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Reopened by Septum as the Saloon ‘n’ Cinema on March 12th, 1982 and closed in 1986 as Cineplex Odeon did not want it.
Last listed in 1985 as it was owned by Showman cinemas. May have been opened after, but no ads bought in the newspapers.
This reopened as the Excelsior Cinema and Pub on July 16th, 1982 as the article below reports.
Excelsior Cinema & Pub · Sat, Jul 10, 1982 – 15 · The Atlanta Constitution (Atlanta, Georgia) · Newspapers.com
This opened on May 12th, 1950 and closed in 1982. Another ad in the photo section.
And reopened by George Lefort as the Ansley on December 24th, 1982 Ad in photo section.
2 screens on June 25th, 1975 and 4 screens on November 2nd, 1985
4 screens on March 27th, 1981. Another ad posted.
This opened on July 24th, 1981. No grand opening ad found.
Closed in 1980 after a crackdown on adult cinemas.
This reopened as the Buckhead Cinema ‘N’ Drafthouse on July 18th, 1980. Small ad posted.
Bijou opening · Sat, Apr 4, 1981 – 60 · The Atlanta Constitution (Atlanta, Georgia) · Newspapers.com
Reopening as Bijou on April 6th, 1981. Article below.
Newspaper listings ended in 1981 for both Baronet and Coronet.
This opened on August 1st, 1980. Grand opening ad in the photo section.
Adult movies were shown 1970-1982.
The Plaza Penthouse was opened on November 1st, 1985. Ad in photo section.
This opened on December 21st, 1979. Small grand opening ad in the photo section.
Taken over by Cobb theatres in 1976 and closed 1979.
This opened on December 21st, 1979 by Interstate Theatres (Boston). Grand opening ad in the photo section.
Closed down by AMC in 1979 after picking up the Weis chain.
AMC after taking what’s left of Weis in Atlanta. · Fri, Jul 6, 1979 – 32 · The Atlanta Constitution (Atlanta, Georgia) · Newspapers.com
Two screens opening on May 28th, 1976. Grand opening ad in the photo section.
This opened as Broadview on June 19th, 1970 and its 2nd screen opened on July 14th, 1972, It became the Screening room in 1978.