Carmike Cardinal Cinemas I-II-III
630 Executive Place,
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Open to the public on November 24, 1971 as the Cardinal Theatre, which was the town’s second suburban theatre and eastern North Carolina’s first and only Ultravision theatre east of Raleigh. It was located in the Fayetteville Mall Shopping Center at the corner of Raeford Road and Owen Drive. It opened as a 782-seat single screen cinema, with James Garner in “The Skin Game”, and coming attractions were “Gone With the Wind”, “2001:A Space Odyssey” and “Kotch”.
By 1975, a second auditorium was added next to the original. Now operated by ABC Theatres, this new auditorium had 300 seats and it became Cardinal Theatres 1-2.
By 1989, the original auditorium of 782 was split down the middle, giving shoebox auditoriums with smalls screens, each with 391 seats, and it was renamed Cardinal Cinemas I-II-III under Cineplex Odeon. Carmike Cinemas acquired the Cardinal from Cineplex Odeon in 1990 and operated it until its closing in 1994. It presently houses a Manna Church.
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