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The movie titles on the marquee read “Hasty Heart” and “The Lady Takes a Sailor”.
The opening movie shown on August 12, 1927 was “The Better ‘Ole” with Syd Chaplin.
This one opened on July 9, 1965. Advertised car capacity was 1,000. The opening movies were “Tickle Me” with Elvis Presley and “Young Fury” with Rory Calhoun.
The Yuma Theatre opened on January 12, 1927. The opening movie was “Wings of the Storm”.
This one opened on October 3, 1941 with Bette Davis in “The Little Foxes”.
The Reagan Drive-In reopened as the Reagan Twin Drive-In on August 26, 1952.
Advertised at 135 Wittig Road.
The Pella Theatre reopened as the Holland Theatre on November 17, 1938. The opening day movie was “Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs”.
Library Hall was located at Pike Street & Westphalia Road. The building was demolished around 1963.
The proposed opening date for a motion picture theatre located in Library Hall in Mattituck, New York was April 17, 1920.
The opening movie shown at the Yost Theatre on November 11, 1919 was “Checkers” starring Thomas Carrigan.
This one opened on July 19, 1913 with George Gebhardt in “The Trapper’s Mistake”. According to a news item, the theatre building was designed by Stanley Power and seating was 400.
Advertised at 129 S. Atherton Street.
This one opened on October 14, 1937. The opening movie was “A Star Is Born” starring Janet Gaynor and Frederick March.
Opened as the Normana Theatre on September 11, 1928 with Jack Holt in the “The Water Hole”.
The McLennan Drive-In opened on April 1, 1953 with Virginia Mayo in “She’s Back on Broadway”.
A 1968 ad for the Montclair Theatre shows the address as 4377 Holt Boulevard.
The Times Theatre opened on June 29, 1940 with “Waterloo Bridge” starring Vivien Leigh.
The original Finke Opera House was designed by architect Jerome B. Legg of St. Louis, Missouri.
The Royal Theatre opened on February 12, 1914.
This one opened on June 11, 1954.
Another previous name is Star Theatre which dates back to at least 1914. The Star Theatre was remodeled and reopened as the American Theatre in January of 1920.
The Rex Theatre opened on December 25, 1913.
The Hartwig Theatre opened on February 20, 1917 with “God’s Country and the Woman” starring William Duncan.
The Roberta Theatre opened on March 5, 1951. The opening movie was “A Life of Her Own” starring Lana Turner.
The movie shown on opening day (June 3, 1966) was “Thunderball” starring Sean Connery.