The Dallas Movie Screening Group

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Tuesday, October 23, 2012

Alamo Drafthouse Groundbreaking

A couple of months ago Dallas Movie Screenings had the opportunity to join the Magical Mystery Media Tour to Austin to visit the Alamo Drafthouses. We stopped at the Slaughter Lane and Alamo Ritz locations, tasted their menu items and drinks, spoke with the Alamo representatives on what we can expect from their new theater soon to open in Richardson. We also enjoyed at the Ritz a performance screening of Master Pancake Theater: CONAN THE BARBARIAN which is typical of the type of programming we can probably expect...breathlessly in April or May of 2013.

The official ground breaking for the new Alamo Drafthouse in the DFW area was set in motion today at the southwest corner of Hwy 75 at Beltline. Richardson City Manager, members of the Richardson Chamber of Commerce, Richardson Mayor Bob Townsend and Bill Sproull CEO - Richardson Chamber of Commerce were in attendance. Bill C. DiGaetano the Operations Officer for the Alamo Drafthouse hinted at an event sometime in mid-November to whet our appetite for the fun times ahead.

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