924 Quaker Lane South,
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Architects: Edwin C.A. Bullock
Styles: Streamline Moderne
News About This Theater
The Elm Theatre was opened November 10, 1948 with Rita Hayworth in “Loves of Carmen”. It had seating in orchestra and balcony levels. It was twinned on April 7, 1978. After years of success, operated by the Perakos chain, the Elm Theatre was felled by competition from new megaplexes built in the 1990’s and finally closed in 2002.
Despite protests from local citizens, the theater was gutted and converted into a Walgreens in November and December of 2004.
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