Classic Triple Theatre
150 E. Clayton Street,
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The Classic Theatre was described at its opening in 1969 as ‘an ultra-modern 1,200 seat rocking chair theatre with a 70mm screen’. In 1974 it was split into three screens. It closed November 6, 1994, and was torn down for parking. Its sign still is on the side of the Georgia Theatre. Architect was Robert W. Kahn, who designed a number of theaters for the Georgia Theatre Company.
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