7 E. Main Street,
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Previously operated by: Walter Reade Theatres
Styles: Streamline Moderne
Previous Names: Main Street Theatre
Built in 1913, the Main Street Theatre opened as a playhouse on January 3, 1914 with the play “The Red Widow”. In 1921 new owners took over and it was renamed Strand Theatre, operating as a movie and vaudeville house, reopening on February 21, 1921 with Douglas Fairbanks in “The Mark of Zorro”. It was taken over by Walter Reade in 1925 and was remodeled. In 1934 it was remodeled again, and yet again in 1947. The Strand Theatre screened its final movie Glenn Ford in “The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse” on April 7, 1962. A fire the following day at a neighboring pizzeria destroyed the entire block.
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