Southtown Cinemas I & II
2300 Miamisburg Centerville Road,
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Opened on July 18, 1975 with Gene Hackman in “Bite the Bullet” and Paul Newman in “The Drowning Pool”. It was operated by Chakeres Theaters Inc. and the Southtown Cinemas I & II were inside the old Elder Beerman’s Department Store next to the Dayton Mall in the South Towne Shopping Center. Southtown Cinemas I & II was the first area cinema to be wheel chair accessible. Each auditorium had 700 seats.
Chakeres Theaters Inc. sold the Southtown Cinemas I & II in 1988 to National Amusements. National Amusements switched to a second run format and closed Southtown Cinemas I & II April 1st, 1990 with “Look Who’s Talking” and “War of the Roses”.
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