4716 N. Broadway Street,
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Previously operated by: Simpson Theatres
Previous Names: Tower Theatre
The Tower Theatre was built in 1947 by Walter Morris, who also operated the Pike Theatre and the Lee Theatre. It opened on May 27, 1948 with Ruth Warwick in “Driftwood”.
In 1963, C.H. Simpson who operated the Riviera Theatre downtown, leased the Pike Theatre and Tower Theatre. The Pike Theatre was renamed Capri Cinema, and the Tower Theatre was renamed Lenox Theatre in September 1964. The Lenox Theatre was closed October 25, 1966.
The Lenox Theatre was soon torn down to make way for the I-640/Broadway interchange.
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