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North Augusta refaced downtown, can still spot the old theatre…
Still think all of these should listed under Augusta,too.
Thanks for the post guys,Miller is moving along….
i have a bunch of theatre pictures on my FACEBOOK,some of Ga.theatre Folks even thought i never worked for Ga.theatres..
I bet all the projection equipment was left there, it was one the few booths i never got to see inside of.SUe.
IF she has pictures I would love to have copies..
She was playing “SUPERCOP” i have the picture from the paper,Can’t recall the date, could archieve it from the Chroncile if you really wanted to know
Thanks for the comments on a Great Theatre I was able to help Manage back in good old days of movies and going to the movies was an event.not like a visit to the bus stop like it is today..
WOW,thanks,I had left when you dad was here, we had UNION operators in my Day.Great TWin.
“TELL THEM WILLIE BOY IS HERE” plays one week tying in with ROBERT BLAKES TV COP show.It was several years old when we played it in 74 or 75.
Richmond County feels the MALL should be brought up to fire codes,It sets Empty.Kids are constantly getting in.I would really like to go in for my old Cinemas,for a look see,The Mold would probably kill you.News 12 went about a few weeks ago shot footage, none of my triple.
It was owned by J.J. Arthur in 1956.
Hope they make it.Newport is large enough to support four screens,Pity the Woodzo was closed.
GreaT Comment mrkevt,just drove by Labor day weekend.Grown up,Snakey for sure,but Screen is up.
According to my Cousin,the Skyland Arts Cinema will not reopen,the lady backing the project does not have funds,My Cousin had already brought a platter over from the old CAROLINA 1 and 2, and now has to return it to storage,with Ditigal coming it never made sense.He said her popcorn poper was the size of a mircowave.
My cousin hopes to get the key from the landlord and go back in his old theatre,he feels Mold and Mildew will really be bad,he just wants to see what EPIC THEATRES took out when they closed it. Told him to take pictures.
Thanks for the PICTURE>>>>>GREAT.
Can’t forget, his wife Bonnie Hutto brings an old fashion Popcorn Popper and makes popcorn for the seniors.
Ray started out showing 16mm movies to friends and local groups,then he decided to open a single screen 35mm Theatre,later to Twin it, In a few years it was all closed.Gone. Today, Ray Hutto is back showing 16 mm movies to retirement homes in Augusta,He was showing"THREE LITTLE BRUINS MAKE MISCHIEF".
lonely looking theatre in a lonely town, nice shot.
GCC gets a Fav, from me.
250 cars matches what i have, owned by E.R.Martin in 1956.
1956 Motion Picture Almanac Chuck.
Sadly, it won’t last.