Famous Players

Some articles on famous players:

Stanley Industrial Alliance Stage - Renovation
... Famous Players put the Stanley up for sale in the spring of 1991, with the condition that it not be used as a movie theatre ... leading up to the Stanley's closure, Famous Players had a conditional sale agreement for the theatre with Vancouver developer Sandy Cox, who was planning to keep the ... and in 1997 it purchased the theatre from Famous Players for $3,173,000 ...
List Of Ottawa-Gatineau Cinemas - Ottawa
... It was operated by Famous Players. 3090 Carling Avenue, Ottawa ON, K2B 7K2 1996- 12 Originally owned by Famous Players, this was Ottawa's first modern megaplex when it opened in 1996 ... Place de Ville's underground shopping complex 1971–1996 2 Operated by Famous Players ...
List Of Cinema And Movie Theater Chains - North America - Canada
... Coliseum - Colossus (theatre) - Famous Players - Formerly Canada's largest theatre chain that merged into Cineplex Entertainment in 2005 ... Famous Players Branded - Famous Players Traditional - Galaxy Cinemas - Mid-sized chain that merged into Cineplex Entertainment in 2003 ...
Carrefour Angrignon - History
... Cine Entreprise built the theatre before Cine Entreprise was itself sold to Famous Players ... By 1995, Famous Players and Future Shop occupied the former Cine Entreprise space ... Fortune Cinemas replaced the Famous Players location in 2006, only to be repurchased by Cineplex a few years later ...

Famous quotes containing the words players and/or famous:

    The players have often mentioned it as an honour to Shakespeare, that in his writing, whatsoever he penned, he never blotted out [a] line. My answer hath been, “Would he had blotted a thousand.”
    Ben Jonson (c. 1572–1637)

    What climbs the stair?
    Nothing that common women ponder on
    If you are worth my hope! Neither Content
    Nor satisfied Conscience, but that great family
    Some ancient famous authors misrepresent,
    The Proud Furies each with her torch on high.
    William Butler Yeats (1865–1939)