Grove City Cinema 1.2.3

2430 Stringtown Road,
Grove City, OH 43123

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Firms: F & Y Building Service

Functions: Retail

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Grove City Cinema 1,2, 3 multi-screen cinema was opened by Leo Yasenoff on November 12, 1976 with Charlton Heston in “Two Minute Warning”, Lee Marvin in “Shout at the Devil” & Robert Logan in “The Adventures of the Wilderness Family”.

Closed in late-January 1980 and became a SuperX drug store, then later an Ace Hardware store, and now a Pet Supplies Plus store. Rumor has it, this was site of premiere of Arnold Swarznegger film “Pumping Iron”.

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rivest266 on November 13, 2021 at 4:26 pm

This opened on November 12th, 1976. Grand opening ad posted.

50sSNIPES on August 10, 2023 at 7:19 pm

The Grove City Cinema 1-2-3 is Central Ohio’s harshest cinema period by history. The cinema received four short closures throughout its first three years of operation. Its fourth closure later became its final closure which is in late-January 1980.

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