Cobb Center 6
2120 S. Cobb Drive,
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Firms: Robert W. Khan Associates
Previous Names: Cobb Center Theatre
Opened July 24, 1964 as a single screen, 1,000-seat theatre with “How the West Was Won”. It got twinned, added two more auditoriums on the back, then had the original auditorium divided up into four for a total of six screens. Was a Georgia Theater Co. property, they sold to UA, then it went to a private operator for a while.
In May 1995, Bob Busman who owned Septum Cinemas tried to build a new chain, Kings Cinemas, and started with this location. Did a decent job refurbishing the place and made a decent go at it for a while but it closed in 2000. Last I was by it was condemned. I can still remember “Gone with the Wind” on it’s giant original screen, just before the first TV showing in the 1970’s.
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