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The Pickwick Theatre in Park Ridge may not close, after all.
The landmark’s owners are making plans to finalize an agreement with a prospective tenant who will take over the iconic 900-seat movie theater.
News that the Pickwick Theatre would show the final movie of its 56-year run unleashed a flood of reminiscing across Chicagoland. Read some memories shared by readers.
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