Route 70 East,
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Architects: David Marner
Styles: Colonial Revival
A Colonial-styled theatre built as an outbuilding of the Barclay Center shopping plaza, the Community Theatre was opened June 7, 1963 with Peter Sellers in “The Wrong Arm of the Law”. Originally a Walter Reade theatre, it passed to General Cinema sometime after 1964. Tended to play second fiddle to GCC’s Cherry Hill Mall Cinema in terms of bookings. Very plain auditorium, no particular decor. Lasted into the early or mid-1980’s as a theatre, then renovated into office and retail space.
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