637 Philadelphia Street,
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Previously operated by: Manos Amusement Inc.
Architects: Victor A. Rigaumont
The Indiana Theatre was opened July 16, 1924 with Louise Fazenda in “Listen Lester”. It was equipped with a Marr & Colton 2 manual organ which was opened by organist M.J. Peris of Buffalo. It was taken over by Manos Theaters is 1933. It continued to at least 1950, when its seating capacity was listed as 747.
I have only seen the outside of this theatre a few times. I recently contacted the historical society in Indiana, PA and they informed me that it was used for live performances. I am not sure when it showed its last movie. It is now a church.
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