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- Republic Theatres - Dixie Dozen
- Rave Cinemas Preston Crossings 16
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The Republic Theatres - Dixie Dozen in Louisville, Kentucky is closed, but little information is available as to why or if the theater will reopen. The last date we received showtimes for the theater was Thursday, October 24, 2013.
The only news mention we could find was an article published by WLKY on November 13th:
People living and working in the Shively and Valley Station areas are wondering why a popular movie theater has closed.
It's the only one in their proximity and it has been in the community for decades.
The ticket counter is boarded up at the Dixie Dozen Theatre.
According to other tenants in the Dixie Manor Shopping Center, near the end of October, managers at the theater started moving out. Then, days later, they turned out the lights and locked the doors.
Click the Read link below to view the full article.
The theater was operated by Republic Theatres, which owns/operates three locations in Kentucky, one in Indiana, and another in Ohio.
Moviegoers in the area will need to see movies on the big screen at a different theater from now on. The two closest choices are the Baxter Avenue Filmworks and the Rave Cinemas Preston Crossings 16, both about 8-10 miles away. (Click to see a full list of nearby theaters)
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