4887 Old National Highway,
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For what it lacked in design this theatre made up for in film presentation. Opened on October 22, 1971 as the Storey’s Old National Triple Theatre with Sean Connery in “The Anderson Tapes, Jane Fonda in "Klute” and Lawrence Pressman in “The Hellstrom Chronicle”. It was among the first multiplexes to be constructed in the metro Atlanta area. Each of the three very spacious auditoriums featured a large screen with state of the art projection and sound.
The National continued to expand its number of screens over the years by building on rather than splitting any of its auditoriums. It was closed by Regal in 1998. The theatre was still intact, albeit shuttered as of early-2005.
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