Arrowhead 3 Theatre
6431 Tara Boulevard,
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Functions: Medical Center
Previous Names: Arrowhead Cinema Centre
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News About This Theater
While the Plitt Southlake Theatre was the classiest cinema on the south side, the Arrowhead Cinema Centre was the area’s state of the art big screen complex. Opened by the Weis Theatres circuit on December 18, 1974 with Al Pacino in “The Godfather Part II”, the Arrowhead Theatre’s design was a dynamic mix of concrete, aluminum and steel.
The Arrowhead Theatre had 3 large square auditoriums, all equipped with giant screens and incredible sound. The lobby was situated in the front centre of the auditoriums and featured a really neat circular concession stand. Andy Warhol would have loved it! The Arrowhead Theatre was one of the elite four metro Atlanta theatres to present the first run of “Star Wars” in 1977. It was closed on March 30, 1989. The building was still standing in 2018, looking unused.
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