Southlake Festival Cinema 6

1564 Southlake Parkway,
Morrow, GA 30260

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Southlake Festival Cinema 6

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The Southlake Festival was without question the most elegant cinema in the southeast metropolitan Atlanta area. The theatre was basically the same design as other Cineplex Odeon six screeners such as the Town Centre in Marietta, GA and the Fridays Plaza in Doraville, GA.

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genehoke on July 11, 2008 at 1:02 pm

I was the manager of this location for a good while during the mid to late 90’s. I loved working there and I still look back on the time I spent there as the best experience I have ever had at a job. Not because of the super-cheap Carmike Cinemas that bought the place out after Cineplex Odeon sold, mind you, but because of the people I met there and the fun times we shared. I really miss that old building as well as that time in my life. It really was a very nice location with marble floors, velvet curtains over the screens, etc. It’s too bad that the AMC 24 came along, but it was just a sign of the times.

JFBrantley on December 7, 2009 at 5:28 pm

This was a nice theater. I was impressed with the art-deco interior. This place tried to make a go as a dollar house after Southlake 24 opened. Unfortunately it did not work. Anything was better than the GCC Southlake III up the street.

JFBrantley on July 11, 2010 at 3:20 pm

Here is what Southlake Festival 6 looks like today.

TLSLOEWS on August 26, 2010 at 6:51 pm

Thanks for the photos Alonzo.

jeterga on September 2, 2010 at 9:13 am

Southlake Festival 6 1564 Southlake Pky
1987-? 2000
Carmike owned this theatre, it closed when
everyone went to the AMC Southlake 24

JBrantley on November 1, 2010 at 4:50 pm

This theater actually stayed open for while after AMC Southlake 24 opened. It quickly changed to a dollar house but then closed not long after that.

rivest266 on February 10, 2012 at 1:31 pm

April 16, 1987

Cineplex Odeon opens theaters at Southlake Festival in Morrow At the new Southlake Festival theater in Morrow, Jerry Bulger’s company, Cineplex Odeon Corp. of Toronto, furnishes real butter for the popcorn, clean restrooms and lobbies, Italian marble floors and soft green, British pure wool carpeting in the lobbies, and Dolby sound systems in four of the six auditoriums. The Morrow cinema and another Cineplex theater opened simultaneously last week. It and the Cineplex Odeon LaGrange Six Cinemas were the second and third new Cineplex Odeon…

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