Reynolda Theatres I-II-III
2839 Fairlawn Drive,
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Owned and operated by the Charlotte based Stewart and Everett Corporation, the opening of the Reynolda Cinema was a true showplace in great entertainment and a first for Winston-Salem’s ultra-modern theatre. When the Reynolda Theatre opened on January 18, 1967 it was a large 750 seat single screen cinema with great lounge chair seating complete with giant widescreen projection that had Hi-Fi 4 Track Stereo Sound for your listening enjoyment. The opening attraction for the Reynolda Cinema was the Jane Fonda comedy “Any Wednesday” starring Jason Robards.
It remained a single screen theatre until the mid-1970’s when the original auditorium was split down the middle making it a twin cinema. By the mid-1980’s a third screen was added, by this time the cinema was operated by Carmike Cinemas. They operated the cinema until its closing in 1996. Today, it is home to the Reynolda Manor Public Library.
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