RKO State Theatre
211 E. State Street,
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Architects: Albert E. Westover
Previous Names: State Street Theatre
The State Theatre was opened on December 9, 1903 with 1,500 seats. By 1931 it was operated by Hunt’s Theaters Inc. Listed as operating in the 1951 Film Daily Yearbook, this theatre has been closed for many years, probably since the late-1960’s or early-1970’s.
From MikeH’s post on the Trenton Strand Theatre:
“The RKO State Theatre was two blocks further down State Street. It was a small, non-descript house which played whatever it could get including move-overs from its more important sister theatres. That house is entirely gone now. It was torn down for a department store and now is a state office building of some kind. I don’t ever remember being inside the State Theatre”.
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