United Artists Stonestown Twin
501 Buckingham Way, San Francisco, CA 94132
Phone: (415) 681-0331
Primary Phone: (415) 681-0331
TollFree: (844) 462-7342
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UA Stonestown Twin
Great deal NOW- all films at all times at $3.50 thats right -They are now playing what I would call second run films. Those that have been released to the public and now are at the end of thier run- if you can wait go see it here and Tuesday nights are $2.00 popcorn night !
08/15/2009Provided by Citysearch -
When you get in for the first time, I hope you won’t have the feeling of running away out! My concern is JUSTICE! Justice of movie ticket cost against building condition. Ticket price is the same as THOSE modern and advanced theaters like Century in Tanfuran Mall or in SFO's Westfield or even Lowe's Metreon. The seats are too old, the inside smells filthy and not to mention scary-haunted feeling with an eerri yacky ghost bump. Given the fact that the building is a remnant of the ‘70’s, COM ‘on, management should have bargained the movie ticket price to at least 30% TO GIVE JUSTICE TO ITS DELAPETDATED THEATR.
09/30/2008Provided by Citysearch -
I would like to add some more about the Stonestown Cinema and correct some of the ""points"" made about this theatre. The Theatre was completed in 1971 and opened as the UA Cinema Stonestown. It replaced Larry Barrett's Chevron dealership and tire company which had been there for years. In 1974 the theatre was cut into two seperate houses and then became known as the UA Cinema Stonestown Twin. Dorothy Zubach, a veteran movie house manager and reputed (she at least claimed) former Zigfield Follies Dancer was the Manager throughout the 70's and Mid 80's. I was a Doorman/Usher there in high school and sometimes on colleage breaks from the mid 70's until about 1979. Fun job as a kid and within walking distance of my house. I now live back in the neighborhood and was amazed to see a couple of years ago when attending a movie there that the cashier at the ticket window was someone who I have worked with there in the 70's that was still employed there. I guess that shows tenure and it was a nice place to work!