421 S. Sterling Boulevard,
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The August 3, 1970 publication of Boxoffice carried this story under the heading of “WASHINGTON [DC]” on page 18:
‘Cinecom Corp. has opened its second new theatre in the area. It is the Sterling Cinema, a 500-seater, in Virginia’s Sterling Park Shopping Mall in the vicinity of Dulles Airport. Its July 29 opening was a Wednesday matinee showing of "Kelly’s Heroes," to be followed by "Paint Your Wagon." then "The Boatniks." according to Frank Welton of Cinecom’s New York office.’
After closing its doors, the lobby was used in the early-1980’s as a video game arcade, while the seating area was a carpet store. From about 1983 to 1989, my parents and I ran a videotape rental store in the lobby area. I believe a sporting goods store used the space after we vacated. It is now a laser tag venue.
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