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i have it being owned by W.Steele in 1956.
it parked 400 cars and was owned by G.Simmons. in 1956.
Mark. i have a SUNSET AUTO DRIVE-in in Duncan.in 1956 parking 400 cars and owned by Marshall and Waller…
great stories to read…
in 1956 it went by BEAVER VALLEY.parking 400 cars.and owned by H.E. WARREN and F.P.C.C. Mark….
Thanks Bob, Building Still sits Empty…..
I saw “FOUL PLAY” there ,can’t remember if i got in free since I was still At PLITT THEATRES….
you guys are right. Russell, the Last time i went by the Doors had all been welded shut, i would love to get in the TRIPLE in the Mall….
it is still open…..friend passed by it the other night has a website…..not too impressive, but it is open…
thanks rivest 266..
thanks for the ad, surprized cARMIKE hasn’t got it…
Finally found out that my Uncle Clyde’s family was in the theatre business. The old Cherokee is still standing having long since been remodeled,but you can spot it… drove by it LABOR DAY..Sure would like to get inside , bet the booth is all there…
SAM Meyers was the President and film buyer of this theatre in 1956. Commonwealth Amuse, Corp.
Mrs. Lucille Cobb was the president and R.C. Cobb was the booker and buyer all of this in 1956.
best luck in 2013…
thanks.. was a pretty spot over looking downtown Augusta..
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..