Friday, December 12, 1986 - Thursday, January 15, 1987 (5 Weeks)
The Golden Child
Starring Eddie Murphy and Charlotte Lewis
Directed by Michael Ritchie
A Paramount Picture in Dolby Stereo
94 Minutes / Rated PG-13
Daily at: 12:15, 2:40, 5:15, 7:30, and 10:00 PM
Late Show Friday and Saturday at 12:15 AM
Presented in Dolby Stereo / THX
Opened Nationally on 1,667 Screens Including:

Photo by John H. Mozzer
Mann National Theatre, Westwood
--
Edwards Alhambra Place, Alhambra
UA Movies, Bakersfield
Mann Brea Plaza, Brea
UA Movies 8, Buena Park
AMC Burbank 10, Burbank
Edwards Cinema Center, Costa Mesa
Edwards South Coast Plaza Theatres, Costa Mesa
Edwards Saddleback Cinema 6, El Toro
Edwards Carousel Theatre, Escondido
Mann Alex Theatre, Glendale
Mann 6, Glendora
Edwards University Center 6, Irvine
Edwards Woodbridge 5 Theatres, Irvine
Pacific's Lakewood Center Theatre, Lakewood
Pacific's La Mirada Theatre, La Mirada
UA Movies 6, Long Beach Marina
SoCal University Village 3, Los Angeles
Mann 6, Manhattan Beach
Edwards Viejo Twin, Mission Viejo
Mann Huntington Oaks, Monrovia
Edwards Monterey Mall, Monterey Park
Pacific's Northridge Cinemas, Northridge
Mann 8, Oceanside
Pacific's Carriage Square Cinema, Oxnard
Pacific's Americana Theatres, Panorama City
Pacific's Hastings Theatre, Pasadena
Mann Puente Hills 6, Puente Hills
Mann 6, Rancho San Bernardo
Edwards Rancho Cucamonga, Rancho Cucamonga
Canyon Crest 5, Riverside
UA Park Sierra 6, Riverside
Edwards Rosemead 4 Cinemas, Rosemead
Pacific's Inland Cinema, San Bernadino
UA Movies, Santa Maria
Pacific's Sherman Oaks Galleria, Sherman Oaks
Mann Sycamore 6, Simi Valley
Edwards Village Center, Stanton
Mann Valley West, Tarzana
Mann Rancho California, Temecula
Mann Conejo Twin, Thousand Oaks
Mann Old Towne 6, Torrance
Mann 4, Upland
Mann 10, Valencia
SoCal's Eastland Theatre, West Covina
Edwards Cinema West, Westminster
Pacific's Topanga Theatres, Woodland Hills
Edwards Foothill Drive-In Theatre, Azusa
Mann Crest Drive-In Theatre, Bakersfield
Pacific's Buena Park Drive-In Theatre, Buena Park
Pacific's Pickwick Drive-In Theatre, Burbank
Pacific's Winnetka Drive-In, Chatsworth
Pacific's Vineland Drive-In Theatre, City of Industry
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 Centinela Drive-In Theatre, Los Angeles
Pacific's Rosecrans Drive-In Theatre, Paramount
Pacific's Fiesta Drive-In Theatre, Pico Rivera
Pacific's 101 Drive-in Theatre, Ventura
Festival Cinemas, Arroyo Grande
Century Cinema, Atascadero
Baldwin Complex, Baldwin Hills
Park Plaza, Buellton
Goleta Cinema, Goleta
Holiday Theatre, Hemet
Movies, Lancaster
Gemeni Cinemas, Lompoc
State Theatre, Downtown Los Angeles
Cinedome 21 Theatres, Orange
Town Center Cinema 7, Palm Desert
Plaza Theatre, Palm Springs
Penninsula Cinema, Palos Verdes
Movies, Ridgecrest
Granada Theatre, Santa Barbara
Movies 7, Victorville
Valley Cinema, Yucca Valley
Van Buren Drive-In Theatre, Arlington
Valley Drive-In Theatre, Oceanside
Stadium Drive-In Theatre, Orange
Mission Drive-In Theatre, Pomona
 
Reported Average Gross "The Golden Child"
Week
Week Ending
Perfs.
Screens
Av. Gross
1
Thursday, Decmber 18, 1986
37
1,667
$9,217
2
Thursday, December 25, 1986
37
1,667
$7,835
3
Thursday, January 1, 1987
37
1,714
$10,019
4
Thursday, January 8, 1987
37
1,657
$4,965
5
Thursday, January 15, 1987
37
1,535
$3,549
Totals
35 Days
Daily Average: $1,017
--
--
5 Weeks
Average Performance: $192
185
$35,585
Source: Box Office Mojo
 
 
Friday, January 16, 1987 - Thursday, February 5, 1987 (3 Weeks)
Critical Condition
Starring Richard Pryor and Rachel Ticotin
Directed by Michael Apted
A Paramount Picture in Dolby Stereo
100 Minutes / Rated R
Daily at: 12:15, 2:45, 5:15, 8:00, and 10:45 PM
Late Show Friday and Saturday at 12:45 AM
Presented in Dolby Stereo / THX
Opened Nationally on 1,343 Screens Including:
Mann National Theatre, Westwood
--
Edwards Foothill Center, Azusa
AMC Stockdale, Bakersfield
Mann Brea Plaza, Brea
UA Movies 8, Buena Park
AMC Burbank 10, Burbank
Edwards Harbor Twin Theatres, Costa Mesa
Mann Fox Covina Theatre, Covina
UA Movies, Escondido
Mann Glendale Theatre, Glendale
Edwards University Center 6, Irvine
Edwards/SoCal Laguna Hills Mall, Laguna Hills
AMC Fashion Square Theatres, La Habra
Pacific's Lakewood Center South, Lakewood
Pacific's Gateway 5 Theatre, La Mirada
UA Movies 6, Long Beach Marina
SoCal University Village 3, Los Angeles
Mann 6, Manhattan Beach
UA Cinema 4, Marina Del Rey
Edwards Mission Viejo Mall, Mission Viejo
Mann Huntington Oaks, Monrovia
Edwards Monterey Mall, Monterey Park
Pacific's Northridge Cinemas, Northridge
SoCal's Plaza Cinema, Oceanside
Pacific's Americana Theatres, Panorama City
Pacific's Hastings Theatre, Pasadena Mann Puente Hills 6, Puente Hills
Mann 6, Rancho San Bernardo
Edwards Rancho Cucamonga, Rancho Cucamonga
Canyon Crest 5, Riverside
UA Park Sierra 6, Riverside
Pacific's Inland Cinema, San Bernadino
Edwards Bristol 4, Santa Ana
Santa Maria Theatre, Santa Maria
Pacific's Sherman Oaks Galleria, Sherman Oaks
Mann Sycamore 6, Simi Valley
Edwards Village Center, Stanton
Mann Valley West, Tarzana
Edwards Temple Theatre, Temple City
UA Movies, Thousand Oaks
Mann Old Towne 6, Torrance
Mann 4, Upland
Mann 10, Valencia
Edwards Cinema West, Westminster
Pacific's Topanga Theatres, Woodland Hills
Mann Crest Drive-In Theatre, Bakersfield
Pacific's Buena Park Drive-In Theatre, Buena Park
Pacific's Winnetka Drive-In, Chatsworth
Pacific's Vineland Drive-In Theatre, City of Industry
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 Centinela Drive-In Theatre, Los Angeles
Pacific's Rosecrans Drive-In Theatre, Paramount
Pacific's Fiesta Drive-In Theatre, Pico Rivera
Pacific's Van Nuys Drive-In Theatre, Van Nuys
Pacific's 101 Drive-in Theatre, Ventura
Festival Cinemas, Arroyo Grande
Baldwin Complex, Baldwin Hills
Holiday Theatre, Hemet
Movies, Lancaster
Los Angeles Theatre, Downtown Los Angeles
Cinedome 21 Theatres, Orange
Town Center Cinema 7, Palm Desert
Penninsula Cinema, Palos Verdes
Fiesta Theatre, Santa Barbara
Century 8 Cinema, Ventura
Movies 7, Victorville
Van Buren Drive-In Theatre, Arlington
Valley Drive-In Theatre, Oceanside
Stadium Drive-In Theatre, Orange
Mission Drive-In Theatre, Pomona
 
Reported Average Gross "Critical Condition"
Week
Week Ending
Perfs.
Screens
Av. Gross
1
Thursday, January 22, 1987
37
1,343
$5,459
2
Thursday, January 29, 1987
37
1,343
$3,275
3
Thursday, February 5, 1987
37
1,333
$2,472
Totals
21 Days
Daily Average: $534
--
--
3 Weeks
Average Performance: $101
111
$11,206
Source: Box Office Mojo
 
 
Friday, February 6, 1987 - Thursday, February 12, 1987 (1Week)
From the Hip
Starring Judd Nelson and Elizabeth Perkins
Directed by Bob Clark
A DEG Release in Dolby Stereo
111 Minutes / Rated PG


Daily at: 11:45 AM, 2:30, 5:15, 8:00, and 10:45 PM
Late Show Friday and Saturday at 1:15 AM
Presented in Dolby Stereo / THX
Opened Nationally on 970 Screens Including:
 
Mann National Theatre, Westwood
--
AMC Stockdale, Bakersfield
Mann Brea Plaza, Brea
UA Movies 8, Buena Park
AMC Burbank 10, Burbank
Pacific's Pickwick Drive-In Theatre, Burbank
Pacific's Vineland Drive-In Theatre, City of Industry
Edwards Cinema Center, Costa Mesa
Edwards South Coast Plaza Theatres, Costa Mesa
Mann Fox Covina Theatre, Covina
Edwards Saddleback Cinema 6, El Toro
Pacific's Bel Air Drive-In Theatre, Fontana
Mann Alex Theatre, Glendale
Edwards Charter Center, Huntington Beach
Edwards University Center 6, Irvine
Pacific's La Mirada Theatre, La Mirada
Pacific's Lakewood Center Theatre, Lakewood
AMC Marina Pacifica 6, Long Beach Marina
Mann 6, Manhattan Beach
Edwards Crown Valley, Mission Viejo
Mann 6, Monrovia
Pacific's Northridge Cinemas, Northridge
Pacific's Carriage Square Cinema, Oxnard
Pacific's Hastings Theatre, Pasadena
Mann Puente Hills 6, Puente Hills
Edwards Rancho Cucamonga, Rancho Cucamonga
UA Park Sierra 6, Riverside
AMC Rolling Hills, Rolling Hills
AMC Commercenter, San Bernardino
Mann 6, Simi Valley
Edwards Village Center, Stanton
Mann Studio Theatre, Studio City
Mann Valley West, Tarzana
Edwards Temple Theatre, Temple City
Mann Conejo Twin, Thousand Oaks
Mann Old Towne 6, Torrance
Pacific's Torrance Drive-In Theatre, Torrance
Mann 4, Upland
Mann 10, Valencia
Pacific's Highway 39 Drive-In Theatre, Westminster
Pacific's Topanga Theatres, Woodland Hills
Van Buren Drive-In Theatre, Arlington
Festival Cinemas, Arroyo Grande
Movies West, Lancaster
Cinedome 21 Theatres, Orange
Stadium Drive-In Theatre, Orange
Town Center Cinema 7, Palm Desert
Mission Drive-In Theatre, Pomona
Fiesta Theatre, Santa Barbara
Santa Maria Theatre, Santa Maria
 
Reported Average Gross "From the Hip"
Week
Week Ending
Perfs.
Screens
Av. Gross
1
Thursday, February 12, 1987
37
970
$3,151
Totals
7 Days
Daily Average: $0
--
--
1 Week
Average Performance: $0
37
$3,151
Source: Box Office Mojo
 
 
Friday, February 13, 1987 - Thursday, March 5, 1987 (3 Weeks)
Over the Top
Starring Sylvester Stallone and Robert Loggia
Directed by Menahem Golan
A Warner Bros. Release in Dolby Stereo
93 Minutes / Rated PG
Daily at: 12:30, 2:45, 5:15, 8:00, and 10:30 PM
Late Show Friday and Saturday at 12:45 AM
Presented in 70mm, 6 Track Dolby Stereo / THX
Opened Nationally on 1,758 Screens Including:
 
Mann Village Theatre, Westwood
--
Edwards Foothill Center, Azusa
Mann Brea Plaza, Brea
UA Movies 8, Buena Park

AMC Burbank 10, Burbank
Pacific's Pickwick Drive-In Theatre, Burbank
Pacific's Winnetka Drive-In, Chatsworth
Pacific's Commerce Theatre, City of Commerce
Pacific's Vineland Drive-In Theatre, City of Industry
Edwards Cinema Center, Costa Mesa
Edwards Town Center 4, Costa Mesa
Pacific's Studio Drive-In Theatre, Culver City
Edwards Saddleback Cinema 6, El Toro
Mann Alex Theatre, Glendale
Edwards Woodbridge 5 Theatres, Irvine
AMC Fashion Square Theatres, La Habra
Pacific's Gateway 5 Theatre, La Mirada
AMC Marina Pacifica 6, Long Beach Marina
Pacific's Los Altos Drive-In Theatre, Long Beach
SoCal University Village 3, Los Angeles
UA Los Cerritos Mall Cinema 4, Los Cerritos
Mann 6, Manhattan Beach
UA Cinema 4, Marina Del Rey
Edwards Mission Viejo Mall, Mission Viejo
Mann 6, Monrovia
Edwards Monterey Mall, Monterey Park
UA Movies, North Hollywood
Pacific's Americana Theatres, Panorama City
Pacific's Rosecrans Drive-In Theatre, Paramount
Mann Hastings Ranch 3, Pasadena
Pacific's Fiesta Drive-In Theatre, Pico Rivera
Mann Puente Hills 6, Puente Hills
Edwards Rancho Cucamonga, Rancho Cucamonga
Pacific's Sherman Oaks Galleria, Sherman Oaks
Edwards Village Center, Stanton
Mann Valley West, Tarzana
Edwards Temple Theatre, Temple City
UA Movies, Thousand Oaks
Mann Old Towne 6, Torrance
Pacific's Torrance Drive-In Theatre, Torrance
Pacific's Van Nuys Drive-In Theatre, Van Nuys
Pacific's 101 Drive-in Theatre, Ventura
SoCal's Westcove Cinema, West Covina
Pacific's Highway 39 Drive-In Theatre, Westminster
UA Twin Cinemas, Westminster
General Cinema's Woodland Hills Cinemas, Woodland Hills
State Theatre, Downtown Los Angeles
Orpheum Theatre, Downtown Los Angeles (with Spanish Subtitles)
Cinedome 21 Theatres, Orange
Stadium Drive-In Theatre, Orange
Town Center Cinema 7, Palm Desert
Penninsula Cinema, Palos Verdes
Granada Theatre, Santa Barbara
 
Premiere, Monday, February 23, 1987:

SOME KIND OF WONDERFUL
StarringEric Stoltz and Mary Stuart Masterson
Directed by Howard Deutch
A Paramount Pictures Release in Dolby Stereo
95 Minutes / Rated PG-13

Reported Average Gross "Over the Top"
Week
Week Ending
Perfs.
Screens
Av. Gross
1
Thursday, February 19, 1987
37
1,758
$3,507
2
Thursday, February 26, 1987
(6 Days)
32
1,758
$2,446
3
Thursday, March 5, 1987
37
1,605
$1,673
Totals
20 Days
Daily Average: $381
--
--
3 Weeks
Average Performance: $72
106
$7,626
Source: Box Office Mojo
 
 
Friday, March 6, 1987 - Thursday, April 9, 1987 (5 Weeks)
Lethal Weapon
Starring Mel Gibson and Danny Glover
Directed by Richard Donner
A Warner Bros. Picture in Dolby Stereo
110 Minutes / Rated R
Daily at: 11:30 AM, 2:15, 5:00, 8:00, and 10:45 PM
Late Show Friday and Saturday at 1:15 AM
Presented in 70mm, 6 Track Dolby Stereo / THX
Opened Nationally on 1,256 Screens Including:
 
Mann Village Theatre, Westwood
--
Edwards Foothill Drive-In Theatre, Azusa
AMC Stockdale, Bakersfield
Mann Brea Plaza, Brea
UA Movies 8, Buena Park
AMC Burbank 10, Burbank
UA Cerritos Twin Cinemas, Cerritos
Pacific's Winnetka Drive-In, Chatsworth
Pacific's Commerce Theatre, City of Commerce
Pacific's Vineland Drive-In Theatre, City of Industry
Edwards South Coast Plaza Theatres, Costa Mesa
Mann Fox Covina Theatre, Covina
Pacific's Studio Drive-In Theatre, Culver City
Edwards El Toro Cinemas, El Toro
Pacific's Vermont Drive-In Theatre, Gardenia
UA Capitol Theatre, Glendale
Mann 6, Glendora
Edwards Charter Center, Huntington Beach
AMC Fashion Square Theatres, La Habra
Pacific's Gateway 5 Theatre, La Mirada
AMC Marina Pacifica 6, Long Beach Marina
Pacific's Los Altos Drive-In Theatre, Long Beach
Mann 6, Manhattan Beach
Edwards Crown Valley, Mission Viejo
Mann 6, Monrovia
Edwards Monterey Mall, Monterey Park
Edwards Newport Cinema, Newport Beach
UA Movies, North Hollywood
Pacific's Americana Theatres, Panorama City
Pacific's Rosecrans Drive-In Theatre, Paramount
Mann Hastings Ranch 3, Pasadena
UA Marketplace, Pasadena
Pacific's Fiesta Drive-In Theatre, Pico Rivera
AMC Plaza 10, Puente Hills
Edwards Rancho Cucamonga, Rancho Cucamonga
AMC Rolling Hills, Rolling Hills
AMC Commercenter, San Bernardino
General Cinema's Sherman Oaks 1 & 2, Sherman Oaks
Edwards Village Center, Stanton
Mann Valley West, Tarzana
Edwards Temple Theatre, Temple City
Mann Old Towne 6, Torrance
Mann 4, Upland
Pacific's Van Nuys Drive-In Theatre, Van Nuys
Pacific's 101 Drive-in Theatre, Ventura
Pacific's Highway 39 Drive-In Theatre, Westminster
UA Warner Center, Woodland Hills
Orpheum Theatre, Downtown Los Angeles (with Spanish Subtitles)
State Theatre, Downtown Los Angeles
Baldwin Complex, Baldwin Hills
Cinedome 21 Theatres, Orange
Stadium Drive-In Theatre, Orange
Town Center Cinema 7, Palm Desert
Plaza Theatre, Palm Springs
Fairview Theatres, Santa Barbara
Fiesta Theatre, Santa Barbara
  World Premiere, Thursday, March 26, 1987:

AMAZING GRACE AND CHUCK
Starring Jamie Lee Curtis and Gregory Peck
Directed by Mike Newell
A TriStar Pictures Release in in Dolby Stereo
114 Minutes / Rated PG

Reported Average Gross "Lethal Weapon"
Week
Week Ending
Perfs.
Screens
Av. Gross
1
Thursday, March 12, 1987
37
1,256
$7,823
2
Thursday, March 19, 1987
37
1,256
$7,899
3
Thursday, March 26, 1987
(6 Days)
32
1,420
$5,578
4
Thursday, April 2, 1987
37
1,420
$4,695
5
Thursday, April 9, 1987
37
1,408
$3,792
Totals
34 Days
Daily Average: $876
--
--
5 Weeks
Average Performance: $165
180
$29,787
Source: Box Office Mojo
 
 
Friday, April 10, 1987 - Monday, May 18, 1987 (6 Weeks)
The Secret of My Success
Starring Michael J. Fox and Helen Slater
Directed by Herbert Ross
A Universal Picture in Dolby Stereo
111 Minutes / Rated PG-13
Daily at: 11:30 AM, 2:00, 5:00, 8:00, and 10:45 PM
Late Show Friday and Saturday at 1:00 AM
Presented in Dolby Stereo / THX
Opened Nationally on 1,336 Screens Including:
 
Mann National Theatre, Westwood
--
Edwards Alhambra Place, Alhambra
Pacific's Anaheim Drive-In Theatre, Anaheim
Edwards Azusa Drive-In Theatre, Azusa
AMC Stockdale, Bakersfield
Mann Crest Drive-In Theatre, Bakersfield
Mann Brea Plaza, Brea
UA Movies 8, Buena Park
AMC Burbank 10, Burbank
Pacific's Pickwick Drive-In Theatre, Burbank
Pacific's Winnetka Drive-In, Chatsworth
Edwards Town Center 4, Costa Mesa
Edwards Rancho Cucamonga, Cucamonga
Pacific's Eagle Rock Plaza Theatres, Eagle Rock
Edwards El Toro Cinemas, El Toro
Mann 6, Glendora
AMC Fashion Square Theatres, La Habra
Pacific's Lakewood Center Theatre, Lakewood
Pacific's Gateway 5 Theatre, La Mirada
Pacific's Vineland Drive-In Theatre, City of Industry
AMC Marina Pacifica 6, Long Beach Marina
Mann 6, Manhattan Beach
UA Cinema 4, Marina Del Rey
Edwards Mission Viejo Mall, Mission Viejo
Mann Huntington Oaks, Monrovia
General Cinema's Montclair Plaza Cinemas, Montclair
Edwards Newport Cinema, Newport Beach
UA Valley Plaza, North Hollywood
Pacific's Northridge Cinemas, Northridge
Pacific's Carriage Square Cinema, Oxnard
Pacific's Rosecrans Drive-In Theatre, Paramount
Mann Hastings Ranch 3, Pasadena
UA Marketplace, Pasadena
Pacific's Fiesta Drive-In Theatre, Pico Rivera
AMC Plaza 10, Puente Hills
Canyon Crest 5, Riverside
UA Tyler Mall, Riverside
AMC Rolling Hills, Rolling Hills
AMC Commercenter, San Bernardino
Baseline Drive-In Theatre, Highland
General Cinema's Sherman Oaks 1 & 2, Sherman Oaks
Mann 6, Simi Valley
Edwards Village Center, Stanton
Mann Valley West, Tarzana
Mann Rancho California, Temecula
Edwards Temple Theatre, Temple City
Mann Conejo Twin, Thousand Oaks
Mann Old Towne 6, Torrance
Mann 10, Valencia
Pacific's 101 Drive-in Theatre, Ventura
SoCal's Eastland Theatre, West Covina
Pacific's Highway 39 Drive-In Theatre, Westminster
UA Twin Cinemas, Westminster
UA Warner Center, Woodland Hills
South Bay Drive-In Theatre, Carson
Holiday Theatre, Hemet
Movies, Lancaster
Cinedome 21 Theatres, Orange
Town Center Cinema 7, Palm Desert
Family Twin Theatre, San Bernardino
Granada Theatre, Santa Barbara
Movies 7, Victorville
Thursday, May 14, 1987
Eddie Murphy (26) Forecourt Ceremonies and Hollywood 100th Anniversary Plaque
  Monday, May 18, 1987
Grauman's Chinese Theatre 60th Birthday Today

Reported Average Gross "The Secret of My Success"
Week
Week Ending
Perfs.
Screens
Av. Gross
1
Thursday, April 16, 1987
37
1,336
$8,619
2
Thursday, April 23, 1987
37
1,344
$7,518
3
Thursday, April 30, 1987
37
1,346
$5,294
4
Thursday, May 7, 1987
37
1,333
$4,344
5
Thursday, May 14, 1987
37
1,337
$3,850
6
Monday, May 18, 1987
(4 Days)
22
1,331
$3,120
Totals
39 Days
Daily Average: $840
--
--
6 Weeks
Average Performance: $158
207
$32,745
Source: Box Office Mojo
 
 
World Premiere, Tuesday, May 19, 1987
Regular Engagement: Wenesday, May 20, 1987 - Thursday, July 2, 1987 (6 Weeks)
Beverly Hills Cop II
Starring Eddie Murphy and Judge Reinhold
Directed by Tony Scott
A Paramount Picture in Dolby Stereo
100 Minutes / Rated R
Daily at: 10:00 AM, 12:15, 2:45, 5:15, 8:00, 10:45 PM, and 1:15 AM
Presented in Dolby Stereo / THX
Showtimes from Tuesday, May 26
Daily at: 12:15, 2:45, 5:15, 8:00, 10:45 PM
Late Show Friday and Saturday at 1:15 AM
Opened Nationally on 2,326 Screens Including:
 
Mann Village Theatre, Westwood
--
Edwards Alhambra Twin, Alhambra
AMC Stockdale, Bakersfield
Mann Brea Plaza, Brea
UA Movies 8, Buena Park
AMC Burbank 10, Burbank
Pacific's Commerce Theatre, City of Commerce
Edwards Cinema, Costa Mesa
Edwards South Coast Plaza Theatres, Costa Mesa
Edwards El Toro Cinemas, El Toro
UA Movies, Escondido
Mann Alex Theatre, Glendale
Mann 6, Glendora
Edwards Charter Center, Huntington Beach
Pacific's Warner Theatre, Huntington Park
Edwards University Center 6, Irvine
Edwards Woodbridge 5 Theatres, Irvine
Edwards South Coast Theatre, Laguna Beach
Pacific's Lakewood Center Theatre, Lakewood
Pacific's La Mirada Theatre, La Mirada
AMC Marina Pacifica 6, Long Beach Marina
SoCal University Village 3, Los Angeles
Mann 6, Manhattan Beach
UA Cinema 4, Marina Del Rey
Edwards Crown Valley, Mission Viejo
Mann Huntington Oaks, Monrovia
Edwards Monterey Mall, Monterey Park
Edwards Newport Cinema, Newport Beach
UA Movies, North Hollywood
Pacific's Northridge Cinemas, Northridge
Mann 8, Oceanside
Pacific's Americana Theatres, Panorama City
Pacific's Hastings Theatre, Pasadena
Mann Puente Hills 6, Puente Hills
Mann 6, Rancho San Bernardo
Edwards Rancho Cucamonga, Rancho Cucamonga
Canyon Crest 5, Riverside
UA Tyler Mall, Riverside
AMC Rolling Hills, Rolling Hills
Pacific's Inland Cinema, San Bernadino
UA Movies, Santa Maria
Pacific's Sherman Oaks Galleria, Sherman Oaks
Mann Sycamore 6, Simi Valley
Edwards Village Center, Stanton
Mann Valley West, Tarzana
Mann Rancho California, Temecula
Edwards Temple Theatre, Temple City
Mann Conejo Twin, Thousand Oaks
Mann Old Towne 6, Torrance
Mann 4, Upland
Mann 10, Valencia
Mann Buenaventura, Ventura
SoCal's Westcove Cinema, West Covina
Edwards Cinema West, Westminster
Pacific's Topanga Theatres, Woodland Hills
Edwards Azusa Drive-In Theatre, Azusa
Mann Crest Drive-In Theatre, Bakersfield
Pacific's Winnetka Drive-In, Chatsworth
Pacific's Vineland Drive-In Theatre, City of Industry
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 Centinela Drive-In Theatre, Los Angeles
Pacific's Rosecrans Drive-In Theatre, Paramount
Pacific's Fiesta Drive-In Theatre, Pico Rivera
's Van Nuys Drive-In Theatre, Van Nuys
Pacific's 101 Drive-in Theatre, Ventura
Pacific's Highway 39 Drive-In Theatre, Westminster
Festival Cinemas, Arroyo Grande
Century Cinema, Atascadero
Baldwin Complex, Baldwin Hills
Cinemas Four, Barstow
Village Theatre, Big Bear Lake
Park Plaza, Buellton
Showcase Cinema I & II, Downey
Holiday Theatre, Hemet
Movies, Lancaster
Gemeni Cinemas, Lompoc
State Theatre, Downtown Los Angeles
Century Cinedome 21 Theatres, Orange
Town Center Cinema 7, Palm Desert
Plaza Theatre, Palm Springs
Movies, Ridgecrest
Canyon Theatre, San Dimas
Arlington Theatre, Santa Barbara
Goleta Cinema, Santa Barbara
Movies 7, Victorville
Valley Cinema, Yucca Valley
Van Buren Drive-In Theatre, Arlington
Valley Drive-In Theatre, Oceanside
Stadium Drive-In Theatre, Orange
Mission Drive-In Theatre, Pomona
 
Showtimes from Tuesday, May 26
Daily at: 12:15, 2:45, 5:15, 8:00, 10:45 PM
Late Show Friday and Saturday at 1:15 AM

Reported Average Gross "Beverly Hills Cop II"
Week
Week Ending
Perfs.
Screens
Av. Gross
1
Thursday, May 28, 1987
(9 Days)
57
2,326
$20,485
2
Thursday, June 4, 1987
37
2,326
$10,278
3
Thursday, June 11, 1987
37
2,326
$7,567
4
Thursday, June 18, 1987
37
2,326
$5,444
5
Thursday, June 25, 1987
37
2,326
$4,833
6
Thursday, July 2, 1987
37
2,191
$3,950
Totals
42 Days
Daily Average: $1,251
--
--
6 Weeks
Average Performance: $217
242
$52,557
Source: Box Office Mojo
 
 
Friday, July 3, 1987 - Thursday, July 16, 1987 (2 Weeks)
Innerspace
Starring Dennis Quaid and Martin Short
Directed by Joe Dante
A Warner Bros. Release in Dolby Stereo
120 Minutes / Rated PG
Daily at: 12:00, 2:30, 5:15, 8:00, and 10:45 PM
Late Show Friday and Saturday at 1:15 AM
Presented in 70mm, 6 Track Dolby Stereo / THX
Opened Nationally on 1,603 Screens Including:
 
General Cinema's Avco Cinema Center, Westwood
--
Edwards Drive-In Theatre, Arcadia
AMC Stockdale, Bakersfield Mann Brea Plaza, Brea
UA Movies 8, Buena Park
AMC Burbank 10, Burbank
Pacific's Pickwick Drive-In Theatre, Burbank
UA Cerritos Twin Cinemas, Cerritos
Pacific's Winnetka Drive-In, Chatsworth
Pacific's Vineland Drive-In Theatre, City of Industry
Edwards South Coast Plaza Theatres, Costa Mesa
Mann Fox Covina Theatre, Covina
Pacific's Studio Drive-In Theatre, Culver City
Mann Alex Theatre, Glendale
Mann 6, Glendora
UA Movies, Granada Hills
Edwards Woodbridge 5 Theatres, Irvine
AMC Fashion Square Theatres, La Habra
Pacific's Gateway 5 Theatre, La Mirada
Edwards/SoCal Laguna Hills Mall, Laguna Hills
AMC Marina Pacifica 6, Long Beach Marina
Pacific's Los Altos Drive-In Theatre, Long Beach
Mann 6, Manhattan Beach
Edwards Crown Valley, Mission Viejo
Mann 6, Monrovia
Edwards Monterey Mall, Monterey Park
Edwards Newport Cinema, Newport Beach
UA Valley Plaza, North Hollywood
Pacific's Rosecrans Drive-In Theatre, Paramount
Mann Hastings Ranch 3, Pasadena
UA Marketplace, Pasadena
Pacific's Fiesta Drive-In Theatre, Pico Rivera
AMC Plaza 10, Puente Hills
AMC Rolling Hills, Rolling Hills
Pacific's Sherman Oaks Galleria, Sherman Oaks
Edwards Village Center, Stanton
Mann Valley West, Tarzana
Edwards Temple Theatre, Temple City
UA Movies, Thousand Oaks
Cineplex Odeon Universal City Cinemas, Universal City
Pacific's 101 Drive-in Theatre, Ventura
Pacific's Highway 39 Drive-In Theatre, Westminster
UA Twin Cinemas, Westminster
UA Warner Center, Woodland Hills
Century Cinedome 21 Theatres, Orange
Stadium Drive-In Theatre, Orange
 
Reported Average Gross "Innerspace"
Week
Week Ending
Perfs.
Screens
Av. Gross
1
Thursday, July 9, 1987
37
1,603
$6,261
2
Thursday, July 16, 1987
37
1,603
$4,167
Totals
14 Days
Daily Average: $745
--
--
2 Weeks
Average Performance: $141
74
$10,428
Source: Box Office Mojo
 
 
Friday, July 17, 1987 - Thursday, July 30, 1987 (2 Weeks)
RoboCop
Starring Peter Weller and Nancy Allen
Directed by Paul Verhoven
An Orion Pictures Release in Dolby Stereo
102 Minutes / Rated PG
Showtimes TBA
Opened Nationally on 1,580 Screens Including:
Day and Date Theatres TBA  
 
Reported Average Gross "RoboCop"
Week
Week Ending
Perfs.
Screens
Av. Gross
1
Thursday, July 23, 1987
37
1,580
$7,826

2

Thursday, July 30, 1987
37
1,585
$6,178
Totals
14 Days
Daily Average: $1,000
--
--
2 Weeks
Average Performance: $189
74
$14,004
Source: Box Office Mojo
 
 
Friday, July 31, 1987 - Thursday, August 27, 1987 (4 Weeks)
The Living Daylights
Starring Timothy Dalton and Maryam d'Abo
Directed by John Glen
A United Artists Release in Dolby Stereo
130 Minutes / Rated PG / THX
Daily at: 11:00 AM, 1:45, 4:45, 7:45, and 10:45 PM
Late Show Friday and Saturday at 1:30 AM
Opened Nationally on 1,728 Screens Including:
Mann Village Theatre, Westwood
--
SoCal University Village 3, Los Angeles
Mann Brea Plaza, Brea
Edwards Cinema, Costa Mesa
Edwards South Coast Plaza Theatres, Costa Mesa
Edwards Woodbridge 5 Theatres, Irvine
Edwards South Coast Theatre, Laguna Beach
Edwards/SoCal Laguna Hills Mall, Laguna Hills
Pacific's La Habra Drive-In Theatre, La Habra
Edwards Crown Valley, Mission Viejo
Edwards Newport Cinema, Newport Beach
Edwards Village Center, Stanton
Edwards Cinema West, Westminster
Pacific's Highway 39 Drive-In Theatre, Westminster
AMC Burbank 10, Burbank
Pacific's Winnetka Drive-In, Chatsworth
Mann Alex Theatre, Glendale
Pacific's Northridge Cinemas, Northridge
Pacific's Americana Theatres, Panorama City
Mann Studio Theatre, Studio City
Mann Valley West, Tarzana
Mann Conejo Twin, Thousand Oaks
Mann 10, Valencia
General Cinema's Woodland Hills Cinemas, Woodland Hills
Edwards Alhambra Place, Alhambra
Edwards Azusa Drive-In Theatre, Azusa
Mann Fox Covina Theatre, Covina
Mann 6, Glendora
Mann Huntington Oaks, Monrovia
Mann Hastings Ranch 3, Pasadena
AMC Plaza 10, Puente Hills
Edwards Temple Theatre, Temple City
Pacific's Studio Drive-In Theatre, Culver City
Mann 6, Manhattan Beach
AMC Rolling Hills, Rolling Hills
Mann Old Towne 6, Torrance
Pacific's Torrance Drive-In Theatre, Torrance
Mann 6, Simi Valley
Mann Ventura Twin, Ventura
Pacific's 101 Drive-in Theatre, Ventura
Canyon Crest 5, Riverside
AMC Stockdale, Bakersfield
General Cinema's Rancho Cinemas, Colton
Edwards Rancho Cucamonga, Cucamonga
Vineland Drive-In Theatre, City of Industry
Baseline Drive-In Theatre, Highland
Mann Mountain Green 4, Upland
Pacific's Lakewood Center Theatre, Lakewood
AMC Marina Pacifica 6, Long Beach Marina
Pacific's Los Altos Drive-In Theatre, Long Beach
Pacific's La Mirada Theatre, La Mirada
Edwards Monterey Mall, Monterey Park
Van Buren Drive-In Theatre, Arlington
Festival Cinemas, Arroyo Grande
Los Angeles Theatre, Downtown Los Angeles (with Spanish Subtitles)
Cinema Twin, Goleta
Holiday Theatre, Hemet
California Theatre, Huntington Park
Movies, Lancaster
Lompoc Theatre, Lompoc
Ojai Playhouse, Ojai
Century Cinedome 21 Theatres, Orange
Stadium Drive-In Theatre, Orange
Town Center Cinema 7, Palm Desert
Camelot Theatre, Palm Springs
Mission Drive-In Theatre, Pomona
Family Twin Theatre, San Bernardino
Canyon Theatre, San Dimas
Arlington Theatre, Santa Barbara
Winchester Theatre, Temecula
Movies 7, Victorville
 
Reported Average Gross "The Living Daylights"
Week
Week Ending
Perfs.
Screens
Av. Gross
1
Thursday, August 6, 1987
37
1,728
$9,886
2
Thursday, August 13, 1987
37
1,727
$6,707
3
Thursday, August 20, 1987
37
1,680
$4,493
4
Thursday, August 27, 1987
37
1,599
$3,408
Totals
28 Days
Daily Average: $875
--
--
4 Weeks
Average Performance: $165
148
$24,494
Source: Box Office Mojo
 
 
Friday, August 28, 1987 - Thursday, September 17, 1987 (3 Weeks)
Hamburger Hill
Starring Dylan McDermott and Don Cheadle
Directed by John Irvin
A Paramount Release in Dolby Stereo
110 Minutes / Rated R
Daily at: 11:45 AM, 2:30, 5:30, 8:30, and 10:30 PM
Late Show Friday and Saturday at 1:00 AM
Presented in Dolby Stereo / THX
I attended a performance during this engagement - ED
Opened Nationally on 814 Screens Including:
 
Mann Regent, Westwood
--
Edwards Alhambra Place, Alhambra
Edwards Foothill Drive-In Theatre, Azusa
AMC Stockdale, Bakersfield
Mann Brea Plaza, Brea
AMC Burbank 10, Burbank
AMC Puente Hills 10, City of Industry
Edwards Cinema Center, Costa Mesa
Pacific's Eagle Rock Plaza Theatres, Eagle Rock
Edwards Saddleback Cinema 6, El Toro
Edwards University Center 6, Irvine
Pacific's Lakewood Center Theatre, Lakewood
Pacific's La Mirada Theatre, La Mirada
UA Movies 6, Long Beach Marina
Mann 6, Manhattan Beach
UA Cinema 4, Marina Del Rey
Edwards Mission Viejo Mall, Mission Viejo
Pacific's Northridge Cinemas, Northridge
Mann 8, Oceanside
Pacific's Carriage Square Cinema, Oxnard
Mann Hastings Ranch 3, Pasadena
Mann 6, Rancho San Bernardo
Canyon Crest 5, Riverside
Pacific's Inland Cinema, San Bernadino
Mann Wilshire Theatre, Santa Monica
Pacific's Sherman Oaks Galleria, Sherman Oaks
Edwards Village Center, Stanton
Mann Valley West, Tarzana
Mann Conejo Twin, Thousand Oaks
Mann Old Towne 6, Torrance
Cineplex Odeon Universal City Cinemas, Universal City
Mann 4, Upland
Mann 10, Valencia
SoCal's Westcove Cinema, West Covina
Pacific's Topanga Theatres, Woodland Hills
Pacific's Anaheim Drive-In Theatre, Anaheim
Pacific's Winnetka Drive-In, Chatsworth
Vineland Drive-In Theatre, City of Industry
Baseline Drive-In Theatre, Highland
Pacific's Centinela Drive-In Theatre, Los Angeles
Pacific's Rosecrans Drive-In Theatre, Paramount
Pacific's Fiesta Drive-In Theatre, Pico Rivera
Festival Cinemas, Arroyo Grande
Movies, Lancaster
Century Cinedome 21 Theatres, Orange
Town Center Cinema 7, Palm Desert
Penninsula Cinema, Palos Verdes
Mission Cinema, San Luis Obispo
Fiesta Theatre, Santa Barbara
South Bay Drive-In Theatre, Carson
Valley Drive-In Theatre, Oceanside
 

Premiere, Thursday, September 17, 1987:

LIKE FATER LIKE SON
Starring Dudley Moore andKirk Cameron
Directed by Rod Daniel
ARelease in Dolby Stereo
96 Minutes / Rated PG-13

Reported Average Gross "Hamberger Hill"
Week
Week Ending
Perfs.
Screens
Av. Gross
1
Thursday, September 3, 1987
37
814
$6,052
2
Thursday, September 10, 1987
37
814
$4,498
3
Thursday, September 17, 1987(6 Days)
32
810
$2,509
Totals
20 Days
Daily Average: $653
--
--
3 Weeks
Average Performance: $123
106
$13,059
Source: Box Office Mojo
 
 
Friday, September 18, 1987 - Tuesday, November 24, 1987 (10 Weeks)
Fatal Attraction
Starring Micahel Douglas and Glenn Close
Directed by Andrian Lyne
A Paramount Picture in Dolby Stereo
119 Minutes / Rated R
Daily at: 11:15 AM, 2:00, 5:00, 8:00, and 10:45 PM
Late Show Friday and Saturday at 1:30 AM
Presented in Dolby Stereo / THX
Opened Nationally on 758 Screens Including:
 
Mann Bruin Theatre, Westwood
--
UA Movies, Bakersfield
Mann Brea Plaza, Brea
AMC Burbank 10, Burbank
Edwards South Coast Plaza Theatres, Costa Mesa
Mann Alex Theatre, Glendale
Edwards Charter Center, Huntington Beach
Edwards/SoCal Laguna Hills Mall, Laguna Hills
Pacific's Lakewood Center Theatre, Lakewood
Pacific's La Mirada Theatre, La Mirada
AMC Marina Pacifica 6, Long Beach Marina
Mann 6, Manhattan Beach
UA Cinema 4, Marina Del Rey
Edwards Crown Valley, Mission Viejo
Mann Huntington Oaks, Monrovia
Edwards Newport Cinema, Newport Beach
Mann 8, Oceanside
Pacific's Carriage Square Cinema, Oxnard
Pacific's Hastings Theatre, Pasadena
Mann Puente Hills 6, Puente Hills
Canyon Crest 5, Riverside
AMC Rolling Hills, Rolling Hills
Pacific's Inland Cinema, San Bernadino
Pacific's Sherman Oaks Galleria, Sherman Oaks
Edwards Village Center, Stanton
Mann Valley West, Tarzana
Edwards Temple Theatre, Temple City
Mann Conejo Twin, Thousand Oaks
Mann Old Towne 6, Torrance
Cineplex Odeon Universal City Cinemas, Universal City
Mann 10, Valencia
Pacific's Topanga Theatres, Woodland Hills
Pacific's Winnetka Drive-In, Chatsworth
Pacific's Los Altos Drive-In Theatre, Long Beach
Pacific's Torrance Drive-In Theatre, Torrance
Pacific's Highway 39 Drive-In Theatre, Westminster
Festival Cinemas, Arroyo Grande
Movies, Lancaster
Century Cinedome 21 Theatres, Orange
Town Center Cinema 7, Palm Desert
Granada Theatre, Santa Barbara
Stadium Drive-In Theatre, Orange
  Premiere, Monday, September 28, 1987:

SLAM DANCE
Starring Tom Hulce and Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio
Directed by Wayne Wang
An Island Pictures Release
92 Minutes / Rated R

Reported Average Gross "Fatal Attraction"
Week
Week Ending
Perfs.
Screens
Av. Gross
1
Thursday, September 24, 1987
37
758
$14,514
2
Thursday, October 1, 1987
(6 Days)
32
777
$12,603
3
Thursday, October 8, 1987
37
1,297
$10,013
4
Thursday, October 15, 1987
37
1,321
$9,785
5
Thursday, October 22, 1987
37
1,324
$8,092
6
Thursday, October 29, 1987
37
1,340
$8,197
7
Thursday, November 5, 1987
37
1,347
$6,773
8
Thursday, November 12, 1987
37
1,351
$7,153
9
Thursday, November 19, 1987
37
1,386
$5,911
10
Tuesday, November 24, 1987
(5 Days)
27
1,386
$5,713
Totals
67 Days
Daily Average: $1,324
--
--
10 Weeks
Average Performance: $348
255
$88,754
Source: Box Office Mojo
 
 
Wednesday, November 25, 1987 - Thursday, December 24, 1987 (4 Weeks)
Planes, Trains and Automobiles
Starring Steve Martin and John Candy
Directed by John Hughes
A Paramount Picture in Dolby Stereo
93 Minutes / Rated R
Daily at: 11:45 AM, 2:00, 4:45, 7:30, and 10:15 PM
Late Show Friday and Saturday at 12:30 AM
Presented in Dolby Stereo / THX
Opened Nationally on 1,118 Screens Including:
 
Mann Village Theatre, Westwood
--
Mann Festival Cinemas, Arroyo Grande
AMC Stockdale, Bakersfield
Mann Brea Plaza, Brea
UA Movies 8, Buena Park
AMC Burbank 10, Burbank
SoCal's Plaza Camino Real Cinemas, Carlsbad
Edwards Cinema Center, Costa Mesa
Edwards Carousel Theatre, Escondido
Mann Alex Theatre, Glendale
Mann 6, Glendora
Edwards Charter Center, Huntington Beach
Edwards University Center 6, Irvine
Edwards South Coast Theatre, Laguna Beach
Edwards/SoCal Laguna Hills Mall, Laguna Hills
Pacific's Lakewood Center Theatre, Lakewood
Pacific's La Mirada Theatre, La Mirada
UA Movies 6, Long Beach Marina
Mann 6, Manhattan Beach
UA Cinema 4, Marina Del Rey
Edwards Crown Valley, Mission Viejo
Mann Huntington Oaks, Monrovia
Pacific's Montclair Theatre, Motntclair
Pacific's Northridge Cinemas, Northridge
Pacific's Hastings Theatre, Pasadena
AMC Plaza 10, Puente Hills
Mann 6, Rancho San Bernardo
Edwards Rancho Cucamonga, Rancho Cucamonga
Canyon Crest 5, Riverside
Pacific's Inland Cinema, San Bernadino
Pacific's Sherman Oaks Galleria, Sherman Oaks
Mann 6, Simi Valley
Mann Valley West, Tarzana
Edwards Temple Theatre, Temple City
Mann Conejo Twin, Thousand Oaks
Mann Old Towne 6, Torrance
Cineplex Odeon Universal City Cinemas, Universal City
Mann 10, Valencia
SoCal's Eastland Theatre, West Covina
Edwards Cinema West, Westminster
Pacific's Topanga Theatres, Woodland Hills
Pacific's Anaheim Drive-In Theatre, Anaheim
Mann Crest Drive-In Theatre, Bakersfield
Pacific's Winnetka Drive-In, Chatsworth
Pacific's Vineland Drive-In Theatre, City of Industry
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 Foothil Drive-In Theatre, Rialto
Pacific's 101 Drive-in Theatre, Ventura
Pacific's Highway 39 Drive-In Theatre, Westminster
Movies, Lancaster
Century Cinedome 21 Theatres, Orange
Town Center Cinema 7, Palm Desert
Courtyard 6, Palm Springs
Penninsula Cinema, Palos Verdes
Pacific's Americana Theatres, Panorama City
Mission Cinema, San Luis Obispo
Granada Theatre, Santa Barbara
Century 8 Cinema, Ventura
Movies 7, Victorville
Van Buren Drive-In Theatre, Arlington
South Bay Drive-In Theatre, Carson
Valley Drive-In Theatre, Oceanside
Mission Drive-In Theatre, Pomona
 
Reported Average Gross "Plants, Trains and Automobiles"
Week
Week Ending
Perfs.
Screens
Av. Gross
1
Thursday, December 3, 1987
(9 Days)
47
1,118
$10,716
2
Thursday, December 10, 1987
37
1,118
$5,851
3
Thursday, December 17, 1987
37
1,578
$3,130
4
Thursday, December 24, 1987
37
1,610
$2,759
Totals
30 Days
Daily Average: $749
--
--
4 Weeks
Average Performance: $142
158
$22,456
Source: Box Office Mojo
 
 
Friday, December 25, 1987 - Thursday, January 14, 1988 (3 Weeks)
Eddie Murphy Raw
Starring Eddie Murphy and Samuel L. Jackson
Directed by Robert Townsend
A Paramount Picture in Dolby Stereo
93 Minutes / Rated R
Daily at: 12:15, 2:45, 5:15, 8:00, and 10:30 PM
Presented in Dolby Stereo / THX

Opened Nationally on 1,391 Screens Including:
 
Mann Village Theatre, Westwood
--
Edwards Alhambra Place, Alhambra
Mann Festival Cinemas, Arroyo Grande
Edwards Foothill Center, Azusa
UA Movies, Bakersfield
Mann Brea Plaza, Brea
UA Movies 8, Buena Park
AMC Burbank 10, Burbank
Pacific's Commerce Theatre, City of Commerce
Edwards Harbor Twin Theatres, Costa Mesa
Pacific's Eagle Rock Plaza Theatres, Eagle Rock
Edwards Saddleback Cinema 6, El Toro
UA Movies, Escondido
AMC Fullerton 8, Fullerton
Pacific's Warner Theatre, Huntington Park
Edwards University Center 6, Irvine
Edwards Woodbridge 5 Theatres, Irvine
Pacific's Lakewood Center Theatre, Lakewood
Pacific's La Mirada Theatre, La Mirada
AMC Marina Pacifica 6, Long Beach Marina
UA Movies 6, Long Beach Marina
SoCal University Village 3, Los Angeles
Mann 6, Manhattan Beach
Mann Huntington Oaks, Monrovia
Edwards Monterey Mall, Monterey Park
UA Movies, North Hollywood
Pacific's Northridge Cinemas, Northridge
Mann 8, Oceanside
AMC Orange Mall 6, Orange
Pacific's Carriage Square Cinema, Oxnard
Mann Hastings Ranch 3, Pasadena
Mann Puente Hills 6, Puente Hills Edwards Rancho Cucamonga, Rancho Cucamonga Canyon Crest 5, Riverside
UA Tyler Mall, Riverside
Pacific's Inland Cinema, San Bernadino
Edwards Bristol 4, Santa Ana
Edwards Village Center, Stanton
Mann Old Towne 6, Torrance
Cineplex Odeon Universal City Cinemas, Universal City
Mann 4, Upland
Mann 10, Valencia
AMC Victor Valley 10, Victorville
SoCal's Westcove Cinema, West Covina
UA Twin Cinemas, Westminster
Pacific's Topanga Theatres, Woodland Hills
Mann Crest Drive-In Theatre, Bakersfield
Pacific's Winnetka Drive-In, Chatsworth
Pacific's Vineland Drive-In Theatre, City of Industry
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 Centinela Drive-In Theatre, Los Angeles
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 Van Nuys Drive-In Theatre, Van Nuys
Pacific's Highway 39 Drive-In Theatre, Westminster
Fox Theatre, Banning
Movies, Lancaster
Baldwin Complex, Los Angeles
State Theatre, Downtown Los Angeles
City Center Theatres, Orange
Town Center Cinema 7, Palm Desert
Plaza Theatre, Palm Springs
Pacific's Americana Theatres, Panorama City
Penninsula Cinema, Palos Verdes
Mission Cinema, San Luis Obispo
Fairview Theatres, Santa Barbara
Granada Theatre, Santa Barbara
Winchester Theatre, Temecula
Van Buren Drive-In Theatre, Arlington
Valley Drive-In Theatre, Oceanside
Stadium Drive-In Theatre, Orange
Mission Drive-In Theatre, Pomona
Hi-way Drive-In Theatre, Santa Maria
Simi Valley Drive-In Theatre, Simi Valley
 
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