Regal Mayberry Cinema 5

840 Fowler Road,
Mount Airy, NC 27030

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Opened in 1988 as the Mayberry Cinema 5 under Litchfeld Theatres. Regal Cinemas took over the operations in 2005 and closed the cinema in 2007. By 2013 it was in use as a church.

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Trolleyguy on June 25, 2013 at 8:09 am

This theater is probably closed. It does not appear on Regal’s website and Google Maps show a church at that address. An internet search fails to turn up this theater as well. Also, the phone has been disconnected.

fred1 on June 25, 2013 at 9:59 am

Rayson: The Creekside is under Franks Theatre banner

NightHawk1 on June 26, 2013 at 6:35 pm

The Mayberry Cinemas was never a United Artists theater. It was opened by the second incarnation of Litchfield Cinemas and was advertising in the Winston-Salem Journal in 1989-90 as a Litchfield theater, not UA. Regal bought the Mayberry in the mid-1990s along with the rest of the second Litchfield chain. This theater opened right after the first Litchfield chain was sold to UA in 1987.

Element02 on April 29, 2016 at 3:45 pm

This theatre is now a church. The original layout is still intact, including most of the screens. The middle screen (the largest in the complex) is used as the main seating area, with additional screens used for overflow. The poster display cases are still on the outside of the theater, as well as a ‘Coming Soon’ marquee. I have many great memories of this cinema. I remember sitting in a sold out showing of Jurassic Park with my grandmother (who slept through the movie!) And on opening night of The Fast and the Furious, everyone squealed tires out of the parking lot.

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