Rainbow Cinemas Market Square
Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Electrician John Hutchinson and Projectionist Paul Crooke getting ready for opening.

A spare ORC platter services as a makeup location.

Hanging the screen in cinema 4.  All theatres have full sets of tabs.

Cinema 6.  All the theatres have ORC platters and Consoles with Simplex XL projectors and RCA soundheads.

Cinema 5 being wired.  All the automation is TA10.

The lobby opening party.

The snack bar.

Chief Projectionist David Callaghan and retired projectionist Alex Starkman.

Cinema 6.

Cinema 5  with the curtains closed.

Back of Cinema 4.

Behind the screens are JBL base cabinets with Smart Horns.

Cinema 1

Cinema 4 showing the preshow video projector on the shelf in front of the booth.

Cinema 1 looking to the back.

Cinema 1

Cinema 3.  The largest house features reel to reel changeover option as well as the platter.

The lobby.  The party room is to the right.

Walkway to cinemas 4-6 pictures of old Toronto Movie Palaces adorn the walls.

Murals on the ceiling of old marques from the area.

The snack bar with its "Rainbow Mural"

Sound System Theatre 1 - Smart Mod 2B Smart Monitor and electronic crossover Pyramid amplifiers.

Cinema 1 Projector

Nonsync distribution and a central monitor for audio in all screens

Cinema 2 projector

Cinema 3 booth with the twin machines

Cinema 3 soundsystem CP55 with SRA5 DTS6d Afterburner Smart crossover and monitor and QSC amps.
Also a patch bay for external dubbers to connect for previews and dailies screenings

Projector Cinema 4.

Sound system Cinema 4 with Crown Amps and Smart Mod6.

Looking down the back booth behind cinema 5/6.

Sound system for Cinema 5 -  DTS6 UltraStereo processor Smart Afterburner, monitor, and mrossover and Pyramid amplifiers.

Sound system Cinema 6 is the same as 5.

Projector Cinema 5

Chief Projectionist Dave during the installation

Special thanks to Gordon McLeod for the pics.