23 US-422 Bus,
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Styles: Streamline Moderne
Previous Names: Park Theatre
The Park Theatre was opened in 1913. It was located at 21-23 E. Washington Street, around the corner from the Penn Theatre, near the center of downtown New Castle (on ‘The Diamond’.) Originally built as a nickelodeon to complete with Warner’s Cascade Picture Palace and the Dome Theatre and Nixon Theatre, it was remodeled and renamed Regent Theatre in 1916.
A simple yet comfortable theatre, The Regent Theatre was home to first-run B movies and double features from the likes of such studios as Monogram, Astor and Republic Pictures. It was certainly ‘the’ place for serials, action and western films. All in all, a very popular place.
The Regent Theatre closed in 1955
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