Jackson Cinema

2284 W. County Line Road,
Jackson, NJ 08527

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The Jackson Cinema was ready to open as a United General Theatre, a franchised theatre like the Jerry Lewis Cinema. But like Lewis, United General went out of business and Corbson Cinema Group opened it on February 1, 1974 with Rex Allen narrating the documentary “Vanishing Wilderness”. James J. Corbett was one of the owners of the automated theatre.

The Jackson Cinema closed on April 8, 1982 with Warren Beatty in “Reds”. A flea market was set up in its parking lot for a period while the theatre had an extended period of dormancy. In 1993, the theatre was targeted by the city as an unsafe property.

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