Northland Cinema I & II
1865 Morse Road,
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Previously operated by: General Cinema Theatres
Previous Names: Northland Cinema
News About This Theater
- Mar 2, 2010 — Happy 45th, "The Sound Of Music"
The Northland Cinema was opened as a single screen on August 13, 1964 with Jack Lemmon in “Good Neighbor Sam”. It was purchased by General Cinema from Modern Theatres around 1971 and was part of a package deal that included the Eastland Cinema and University Flick here in Columbus and the Mercury Cinema and Mayland Cinema in Cleveland. It was twinned becoming the Northland Cinema I & II on October 24, 1975 with David Niven in “Old Dracula” & Alain Delon in “No Way Out”. It was closed on April 21, 1985.
It was demolished and a new 8-screen Northland 8 theatre was built on the site which opened December 11, 1985 (it has its own page on Cinema Treasures)
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