Ultravision Theatres 1 & 2
1812 Sam Rittenberg Boulevard,
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Architects: William Bringhurst McGehee
Firms: Six Associates
Previous Names: Ultravision Theatre
Beautifully designed, the Ultravision Theatre was an astoundment and a first in Charleston. It had one of the largest auditoriums ever that had a huge widescreen, built for showing films that were presented in the Cinerama or Ultra format. It was equipped with large rocking chair seats when it opened in 1969. During the mid-1970’s or during the 1980’s the theatre was twinned. Later two additional screens were built alongside.
During its life, it was operated by ABC Theatres, Plitt Theatres and finally by Cineplex Odeon. It closed somewhere during the late-1980’s or early-1990’s.
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