Suburban Theatres Northridge 8
Guymon, Oklahoma, USA

Opened May 24th, 2000 as a 5 plex. First movie was Mission Impossible 2. Expanded to an 8 plex and opened the three new screens May 9th, 2003.

Entrance from mall.

Box Office. Another is mirrored on the other side. The stations closest to the doors on both sides are the most used. The one shown here has two computers. The other side just has one. RTS software.

Lobby looking towards entrance, boxoffice, and concession.

Concession Stand.

Exit hall. Posters are all future movies. The hall is at the end of the lobby just before you enter the auditorium hall.

Number 1 projector. Automation sensor is typical on the first 5 theatres.

Reverse shot of above showing Speco platter.

Number 1 rack. Ultra Stereo, DTS EX processor.

Number 5 projector.

Number 5 rack. Smart Mod 6.

3 and 4. The Christie AW3 in the back is the number 7 platter. 2 is just behind this with 1 angling to the left. 5 angles off to the left in front of the chair.

Number 3 platter. 2 and 4 are the same. There are 4 of the SPECO makeup tables. 2, 3, and 4 are the older LP platters without the adjustable takeup roller assembly. 1 and 5 are the adjustable. 2, 3, and 4 also all Christie consoles.

TH-10 automation pack. These are in the first 5 theatres.

Number 6 projector. Only one with this automation setup.

Number 6 dimmer pack.

Number 7 rack. 6 is the same.

Number 7 platter. 6, 7, and 8 all have the AW3. The three AW3s have wrap detectors on them.

Number 8 projector. 7 and 8 are both Strongs with the double turret. They also have the same Kelmar/Xetron automation. 6 has the two roller and 7 and 8 have the four roller fail safes.

Number 8 rack. SMART Mod 7. The bottom amp is for the ceiling channel as are the speakers. Obviously the full potential of the SMART is not yet realized. The reflector in the background is the old reflector before the technilight conversions.

Makeup table. That's the porthole to 5 to the right.

Theatre 1. 195 seats.

Theatre 1 screen. Seen from back row. 32' wide.

Theatre 2. 125 seats. 3 and 4 are identical to this one.

Theatre 2 screen. Seen from back row. 34' wide. Again. 3 and 4 are identical to this one.

Theatre 5. 95 seats.

Theatre 5 screen. Seen from back row. 32' wide.

Theatre 6. 80 seats. 7 and 8 are identical to this one.

Theatre 6 screen. Seen from edge of entrance door just behind back row. 28' wide. These are quite a bit taller than 1-5.

Special thanks to Kevin Wale for the pics.