Terrace Theatres 1 & 2
902 E. Innes Street,
Towne Mall Shopping Center,
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The Terrace Theatre became Centra Piedmont’s only Ultra Vision theatre that became a new magnificence in movie magic. Years ahead in cencept and design, the Terrace Theatre was a single screen theatre seating 750. It was complete with the latest ultra modern designs when it opened, becoming the first suburban theatre that was an alternative to the downtown indoor movies houses at that time.
The Terrace Theatre was Salisbury’s gem of a theatre and the first ultra-modern cinema in all of Rowan County that featured luxurious seating, a 6-channel stereophonic surround sound, beautiful decor and the latest furnishings, along with a huge widescreen that was capable of showing films in 70mm and 35mm formats.
The opening attraction at the Terrace Theatre was the Richard Burton, Clint Eastwood movie “Where Eagles Dare” on May 29, 1969. A lot of great movies played at the Terrace Theatre, where it was the place to go to see a good movie.
That would change in the mid-1980’s when its main auditorium was split into two screens, creating smaller screens and shoe-box auditoriums. Last operated under Cineplex Odeon, it remained that way until it closed on February 14, 1991.
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