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Movies 8 masquerading as “Movies Plus” at the time of its demise, closed circa September 2018
The final program was:
Hotel Transylvania 3
The space is supposed to become a rock climbing gym as of this post
Cinema to close on October 10th, 2019. RIP
As best I can tell the last film to show was Minnie and Moskowitz on March 28th, 1972. Although there’s a “from Tomorrow”, Mary, Queen of Scots, there are no further listings for that title.
Was showing Made in Heaven, December 9th, 1987 and calling itself The Movie Pub. That’s the last listing I can find.
This theatre also opened earlier on May 25th, 1948 as the Capital Drive-In, owned by Frank Lewis and Bill Bailey.
Opened November 26th, 1969 with “The Christmas Tree”
November 2017, structure demolished for future site of Target store.
There you go
Opening was announced for July 1st, 1953.
Location didn’t come out right, more like
Oopsie, closed in the mid 90’s. Part of the Kent Theatre chain which included The Florida Theatre, The State and the Capital Drive-In in Tallahassee and the Outdoor Theater in Perry
I know not when the transition occurred, but as of 4/25/2016, the cinema isThe Redeemed Christian Church of GodHouse of Praise
Carlton Theatre opened 17th October, 1913
Cinema opened with the film “Germinal”
“Chained” with Clark Gable and Joan Crawford was playing at the Ritz September 23rd to 25th, 1934.
The Roxie had gone back to independent programming in 1983. Heavy Metal and The Song Remains the Same were playing on Dec. 14th, 1983