Southside Movies 4

835 E. Fort Avenue,
Baltimore, MD 21230

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Southside Movies 4 opened November 12, 1992, operated by Greater Baltimore Cinemas. Initially a bargain house, Southside Movie 4 went to first-run in spring 1993 with "Jurassic Park." However, the theatre’s popularity was limited. Its four tiny screens (with mono sound systems) couldn’t compete with the better-equipped suburban ‘plexes. Eventually it reverted to bargain status and closed in the mid-1990’s.

The space has since been occupied by a succession of businesses, including a health spa and a pet-supply store.

Contributed by Randy Brown

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rivest266 on February 11, 2017 at 2:50 pm

This opened on November 12th, 1992. Grand opening ad in the photo section.

Greater Baltimore Cinemas also owned the Bryans Road Movies, Cinema 83 at the York Plaza, Edgewater I & II, Keding Square Movies in Lancaster, PA, and the Perry Halls Movies

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