Carmike Brynn Marr 3
49 Village Drive,
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Opened May 30, 1975 as a twin theatre under Charlotte based Stewart & Everett. The Brynn Marr 1 & 2 was located in the Brynn Marr Shopping Center on Village Drive at Western Boulevard. Each screen had 300 seats. The opening day movie was “The Prisoner of Second Avenue” with Jack Lemmon and Anne Bancroft and “The Four Musketeers” with Oliver Reed. Stewart & Everett operated the theatre well into the 1970’s when they added a third screen which had 150 seats. It was renamed Brynn Marr 1-2-3. Carmike Cinemas took over upon its acquisition of Stewart & Everett in 1986, and it was renamed Carmike Brynn Marr 3. It continued screening first run movies until it had stiff competition from the newer state of the art Carmike Cinema 7 which opened in 1989.
From the mid-to late-1990’s it became Jacksonville’s top notch cinema and switched to screening second run discount movies at bargain prices to stay afloat. The Carmike closed the Carmike Brynn Marr 3 June 26, 2003. The building is now a church
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