Seminary South I, II, III, IV
4200 S. Freeway 2500,
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Previously operated by: General Cinema Theatres
Functions: Office Space
Previous Names: Seminary South I & II, Seminary South I, II, III
News About This Theater
The General Cinema Seminary South I, II opened on December 25, 1969 with Liza Minnelli “The Sterile Cuckoo” & Peter Ustinov in “Viva Max”. Seating was provided for 1,031 and 617. In the 1970’s the smaller screen was twinned and it was renamed Seminary South I, II, III. Located in the long gone, historic Seminary South shopping mall, which has been remodeled into La Gran Plaza de Fort Worth. The Seminary South I, II, II was expanded to four screens in 1982 and closed in 1988 when General Cinema opened their Town Center Cinema 8. The building was used as a church and a bingo hall for some time.
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