Philadelphia, PA (9175 Roosevelt Blvd)

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9175 Roosevelt Blvd, Store #437 also known as "Roosevelt" is a Pizza Time Theatre/Chuck E. Cheese that opened on August 8, 1982, as a franchised Pizza Time Theatre with a Balcony Stage Show and is still open to this day.

It is located in the Northeast Shopping Center.

It should not be confused with Philadelphia, PA (9 Snyder Ave) which opened 10 years, 1 month, and a week later on September 15th, 1992.


Philadelphia (Roosevelt) opened its doors on August 8th, 1982, in the Northeast Shopping Center with a Balcony Stage. It was originally a franchised-owned Pizza Time Theatre location. In the Late 80's, Philadelphia (Roosevelt) would receive the 1988 remodel and removed older decor for newer decor, an exterior change, and the removal of the Balcony Stage for Chuck E.'s House Facade. The location was then bought by the corporate (company) on June 26th, 1989. In 1993/1994, Philadelphia (Roosevelt) would receive another remodel, this time another change to the exterior, older decor removed for newer ones, and Chuck E.'s House Facade being removed for the 2-Stage. In the Late 90's, they would receive yet another remodel, which changed the exterior again, and added Skytubes. In 2006-2007, Philadelphia (Roosevelt) would remodel to the 2005 Update to the 2003 "Cool Chuck" Reconfiguration / Major Remodel Initiative, removing the Showroom Walls, Balcony Seating, another exterior change, and the relocation of the show. In August 2019, the store was temporally closed due to flood damage, that would cause the 2-Stage to be removed for a 2019 model Dance Floor and a Circles of Light Monitor due to the low ceiling height as they didn't make Video Walls at the time. They stayed like this until 2021, when the location received the 2.0 remodel. Currently, as of February 2023, they still have the 2.0 remodel and the Dance Floor.


When Philadelphia (Roosevelt) opened, it housed a Balcony Stage like the other Pizza Time Theatres that opened at the time. Unfortunately, there are no videos or photos to exist of Philadelphia (Roosevelt) back then. Sometime between 1989 and 1990, they installed Chuck E.’s House Facade, otherwise known as the C-Stage. This location would get a 2-Stage installed in the mid 90's.

In August 2019, the 2-Stage was destroyed in a flood, and then their 2-Stage was removed for the Dance Floor and COL Monitor due to the low celling height.

In 2021, they received the 2.0 remodel, keeping the Dance Floor & COL Monitor.

Stage Installed Removed Notes
Balcony Stage August 1982 1989/1990 2nd Pizza Time Theatre to open in Pennsylvania.
Chuck E.'s House Facade 1989/1990 1993/1994 One of 4 installed in Pennsylvania.
2-Stage 1993/1994 August 2019 One of 7/8 2-Stages installed in Pennsylvania. Relocated to a different part of the store during the 2005 Update. Destroyed in 2019 flood.
Dance Floor + COL Monitor August 2019 Still in Use 2019 Model. Has a COL TV Monitor.


Character Manufacturing Date Serial Number Status
Chuck E Cheese (Cyberamic) 1981/1982 Unknown Destroyed in 2019 flood.
Guest Star / Helen Henny (Cyberamic) 1981/1982 Unknown Destroyed in 2019 flood.
Mr. Munch (Cyberamic) 1981/1982 Unknown Destroyed in 2019 flood.
Jasper T. Jowls (Cyberamic) 1981/1982 Unknown Destroyed in 2019 flood.
Pasqually (Cyberamic) 1981/1982 Unknown Destroyed in 2019 flood.
Warblettes (Cyberamic) 1981/1982 Unknown Unknown / Destroyed
Waving Flags (Cyberamic) 1981/1982 Unknown Unknown / Destroyed
Applause Board (Cyberamic) 1981/1982 Unknown Unknown / Destroyed
Drum Board (Cyberamic) 1981/1982 Unknown Unknown / Destroyed
The King / King Kat (Lounge) 1981/1982 Unknown Unknown / Destroyed
Singing Flowers (Cyberamic) 1989/1990 Unknown Unknown / Destroyed
Wink (Cyberamic) 1993/1994 Unknown Unknown/Destroyed. Removed when the Showroom was relocated during the 2005 Update.