Information for this tour was contributed by Kacee Quintana.
The Century Cinemas was opened by Bob Harris, a local theatre owner, in the late 1970s as a twin cinema. The theatres were a decent size for a small town, and the seats were comfortable. The entrance to the auditoriums were on each side of the concession stand, which was in the middle of the lobby. The box office was in the middle of the concession stand. Auditorium #1 was on the left and Auditorium #2 was on the right. The entrances had no standard doors, rather, they had sliding, heavy canvas doors that one would have to zig-zag through when returning to the movie in progress.
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