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April 9, 1985
A San Francisco-based movie theater developer plans to open a 10-screen theater complex in Van Nuys within the next two years, a company official said last week. Syufy Enterprises hopes to locate the complex on Victory Boulevard, but the official would not disclose the location on the grounds that it would jeopardize negotiations. The complex would add to a growing list of movie theaters planned in the Valley area, industry officials reported. Mann Theatres Corp.
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May 10, 1990 | HENRY WEINSTEIN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A San Francisco company's aggressive buyout of Las Vegas movie theater competitors did not violate antitrust laws because--whatever its intentions--its actions could not keep others out of the market, the U.S. 9th Circuit Court of Appeals ruled Wednesday in a major antitrust decision. The unanimous decision arose in a case the Justice Department brought against Raymond J.
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BUSINESS
May 10, 1990 | HENRY WEINSTEIN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A San Francisco company's aggressive buyout of Las Vegas movie theater competitors did not violate antitrust laws because--whatever its intentions--its actions could not keep others out of the market, the U.S. 9th Circuit Court of Appeals ruled Wednesday in a major antitrust decision. The unanimous decision arose in a case the Justice Department brought against Raymond J.
BUSINESS
April 9, 1985
A San Francisco-based movie theater developer plans to open a 10-screen theater complex in Van Nuys within the next two years, a company official said last week. Syufy Enterprises hopes to locate the complex on Victory Boulevard, but the official would not disclose the location on the grounds that it would jeopardize negotiations. The complex would add to a growing list of movie theaters planned in the Valley area, industry officials reported. Mann Theatres Corp.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 5, 1990
A fund of $11,500 was set up this week as a reward for information about three young men who kidnaped a couple from a Carson drive-in theater last month and fatally shot the woman after beating and raping her. The total reward money offered for information on the Dec. 15 attack now exceeds $20,000. The Carson City Council created a $5,000 reward fund this week and announced an additional $5,000 donation from Syufy Enterprises, owner of the South Bay Six Drive-In, where the kidnaping occurred.
BUSINESS
August 12, 1997 | GREG JOHNSON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Beach Boys singer Mike Love on Monday said that Orange County will host the first location in his planned chain of nightclub/restaurants. Mike Love's Club Kokomo, proposed for the Stadium Promenade at Katella Avenue and Main Street in Orange, takes its name from a hit single by the Beach Boys. The Stadium Promenade project is being built at the site of the former Orange Drive-In Theater.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 31, 1996 | LESLEY WRIGHT
Developers planning a high-tech, 25-screen movie complex on Katella Avenue have cleared their final city hurdle. City Council members on Tuesday night unanimously upheld the Planning Commission's conditional approval of the project after being assured that planners had resolved potential traffic problems. The 26-acre complex will replace the Stadium Drive-In and feature theaters with stadium seating, along with eateries and shops in Art Deco-styled buildings.
OPINION
December 4, 2007
Re "A new No. 1 at the 9th Circuit," Opinion, Nov. 30 It is difficult to understand how Carl Tobias could leave out of his account of the change of chief judge in the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals the fact that this is the most reversed court in the land, because so many of those reversals occurred during the tenure of Chief Judge Mary M. Schroeder. Ted Smythe Park City, Utah The writer is a professor of communications emeritus at Cal State Fullerton.
ENTERTAINMENT
March 22, 1990 | ZAN DUBIN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Pacific Theatre's Anaheim Drive-In, on Lemon Street north of the Riverside Freeway, will close before the end of the month, Pacific spokesman Milton Moritz said Wednesday. Moritz said he could not give an exact closing date. But according to a list of screening information submitted by the theater to The Times, the drive-in will close "forever" on Monday. Asked if the closing results from a decline in ticket sales, Moritz would only say: "We felt the theater has better use as a swap meet."
ENTERTAINMENT
September 11, 1996 | BENJAMIN EPSTEIN, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
"Easy Rider," which played at the Stadium Drive-In in Orange when it opened in 1970, will also be among the last picture shows to screen Thursday, the facility's final day of operation. Eight double bills on the agenda for closing festivities include "Saturday Night Fever," "Cinema Paradiso" and "The Exorcist."
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 5, 1986 | LORENA OROPEZA, Times Staff Writer
The two largest drive-in theater chains in California, which each operate a drive-in theater in Orange County, were accused of stifling competition in an indictment handed down Thursday by a Los Angeles federal grand jury. The indictment accuses Pacific Theaters of Los Angeles and Syufy Enterprises, based in San Francisco, of violating the Sherman Antitrust Act by rigging bids they offered motion picture distribution companies, said Gary R. Spratling, chief of the U.S.
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January 4, 1990 | Marc Lacey \f7
A fund of $11,500 was set up this week as a reward for information about three young men who kidnapped a couple from a Carson drive-in theater last month and fatally shot the woman after beating and raping her. The total reward money offered for information on the Dec. 15 incident now exceeds $20,000.
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