Halls Ferry 14 Cine'
2845 Target Drive,
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Previously operated by: Wehrenberg Theatres
Architects: Don Rataj
Previous Names: Halls Ferry 6 Cine', Halls Ferry 8 Cine'
Built by the Wehrenberg Theatre chain and opened March 17, 1978, the Halls Ferry 6 had 350 seats in each screen, giving a total of 2,160. In April 1982 a further two screens were added each with 185 seats, which gave a total capacity of 2,530. It was remodelled in 1989 to 14 screens to the plans of architect Don Rataj, opening April 7, 1989.
Toward the end they ran first-run fare at a discounted price to try pulling in the customers but not enough came to survive. It was a really nice theatre as all Wehrenberg Theatres are, but after the Jamestown Cine' was expanded and opened the business dropped and that was the end of the Halls Ferry 14 Cine', closing in 2002. The building sat for several years on the Target parking lot waiting for some kind of rescue.
It was demolished in January 2010.
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