UA Litchfield Cinemas
2132 Goforth Avenue,
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Previous Names: Litchfield Cinema 4
Located off New Hope Road near Interstate 85, the Litchfield Cinema 4 opened on December 10, 1982 as Gastonia’s newest and greatest entertainment complex. Operated by Fairlane-Litchfield Theatres with the grand opening showing of “48 Hours” starring Eddie Murphy, “Airplane II:The Sequel”, “An Officer and a Gentleman” and “The Last Unicorn”.
By the late-1980’s it was acquired by United Artists Theatres, who took over and renamed it UA Litchfield Cinemas. By the mid-to late-1990’s the format for the Litchfield Cinemas changed as it had stiff competition from the nearby Franklin Square Cinemas which had ‘all stadium seating, and Dolby Digital Sound. United Artists operated the Litchfield Cinemas until its closing in 2004.
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