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. It became the Septum Brannon Square 2 on December 15, 1978.
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 closed by Carmike Cinemas in 1998.
It was reopened in 2011 as the Navrang Theatres, screening East Indian films. In 2016 it was renamed Digimax Cinemas.
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