1333 Walnut Street,
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Liberty Theater (Official)
Previous Names: Tilford Theater, Marlow's Tilford Theater
The Tilford Theater, later renamed Liberty Theater, was operated as a motion picture theater from 1913. From 1918 to the early-1960’s by the Marlow Brothers. It had suffered damage from a fir in 1954. It was taken over and reopened by Kerasotes Theaters (1968 to 1998).
The small theater’s huge wall-to-wall, 32' CinemaScope screen provided a quasi-IMAX experience long before the IMAX process was introduced.
The Liberty Theater is now frequently used as a community arts center featuring concerts, stage shows and an occasional motion picture.
The theater has a new marquee and the stage area – never intended for more than a motion picture screen and its accompanying speakers – has been enlarged.
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