Nippers Corner 10 Cinema

15534 Old Hickory Bloulevard,
Nashville, TN 37211

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The Nipper Corners 10 opened October 9, 1992 seating over 200. It was operated by Regal Theatres as a discount house from the beginning. It was located at Nipper Corner and Old Hickory Boulevard. The Nipper Corners closed in July of 2001.

Contributed by Chuck Van Bibber

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tahamaki on May 28, 2005 at 9:27 am

This theater was demolished in May 2005. It will be replaced by a Publix grocery store.

joelmoses on January 10, 2007 at 12:07 pm

The Publix is now open. One exception to the description in the top section: It wasn’t intended to be a discount house, and it opened as a first-run theatre. Unfortunately, it did so just as Regal and Carmike decided to war with each other over larger theatres at 100 Oaks and CoolSprings.

This theatre had stadium seating, cupholders, good sound and picture, even a game room. But it failed miserably due to location —the funny part is that if it had been able to hold on for another 2 years, it would have reaped the benefits of all the developments going in off of Edmondson Pike.

TLSLOEWS on July 15, 2010 at 1:17 pm

Short life span of 19 years.

StanMalone on August 13, 2010 at 9:49 am

Gee Terry, check your math and you will see that it is not even that. The building was demolished in 2005 so it only lasted 13 years. Even worse, the place closed about 2000, 2002 at the latest. That means this brand new 10 screen theatre operated only about 10 years at the most. I never saw much of a crowd at this place and could not understand why this location did not do better. It was in something of a no mans land development wise, but it was only minutes away from Brentwood and the I-65 interchange. If it could play the same movies as Cool Springs and 100 Oaks you would think that people would prefer this nice quiet intersection to getting caught up in the mall traffic.

In the end it was probably what killed off most marginal locations: Minimal upkeep, indifferent presentation, and lack of adequate or good quality staff.

TLSLOEWS on August 13, 2010 at 10:15 am

Thanks for the correction Stan.Must have been a typo error,you are right more like 9 or 10 years at most.Never went to this theatre myself although I live in Nashville.

rivest266 on February 16, 2016 at 3:40 pm

October 9th, 1992 grand opening ad in photo section. It opened as a discount cinema.

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