Lefont Toco Hills Theatre
3003 N. Druid Hills Road NE,
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Previously operated by: Storey Theatres Inc.
Architects: Harrison Benning
Firms: Benning Construction Company
Previous Names: Toco Hills Theatre
Opened by H.B. Meiselman Theatre on February 19, 1965 with Kirk Douglas in “20,000 Leagues Under the Sea”. This theatre was almost a secret to those who knew it. Hidden in a small strip mall, it boasted one of the largest screens and seating areas in Atlanta. I think only the Fox Theatre challenged it in size while it was open. It was taken over by Storey Theatres in 1983.
It closed in 2000, after years of lack-luster attendance.
It was last operated by the Lefont chain of theatres, named after George Lefont, who often brought foreign-language and award-winning Cannes films to the city.
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