King Theatres I-II-III
3315 Bragg Boulevard,
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Opening on February 9, 1967, the King Theatre became Fayetteville’s first ever suburban cinema and the only indoor movie theatre that was located outside of downtown. At the time of the King Theatre’s opening, all of Fayetteville’s indoor movie theatres were located downtown (Broadway Theatre, Miracle Theatre, Carolina Theatre and the Colony Theatre). The King Theatre was Fayettesville’s newest ulta-modern cinema with extra big ultra seating, giant widescreen projection that was capable of showing 35mm and 70mm films. This was a single screen cinema with 700 seats. It opened on February 9, 1967 with Don Knotts in “The Reluctant Astronaut”.
It remained a single screen cinema until the mid-1970’s when it became a twin cinema. By the early-1980’s it had become a triple screen cinema. It closed in the mid-1990’s after operating for several years as a discount house.
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