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Previously operated by: B.S. Moss Enterprises
Styles: Streamline Moderne
This was a fine theater located near the George Washington Bridge. The Lee Theater opened October 24, 1951 with Howard Keel in “Showboat”. It was operated by the B.S. Moss Theatres circuit. Seating capacity at opening was said to be provided for 1,500 in a spacious, but rather plain auditorium. There were 800 seats in the orchestra and 700 seats in the balcony. It was closed & demolished in 1973.
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