Cinema I & 2

2605 Clarksville Street,
Paris, TX 75446

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The Cinema was the first shopping center theater to open in Paris. It was a $500,000 project built by B.J. Duncan Co. of Marshall TX and featured what the owners deemed the largest indoor popcorn machine in the United States.

There was a grand opening attended by the mayor and president of the chamber of commerce in 1974, but the Cinema shutdown after a couple of years due to some of the larger theater chains moving in.

Contributed by Billy Holcomb / Billy Smith / Don Lewis

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chad965
chad965 on June 17, 2013 at 3:47 am

This theatre was open until around 1997. It was operated by Cinemark when it was shut down (replaced by the newly-constructed Cinemark Movies 8)

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