Urgent request to help save the historic Franklin Cinema

posted by JackCoursey on January 3, 2007 at 6:00 am

FRANKLIN, TN — As it currently stands, the venerable 1936 Franklin Cinema will close January 7, 2006. This fine little theatre has hosted world premieres and special screenings of several major motion pictures. The theatre is located on one of the most vibrant Main Streets in the United States.

If you have the means and the entrepreneur spirit to keep this institution alive and profitable, please contact the cinema at (615) 790-7122 and leave a message following the recording for the daily show times.

More information is available at the Save the Franklin Site.

(Thanks to John Coursey for providing the photo.)

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Comments (3)

James Colburn
James Colburn on January 3, 2007 at 5:06 pm

This is a picture perfect town and would be a grand place to own. Someone save this Jem! There should be enough money in that town! All the Country Music Stars etc… Come on and wake up people! This is a great Theatre experience at stake!You can’t get the save effect at the galleria close by. Money isn’t everything and if I had the means you wouldnt have to worry!

James Colburn
James Colburn on January 3, 2007 at 5:16 pm

Sorry..same effect at the Galleria! Save it now!

rivieraservices on June 22, 2007 at 12:27 am

Does anyone know the asking price?

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