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Cleveland’s newest theatres open to the public Friday evening with two PG movies scheduled to be shown in the modern complex. Located next door to the Star Vue Drive In theatre, the new movie complex is Cineman I-II offering a new concept in theatres to the Cleveland area. The ultra-modern cinema theatre is two complete theatres under one roof and was built to “meet the needs of family movie goers,” according to Cletus H. Benton, Hoyt O. Fair and T.J. Pendergrass. With Burk Chase as its manager, Cinema I-II creates a somewhat “cinema center” as it combines with the Star Vue Drive In next door to offer a wide variety of movie entertainment for Cleveland and Bradley County. The actual complex was designed and coordinated throughout by Hoyt Fair and wife Ruth, who carried out the interior decorating choices, and Wamp & Wallace Architects of Chattanooga, who designed the exterior to coordinate with other Benton Enterprise structures in the Cleveland area. Bob Gibson and Leon Ledford, builders for Benton Enterprise, contracted the facility. The modern pillars on the exterior of the cinema make it easily recognizable as a Benton Enterprise facility. “The pillars have become a trademark for the buildings we construct,’ the owners say. They also own several shopping center complexes in this area. The new Cinema I-II was designed inside and outside with convenience in mind. From its plush, easy chairs inside the theatre circle, to the comfortable lobby, refreshment areas, rest rooms and parking lot. To be open seven days a week, the cinemas will offer the “best in family movie entertainment,” say the owners. “We designed our format to include family-type movies. We plan to have a G or GP rated movie on one side at all times. This should enable parents to watch a movie on one side and their children watch a movie on the other side. All movies will start and end within 15 minutes of each other,” the owners related. The Cinema I premiers with the movie “Gator,” rated PG starring Burt Reynolds and Cinema II begins Friday night with “The Duchess and the Dirtwater Fox,” starring Goldie Hawn. more
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