Hancock Plaza 4

2960 S. Academy Boulevard,
Colorado Springs, CO 80916

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Opened by Commonwealth Theatres on July 23, 1981 and later operated by United Artists Theatres. Closed in 1997 and demolished. Retail now on the former theatre site.

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Joe Vogel
Joe Vogel on May 26, 2018 at 4:17 am

Commonwealth Theatres' Hancock Plaza 4 would hold its grand opening that night, according to the July 23, 1981, issue of the Colorado Springs Gazette. The 1,202-seat quad was Colorado Springs' first four-screen house. Commonwealth, founded in Lawrence, Kansas in 1930, operated nine other screens in the city, including the Cooper Triplex and Ute 70 which it had acquired from Cooper-Highland in 1977.

The Hancock Plaza was designed by Ray Stevens, architect for Glatz-Jacobsen Theater Design Consultants, Inc.

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