Belaire Theatre

404 E. Pipeline Road,
Hurst, TX 76053

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Belaire Theatre...Hurst Texas

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The former Belaire Theatre, located at the Belaire Plaza shopping center, closed as a movie house in 2000. The Belaire has been home to the Artisan Center Theatre since 2005. The Artisan Center presents family-friendly live theatrical productions in a theatre-in-the-round format.

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kencmcintyre on November 8, 2008 at 5:54 pm

Here is the updated website for the Artisan:

jamestv on June 6, 2010 at 7:40 pm

This theatre was opened in April 1965 as the newest Interstate suburban theatre; opening night was a special screening of The Trouble With Angels followed the next day by the regular run of Walt Disney’s That Darn Cat. The Manager was Bob Narowitz who formerly managed the Tower Theatre. I spent a lot of my youth in this theatre as we lived close by; sometimes I even rode my bike over! This theater usually showed family features including the Disney’s and Elvis although more mature fare was shown, still fairly suitable for older kids—although in 1970, the X-rated Midnight Cowboy showed up after winning the best picture Oscar (just before the X rating was slapped on porno!). In June ‘77, like so many single screens before, it was twinned and I rarely went back. In the late '80’s it was forpled (my term for becoming a four-plex). I still miss this theatre to this day!

Mike Rogers
Mike Rogers on November 23, 2010 at 9:53 pm

On Nov.4 1970 it was showing “TWO A PENNY”.It later became a ABC INTERSTATE THEATRE.

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