Central Park Fox
6602 Blanco Road,
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Previous Names: Fox Twin
Located in the Central Park Shopping Center. This was a very nice theatre which was opened by National General Theatres on December 18, 1969 with Peter Ustinov in “Viva Max” on one screen. The second screen opened the following week. It was a true twin. Each auditorium held 750 people. It had huge curved screens and had gold traveller curtains. The seats were velour American Seating Stellers. Auditorium two was split on December 20, 1974. A fair job was done splitting the auditorium, but the elegance was lost. The new screens were very small.
In 1984, the other big auditorium was split, and the theatre became a bargain house, with $1 movies. It finally closed in the mid-1990’s and was razed in 2003.
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