2581 Piedmont Road NE,
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This was initially a 420-seat single screen theatre located in the corner of the Broadview Plaza Shopping Centre. It was opened by the Weis Theatres chain as the Broadview Cinema on June 19, 1970 with Linda Gillen & Michael Greer in “The Magic Garden of Stanley Sweetheart”. A second and much smaller auditorium was added on July 14, 1972 which opened with Alan Bates in “A Day in the Death of Joe Egg”.
When Weis Theatres moved out of the Atlanta area, the original theatre was converted into a nightclub and the newer theatre was taken over by Lefont and renamed the Screening Room in 1978, operating until its closure in 1998.
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