2140 Jacksboro Pike,
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La Follette, Tennessee went about 10 years without a walk-in theatre, as once the Cherokee Theatre closed its doors in the late-1960’s, this small east Tennessee town was served by a drive-in.
In the late-1970’s Movies 2 opened in La Follette on the same highway as the city’s drive-in, and really not that far apart. The cinema has decent size marquee and each screen holds a little over 200 seats. Last time I pulled in, the theatre was owned by Carmike Cinemas. Looking into the theatre one could see a very worn out theatre. Very plain, with for some reason a “Star Wars” poster taped on the wall (no “Star Wars” movie was playing). Maybe at one time they had a whole collection of posters on movies on the wall. I mean, it is called ‘Movies’.
"Spiderman" was playing first run and admission was like, I ain’t making this up, $2.50 a seat! Boy, it is cheap to see a movie in small towns, but I don’t know how the presentation looked on the screen. It was closed by Carmike Cinemas in February 2015, and became a church.
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