Regency 1 & 2 Cinemas
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Architects: Everett I. Brown
Opened adjacent to the South 31 Drive-In and operated by the same owners of the drive-in. The Regency 1 & 2 opened on November 10, 1965 with Michael Caine in “The Ipcress File” & Richard Widmark in “The Bedford Incident”. Total seating listed at 1,300. Each auditorium sat 650 in large and spacious surroundings. The architect was Everett Brown. The twin cinemas lasted until closing on January 27, 1983. The building and the drive-in were soon demolished. Burlington Coat Factory outlet now stands on the site.
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