1773 Broad Street,
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Previously operated by: Famous Players
Architects: Max Zev Blankstein
Styles: Spanish Renaissance
Opened on January 1, 1930 with Belle Baker in “Song of Love”. It was operated by Mr. Harry Bercovich. This was Regina’s first "all talkie" theatre. It was designed in a Spanish Renaissance style with seating for 1,200. It had windows and balconies that overlooked the auditorium.
The Broadway Theatre was closed in 1931 due to the depression and remained closed until Mr. Bercovich reopened it in 1941. He continued to operate the theatre until he retired in 1954. It was then sold to the Famous Players Chain in 1969. Famous Players operated the Broadway Theatre until it closed permanently on October 29, 1981 with Burt Reynolds in “Paternity”
It has since been demolished and in 2009,and the site is a parking lot.
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