Cinema 7 Theatre
3500 South Jefferson Street,
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The Leesburg Pike Plaza Shopping Center was home to the single-screen, Cinema 7 Theatre. Its opening film was Rex Harrison in “My Fair Lady” on December 22, 1965. The theatre was originally in the Stanley Warner Theatre Circuit. Architects Anthony Musolino and John Huston created a classy suburban theatre which whose interior was bathed in gold including draperies and traveller curtain.
Equipped with Norelco 70mm projectors at its launch and multi-channel Ampex sound, the theatre was ready for potential road show engagements. The theatre closed in April of 1983 for two months to be twinned by KB Cinemas. It appears to have departed at the end of a 20-year lease on April 1, 1985 with Richard Gere in “King David” and Eddie Murphy in “Beverly Hills Cop”.
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