Town & Country 4 Theatres

3525 Fayetteville Road,
Lumberton, NC 28358

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The Town & Country 1-2 opened April 6, 1977 with each screen seating 350. By 2019 it was operating as a 4-screen theatre. It is independently owned and operated by 701 Cinemas. It has a sister theatre across the road on Roberts Avenue, the Cinema 4. Both theatres are digitally equiped for projection and sound and play first run attractions.

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dallasmovietheaters on May 18, 2015 at 12:25 am

Newman Bower Architects designed the Town & Country 1-2 Theatres as a twin-screen theatre in which both 350-seat auditoria were identical and shared the same, automated projection booth. On April 6, 1977, the theater had its official Grand Opening for the Eastern Federal Theatre Circuit’s 41st theater. They launched with the films, “Rocky” and “The Crater Lake Monster.” J. Paul Lewis, the opening manager of the Riverside Theater when it opened in 1939 in downtown was the T&C’s first manager. At that point, the Riverside was in Eastern Federal control but closed where it would be reopened closing out as an adult venue. The Town & Country would become a four-screen operation and is still going into the mid-2010s as part of 701 Cinemas.

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