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Thanks Mike, TV certainly killed alot of small town Theatres and that is too bad when one sees what TV has become.
Too bad the old building could not be saved, Ten Screens were added in a new theatre in a new location,wouldn’t surprize me if it had already closed.
Thanks NIGHTHAWK 1.New Bern had four Drive ins in 1956.
REGENCY 8 was hidden like this one,but GCC going under closed Regency.
Yeah, we depend on locals,The smaller the town, Fewer Info.
Thanks Guys,nice history.
Thanks Chuck.Wonder if it is still open.
Boy, Bob unless a local steps up with the info so many of these small theatres get the shaft.
Wow, what a story,but chuck is right, i would find the owner.Probably a mom and pop operation.
Thanks Bob, probably won’t be able to add much more.
Weis had just about the whole city,before getting other Georgia locations.
THE WEIS FAMILY had the whole city pretty much.Plitt was there.
it parked 500 cars and was owned by IVYWAY AMUSEMENT COMPANY in 1956.
sepiatone.thanks for the update..
I find it hard to believe that Auburn only has this location with such a big University there,must not be many Moviegoers.
REMEMBERING PLITT THEATRES is on Facebook for old employees or moviegoers that liked PLITT THEATRES.
REMEMBERING PLITT THEATRES is on Facebook for old employees to talk shop of the old days,or just moviegoers that like PLitt Theatres.
If it is CARMIKE,wouldn’t want to see anymore…
Martin had a ton of screens in this state.
Thanks Chuck,hope the theatre was saved and not a parking lot.
Any one that worked for PLITT or ABC theatres is invited to the REMEMBERING PLITT THEATRE page on FACEBOOK,or if you just liked a certain Plitt Theatre.
thanks smyjmy 1.
Hopefully we can find the theatre chain that ran it.
Greg i bet someone has one or two somewhere…..