Pottery Mall Cinemas 6

3135 Outlet Mall Boulevard (Hardrock Parkway),
Myrtle Beach, SC 29579

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Previously operated by: Eastern Federal Corporation, Litchfield Theatres, Regal Entertainment Group

Previous Names: Movies at Waccamaw Pottery Center, Outlet Mall Cinemas

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Opened as The Movies at Waccamaw Pottery Center located at Waccamaw Factory Outlet Mall which was one of the largest shopping centers in Myrtle Beach, and a huge shopping destination for tourists alike. As an outlet mall, it was incredibly huge taken up acres of miles with a dozen or more stores that was anchored by a Waccamaw Pottery Store(that was really big).

The theatre is located in the former Waccamaw Factory Shops which was accessible off Highway 501(Intercoastal Waterway Road) on the Edward E. Burroughs Highway. To get there, you had to take Outlet Mall Boulevard and follow the signs to the theatre, which was located in the back of the shopping center(which is now Hardrock Parkway).

It was opened on November 17, 1987 by Litchfield Theatres. Later operated under Charlotte based Eastern Federal Corporation which held operations until 1994 when it was acquired by Regal Cinemas Corporation. Regal took over the operations of the Pottery 6 in 1995 until its closing in 2001.

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Element02 on March 26, 2010 at 5:39 pm

I enjoyed this theatre and saw many films here during my visits to Myrtle Beach. When the Waccamaw Pottery stores went under and stopped doing well (mainly due to Broadway at the Beach) the theatre’s business dwindled as well. I remember July 4th weekend, 1996. The movie ‘Independence Day’ had just opened and the parking lot was overflowing into the streets. Fun times. Now that Hard Rock Park has gone under on the same property, great memories of Myrtle Beach past are all to be have the area. Other films I saw here were ‘The Santa Claus’ ‘Jawbreaker’ ‘Scream 2’ and ‘Gossip’

cvolosin on December 7, 2012 at 2:57 pm

Last Summer I drove past this theater. It is still standing in front of the fence to the defunct Hard Rock Park.. you have to look past the trees and growth, but it looks like an old UA..
The whole area is nast, the mall in front of it needs torn down.. the only things that are clean and new looking are the theme park and the opera show that is right there.

rivest266 on April 7, 2022 at 8:46 am

Closed 2001 by Regal Cinemas

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