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This was a two-screen complex located adjacent to the Eastland Bowling Center. It was built by Art Narlock in 1970. The address in the old days was 1477 W. Center Rd. which is confusing.
These 2 theaters closed after a subsequent owner (Rory Dunkel) built a new quad theater next door which eventually became the Hampton Cinemas. All of these screens are now dark. Also known as Eastland I & 2.