Source: Cinema Treasures
The Fox Village Theater was opened at the Maple Village Shopping Center in 1967, for Fox Eastern, which was a subsidiary of National General Corp. It was designed by Drew Eberson, and cost around $500,000. Later, the Fox Village was sold to the United Artists chain, and after it was sold to Mann Theatres, in 1978, it was twinned. A year later, two additional auditoriums were added to the original building, brining the seating total to over 950. Briefly closed in 1992, the theater was reopened by MJR Theatres. Today, as the Village Theater, the independently operated quad screens second-run fare at bargain prices.
UPDATE: The theater closed for good in 2005.