South Shore Cinema 4
250 Granite Street,
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Architects: William C. Riseman
Firms: William Riseman Associates
Previous Names: Cinema I & II, Cinema I, II, III
The South Shore Cinema 4 was a free standing building at the south side of South Shore Plaza Shopping Centre. It was opened as a twin Cinema I & II by General Cinema on November 16, 1966 with Rod Taylor in “The Liquidator” & Tony Curtis in “Not with My Wife You Don’t!”. It was closed in 1993 and has been demolished.
A new 10-screen theatre was built and opened nearby in 1993, which is now the AMC Braintree 10.
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