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Franks Theatre in Northfield, Tilton 9, was closed with a sign on the door that read, ‘Due to technical difficulties we are closed today, 9/20/2018. Thank you for your understanding.’

A movie theater chain that owns four theaters in New Jersey has filed for bankruptcy.

Frank Theatres filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy in U.S. Bankruptcy Court in the Southern District of Florida, according to court filings.

The company’s corporate office is located in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida, according to its website.

Representatives of Frank’s did not return calls seeking comment.

The filings were made between June 28 and Sept. 20 under several entities: Frank Entertainment Companies, Frank Theatres Management, Frank Investments, Inc., Frank Theatres Tilton and Rio Mall.

According to its website, Frank Theatres owns and operates 20 theaters and 220 screens in New Jersey, Pennsylvania, West Virginia, Tennessee, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia and Florida.

As of Tuesday, the Franks Theatre-Tilton 9, in Northfield, was closed with a sign on the door that said, “Due to technical difficulties we are closed today, 9/20/2018. Thank you for your understanding.”

In addition to the Northfield location, Frank Theatres also owns Towne Stadium 16 in Egg Harbor Township, Frank Rio Stadium in Rio Grande and Frank South Cove Stadium 12 in Bayonne, according to its website.

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