If you grew up in Grand Junction in the late 1970's, '80's and even the '90's, I'm sure you have some memories of this place. The Twin Cinemas.

It's been 12 years since this Grand Junction theater closed. But the building still stands.
Known as the Teller Arms Twin, this movie theater opened in 1977 and was the first in Grand Junction to be set up for movie automation. I have no idea what that means, I'm not very technical.

So, for the generations that grew up with this cinema in their lives, there has to be a ton of memories attached to this movie house. Probably both good and bad. Whether it was first dates, break ups or seeing your 'crush' snuggling up to someone else while watching 'The Empire Strikes Back.' Movie theaters have always held a place in our hearts and teenage history.

Back in Wisconsin, where I grew up there was the El Lago Theater in Rice Lake. That was the place. The old time classic style movie theater. E.T., Ghostbusters, Raiders Of The Lost Ark, WarGames, Dirty Dancing and the list goes on and on and on.

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