Georgetown Square Twin
10400 Old Georgetown Road,
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The Georgetown Square Twin was designed by Katzman Associates of New York for the K-B Theatres circuit and opened on December 21, 1973 with “Oliver!” and “The Seven-Ups”. The architecture of the cinema was unremarkable and basic; two long and narrow auditoriums seating 402 in one and 344 in two, with a small lobby and mezzanine restrooms.
Although the building was converted into a sports gym in the late 1990s, some of the remnants of the cinema still remain intact, but blend in so well that they are hardly noticeable.
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