770 Cary Towne Boulevard,
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Previous Names: Imperial Cinemas IV, Imperial Cinemas VI, Madstone Theatres VI
Located at the Cary Village Square Shopping Center at the intersection of Cary Towne Boulevard and Maynard Road. This theatre was originally the Imperial Cinemas I-IV that opened on December 23, 1977 under Litchfield-Fairlane Theatres. At the time of its opening, the Imperial was Cary’s first-ever multiplex theatre. Litchfield-Fairlane ran the Imperial IV until 1991 when United Artists Theatres took over the operations. It was under United Artists Theatres that the Imperial during the early-1990’s went through some renovations when it converted from four screens to six screens on December 16, 1994 and it was renamed the Imperial Cinemas VI. It remain that way until its demise in 2000 when United Artists Theatres closed it.
New York-based Madstone Theatres took over in 2002 and renamed it the Madstone VI(the format changed from showing first-run features to a combination of showing independent and foreign features as one of Cary’s multiplex arthouse theatres) until it closed in 2003.
Galaxy Theatres reopened this theatre on January 6, 2005 becoming the Galaxy Cinemas VI. It was the only multiplex cinema in the greater Triangle area that specializes in showing a combination of first-run features as well as showing independent, documentary, foreign and Bollywood films as well as specializing in showing vintage Hollywood classic movies.
The Galaxy Cinemas was closed on November 10, 2012.
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