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when it is finally torn down will report it…..
just got a call from my cousin Ray, seems the Hendersonville Police called him to inform him a large tarp was reported blowing off the roof. Now Ray had been gone for years and the place as been closed for years,He had no idea how they ended up calling him, I figured one of the cops must have remembered him as manager.Well, it wasn’t a tarp, but a whole section of the rubber roof coating flapping in the wind.. the landlord told Ray they will probably tear old four plex down,,,soon.
wow, nice add to the CT page…
bet with digital now it is closed CHUCK..
I added it I outta favor it…….
REMEMBERING PLITT THEATRES is on FACEBOOK , check it out..
saw the theatre…still going…
SCREEN still standing can see it from I-40..
Playing April 1965 ROBIN and the 7 HOODS, PLEASURE SEEKER.CAPT.Blood., DISTANT TRUMPET, GIRL HAPPY, ISLAND of BLUE DOLPHINS, FATHER GOOSE and INvation to a GUNFIGHT.
see they are FACEBOOK now, told them about CT.
DId we ever find out about the second DRive -in a local there told me they had two Drive-ins.
HEARD THERE WAS another drive in in GREENWOOD from a local, HWY 25 Drive in.
AT least AUGUSTA was smart enough to save three downtown theatres….OUR IMPERIAL lives with shows….
two pretty good films, pity it had to be twinned…
MATT just added a picture, ad.
Pity no one in KNOXVILLE took a picture….
cgl102770 , yep we all had cute candy girls,,,go on with more stuff Guy, bet I did the same thing, our twin in AUGUSTA was like CEDAR BLUFF…..plitt abc theatres..
THANKS STEPHEN, Theatre outta have one comment….
thanks, I gave up trying to find it, I guess anyone that would know must real old or dead.
added picture I had cut out when they reopened…
yep, but it is Gray NOW……..Chuck…..
Its funny you see larger cities, but if they don’t have a local like me to provide pictures its a bummer.loooks like Charlotte lacks that…Augusta does not or nearby towns to Augusta,.
SPLITING theatres was just a bad call. GCC was a good company to work for, the guys I worked with made me realize the downfall of the company was from the top not the theatre managers..