CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 28, 1990 |
In the wake of weekend shootings at two Southland drive-in theaters showing the gang-related film "Angel Town," two exhibitors decided on Tuesday to discontinue showing the film for a second week. AMC Theaters pulled the film from three of six Los Angeles-area theaters, while the Pacific Theaters chain discontinued the run at all six drive-ins where it was playing. "Angel Town," which is about a kick-boxer who takes on a Los Angeles gang leader, opened fairly strongly on 40 screens last Friday.