Eutaw Twin Theatres

823 Elm Street,
Eutaw Village Shopping Center,
Fayetteville, NC 28203

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The Eutaw Twin Theatres was the newest cinema in Fayetteville that was operated under Consolidated Theatres(which also owned and operated the Bordeaux 1 & 2 that opened three years earlier). Both auditoriums seated 600 each bringing the total of 1,200 seating capacity. The Eutaw Theatres also had plush back rocking chairs for easy enjoyment along with deluxe ultra-sonic sound equipped in both auditoriums and large luxurious lobby to eliminate long lines in outside weather.

The premiere attraction at the Eutaw Twin for it’s February 11, 1977 showings were on Screen 1 was the Burt Lancaster epic “Twilight’s Last Gleaming”. Screen 2 was the George Segal-Jane Fonda comedy “Fun With Dick and Jane”. A lot of great movies played here at the Eutaw Twin Theatres until it’s closing in 1991.

Contributed by raysson

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raysson on April 20, 2012 at 1:22 pm

June 12,1981….RAIDERS OF THE LOST ARK played here at the Eutaw Twin first-run

Mike Rogers
Mike Rogers on April 20, 2012 at 2:34 pm

Consolidated was a big chain in the Carolinas,don’t recall any in Georgia.Two pretty good flicks to open with.

apostcardlife on April 23, 2012 at 8:20 pm

Carmike Cinemas acquired the Consolidated Theaters chain in 1989, so, technically, it would be Carmike that closed the theater in 1991.

apostcardlife on April 23, 2012 at 8:23 pm

Also, an interesting piece of information from Edward Jay Epstein’s book The Hollywood Economist is that in 1990, the ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act) required any auditorium (ie, seats per screen) to have handicap accessibility for every row if there were more than 299 seats in the auditorium, thus inadvertently encouraging many theaters to close (rather than incur renovation costs) any theaters with auditoriums of 300+ seats…

raysson on May 25, 2012 at 11:03 am

STAR WARS played here TWICE during many of it’s re-releases. The first re-release was on July 21,1978. The other was in August of 1979.

SPOK on October 14, 2012 at 9:15 am

I remember this cinema well. During my six week tour at Fort Bragg in 1981 the Eutaw was my group’s primary movie destination for films such as RAIDERS OF THE LOST ARK, FOR YOUR EYES ONLY and DRAGON SLAYER.

NightHawk1 on May 4, 2014 at 12:58 pm

This theater may not have been demolished but instead divided into retail shops. The building housing the Glidden Paint store looks like a converted cinema.

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