Carmike Appalachian 2
559 W. King Street,
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Opened 1938 with the movie “Breaking the Ice” with admission of 25 cents for adults, 10 cents for children.
Gutted in 1950 by a fire started by overheated popcorn oil during the Saturday matinee film “The Trail of the Singing Pines” starring Gene Autry. The manager went to the stage to ask people to depart, but flames then shot out of the corners of the screen, and people stampeded out.
Closed on November 29, 2007 by movie operator Carmike Cinemas Inc. In 2005, admission was raised from $1.50 to $2.00, and $2.50 for weekends. Art House films were shown at what was informally known as ‘The Dollar House’.
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