Markland Mall Cinemas
1201 S. Reed Road,
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Previous Names: Cinema I & II, Markland Twin Cinemas I & II
This twin screen theatre was in the Markland Mall and opened on July 24, 1968 with Dick Van Dyke in “Never a Dull Moment” & James Garner in “How Sweet it Is”. Seating was provided for 854 & 620. Later taken over by United Artists it was tripled. It had one large theatre with 850 seats and two nice size ones. In 1990 UA sold the last three remain UA theaters in the state to Goodrich. UA later opened theatres in Indy again. Goodrich split the big theatre in 1991 making it a fiveplex. They had to shut down for a couple days for the final touches and reopened as Kerasotes who by then owned the Kokomo Mall 8.
It was a nice theatre but after they split the big theatre it wasn’t as nice. The new theatres were so small and cramped. It went down hill after Kerasotes took over. It was closed in November 2007.
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