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PACIFIC THEATRES ADDING 26 NEW SCREENS IN CALIFORNIA

 PACIFIC THEATRES ADDING 26 NEW SCREENS IN CALIFORNIA
 LOS ANGELES, July 28 /PRNewswire/ -- Pacific Theatres, presently


operating more than 300 screens, will expand its operation by nearly 10 percent within the next 18 months by opening 26 new screens in California, it was announced today by Jerome A. Forman, president.
 Pacific will be operating 21 screens in the Lakewood area near Long Beach by this November when it opens a new six-plex within the building shell of the former 35,000-square-foot Buffum's suburban department store building.
 The six new screens, now mid-way through interior construction and installation of equipment, will be joined to the building of Pacific's existing adjacent three-screen Lakewood Center South. With a new common lobby, the nine screens will then operate under the new name of Pacific's Lakewood Center South. Continuing will be Pacific's nearby eight-plex Regency 8 on Carson Street, operating adjacent to the company's 68-lane Cal Bowl bowling center and Boardwalk Amusement Center.
 Also in the Lakewood area is the company's flagship four-screen Pacific's Lakewood Center Theatre, one of the industry's consistently largest grossing complexes.
 Farther south in San Diego County's new Carmel Mountain development, Pacific will open a new 12-plex theater, the largest theater complex in the San Diego area, by summer of 1993, bringing its count in San Diego County to a total of 44 screens.
 In Sonoma County in Northern California, Pacific will break ground in January for a second Petaluma Cinema that will double its screen count there from eight to 16.
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 /CONTACT: Milton Moritz for Pacific Theatres, 310-855-8350, or Murray Weissman of Weissman/Angellotti, 818-763-2975, for Pacific Theatres/ CO: Pacific Theatres ST: California IN: ENT SU:


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