2438 E. Dublin-Granville Road,
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Built in Northeast Columbus by owner Glenn Ackerman in 1974, this theater was Columbus' premier theater touting the only private screening room with private entrance, wet bar, Dolby stereo/surround sound, privacy glass and twelve luxury rocker/swivel seats. The theater was closed temporarily in January 1978 and was reopened in February 1978 under new ownership.
In 1988, the theater transferred hands again and was a ‘beer and movie’ house until permanently closing it’s doors in 1997. In 1998 a fire in the 500 seat auditorium (set by vagrants using the theater as a shelter) and the theater was razed in 1999 to make way for a Suburban Lodge Hotel.
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