Theatres in the Baltimore Area built AFTER 1950.

  My web site Kilduffs focuses on movie theatres built before 1950 simply for the reason that I find the construction more interesting. After 1950, much of the buildings were more of a cookie cutter and box design. When I first started taking pictures for Kilduffs back in the early 1980's, I would pass by the newer theatres and not grab a picture. As time went by, I would grab a picture here and there, but I never realized that even these old theatre buildings would slowly disappear as well. As many times as I went to and passed the York Road Cinema and Perring Parkway Theatres, I have no pictures of them ( hint hint ) . As I was posting on Kilduffs, I recieved a few requests for information on these " newer " theatres. Here's what I have.  ............................................................................................................................................Version 4.17

.............Hillendale Theatre Baltimore ......
Built in the 1950's, the Hillendale Theatre is on Taylor Avenue near Loch Raven. The theatre closed in the 1980's, but as reopened several times over the years. All the photos are from my collection I took back in the 1980's and you are welcome to use however you wish.







I believe this theatre is the Glen Burnie Theatre on Ritchie Highway.
..............Glen Burnie Theatre Baltimore

..............Liberty Theatre  Baltimore
The Liberty  I & II on Liberty Road in Randalllstown.

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........North Point Plaza Theatre 1980 Baltimore
  The North Point Plaza Theatre in Eastern Baltimore County. The theatre has since been torn down and is now a Walmart .

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.........NorthPoint Plaza Theatre Essex Baltimore

.......................................NorthPoint Plaza Theatre Baltimore

The Yorkridge Theatre on York Road in Baltimore County.I believe the site is now a chain store of some type. This was one the the theatres I went to more often back in the early 1980's. 
Yorkridge Theatre Towson Maryland







...............Hardundale Mall Baltimore
...............Hardundale Mall  
   Hardundale Mall Theatre in Anne Arundel County Maryland.The first indoor mall built East of the Mississippi. From what I understand, the entire mall has been converted.

...................Theatre Baltimore

.............Theatre Baltimore
   Beltway Plaza Twin on Belair Road, just south of the Beltway. I saw the Rocky Horror Picture Show here once in the 1980's, it was quite a show.  I'm not quite sure of the status of the theatre, it has opened and closed over the years.
................Belair Plaza Twin 1980  
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