10743 Alpharetta Highway,
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This was allegedly the last of the ill-fated Jerry Lewis Cinemas franchise to take seed in the metro Atlanta area. Unlike many of its kin, the Brannon Square was able to stay afloat quite a while after the circuit went belly up without having to resort to showing porno to keep the creditors at bay.
The theatre was sparse, designed for a staff of two, one to work the concessions and the other to man the ticket and projector booths. The lobby consisted of a concession stand that also served as a box office and a single set of restrooms.
The last time I patronized the Brannon Square Cinema was in the 1980’s. Although it was a second run venue at this time, it was very clean and the projection and sound were top notch for a cinema of this class.
It was reopened in 2011 as the Navrang Theatres, screening East Indian films.
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