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Marquee Cinemas

Marquee Cinemas Inc.
Private
Industry Entertainment (movie theatres)
Founded 1979 in Rainelle, West Virginia
Headquarters Beckley, West Virginia
Curtis E. McCall, Founder
Website www.marqueecinemas.com
Marquee Cinemas in Toms River, New Jersey

Marquee Cinemas is a chain of movie theaters operated out of Beckley, West Virginia since its 1979 inception.

Currently, the chain consists of twenty theaters in the following locations.

Connecticut
Westbrook

Florida

Cape Coral

Kentucky

Glasgow

New Jersey

Toms River

New York

New Hartford
North Carolina
Morganton
Raleigh
Statesville

Pennsylvania

Scranton

Tennessee

Kingsport
Bristol

Virginia

Fredericksburg
Wytheville

West Virginia

Beckley
Huntington
Lewisburg
South Charleston
Summersville
Welch
Wheeling

Curtis E. McCall was the president, Chief Executive Officer, and Chairman of the Board of Marquee Cinemas, Inc. Mr. McCall was also president of the National Association of Theatre Owners (NATO) of West Virginia and had been a board member since 1982. He was also a board member of National NATO.

Kid's Summer Movie Series

Every summer each Marquee theater has a "Kid's Summer Movie Series". Where they show movies that were previously released up to a year or so ago. Every week you can choose between one of the two movies showing on every Tuesday or Wednesday early in the morning during the summer with free admission.

External links

  • Marquee Cinemas's official website
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