Cinema I & 2

2605 Clarksville Street,
Paris, TX 75446

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rivest266 on June 20, 2015 at 11:35 am

This Cineplex company that owned this theatre predates Cineplex theatres of Canada by at least 3 years. (construction for the Cineplex in Toronto’s Eaton Center started in 1978)

dallasmovietheaters on June 15, 2015 at 3:33 pm

The theater launched independently in 1973. In August of 1979, Cineplex begins advertising the theater as Cineplex Theatres Cinema I & II. Trans-Texas acquired the theater in March of 1988 closing it down to remodel and hire a new staff. J.C. Mitchell’s group had a grand re-opening on April 8, 1988 with “Beetlejuice” and “Johnny Be Good.”

Just one year later, some Trans-Texas properties become Cinemarks including Paris' Cinema I & II in March of 1989. In 1996, Cinemark announced a new-build multiscreen theater. Cinemark closed the Cinema I & II on May 22, 1997 with “Anaconda” and “Father’s Day.” The chain said the Cinema I & II would remain open despite its newly-built Movies 8’s grand opening the next day elsewhere in the city. No further ads or bookings appear, however.

chad965 on June 17, 2013 at 2:47 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)