12 Union Street,
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Architects: Fred Wesley Wentworth
The first theatre in the county built exclusively for showing motion pictures was the Regent Theatre. This beautiful, modern amusement house was conceived and erected by Jacob Fabian of Paterson who officially opened it to the public on August 24, 1914. Believing that its huge cost would prove to be a great liability to Mr. Fabian, it was frequently referred to as “Fabian’s Folly” during the early days of its existence.
By 1941 it was operated by Warner Bros. Circuit Management Corp.
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