1183 Silas Creek Parkway,
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The Parkway Theatre was Winston-Salem’s first ever suburban cinema. Located in the Parkway Plaza Shopping Center at the intersection of Peters Creek Parkway and Silas Creek Parkway. It was also North Carolina’s first ever ‘Lounging Chair Theatre’ with a seating capacity of 700, with giant widescreen projection and full stereophonic sound. The opening attraction for the Parkway Theatre was the Rock Hudson, Leslie Caron feature “A Very Special Favor” on September 1, 1965.
Throughout the years, the Parkway Theatre was the place to see a great movie in Winston-Salem and it remained that way throughout the 1970’s and 1980’s. A lot of great blockbusters played at this theatre when it was still a single screen movie house until September 4, 1980 when it was closed by Martin Theatres for twinning. By the mid-1980’s, it had become a discount movie house.
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