1291 S. Parsons Avenue,
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Styles: Streamline Moderne
Previous Names: Paris Follies Theatre, Paris Art Theatre, New Paris Cinema
The Parsons Theatre was opened on February 5, 1927 with Betty Compson in “The Belle of Broadway”. It was equipped with a Reproducto pipe organ. In the late-1950’s the Parsons Theatre was owned and operated by Rowlands Theatres. F.W. Rowlands, president and film buyer and was still open as a regular movie theatre in 1957. It later went over to screening adult movies under several name changes.
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