Friday, December 4, 1981 - Wednesday, January 13, 1982 (6 Weeks)
Reds
Starring Warren Beatty and Diane Keaton
Directed by Warren Beatty
A Paramount Release
195 Minutes / Rated PG
Daily at: 12:00, 4:00 and 8:00 PM
Opens Nationally on 396 Screens Including:
Mann National Theatre, Westwood
--
Mann Old Towne 6, Torrance
Mann 6, Manhattan Beach
Pacific's Topanga Theatres, Woodland Hills
Mann La Reina Theatre, Sherman Oaks
Mann Alex Theatre, Glendale
Mann Academy Theatre, Pasadena
Cinedome 21 Theatres, Orange
Pacific's Lakewood Center Theatre, Lakewood
Edwards Newport Cinema, Newport Beach
UA Movies, Long Beach
Edwards Cinema West, Westminster
AMC Puente Hills West, Rowland Heights
Edwards Temple Theatre, Temple City
Pacific's La Mirada Theatre, La Mirada
UA Movies, Brea
Edwards Viejo Twin, Mission Viejo
SRO Montclair Theatre, Motntclair
UA Movies, Thousand Oaks
Mann 6, Valencia
Winnetka Drive-In, Chatsworth
Highway 39 Drive-In Theatre, Westminster
Eastland Theatre, West Covina
Camelot Theatre, Palm Springs
El Centro Theatre, Imperial Valley
Canyon Crest 5, Riverside
Plaza Theatre, Escondido
Highland Theatre, San Bernardino
Cinema Plaza, Carlsbad
Granada Theatre, Santa Barbara
Magic Lantern Theatre, Goleta
Ventura Theatre, Ventura
 
Reported Average Gross "Reds"
Week
Week Ending
Perfs.
Screens
Av. Gross
1
Thursday, December 10, 1981
21
396
$9,785
2
Thursday, December 17, 1981
21
644
$14,794
3
Thursday, December 24, 1981
21
644
$7,966
4
Thursday, December 31, 1981
21
644
$4,730
5
Thursday, January 7, 1982
21
626
$4,351
6
Wednesday, January 13, 1982
(6 Days)
18
573
$2,618
Totals
41 Days
Daily Average: $1,079
--
--
6 Weeks
Average Performance: $360
123
$44,244
Source: Box Office Mojo
 
 
Thursday, January 14, 1982 - Thursday, March 11, 1982 (8 Weeks)
One from the Heart
Starring Frederic Forrest and Teri Garr
Directed by Francis Ford Coppola
A Zoetrope Studios Production in Dolby Stereo
A Columbia Pictures Release
107 Minutes / Rated R


Daily at: 10:30 AM, 12:45, 3:00, 5:30, 8:00 and 10:20 PM
Late Show Friday and Saturday at 12:15 AM
Showtimes from Monday, January 18, 1982
Daily at: 12:45, 3:00, 5:30, 8:00 and 10:20 PM
Late Show Friday and Saturday at 12:15 AM
Day and Date:
Plitt Century Plaza Theatres, Century City
Edwards South Coast Plaza Town Center 4, Costa Mesa

Reported Average Gross "One from the Heart"
Week
Week Ending
Perfs.
Screens
Av. Gross
1
Thursday, January 21, 1982
(8 Days)
46
 
 
2
Thursday, January 28, 1982
37
 
 
3
Thursday, February 4, 1982
37
 
 
4
Thursday, February 11, 1982
37
 
 
5
Thursday, February 18, 1982
37
 
 
6
Thursday, February 25, 1982
37
 
 
7
Thursday, March 4, 1982
37
 
 
8
Thursday, March 11, 1982
37
 
 
Totals
57 Days
Daily Average: $0
--
--
8 Weeks
Average Performance: $0
305
$0
Source: Box Office Mojo


 
Friday, March 12, 1982 - Thursday, April 1, 1982 (3 Weeks)
Richard Pryor Live on the Sunset Strip
Starring Richard Pryor
Directed by Joe Layton
A Columbia Pictures Release
82 Minutes / Rated R
Daily at: 12:30, 2:15, 4:00 5:45, 7:30, 9:15 and 10:45 PM
Late Show Friday and Saturday at 12:15 AM
Opens Nationally on 1,277 Screens Including:
Mann National Theatre, Westwood
--
Edwards Alhambra Theatre, Alhambra
Edwards Drive-In Theatre, Arcadia
Crest Drive-In Theatre, Bakersfield
AMC Stockdale, Bakersfield
Mann Brea Plaza, Brea
Buena Park Drive-In Theatre, Buena Park
Pickwick Drive-In Theatre, Burbank
UA Cerritos Twin Cinemas, Cerritos
Winnetka Drive-In, Chatsworth
Compton Drive-In Theatre, Compton
Edwards Cinema Center, Costa Mesa
Edwards South Coast Plaza Town Center 4, Costa Mesa
El Monte Drive-In Theatre, El Monte
Edwards Saddleback Cinema 6
, Lake Forest
Hawthorne 2, Hawthorne
Century Drive-In Theatre, Ingelwood
Edwards Woodbridge 5 Theatres, Irvine
Pacific's South Coast Theatre, Laguna Beach
La Habra Drive-In Theatre, La Habra
Pacific's La Mirada Theatre, La Mirada
Bel Air Drive-In Theatre, Fontana
Los Altos Drive-In Theatre, Long Beach
UA Movies, Long Beach
UA Movies, Montclair
UA Movies, North Hollywood
General Cinema Fashion Malll, Northridge
Orange Drive-In Theatre, Orange
SRO Carriage Square Cinema, Oxnard
State Theatre, Pasadena
AMC Puente Hills West, Rowland Heights
UA Cinema 4, Riverside
AMC Rosemead 4 Cinemas, Rosemead
General Cinema's Sherman Oaks 1 & 2, Sherman Oaks
UA Movies, Thousand Oaks
Mann Old Towne 6, Torrance
Mann 6, Valencia
Van Nuys Drive-In Theatre, Van Nuys
101 Drive-in THeatre, Ventura
Edwards Cinema West, Westminster
Woodland Hills Cinemas, Woodland Hills
Magnolia Drive-In Theatre, Arlington
South Bay Drive-In Theatre, Carson
Avenue Theatre, Downey
Sands Theatre, Glendale
Holiday Theatre, Hemet
Fox California Theatre, Huntington Park
Cinedome 21 Theatres, Orange
Camelot Theatre, Palm Springs
Mission Drive-In Theatre, Montclair
Highland Theatre, San Bernardino
Granada Theatre, Santa Barbara
Larwin Twin, Simi Valley
Westcove Cinema, West Covina
 
Reported Average Gross "Richard Pryor Live on the Sunset Strip"
Week
Week Ending
Perfs.
Screens
Av. Gross
1
Thursday, March 18, 1982
51
1,277
$8,476
2
Thursday, March 25, 1982
51
1,227
$6,354
3
Thursday, April 1, 1982
51
1,235
$4,849
Totals
21 Days
Daily Average: $937
--
--
3 Weeks
Average Performance: $129
153
$19,679
Source: Box Office Mojo
 
 
Friday, April 2, 1982 - Thursday, April 29, 1982 (4 Weeks)
Some Kind of Hero
Starring Richard Pryor and Margot Kidder
Directed by Michael Pressman
A Paramount Picture
97 Minutes / Rated R
Daily at: 12:30, 2:30, 4:30, 6:30, 8:30, and 10:30 PM
Late Show Friday and Saturday at 12:15 AM
Opens Nationally on 975 Screens Including:
Mann National Theatre, Westwood
--
Mann Old Towne 6
, Torrance
Mann 6, Manhattan Beach
Pacific's Topanga Theatres, Woodland Hills
UA Movies, North Hollywood
Pacific's Sherman Oaks Galleria, Sherman Oaks
Mann Academy Theatre, Pasadena
AMC Puente 6, Puente Hills
AMC Rosemead 4 Cinemas, Rosemead
Edwards Alhambra Theatre, Alhambra
Pacific's Commerce Theatre, City of Commerce
Pacific's Lakewood Center South, Lakewood
Mann Brea Plaza, Brea
Pacific's La Mirada Theatre, La Mirada
AMC Central City Theatres, San Bernadino
Edwards Newport Cinema, Newport Beach
Mann Mountain Green Drive-In, Upland
UA Twin Cinemas, Westminster
Edwards Saddleback Cinema 6, Lake Forest
Mann Conejo Twin, Thousand Oaks
Mann 6, Valencia
Century Drive-In Theatre, Ingelwood
Vermont Drive-In Theatre, Gardenia
Van Nuys Drive-In Theatre, Van Nuys
Pickwick Drive-In Theatre, Burbank
Vineland Drive-In Theatre, City of Industry
Edwards Drive-In Theatre, Arcadia
Rosecrans Drive-In Theatre, Paramount
Los Altos Drive-In Theatre, Long Beach
La Habra Drive-In Theatre, La Habra
Buena Park Drive-In Theatre, Buena Park
Vineland Drive-In Theatre, City of Industry
Baseline Drive-In Theatre, Highland
101 Drive-in Theatre, Ventura
Simi Valley Drive-In Theatre, Simi Valley
Eagle Rock Plaza Theatres, Eagle Rock
Eastland Theatre, West Covina
Cinedome 21 Theatres, Orange
Stadium Drive-In Theatre, Orange
Palms to Pines, Palm Springs
Mt. Baldy Drive-In Theatre, La Verne
El Centro Theatre, Imperial Valley
Canyon Crest 5, Riverside
Crest Drive-In Theatre, Norco
Plaza Theatre, Newhall
Movies 7, Victorville
Camino Cinema, Oceanside
Holiday Theatre, Hemet
Lancaster Drive-In Theatre, Lancaster
 
Reported Average Gross "Some Kind of Hero"
Week
Week Ending
Perfs.
Screens
Av. Gross
1
Thursday, April 8, 1982
44
975
$7,244
2
Thursday, April 15, 1982
44
975
$6,205
3
Thursday, April 22, 1982
44
975
$3,549
4
Thursday, April 29, 1982
44
700
$3,664
Totals
28 Days
Daily Average: $505
--
--
4 Weeks
Average Performance: $80
176
$14,139
Source: Box Office Mojo
 
 
Friday, April 30, 1982 - Thursday, May 20, 1982 (3 Weeks)
Partners
Starring Ryan O'Neal and John Hurt
Directed by James Burrows
A Paramount Picture
93 Minutes / Rated R
Daily at: 12:30, 2:30, 4:30 6:30, 8:30, and 10:30 PM
Opens Nationally on 877 Screens Including:
 
Mann Bruin Theatre, Westwood
--
Mann Glendale Theatre, Glendale
UA Movies, North Hollywood
Mann Academy Theatre, Pasadena
Mann Old Towne 6, Torrance
Pacific's Topanga Theatres, Woodland Hills
Mann Fox Covina Theatre, Covina
Pacific's Lakewood Center South, Lakewood
Pacific's Whittwood Theatre, Whittier
AMC Puente 6, Rowland Heights
Mann 6, Manhattan Beach
Mann Mountain Green Drive-In, Upland
Edwards Newport Cinema, Newport Beach
AMC Orange Mall 6, Orange
Edwards El Rey Theatre, Alhambra
Edwards Fountain Valley, Fountain Valley
Edwards Saddleback Cinema 6, Lake Forest
Mann Brea Plaza, Brea
Edwards South Coast Plaza Town Center 4, Costa Mesa
UA Twin Cinemas, Westminster
Mann 6, Valencia
Mann Conejo Twin, Thousand Oaks
Mann Esplanade Theatres, Oxnard
SRO Covina Drive-In Theatre, Covina
SRO La Habra Drive-In Theatre, La Habra
Rialto Theatre, Rialto
Bell Theatre, Liberty
Fox Fullerton Theatre, Fullerton
Brookhurst Cinemas, Anaheim
Magic Lantern Theatre, Goleta
El Centro Theatre, Imperial Valley
Canyon Crest 5, Riverside
Camino Cinema, Oceanside
Camelot Theatre, Palm Springs
Magnolia Drive-In Theatre, Arlington
South Bay Drive-In Theatre, Carson
 
Columbia Employee Screening, Saturday, May 15, 1982 at 10:00 AM:

ANNIE
Starring Albert Finney and Carol Burnett
Directed by John Huston
A Columbia Pictures Release
126 Minutes / Rated PG
Tuesday, May 18, 1982:

Grauman's Chinese Theatre 55th Birthday Today

Reported Average Gross "Partners"
Week
Week Ending
Perfs.
Screens
Av. Gross
1
Thursday, May 6, 1982
42
877
$3,153
2
Thursday, May 13, 1982
42
848
$1,586
3
Thursday, May 20, 1982
(Esimate 50% Drop)
41
N/A
$793
Totals
21 Days
Daily Average: $263
--
--
3 Weeks
Average Performance: $44
125
$5,532
Source: Box Office Mojo

 
Friday, May 21, 1982 - Thursday, July 8, 1982 (7 Weeks)
Annie
Starring Albert Finney and Carol Burnett
Directed by John Huston
A Columbia Pictures Release
126 Minutes / Rated PG
Daily at: 9:15 and 11:45 AM, 2:15, 4:45, 7:30, and 10:15 PM
Late Show Friday and Saturday at 12:30 AM
Presented in 70mm, 6 Track Dolby Stereo
Day and Date:
General Cinema's Avco Cinema Center, Westwood
--
Edwards Newport Cinema, Newport Beach
Cinedome 21 Theatres, Orange
Showtimes from Monday, May 24, 1982:
Daily at: 11:45 AM, 2:15, 4:45, 7:30, and 10:15 PM
Late Show Friday and Saturday at 12:30 AM

Reported Average Gross "Annie"
Week
Week Ending
Perfs.
Screens
Av. Gross
1
Thursday, May 27, 1982
40
14
$57,729
2
Thursday, June 3, 1982
37
14
$66,809
3
Thursday, June 10, 1982
37
14
$45,203
4
Thursday, June 17, 1982
37
N/A
 
5
Thursday, June 24, 1982
37
N/A
 
6
Thursday, July 1, 1982
37
1,102
$7,508
7
Thursday, July 8, 1982
37
1,083
$6,858
Totals
49 Days
Daily Average: $0
--
--
7 Weeks
Average Performance: $0
262
$0
Source: Box Office Mojo
 
Friday, July 9, 1982 - Thursday, July 29, 1982 (3 Weeks)
Tron
Starring Jeff Bridges and Bruce Boxleitner
Directed by Steven Lisberger
A Lisberger-Kushner Production
In Tecnicolor, Super Panavision and Dolby Stereo
A Buena Vista Distribution Company Release
96 Minutes / Rated PG
Daily at: 11:15 AM, 1:30, 3:45, 6:00, 8:15, and 10:30 PM
Late Show Friday and Saturday at 12:30 AM
Presented in 70mm, 6 Track Dolby Stereo
I attended a performance during this engagement -ED
Opens Nationally on 1,091 Screens Including:
 
Mann Westwood Theatres, Westwood
Cinedome 21 Theatres, Orange
SRO Montclair Theatre, Motntclair
--
Edwards El Rey Theatre, Alhambra
UA Movies, Brea
Fox Fallbrook Theatre, Canoga Park
AMC Alondra 6 Theatres, Cerritos
Harbor Twin Theatres, Costa Mesa
Town & CountryTheatres, Encino
Edwards Fountain Valley, Fountain Valley
SRO Roxy Theatre, Glendale
Edwards Woodbridge 5 Theatres, Irvine
UA Movies, Long Beach
Edwards Mission Viejo Mall, Mission Viejo
UA Movies, North Hollywood
Mann Pasadena, Pasadena
AMC Puente 6, Rowland Heights
AMC Rosemead 4 Cinemas, Rosemead
Mann Old Towne 6, Torrance
SRO Rolling Hills Theatre, Torrance
Mann 6, Valencia
SRO Capri Theatre, West Covina
Edwards Cinema West, Westminster
Pacific's Whittwood Theatre, Whittier
Pacific's South Bay Drive-In Theatre, Carson
Crest Drive-In Theatre, Norco
Showcase Cinema I & II, Downey
Cinema Center, Northridge
Stadium Drive-In Theatre, Orange
Palms to Pines, Palm Springs
Americana Theatres, Panorama City
Mission Drive-In Theatre, Montclair
El Centro Theatre, Imperial Valley
Canyon Crest 5, Riverside
Larwin Twin, Simi Valley
Highland Twin, San Bernardino
Melody Theatre, 1,000 Oaks
Arlington Theatre, Santa Barbara
 
Reported Average Gross "Tron"
Week
Week Ending
Perfs.
Screens
Av. Gross
1
Thursday, July 15, 1982
44
1,091
$6,749
2
Thursday, July 22, 1982
44
1,112
$5,284
3
Thursday, July 29, 1982
44
842
$4,323
Totals
21 Days
Daily Average: $779
--
--
3 Weeks
Average Performance: $124
132
$16,356
Source: Box Office Mojo
 
 
Friday, July 30, 1982 - Thursday, August 19, 1982 (3 Weeks)
Night Shift
Starring Henry Winkler and Michael Keaton
Directed by Ron Howard
A Ladd Company Release through Warner Bros.
106 Minutes / Rated R
Daily at: 11:30 AM, 1:45, 4:00, 6:15, 8:30, and 10:30 PM
Late Show Friday and Saturday at 12:15 AM
Opens Nationally on 683 Screens Including:

Photo by Gary Parks, via Cinema Treasures
Mann National Theatre, Westwood
--
Edwards El Rey Theatre, Alhambra
Edwards' Drive-In Theatre, Arcadia
UA Movies, Brea
Pickwick Drive-In Theatre, Burbank
Mann Fox Covina Theatre, Covina
Edwards Saddleback Cinema 6, Lake Forest
Capitol Theatre, Glendale
Huntington Cinema, Huntington Beach
Century Drive-In Theatre, Ingelwood
Edwards Woodbridge 5 Theatres, Irvine
Pacific's South Coast Theatre, Laguna Beach
Pacific's Lakewood Center South, Lakewood
Pacific's La Mirada Theatre, La Mirada
Lakewood Drive-In Theatre, Long Beach
UA Movies, Long Beach
Mann 6, Manhattan Beach
Lido Theatre, Newport Beach
UA Movies, North Hollywood
Paramount Drive-In Theatre, Paramount
State Theatre, Glendale
Fiesta Drive-In Theatre, Pico Rivera
AMC Puente 6, Rowland Heights
UA Cinema 4, Riverside
AMC Rosemead 4 Cinemas, Rosemead
Bristol Cinema, Costa Mesa
Pacific's Sherman Oaks Galleria, Sherman Oaks
Mann Sycamore 6, Simi Valley
UA Movies, Thousand Oaks
Mann Old Towne 6, Torrance
Mann Mountain Green Drive-In, Upland

Mann 6
, Valencia
Highway 39 Drive-In Theatre, Westminster
UA Warner Center, Woodland Hills
Pacific's South Bay Drive-In Theatre, Carson
Avenue Theatre, Downey
Cinedome 21 Theatres, Orange
Stadium Drive-In Theatre, Orange
Camelot Theatre, Palm Springs
 
World Premiere, Tuesday, August 10, 1982:

THE TEMPEST
Starring John Cassavetes and Gena Rowlands
Directed by PaulMazursky
A Columbia Pictures Release
140 Minutes / Rated PG

Reported Average Gross "Nihgt Shift"
Week
Week Ending
Perfs.
Screens
Av. Gross
1
Thursday, August 5, 1982
44
683
$6,080
2
Thursday, August 12, 1982
(6 Days)
38
667
$5,419
3
Thursday, August 19, 1982
44
610
$4,519
Totals
20 Days
Daily Average: $801
--
--
3 Weeks
Average Performance: $127
126
$16,018
Source: Box Office Mojo
 
 
Friday, August 20, 1982 - Thursday, August 26, 1982 (1 Week)
The Beastmaster
Starring Marc Singer and Tanya Roberts
Directed by Don Coscarelli
An MGM/UA Entertainment Release
118 Minutes / Rated PG
Daily at: 12:30, 3:15, 5:45, 8:30, and 10:45 PM
Late Show Friday and Saturday at 12:15 AM
Opens Nationally on 1,013 Screens Including:
 
General Cinema's Avco Cinema Center, Westwood
--
Pacific's Edwards' Drive-In Theatre, Arcadia
General Cinema's Valley Plaza, Bakersfield
Mann Brea Plaza, Brea
Pickwick Drive-In Theatre, Burbank
Mann Fox Theatre, Canoga Park
AMC Alondra 6 Theatres, Cerritos
Pacific's Commerce Theatre, City of Commerce
Edwards Cinema Center, Costa Mesa
Mann Fox Covina Theatre, Covina
Pacific's Starlite Drive-In Theatre, El Monte
Edwards Saddleback Cinema 6, Lake Forest
Edwards Westbrook Cinemas, Westminster
Mann Glendale Theatre, Glendale
AMC Hawthorne Plaza 6, Hawthorne
Pacific's Century Drive-In Theatre, Ingelwood
Pacific's Tri-City Drive-In Theatre, Loma Linda
Pacific's Circle Drive-In Theatre, Long Beach
UA Movies, Montclair
Mann 8, Oceanside
Pacific's Orange Drive-In Theatre, Orange
UA City Cinema, Orange
SRO Carriage Square Cinema, Oxnard
Pacific's Sky View Drive-In Theatre, Oxnard
Pacific's Paramount Drive-In Theatre, Paramount
Mann Rancho San Bernardo, Rancho San Bernardo
UA Movies, Riverside
AMC Rosemead 4 Cinemas, Rosemead
Mann Old Towne 6, Torrance
Mann Sycamore 6, Simi Valley
Mann 6, Valencia
Highway 39 Drive-In Theatre, Westminster
Van Buren Drive-In Theatre, Arlington
Pacific's South Bay Drive-In Theatre, Carson
Lancaster Drive-In Theatre, Lancaster
Peppertree Cinemas, Northridge
Valley Drive-In Theatre, Oceanside
Palms to Pines, Palm Springs
Americana Theatres, Panorama City
Mission Drive-In Theatre, Montclair
Highland Twin, San Bernardino
Fairview Theatre, Goleta
Thee Movies of Tarzana, Tarzana
Movies 7, Victorville
 
Reported Average Gross "The Beastmaster"
Week
Week Ending
Perfs.
Screens
Av. Gross
1
Thursday, August 26, 1982
37
1,013
$4,621
Totals
7 Days
Daily Average: $660
--
--
1 Week
Average Performance: $125
37
$4,621
Source: Box Office Mojo
 
 
Friday, August 27, 1982 - Thursday, September 16, 1982 (2 Weeks)
The Junkman
Starring H.B. Halicki and Christopher Stone
Directed by H.B. Halicki
An American International Release in DeLuxe Color
96 Minutes / Rated PG
Daily at: 11:45 AM, 1:45, 3:45, 5:45, 7:45, and 9:45 PM
Late Show Friday and Saturday at 12:00 AM
Day and Date:
Mann Westwood Theatres, Westwood
--
Edwards Alhambra Theatre, Alhambra
UA Movies, Bakerfield
Mann Fox Fallbrook Theatre, Canoga Park
UA Cinemas, Costa Mesa
Mann Fox Covina Theatre, Covina
Edwards Saddleback Cinema 6, Lake Forest
Edwards Westbrook Cinemas, Westminster
Edwards Huntington Twin, Huntington Beach
Edwards South Coast Theatre, Laguna Beach
Pacific's Lakewood Center Theatre, Lakewood
Mann 6, Manhattan Beach
UA City Cinema, Orange
Mann Esplanade Theatres, Oxnard
Mann Pasadena, Pasadena
UA Movies, Riverside
Mann Wilshire Theatre, Santa Monica
Mann Sycamore 6, Simi Valley
Mann Studio Theatre, Studio City
Mann Old Towne 6, Torrance
Mann Mountain Green 4, Upland
Mann 6, Valencia
Pacific's Whittwood Theatre, Whittier
Mann Crest Drive-In Theatre, Bakersfield
Pacific's Vineland Drive-In Theatre, City of Industry
Pacific's Big Sky Drive-In Theatre, Duarte
Pacific's Bel Air Drive-In Theatre, Fontana
Pacific's Vermont Drive-In Theatre, Gardenia
Pacific's Los Altos Drive-In Theatre, Long Beach
Pacific's 1,000 Oaks Drive-In Theatre, Newbury Park
Pacific's Orange Drive-In Theatre, Orange
Pacific's Sky View Drive-In Theatre, Oxnard
Pacific's Rosecrans Drive-In Theatre, Paramount
Pacific's Fiesta Drive-In Theatre, Pico Rivera
Pacific's Sepulveda Drive-In Theatre, Van Nuys
Highway 39 Drive-In Theatre, Westminster
Culver Theatre, Culver City
Avenue Theatre, Downey
California Theatre, Huntington Park
Mt. Baldy Drive-In Theatre, La Verne
Crest Drive-In Theatre, Norco
Village Theatre, Palm Springs
Crest Theatres, San Bernardino
Sunset Drive-In Theatre, San Luis Obispo
Airport Drive-In Theatre, Goleta
Fiesta Theatre, Santa Barbara
Park Aire Drive-In Theatre, Santa Maria
Melody Theatre, Thousand Oaks
 
Reported Average Gross "Junkman"
Week
Week Ending
Perfs.
Screens
Av. Gross
1
Thursday, September 2, 1982
44
N/A
 
2
Thursday, September 9, 1982
44
N/A
 
3
Thursday, September 16, 1982
44
N/A
 
Totals
21 Days
Daily Average: $0
--
--
3 Weeks
Average Performance: $0
132
$0
Source: Box Office Mojo
 
 
Friday, September 17, 1982 - Thursday, September 23, 1982 (1 Week)
Das Boot (The Boat)
Starring Jürgen Prochnow and Herbert Grönemeyer
Directed by Wolfgang Petersen
A Columbia Pictures Release in Dolby Stereo
149 Minutes / Rated R
Daily at: 1:00, 4:00, 7:15, and 10:15 PM
Day and Date:
Mann Westwood Theatres, Westwood
--
General Cinema's Santa Anita 4, Arcadia
UA Los Cerritos Mall Cinema 4, Cerritos
Town & Country Theatres, Encino
Mann 6, Manhattan Beach

Reported Average Gross "Das Boot"
Week
Week Ending
Perfs.
Screens
Av. Gross
1
Thursday, September 23, 1982
28
N/A
 
Totals
7 Days
Daily Average: $0
--
--
1 Week
Average Performance: $0
28
$0
Source: Box Office Mojo
 
 
Friday, September 24, 1982 - Tuesday, November 9, 1982 (7 Weeks)
Raiders of the Lost Ark
Starring Harrison Ford and Karen Allen
Directed by Steven Spielburg
A Paramount Picture in Panavision, Dolby Stereo
115 Minutes / Rated PG
Daily at: 1:00, 3:30, 6:00, 8:30 and 11:00 PM
Presented in 70mm, 6 Track Dolby Stereo

Reported Average Gross "Raiders of the Lost Ark"
Week
Week Ending
Perfs.
Screens
Av. Gross
1
Thursday, September 30, 1982
35
N/A
 
2
Thursday, October 7, 1982
35
N/A
 
3
Thursday, October 14, 1982
35
N/A
 
4
Thursday, October 21, 1982
35
N/A
 
5
Thursday, October 28, 1982
35
N/A
 
6
Thursday, November 4, 1982
35
N/A
 
7
Tuesday, November 9, 1982
(5 Days)
30
N/A
 
Totals
0 Days
Daily Average: $0
--
--
0 Weeks
Average Performance: $0
240
$0
Source: Box Office Mojo
 
 
Wednesday, November 10, 1982 - Thursday, November 18, 1982 (1 Week)
Love Child
Starring Amy Madigan and Mackenzie Phillips
Directed by Larry Peerce
A Ladd Company Release through Warner Bros.
96 Minutes / Rated R
Daily at: 12:00, 2:00, 4:00, 6:15, 8:15 and 10:15 PM
Day and Date:
Mann Bruin Theatre, Westwood
--
Pacific's Anaheim Drive-In Theatre, Anaheim
Pacific's Winnetka Drive-In, Chatsworth
Mann Fox Covina Theatre, Covina
Pacific's Big Sky Drive-In Theatre, Duarte
Mann Glendale Theatre, Glendale
Pacific's Century Drive-In Theatre, Ingelwood
Pacific's Los Altos Drive-In Theatre, Long Beach
UA Los Cerritos Mall Cinema 4, Cerritos
Mann 6, Manhattan Beach
Edwards Viejo Twin, Mission Viejo
UA Movies, North Hollywood
Pacific's Paramount Drive-In Theatre, Paramount
UA Movies, Riverside
Edwards Bristol Cinema, Costa Mesa
Mann Old Towne 6, Torrance
UA Twin Cinemas, Westminster
UA Warner Center, Woodland Hills
Cinedome 21 Theatres, Orange

Reported Average Gross "Love Child"
Week
Week Ending
Perfs.
Screens
Av. Gross
1
Thursday, November 18, 1982
(8 Days)
42
N/A
 
Totals
8 Days
Daily Average: $0
--
--
10 Week
Average Performance: $0
42
$0
Source: Box Office Mojo
 
 
Friday, November 19, 1982 - Tuesday, November 23, 1982 (1 Week)
Heidi's Song
with the voices of Lorne Greene and Sammy Davis Jr.
Directed by Robert Taylor
A Paramount Picture in Dolby Stereo
94 Minutes / Rated G
Daily at: 11:45 AM, 1:45, 3:45, 5:45, 7:45 and 9:45 PM
Opens Nationally on 982 Screens Including:
Mann National Theatre, Westwood
--
UA Movies, Bakerfield
Mann Brea Plaza, Brea
UA Los Cerritos Mall Cinema 4, Cerritos
AMC Puente 6, Rowland Heights
Edwards Bristol Cinema, Costa Mesa
Edwards Cinema Center, Costa Mesa
Mann Fox Covina Theatre, Covina
Edwards Saddleback Cinema 6, Lake Forest
Mann Glendale Theatre, Glendale
Mann 8, Oceanside
Mann Esplanade Theatres, Oxnard
Pacific's Americana Theatres, Panorama City
Mann Pasadena 3, Pasadena
Pacific's Sherman Oaks Galleria, Sherman Oaks
Mann Sycamore 6, Simi Valley
Mann Conejo Twin, Thousand Oaks
Mann Old Towne 6, Torrance
SRO Rolling Hills Theatre, Torrance
Mann Mountain Green 4, Upland
Mann 6, Valencia
UA Twin Cinemas, Westminster
Pacific's Whittwood Theatre, Whittier
Pacific's Anaheim Drive-In Theatre, Anaheim
Pacific's Winnetka Drive-In, Chatsworth
Pacific's Vineland Drive-In Theatre, City of Industry
Pacific's Roadium Drive-In Theatre, Gardina
Pacific's Lakewood Drive-In Theatre, Long Beach
Pacific's Mt. Vernon Drive-In Theatre, San Bernardino
Pacific's Mission Drive-In Theatre, San Juan Capistrano
Holiday Theatre, Hemet
Peppertree Cinemas, Northridge
Cinedome 21 Theatres, Orange
Palms to Pines, Palm Springs
El Centro Theatre, Imperial Valley
Canyon Crest 5, Riverside
Family Twin Theatre, San Bernardino
Fiesta Theatre, Santa Barbara
Movies 7, Victorville
Valley Cinema, Yucca Valley
Lancaster Drive-In Theatre, Lancaster
Mt. Baldy Drive-In Theatre, La Verne
Crest Drive-In Theatre, Norco
 
Reported Average Gross "Heidi's Song"
Week
Week Ending
Perfs.
Screens
Av. Gross
1
Tuesday, November 23, 1982
(5 Days)
30
982
$1,827
Totals
5 Days
Daily Average: $365
--
--
1 Week
Average Performance: $61
30
$1,827
Source: Box Office Mojo
 
 
Wednesday, November 24, 1982 - Thursday, December 9, 1982 (2 Weeks)
Victor Victoria
Starring Julie Andrews and James Garner
Directed by Blake Edwards
A MGM/United Artists Distribution and Marketing Release in Metrocolor and Panavision
132 Minutes / Rated PG
Daily at: 11:45 AM, 2:30, 5:15, 8:30 and 10:45 PM
Day and Date:
Mann National Theatre, Westwood
--
Pacific's Anaheim Drive-In Theatre, Anaheim
Pacific's Winnetka Drive-In, Chatsworth
Pacific's Vineland Drive-In Theatre, City of Industry
Edwards Bristol Cinema, Costa Mesa
Mann Fox Covina Theatre, Covina
Pacific's Roadium Drive-In Theatre, Gardina
Edwards Woodbridge 5 Theatres, Irvine
Edwards South Coast Theatre, Laguna Beach
AMC Fashion Square Theatres, La Habra
Pacific's Lakewood Center Theatre, Lakewood
Mann 6, Manhattan Beach
Edwards Monterey Mall, Monterey Park
Mann 8, Oceanside
Mann Rancho San Bernardo, Rancho San Bernardo
UA Movies, Riverside
Pacific's Mt. Vernon Drive-In Theatre, San Bernardino
Pacific's Sherman Oaks Galleria, Sherman Oaks
Mann Sycamore 6, Simi Valley
Mann Old Towne 6, Torrance
Mann Mountain Green 4, Upland
Mann 6, Valencia
UA Twin Cinemas, Westminster
Pacific's Topanga Theatres, Woodland Hills
Van Buren Drive-In Theatre, Arlington
Nile Theatre, Bakersfield
Valley Theatre, El Centro
Cinedome 21 Theatres, Orange
Village Theatre, Palm Springs
Mission Drive-In Theatre, Montclair
Studio Theatre, San Bernadino (Starts Friday, November 26, 1982)
Plaza De Oro Theatre, Santa Barbara
El Rancho Theatre, Victorville
Westlake Village Twin, Westlake Village
 
Invitational Preview Screening, Thursday, December 9, 1982:

TOOTSIE
Starring Dustin Hoffman and Jessica Lange
Directed by Sydney Pollack
A Columbia Picture
116 Minutes / Rated PG

Reported Average Gross "Victor Victoria"
Week
Week Ending
Perfs.
Screens
Av. Gross
1
Thursday, December 2, 1982
(8 Days)
40
N/A
 
2
Thursday, December 9, 1982
42
N/A
 
Totals
15 Days
Daily Average: $0
--
--
2 Weeks
Average Performance: $0
82
$0
Source: Box Office Mojo
 
 
Friday, December 10, 1982 - Friday, December 24, 1982 (2 Weeks)
Airplane II: The Sequel
Starring Robert Hays and Julie Haggerty
Directed by Ken Finkleman
A Paramount Picture
85 Minutes / Rated PG
Daily at: 10:30 AM, 12:15, 2:15, 4:15, 6:30, 8:30, and 10:30 PM
Late Show Friday and Saturday at 12:00 AM
Opens Nationally on 1,150 Screens Including:
Mann National Theatre, Westwood
--
Edwards Alhambra Twin, Alhambra
UA Movies, Bakerfield
Mann Brea Plaza, Brea
AMC Puente 6, Rowland Heights
Edwards Bristol Cinema, Costa Mesa
Edwards Saddleback Cinema 6, Lake Forest
Mann Alex Theatre, Glendale
Edwards Woodbridge 5 Theatres, Irvine
Pacific's Lakewood Center Theatre, Lakewood
Pacific's La Mirada Theatre, La Mirada
UA Movies, Long Beach
General Cinema's Montclair Cinemas, Montclair
Mann 8, Oceanside
Mann Academy Theatre, Pasadena
General Cinema's South Bay Cinemas, Redondo Beach
AMC Rosemead 4 Cinemas, Rosemead
AMC Central City Theatres, San Bernadino
UA Movies, Santa Maria
Mann La Reina Theatre, Sherman Oaks
Mann Conejo Twin, Thousand Oaks
Mann 6, Valencia
Mann Ventura Twin, Ventura
Edwards Cinema West, Westminster Pacific's Topanga Theatres, Woodland Hills
Pacific's Vineland Drive-In Theatre, City of Industry
Pacific's Fountain Valley Drive-In Theatre, Fountain Valley
Pacific's Baseline Drive-In Theatre, Highland
Pacific's Los Altos Drive-In Theatre, Long Beach
Pacific's Rosecrans Drive-In Theatre, Paramount
Pacific's Fiesta Drive-In Theatre, Pico Rivera Pacific's Torrance Drive-In Theatre, Torrance
Pacific's Van Nuys Drive-In Theatre, Van Nuys
Pacific's 101 Drive-in Theatre, Ventura
Village Theatre, Crestline
Plaza Theatre, Escondido
Holiday Theatre, Hemet
City Center Theatres, Orange
Camelot Theatre, Palm Springs
El Centro Theatre, Imperial Valley
Canyon Crest 5, Riverside
Fairview Theatre, Goleta
Allen Theatre, Southgate
Movies 7, Victorville
Westcove Cinema, West Covina
Terrace Drive-In Theatre, Bakersfield
Lancaster Drive-In Theatre, Lancaster
Crest Drive-In Theatre, Norco
Valley Drive-In Theatre, Oceanside
Stadium Drive-In Theatre, Orange
Sunaire Drive-In Theatre, Palm Springs
Simi Valley Drive-In Theatre, Simi Valley
 
Reported Average Gross "Airplane II: The Sequel"
Week
Week Ending
Perfs.
Screens
Av. Gross
1
Thursday, December 16, 1982
51
1,150
$5,930
2
Friday, Decmber 24, 1982
(8 Days)
58
1,150
$4,599
Totals
15 Days
Daily Average: $702
--
--
2 Weeks
Average Performance: $97
109
$10,529
Source: Box Office Mojo
 
 
Saturday, December 25, 1982 - Thursday, March 17, 1983 (12 Weeks)
Tootsie
Starring Dustin Hoffman and Jessica Lange
Directed by Sydney Pollack
A Columbia Picture
116 Minutes / Rated PG
Daily at: 10:15 AM, 12:30, 3:00, 5:30, 8:00, and 10:25 PM
Late Show Friday and Saturday at 12:30 AM
Showtimes from Monday, January 3, 1983
Daily at: 12:30, 3:00, 5:30, 8:00, and 10:25 PM
Late Show Friday and Saturday at 12:30 AM
I attended a performance during this engagement - ED
Opened Nationally Friday, December 17, 1982 on 943 Screens Including:
General Cinema's Avco Cinema Center, Westwood
--
UA Movies, Bakerfield
Mann Brea Plaza, Brea
AMC Puente 6, Rowland Heights
Edwards Town Center 4, Costa Mesa
AMC Fashion Square Theatres, La Habra
Pacific's Lakewood Center Theatre, Lakewood
UA Cinema 4, Marina Del Rey
Edwards Mission Viejo Mall, Mission Viejo
SRO Montclair Theatre, Motntclair
Edwards Monterey Mall, Monterey Park
Edwards Newport Cinema, Newport Beach
Pacific's Northridge Cinemas, Northridge
SRO Carriage Square Cinema, Oxnard
SRO Hastings Theatre, Pasadena
General Cinema's South Bay Cinemas, Redondo Beach
AMC Central City Theatres, San Bernadino
Mann Sycamore 6, Simi Valley
Mann Studio Theatre, Studio City
UA Movies, Thousand Oaks
Mann 6, Valencia
UA Twin Cinemas, Westminster
General Cinema's Woodland Hills Cinemas, Woodland Hills
Movies, Lancaster
University Village 3, Los Angeles
Cinedome 21 Theatres, Orange
Stadium Drive-In Theatre, Orange
Plaza Theatre, Palm Springs
El Centro Theatre, Imperial Valley
Canyon Crest 5, Riverside
Granada Theatre, Santa Barbara
Movies 7, Victorville
Eastland Theatre, West Covina
 
Showtimes from Monday, January 3, 1983:
Daily at: 12:30, 3:00, 5:30, 8:00, and 10:25 PM
Late Show Friday and Saturday at 12:30 AM
 
 
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