Cinema City VIII
9078 Parkway East,
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Cobb Theatres opened the Cinema City VIII in June, 1978. It was built in a converted W.T. Grant Store. The architect for the Cinema City VIII was Lloyd F. Vann. The theatre occupied 20,000 square feet. It was equipped with a Christie platter and was fully automated. It had wall to wall screens. The theatre motif was done in earth tones of brown, yellow and orange. Some of the opening attractions were “Corvette Summer”, “If Ever I see You Again”, “Saturday Night Fever”, “The Greek Tycoon” and “The Last Waltz”. The Cinema City VIII closed in the early-1990’s.
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