132
 
Source: Box Office Mojo
 
 
Friday, February 29, 1980 - Thursday, March 6, 1980 (1 Week)
The Ninth Configuration
Starring Stacy Keach and Scott Wilson
Directed by William Peter Blatty
A Warner Bros. Pictures Release
118 Minutes / Rated R
Daily at: 1:15, 3:30, 5:45, 8:00 and 10:20 PM
Presented in 70mm, 6-Track Stereophonic Sound
Day and Date:
Crest Theatre, Westwood
--
Edward's Cinema Center, Costa Mesa
UA Twin Cinemas, Westminster

Reported Average Gross "The Ninth Configuration"
Week
Week Ending
Perfs.
Screens
Av. Gross
1
Thursday, March 6, 1980
35
 
 
Totals
7 Days
Daily Average: $0
--
--
1 Week
Average Performance: $0
35
 
Source: Box Office Mojo
 
 
Friday, March 7, 1980 - Thursday, March 27, 1980 (3 Weeks)
Coal Miner's Daughter
Starring Sissy Spacek and Tommy Lee Jones
Directed by Michael Apted
A Universal Picture
125 Minutes / Rated PG
Daily at: 12:45, 2:40, 5:15, 8:00 and 10:30 PM
Late Show Friday and Saturday at 12:45 AM
Opens Nationally on 437 Screens Including:
Village Theatre, Westwood
--
Santa Anita 4, Arcadia
UA Cerritos Twin Cinemas, Cerritos
Winnetka Drive-In, Chatsworth
Bristol Cinema, Costa Mesa
El Monte Drive-In Theatre, El Monte
Vermont Drive-In Theatre, Gardenia
Fashion Square Theatres, La Habra
UA Movies, North Hollywood
Fiesta Drive-In Theatre, Pico Rivera
Puente Hills 6, Rowland Heights
Mann Old Towne 6, Torrance
Cinema West, Westminster
UA Warner Center, Woodland Hills
Cinedome 21 Theatres, Orange
Stadium Drive-In Theatre, Orange
Americana Theatres, Panorama City

Reported Average Gross "Coal Miner's Daughter"
Week
Week Ending
Perfs.
Screens
Av. Gross
1
Thursday, March 13, 1980
37
437
$10,839
2
Thursday, March 20, 1980
37
 
 
3
Thursday, March 27, 1980
37
 
 
Totals
21 Days
Daily Average: $0
--
--
3 Weeks
Average Performance: $0
111
 
Source: Box Office Mojo
 
Friday, March 28, 1980 - Thursday, April 24, 1980 (4 Weeks)
Serial
Starring Martin Mull and Tuesday Weld
Directed by Bill Persky
A Paramount Picture
86 Minutes / Rated R
Daily at: 12:30, 2:15, 4:15, 6:15, 8:25 and 10:30 PM
Late Show Friday and Saturday at 12:15 AM
Day and Date:
Bruin Theatre, Westwood
--
La Reina Theatre, Sherman Oaks
Mann Old Towne 6, Torrance
Topanga Theatres, Woodland Hills
Roxy Theatre, Glendale
Hawthorne 2, Hawthorne
Academy Theatre, Pasadena
Fox Covina Theatre, Covina
Lakewood Center Theatre, Lakewood
Montclare Theatre, Motntclare
Orange Mall 6, Orange
Puente Hills 6, Rowland Heights
La Mirada Theatre, La Mirada
Brea Plaza, Brea
Inland Cinema, San Bernadino
Edwards Mission Viejo Mall, Mission Viejo
Fox Conejo Twin, Thousand Oaks
Fox Ventura Theatre, Ventura
Harbor Twin Theatres, Costa Mesa
Edwards Cinema West, Westminster
Studio Drive-In Theatre, Culver City
Vermont Drive-In Theatre, Gardenia
Los Altos Drive-In Theatre, Long Beach
Winnetka Drive-In, Chatsworth
San Gabriel Drive-In Theatre, San Gabriel
Rosecrans Drive-In Theatre, Paramount
Foothil Drive-In Theatre, Rialto
Lincoln Drive-In Theatre, Buena Park
101 Drive-in THeatre, Ventura
Village Theatre, Palm Springs
Fiesta Theatre, Santa Barbara
Lancaster Drive-In Theatre, Lancaster
Santa Barbara Drive-In Theatre, Goleta

Reported Average Gross "Serial"
Week
Week Ending
Perfs.
Screens
Av. Gross
1
Thursday, April 3, 1980
44
 
 
2
Thursday, April 10, 1980
44
 
 
3
Thursday, April 17, 1980
44
 
 
4
Thursday, April 24, 1980
44
 
 
Totals
28 Days
Daily Average: $0
--
--
4 Weeks
Average Performance: $0
176
 
Source: Box Office Mojo
 
 
Friday, April 25, 1980 - Thursday, May 8, 1980 (2 Weeks)
Where the Buffalo Roam
Starring Bill Murray and Peter Boyle
Directed by Art Linson
A Universal Picture
96 Minutes / Rated R
Daily at: 12:15, 2:00, 4:00, 6:00, 8:00 and 10:00 PM
Late Show Friday and Saturday at 12:00 AM
Opens Nationally on 464 Screens Including:
Bruin Theatre, Westwood
--
Santa Anita 4, Arcadia
Buena Park Drive-In Theatre, Buena Park
Fox Covina Theatre, Covina
El Monte Drive-In Theatre, El Monte
Vermont Drive-In Theatre, Gardenia
La Mirada Theatre, La Mirada
1,000 Oaks Drive-In Theatre, Newbury Park
UA Movies, North Hollywood
Plitt City Center Theatres #1, Orange
Paramount Drive-In Theatre, Paramount
Fiesta Drive-In Theatre, Pico Rivera
Puente Hills 6, Rowland Heights
South Bay Cinemas, Redondo Beach
Sherman Oaks 1 & 2, Sherman Oaks
Fox Conejo Twin, Thousand Oaks
Van Nuys Drive-In Theatre, Van Nuys
Topanga Theatres, Woodland Hills

Reported Average Gross "Where the Buffalo Roam"
Week
Week Ending
Perfs.
Screens
Av. Gross
1
Thursday, May 1, 1980
44
464
$5,006
2
Thursday, May 8, 1980
44
 
 
Totals
14 Days
Daily Average: $0
--
--
2 Weeks
Average Performance: $0
88
 
Source: Box Office Mojo
 
Friday, May 9, 1980 - Thursday, May 22, 1980 (2 Weeks)
The Nude Bomb
Starring Don Adams and Sylvia Kristel
Directed by Clive Donner
A 20th Century-Fox Picture in Color
94 Minutes / Rated PG
Daily at: 12:30, 2:10, 4:00, 6:05, 8:15 and 10:15 PM
Late Show Friday and Saturday at 12:00 AM
Opens Nationally on 793 Screens Including:
National Theatre, Westwood
--
Winnetka Drive-In, Chatsworth
El Monte Drive-In Theatre, El Monte
Vermont Drive-In Theatre, Gardenia
Fashion Square Theatres, La Habra
Plitt City Center Theatres #1, Orange
Rosecrans Drive-In Theatre, Paramount
Academy Theatre, Pasadena
Fiesta Drive-In Theatre, Pico Rivera
La Reina Theatre, Sherman Oaks
Mann Old Towne 6, Torrance
Topanga Theatres, Woodland Hills
Eagle Rock Plaza Theatres, Eagle Rock
Cinema Center, Northridge
Eastland Theatre, West Covina
World Premiere, Tuesday, May 13, 1980 at 8:00 PM:

THE GONG SHOW MOVIE
Starring Chuck Barris and Robin Altman
Directed by Chuck Barris
A Chuck Barris Production
A Universal Picture
89 Minutes / Rated R
Sunday, May 18, 1980:

Grauman's Chinese Theatre 53rd Birthday Today

Reported Average Gross "The Nude Bomb"
Week
Week Ending
Perfs.
Screens
Av. Gross
1
Thursday, May 15, 1980
(6 Days)
38
793
$5,886
2
Thursday, May 22, 1980
44
 
 
Totals
13 Days
Daily Average: $0
--
--
2 Weeks
Average Performance: $0
82
 
Source: Box Office Mojo
 
 
Friday, May 23, 1980 - Thursday, July 31, 1980 (10 Weeks)
The Shining
Starring Jack Nicholson and Shelly Duvall
Directed by Stanley Kubrick
A Warner Bros. Picture
142 Minutes / Rated R
Daily at: 10:00 AM, 1:00, 4:00, 7:00, 10:00 PM and 12:45 AM
Late Show Friday, Saturday and Sunday at 3:45 AM
Day and Date:
Village Theatre, Westwood
--
Rosecrans Drive-In Theatre, Paramount
Showtimes from Sunday, June 1, 1980:
Daily at: 1:00, 4:00, 7:00 and 10:00 PM
Late Show Friday and Saturday at 12:00 AM
 
Monday, June 2, 1980
John Travolta (26) Forecourt Ceremonies
  Additional Day and Date for "The Shining", Friday, June 13, 1980:
Santa Anita 4, Arcadia
Brea Plaza, Brea
Fox Fallbrook Theatre, Canoga Park
UA Cerritos Twin Cinemas, Cerritos
Winnetka Drive-In, Chatsworth
Vineland Drive-In Theatre, City of Industry
Edwards Cinema, Costa Mesa
Fox Covina Theatre, Covina
Studio Drive-In Theatre, Culver City
Edwards Saddleback Cinema 6, Lake Forest
Alex Theatre, Glendale
La Habra Drive-In Theatre, La Habra
La Mirada Theatre, La Mirada
Circle Drive-In Theatre, Long Beach
UA Movies, Long Beach
Fashion Center Cinemas, Northridge
Plitt City Center Theatres #1, Orange
South Bay Cinemas, Redondo Beach
La Reina Theatre, Sherman Oaks
Fox Conejo Twin, Thousand Oaks
Highway 39 Drive-In Theatre, Westminster
UA Twin Cinemas, Westminster
World Premiere, Thursday, July 17, 1980 at 7:30 PM:

HONEYSUCKLE ROSE
Starring Willie Nelson and Dyan Cannon
Directed by Jerry Schatzberg
A Warner Bros. Release
119 Minutes / Rated PG
--
A Benefit for The Filmex Society

Reported Average Gross "The Shining"
Week
Week Ending
Perfs.
Screens
Av. Gross
1
Thursday, May 29, 1980
44
 
 
2
Thursday, June 5, 1980
34
 
 
3
Thursday, June 12, 1980
30
 
 
4
Thursday, June 19, 1980
30
 
 
5
Thursday, June 26, 1980
30
 
 
6
Thursday, July 3, 1980
30
 
 
7
Thursday, July 10, 1980
30
 
 
8
Thursday, July 17, 1980
(6 Days)
26
 
 
9
Thursday, July 24, 1980
30
 
 
10
Thursday, July 31, 1980
30
 
 
Totals
69 Days
Daily Average: $0
--
--
10 Weeks
Average Performance: $0
314
 
Source: Box Office Mojo
 
 
Friday, August 1, 1980 - Thursday, August 14, 1980 (2 Weeks)
The Hunter
Starring Steve McQueen and Eli Wallach
Directed by Buzz Kulik
A Paramount Picture
97 Minutes / Rated PG
Daily at: 12:30, 2:30, 4:30, 6:30, 8:30 and 10:30 PM
Late Show Friday and Saturday at 12:30 AM
Day and Date:
Village Theatre, Westwood
--
Topanga Theatres, Woodland Hills
UA Del Amo 6, Torrance
Santa Anita 4, Arcadia
AMC Hawthorne Plaza 6, Hawthorne
SRO Capri Theatre, West Covina
AMC Puente Hills 6, Rowland Heights
Edwards Monterey Mall, Monterey Park
Lakewood Center Theatre, Lakewood
Sherman Oaks 1 & 2, Sherman Oaks
UA Cinemas, Costa Mesa
Edwards Cinema West, Westminster
Edwards Saddleback Cinema 6, Lake Forest
La Mirada Theatre, La Mirada
Niguel Theatre, Laguna Beach
Montclare Theatre, Motntclare
San Pedro Drive-In Theatre, San Pedro
Winnetka Drive-In, Chatsworth
Big Sky Drive-In Theatre, Duarte
Paramount Drive-In Theatre, Paramount
Highway 39 Drive-In Theatre, Westminster
Foothil Drive-In Theatre, Rialto
Sky View Drive-In Theatre, Oxnard
Eagle Rock Plaza Theatres, Eagle Rock
Hemet Theatre, Hemet
Plaza Theatre, Palm Springs
Arlington Theatre, Arlington
Crest Theatres, San Bernardino
Fiesta Theatre, Santa Barbara
Stadium Drive-In Theatre, Orange
Crest Drive-In Theatre, Norco
Simi Valley Drive-In Theatre, Simi Valley
Santa Barbara Drive-In Theatre, Goleta
Lancaster Drive-In Theatre, Lancaster

Reported Average Gross "The Hunter"
Week
Week Ending
Perfs.
Screens
Av. Gross
1
Thursday, August 7, 1980
44
 
 
2
Thursday, August 14, 1980
44
 
 
Totals
14 Days
Daily Average: $0
--
--
2 Weeks
Average Performance: $0
88
 
Source: Box Office Mojo
 
 
Friday, August 15, 1980 - Thursday, September 11, 1980 (4 Weeks)
Smokey and the Bandit II
Starring Burt Reynolds and Jackie Gleason
Directed by Hal Needham
A Universal Picture
100 Minutes / Rated PG
Daily at: 1:15, 3:30, 5:40, 8:00 and 10:15 PM
Late Show Friday and Saturday at 12:30 AM
Opens Nationally on 1,196 Screens Including:
National Theatre, Westwood
--
Alhanbra Theatre, Alhambra
Pickwick Drive-In THeatre, Burbank
UA Cerritos Twin Cinemas, Cerritos
Vineland Drive-In Theatre, City of Industry
Edwards Cinema Center, Costa Mesa
Studio Drive-In Theatre, Culver City
Edwards Saddleback Cinema 6, Lake Forest
Vermont Drive-In Theatre, Gardenia
Fashion Square Theatres, La Habra
La Habra Drive-In Theatre, La Habra
UA Movies, Long Beach
1,000 Oaks Drive-In Theatre, Newbury Park
UA Movies, North Hollywood
Rosecrans Drive-In Theatre, Paramount
Mann Pasadena, Pasadena
Puente Hills 6, Rowland Heights
UA Movies, Thousand Oaks
Mann Old Towne 6, Torrance
Edwards Cinema West, Westminster
UA Warner Center, Woodland Hills
Eagle Rock Plaza Theatres, Eagle Rock
Cinema Center, Northridge
Cinedome 21 Theatres, Orange
Eastland Theatre, West Covina

Reported Average Gross "Smokey and the Bandit II"
Week
Week Ending
Perfs.
Screens
Av. Gross
1
Thursday, August 21, 1980
37
 
 
2
Thursday, August 28, 1980
37
 
 
3
Thursday, September 4, 1980
37
 
 
4
Thursday, September 11, 1980
37
 
 
Totals
28 Days
Daily Average: $0
--
--
4 Weeks
Average Performance: $0
148
 
Source: Box Office Mojo
 
 
Friday, September 12, 1980 - Thursday, September 25, 1980 (2 Weeks)
The Mountain Men
Starring Charlton Heston and Brian Keith
Directed by Richard Lang
A Columbia Picture in Panavision
102 Minutes / Rated R
Daily at: 1:15, 3:30, 5:40, 8:00 and 10:15 PM

Day and Date:
National Theatre, Westwood
--
El Rey Theatre, Alhambra
Mann Brea Plaza, Brea
Fox Oxnard Theatre, Oxnard
Glendale Theatre, Glendale
Fountain Valley Drive-In Theatre, Fountain Valley
Hawthorne Plaza 6, Hawthorne
Woodbridge 5 Theatres, Irvine
Cinema Viejo, Mission Viejo
South Coast Theatre, Laguna Beach
Lakewood Center Theatre, Lakewood
Central City Theatres, San Bernadino
Puente Hills 6, Rowland Heights
La Mirada Theatre, La Mirada
Santa Anita 4, Arcadia
Fox Conejo Twin, Thousand Oaks
Mann Old Towne 6, Torrance
Mountain Green Drive-In, Upland
Cinema West, Westminster
Lido Theatre, Newport Beach
La Reina Theatre, Sherman Oaks
Topanga Theatres, Woodland Hills
Edwards Drive-In Theatre, Arcadia
Anaheim Drive-In Theatre, Anaheim
Pickwick Drive-In THeatre, Burbank
Starlite Drive-In Theatre, El Monte
Vermont Drive-In Theatre, Gardenia
La Habra Drive-In Theatre, La Habra
101 Drive-in THeatre, Ventura
Lakewood Drive-In Theatre, Long Beach
Rosecrans Drive-In Theatre, Paramount
1,000 Oaks Drive-In Theatre, Newbury Park
Baseline Drive-In Theatre, Highland
Magnolia Drive-In Theatre, Arlington
Cinema Center, Northridge
Cinedome 21 Theatres, Orange
Mission Drive-In Theatre, Montclair
Simi Valley Drive-In Theatre, Simi Valley
Eastland Theatre, West Covina
Hemet Theatre, Hemet

Reported Average Gross "The Mountain Men"
Week
Week Ending
Perfs.
Screens
Av. Gross
1
Thursday, September 18, 1980
35
 
 
2
Thursday, September 25, 1980
35
 
 
Totals
14 Days
Daily Average: $0
--
--
2 Weeks
Average Performance: $0
70
 
Source: Box Office Mojo
 
 
Friday, September 26, 1980 - Thursday, October 2, 1980 (1 Week)
In God We Trust
Starring Marty Feldman and Peter Boyle
Directed by Marty Feldman
A Universal Picture
97 Minutes / Rated PG
Daily at: 12:15, 2:00, 3:45, 5:45, 7:50 and 10:00 PM
Late Show Friday and Saturday at 12:00 AM
Opens Nationally on 653 Screens Including:
Mann Westwood Theatres, Westwood
--
Edwards Drive-In Theatre, Arcadia
Winnetka Drive-In, Chatsworth
South Coast Plaza Theatres, Costa Mesa
Edwards Saddleback Cinema 6
, Lake Forest
Vermont Drive-In Theatre, Gardenia
Capitol Theatre, Glendale
Fashion Square Theatres, La Habra
Lakewood Center Theatre, Lakewood
UA Movies, North Hollywood
Paramount Drive-In Theatre, Paramount
Mann Pasadena, Pasadena
Fiesta Drive-In Theatre, Pico Rivera
Puente Hills 6, Rowland Heights
UA Movies, Thousand Oaks
United Artist Theatre, Torrance
UA Del Amo 6, Torrance
Capri Theatre, West Covina
Cinema West
, Westminster
Cinema Center, Northridge
Stadium Drive-In Theatre, Orange
Thee Movies of Tarzana, Tarzana

Reported Average Gross "In God We Trust"
Week
Week Ending
Perfs.
Screens
Av. Gross
1
Thursday, October 2, 1980
44
 
 
Totals
7 Days
Daily Average: $0
--
--
1 Week
Average Performance: $0
44
 
Source: Box Office Mojo
 
 
Friday, October 3, 1980 - Tuesday, October 28, 1980 (4 Weeks)
Divine Madness
Starring Bette Midler and Jocelyn Brown
Directed by Michael Ritchie
A Ladd Company Release Through Warner Bros.
In Panavision and Technicolor
95 Minutes / Rated R
Daily at: 1:15, 3:30, 5:45, 8:00 and 10:15 PM
Late Show Friday and Saturday at 12:00 AM
Presented in 70mm, Dolby Stereo
Day and Date:
Plitt Century Plaza Theatres, Century City
--
Edwards Cinema, Costa Mesa
Cinedome 21 Theatres, Orange

Reported Average Gross "Divine Madness"
Week
Week Ending
Perfs.
Screens
Av. Gross
1
Thursday, October 9, 1980
37
 
 
2
Thursday, October 16, 1980
37
 
 
3
Thursday, October 23, 1980
37
 
 
4
Tuesday, October 28, 1980
(5 Days)
32
 
 
Totals
26 Days
Daily Average: $0
--
--
4 Weeks
Average Performance: $0
143
 
Source: Box Office Mojo
 
 
Wednesday, October 29, 1980 - Thursday, December 11, 1980 (6 Weeks)
Private Benjamin
Starring Goldie Hawn and Eileen Brennan
Directed by Howard Zieff
A Warner Bros. Picture
109 Minutes / Rated R
Daily at: 1:00, 3:20, 5:40, 8:10 and 10:30 PM
Opened Nationally Friday, October 10, 1980 on 763 Screens Including:
Village Theatre, Westwood
--
Anaheim Drive-In Theatre, Anaheim
UA Movies, Brea
Harbor Twin Theatres, Costa Mesa
Fox Covina Theatre, Covina
Studio Drive-In Theatre, Culver City
El Monte Drive-In Theatre, El Monte
Capitol Theatre, Glendale
Woodbridge 5 Theatres, Irvine
South Coast Theatre, Laguna Beach
Lakewood Center Theatre, Lakewood
La Mirada Theatre, La Mirada
UA Movies, Long Beach
Cinema Viejo, Mission Viejo
Montclare Theatre, Motntclare
Edwards Monterey Mall, Monterey Park
Fashion Center Cinemas, Northridge
Academy Theatre, Pasadena
Puente Hills East 6, Rowland Heights
La Reina Theatre, Sherman Oaks
Fox Conejo Twin, Thousand Oaks
Mann Old Towne 6, Torrance
United Artist Theatre, Torrance
Van Nuys Drive-In Theatre, Van Nuys
UA Twin Cinemas, Westminster
UA Warner Center, Woodland Hills
Cinedome 21 Theatres, Orange
Premiere, Saturday, December 6, 1980 at 7:30 PM

POPEYE
Starring Robin Williams and Shelly Duvall
Directed by Robert Altman
A Paramount Picture
114 Minutes / Rated PG
--
A Benefit for The Filmex Society

Reported Average Gross "Private Benjamin"
Week
Week Ending
Perfs.
Screens
Av. Gross
1
Thursday, November 6, 1980
(9 Days)
45
 
 
2
Thursday, November 13, 1980
35
 
 
3
Thursday, November 20, 1980
35
 
 
4
Thursday, November 27, 1980
35
 
 
5
Thursday, December 4, 1980
35
 
 
6
Thursday, December 11, 1980
(6 Days)
30
 
 
Totals
43 Days
Daily Average: $0
--
--
6 Weeks
Average Performance: $0
215
 
Source: Box Office Mojo
 
Friday, December 12, 1980 - Thursday, January 29, 1980 (7 Weeks)
Popeye
Starring Robin Williams and Shelly Duvall
Directed by Robert Altman
A Paramount Picture
114 Minutes / Rated PG
Daily at: 10:00 AM, 12:30, 3:00, 5:30, 8:00 and 10:30 PM
Late Show Friday and Saturday at 12:30 AM
Opens Nationally on 901 Screens Including:
National Theatre, Westwood
--
Studio Theatre, Studio City
Topanga Theatres, Woodland Hills
Mann Old Towne 6, Torrance
Glendale Theatre, Glendale
Hawthorne 2, Hawthorne
Mann Pasadena, Pasadena
Fox Covina Theatre, Covina
El Rey Theatre, Alhambra
Puente Hills East 6, Rowland Heights
Lakewood Center Theatre, Lakewood
UA Movies, Long Beach
Montclare Cinemas, Montclare
UA Movies, Brea
South Coast Plaza Theatres, Costa Mesa
La Mirada Theatre, La Mirada
Cinema West, Westminster
Edwards Saddleback Cinema 6, Lake Forest
Inland Cinema, San Bernadino
Mann 8, Oceanside
UA Cinema 4, Riverside
Mann Rancho San Bernardo, San Diego
UA Movies, Santa Maria
UA Movies, Bakerfield
UA Movies, Thousand Oaks
Fox Oxnard Theatre, Oxnard
Fiesta Drive-In Theatre, Pico Rivera
San Pedro Drive-In Theatre, San Pedro
Rosecrans Drive-In Theatre, Paramount
Los Altos Drive-In Theatre, Long Beach
Winnetka Drive-In, Chatsworth
Foothill Drive-In Theatre, Azusa
Lincoln Drive-In Theatre, Buena Park
Mission Drive-In Theatre, San Juan Capistrano
101 Drive-in THeatre, Ventura
Camelot Theatre, Palm Springs
Cinedome 21 Theatres, Orange
Fiesta Theatre, Santa Barbara
Mt. Baldy Drive-In Theatre, La Verne
Crest Drive-In Theatre, Norco
Airport Drive-In Theatre, Goleta
Lancaster Drive-In Theatre, Lancaster
99 Drive-In Theatre, Bakersfield
Simi Valley Drive-In Theatre, Simi Valley
 
Showtimes from Friday, December 26, 1980:
Daily at: 12:30, 3:00, 5:30, 8:00 and 10:30 PM
Late Show Friday and Saturday at 12:30 AM
 
 
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